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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta GOING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS? Book now and avoid disappointment For further details and reservations contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 328-8104 The Lethbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, October 7, 1971 PAGES 17 TO 30 It'i a GREAT DAY lo SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE (Special Prices on Bulk Orden) ERICKSEN'S 3021 3rd Avo. S. Ph. 328-816] 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 HE CAME FOR DINNER AND STAYED A Sharp-Tailed Grouse smash- ed through Ihe storm window in the front of Ted Swihart's house in Fort MacLeod yesterday, breaking a pane in the picture window. Some glass cut the bird's throat, killing him. There have been many reports of spar- rows and robins flying into the side of houses but this is the first for a game bird in town. A small flock of the game birds was sighted on the outskirts of town earlier in the day, Swihart Photo. Rose Yelloivfeet takes post North teachers find agreement By RUDY HAUGENEDER Staff Writer The director of the Leth- bridge Friendship Centre, Rose Yellowfeet, has resigned her position to become an alcohol education counsellor for Native Counselling Services. Mrs. Yellowfeet will be pro- vided with office space at the centre, through which she will be able to conduct her ser- vices. In a letter to the centre's CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 board, she said, "It (alcohol counsellor) gives me opportun- ity to advance my interest in working with the alcohol prob- lem." Part of her job will be to attend or setup educational workshops to combat al- coholism. "Little is done for the person with an alcohol problem." she said. "Alcoholics are looked down upon, laughed at and despised, but very few people see the problem as it really is a sickness." As with all deadly diseases, alcoholism can be treated, she said. Her resignation, effective Oct. 30, left the board with AQUARIUS TROPICAL FISH AND SUPPLIES 524A 6th Street South Phone 328-3121 Angles Common Sword Aquariums, Made to Measure 1-200 gals. Cabinets for Aquariums, Made To Measure Ask About Our Club Membership and Discount OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY TIIL 9 P.M. Thank Someone Nice With the F.T.D. Thanksgiver THANKSGIVING DAY IS OCTOBER 11TH In the true spirit of Thanksgiving, Isn't there someone you could thank? This year, why not say it with the Thanksgiver. A special FTD arrangement. Bright fall flowers and brilliant colours attractively arranged in a lovely ceramic bowl. It's designed to make a Thanksgiving table more beautifully festive than ever. You can send the Thanksgiver almost any- where, but only by calling or visiting your FTD Florist, Do it now. Say thanks with the ifl EjA Thanksgiver. ONLY 12 CALL 327-5747 FOR FREE DEUVERYI FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 6th Street South Phone 327-5747 three vacancies to fill; ore di- rector, and two board positions. At a regular Friendship Cen- tre board meeting Wednesday, directors appointed two new members to fill (lie board va- cancies. Wesley Scott, of Lethbridge arid Gilbert Provost, a Peigan band social worker from Brock- et, were appointed to fill the balance of the terms that were vacated when members moved. The youth wing of the centre, the Friendship Centre Teen Or- ganization, set up two basket- ball teams one for women and one for men. The womens team, consisting of girls of Indian ancestry from the age of 15 years and up are attempting tx) join a league in the city and the men's team has joined the men's commercial league in Lethbridge. Because of the number of younger youths wanting to join or already involved in the group's sporting activities, the tten organization will try to set up alternate teams in which they can participate. The month-old group will hold an open Halloween cos- tume dance at Uie centre on Oct. 20. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 3284095 A memorandum of agree-1 In the two districts cast their ment signed by teachers in the ballots Wednesday. Elk Island school division in northern Alberta could have some effect on contract negoti-1 will be made known Friday ations in southern school dis- morning, tricts, Alberta Teachers' Asso- Original plans had called for representative Frank' _ The votes will be counted in Lethbridge tonight and results ciation Ackerman said Wednesday. The agreement contains the controversial teacher consul- tation clause which is Uie main issue blocking agreement in the for the voting, south. The memorandum of agree- ment reads, in part, "Each member board shall submit proposed board regulat ions pertaining to teachers to repre- sentatives of the teaching staff." onen "I expect this may be used I as a model in other Mr. Ackerman said. "But it doesn't necessarily mean the other regions will ac- cept anything similar it de- pends on where each area stands in its teacher consulta- tion negotiations." Mr. Ackerman said the Elk the ballots to be counted in Cal- gary but this was changed when an official of the Alberta Board of Industrial Relations