Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
HOCKEY WEEKEND Book Now for our Next Hockey Weekend Jan. 28, 29 and 30th. limited Space Availablo........... ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 The Lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTIONLelhbridgc, Alborla, Monday, November 22, 1971 PACES 9 TO 20 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY SHOP 3rd Ave., M.M. Drive S. Phone 328-8161 "The Pioneer end Leading Retail Shop in Lethbridge" FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS Young, old on council agenda Local citizens al both ends of (he age scale will receive city council's attention tonight at a regular meeting beginning at 7 p.m. A delegation from the Golden Mile Senior Citizens Centre is scheduled to present a brief to council outlining a proposed ex- pansion of the recreation pro- gram and facilities for senior citizens. Council will also consider keeping the old Central School open at least until late spring, 1972 for use as a youth centre. City Manager Tom Nutting has submitted a report by the community services depart- ment evaluating the need for such a centre and recommend- ing programs which could be beneficial to the young people. Mr. Nutting suggests the pro- ject, initiated in early October, be continued in a co-ordinated program involving the YMC'A, and the community services de- partment. Other items on the agenda in elude: third reading of a bylaw to establish a community ser- vices advisory committee; third reading of the pro- posed closing of shops bylaw; a request by the Arena Development Committee to consider hiring one of two firms to conduct a feasibility study on the construction of a new ice arena. The meeting will be held in council chambers and is open to the public. Music on sale Special grants available An grant to provide off-farm jobs in agricultural processing industries in rural Alberta was announced V.'ednesday by Hugh Horner, agricultural minister. The grant is available to ru- ral districts which traditionally have a bigger unemployment problem than anywhere else in the province. There have been no applica- tions from any rural districts to get money from the grant fund which can be used in the establishment or expansion of processing industries to provide off-farm jobs. The Lethbridge Symphon; Association is engaged in "of eration telephone call." Tlie Symphony Ladies ar now in the process of contactin all past season ticket holder to encourage them to buy thei season tickets ss soon as possi We. The association's first concert will be held Dec. 6 at Yates Memorial Centre. The Symphony association de- cided Wednesday to change the price of rush seats (seats on sale at the door) to from On hand al the meeting was Waller Goerzen, director of the Symphony Choir. The choir will participate in two of the series of four concerts. The choir's first performance will be in the second concert, scheduled for Jan. 31, 1972. After one week of ticket sales, the symphony now has 350 seats still available. Tickets may be purchased from sym- ihony members, chorus mem- iers and from Leister's Music. INDUSTRY SECOND Industry for the sake of hu- manity, not humanity for the sake of industry said W. L. MacK e n z i e King during a speech after winning the Lib- eral Party leadership in Aug- ust. IMS. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 327-2822 Hamilton audio-visuals on tonight The audio-visuals class Hamilton Junior High Scho will stage another public den onstration of its projects tonig at 7 o'clock durng the school regular home and scho meeting. Following the demonstration a panel of parents and studen will debate the worth of audi visuals in the education system The meeting is open to bot parents and students. HOMEWARD BOUND Five members of the Chinook Outdoor Club of Lethbridge ore pictured as they return from one of iheir many weekend hikes. Shown in the picture ore the Castle River Valley, centre and the Spion- kop Ridge to the right. The picture was taken near West Castle Ski Resort about 30 miles southwest of Pincher Creek. Chicken and turkey sales outlook PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL CARPETS PROFESSIONALLY MIST CLEANED 2 ONLY I FT. Offer Expires Nov. 30th, 1971 FAIR SERVICES Phone 327-1272 YOUR BODY CAN'T START OVER There is an old saying that from the moment you are born you start dying and while this may be somewhat extreme, it is essentially a truth- ful statement of fact. But, it is also true that when you take care of your health you can sloage open letter will be mailed; o householders in Lethbridge I nd Medicine Hat by school rustees in the two cities, ex- the current situation ith teacher negotiations. The Lethbridge and Medicine [at school boards and teachers ave been bargaining unsuc- cessfully for the past 18 months, and teachers recently i elected to request