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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE "THE BEST MAN FOR YOUR WEDDING" The Lethbtidgc Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridgc, Alberta, Friday, June 12, 1970 PAGES 11 TO 24 Jerry A. E. CROSS jPliotocjrapliy WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE- ABOVE MARKET PRICES GIVEN Transit Settle The wage dispute between the city and the Amalgamated Transit Workers Union. Local 987 was settled late Thursday following conciliation talks. The final wage settlement was based on a 24-month con- tract broken into iliree periods of nine, nine and six mon'hs from Jan. 1, 1970 to Dec. 31, 1971. Retroactive to Jan. 1, 1970, bus operators, the base rate category for negotiations, will receive an increase of 21 cents per hour, to in 1970 from On Oct. 1, 1970, anothe increase of 23 cents per hou will raise the base rate to S3.40 per hour and the final increase of 24 cents per hour on July 1 1971 will make the end rate per hour. S t u a r I Snowdon, business agent for Local 987 attended the conciliation proceedings, with wages the only point in dispute. There are 29 transit workers involved with the wage in- crease. John R. Hutton, provincial conciliation officer was in charge of the conciliation talks. Beet Labor Demand Met The last load of Indian sugar beet labor arrived in Leth- bridge tin's morning, bringing the total organized labor move- ment to nearly 850 persons. Official of the federal provin- cial a g r i cultural manpower committee said the number of workers brought into the prov- ince for the sugar beet hoeing combined with the free lance movement will meet demands almost perfectly. Some relief was received from about 100 Lethbridge university and col- lege students who are present- ly working in the fields. (The estimated overall total of sugar beet workers in southern Alber- ta is near persons.) There were thinning con- tracts for acres of sugar beets this year, with the first hoeing expected to be com- pleted about June 22. The sec- ond hoeing will begin about the second week in July. CIVIC CENTRE UPGRADING Renovations to the locker rooms at the Civic Sports Centre are part of a major upgrading program that is now well under way. Bill Brown, parks and recreation superintendent, says work is proceeding on all aspects of the job and it should be completed in early September. Removal of windows is related to the installation ot them out makes the system more efficient by cutting down on heat and cold transfer from the outside. The provincial government is paying of the cost. The remaining will come from city funds. Canada West Council jlyAfterQnePPE COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 You and your family are non-drinkers, Ab- stainers' Insurance Com- pany can probabiy offer you dwelling insurance at lower rates than you are now paying. How are we able fo do this? Abstainers' believe that non-drinkers are gen- erally more responsible people and are less likely to have fires through carelessness the main cause of fires. Therefore, we can in- sure non-drinkers at a preferred rate. This means you save money with no reduction in in- surance protection. Why not compare Abstainers' premiums with your present rates now? INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1207 3rd Avenue Soulh Phono 328-7777 Representing ABSTAINERS' COMPANY I Evenings Phono 327-2011 or 327-6091 It is almost certain that a Canada West Council will be formed this- fall as a follow-up .0 the One Prairie Province Enquiry held in Lethbridge in May. Dr. Bill Beckel, acting presi dent of the University of Leth nidge, and Cleo Mowers pub is her of The Lethbridg' -lerald, who were co chair men of the conference, partici >ated in a special meeting in Calgary Wednesday to discuss .he council.' The meeting had been callec ry federal Supply Minister ames A. Richardson, who in lis keynote OnePPE address Bridge Bids Close Today Tenders were to close at 2 p.m. today for renovations to the 9th St. bridge. The job, estimated at a cost of will probably be completed in September. Pur- pose'of the renovations is to in- crease the clearance to about 17 feet, in line with standards for highway bridges. There has been trouble in the past with large semi trailer units being unable to negotiate the bridge. tX v i p PHARMACY FACTS From O. C. STUBBS What with vacation coming due right and left, there really are a few suggestions concern- ing your good health which should be given your careful consideration. In fact, the old :Boy Scout motto of "Be Prepared" is the best pos- sible advice that can be given. One thing which occcurs to many m a t u r e people seems to be making a point of having a physicial checkup by their doc- tor before they leave. Then, for your (and your family's) sake, please do carry a really good first aid kit (we can help you with this