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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ,14 THE UTHSRItG- HERALD Monday, November 8, 1971 Fleetwood-Bawdeii students' teach-in on Ainchitka lest liope for future' liy RON CALIMVKLl, Slaff Writer I had a visit on Saturday morning. It was six hours before the Amchitka bomb was set to go Like many people, my vis- itors were worried about Am- chitka, what it might do and what it could mean to the fu- ture of mankind. They spoke with conviction about nuclear fallout, en- vironmental danger, interim- Teachers plan strike vott in south region next 1 a stnnv as possibly the last f hope for survival. j "The world sure would bs i belter off if Iherc weren't any Ihe John, mouths of Military dinner with general officers, staff and militia members won't likely leave city civilian-military dinner told There is lilt bridge will be ly off the n- prcn ide-'i a itv effort is in; 20'th Indercnik RCA 'M'. the unit that sir.-v: eh a nee Let h-j ing federal pi'd complete-1 ity program, e army map lcd commun- This was tiie assurance given j bridge by high-ranking Western Can- I Tin1 1 u> support (lw j ada militia and regular force Field Battery officers at a civilian-military niv Lethbridge i iness dinner at the Kenyo.i ii a ui-'-reach- Field armory Saturday. The overnment austcr-j affair was arranged to discuss RCA (M) with headquarter.-; at Ihe future of the militia in Loth- Lethbridge, praised the militia Simp teachers in be set about Nov. 12 after Southern Alberta School Bow Valley vote has been ih uities Association region expected to cast strike Ackerman said it "will around the middle of a minimum of seven days" month. Lethbridge is not complete the voting in Ihe cluded in the rural districts of southern Al- T r a n k Ackerman. upie-senlalive of the a big r.rea and there are Teachers' Association, said the j a of teachers M te will hopefully he area involved includes -hutlj after teachers in school districts south of Vul- Valley have completed and Brooks. strike are several complex is- i The Bow Valley vote is still unresolved in the dis- for Nov. including the controver- Mr. Ackerman said he has been advised by the board of industrial relations that the southern Alberta vote will be conducted "on the heels" of the Bow Valley vote. "I don't, know how soon consultation clause. "We have heard indirectly that they may be going to make a new offer on the consultation said Mr. Ackerman. "But we don't know if there is anything to the report or not." the heels' said teachers have been with- a new working agreement "But 1 expect a definite more than a year. tional relations and Ihe fu- tility of weapons and bombs. My visitors were 11 years old. Joey Hammond and John Long came into The Herald office to tell me about a leach-in they had organized and conducted at Fleetwood- Bawdcn Elementary School. crofaStostidrat-' Nick lectured to Grade 4, 5 and 6 students about the Amchilka bomb from a platform in the school music room. meet tonight Little interest shown so i'as in dosing of shops hylaw In an effort to stir up some drafted alon; is no plot to destrov J s falP or remove the militia from alarmed citizens would demand reaction to the proposed new closing of shops bylaw, City So- also paid tri- i John Hammond has sent The cutback in militia and regular forces was necessary, lie said, to operate within a limited budget. M i Con in erv Thu: Mondav sipne takf 11 i which i i' mectm; i T p i l n i er for i u an uivit i i join m n Lies D TI e -1 PI -vol ae I Ir l l t1 (.r] unm Ml ro KC u 1 d 3u s ed to Are Von Comin'? The Herald. Lethbridge, Alberta no later than Tuesday preceding the Thursday to be announced. TUESDAY. .Nov. 5 at 7 p.m.: Navy League Wrenette Corps will'be mcetL'ig ai the Ship at 10th Ave. and St. S Any girl between the ages of 13 and 13 is welcome- For further in- formation tails or 327- G i rmichijig in the Remembrance ev- Day parade on Nov. 11. u WTDNESDAY, Nov. at 8 p m Junior Achievement will meet in tiie ball across frem citv hall. Any ed as though it would be fold- ed completely." Mayor Andy Anderson who.; along with Lethbridge MLA John Anderson and Brig. W. Appealing for support of the j Huckvale, Lethbridgc's senior Lethbridge battery in a pro-; military officer, beaded the gram built on total involve- j largest list of civic and mili- ment with the community, theitary dignitaries in Lethbridgo's Calgary lawyer observed that post-war history, offerer! to somehow the militia and the keep the lines of cMinmnniiTi- i mg person in high school is. community in many areas bad tion open between tiie cilv to join Achievement. THURSDAY, Nov. 11 at p n There will be no meet- ing of the Army Cadets as they vi 1 be marching in the Re- membrance Day parade. Junior lost touch in the last 111 years. Pledging full military co-op- cration. (ien. Howard said co- operation at the grassroots level necessary, adding "let's work together to restore disabilities film Nov. 9 A special film on learning dis- Lethbridge and the military battery- and expressed hope that Lethbridge soon would be elevated to regimental status again. The mess dinner, arranged regimental status to Loth- by a committee headed by Col. bridge." j Fred T. King, the battery's hon- Brip.