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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Youngest black belt The youngest black belt in karate in Daryl Brooker of who was 13 on Nov. demonstrates the martial art with his sister 18. He started karate at the age of eight to help overcome that nearly choked me to and won his black karate's top level when he was 12. Municipal government future said at stake DRY Serve it straight and icy cold right out of the i refrigerator-with I buffet supper or canapes. It is also good in cocktails First distilled in 1846. EDMONTON Municipal governments in Alberta must take a serious look at themselves and decide which direction they are going to Bob Social Credit house said Thursday. Mr Clark told the annual convention of the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties that the future of municipal govern- ment is at stake. Municipal governments in rural Alberta face three op- he said. They could maintain the status modify the present form of government to improve its effectiveness or establish large regional governments as suggested by professional planners Mr. Clark favored the se- cond but said this would necessitate more co- ordination among rural governments. Relationships between towns and and municipal districts and counties be sharpened and there must be closer co-operation. Clarence minister of told the association the provincial government will soon introduce an experimental rural driver training program The program is expected to be in full operation in the fall of 1974 and will involve the use of mobile Mr. Copithorne said. SCHOOL BUSES Education Minister Lou Hyndman told the convention a major provincial study into the operation of school buses in Alberta will be completed by the end of this month. The report will be the basis of a new provincial school bus policy which-will likely be an- nounced next he said. Mr. Hyndman said he does not expect massive increases in the current province-wide school bus budget of million. the objective will be to get more value for the with possibilities such as common school bus garages and bulk fuel buying to be explored. The report also will deal with the identification of school a matter dis- cussed briefly by Mr Copithorne There is growing concern in rural Alberta that school buses are no longer as easy to identify as in the since a number of buses are finding their way into the second-hand market for use other than the transportation of school children. Instead of making it man- datory to repaint these as requested by some rural the government may require that school buses carrying children be equipped with permanently-flashing warning Mr. Copithorne said. Teacher wage issue settled GRANDE PRAIRIE The issue of teachers' salaries for 1973-74 in the city has been the superintendent of the Grande Prairie school system said yesterday. A memorandum of agree- ment was signed at a meeting of the public school board. The worked out with the Alberta Teachers' provides the 171 teachers with a salary increase of 9.2 per cent retroactive to Sept. 1. LAST CHANCE To Enter the Big Contest it Our Now Store FIRST SONY COLOR TV Qtt an Entry Blank From Any Cashitr No Purchase Necessary Closes 5 Nov. Women guards may join prison staff Mont. The Montana State Prison may someday have to hire women says Warden Roger Crist. Crist says laws that forbid job discrimination because of sex could result in the employment of a female guard. He reports that the prison accepts applications from anyone but adds any woman hired must be able to do the same job as a man. The warden says several women already work in the administration a heavy security and two female nurses work in the less heavily guarded prison hospital slgHtS I1CW of November 1f73 THI LITHSMID4E HMALQ 5 for resolving energy dispute EDMONTON Don Alberta's inter- governmental affairs min- said Thursday that federal Energy Minister Donald Macdonald's on oil royalties may contain the potential for resolving the Alberta-Ottawa energy dis- pute. Mr. Getty was commenting in an interview on a statement by Mr. Macdonald to a Com- mons committee Wednesday. The energy minister invited Canada's oil-producing provinces mainly Alberta and Saskatchewan to increase their oil royalties. Mr. Macdonald added that the establishment of provin- cial marketing boards charg- ing higher royalties or tax- es on production could if not the federal government's controversial oil export tax. Mr. Getty said Alberta is because we've been to this stage Conservation VICTORIA The provincial government will announce today its energy conservation plan to help combat the growing energy says Public Works Minister Bill Hartley. It had been announced that the expected to involve turning thermostats down a few degrees in government buildings and shutting off lights. The current federal position on oil marketing is similar to a position discussed by Alberta and Ottawa only four days before the federal government increased its ex- port tax on crude oil to from 40 said the provin- cial minister. This apparent reversal o' the federal government's stance resulted in the Alberta government rutting off further energy talks with Ot- tawa. Mr. Getty wouldn't say that the latest federal approach would lead to resumption of want to see some explanations for the series of apparent changes in attitude and The province still plans to proceed with its debate on energy policy in the legislature beginning Dec. which includes a revised royalty structure and may deal with creation of a provin- cial energy marketing board. SAND GRAVEL lASPHALT UOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL ConttrucUon Co. LM. PHONE decked our stores with Foods at The Christmas holiday is uppermost in homemakers' minds these days. But so is how to prepare for the big holiday with a btidget already weakened by gift We have been very busy stocking our stores with many selections at low prices to help you shop at savings We have lots of things to buy ahead for the holiday for busy-day meals for home baking and for gift giving. Let us help you get ready for Christmas shopping at SEE OUR 4-PAGE COLOR FLYER IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD NOV. 14th. LOAD UP THE SPECIALS GROUND COFFEE SAFEWAY ALL PURPOSE 11D. FRESH BREAD POLLY ANN WHin or BNWN SLICED 2012. Mtwt.lMl ...................US I MUSHROOM SOUP CAMPBELLS CONDENSED 10 fl.oz. tin ................................U R I SODA CRACKERS 7pc BUSY BAKER SALTED or UNSALTED 2 li. ICE CREAM .49 MOW STM. VMILU. CHOCOUTE. KAfOUTM. 6 Ut B.C. APPLES O.79 Canada Cee Grade Red or Golden Delicious 15 Ib. vu pak etn. SPECIAL PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbrldge Nov. 16 17 BEEF ROAST Standing Rib Canada Grade A Beef SPECIAL ..........Ib. 1 .39 FRYING CHICKEN Frozen Cut Tray Pack SPECIAL ..........Ib. 69 0 WEINERS Bulk SPECIAL ...........Ib. 85 0 GRAPEFRUIT MORE SPECIALS HERE Florida Red or White Size 48's SPECIAL 9.1 .00 JAPANESE MANDARINS ORANGES MANDARINS 0.09 Approx. 9 Ib. box Safeway Price MARGARINE EMPRESS CORN ML CHOCOLATES LOWNEYSMAMSGHIWCHEIIKSUlz.Ntwt.iii I APPLESAUCE 4'ooc SUN-HYPECMUOAFANCY 14II.U.III............................f CHOC. PUFFS For Health Beauty ANACIN TABLETS .Ot M.1S DRISTAN TABLETS DeconjHMtant btle. of 50 SAFEWAY PRICE ea I VITAMIN TABLETS s 4 SAFEWAY MICE M. ASA TABLETS SAFEWAY PRICE M. SAFEWAY PRICES DETERGENT Bold Powdered 5 Ib. box St.1t LIQUID CLEANER Mr. Clean 32 fl. 02. btle. CONDENSED MILK Eagle Brand 14 02. net wt. tin ........470 LEMON JUICE Sunkist 8Vk fl. 02. btle. VEGETABLE JUICE Campbells V-8 19 fl. 02. tin .....S for Mo VEQ. SHORTENING Crlsco 1 Ib. pkg. ROASTING FILM I 4 OH u C ..J- PAMPERS DISPOSABLE DIAPERS at Safeway Prices DAYTIME Pkg OVERNITE PK9.0M2 t NEWBORN Pkg TODDLER Pkg. CateJIi Products at Safeway Prices LONG SPAGHETTI 16oz. Mtwt. pkg...... R.C. MACARONI 16 M. rwtwt. pkg...................... TOMATO SAUCE 14 01 tin MEAT SAUCE For Spaghetti 14 n. oz tin SPAGHETTI SCE. witnMuthroomtun oz tin WE RESERVE THE MIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;