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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta There a number of SUMMER AND FAU CHARTER HIOHTS Still Available Call w Mow. For infoniiQiion ciitfl frovtl ART WILUAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phene 3214101 The Lethbrutge Herald SECOND SECTION The Lethbridge Herald, Thursday, June 14, 1973 PAGES 13 TO 28 LETHBRIDCE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Uvel 7lh Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 320-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Refusing ticket costs man A 21 year old Lethbridge man was found guilty Wed- nesday of obstructing a po- lice officer and was fined Court was told that on the evening of May 14, city po- lice Const. Michael Scrokai stopped a car driven by Frederick M. J. Johnson, 1214 9th Ave. N., on a charge of failing to signal a left turn. Johnson refused to take the summons made out by Const. Soroka until the policeman gave him his name and badge number. Evidence i n d i oated that Const. Soroka made several attempts to serve tha sum- mons, without success, and then returned to the police car. The constable claims that as he was getting into the car, Johnson shut the door on him, while Johnson testified that Const. Soroka swung the door onto him and it bounced back onto the policeman. Johnson told the court that Const. Soroka had stopped him once before and gave him a ticket for failing to notify the highways depart- ment of change of address. Previous to that, the same constable had caused John- son's car to be towed away because it had expired li- cence plates and ofter the car was released from the compound, Const. Soroka told him that if he couldn't pro- duce his 1971-72 insurance card, he would sarve him with a ticket, Johnson said. However, Provincial Judge L. W. Hudson said Johnson's testimony was not believable and found 1dm guilty. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th 51. S. Phone 328-4095 Surprise Dad Father's Day Sunday, June 17th With a Spatial Gift from Frache's! FATHER'S DAY SPECIAL! ROMANIAN COFFEE MUG AND FLOWER ASSORTMENT ONLY or give him a MINI-GARDEN (Terra riums) Cal! 327-5747 FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 6th St. 5. Johnson also received a fine for failing to signal a left turn. A 20 year old Lethbridge man was given a 30-day pris- on term Wednesday after he pleaded guilty to a shoplift- ing charge. Billi Rae Kucheran, 719 8th St. S., took ?7 worth of fish- ing tackle from Wwlco de- partment store June 6. The prison with- out option of a fine, was' given because Kucheran, in 1970, was convicted on a charge of possession of stSlen property. The standard penalty in the city for shoplifting is A 20 year old Leth- bridge man was fined and given one day in jail Wednesday after he pleaded guilty several months ago to two charges of possession of marijuana and hashish for the purposes of trafficking. Mark Stsven Hovan, 1222 "3rd Ave. A S., was charged Feb. 22 after police seized 27 large bags of marijuana and seven vials of liquid hashish, worth on the street. Provincial Judge Hudson told Hovan that he was lucky to get off with the fines and 18-months probation. "You would have got life if you wfcie subjected to the full rigor of the the judga said. A 16 year old Vancou- ver youth was sentenced to one day in jail Wednesday after he pleaded guilty to a charge of breaking and en- tering. Bradley David Armstrong was charged May 8 after po- lice answered a call that two people were in the United Motors office, at 219 3rd Ave. S. The other youth, also from British Columbia, was still a juvenile and was r e t u r n ed home. ART STUDIO 'ON FIPTH AVENUE ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING ART GALLERY OPEN DAILY SATURDAY 10-5 710-5 AVE S UETMMIDGE-AIYA CALCULATOR SPECIAL ROYAL DIGITAL XII PRINTING CALCULATOR ir Performs All Major Calculation Functions addition, sub- traction, chain, mixed and percent calculation. if Quiet, Compact, Easy to Operatt-the perfect calculator at any desk. Come in and try it. The way we figure it you'll be glad you did. Regularly priced at 415.0D. SPECIAL AVAILABLE NOW AT CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 319 7th STREET SOUTH PHONE 327.4591 Still friends If these two weren't friends when they started their offices in Lethbridge Wednesday. The cat and dcg were journey, they were when they ended up at the Time Air shipped from Whitehorse, Yukon, in the cage. Trustees continue crossing protest Lethbridge aldermen will face another protest from separate school trustees over crossing conditions at the intersection of Mayor Ma- gr-ath Drive and 5th Ave. Trustees Wedne sday agreed to write council, pro- testing its decision not to con- struct an overpass or under- pass at the corner. Aldermen earlier this month said they will lengthen the time altowed on the pe- destrian crossing light but will not construct any additional safety measures at the site. Separate trustees were strengthened in their stand Tuesday when members of the Lethbridga public board agreed to support moves for a safer crossing. Mcmbsrs of the separate E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental Bldg. Phone 327-6565 FORYOUR FURS INSURED STORAGE [NEW YORK FURS- 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327.3276 beard say they will also write Calgary school trustees