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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HAWAII Specie! Chriiimas departure Dec. 22nd to Jan. 5fh. (per person based on double occupancy) Spuce still available. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 328-8184 The letKbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, October 12, 1971 PAGES 13 TO 24 It'i a GREAT DAY lo SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE (Special Prices on Bulk Orden) ERICKSEN'S 3021 3rd Ave, S. Ph. 328-B161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Association elects officers PINCHER CREEK Five members of the Foothills Pro- tective Association board of di- rectors were re elected for three year terms Friday at the group's first annual meet- ing. Pat Schnarr, Ross Jensen, Bob Jackman, Gordon Lesko- Heavy vole at advance poll The advance poll for the Oct. 13 civic election attracted al- most twice as many people as the advance poll for the last election in 1969. The three-day poll, open Thursday, Friday and Satur- day of last week, saw 149 per- sons who anticipated being un- able to go to a regular polling station Wednesday, vote at a station set up in city hall. Two years ago, 81 persons voted at the advance poll. This year, voters have registered compared to in 1969. The regular polls open Wed- nesday at 10 a.m. and will close at 8 p.m., electing the city's government until 1974. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Blag. 326-4095 sky and Ed Schmidt were named to the board. Since there were 15 mem- bers on the board of directoi the association decided it would put five positions up for elec- tion each year to keep con- tinuity in its operation. In order lo assure sufficient candidates for the election next year, it was decided by a name i draw that Terry Webber, Henry Hammond, Rob Mitch- Sam McClelland and How- ard Davis would have to run for re election. The men who will not come up for re election until 1973 are Jack Folsom, Andy Eu sell, Rick Jack, Earl Higgen- botham and Bob Day. The executive for the a sociation will be selected at the next general meeting. Glue sniffer remanded A 17 year old Lethbridge youth was remanded in cu tody in Lethbridge magistrate' court when he pleaded guilty to solvent sniffing. Court was told the charge re- sulted from an incident in Gait Gardens where two youth were noted inhaling a suh- stsrice in a plastic bag. Judge L. W. Hudson directed a presentcncing report be made concerning the youth and recommended he visit Robert Hubbard of the Alcohol and Dr.ig Abuse Commission of Al- berta to see how his problem could best be treated. MeCREADY-BAINES CONTINUES THERE "ONE ONLY LEFT" SALE! ONE ONLY SUNPAK 7E ELECTRONIC FLASH Features solid state mechanism and quick re-charging. Reg. 54.95. ONE SALE ONLY J ZEISS IKON IKOTRON C1 CAMERA Re-chargable, extra light from built-in AGI tfMQ QC Booster. Reg. 64.00. ONE ONLY SALE..... ?47.7J SPECIAL FOR THE ENTHUSIAST I HONEYWELL AUTO 770 HIGH PERFORMANCE CAMERA Computerized flash for precise flash exposure. Complete with bracket and clamps, rechorgable tlAQ QC batteries. Reg. 191.60. ONE ONLY SALE 4> I O7.7 J "WHERE SALES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE" McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. CHARGEX 614 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3555 SHOES THAT SHINE Peter Veer of Lethbridge relaxes as he puts his teet up to have a shoe shine for Pakistan Relief Saturday. Debbie Brown and Patricia Bird of the I41h Lethbridge Brownie pack give Mr. Veer's shoes the final buff. Weekend accident toll high Traffic accidents in the Leth- bridge area during the long holiday weekend caused an at 7th St. and 4th Ave. S. early Sunday morning. Injured in the mishap were: estimated damage and AIa" J- Komarynsky of Ed- monton, Helen Buskas of Ed- sent nine people to hospital. Six persons suffered minor injuries in a two-car collision monton, Don Stutsman and his wife, Maureen of Raymond, Dmytro D. Makowecki and FREE MOUNTING LIFETIME GUARANTEE SALE FIRST TIRE-RETAIL 4 SECOND TIRE- I ALL TIRES ON SALE OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY EXAMPLE 7.75x14 4 PLY POLARIS TUBELESS NYLON First