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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FABULOUS LAS VEGAS Nov. 19 la 23 and Dec. 17 to 21 Only from Calgary per person belied on double occupancy. Return transportation by air, accom- modation cmti1 muny extras. FOR BOOKINGS AND RESERVATIONS CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIUAGE MALI PHONc 320-3201 The Lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Ltlhbridge, Alberta, Monday, November 0, 1972 PAGES 9 TO 18 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 740 4th AVE. S. PHONE 328-712] Now Arriving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FALL EYE FASHIONS for 1973 A look at LCC for 600 Ey IHHtNICE IIRI1I.E Herald Staff Writer Follow the arrows Follow Ilu> signs. Abou1. did just that Friday and Saturday as the Lcthbridgc Community Col- lege opened ils lectures and laboratories to the public. More than 100 courses wove thrown open, and Die takers vandorerl in at their leisure silting in on things that inter- ested them and ignoring those that didn't. Jim MacNcil, LCC dircclir of sludcnl services and one of the co-ordinnlors of College Week- end, said he was quite pleased with the public's response. "We had a good cross-section of people which included many parents. Since lliis was our first attempt at such a pro- gram we don't really have any criteria on which to base the turnout." Mr. MacNcil said the physi- cal displays such as gymnas- tics, archery and karate were extremely well attended by the v'sitors. Ollin- favorites were ll-n biology, developmental stu- dies and business education courses. He said he fell these areas were ponular because Ihcrc was. "a lillle emphasis on the spectacular." The biology section included a television camera which re- cc-ded the actual growth of a fish in a tank. Viewers could sec the heart beating and the blood pumning in an egg which was only 78 hours old. In the developmental studies area, people could check Ilicir reading rbility by usirg reading 'Surplus ensures capable teachers' lly JIUUY IIAUGENEDEIl Report boldly challenges the fessiunal educators who resist Herald Staff Writer existing seats of power within the Worth recommendations Lo slow the imminent changes he- cause they feel their jobs are The current teacher surplus mong those who may bc is good for education says crjli of lnc t arc Keith Robin, director of con- 1 _ __ I tinuing education at the Leth- j bridge Community College. During the past, when there were teacher shortages, school boards were forced lo take what was available, he Laid threatened. COIIMllllCS COLLEGE VISITOR TRIES OUT SOUND STUDIO Lorna Morden, 17, from Fernie reads commercial. various classrooms varied t.'om 12 lo 30. Gordon Colledge, LCC informalion officer, said that most of the visitors stayed in instruments which showed i the main corrido-s number of words thcv could "We will have to f.gure ou a seemed impressed Ihc tody was always ready lo (ell insl'uction and Ihc class in- c. Mr. Perry was wearing t glasses, which broke and cut his eye causing permananl J damage. Mr. Perry received unem- ployment insurance and social assistance for the eight monlhs was unable lo work. The money paid him. however, was less than the amount he would have earned had he been able lo work. plus mileage for driving to a board hearing in Calgary and Hillcresl is east of in the Crowsnest Pass area. Trustees take aim Poor altitude or sets man o week in jail A 22-year-old Lclhbridpe man Hy IION CALDVVKl.L Herald Stair Wriicr cause of lhe change force ill eslabliEhed il woult', vacalicn EDMONTON The Worth I patterns. Commission Report on Eft.ica-l Mr. Gunderson. who will bc I lional Planninp borders on so-: seeking a second lerm as AST A j ciaiism. and the report, along presidenl during the convcn- with its r.ulhoi'' can expect lion, said (iic past year has some harsh criticism during i the most year in Travel body to meet A strike by about Alberta elevaLor mechanics belonging to the Inlernational Union of Ele-ator Construction Workers entered ils [iflh week today. The walkout, which began in easlern Canada more than two months ago is over wages End hiring rights. Kurt Chrislcnsen, district manager for Olis Ele- valors in Calgary.said