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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD May Faculty disputes raise' The salary increase of the .ethbridge Community College academic to jecome effective July is one cent lower than the eight cent figure released by a college spokesman this according to a faculty spokesman. Hal LCC faculty association said Friday the academic staff received an eight per cent increase last year but only received a seven per cent increase this year as set out in the second year of a two-year contract. The seven per cent increase the academic staff received is one per cent less than the college administration received and per cent less than the percentage increase received by LCC non- academic staff for 1974-75. In addition to Mr. the faculty association's new executive includes Larry Volden as Jack Pettinger as Mel Fisher as welfare-negotiating committee Jean Valgradson as the professional development chairman and Robin Harrison as chairman of student and social affairs. Ron Beck is past-president of the association. The next meeting of the association executive is to be held May 13. Hearing workshop An instructional workshop on the use of essential English and the hearing handicapped will be held in Calgary May 23 25 as part of Better Hearing Month. The workshop will be conducted by David author of Essential at Hillhurst United 1227 Bowness Road N. W. Ag officials given 50 items to ponder OUTSIDE GARBAGE CAN -weatherproof vinyl -locking lid with handle -side grips diameter -17 gal. capacity SPECIAL 3 99 Call Houiewarei 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Safety courses offered in June The Workers' Compensation Board of Alberta will hold two safety courses in Lethbridge next month. A supervisory safety training course will run from June 3 to 7 at the Scandinavian Hall. Eric senior safety supervisor for the said Friday in a telephone interview from Calgary the course will be for current and prospective ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th St. S. Phone 328-4095 THE ALBERTA ALCOHOLISM DRUG ABUSE COMMISSION is again sponsoring a FREE PUBLIC SERVICE on ALCOHOL and ALCOHOLISM TUESDAYS May 7 14 21 28 at p.m. sharp PRESENTATIONS FILMS DISCUSSIONS COFFEE No. 1 316-5th StrMt South Phone 328-1594 foremen and supervisors. The 15 hour course will cover the basics of accident accident employee the supervisor's role and the function of the WCB. A one-day course for safety committee members will be held June 12 at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. It will cover accident prevention and investigation and running an effective committee. Mr. Ruddock said enrolments of about 20 to 25 are anticipated. The small class size would allow full discussion among those he said. If 50 there would probably be two courses. Functional art They may not be contemporary masterpieces but to nervous drivers and the new street lines are works of art. Eldon 1030 11 St. puts the finishing touches on a crosswalk on north Mayor Magrath Drive. With the help of the who predicts warm sunny weather for the next few it shouldn't take long to have all the markings in the city visible once again. Employment plan includes farm children Alberta farmers'can hire a son or daughter and pay them up to a month under the provincial Summer Farm Employment Program. The sponsored by the departments of youth and recreation and manpower and employs Alberta youth on farms during the months of July and August. Applicants for employment Are you planning a ban- wedding reception or social gathering Let and serve a delicious meal to your exact specifications. THE LOTUS BANQUET ROOM for up to 125 is available at all times. Phone early for JUST CALL 327-0240 OR 327-2297 LOTUS Across From The CPR Depot Now is the time to consider Air Conditioning while PRE-SEASON PRICES V. itill in tflttt Instilled by Charlton Hill LTD. 1262-2nd Ave.S. Phone 328.3388 PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6th St. S. ind 1514A S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 -2 hour service -Expert tailoring -Hat blocking -suede and leather processing -perfect pleat drapery processing must be over the age of 16 and if under must have written parental consent. A new twist in the program introduced this year enables a farmer to hire a member of his own family. The government will be responsible for paying one- half of the employee's monthly salary up to a maximum of Applications for employees and employers may be picked up at the Lethbridge district agriculturist's office in the provincial Administration Building on 3rd Avenue and 9th Street. SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS S1SO 328-2176 The executive of the Alberta department of agriculture will examine more than 50 items of concern broached by Southern Alberta farmers during a week-long series of meetings and tours by 13 provincial officials. Jim assistant deputy minister of told The Herald in an interview prior to the group's departure from Lethbridge farm livestock prices and stabilization head the list of agricultural priorities. Dr. O'Donoghue said he was pleased with the quality of material and the interchange between the agricultural community and the executive committee during a presentation of briefs in Medicine Hat Monday. He said stabilization was high on the something needed to take the highs and Landscape delay protested Park Royal residents are up in arms over elimination of landscape work in their area from this summer's parks program. They say the work was promised them last fall. A delegation of the residents plans to appear before city council Monday to protest the repeated delay in the project a green strip between the subdivision and Mayor Magrath Drive. The residents were told last fall when they complained