And, those witli chronic conditions needing con- slant medication would do well to stock up on their necessary drug supplies for the whole time they will be gone, and. of course, we'll be glad to help you with this. So, HAVE A GOOD TIME, and we'll be look- ing forward to hearing about it when you return. Free parking? Of course. Free prescription delivery? Of course! Friendly, helpful ser- vice? Of course! Siubbs Phar- macy at 1500 9th Ave. S. OF COUKSE1 coined the Canada West name and proposed the Canada West Council. Several speakers on the las day of the conference, includ ing Mr. Richardson, Dr. Becke and Mr. Mowers, pledged con tinned pursuit of a permanent structure of some kind to pro- mote greater Western Cana- dian cohesion within the frame- work of Confederation. "The momentum generated by the conference definitely will r.ot be lost, and our Cal- gary meeting would indicate that by the fall, something con- crete should be in Dr, Beckel said following the meeting. It is likely a Canada West Council would be situated in Calgary, because of the availability of more resources than Lethbridge can offer, and because Calgary is part of a :ar superior transportation network. However, Dr. Beckel has sug- jested in the past that a major influence in selection of a Can- ada West Council headquarters would be the offer of free office ipace and the almost-empty Regional Development ing in Lethbridge might now be a possibility. The council is apparently as- iurred of sufficient private fi- nancial backing to operate ef- and at the end of the OnePPE conference, Mr. Rich- ardsxm suggested federal sup- iort would be possible. Olhers attending the meeting included Ralph Hedlin, who is iresider.t of Hedlin Menzies SMALL SPENDER 1970 VOLKSWAGENS PRICED FROM 55.00 Per Month 1967 VW 1495 100% warranty 1966 IHC TON Good clean unit. 1088 TON CAMPERS Hardtop Tent Trailers RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. Corner 3rd Ave. and 16lh St. S. Pht.no 328.4539 Car Lot 328-4356 and Associates, Toronto agri cultural economics consultants and a speaker at the confer- ence; Fred Mannix, a Calgary businessman and contractor and F, N. Hughes, manager of Richardson Securities in Winni- peg- Another meeting is scheduler for September. Child Drowns In CIsteiii RAYMOND (HNS) Bud Nielsen, three year old son of Mr. sod Mrs. Chris Kielson of Raymond, drowned Thurs- day afternoon in a water stor- age cistern near the town. The accident occurred while the boy was playing with his older brothers and sisters. He was pronounced dead on arrival at Raymond Municipal Hospital. Milk Producers Meet Saturday The annual meeting of the Alberta Milk Producers Asso- ciation will be held in Leth- mdge Saturday, at Sven Ericksens' Family Restaurant. About 20 delegates and nine directors of the association will attend the convention, which vill deal with business of the last year and new .business, lie association will told elec- tions for the 1970 board as well. DATA PROCESSORS Two students with experience as data processors are avail- ible for summer jobs through the Canada Manpower Centre student placement division in Lethbridge. VICE PRESIDENT Douglas Patcrson ot Ellison Milling and Elevator Com- pany Ltd., Lethbridge has Iicen elected vice-president of the Association of Operative Millers, at the 74th annual convention of the association held in Minneapolis, Minne- sota. Mr. Paterson is mill superintendent of Ellison milling. He has been execu- tive committeeman to district 13, Western Canada, for the millers' association. He is the first Canadian elected to the association executive since 1359. STUDENT SALES CLERKS Thirty-four students with ex- lerience as sales clerks are available for summer jobs hrcugh the Canada Manpower Centre student placement di- islon in Lethbridge. Possible Cost To City Athletics Complex Outlined In Brief By HERB JOHNSON Herald Staff Writer The possibility that Letl: bridge could acquire a covcre swimming pool complex, traci and field stadium facilities am new tennis courts at a cost, t the city of approximately WO was outlined in a brief pre i sented at last night's parks an I recreation commission meeting The federal and provincia governments would be respor sible for the rest of the esti mated cost of The brief prepared by Wilm Winter, physial education in structor at the Universitj of Lethbridge, is the first ste in a Lethbridge submission fo the 1973 Canada summe: games. It will be given to city coun cil fcr approval at Monday' regular meeting. Mrs. Winter pointed out one of the reasons for the being offered to smaller Cana dian cities was to provide foi federal and provincial govern ment involvement in the con struction of local sports facili ties. Acording to the brief, capi tal expenditures will be spli three ways, among the munic ipality, the province and the federal government. Estimatec capital costs are