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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOCKEY WEEKEND Book Now lor our NiiXl Ho-.koy Weokrnd Jan. 28, 29 and 3011.. limited Space Availablo........... ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Villago Mall Phono 328-3201 The lethbridge Herald SliCONIJ SKCTIONUthLiridHf, Thursday, November 25. 1971 PAGES if. TO ll'l a DAY 10 SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE (Special Prices on Bulk Ordt-rij ERiCKSEN'S i 2021 3rd Avo- ph- Wttuelm MM Drivc 323-7751 Winter jobs picture confused Bv RUDY Staff eate a period of heavy iinen? ployment. During heavy unem j ploynicnt people tend to stic.- of jobs will hp created with a job like it or not. for workers this winter, say While lubor and maiKigoin'.n'. Lethbridge management rep-j dispute whether ummjiloymc-t resentalives. in the area will IK The imemployment problem _________ Herald photographer Walter Kerber found one dis- WALL Southern Alberta's on-ag-n, n wins f Crea1ed a spectacular 5Unset in ore onnually heralded by rural burn.ng o grass andI in prep rf tion for the West side bridge will be awhile yet The proposed bridge to the, would also study requirements University of Lethbridge will! for the highway between Fort te quite awhile in the future., Macleod and Monarch, and be- Ctaence Copifhonie. Alberta tween Grassy Lake and Medi- Hat. In reference to highway con- struction, he said the govern- ment is going to attempt to have 72.000-p o u n d arterial highways minister, said in an interview Wednesday. Mr. Copithome said the new government will be undertak- ing studies to determine how the bridge will affect the uni- j who are assigned fivc-veL.. dom groups of drivers and cwill Beforo there is any sign an expiration date to each, sajcl. Licence j however, he said, "there one. The expiration date may fees will probably be increased be anywhere from one to five by 100 per cent._____________ Increases in automobile li- cences are also raider study. :rease, ice j however, he said, "there are some administrative problems to be ironed out." roads linking all major com- versity site. The highways dc-1 munities. 1 partment will be working with The highways department is i the city and university to de- looking at changing speed i termine the best location. limits en Alberta highways.: He said the department j Tho Alberta department will; .----------------------------------------i be doing some careful study but. Mr. Copithome said, "There probably won't be any changes recommended. The highways minister said the government will also con- sider possible changes in leg- i s 1 a t i o n affecting municipal speed limits. At the moment, if a city wishes to change a resi- dential speed limit to 20 m.p.h. it must petition the min- J i ister. Any change of residential speed limits requires that each block so limited be posted. A j blanket limit on an area of sev-1 Municipalities in competition Edmiindson remanded in says task Muaiicipalities in southern Al- berta and throughout the prov- ince are in competition with cne another. The competitive attitude is a dinstinct problem, says John Kcnward, southern Alberta co- force reort will the V.OIM experi enced in years, say IMxir lead- ers. Unemployment will be slight- Iv worse than last >ear, say Canada Manpower oi'iidals. No one knows for sure whether the employment situa- tion in southern Alberta is go- i ing to be good or had this winter. Construction industry repre- sentatives display an impres- sive list of construction ojK'ra- tions already set or being planned for this Manpower officials say there should be lots of construction jobs open this winter and point to a number of federally-spon- sored programs which they feel ivill help reduce the number of j unemployed in the com ing j months. Labor says the list of con- struction jobs displayed is largely based on "possible pro- and that most are of a minor nature which will only employ some of the avail- able numbers of workers look- ing for jobs this winter. The construction industry says labor's point of view de- pends upon its definition of "small jobs." A large percentage of work- ers in the construction fieid is looking for work and the num- bers are steadily swelling, says organized labor. Everyone is unanimous in stating'that the Canadian eco- nomy isn't as well off as it could be. Employers in other industrial fields say the job situation at i present isn't bad and that they a serious problem (hirinr Teachers in U-lhbridge and Medicine for- mally vote Monday on whether to take strike ac- tion to back up their de mands in current contract negotiations. The dote was set by the Board of Industrial Rela- tions late yesterday. The approximately 900 teachers in the two cities will meet with Teachers' Association offi- cials after school today 'o clarify a number of points with respect to the govern- ment-supervised strike vote. 'ill nr: Bocrd of Industrial Rela- tions officials will visit the approximately 50 schools in the t'.vo cities Monday 1o conduct the vote. The vot- ing will be held during school ho-jr1.. There ere Tout is- sues stiil unresolved 'he consultation clause, I grid, the appointment of vice-principois and pay- ments to Alberta Health i Care and Blue Cross. Approximately i students -would be affected by a strike, which couid come before Christmas. parks board recommended Tlie recreation committee of the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission Tuesday night recommended a regional uarks board bo established. S' L Be sure to attend Ihe fi I; I.O.D.E. I CHRYSANTHEMUM 1 TEA ordinator for tiie Task Force on Urbanization and the Fu- ture. It is one subject an area com- mittee will deal with under the over-all question of regional planning effectiveness. Thomas Michael Edmundson of Lethbridge was remanded without plea until Nov. 29 in magistrate's court on the re- quest of the RCMP. Edmundson was released on erd blocks is not sufficient. Further derails available. were not; property bail to await! On question of a four- results of a narcotics analysis, j ]ane dividcd highway all the He was arrested and charged i way from Lethbridge to Cal- with the possession of marijua-: Copithome was non- j na Nov. 18. i committal: "I can only say it is 1 I a long way in the future." Driver's licence renewal will; receive some mr.jor overhaul- ing next year. The problem, said the minister, is "43 per cent of all of Alberta's licences will be up for renewal" at the same time. To save the taxpay- ers money, the department will employ a computer. