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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TRAVEL BY CHARTER TO EUROPE LET US AKRANGE YOUR GROUND TOURS SEVERAL SELECTIONS ARE AVAILABLE ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 320-3201 The Lcthhtidge Herald SECOND SECTION LcLhbriclgc, Alberta, Monday, May 29, 1972 PAGES 15 TO 2-1 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL DLDG. 740 4th AVE. S. LETH3KIDGE, AlBERTA Summer is coming. Be ready with a pair of Prcicriplion Sunglasses. GOLFERS', RESIDENTS' MISERY The three quarler mile-long hedge along Soulh Tarksioe Drive, bordering Ihe Henderson Lake Golf Course, has been called a blighl by residenls on ihe drive and several unprinlable names by golfers. At least one group, Ihc residents, may now rclracl Iheir commenls os ihe shaggy edges of ihe hedge facing Iheir homss receive a bush-i-curc. The cily has proposed Ihe hedge be Irirnmed and Ilie ad- boulevard cleaned, by city crews, Iwice a year. Thai won'l help Ihe golfers, however- No matler how clean the hedge is, il still cosls two strokes if Iheir golf balls stray inlo the greenery. Police riot plan A c-onfidcnLiiil submission details of Ihc polite plan frnm the polite department I are available. Police Cliiel called riots and dcmonstra-1 The Ita- aid Ihe Lelhlindp; plan wa< lion police plan will lie among (lrawn up loca, the topics discussed around the part of a province-wide "Ian city council table tonight. under the attorney-general's of The agenda for the meeting j fice. ivas scheduled lo be dealt will) I It has been approver! by Ibc- last Tuesday but had to be put office and i? off until loday because there were not enough council mem- bers in town to provide a quor- um. Residents seek free awaiting ratification by city 7 IJUr KlI I lQ Downtown residents living on 7th, 3Lh and 9th Si. R. in the 400 and 51KJ blocks are opposed Summer iobs for students? They're scarce j J duel Alichtlson said li a thinks Lei lib ridge doesn't need riot and demonstration plan ninv, "hut it's loo laic lo build one once something starts. We have lo know where help crime from if and when we need i "Ilicls and demonstrations, especially on university cam-! puses, sre a dying he said. Council will also consider Lenders submitted to the city for private garbage collection j and sanitary land fill. i Two bids were submitted for i lows them Lo park their cars in poscl. The cily engineer has front of their homes for only j recommended neither lender two hours without penalty. be accepted and ttie city ccn- A petition from the residents tinue its own collection, asking Ihc city lo provide them! A delegation of downtown with special parking permits is! residents is expected lo atlcnd before cily council tonight. j----------------------------------------- The parking restrictions arc enforced between a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays and Saturday, The residents stale in the pell- with Iwt'OH Iht1 I'K- Jlc.-vJfi'- srjii f Or.p l ici! is and I he pulili' lie u.sinji UK north .i'hore hike' M points be in rlnnpH1 from ll_, ccw.ci] n arldilioiKi] loi insurance oi riiy ov.'neil ill'ic'-. pi'cvion.sh cii i.MfiOi- for purpose: furl her ronsidc'nuion nf motorized vehicle use for the coulee area west ol 9th Ave. S.: a report on inmc- inent en Park.siri'j information from ihu cily solicitor concernhip sible control of bicycle traffic in Ihc cily. The mccliup will bunin al in council chambers and is open lo Ihc public. T5v MAULEM-: COOKSIIAW Herald Slaff Writer it. you've They're gol a job, keep .says Jlocl Lomas, co-ordinator at the student office of the Canada Manpower Centre. "And if you're looking for one, don't expect the best, you won't pel it. Employers just can 'I afford to summer staff Ihc best Mr. Lomas said thai the long hair problem was still prcval- ous for many jobs, but they i others say it depends on the job I have control only over the cm- i and Ihc pay." plovers, not (lie workers. i He said