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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta rr ark directly onto a lane ahulting private houses. The application was tabled pending discussions belween planners and the developer. In other business the MFC discussed UK problem of street naming in the city (nothing set tentative dates of April 7 or 14 for a review, with the appeal board, of Ihe city's zoning bylaw; granted Rob Atvrood permis- sion to use his home at 1903 6th Ave. S. for a phone service for an electrical contractor; granted J. Barlel permission to bui'.d a woodworking shop al Oil New Licjuor Store Construction of the new south Lethbridge liquor store will 1356 10th St. N.; refused Don possibly not get under way un- til June. Tenders have been called for and bids will be accepted until 2 p.m., April S3. Tne store will be the new! 1240 St. Catherine Rosd, with a and Andy Homes permission lo build a fror.t addition lo a resi- dence at 732 13lh SI. S.; and I refused Fiorino Homes permis- sion to huild a residence al side yard of four feet insleac of five feet. self-service type recently intro- duced to Alberta, it will be lo- cated on 8th St. S. between 4th and 5th Ave. adjacent to the: n rear of the professional build- IrOSt UtllCe ing. The entrance will be facing soulli onto the parking lot. i The present southside liquor i store on 7th St. S. with be torn o I down and a federal parking lot OtflCUHIG will be made oul of it. CUFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. IBIACK DENTAL LAB MIDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2B71 )NVALESCENT SUPPLIE PLEASE DONT EAT STRANGE LEAVES Many plants and ieedi can be very norm- ful if chewed or iwalfowed. Children espe- cially are pione lo this danger and should be taulionfld lo avoid them. Castor pain- lerlia leaves, mistletoe, daffodils, hyacinth and narcissus are partftulavly danger out. Some of (hem will cause vomiting and dicrrhea and all of Ihem have been Vnown lo fofal, If you suspect thai someone has chewed or has swallowed a potentially harmful leaf or seed, get them lo a physician without delay. lime is of great importance fo avoid a possible liagcdy. Letter Carriers Await Word Letler carriers In the Lcth- bndge area have as yel no! re- ceived word from union offi- ials in Ottawa advising Ihem ot to report for work Easter londay. Lelter carriers in Calgary owever, following an an- nouncemenl from Ollawa union If ice asking members to slay rome, decided not to work Mon- day. The Postal Worker's Union said in a news release thai its reason for asking members nol o work Monday is thai il is a statutory holiday and no agree- ment had been reached with the Post Office on Ihe day's work program. A union spokesman said since Monday is a holiday, some car- riers work at lop speed to finish eariy and do nine hours; work in Giz or seven hours. The carriers feel they should be paid holiday rates for a full eight-hour day, even if they finish early, he said. year agreement wilh in crease per employee per monl! plus deletion of the two pri inary sleps in the pay scale Tliis is an increase rangin from 20 per cent to 64 per ccn' The city has offered in concilia lion eight per cent for 1970 an cigh'. per cent for 1971 in a two year agreement. CUPE Local TO fpolic matrons) has requested a one year agreement with an in crease of 40 per cenl. Negolia tions have just started and 11 cily has made offer. IBEW I-ocal 254-7 (elecln cal workers) originally r quested a one-year agree me wilh increases ranging from 32 per cenl lo 40 per cenl. Tile cily through concilialion offer- ed 12 cents an hour plus six per cent Jan. 1, 1970, six per cent Sepl. 1, 1970 and six per cent May 1, 1671. The conciliation commission- er has recommended 14 cents an hour plus six per cent Jan. 1, 1970, six per cent Sept. 1, 1970 and six per cenl May 1, 1971. He recommends six per cent Jan. 1, 1970, six per cenl Sepl. 1, 1970 and sit per cent May 1, 1971 for Ihe laborers, who are all casual summer employees. A supervised vote of Ihe en> The Canadian Union of Pub- Jc Employees, Local 70, repre- senting 115 permanent and 100 casual "oulside" city workers, will be taking a government-su- pervised strike vote Thursday. Mediation talks between the union and cily were adjourned Wednesday afternoon. No date was set for future hearings. Nap Milroy, CUPE repre- sentative, said "we got a few Ihings cleared up" in Die me- diation talks and "we're hop- ing for further mediation talks." II Ihe union members vole in favor of strike action, such ac- tion can take place any lime wilhin a year providing the city is given two working days ofilhis aflernoon. The union has otice. been awarded 14 cents an hour A toncilialor awarded (he i wage increase at Ihe front end union a wage increase of 7-7-61 plus C-C-6 per cenl increase per cent spread evenly over two years. The conciliator's award was rejected largely be- cause of