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. alive and well Jazz is alive and well and performing every Sunday night at Zonka's Coffee House. The four-man group begins at pm. and finishes when everyone gets tired. The group consists of piano, bass, guitar and drums. Music will consist of latc-'aO-early-'CO-era jazz Zonka's is a walk-up lo- cated at 313 2nd Ave. S. municipalities take an insular approach to growth and devel- opment; more co-operation is needed between municipalities and throw it to the committee to research, suggest solutions and make recommendations. At a news conference Wed- nesday, Mr. Kenward said the basic" questions arc what do pecple want? What does the fu- ture hold for them? With this in mind, the com- mittca will concentrate its probings on taxation policies. distribution of provincial rev- enues and utilization of senior tee consisting of about 25 pcr- 1 sons representing cities, towns and rural districts from one end of the Oldman River Re- gional Planning Commission i area lo the other, has been es- tablished. j The Medicine Hat Regional Frank Marlyn, task force re- I search director, said Ilia task j i f o r c e approaches planning j from the standpoint of in-, creased public knowledge of decisions and actions of the ORRPC. 1 He said the public must Ire made aware of the responsibili- i tics of the ORRPC and the im-; pediments making it difficult for the commission to carry: out a regional plan. An emphasis was put on pub- j have not been rushed with job applications. They point out the staff turn- overs continue at the same rate they did during years of more district administrator provincial said the board would be responsible for Ihe acquisition and develop- ment of land for recreational r. AND CHRISTMAS other, indicates that there is locating new em- favorable economic conditions. The fact that a worker Is not memher.mllnicipal- afra.d to leave a he does ORRpc (0 spm, not like in order to look for an-1 roprescntatjvei lo si, on (hc proposed board. I A motion passed at the meet- hensive report on park sites r'l-iiMctiiias n1thin Ulc rcgion rmd VjllJ. IS lllltlB j it to the parks board for con- sideration. Tho proposed board would be responsible to ORRPC. istmas Seals drive Wed., Dec. 1st to FRACHE'S jj GREENHOUSES f Ave. nnd 20th St. N.ji Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-78S3 Job training program delayed resentatives. i the task force is not taking an authoritative approach ev- 1 orything is being done openly j and will be made public. continues The Kinsmen TB Christmas with total contributions to date of The organization received; S-127 today, bringing the total 1 to 52 per cent of "the S26.973 ob- Details of a major provincial government employment pro- gram, originally scheduled to be released today, will not be re- vealed until Monday. easy for you to have a party Friday and Saturday Evenings at Ericksen's THIS WEEK FEATURING 4-K WES1WINDS DINING ROOM 8 to 12 p.m. NO COVER CHARGE Phono 328-7756 for Reservations S HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 The announcement is being delayed while final details arc worked out. An estimated 4.0CO Albertans will receive special job training under the program. Facilities in Ihe province's community college's will ho i used for Ihe program. IS TICKETS Lethbridgc city police traffic patrols issued 15 traffic tickets Wednesday. The most prevalent offence for which drivers were ticketed was speeding. CLEANP WINDOWS STORM WINDOWS CARPETS FLOORS WALLS CEILINGS UPHOLSTERY JANITOR SERVICES Commercial and Domestic BONDED INSURED QUALITY WORKMANSHIP WE'RE PROUD OF OUR REPUTATION FAIR SERVICES PHONE 327-1272 LOOKING FOR AQUARIUM SUPPLIES? AQUARIUS TROPICAL FiSH AND SUPPLIES We have all your tropical fish and supply needs Wo curry top quality products of HARTZ MOUNTAIN, LONG LIFE, CASCO and many more! Large varieties of tropical and exotic fish O 65 aquariums stocked with fish to serve you For all your information needs phwe 328-3121 524A 4th ST. S. LETHBRIDGE The Wonder and Delight of Wall Disney is now available to have in your own home "WAIT DISNEY CHARACTER THEATRE" from the makers of Viewmasler, contains: VIEWMASTER "30" PROJECTOR VIEWMASTER STANDARD STEREO VIEWER 10 STEREO REELS OF FAVORITE WALT DISNEY CHARACTERS Sugg, list 19.95. 14.95 PRE CHRISTMAS SALE VIEWMASTER REELS 3 reels in each packet Sugg, list 1.89 PRE CHRISTMAS SAtE McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. CHARGEX 614 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-3555 IT'2NO TIME TO BE KIRK'S GiANT CARLOAD _____________________ SALE! OU-.ersli-es cl ccmparablo prices Can't Afford New Tires? Get KIRK'S OWN BRAND SNOWPLOW RETREADS Siio 6.50x13, WITH TRADE AS LOW AS We Have Tires For Everyone! Your UNIROYAL DEALER EM] TIRE SALES LTD. UNIROYAL a LETHBRIDGE-1621 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5985 or 327-4705 TABER-6201 50th Avenue Phone ?23-3441 FERNIE, B.C.-Phone 423-7746 ;