to be submit ted to the provincial govern ment for approval before being passed on to the federal gov ernm.ent. The two governments wil match capital costs up to a sug gested figure of each, leaving the city with a cost o; about on a proposed capital outlay of for tile three facilities needed. Mrs. Winter pointed out that both the covered pool and ten- nis courts are included in the city's planning for the next three years. Op e r a ting expenses for the 10-day summer games would be the responsibility of the federa government. These are giv.en in the brief as being about COO dollars. A major item is for athletes' trans portation. There might be a ceiling on these expenses, Mrs. Winter said, but no definite figure has been giv.en by the federal gov ernment. Other major concerns out lined in the brief are acconi modations and community sup port. Mrs. Winter told the meeting facilities in the city by 197; should be adequate for the 2 700 athletes expected, particu larly since only about half oi them would be expected to be in the.city at any one time. At the proposed time for the games, Aug. 15-25, there would be space available in schools and the Lelhbridge Community College and in the University CLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. BUCK DENIAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL 6LDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 CANADA'S FINEST COLD FUR STORAGE Call 327-4348 for Rapid Pick-up CANADIAN FURRIERS PaVamount Theatre Building SATURDAY IJune ls M0nth! DINE and DANCE AfSARV QUAllEY'S to p.m. Phone 328-7756 for Reservations NO COVER CHARGE! We pay tribute to the Dairy Industry in naming June The Dairy Month! Welcome Dairymen! To the Alberta Milk Producers Conference being held here in Lethbridge today and Saturday! sen s of Lethbridge residences, she said. Community support from lo- cal groups associated with the various events has been good, she said. The five compulsory events are lacrosse, and field, diving, swimming and tennis. The bri e f, if approved by city council wrill be sent to the provincial government. The deadline for submissions is June 15. Low-Cost Housing Gets Ottawa Nod Alderman C. W. Chichester announced tnday a meeting in Halifax with Robert Andras, the federal minister responsible for housing had been very success- ful. Mr. Andras agreed that city plans for low cost ownership housing were in line with fed- eral government policy and the federal government would go ahead with them. Arrangements made at the meeting call for pre- viously allocated for low cost ail Terms On Drug Charges Lethbridge youths Lawrence John Rasmussen, 16, and Ed- ward Paul Kurjanczyk, 17, each received a three-month jail sentence this morning on charges of trafficking in LSD. Arrests in the case were made March 12, when the youths reportedly made sales to RCMP undercover agents. Both of the youths also re- ceived a probation term of two years, effective upon their re- lease from jail. WESTMINSTER DRUGS Westminster Shopping Centre 13th SI. N. Phone 328-7833 FOR FREE DELIVERY Prescription Service Exclusive Lelhbridge Revlon Dealer HOURS: 9 a.m. 16 9 Monday thru Friday Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed Sunday and Holidays rental housing in Lethbridge to be re-designated for the new scheme. Under the federal plan, local developers submit projects for low cost ownership housing to Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation. If approved they can be developed with funds available at 7ii per cent inter- est. A provincial government sub- sidy would bring the rate down to per cent. Aid. Chichester said he had 12 different proposals from lo- cal builders, of which had already received tentative Ap- proval. The houses would be avail- able to persons in the to income range. Monthly payments would range from to Developers have said they are ready to proceed im- mediately when final approval is given to. the housing plan. DRAFTSMEN Three students with expe- rience in drafting are available for summer jobs tlirough the Canada Manpower Centre stu- dent placement division in Lethbridge. ace TO BUY YOUR SIZE DRESSES New York Furs 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 ON TH RUBBER BANDS Viceroy-All Sizei. J QO boxes. Reg. 1.00 ea............... for BIC BAIL PENS Fn., QR Medium, Reg. 19c ea., doz. I 25c ea., doz. CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13th Street N. Phone 327-4591 FOR SUMMER WEAR Cool Whites by Savage In Slings or Pumps, PRICED AT ONLY LADIES' SUMMER SANDALS In chunky or flot heel styles narrow or medium widths Colors: Dark Tan, Taupe, Bone, or White. Barf lex Runners cir'd............3.99 Slip on Denims Cork Mules SPECIAL! Boys' Suede Desert Boots or Oxfords. Sizes 3 to 6. Rcguhrlv Lady Crosby The Village Look with the natural crepo solo. Coif pigskin....... OPEN FRI. TIL 9 P.M. CAMM'S 403 5th STREET S, SHOES ;