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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, October County teachers reach contract After four meetings in as many weeks, the County of Lethbridge and 170 teachers from 16 county schools have signed their 1975 contract. The new agreement, signed Friday night following contract talks both 'sides described as gives teachers a 15 per cent pay raise and a consultation clause establishing a joint policy committee. A negotiator for the Alderman to sue Herald, he maintains Aid. Steve Kotch served notice to The Lethbridge .Herald Friday that he intends to bring legal action against the newspaper under the Defamation Act. According to the notice, the action is being undertaken for "defamatory matter" which appeared in The Herald Oct. 7 in which aldermanic can- didate Roger Rickwood questioned Mr. Kotch's cam- paign tactics. Aid. Kotch has declined further comment. Fined A Lethbridge man who pleaded guilty in provincial court Thursday to commenc- ing construction on an addi- tion to his home without a city building permit was fined Paul Hauser, 1411 28th St. S., was charged for construc- tion that took place between Sept. 5 and 30. Just arrived shipment of DIET SCALES These Scales weigh ounces and grams PRICED AT 645 Call HouMwares 327-5767 teachers said this morning that the joint policy com- mittee will giye teachers "automatic input" into school policy and a say in their work- ing conditions. Final decisions on school management, however, remain with the county. Spokesmen for the county and teachers said today that the new contract, effective Jan. 1, was negotiated quick- ly because contract talks were held between the employer and employees, rather than between each side's regional parent association. Although wages were the last thing to be discussed, neither side was very far apart in its original bargain' ing position, spokesmen said. The 1975 contract also increases from to the pay ceiling during a year's leave of absence, doubles the current professional development fund which un- derwrites short courses for teachers, gives substitute teachers a increase over the current stipend and increases the county's payment toward group life and disability in- surance. The contract also requires the county to agree with teachers on salaries to be paid staff hired for new positions, like the recently created post or travelling resource teacher. Ichio Ibuki, vice principal of Davidson School in Coaldale, has been hired to fill the position, once his salary is approved by the local teachers' association. One of the first tasks the county will request of the joint policy committee will be revi- sion of the policy handbook. The county's school com- mittee voted Friday to reju- venate its policy handbook committee, which has not met since Dec. 1972. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Phone GUARANTIED SERVICE To SONY, LLOYDS, PIONEER, NORESCO. and moat other of ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 2 You AMGLO STIRXOA PHOTO SIRVICIDIPT. 419 5th Street South Phone 32S-0575 HEKTZ HUNTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324-9UISLS. PhOM32t-177S FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Thank You (24 How Saniea H NiBtiury) We provide complimentary personalized head table place cards with each order' FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ORBIT POWER HIGH TORQUE SLOW SPEED POWER Avaflabteal OLIVER Industrial Supply Ltd. 238-36 St North Phont 327-1571 or contact "OLIVER pEALErT ONE OF TWO CARS DAMAGED IN A MORNING CRASH ON MAYOR MAGRATH Two hurt in morning crash Two people are in hospital, one in serious condition, after a two car collision at 5 a.m. at Mayor Magrath Drive and 19th Avenue South. City police said a car driven by Patsy Hacior, 23, 2240 Mayor Magrath Dr. with two passengers, was travelling north on Mayor Magrath and was making a .left turn onto 19th Avenue when her car and a southbound car driven by Vance Vincent Scout, 18, of Magrath collided. Mr. Scout was taken to St. Michael's Hospital and is in fair condition with undeter- mined injuries. A passenger in the Hacior vehicle, Richard Hacior, 26, is in serious condition with ab- dominal injuries at Municipal Hospital. Patsy Hacior and Roger Dwayne Hacior, one year old, were treated and released ftom Municipal Hospital. Damage was estimated at Police are still in- vestigating the