agreed to come to Lethbridge poll An advance poll for Wednes- Island agreement is basically "what we've been going after." Teachers in Medicine Hat voted Wednesday on a concilia- tion board report but there has been no indication of what the report recommended for a teacher consultation clause. Lethbridge teachers voted on the report today. School boards day's civic election continues through Saturday at city hall. Persons who will be out of town on election day or who be- cause of a physical handicap find it difficult to vote at a regular polling station may take advantage of the advance College officials to meet with education minister Dr. Stewart said Wednesday there are "three or four press- ing issues" that he would like concern for officials at to resolve as soon ns possible. "The matter of insurance is of great he said. By RON CAUNVELL Staff Writer Several long term issues causing i the Lothbridge Community Col- lege were on the agenda today when college President Dr. C. D. Stewart met with Educa- tion Minister Lou Hyndman and Jim Foster, the minister of ad- vanced education. surance situation after receiv- ing a special consultant's re- port on the college's insurance coverage. The report said the degree of coverage is uncertain and there "We've got to the situa- j could be some difficulty in coi- tion and decide .should be letting if a claim was made, done." Dr. Stewart said the violent of governors i on the campus at Sir LCC vice-president chosen by hoard of governors The board of governors at the Lethbridge Community College lias made it; choice for Ihe col- lege's first academic rice- president. Gordon Colledge, LCC infor- mation officer said the formal The LCC board expressed concern over the in- Williams University Montreal is responsible for Uie situation. Insurance companies have been reluctant to become in- volved with universities since j the incident, said Dr. Stewart. He plans to suggest the pro- vincial government either make announcement will not be made to provide insur. until the appointment is official- ly accepted. The successful candidate, chosen from -10 applicants, is from: outside Allwrta. Board meetings noic open to Letlibridge news media The board of governors at Uie Lethbridge Community College has decided to open its meet- ings to the press "to see how it works." Tlie decision was made dur ing Wednesday night's board meeting after The Herald re- quested the meetings be open since the college is a public in- stitution using public funds. Previously, the meetings were open only for information items or else where closed. The board unanimbusly ac- cepted Jim Anderson's motion that the meetings be open for the entire agenda, on the un- derstanding that items can be referred to a closed comrm'ttee- of-the-whole at any time during the meeting. City business Business transactions at the Lethbridge post office during September increased S10.G93 over the comparable period last year, the postmaster reports. September sales of postage stamps, postage meter settings and cash receipts for all mail posted totalled SGI .433 com- pared with last year. poll. Tlie hours are 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. today through Saturday. Kiwanis elect officers Newly elected officers of the Kiwanis Club oi Green Acres were installed this week. The club's new president is Ira Flaa; immediate past-presi- dent is Joe Green. Also on the executive are Marcel Mahew, president-elect; Bill Varzari, vice president: Henry Sennecker, secretary; and Steve Semach, treasurer. Directors are Dave Smithson, Gerry Probe, Cy Farrell, Jim Long, Bert Stretton and Bill Nicol. T. H. McKim, Kiwanis Divi- sion 8 Lieutenant Governor, presided at the installation cer- emony. COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 For Your Enjoyment OUR POPULAR and DANCE Is Returning Again FRIDAY EVENINGS THIS WEEK FEATURING THE CHARADES WESTWINDS DINING ROOM to p.m. NO COVER CHARGE Phone 328-7756 for Reservations sen s An accident occured on Highway No. 3 and 43rd St. Lethbridge on Sept. 16, 1971 about p.m. A car struck a lightstandard. Anyone who may have witnessed the accident is urgently requested to contact: CARBERT HOWE McKEEN ADJUSTERS Ltd. Phone 327-5788 The board discussed the same issue last month's meeting but no decision was reached at that time. ance coverage or adopt a policy whereby universities and col- leges would no longer carry in- surance. Dr. Stewart said he also plans to discuss the present transfer arrangements for students at LCC, which the board contends ai discriminatory because they 'do not give full credit for courses taken at the college when their students transfer to universities. IETHBRIOCE-AITA "'ART STUDIO ON ARTISTIC PICTURE h .ARTISTS' GAUERV I i. 710 5 AVE Appeal total: United Appeal contributions to dale total The Appeal's 1971 commitment is JUST RECEIVED! "The Plate of Ihe Year" M J HUMMEL Annual Plate 1971 First Edition In commemoration of Ihelr 100th anniversary Call China 327-5767 HOYT'S DOWNTOWN THINKING OF YOU! All Now from CQUTTS HALLMARK "Thinking of You" OCCASION CARDS The perfect card to accompany that special gift for that special person. 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