-Gen. C. ,f. A. Hamilton, I orary colonel, was attended by commander of No. 1 Combat j military personnel and civilians CommiUec for an Independent Group with headquarters at i from many Alberta points in-: Canada Tuesday at 3 pm. in Calgary, traced the new struc-1 c lud i n g Edmonton, the Windsor Room of the Park- lure of the armed forces, ex- j Lethbridge, P i n c h c r Creek. I Phza Motor Hotel. _, .u.i .L- _ ''Fort Macleod and Medicine: Mr. Hurtig is a member of Hat- (he naiional steering commit- The Lethbridge represents- j tee of the CIC and has reccnt- uon included Chief Judge L. S. j Iv spoken in nine provinces on nesses which would be affected by the bylaw. He asked each proprietor receiving a copy to of the aldermen and requested I communicate with fellow busi- their reactions to it. He said so i ncssmcn and inform him of j far, little response or interest their response to the bylaw. I has been shown. The new bylaw has been Copies of (he bylaw arc, available in Mr. Hammond's i office on the main floor of cilv I hall. He is hoping the bylaw will be on the Nov. 22 agenda for council's consideration. Ihink hack to whjn I was 11 years old. Bicycles, baseball, candy bars and comics ruled my life Ihen. If there were nu- clear weapons and such such things around at that time, f certainly didn't know about it in fact. Fir. not even sure I knew who the president of the United States was. But these kids know this and much more, and so do hundreds like them. For this, I am hopeful. Hopeful that in the painful growing years ahead such youngsters will maintain their enthusiasm for reason and will not succumb to Uie time-worn adult excuse for apathy that it's a fact of life. Many adults shamelessly express this as a reason (o accept without question, like a passive donkey, such things as pollution and war. There is only one fact of life and that is that it will not last forever. Anything and everything else can be "v'j cnanBed if people simply de- cide to throw off their pro- tective cloak of non-involve- ment. The fact that these young people are conerned and are not afraid to express tb3ir concern should be grasped I like a drowning man' grasps j Bill Oleksy will be "grunt counter" at Ihe weekly Toast- masters Club meeting toniglit ;al in Ihe Park Plaza Mo- tor A "grunt counter'' is respon- i sible for spotting all the "all's" that .speakers sometimes use in speeches, which may te dis- tracting to ihe audience. i The speakers (or the meeting are John Stanley. Bemie Lar- sen. John Leskosky and Eric i Campbell. Chairman is Dick Bateman 'and toastmastcr is Gem1 Wright. Bob Ackerman is grammar- ian. It will be his duty to spol i grammatical errors "that Uie i toastmasters make in their speeches existing bylaw, with Wednesday afternoons closed. There are some differences, however, dealing with a stricter defini- tions for shops which would be required to adhere to the rules set down in the various clauses. Mr. Hammond also provided copies of the new: draft for eacl I Waterton [lessees moot A special meeting to review the lease hold and land rental i policies in Waterton Lakes Nfe- tional Park was set for the Civic Sports Centre today at Line North, a specialist in assessments, met with lease l holders from Waterton to dis- cuss the matter. I Based in Montreal. Mr. North iwas retained by the federal government to review all poll- i cies for all of Canada's na- tional parks. Alberta publisher to speak tONDON BRIDGE IN ARIZONA. For onoiher view of tendon in her new home in Ariiono, be sure to see cartoon- j ist Ben impressions, this Saturday In your Lethbridge Herald Weekend i: Edmonton publisher Mel Hur- lt, v.in spcak at a meeting of M Lethbridge branch of the plaining that the militia and j the regular army now are one I force, not separate identities as I they once were. abilities in children will b shown at the Lakeview school Col. Vincent Cook of Winni-1 Turcotte, Terry Bland', chain-: Canada's future as" an indepen- peg, representing Brig.