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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TRAVELLING BY CHARTER TO EUROPE? LET US ARRANGE YOUR GROUND TOURS SEVERAL SELECTIONS ARC AVAILABLE ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3J01 The Lethhridge Herald SECOND .SECTION Lcthbridge, Albcrla, Wednesday, May 31, KI72 PACES 13 TO 21 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG 740 4lh AVE. S. IETHBHIDGF, A1BEHTA Summer is tommy. Be n ptiir of Prescription Sunrjlnsici. You it was Records were sol or lied in almost every point from Fort MacMurvay south Tuesday and more of the same could he in store for today. LelhbridRe lied Llic longest- ilnnding record ill Uje province a temperature of 88 degrees set in 1930. Pinehcr Crook lied a record of also set in 1936. Coronation set a new record liiyli of I1G, cclin- .sinfi the oli] mark of set in 1963. LcUibrirlge was lire second, hottest place in Canada, follow- ing Whilccourt, which hit The ovcrniRlil lasl night was CO degrees. F a r today, temperatures afiain were expected to hil Ihe mid-BOs and could break the old record of 8G degrees, set in ]35G. Afternoon or evening show- ers arc cx'pcclcd loclny and lliere i.s a possibilily of lliun- dershowers. Tonight's low is expected to drop lo 50 decrees a.s u ucaU cold front moves info the area. However, il will only slightly cooler lomperadircs with it and Thursday is expect- ed to dawn sunny and warm. More showers arc predicted for tomorrow afternoon or even- ing. Trustees will seek Ihe hmnl of rising cos Us, said new Iho national HENDERSON PRISON? trees do appear as bars lo fish, as Ihose standing in the waler, those who like la of a prison keeping wilhin its bounds those who come. lake advantage of Ihe playground and camping facililies, Bui people come and go as ihey wish, so il's not much cr ihose who just like to relax under the shade of irees, of n prison, is if? Henderson lake allracls those who like as ihose in the foreground. Kerbcr Phoio Student ts competition would be local job market financial suicide'' hearing is to EDMONTOX A motion lei Keek increased federal govern- ment financial support foi edu- ealion passed by a narrow nine margin during (he i Ihial session of (lie annual Ca- j uadian School Trustees1 Asso- ciation convention Tuesday. There were 2011 delegates in favor and opposed in Ihe secret ballot lotc iviiicli set a i j minimum of one third of a province's education costs as (he amounl Ollav.'a sboukl con- liibule. Concern for the future nl local zutcnotuy (cmpercd most of Hie arguments against the resolulion. hut .s u p j) o rlcrs argued I hat such a move would have litlle or no effccl on the highly valued local autonomy i "The federal government i.s i eonlribuLing more than ?1 bil-1 lion a year lo education now i end il does not interfere. i "This three-way par''icrship i.s more likely lo prevent a i takeover by any one level of government." The Manitoba cl e 1 egalion, which introduced the resolu- tion, said more federal involve- ment in education is necessary to establish equality of oppor- tunity. Some parts of Canada arc more affluent than others and these areas need assis- j lance. I The properly lax, which has I been a major source of educa i lion funds, can no longer bear "The lax burden on properly I'c'ler I'mu'll nl British Co- is increasing beyond the ability i lumbia was nani'.-d president of certain properly owner.-; I'D u''lil1' W- W. of Manilo- pay and provincial revenues do 'ia dec led vice president, not permit a further "cduclioj- posts wim by accla- of (lie properly tax wilhoul in- creased revenues from a Icdcr. lhrel' al, or other provincial and local i V V! n' snllrccs-" Novn Scoiia and M. A. Stillwell In other business Tuesday, a of New Brunswick inn s Bridge discussions on A (lelcgalion of iidinini.slrntors and coundl members was scheduled to mecL v.'ilh highways niiniskT C'laiTiice Copi- Ilionrc in Edmonton this inoriiing to net ,-i commiimenl lor construction c[ Hie bridge to I.L'lhbridiJL'. Mayor Andy Anderson said lie expects a decision by Thurs- day on ivhdber Uie city can bridge craistruclion by Jale 1973 assistance from the province. City Manager Tom city engineer Randy Uolfeld and Alderman Cam Uarne.s accompanied tlio mayor lo Uie meeting. City council ha' nlluled Mofl.OM lo: a of the bridge and approaches this year. Last week. Mr. Copilliorne said survey for (he bridge v.'ouhl also tills year. Tha city is seeking coniinnalion of a 75 cent provincial, 25 per cent city cost sharing program for [he briclee. Those lerms had been accepted by the previous government Uie cordilion (he bridge would he buih in JIM. 