Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
6 THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID Thursday, June 14, 1973 Foster parent payments raised EDMONTON (CP) Pay- ments to Alberta foster parents will be increased 25 per cent on Aug. 1, Premier Peter Lougheed announced Wednes- day. The raise, costing mil- lion, will tie payments for room and board, clothing, school sup- plies and holidays to the cost of living index and will be re- viewed each year, the premier said. The increase is the first since 1968 and was recommended in a report on foster care in Al- bena prepared last fall by Judge A. P. Caton. There are children car- ed for in about foster homes in the province. ALEC HOTEL Presents The Linemen1 Thursday, Friday, Saturday Eviction threatens farmer GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) The National Earners' Union (NFU) and Unifarm are assist- ing a Fairview district farmer, Martin Romb, who is threaten- ed with eviction a spokesman for the NFU said Wednesday. He said that NFU will at- tempt to obtain legal aid to support the Romb farm 12 miles southeast of Fairview. A trust company in Edmon- ;on said it will take over title to Mr. Romb's land Friday and evict the Romb family from their house on July 31. The eviction notice came about after Mr. Romb was un- able to repay a loan of XK) towards the purchase of ad- ditional land. VEGETABLES GROWN Canala produces about three million tons of fresh vegetables o slightly more than acres each year. Coming Attraction June 18th 30th Marg Osborne AND THE MAJESTICS HENDERSON LAKE GOLF CLUB SURF 'N TURF NIGHT EVERY FRIDAY THIS FRIDAY, JUNE 15th MUSIC BY "THE NIGHTRIDERS" MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY Kissinger signs United States presiden- tial security adviser Henry Kissinger signs for the United States a new ac- cord to ensure observance of the Vietnam peace agreement at a signing ceremony at the Paris International Conference Centre. Appearing FRIDAY, SATURDAY Of this week "MARKET PUCE" at the MINERS' 733 13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Only TAVERN TONIGHT THRU SATURDAY 'Ghost National String Band' DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE (NO COVER CHARGE) TONIGHT thru SATURDAY "BEACON HILL" RED COACH LOUNGE TONIGHT thru SATURDAY "RON ROWE" CORNER 4th AVE. and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 Railway workers protest MONTREAL (CP) Abou 200 union emplyees of Cana dian National and CP RaU dem onstrated in downtown Montreal against their union leaders. Members of the Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and Steam ship Cterks, Freight Handlers Express and Station Employ 'ees, the men carried signs pro testing what they called collu sion between their union leaders and the companies. Other signs complained abou union fees being diverted to the United States. The union is af filiated through the Canadian Labor Congress with the Ameri can Federation of Labor-Con gress of Industrial Organ Izations. The demonstrators also criti cized the two railways for wha they say is the companies' re- fusal to negotiate a new con tract. Conciliation between the rail ways' non-operating employ the ber the com panics is to begin here June lc under Judge Craig Munroe o British Columbia. Contract talks started last No- vember but broke down two weeks ago with both sides say ing money issues were the big gest stumbling block. The railways offered pay in creases of five per cent a year in a two-year contract. The un ion is asking for a 55-cen hourly increase in the first year with a further 15-per-cent in crease in the second year of the contract. The union says the curren average wage for brotherhooc members is an hour. The railways say the averagi hourly earnings, the wage with usual overtime taken into con sideration, is Pay ranges from an hour for office boy. to an hour for senior com puter operators. First woman sheriff named EDMONTON (CP) South- ern Alberta has its first woman sheriff. Vera May Burke has been ap- pointed sheriff and clerk of the Supreme Court of Alberta in the judicial district of Medicine Ha and clerk of the District Court in southern Alberta. She has worked in the sher iff's office at Medicine Hat since 1938. MANY WEEDS More than differenl plants, or nearly one-fifth of al plant species found in Canada, are considered weeds. lake a new look at Seagram's 83 Same mellow Seagram's 83 taste. Same distinctive Seagram's 83 bottle. What's changed? You'll know when you make your very next purchase. Good news! Joseph E. Seagram Sons, Limited, Waterloo, Ontario JOSEPH E.SEAGRAM LIMITED WATERLOO, ONTARIO fc- CANADA BRIMESTONE proudly presents in per- son of No. 1 groups, the fantastic "LIGHTHOUSE" Plus special guests ILLUSIONISTS 'HENNING and MIA1 J _ TV HIGHLIGHTS THURSDAY COMMENT! Dr. Joseph Chauyk, Ch. T. Bill Matheson of Lethbridge radio annd television interviews Dr. Joseph Charyk, president of the U.S. Communications Satellite Corporation, a former city resident and a recent visitor here. DRAMA: Man and the City, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. The temporary police chief over-reacts to the killing of a policeman but Mayor Alcala continues to believe in his appointee. REPEAT PROGRAMS: George, Little People, Carol Bur- nett, Circle of Fear, George Kirby, Maude, Here Come the MOVIE DRAMA: "Footsteps" p.m., Ch. 7. A TV-Movie about a has-been football coach trying for a comeback at a small college. DOCUMENTARY: "Journey Into p.m., Ch. 13. A journey through the North American sum- mer with exquisite scenery and wildlife shots., MOVIE MYSTERY: "The List of Arrian a.m., Ch. 7. A whodunit about a master sleuth vbo attempts to solve a mysterious series of slayings. FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Too Late 1 p.m., Ch. 13. The Story of a dedicated jazz musician who loses his self-respect, friends and career but discovers music is his life and starts a comeback. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Morley McGlll and Allan Belt contemporary Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Sunday Mornings. MONDAY thro FRIDAY News News Buryl Clark News Buryl Clarke Farm News Cattle Prices News Buryl Clarke Sports Buryl News Buryl Clarke Bob Hesketh Checllne News Trading Post News; Doug Marvin Music Remember' Leo Dow John Oliver Farm News Sports Grain Prices V01 Call of the Wild John Oliver CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rod Whitt, Bill Mathesoti; Sport Brent Setly snd Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY Jack Thys Probe 1220 JIm Elliot Probe mo World at CBC News News, Wthr. 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Hospital Jack One Life to Audrey Days Ot Our Lives Galloping Gourmet Dinah's Young and the Three on Mitch Restless Dating News Split Second Search for Bewitched T.9m9rfow Password All My Children News DATE: Sunday, 17th TIME: p.m. eptn p.m. PIACE: Exhibition Pavilion TICKETS: Advance tickets available at Mwsicland Supplies Tickets alto available af the door.