- I ber of commerce president and j dent country and reform of the Cam Barnes and ichester. Gen. J. L. Summers of S'aska- aldermen toon, commander of the Prai- j C. W. Chic WEDNESDAY. Nov. 10 at p.m.: Navy League will be meeting at the Ship at 10th! Ave. and 17th St. S. Boys 1! to i 13-years-old are invited to join I the corps. For further informa- tion phone to Sas- who The crack band of the Prin- cess Patricias Canadian Light em- j Infantry based at Calgary pro- of vided dinner music. Master of Aldiston, read-j Prized the importanc punuc scnoot I c o m m u j t j. militia affairs. _......._ Lt.-CoI. R. A. Jacobson, one- i mander whose promotion to the time commanding officer of the rank of major was announced on an quesUo Uie au have g I8th Field Artille'T Regiment at the dinner. WEDNESDAY, No, 10 at I political system. I He is a member of the edi- torial board of the Journal of Canadian Studies. While in Lethbridge Mr. Hur- l tig will addresss the Southern Alberla Council on Public Af- fairs at its noon meeting Tues- day. the meeting is open to the public. being or- ganized by the Lakeview home and school association, is to make people aware that a prob- lem exists and that it can be solved. The film will be shown in Ihe pm.: There will be no Air Ca- j school auditorium. The general det meeting due to the cadets public is invited to attend. p.m.: Winston Churchill will be having a drama night at the Yales Memorial Centre. Admis- sion is for adults and 50 cents for students. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 10 at Assured mail' delivery on TINTED LIP GLOSS Nowoct excitomcnt In llpmakors... color and high gloss combiner) In one slick loxlure. A glistening wot look to wear alone or over lipsticks. Why not slip into something rcora beautiful like...Slip 0' Pink, Siip 0' Melon, Slip 0' Coral, Slip 0' Mauve, Slip O1 Roso or Slip 0' Bronze, MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE COLLEGE MAIL 328-1525 IVi'n line lor posting. aiKl depo-lr :t the other transporters in Calgary. When mail is coming to Leih- rue MICCCSS of the assured-1 it has been flown in fur mnnv mail delivery program, through i rain and sleet and bows and j 1." iarows. is wholly dependent1 Tlmc Alr in Lethbridge upon Time Air- mail l'P at the post office at :i Ltd. I time determined by Ihe rieati- Timu Air has hnishod a mcnth long indoclrinat i o n period for the now plan, and now is the official mail carrier both in and out of Ihe city. Iniated officially Nov. 1. the now mail service has been i fpl. up to provide citizens in i Lethbridge with next day de- i the post office receives it i livery for all first class mail I i posted by a certain deadline. I j The cities involved include i j Calgary. Cranbrook, Edmonton, i IxMhbridgc, Medicine Hat, Re- pina. Saskatoon, Vancouver and Winnipeg. Other centres in southern Al- boita will also be affected. Waller R. (Stuhb) Ross, pres- ident of Time Air said the mail The mail amve.s in bridge on the p.m. flight in time for the afternon de- livery. ''Experience gained during the experimental period showed us tht1 mail amounts to about 200 pr.tmds per day under the new .system." said Mr. Ross. This doesn't mean any ad- bridge, the other transporters ditional work for the staff, since deposit it with the Time Air we always have carried mail ticket counter in Calgary for to Lethbridge but it is an addi- the trip to Lcthhndgc. where I tional service we can provide for the citizens Public hearing tonight on K.A.B.O. Holdings matter A public hearing has been j an offer by K A.B.C. to sell the set for Nov. fl on a hylaw which about nine acres at leaves the city on the s'zYp in' I woul'l allow the city lo oxpro- "'ns nt lnal flight to Calgary, where it is i priate certain land' owned by transferred to oilier methods of Ir'uisporlation. i ft is flown to the cast and west destinations and trucked to fitd Deer and Edmonton, all in time for 1.1m delivery tiie next day. lie said Ihis is the first lime m.'.il has bien carried out of by Time, ilthough pri K.A.B.O. Holdings Ltd. n e a r North Mayor Magralh Drive be- tween 3rd and 5lh N. expressed his intention of ask- jnj, tn bcgin expropriation The bylaw, which will be in- Thc land in question has been troduood at Ihe council mect- the subject of negotiations be- tween the city and K.A.Ii.O. Holdings for some time. A pro- posed ro alignment of Nnrlh Mayor Magralh Drive r u n s through tho property. Sept. 20, city council refused ing Monday at ft p.m., would authorize the city to purchase all the land for If lhat amount is not agreed upon by K.A.B.O.. Ihe Public Utilities Commission will determine the amount tho cily should pay. In LETHBRIDGE: 6l3-4l1i Avenue South Telephone 328-4214 ;