Locally only one full-time worker who serves Lelhbridge Storm en route A band of warm air, moving i from west lo easl overnight 1 along Ihc Ame-ican border, saved Lelhbridge and Medicine Hat from snow ami icy roads tcday while most of Alberta rc- 1 ported three inches from the season's first major A few sunny breaks were forecast for this area this afler- rtion, but weathermen warned that snow was expected Tues- day beginning at Jioon. Ilighs Icday would bc io 35 degrees. overnight low 25. Tuesday I would be cloudy, willi highs niching 35. Tljs Arctic cold sir mass v.tiich was resnonsihle for the i storm north of Fort Maclcod moved into northern Montana I his morning. The cold front also dumped 1 sr.ow on northeastern British Columbia, most of southern i Saskatchewan and northern On- I I a no, 1 Only a of snow [ell in i Lnrhbridge Sunday. RCMP advised motorists not In drive on Highway q near Drumlicllcr because of icy ccn- dilions. Highway 2 from Cal- Rr.ry to Red Dear was listed as hazardous and f'om Red Deer to Edmonton in poor condition because of icy conditions. Weatherman said now that (lie ivr.rm air has moved away, an intense storm centered off Ihc southeast coast of B.C. is likely lo push snow into southern Al- berta Tuesday. 1 district elevators, is af- fected. He said that Otis, the largest elevator contractor in Alberta. services all its installations with supervisory and sales staff in order lo keep elevators 1 "well maintained. 1 No public safety is threaten- ed, and Lethbridge elevators are regularly serviced by the working staff not affectec) by the strike. I He said (here arc j'omc 230 contract items that are unre- solved. union wage demands were met. they (elevator me- chanics) wculd be among Hie highest paid in the contruction industry in the he said." Furllier, the union lhe right to hire and (ire workers a right which management has said it will not give up under any circumstances. Mr. Chrislensen said a con- ciliation decision offering the a 10 to 12 per cent wage increase uas accepted' hy management but rejected by the union. He would not disclose the exact dollars and cents amount. oilier lhan it was similar lo what carpenters and clcctri- 1 cians earned' v.-hicli means bc- l ween and SG.50 jjcr hour. The only thing Uie strike fif- Iccls is Ihc construction of new elevators, he said, reiterating thai Lhe elevators currently in service will continue lo be reg- 1 ularly maintained. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5lh St. S. Phono 328-4095 Ihc i I PAY ATTENTION TO DIRECTIONS Always make sure thnt you clearly undcr- iland cxadly how you are to to he your med'- cal.'ons. And thii applies equally lo those med- ications you can purchcnc a pro SCr' pi- ion as well as those that your doclor prescribes for you. It is vitally important you know and follow lha proper tlif eel ions for lUcii If you ever have ony questions about any of the medications you llicy should be loltcn or whal lime of l'ie day I'lOy should bo taken or if if is snfc to Ut'tc I'-rni a I (lie tamo time you tnke olhor tan call us. Knowing about drugs and medicines is our profcsional specially, mid you nre welcome lo avail yourself of our services at any lime. judge1 said he didn'l like man's altiludL1. l.ylo Murray Ws'ieiiri. of 11117 23rd SI. S pleaded guilty to the going io gel charge Nov. 27 and was re- i nrtc" mandccl until Friday on his own rcco.sniz.aiicc. Bill I'roviiH-inl 1.. W. (old Wakelin lrriday li.al he nwail his ucxl ap- licarancc 10 in cus- The Travel Association of and Convenlion ?rn Alberta was remanded in cuslody Fri-1 allnua] convcnlion ol'. lnc association's hislorj. on a charge cf possession of; (llc school trustees a5-! He said lhe association liar oannnbis aflcr HID provincial j which began loday in made submissions on at Icasl Edmonlon i nine reports as well ns U'ider- llarr.kl Gu'-iclcrson. jiresidcnt: lakint; detailed studies of ils )vll; ,hs of Ihc ASTA promised Wcrlh is own in a mimlior of areas. for lls i-dnnii: i T-I i ii f. year Tucsdav al the Mar- pi elly lougn "The past year has also been J marked by improved commnni- Mr. said he is wil'h Ih.c governmenl." deeply concerned, wilh o social-, have established a pood isl lince lo Ihc rcporl. j vappnvl the school