lie expected a great The fact l.bal an accident I influx of school students wrs caused by long hair will next week applying for jobs. "iow they would Ihc short-hair not affect the payment of com- pensation. The regulation under which lone hair falls is that but was unsure be affected by standards. employers arc required lo en- I "Another problem is placing sure their workers work in a said Mr. Lomas. s.'sfo manner, and. in the case j have positions available and nf (he food industries, a health-1 there are a lot of girls' applira- fnl manner. lions on file, but they decide Mr. I-omas said that about that's just not the type of job 20 per cent of the students re- j they fused lo cut their hair, "40 lo '-Girls have Rot lo realize have a loi of jobs here 50 pcr cent sny surc< j ihc .summer job market requesting shorl-haivcd ajipli- p cants, many of Ihe ptudcnt? j won't cut their hair. If wo send them for an interview it makes; a bad name for us because we were specifically requested not j to. So there isn't much we can do. "Most of Ihc employers who i ask for short hair will accept j medium-length, it depends on the job. "Sure, the students shouldn't be taken at fare value, but' face it, the guy's in business j for them is a lot lighter than the one for men, because of the construction and labor aspect. I guess. They just can't afford lo be "A lot of the jobs we have are part-lime. 20 to 30 hours pcr week. The girls are hold- ing out and wailing for more hours. And then some jobs arc out of loivn, loo, and they don't wanl to go." "Wailrcssing seems like one of the least-wanted jobs, said Linda Dubeiz, student counsel- lor and placement officer. "The money's okay, it's not the best work, but at least it's a job." "A lot of (hem would like j work where they can gel ex- pericnce in what they're study- ing nt school, maybe secretar- ial. I can understand lhat. but there just aren't that many positions she said. "It's the younger girls. 17 or 13, that turn down the most jobs, il seems like they're look- ing for something more excit- ing. The older girls realize lhat the situation is serious and they're more willing to ac- cept anything we have.1' orfcfs first calves produced here I A is capable of produc- ir.f! ova in its lifetime, hut only one calf per year Through the pro- purebred Simmental from artificially Irans- HARD BURKf Heiakl Stall Wrilcr Five years of research ummer for profit and he won't hire miimted Sunday when anvonc he doesn't feel will world's first commercially-] workout. c------- "The employer has Ihe Work-1 calves. men's Comncnsalion B o a r d planted embryos, were shown and the department of hcallh, and sold at Ihc Nelson Ranch dlHUS as well as company and joh- sntillieasl of Caruston. oriented rules lo worry about." Jrase and Nora The Workmen's Compensa- tion Board of Alberta has no regulations dealing specifically with long hair. The board ad- vertises the fact lhat they sec it as inadvisable and rtanger- CONDITIONERS STARTING AT Chnrlton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 320-3380 meet held seminalion on Ihc sire sitic. WHAT IS THE EFFECT OF ALCOHOL ON DRUGS? We hear ill is question very often and it is To always be on the iafc side, is. a good idea not to hnvo a drink whilo on any medication. However, if there is some special occasion or situa- tion involved, you should make if a poinl fo check with your physician ond lo mention it when you bring in your prescription. CAPSULES of WISDOM by ROD and GEORGE "Lnticl lo ConlL-nl'' "Equivalent" "Generic Higli Cosl of Wo am ownrc of all llirso terms and modern prfiscriplion developments. liandlr1 your cJoclois orders ns lie cJirccls. Our "Presc rip- lion Si.Tvit.i-" is conlrolled by Alia. Provincial Gov- ernmeitl "Profoisionol Service Foe" Cosl nccounlccl Agreement. One thing about baldncts; it's neat. DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Hoiq Medical Bldg. 401 5th SI. S. 601 6lh Ave. S. Frco Delivery Crill 370.6133 Call 3J7-3364 