accident. Seven hurt in Friday wreck Seven people were injured and two are still in hospital after a head-on collision Fri- day night on Highway 4, about six miles south of Lethbridge. RCMP said about p.m. Friday a southbound car driven by Jo-Ann Peach, 29, of Potter to show this month Pottery and other works of Lethbridge artist John Ikeda will be on exhibition at Lethbridge Public Library Oct. 15 to 30. The show will include some of the works that will be in Mr. Ikeda's one-man show with the Canadian Guild of Crafts in Toronto, Nov. 5 to 30. Mr. Ikeda was recently awarded a gold medal PENNERS PLUMBING 1209 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-4121 Raymond, came in collision with a northbound car driven by Richard Denny, 43, of Rocky Boy Reserve, Montana. Mr. Denny was taken to St. Michael's Hospital and is in satisfactory condition with a broken left arm. A passenger in his car, Martha Lagrelle, 39, also of Montana, is in fair condition with undetermined injuries. Another passenger, JOHNTHOMPSON Re-Elect KERGAN Wnt L. A native son 3 years on Council My record speaks for itself I have the time and interest to serve all citizens Continued support for the handicapped and senior citizens Land assembly in order to control the price of land Further study and action in reference to dangerous crosswalks Further study as to expansion of present City Hall. Anyone requiring transportation to the PHONE 327-5386 For Good Civic Government Vote-KERGAN Wm L-X inaerted by Wm-L. Korean____________________ Catherine Small, 34, of Mon- tana, was treated and releas- ed from hospital. Jo-Ann Peach and the, passengers in her car, Donald Peach, 31, Betty Peach, three years, and Lome Peach, one year, were all treated for minor injuries at St. Michael's Hospital and released. There was no estimate of damage in the accident. Farmer to test PC nomination John Thompson, a Spring Coulee fanner, is one of three candidates openly seeking the Progressive Conservative .nomination in Cardston for the next provincial election. Mr. Thompson, 50, has been a director of the PC association for seven years and just resigned as its president to contest the nomination. A lifetime resident of the Spring Coulee region, he is chairman of the Cardston Municipal District agricultural development committee, was a member of the Cardston school divisional board for eight years and is on the executive of the Cardston Canadian Legion. He is married to LeVaun Matkin of Magrath and they have three children. Escapees get bad break jail Two prisoners who tried to escape from provincial court Oct. 4 appeared in court Fri- day handcuffed together and each were given four months in jail for their unsuccessful escape bids. Allan Charles Parker and Duschan Stozier laughed and joked between themselves. Parker, who pleaded guilty to the charge of escaping law- ful custody, is also charged with murder punishable' by life imprisonment in connec- tion with the August death of a Medicine Hat ser- vice station attendant. Parker, who is 19 and from Ontario, will appear in Medicine Hat Oct. 17 for a preliminary hearing. Stozier, also from Ontario, also pleaded guilty to escaping lawful custody. He is charged with several counts of break, enter and theft following break-ins in the Fort Macleod and Carmangay areas in August. Stozier and Parker were apprehended before they could get outside the courthouse when they made their escape bids Oct. 4. Stozier and Gordon Edward Tomlinson, 23, of no fixed address who is also charged in connection with the break-ins, will appear in court Nov. on the break-in charges. Court was told Tomlinson has already pleaded guilty to some charges but charges were pending. He was remanded until Nov. 8 to face the new charges and for sentencing. Stozier, who also goes under the alias of Duncan Harris, has yet to enter a plea on the charges facing him or make an election. City Scene Coun. IN um mi retires Tuesday Fifteen years' service as a County of Lethbridge municipal councillor ends Tuesday for Henry Nummi. The 56-year-old councillor who farms northwest of Picture Butte first represented Electoral Division 6 residents before the county even was a county, becoming a councillor 13 years ago when the MD of Lethbridge No. 25 became the County of Lethbridge No. 26. The veteran municipal councillor will be replaced on county council by Barons farmer Lloyd H. Trapp, elected by acclamation. Five fires