Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
_ THE IETHDRIDGE HEUAID Wetlnesdoy, November 17, !971 Trustees should resign EDMONTON (C'P) School trustees should learn teller urn-: plover employee relations or, i be'forced to resign says Ihe Alberta Teachers' j The ATA in a brief to Edu-: cation Minister L'JU Hynrimni urged that "trustees who arc unaware of modern personnel practices, either he re-educated to these concepts or he relieved of the responsibility for ediica- tion." The ATA said many trustees have interpreted local auton- j only as meaning that they have the exclusive right in decision-j making. "We believe that the concept of local autonomy also includes teachers within the sphere of definiiion of the ATA said. "We submit thai all erects affecting a teacher's work r.nd his occupational destiny are ne- gotiable between teachers and their employers.1' The ATA stand has been re- flected this year in negotiations across the province, with teach- ers demanding inclusion of con- sultsnon druses in their con- tracts with boards. MACLEOD Plane HORSEPLAY Premier Alex Campbell of P.E.I, claps his hands over the eyes of Prem- ier William Davis of Ontario as the premiers get into position for a formal portrait at GovTnm-nt House in Ottawa. Premier Allan Blakeney of Saskatchewan (top right) and Premier G-rald Regan of Nova Scotia (bottom right) don't seem to notice the horseplay. Clerk up Price probe -ejects commission costs plenty BRISTOL. Enclar.c! 'CP) An alert girl clerk in a Toronto bank was instrumental in break- ing up a ?2fAOCO swindle in travellers cheques. a prosecutor told Bristol assies. She idcr.t if ier 1 as Ann Mcrea. and court officials said j today sh? is employed at a King i Government oo back of brewers T0710NTO -d1' The head of hreumg industry. predict a tremendous growth in that product in Hie he j says it will stand an even better I chance if ihc government docs not interfere. Kenneth La very, new prcsi-' dent and chief executive officer of the Brewers Association of; Canada, said in an interview thai the brewing industry is one of the mcsL government-con- trolled hiiFine.sscs in Canada. For one thine, he said, it is taxed million in J969. He said one of the reasons for the increased popularity of beer m Canada is the liberalization of drinking laws in most of the provinces, adding that beer is the principal alcoholic beverage of younger people. Mr. Luvery said even the So- net. Union, known for its vodka, i.s regarding boor as the drink of moderation. The Russian gov- ernment is planning to build 50 breweries and encourage beer consumption as an answer to a growing problem of alcoholism. He said Canada, particularly Ontario, has one of the finest distribution systems for beer in the world. It does not face the littering problems of the United States, lie said. In Canada, about 97 per cert of returnable beer bottles are recycled through the brew- eries. Stree; office of the Bank Nova Scotia. Fair London men are accused here of conspiring with otiiers to defraud American Express travellers cheques to have beet, forged in a ccltage in Somerset County. Prosecutor John Hall told the court that Miss Mcrca became suspicious when an American called at her bank and tried to cash a travellers cheque for S30U. He carried a British poit in the name of H. D. F. Smithson. The prosecutor said she called a security guard who found that the man had six other WOO cheques, al! forged. Hall read a statement in whJch Alan Stewart Wright, a photographer, was quoted as saying he was blackmailed helping forge the cheques be- cause of threats to his mistress, who was six months pregnant. The statement also said that Hall was promised and two other ir.cn pleaded not guilty to the charge of conspiracy to defraud. A fourth man pleaded guilty _ The trial continues. The two-year-old commission had spoilt S3, 435. 527 to Sept. 15, second only to the royal com- mission en bilir-gualism and bi- The life of tha in- comes ccmmissicn ha> been ex- tended to next June 3fl B and B. among the 21 royal stopped at the base to refuel cr fcrnial commis- sions of inquiry launched since Liberals tco1: office in 1963, spent Th: '21 commissions, their ccs! arc! their chairmen uere listed in a v.riiten Commons reply here to a question by Power fails j for 10 minulo I EDMONTON (CPi Large parts of Edmonton were j out power for 10 minutes Tues- 1 day after a relay went OUT for j an undetermined reason at Etl- i morion power's clover bar gen- station. I The failure affected the west end and the north part of down- I town. Henri Latulippe Hanking third in expense was the inquiry into the ncn-medical j of drags under Gerald Le a Toronto lawyer. It cost S2.3 million to Oct. 15 and is expected to file i's final report later this year. i The commi.