'Die osliinaled cost of the bridge is SO million Mr. Kutfing has said construction of the bridge is an im- portant factor in the development of the Y.TF! side, which is to begin with the sale of lots in September. Apparently some sludenls earning slightly more than S2 per hour are taking lime off or quitting jobs to look Tor better pay. And better paying jobs are scarce, warns a Canada Man- power Centre student employ- ment office spokesman. Those individuals who are Ukrng time off from jobs lo hunt for better-paying work fire risking being completely job- less, he said. Some unemployed studcnls will not consider jobs which entail traveling out of town, he said. managers MCINTYRE Herald Staff Writer EDMONTON It would 1 "financial suicide" for North ern Bus Lines of Lethbridge li compete will] Greyhound on daily scheduled bus service be twccn Calgary and Lethbridge a hearing beiore the Alberta Highway Traffic Board was fold Tuesday. However, a n accountant, o lawyer and Northern prosiden' Steve Kofch all testified thai Ihe Lethbridge-based bus com- pany is able lo borrow the it will need to put a bus exist are for production line workers and beet labor. Both types of work allow male students to earn about per day. The- student office is located at 323 7th St. S. or phone fllfij. Such jobs which currently lllc rollle and can compete with Uie American owned Iraiisportation giant. has applied to oper- ate a non stop, lirst class bus daily between Calgary and Lcthbridge. The route is now exclusively in the hands of Greyhound, which operates six runs a day. Northern has also applied lo operate chartered Irips oul of Calgary, Following the all day hear- ing, board chairman Clarence Kcnway said Mr. Kotch will be notified of the hoard's decision iji about two weeks. Outside the board room. Mr. Kotch said his chances to get approval to expand seem j slight. EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE DANIEL 317 7lh STREET SOUTH STARTING AT Charlton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Avc. S. Phone 328-3388 CUFP BLACK, Certified Dentol Mechanic SLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327.2829 THRIFTY BUYERS CHECK WITH US BEFORE YOU BUY AER CGNDITSONERS and FANS ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS 119 STEREO S PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 5th Street S. Phone He accused Ihe board of being composed soley of civil servants "who have nexcr bad lo take normal bus i n e s s gambles." Opposition to the proposed expansion by Northern came from three bus companies Greyhound, Diversified Trans- portation Lid. of Edmonton and Cardinal Coach Lines Lid. of Calgary. Representatives for all three argued that there is already "keen competition" for passen- gers on the Calgary run and Ihe intrusion of one or two Northern buses would cut inlo their business. Sharp criticism came from Cob Colbomc, president of Di- versified Transportation, w li o said "ft would be financial suicide to take on Greyhound with its scl up of depots and its financial resources.." Mr. Colbomc said his com- pany would like lo lake busi- ness away from Greyhound on [b? most lucrative roiJJc in AJ- iicrla Calgary lo Edmonton we just don't have the Mr. Mogen told the hearing Ihat the Leflibridgc Calgary service averages about 17 pas- sengers per bus below the national average of about 20 Greyhound passengers per bus run. He said the passenger service "does not pay its own way" and must be subsidized by freight revenue. Bill Lord, an accountant ap- pealing for Northern, said that relatives and a business asso- ciate. arc1 prepared tn loan Mr. Kotcli "enough to get a new operation on (he road." li permitted. Mr. Kotcli said ho start with one bus on [he Calgary Lelhbridge route, which would leave Lelhbridge from a depot at the Marquis Hotel in the morning and re- turn from a depot at Relax Travel Agencies at Palliser Square in Calgary in (he lite afternoon. Legalistic woes prevailed Tu- esday ai. a special session of Lelhbridge magistrates' courl convened to hear trial and el- ection of three men charged with being in a dwelling house for Iho of committing an indictable offence and the slarl of a Irial against two men charged ivilh assault censing jodily harm. Allen Louis Blomme. 