OTSfty'RORHRtf'RnRSRyROR alone of ilic Flying U Ranch near Cholcau. Montana purchased the calves. were born May for an; A Gamcs gcneral undisclosed pncc. Tnc trans- ]lcld (o darify niIcSi plants were performed Aug. Jo, j refiuinlion5 0[ [ilc 197L j games hroughl more thc-.u 70 Embryo transplant is a pro- S011th Alberta re- cess on the dame sido which pionai areas anf] renrcscnta- con-cspomJs iv i I h M-iificial in- j tire games committees. Rules and types of awards ucrc finalized, end a slide pre- sentation of Ihc S u m m c r Games in Clnresholm was given T'nn slides and narra- tion material is avjiilnlilc on re- quest from Ihc department, of culture, youth and recreation. For Ihc purpose of partici- pants. ice is defined as a person who has not won a pro- vincial or higher award in that sporl. thc embryo transplant process, a good cow is capable of pro- ducing 20 calves per year. each oviilating cycle, more eggs are brought down cr.ch time artificially, accom- plished through the introduclion of a multiple-ovtilation drug. An average of 20 eggs come down in each cycle and from the 20 an average of five embryos are produced after tlic artificial insemination treatment. ART DSETRSCH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC ichwartz Bldg. 222 5th SI. S. Pl.one 328-4095 Cold Fur Storage Phone 327-4348 Canadian Furriers Let our skilled rxpcrts clean and glaze your precious furs. Also Cxpcrl donning of leathers and sucdri Canadian Furriers Paramount Thonlre Bldg. Parking a problem at hospital T h e Lclhljridgc Municipal Hospital and Ihe cily hall arc HorkintI to solve Die problem ot undesirable parking in Ihc drivoway in front of the LM1I main cnlrancc. The driveway is hospital prop- erty, and as such is not pa- trolled by cily police. The L11H employs a com- who is jKnverlcss lo issue tickets except telling nn- i authorized car-owners not to park in the driveway. Often. tlicy ignore liic commission- aire. llospilnl administralor Anrly Aralreachnk .snid what is being sought and clarified is the pos- sibilily cither for Ilia commis- sionairc lo be lo is- sue tickets, as it is being done ;il the I'niversily of l.cthhridge. or for Ilic cily lo look after il. He said unauthorised park- ing in Ihc driveway endangers pcdo.slrian safely and blocks; Ihe traffic of ambulances, "a problem of real concern." The embryos float in the cow s uterus for days durng which time they are surgically removed and transplanted in the ulcruses cf five other cows. In Lhc recipient mother, the embryo grows Ihe way il w o u 1 d in the original mother. AL Ihc end of Ihc eight-month gestation period, the calves were born unassisted and with no troubles. Lee Rollins, a spo- kesman for United Slmnicnlal Lid Alberta, said. .While the embryo is in Ihe re- cipient cow. none of the re- cipient cow's blood is trans- ferred into the calf. The calf, therefore, retains the heredi- tary characleri.slic.s of both il.5 I original parents. i Mr. Rollins said llu's is the j first lime cafves have been I c o m m e r c i a 1 I y reproduced jllirough embryo transplant, al- I though it has been done several i hundred limes in research I The operation was a joint venture cf Unilo.l Sinimenlal Lid. and Liveslick Breeders International of Oklahoma and look place at Ih? Nelson Ranch. Mr. Rollins S'lid the success of the operation is .shown by Ihe fact lhat there are now five embryo transplant organiza- tions in Alberta. vcnienl and costly. The fine for cars parking in Ihe area more than two hours is S2. Five persons are injured in weekend car accidents Potters show held over One car is demolished, a to- tal of ST.not) damage resulted lo two others and five persons remained in hospital this morn- cident and was reported in sal- isfactory condition this morn- ing. Bye's wife Irene, G3, a The Oldman River Powers' Guild will hold over its pottery exhibition until Thursday due (o many requests. "There was a very good turn- out; we were veiy said Helen Flaig. president of the Guild. The exhibition is a display of about 150 articles, both decorative and functional. The show will be open 2 lo 9 p.m. for viewing by the public. A shew and sale is planned towards the end of the year. ing following two accidents al sunger in his car examined I Ihe same location south of the rrom Milk Rjver city Sunday night. iHospilal following the accident, Jacqueline Flaman. 