and the Calgary traffic depart- ment for a report on pe- MFC tables plastics plant An application to build a plastics plant at the No. 8 coal mine site west of the Oldman River was tabled by the Municipal Planning Com- mission Wednesday. In tabling the application by Montan Holdings Ltd. which also applied to build a single family residence at the same site, the commission decided a careful evaluation of the proposed develop- ment in relation to the entire west side development is needed. In other decisions, the MPC approved development plans for a 30-unit public housing project at 1815 and 1915 ISai Ave. N. and four four-suite apartments at 23rd Street N. and 18th and 19th Avenues. The public housing plans roust now go to council and then to the Alberta Housing Corporation for final approv- al. destrian overpasses in that city. They said they must ac- cept the Lethbridge council decision "with regret" for ths time being. "I think we want some- thing a little more satisfying to the parents in regard to their children's safety. "Apparently, they're (coun- cil) not going to do very trustee Steve Vas'2- lenak said. Trustee Ron Fabbi said Lethbridge aldermen won't improve conditions until a fa- tality marks the intersection. He was supported by trus- tee Frank Peta, who said lo- cal aldermen should be made to direct traffic at the cross- aldermen go out there and sicp the trucks. We'd have sn overpass Mr. Peta said. Other alternatives suggest- ed by separate board mem- bers include flashing amber lights along the drive, police motor patrols at the intersec- tion and warning signs lo- cated blocks in front of the intersection. Consumer meeting ing. I think we should have the A meeting to organize a permanent consumer group in the city will be held June 19, not June 18 as The Herald reported Wednesday. ALL TYPES OF AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION WINDOW COOLERS AND CENTRAL UNITS CHARLTON HILL LTD, 1262 2nd AVENUE S. PHONE 328-3388 SPRA-COUPE by KIRSCHMANN DEPENDABLE ACRES VERSATILE IUUU PER DAY Features: foot spray pattern BOOM loaded manual lift elevates boom over obstacles Industrial Engine provides 4 Ing speeds up fo 25 mph_____________________ For a Free Demonstration of the KIRSCHMANN SPRAY COUPE in Action Contact OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236 36th St. South 803 46th Ave. S.E. Lethbridge, Alto. Calgary, Alta. Phone 327-1571 Phone 243-5551 or the "OLIVER DEALER" nearest you BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Installation! Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 DR. R. S. FABBI OPTOMETRIST 314 8th Street South APPOINTMENTS PHONE 327-3331 (Diqefr Friday Saturday THIS WEEK FEATURING "THE 4 K's" SATURDAY ONLY WESTWINDS DINING ROOM to p.m. NO COVER CHARGE Phone 328-7756 for Reiervationa m THE OLD TMADmON OF WtSUHM HDenTMJTT family ledaulant Sex education vote praised By HERB LEGG Herald Staff Writer An Edmonton woman praised Lethbridge separate school trustees Wednesday for their opinions on sex edu- cation and has suggested they incorporate a new text on the issue in school studies. Doris Field, in a letter to the separate board, said she hopes other Alberta trustees will follow the Lethbridge ex- ample of opposing a family life program proposed by the Alberta Medical Association. The AMA has suggested birth control measures, in- cluding contraceptive coun- selling, be adopted across the province. Lethbridge separate trus- tees May 30 rejected the AMA plan. Local public trus- tees Tuesday approved sup- port of the program. Miss Field said she first read of the separate board opposition in The Lethbridge Herald. "I say thank God. I pray that other school boards across Alberta will follow suit. "The best contraceptive is the word 'no'. It is absolutely safe and has no side except to make it easier to say no the next Miss Field said. She suggested Lethbridge separate trustees consider a text. The Black and White Book, now published in eieht languages and copies. Trustee Steve Vaselenak said the board should acknowledge Miss Field's let- ter, thank her for her support and provide local trustees an opportunity to study the book. In other business Wednes- day, the board: Agreed to pay to- ward a new carpet in the St. Paul's School library. Mem- bers of the St. Paul's Home and School Association will contribute to the carpet price. Approved a grant of to the East Lethbridge Rotary Club for its 1973 Young Voy- ageur program. Acknowledged the ap- pointment of curriculum direc- tor Maurice Landry as profes- sional development consultant to the Alberta Teachers' Asso- ciation from 1973 to 1976. The appointment is a con- tinuation of a past five year term to the ATA. Mr. Landry also received board approval for a study on a "continuous French pro- gram" in Lethbridge sep- arate schools. "Teachers feel the present over all program is a good step in the right direction, but certain weaknesses have been identified and revisions recommended. policy allowing only selected students to take French at the elementary level should be discontinued. We would like to see French offered to all children at the elementary level beginning with Grade 4. "We would like to have French teachers meet as a curriculum committee next semester to plan a continuous French program from Grade 4 to Grade Mr. Landry said. 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