boards losphy. il csrtaiiilv will never i minislcr of he accused of being right of 1 said Mr. Gnnderson. SCUFF BLACK, j Certified Denial BLACK DENTAL LAE MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. lower Level PHONf .127-2829 SAMSON DOMINION DECORATOR 8 SPEED PUSH BUTTON BLENDERS 52-oz. capacity jug. Colors: avocado, harvest gold, wectgwood blue. SPECIAL Call Housewares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN quis Hotel at p.m. A chanpe lhe by-law wlic-crs the board mcrlinc he'd cvcrv month in Icdy hccRiisc of llic info'inalion in Wiikolin's report and of [lie alliludc clisplayctl in llic courlrooin. GEORGE and ROD SAY Wo check your prcscriplion in iwcnly wnys HERE'S TWO MORE 9. Clirrk willi doctor on possihlo i ppcol of tonlrollpcl riruqs. 10 Mnrl oul of lown ordcu frCC, no postngo cliorgn. Woltli for 10 nmrp procoriurcr. Safe (3rivers awards DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Unit] Mcilicnl Bltln. Slli Si. 5. 601 6lli Avo. S. Frro Dolivory Call 328-6133 Call 327-3364 drivers Sundiiy fnr ai'cidonl- h-ci.1 ('.-ivin.q records Inliilling IM UOIT prrscnlod at I ho fiirl hriinch" liold joinlly hy Canadiiin and (lie Nalinnnl Safoly Council r.i I lit' Holiday Inn. Si rand, l.cllibridi'o h-rnijiial manager for Cnna- dian I-'roijihlways, .says 1 li o awards breakfasl be held a year. The safe driving Io AHred IVd.rini. IfiNl HIM Ave. N.. for IS years of accident-free lo (ilenn HiilledRe, IOIH Illh SI. S., for, 111 years accident free drh inn; lo Arvil Sillilo. :Min nih centre, said Mr. Gundcrpon in! "He has hern listening carc- an interview The Herald. the rlcclcd rcpre5cnla- U coams awfully close to Uie lives of the people." of socialist Mr Gundci-son said the hc- said. j eminent has not just supported Ulr. Gunderson said he is dis- local autonomy bul il pi-adieus lurhpd hy llic fact lhat Dr. it preaches. AVcrlh. now deputy minister of I ndvanccf1. education, described his rcnort as a choice of futures and then elicse lhe fill lire we should the person cen- tred society. "1 plan in question this and a In! of rlhev hypothesis in the ro-orl." raid IMr, tii'iidcrson. "We arc going to pive Worth the be.- 1 examination he's ever had.'1 Another convention delegate who asked lo remain anon- ymous said he Ihinks Or. will gol a real over and 1 think he deserves il. I'll he inlores'.et' io see if he comes oul The (til) deleiiiiles arc expect- ed lo deal wilh more than 70 resolutions during I lie conven- tion which concludes Wednes- day. One of the main resolutions is one uhich would see lhe chool year in Alberta adjusted AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING Alcon Refrigernlion Ltd. For I'-c besl buy in year raund Comfort Phone 327-5816 TUESDAY SPECIAL! SNAK PAK The proposal is lo and Ave. N'.. II yi-iirs: lo Kin-I have Kchiml open Augusl rution, I olhhridj'.i'. iiinr May and lo Marion I'ionlck, lillli, The rr.solulion is In I 28lli SI, S., years. encounlcr stiff opposition he- 2 Pieces Deliciou Fred Chicken, Gc'drn Brown Fnnji Tries TUESDAY ONLY AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. Regular Tuesday Evening Sale NOV. 7 P.M. 1964 BEL AIRE CHEVROLET STATION WAGON Automatic 283. Power brakes and in good running order. lappon c'eclric range willi digli oven aud Fa" ilorcgc in A J 25 go I. glcss bnrd gcis vvolar donlcr; bcauliful block Icoll'crc'lc Dodcicd bar; radio rfcoid pinyrr lovely modcrn dinciic iuifc; chrcnir table cliromo kilciicn sivai coal oil lice let; crib- brds and n-icllfcssci.; wringer waste's; 3 clcdrc fans; loi1; of ccmr! underlay; floor lamps; plaslic mounting bars fr.r winnow styling; rcnl gcod iadd'r; 11 yt ar I wo o'coi cobincl i2'x3M; hollcry clunropr; wood clamp; good st-icilion of field-, ond rnngcj; play licrsc; visions roll a way co'; storm door.- golr; lic-n'd chinn ccbincl; 16 (l. house Irailor, windows and screens; old ook 5 drawer legal filing cabinet; car bed. vacuum Md- o( ing mac'iinf; cool sk-irlllf; tuitnin llrclclicis; clvn kinds c( gcirdcn and many more If lo list. 1962 CAPRI FORD 2 DOOR WITH NEW TIRES 6 cylinder stnnnnrd w'tli now lircs. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AUCTION BARN Phone 327.1222 2508 Avo. N. Auelioncr-r: J. KANAVVISCHER lie. REED HAWTHORNE Soles Ropirconlfiltvft ;