tire QQ Second tire J Only Retail 37' USE CHARGEX xf LEONARD TIRE MART LTD. 1902 2nd Avenue S. Phone 327-3580 "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL" Having a Party? WE RECOMMEND Fried Chicken In BULK ORDERS at special savings for small or large parties! We recommend your Inking advantage of EXTRA SAVINGS by also ordering the following in bulk: SALADS PARKERHOUSE ROLLS From our PASTRY DEPARTMENT DEtlCIOUS FRENCH CRUSTY BREAD AND ROLLS MINCE TARTS CHRISTMAS COOKIES TOP QUALITY DARK AND LIGHT FRUIT CAKES -I S 2021 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 328-8161 1701 M.M. DRIVE PHONE 328-7751 his wife Mary, both of Edmon- ton. Peter Blodoradon, 61, of Ta- bcr is in satisfactory condition in St. Michael's General Hospi- tal with injuries sustained when his car left the highway and overturned in a ditch at Stirling, four miles west of the junction of Highway 4 and Highway 61. The accident occurred Sun- day afternoon. Ruth McBen of 955 19 St. is listed in good condition in the Lethbridge Municipal Hos- pital with injuries she sustain- ed in a three-car crash on Mayor Magrath Drive early Sunday evening. j A two-vehicle collision Satur- day at Hie j u n c t i o n of High- ways 4 and 5 caused an esti- j mated damage. There were no injuries. Police are withholding the names because a juvenile was involved. Dean Sinclair of Coaldale es- caped injury Saturday when his car overturned in a ditch near the Lethbridge Correc- tional Institute. Dale A. Flitton of 1913 13 Ave. N., sustained minor injuries when his car crashed into a pole at the intersection of 27th St. and Scenic Drive Saturday night. Trustees accuse teachers of cover-up activities By RON CALDWELL Stnff Writer The Southern Alberta School Authorities Association has lashed out at the Alberta Teachers' Association, accusing it of using the controversial consultation clause as a cover- up in attempting to gain a dif- ferent goal. SASAA says the ATA is "try- ing desperately to break down the regional collective bargain- ing procedure adopted by the 18 school boards belonging to SASAA." SASAA includes all schools dis- tricts south of Vulcan and Brooks except Lethbridge and Medicine hat, who are bargain- ing as a separate region. Prior to regional bargaining, said the SAS'AA statement, the ATA could use all its resources to reach a settlement with an individual school board and then use the agreement as an example to other boards. "Consequently, in this year's negotiations (hey have deliber- ately imposed demands on re- gional bargaining units which preclude any possibilities for reasonable the SASAA statement said. Trustees believe that there is a strong possibility a strike will take place, the statement add- ed. The trustees' association says what teachers are really after in the consultation clause is the right to determine their own working conditions, "a right which would give them power to control almost every facet of the school system. "SASAA firmly believes that consultation with teachers is imperative if a school system is to function successfully, and many have already set up com- munication or liason commit- tees to ensure that consultation will take place." Russ Purdy, chairman of the teachers' negotiating sub-com- mittee, said the SASAA com- ments on the consultation clause are "very interesting in light of the fact that they have refused to put them in writing. "We are quite prepared to accept the conciliation board recommendation on the consul- tation clause but the trustees have flatly refused to go along with said Mr. Purdy. The recommendation said only that teachers shall be con- sulted on school board deci- sions that will affect their Lethbridge Window Cleaners "20 Years of Service" PHONE 327-4037 working conditions, Mr. Purdy said. "It doesn't say anything about the right to determine working conditions." Frank Ackerman, ATA rep- resentative, admitted the asso- ciation doesn't like bargaining with a regional unit. "We don't feel it is a partic- ularly good way of reaching an agreement, Mr. Ackerman said. "Bi'i the statement that we are trying to break it is simply incorrect." SASAA said the ATA has set- tled contracts with approxi- Meamvhile, there has