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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THC IETHRRIDGE HERAID Thursday, Moy 3, 1973 Cancer drive succeeds COALPAI.n HNS) Ticbsri Cii'ly, cancer crusade j cairpjiien chairman for Coal- dale ;sn.I district and the R c a d y in a d e district, an- rc'C'.'nuy rciilized in liii.s year's can- ass. Tills is S72G over the 1973 objective of SI.500. m LIABILITY BONDS 0 AUTO FIRE ITD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Place 5i7 4th Ave. S. Fhone 327-1541 DISTRICT Warner Civic Centre hub of many activities RETIREMENT AND RECREATIONAL Blind Soy. 6 C.. Holfwoy Calgary end Irons-Canada ?if mail n PAUL ANDERSEN photo Caretaker Hal Peterson of the Warner Civic Centre is a busy man'. He keeps the centre running full blast all winter with bowling, hockey, figure skating and school physical education programs. Arena director is Howard Fblkins and he makes sure time is scheduled for public skat- ing. New Dayton, Wrentham, Coutts, Milk River, Raymond, Foremost and Lethbridge sportsmen, young and old, make good use of this centre. The lixich counter is operated by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hedberg and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Olson. Champs Brian Senft of Clares- holm displays the trophy his team won in the pro- vincial midgat C tourney. The Claresholm team sent the Whitecourt Midgets down to bitter defeat 16- A. COALDALE fHNS) The Kinette Club of CoaldaJe, in conjunction with the Coaldale police department and the Al- berta Motor Association, is again sponsoring a bicycle safety program. The CoaldaJe Police will se- lect a "cyclist of the INTERIOR FLAT LATEX AH-ii.TK1 fnr appearance, durability and ease of application! Use it for and ceilings in living rooms, dining areas, etc. sc'luction available! INTERIOR SEMI-GLOSS ii tinted so that woodwork matches your xvalls! High washdbility feature makes it ideal for kilchens and bathrooms too! UNDERCOAT A "must" lor new or worn wood before application of finish coat. May be used under outdoor tool MOHAIR ROLLER KIT Works well on smooth surfaces such os plaster, and wood panels. Complete with metal tray. 1Q SPRING SPECIAL 1 5' ALUMINUM STEP LADDER Completely safe Ond dependable from top to bottom. Extra-wide 3" rails, ser- rated steps, pail holder supports 50 Ibs. Horizontal braces add stability. 14.99 6' Alum. Step Ladder 16.99 4' Alum. Step Ladder 13.49 FORTIFIED BRISTLE PAINT BRUSHES For perfect results every time. 4" Paint Brush 4.99 3" Paint Brush 2.99 0 2" Paint Brush 1.99 A 1" Paint Brush 99c HERITAGE SPRAY BOMBS Colors. Primers, Varnishes and lacquers. 16 oz. Reg. 1.49 SPECIAL MASKING TAPE yet .roll. Reg. 98c SPECIAL Please Note: Paint containers may be short filled for the allowance of colorant! Jus) Say "Charge It" Open a Convenient Hoyt Charge Account or use your Chargex Card Open Till 9 p.m. Tjiurs. and Fri. Night! DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5767 NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324.13th STREET N. PHONE 328-4441 program set 1< 1 S INTERIOR SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL INTERIOR FLAT LATEX UNDERCOAT Chase v, inter umcs away with Bapco's Spring-fresh colors...choo5c any color you ironi hundreds available in our tinting system! Now's tho time lo '.ike advantage of this chance to spruce up walls and ceiling at a low., saving price! until the final rally June 9. According to the highway traffic act, a bicycle is classi- fied as a vehicle and must obey all traffic rules and regulation1; same as a motor vehicle. i Const, 'i i ni Utas of the Coaldale police force and Ralph Spicer of the Leth- bridge branch of the AMA will make a bicycle presenta- tion at the Coaldale schools early in May. Kir.ettes and the Coaldale police will conduct a course for the rally and give a writ- ten test. Anyone who does not par- ticipate in this program is not eligible for the final rally. Bikes in nsed of repair at the first check must be com- pleted as instructed or points will be deducted at the rally. Schedule for the practises are as follows: at 4 p.m. Wed- nesdays at the R. I. Baker School ground commencing May 16, grades 1 to 2; May 23, Grades 3 and 4; May 30, grades 5 and 6; June 6, re- view for those wishing more practise. Trophies will be presented by the Coaldale police, the AMA and the Kinette Club of Coaldale. Meets Monday COALDALE (HNS) The next meeting of the Coal- dale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary will be held at 3 p.m. Monday, May 7, in the hospital boardroom. Final preparations for the up- coming tea and bazaar will be made. Firemen may be hesitant to accept arbitration EDMONTON (CP) The province's firefighters may be hesitant to accept binding ar- bitration in future labor dis- putes because the City of Red Deer circumvented an arbitra- tion board award by dismiss- ing firemen, says the Alberta Firefighters Association. Delegates to an association convention told regional offi- cials of the International Asso- ciation of Firefighters they were "gravely concerned" about the firing last Decemiber of nearly 20 per cent of Bed Deer's firemen. Red Deer city council voted for reduction of the city's 45- member fire department by eight employees to curb costs after an arbitration board awarded firemen a bind- ing wage increase of 43.7-per- cent in a 30-nwnth contract. Firefighters claimed the re- duction contravened the Alber- ta Firefighters and Policemen's Labor Relations Act. But an application by the firemen for a temporary injunction to delay the dismissals was rejected by a district court in January. An application to quash city council's resolution was also dismissed Feb. 28 by a district court judge who ruled the res- olution was not inconsistent with provincial legislation. ;