extinguished The Lethbridge fire department was called to five fires Thursday and Friday. At 11 a.m. Thursday it extinguished a lumber fire in the 200 block and 31st St. N. that was caused by burning rubbish. No damage was reported. At p.m. Thursday the department was called to the Coalhurst district to extinguish a grain field and truck that caught fire. A pile of leaves on fire just north of Hardieville on 13th St. N. early this morning and another'pile on fire at 1735 St. Andrews Blvd. Thursday accounted for two other fires. A fifth fire was put out when some sewage caught fire. Potts presentation scheduled The Jerry Potts award will be presented Tuesday at a dinner in Fort Macleod, the executive vice-president of the Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta said today. Frank Smith said the winner would not be announced until the time of presentation. The guest speaker at the dinner will be Dan Wallace, direc- tor of travel marketing for the Canadian Government Office of Tourism in Ottawa. The dinner will begin at the Elks Hall, with cocktails at p.m. Tickets are each. Friendship Centre to stay put A 40-year-old Lethbridge man was acquitted on a fraud charge following the continua- tion of a preliminary hearing in Fort Macleod provincial court Friday. Provincial Judge A. G. Lynch Stauntan ruled there was insufficient evidence to commit Earnest Charles Franks to trial in a higher court. Franks was charged June 26 with defrauding William A. Kientopp of Coaldale of A forged cheque was used to draw money from his bank ac- count, Mr. Kientopp told the preliminary hearing Sept. ,14. The hearing had to be ad- journed at that time to give the crown time to call a main witness. A man charged with the possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking was remanded .until Nov. 4 for plea, and election. Gary Peter Tompkins was charged Sept. 23 near Taber. Cat CLIFF BLACK, BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL ILDG. PHONE ligh tClKKM Bin. Trig school offers streamlined home study courses to adults who have left school. YOU CAN 1. Finish quickly 2. Work at your speed, according to your own ability. 3. Obtain a certificate from this es- tablished college (and write for the Dept of Education certificate too, where Lowest tuition, all texts included. Send coupon today for FREE course info, by return. Phone............... National College (Western) 444 Roteort SL, Vancouver, B.C. StS-4913 eatabHahed Canadian Coneoxoart to SHORT STOP AUTO LTD. what Mew our uftut WB four car for SHORT STOP AUTO LTD. (VOLVO) 328-65M 12 4 French or Potato Mad DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR FOR ONLY ..75 The Lethbridge Friendship Centre isn't moving, after all. Centre director Gordon Keewatin told The Herald Fri- lay that the Friendship Centre will withdraw its application, currently before the municipal planning com- mission, to move into the old New Moon cafe on 3rd Ave. S. He said the city, which owns the building in which the centre is now located, may allow the Friendship Centre to eventually expand into the north side of the converted warehouse at 324 4th St. S. Director Keewatin and federal secretary of state of- ficial Bob Wray and provincial friendship centre coordinator Jim Ducharme met Friday afternoon with Mayor Andy Anderson to discuss the centre's long term plans. News of the centre's intend- ed move into the former New Moon restaurant at 508 3rd Ave. S. drew a "What's news about comment from Indian News Media cartoonist Oliver Soop. His cartoon in the current issue of Kainai News shows a moving van and an onlooker pointing to the van and saying: "Friendship Centre moving again? That is the centre." FOX DENTURE CLINIC Est 1922 PHONE 3274565 E. S. P. FOX, C.O.H. FOX LETHBHDGE DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS INSTALLED Phono 326-2176 jerry LZezuiaAJLCI Accredited Appraiser Canadian Institute Real Estate Appraiser Consultant Market Value ValuattonDay Value Mortgage Valuations FeaaMHty S22-3rd Avenue South LMnDTKHJV MOVING? CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES JUST CALL 327-0240 or 327-2217 LOTUS INN CPR Depot ED FILAN for Lethbridge School Trustee Businessman and P.Eng. with 7 years teaching experience, grades V to XI, Edmonton Public Schools Lethbridge resident since 1971 and father of 3 school aged children Will strive for businesslike manage- ment in our city educational system ;