been no word from the board of indus- trial relations on an ATA ap- plication for pel-mission to con- duct a strike vole in the re- gion. The application was made Oct. 4. There are approximately teachers and students in the area affecled by the situa- tion. Licences required Four Pinchcr Creek area niately 70 individual school discovered the hard way that licences are required (o legally hunt ducks in Alber- t< Tlie four youths were fined each and assessed S4 court costs when they pleaded guilty to hunting oucks while in pos- session of only a federal migra- torv bird stamp. Court was told that in Alber- ta, in addition to the federal area who have reached aii j stamp, a provincial upland agreement, have a consultation j game bird stamp for the stan- clause in that agreement, said dard hunting licence is requir- Mr. Ackerman. The youths' guns were seized and will be held until the fine is paid. They will be prohibited from hunting birds in Alberta boards without including the consultation clause. "In fact, in most of these ne- gotiations it was not even an sai dthe statement. But Mr. Ackerman said the SASAA comment does not paint an accurate picture of the si- tuation. "The majority of teachers outside regional bargaining "Besides, the ATA head of- fice doesn't set contract de- mands. "This is done by the indivi- dual teachers' groups for one vear. SAVE OVER 5-00 A GALLON ON SUPER QUALITY KEM-GLO VELVET ENAMEL SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE 15.90 NOW SAVE OVER OFF This Offer Expires Oct. 16th 9 .99 Kern Glo Velvet offers you a soft, lustrous velvet Finish PLUS the long life and washabiliry of an enamel. It stays beautiful for years. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT WALLPAPER CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 GEORGE and ROD say NEATNESS COUNTS If there is one area in which clutter does not belong, it is in the prescription laboratory of a pharmacy. Everything there must be in its place, readily accessible to your pharmacist, and it must be clean. We take great pride in our prescription lab- oratory for it is the very heart of our pharmacy. After we have filled a prescription and carefully checked it, the next one is not started until everything is put away. Neatness counts in your everything is put away. Neatness counts in your home medicine aica as well. You can avoid possible trouble if everything i; in its roer place. proper Wo recommend "FAMILY RECORD" for your pre- scription requirements. We keep a personal family story on your own private card when you favor us with the privilege of supplying prescribed medications. In this manner wo can assist you in controlling possible Drug Allergies and Sensitivities and prevent drug inter reactions in co-operalion with your doctors. This information is immedi- ately available especially when you deal in ono of DRAFFlN'S TW0 LOCATIONS DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE Haig Medical Bldg. 601 6th Ave. S. Call 328-6133 RODNEY 401 5th St. S. Tree Delivery Call 327-3364 AUCTION- SERVICES REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. TUES., OCT. 12th- 7 P.M, SHARP TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Fridges; 5-piece kitchen suite, very good condition; cheslerfield, only 2 months old; easy chair; high chair; pole lamp; 5 chest of drawers; upright dresser; pole :offee table; and mattresses; baby buggy; complete beds, box spring and mattress; console Singer television; army bunk beds; pale wooden rocking chair; wash tubs and stand; pictures; child's table and 2 chairs; 2 children's dusks; jig saw; cash register; Vi drum cactus oil; chairs; tire chains; tires; gas artd elec- tric ranges; vacuum cleaner; record player; quantity of arborite; 9' x 14' wool rug; book cases; bicycles; suitcases and many miscellaneous items. Many of the major items have been consigned by one family who are moving. These items ere in very good condition. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AUCTION BARN Phone 327.1222 2508 2nd Ave. N. AUCTIONEERS GORDON SHERWOOD No. 846 BILL HOPE No. 845 CEILING TILE I 2 Sizes and thick 5 patterns including plain while. Tongue and Grooved for concealed stapling. SPECIAL CLEARANCE ;