a govern-' ment supervised strike vote. In announcing the mass mail- ing, which will be carried out Tuesday, trustees explained they were acting to make available as complete informa- tion as possible to their elec- tors, which they felt could not be accomplished effectively in iiy other way. The public and separate school boards in the two cities say they "are strongly in favor of not only consultation but also actual staff participation in the decision making pro- cess." However, they add: "Such consultation, if it is Jo be free from compulsion and if a clim- ate of goodwill is to prevail, should be carried on outside of the collective agreement." The boards also explain that they are willing to accept a conciliation hoard award to teachers concerning s a 1 ary levels ar.d bencfils. but lira leEchers have rejected tha award. "The salaries to be received by most teachers (according lo the conciliation award) will bo comparable to Uiose received by other teachers throughout th'o province. "The maxiimims, however, will be a little lower than these prevailing in Calgary and Ed- monton, hut this has always been the case. These cities have always been able to af- foi'd slightly higher maxi- mums." the trustees state. UNICEF success at Halloween UNICEF Halloween c o 11 e c-, (ions made by children from 13 I of Lethbridgc's elemen t a r y schools totalled More schools took part in llu's UNICEF drive than last year resulting in a 47 per cent" in- crease over the collected j on Halloween last year, said Shirley head of UNICEF in Lethbridge. The total of Lethbridge UNICEF collections including Ihosc made by children on Hal- oween and other donations was This amount is more than the overall total for last year of S1.2iW. 'Last year UNICEF aid went o Nigeria. This year it will directed toward "the plight of pakistam refugees. ileep, and most important, a family physc- ian who you regularly consult for a check-up lo how you ore doing. When you do, you pur odds on your side for Q longer healthier life. Capsules of Wisdom by ROD ond GEORGE: Our Family Record System personaliiei your Prescription history permanently. No bother when you forgot your number. Blue Cross receipts easily supplied when lost. Deol in one Pharmacy for an intact reference for doctor's information. By the way did you know that "IRONY" is when the doctor can't rend handwriting on the wall. DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE Halt, Medical Blclg. 601 6lh Ave. S Call 328-6133 RODNEY 401 5lh St. S. Free Delivery Coll 327-3364 WtN.MK T1IK POOH (Copyright Walt Disney Productions) Winnie the Pooh visits here Tlie world-famous Wait Dis- ney characler, Winnie-thc-Pooh will lie in Lrlhhridfe this week The bouncy bear will visit the children's ward at St. Mi- chael's Hospital Tuesday afler- noon at p.m. and at 3-30 p.m. he will be at tlie Munici- pal Hospital. On Wednesday at in am Vinnie-tho-Pooh will visit chil- dren at Sipton House. AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. SAtE STARTS TOES., NOV. 23rd-7 p.m. Sharp TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Lovely drapes and matching bedspread; Skates; Suit- cases; Mirrors; Children's toys; Clocks; Toilet; Sink ond Fixtures, Strollers; Chrome table; Lamps; Fur mat; Large fi.T rug; Beds; Mattress; Cash register; Adding machines; Number of TVs, Tools; Encyclopedia; Automatic washin machine and wringer washers; Jumper cables; Crib; two cornel backed trunks in good condition; Fridge; Lantern; Book cases; Arborite; Dressing New doors; Chesterfield, Arm chairs; Davenport; U H.P. motors; Baby carrier; Two bundles of wood moulding; 12 ton chain hoist; Pictures; Metal folding chairs; Electric sonder Foot Stools; Step Stools; Cameras; Honda Motor bike with 2 helmets; 2 wheeled hauling trailer. "Movie Camera, Light Bar in Good Condition" Vacuum cleaner; Chairs; Tires and rims; Pots ond Bathroom scale; 5 gallon crock; 5 gallon can adhesive; flirci cage; Buffet; large wooden planter; Fireplace; Sewing machine. Good selection of imports: Jewellery from Spain) Hand-carved deer and ebony wood natives; Hand tool- ed leather purses. FOK FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AUCTION BARN Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Ave. N AUCTIONEERS GORDON SHERWOOD BILL HOPE ________No. 846 No. 845 WELCOME to the GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT 1517 Mayor Magrafh Drive Enjoy the finest of Chinese cuisino in pleasant new surroundings. TAKE OUT ORDERS FREE DELIVERY Phone 328-2525 Mon.-Wcd. 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Thurs.-Sat. 11 a.m. lo 3 a.m. Sun. 11 a.m. to 12 midnight Meet Warren! Warren is our newest sales repre- sentotive, and is well qualified to service your office and stationery needs. He looks forward to meeting our many old and new customers. 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