to .council about the lack of that the project had been included in the 1973 but was deferred for financial reasons. It was included in the budget again this estimated at but is one of the projects eliminated by the parks department to comply with a council request for a reduction in its capital expenditures budget. a report on projects and purchases that will be dropped due to city council-ordered budget cuts will be made to council Monday. The fire which was ordered to reduce its capital expenditures budget by will not purchase two diesel five-man pumper units it wanted for its replacement program. The engineering department has made a number of small cuts in several projects and eliminated some purchases to bring its capital expenditures down And the community services department has cut median and buffer landscape projects south of Ravine Park for a saving and at Park Royal for the plus sportsfield development at Dave Elton Henderson Stadium and the Civic cemetery and installation of underground sprinklers at the Lion's Centennial to bring its budget down CMtHtod CLIFF BLACK BENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL ILM. PHONE 127-2121 LETHBRIDGE REFRIGERATION LTD. Commercial Refrigeration Specialist WALK-IN FREEZERS-COOLERS-ICE MAKERS 111 11th Street South Phone 328-4333 Dr. D. E. Dudley Chiropractor wishes to announce the relocation of his office to 1013 3rd Avenue Lethbridge Office Hours by Appointment Phone 328-1338 Herbicides Ochemco 128-Used to control weeds in Pas- tures and Roadsides Ochemco L.V. 96 for control of weeds in and uncropped land and Roadsides. Ochemco L.V. 80 -Used to control weeds in Uncropped land and Roadsides. Many More Chemical Weed Killers Available now at OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236-36 St. North Phone 327-1571 or contact the 'OLIVER nearest you. lows out of agricultural economy. He said while the grain prices are high grain farmers told the committee more stabilization throughout the broad spectrum of agriculture is needed for a healthier industry. The grain farmers said that while low prices kill high prices in one sector can cause damage Dr. O'Donoghue reported. Specialty crops and their diversity as tied to market opportunities were given special emphasis during the which included the annual Alberta department of agriculture planning meeting. A bus tour Tuesday visited the vegetable packing industry and several greenhouses.. the tour covered the country in general between Medicine Hat and Lethbridge with a close look at the irrigation industry. In the irrigation one of the messages received was the growing popularity of silage corn for livestock said Doug executive assistant for Hugh agriculture minister. Mr. Radke said the corn crop is exciting for Southern Alberta because it offers an alternate market outlet using the same basic plant. Farmers can harvest the corn for use as silage or harvest it for use in the distilling industry as grain depending on individual circumstances. With all the controversy surrounding the ban of DES- fed cattle and sheep from the United the department of agriculture still considers the federal border closing the right said Mr. Radke. By ensuring that the cattle slaughtered in Canada are free of any harmful Canada protects its reputation in the export market throughout the he said. Ice Capades may play here The Ice Capades could be one of the first users of the Canada Winter Games Sportsplex when it opens in October. The Sportsplex executive committee in a letter to council to be considered Monday is recommending the Ice Capades be granted permission to use the Sportsplex to stage six shows Oct. 10 through 13. The committee says it is anticipated Karen Canadian gold medal winning figure will headline the show here. Bad road blamed in fatality Poor road conditions were to blame for the accident that resulted in the death of a Vauxhall youth Feb. a coroner's jury decided in Lethbridge Friday. Harlan George was killed when the car he was driving was in collision' with a car driven by Linda' of Lomond on a district road seven miles south of that town. Const. Richard E. Galloway of the Vulcan RCMP detachment told Coroner Dr. Norman Raster the road was 24 feet but that three feet on each shoulder of the road was soft and muddy. Another Aubrey Root of Lomond who reported the said in his opinion the road was no good. not fit to be travelled He said he had driven a school bus on that road and he'd had several close calls. Const. Galloway said visibility on the road is hampered by the many steep hills. The accident occurred at the crest of a he said. The jury recommended that signs advising motorists to keep right be posted where approaching traffic cannot be seen. Mr. Broderson died of massive hemorrhaging and shock after the two cars collided almost medical evidence indicated. His a was seriously as was Miss Honess. Both girls are still recovering. Neither driver was blamed for the accident. FOX BENTURE CLINIC Est. 1922 PHONE 327-8565 E. S. P. FOX. C.D.M. FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDO. CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES There's No Other Like MOTHER... Show her how much she really means to you with a gift of beautiful FLOWERS from FRAME'S There's nothing that expresses what you want to say better than PLANT COASTERS with every or over pur- chase. Frache's Bundle of Love priced at 10.00 and 12.00 F.T.D. Sweet Surprise priced at 12.50 and 15.00 Flowering Plants priced at 6.00-8.00 and 10.00 up FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322-Mh Street S. PhOne 337-5747 May Is Hire-A-Student Month Register Now for Work at the Student Mannntuftr 7th fit _Q 997.9111 Hire A Student May is Hire-A-Student Month Many Students Have Already registered At the Student Manpower Office 327-2111 ;