23, of 3331 readmitted this morning for J5Ui SI. S. remained in serious observation RC.MP reported they believed the .second accident Ihe i direct result of on-looking vc- hides slopping in Ihc middle of the traffic laae to view the Flaman vehicle. Student job market The student office of the Can- ada Manpower Centre reports the following job openings. For women: waitresses, cooks' hel- per, cashiers, babysitters, sales clerks, a half-ton Lruck driver. Openings for men: produc- tion line workers, farm work- ers, beet hoers. a laxi driver receptionist, general laborers, life guard, correctional, offic- ers, molel handyman, and electrical engineering stu- dents. j The student office is located at 323 7lh SI. S. or telephone 328-S1C-1. :ondition this morning at Lclh- bridge Municipal Hospital with multiple injuries. Lethbridge HCMP report Lhe car driven by Lhe young woman went out of control shortly after 7 p.m. on Highway 4, about one mile east of Stirling, careened into a roadside dilch. overturned several times ond threw her from the wreck. Flaman was rushed to hospi- tal by a private vehicle. The second accident look place shortly before B p.m., when a car driven by Wilmonl Bye, 70, of Milk Rivtr. smash-1 ed inlo Ihe rear of a car driven j by Alpheus Millhem. 33, Warn-: er. i Millliem and his wife Fanny. I also 83, a passenger, were! laken to St. Michael's General 1 lospilal by the Lclhbridge firefighter ambulance and were reported in satisfactory j condition. Bye was admitted to hospital at Milk River following the ac- CLIFF BLACK, Cerlified Dental BLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONF ADULT LAWN DART GAME Consists oF 4 wing dnrls and two rings..... .17 -A- OLD PAL TACKLE BOX Lightweight, slurdy plnslic, 7 cantilcvcrcd troys provide loads of compailmenlDlized slorago liandy n "TT I i I luggage-slyle AH handle....... Call Spirting 327-5767 DOWNTOWN AIR CONDITIONING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd- For Ihe best buy in Air Conditioning Phone 327-5816 i.nssus men A recent sheep predalor sur- vey in Alherla showed lhal ap- proximalely losl In 'coyotes in 1971. This is four per ccnl of the lolal population in Ihe province, or one out ol every 23 animals. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT WALLPAPER Chinook Exterior Gloss White Chinook Crimson Red Chinook Shingle Green Chinook Interior Latex 3.95 PER GALLON S.W.P. Exterior 1st grade latex, Gloss and shinglo paint. 20' OFF 321 6th St. S. PHONE 377-8321 AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. Regular Tuesday Saie, May 30th P.M. DUNE BUGGY Roll bars, tow bar, cut down Vclkiie Propane Frost free- fridge, cnri CIIK.II. crivp't-U1 bedroom suite, filinq cabinet, larqt1 sch of v. ring IT 4 trunks, lapc recorder, 8 hep 10 chicken f desks, chesls of drawers, TVs a plenty, ping pong tnhlr, boat oors, variety of lawn inowci't, lois cl nai dm dealers, iwing barbcqucs, circular pnlr, I'cor polisher, beds of oil shapes ond sizes. 1968-HONDA 300 SCRAMBLER 1971 -SUZUKI HONCHO 90 Cosli rcrjislcr, window and doorr., plcr-tic mission for '63 Ford, olfir.i- swivel cKrir, hinh n-.tn.- podcslol dining room loblc (oaki, radio ifcoicl nlnvn; liful horn handle Shoffielc! carvina -.els, IM- wnsli lubs (doublr', bench, ouionmlu- roclininq bucket sonls, carpels nf nil n lidcboord, liumidi'fipr, 1 front hubs Il'oiri' itfi al fm n ii hydroluic vir.p, rlcclric mrlor, 10'xl? inm, be ami, men I and c leaver, Inmpv Mnny more items loo numerous to Lsl FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Avp. N. Auctioneer: RILL HOPE-lic. 845 RECD HAWTHORNE: Snlci Rrprrionlativn ;