-oions have cov- ered everything from Gerda Mimsinger. the Munich blonde became a political bomb- shell in 1866. lo the state of jus- 1 (ice in Hay River. N.W.T. INQUIRY .NOT COSTLY The inquiry into the Munsin- i gcr affair as a possible security scandal east only An aircraft crash, working conditions in the pest office, the I status o[ women, farm machin- ery ccs.s. Indian claims, mail transport in Montreal, fish mar- keting, labor un- Lethbridge hearing idate set Electrocuted al Oaigmyle CRAIGMYU-: fCP) Zern, 27. of Drumheiler. was electrocuted when a boom touched a high voltage line on a bridge four miles northeast of here. Craigmyle is 80 miles southeast of Red Deer. derwent scrutiny. Trn of the 21 inquiries were left by judges. N'cl, is the royal com- on pilotage, was established in the early by ihrn prime minister -Joiu Dici- enbaker. S.ill putting together a final volume of a re- port on marine pilotage, it is the gramlarkiy of inquires. !Samper program (liscoiiliniicd MI-TKT; RBdlNA 'CD Otto Lanp. minister in ch.-irgn of the Ca- Jewish leader nadifin board, said hci'e he can readily see, I he need for, MONTREAL iCP> Winni- a wheat board office in Kefiinn. i peg lawyer So] K a n cc was Mr. was commentinf< in' elected national president of an interview on a suggestion! the Canadian .lewisli C'nniiress by the P.illiscr Wheat Crow-', at, its. Jfith annual c-r.s. here. year-old program of delivering Christmas hampers to needy Trost said, adding that inter-! cstcd parlies such as mine oner- Chief May denied earlier re- perls that one ivason Ihe plan THIS CHILD NEEDS A HOME. A family Is A Child's Bosl Gift. And to o Viotnompsr child, il may mrinn savinrj his lift... Children if, Vietnam hovo only n .10 prrrnnt rlionun of livina until tht-ir third birthday. for orphans, the sur- vival situation is fvrtn worsp. That's why Canadian families plains rG" IN YOUR IETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE was that some ncipionts were selling their hampers to buy liquor Me said the decision was taken because firemen weren't able to pick out their oun list of, needy people-gelling Ihc I Pf'i'i.s of 'he province." names from other sources in-! The commission, with vice- si cad--and the department chairman Paul Babey. former thought the program might be president of Unifarm, and Dr. heller handled by Iliose directly involved in welfare assistance. The department slill is col- Stuart Smith, previously fish and wildlife director, has visit- ed most of Ihe present strip Icctinc toys for children mining operations in Alberta at Clirislmas. handing them in addition lo similar areas in the United Stoics and West Gcr-1 ilOiiiJti'iUUUfl OSJOli THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY LANDER'S-CREME RINSE-BATH OIL-SHAMPOO 64 oz. EDMONTON ,'CP) A ted Navy Intruder air- craft crashed near Edmonton International Airport Tuesday soon alter taking off from the Canadian Forces Base at Na- mao. Tl-.a four-man crew ejected safely They were picked up within mrr.t commission since B and minutes by helicopters aided i i by RCMP and emergency ve-1 WILLO PAK 3 hides from the International! Airport. The craft plummeted j into an open field five miles j southwest of Ellerslje. j A spokesman for the CFB mao said the twin-jet aircraft was on a routine flight and 2 en route home to Whidbcy Is- land Naval Air Station in Wash- j ington. A spokesman at Whidbcy Is- land, (JO miles south of Vancou- ver, has identified the men as Cmdr, James 0. Harmon. Lt. Cmdr. Wayne A. Martin, Lieut. Junior Grade Michael A. Allen, all of Oak Harbor, Wash, and airman Roy Levean of -St. John, Mich. The crew was returned to Na- mao after the pickup suffering only "superficial the spokesman said. MIR SPRAY BORN FREE PROTEIN MARSHMALLOW PIES 12's 2 EDMONTON (CP) Hie fast resurgence of Alberta's coal industry has accelerated; the need for reclamation legis- lation, says Dr. Walter Trost. j Dr. Trost, chairman of the I Alberta Environment Conser- i vaCion Authority, made the j comment at a news conference j announcing the dates of public bearings into the effect of strip mining on the environmem. j The hearings are scheduled Dec. 13 at Grande Prairie. Dec. i 15 in Lethbridge. Dec. 17 in Ed-1 I mnnton and Dec. 21 in Calgary. NKW ACT PLANNED Dr. Trosl, former academic vice president of the I'niver- I sity of Calgary, said Environ- i ment Minister Bill Yurko has requested a submis-sion from j the authority in time to allow STO.VKY CIIKEK. Out. (CD changes to proposed legislation I firemen in this small com-i which will be presented at the; munity near Hamilton have de-' spring session of the legislature, i cided to discontinue Ihcir five- "We do feel Dr. TOOTHPASTE FAMILY.......... UIT SALTS LOWNEY'S CHERRY area families. I'ire Chief Syd I ators and game and fish asso- Mav said here cisiions. already had been ad- j vised of the intention to hold the four hearings across Ihe province. lie said Ihe government wants to introduce a new act dealing with surface reclamation and' 100's 5 the public hearings will ensure t "input is available from all MACLEOD CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 327-4240 .over to the Salvation Army [or I distribution, he said. many.