imparity in fringe! benefits between (lie cily's union and non-union employees. CUPE is the largest union represcnling city employees. Besides the outside workers it also represents more lhan 90 city hall office workers. The International Brother- hood of Electrical Workers 251- 7, represcnling 29 city electri- cal workers, was scheduled to vote on a coimciliaior's award spread evenly over two years. Tne electrical workers have hoping for a "little give" n fringe benefits. It had been reviously indicalcd several of ic electrical workers were dis- atisfied wilh the award but ic government -supervised vote tell the story. In the meantime, most other nion negotiations with Ihe cily ave slowed up. It is expected hings will pick up next week. Contract On UOfL Campus Western CaUsons' placing of tlw reinforcing steel Break-In Investigated City police are investigating an over night break-in reported this morning al Catholic Cen- tral High School. Nothing is believed to have been taken and damage was restricted to a broken window used for entry. Police continue to investigate a break and enter that occur- red early Wednesday morning at the Mayor Magralh Royalite at 16th Avc. and Mayor Ma- gralh Drive. In this break-in in casli was stolen. Oft) Lid., of Calgary, has been iwarded a contract for setting foundation pilings in University of Lcthbridge West Lelhbridge construction. Western Caissons is expected to start work during the first week of April, with what will be the first actual construction on the U ol L site. All contracts to dale have been for site preparation work. Three otter tenders were re- ceived for the job, all sub- stantially higher than the one approved: FranM Canada Ltd., Edmonton, Subterran- ean (Western) Ltd., Hcgina, Earthworm Red River, Calgary, Other tenders which are pres- ently being called by Poole Construction Ltd., project man- agers for the U of L, include supply of UCO tons of rcinfore- ling steel, closing March 30; closing March 30; temporary electrical services, c 1 o s i ni March 31; and electrical wori [or residence portion of tb academic building, c 1 o s in: April 1. BOYD'S PHARMACY LTD. Kexl To Zclter's Phone 328-3760 Post Office Service prescription Service Max Fatlor and DJ Barry Cosmellcj Ftee Delivery 9 a.m. lo 9 Monday thru FiicJay Saturday 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m Closed Sundays and Holidoy PISH CHIPS BRING THIS AD. FOR rnrr ORDER OF IRLL, FISH AND CHIPS WITH FIRST ORDER YOU BUY! l-v ,T ONE FREE Offer expires Sat., Mar. 58 Britain's national dish Mayor Magrath Drive S. end East on I2lh PHONE 328-8392 There will be no delivery leller carrier or Lethbridg suburban service on Good Fr day. The wicket lobby will not b open in Ihe main post oflic and no wicket senice will b given. There will be no postal senice provided at any of the sub pest offices on the holiday. Special delivery mail will bo delivered and colleclions from the slrcet letter boxes will be made en the Simdav schedule. NOW ot DRAFFIN'S J) COSMETICS DRAFFIN'S DHUG S1ORE DOWNTOWN ROD 327-3279 DISPENSARY GEORGt 321-6133 RELIEVES GAS PAINS 1970 VOLKSWAGENS PRICED FROM M949 1965 RAMBLER 2-DR. H.T. radio. Only miles NORSEMAN CAMPERS and PICK-UP CAMPERS From RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. Corner 3rd Ave, ancf 16th SI, S. 328-4537 Car Ut 328-4356 FINAL DAYS OF BASTEDO'S BIG VALUE SALE! OUTSTANDING SAVINGS ASTEDO FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY 522 5th Street S. Phone 327-7711 VU t -J I B DON'T FORGET TO SHOP AT McCREADY-BAINES FOR EASTER GIFTSI ATTRACTIVE EASIER BOXED CHOCOLATES by Moirs and Smiles n' Chuckles EASTER CHOCOLATE NOVELTIES PERFUMES-COLOGNES -SETS MEN'S TOUETRIES-etc. COUTTS HALLMARK EASTER CARDS McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S-, Lelhbridge CAU 327-3555 FOR FREE HOME DELIVERY Planning to Install NEW TIRES SOON? DONT DO ANYTHING UNTIt YOU INVESTIGATE THE MANY ADVANTAGES OF KIRK'S Orbitread Retreads They're the best tire buy around loday! SATURDAY A SENSUAL EXPERIENCE IN GOURMET DINING FAMILY RESTAURANT 1715 Mayor Magrfllh Drive, LETHBRIDGE THE FAMILY WILL ENJOY A TRADITIONAL EASTER DINNER SERVED 10 A.M. TO 10 P.M. "Special Children's Menu" SUNDAY BRUNCH SERVED 10 A.M. TO 2 P.M. WITH DINNER DANCING TO THE MUSIC OF MARV QUAILY'S SUNSET TRIO COMMENCING P.M. NO COVER CHARGE! Good Friday Open Regular Hours Phone 328-7756 YOU CAN BE SURE OUR RETREADS ARE MADE TO THE HIGHEST INDUSTRY STANDARDS Relicads are a sensible alternative lo a high priced piemium or frrsl line new lire they tan be softly used for all normal driving! PIEASE N01E: We also need old rctreadable tires! Generous trade-in allowance now being offered on new and new relreaded tiresl Your UN1ROYAL Dealer KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. IETHBRIDGE-1621 3rd Ave. 5. Phone 327-5985 op 327-4705 TABER, Alfa.-6201 50th Avenue Phone 223-3441 FERNIE, B.C.-Phone 423-7746 "THE BEST DEAL FOR EVERY ;