25, financial capability lo compete Lcilibridgc, Michael Lee Sival- I Or: IVTInlinnl Tl SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, JUNE 1st TERMS CASH SALE STARTS P.M. NO RESERVE On offer a cjood selection of household furniture in- cluding chesterfield suiles, washers, ranges, automatic clolhes washers, gas dryer, appliances, refrigerators, bird cage with canary plus many miscellaneous article! too numerous ta mention. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4705 1920 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE AUCTIONEERS TED NEWDY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 458 [lead-on." Mr. Kotcli said his company lias already bealen Greyhound in compeliliuii by Laking char- ter business away from the big company in the Lelhbridgu area. While Norlhen) would n o I charge less Ihan Greyhound 'in [act our prices tend lo be a lit higher" _ he sairl Hie nidgc firm can attract passen- gers away Irom Greyhound by more personalized, community minded service." Gerry Olfel, llic lawyer ap- icarini; for Northern, crilicised Greyhound director Floyd Mog- cn at llic hearing for Mr. Mogcn's failure lo provide in- formation on Greyhound reven- ue made from the Lelhbridgc- Calfiary route. Mr. Olfct accused the Grey- hound excculive ot producing Ihe cost of Ihe service but iiol low, 25. and Michael D. Wag- goner, 29, both United Stales residents were unable to plea lo the Illegally in a dwelling house charge and elect the court in which they wished the trial when ccurl was de- layed by both the defence and Crown counsels. When (he special session of Ihe magistrate's court held in llic court house finally ed an hour later Ihan sched- uled Judge A. II. Elford de- liverer] a general speech ex- -A! the afternoon .session court was told Mr. Swallow would be receiving additional legal aid. the afternoon session of the court adjourned after Judge Elford sc-l Thursday at 10 p.m. as the time for the sttrt of a trial of .Michael Lee .Swallow and Patrick Alexander of Lelhbridge for a charge of assault causing bodily harm lo John David Baird, April J5, al Baird's home Friday morning at 10 p.m. was set for the lime when Michael Lee Allen Louis Blomnie, and Michael D. Waggoner will plea to the illeg- ally in the dwelling house charge and choose the court in which they wish Ihe case heard. EDMONTON The Alberta School Trustees' Association went after moral support for stand lliaf school principals should not he a part of the bar- gaining unit in leachcr contract negotiations, and the provincial body got the backing it was hoping for. Delegates (o the Canadian School Trustees' Association annual convention voted 75 per cent in favor of (he concept that principals are parl of the managcmenl team and are di- rectly responsible for carrying out (he wishes of the school board. British Columbia delegates lined up in opposition to Ihe resolution arguing that it would increase tension rather than de- crease il. "Teachers want to feel their principal is part of their team, Mo.oon HEAD It is estimated that when Ibo major packing planls in Lclh- IMTSsing con-f .f0 tinual starting delays. ,wl1' bnc.. m.'ilcly SsO.OOO of catlle per year. Rcialed Lo Ihe Alber- la kill of and the Can- slays. "When a court date and lime is scl. (hat is when the session should slarl interviews of (he return. Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 Sfh Slreel Soulh Phone 328-6922 NOW OPEN 1 Government licensed Technician I Repairs to Radios, and Topo Recorders. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO nil defend a ills by their lawyers and conferences with all sum- moned nesses should U1 car- ried out well before the lime sol." lie told Ihe court officers ada kill of bridge's conlrilmtion to (lio beef industry is very signifi- Circus iu town The circus is in for two days of cnlerlaiiiment at Llie Exhibition grounds. The Hubert CaslJe Inlcrna- (ionnl Circus, sponsored in Lclhbridgc by the LclhbHdge Shrincrs will give (wo performances today and Thurs-. day at and 8 p.m. the acts feature two celebrated artists wild animal trainer Roger Smith and European circus slar Arl- uro who i.s making his first North American appear- ance on (his tour. Mr. Smith will entertain crowds with his mixed group nf lions, and Siberian, Sumalrnn and Bengal tigers. There will be an abundance of cloivus, aerialisls, acrobats and jugglers (o add (o the show. Tickets are available at Fos- ter's .hnveikvy Gentlemen III Men's Wear Ltd., or at the' Exhibition grounds. not the school board's. "It i.s a backward stop on Ihe part of the CSTA to define Ihe role of the principal as a man- he is an oducalional lead-! cr. This resolution represents an archaic said a 13.C. delegate. The resolution was one of dealt with during Ihe wrapup session of the conference Tues- day. The more than 400 delegates attending the conference from across Canada also voted to establishment by the fed- eral government of a national' educational television network lo meet the needs of both stu- dents and working people. "The programs should be transmitted during the normal operational hours of schools, colleges, universities and oilier levels of higher education as an optional supplement or replace- ment of current classroom and Jccture-room services. j ''A similar network should, be established to serve the' needs of employed adults dur- ing non-working hours." Problems of minority groups j in education were also discuss- ed during the closing session o[ I the conference. j Delegates ID continue lo press federal and provincial governmcnls to continue talks v.'ilh Indian representatives "in an earnest effort lo arrive at a solution acceptable lo Ihe In- dians on of educa- ting Indian people." The CSTA also declared it- self to be a hiJinpual society and voted to continue efforts to bring about an affiliation of all school trustees in Canada. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwarii BWg. 222 5lh St. f. Phone 328-4095 6'xl5" STEEL WALL POOL Swimlime is liappy lims In lliis beauliful backyard pool. Sturdy slccl conslruclion ivifri plaslic top raij. 9.97 40 QUART FOAM COOLER (Less Handles) A tnulti purpose pclyslyrene ce-cold cooler. U c it for pic- lics, fishing Irips cr when defrosting (ho 13" x high CAtt SPORTING GOODS 327-5767 2.77 DOWNTOWN NEW FROM CAMM'S Beautiful Hi Style Summer Slings by LISA DEBS "ft is (lie responsibility trial lawyers lo know when Ihcir appearances are set ami to tic there and be prepared at that lime if officers of Ihe court can not on time, then how can we expect witness and other persons involved to he in coin! ,il Ihe proper lie said. The morning session was brief, cmisislinc only of Hie withdrawal with the court's permission of Swallow's Icpil aid-appointed lawyer, Crc'gor Carllon. Mr. Oarllon told Ihe court, "l.'nlil only a few moments be- fore (his session I wns ready and prepared (o carry out n defence on Air. Swallow's lie- half, hul ,1 disagreement has developed and ho. wishes lo seek oilier legal counsel The morning session was nd- jnuiiK'd until Iho aflornoon lo allow Air. Swallow lime (o re-1 apply for legal nid. I "June Is Rose Month" WEEKEND SPECIAL ,00 3 ROSES FOR MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Phone 327-1515 COLD FUR STORAGE Cnll 327-4348 for Free Bonded Pick-up Our -.killed experts will rpnir, f lean and your to roslorp ll'oir beauty. Al' o expert cleaning Imtlicrs and (M'lits. Canadian Furriers 'nromounl Thcafro Bldy. xaclly as shown in Red, Wl Navy lOVEtY MATCHING WHITE HANDBAGS "Jamaica" by Joyce A lovrly open summer slinr While or Nnvv W.- Slen into summer in u pair of aur Summer Sandals Flal Heel Slylo (as illuslralcd al left! In (any Ton, Briar Tan, vy. While. Done, and I. Priced ?o CHILDREN'S SANDALS Boys1 and Girl's in While. Tan, or Dark Brown. Ml lenlhrr oul- cushion in- soli- Only ARPEGGIOS SUMMER SANDALS tlly In Novy. Open Tliurs. niid Fri. Unlil 9 p.m. CAMM'S 403 5lli Slrcc! 5. 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