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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BEAUTIFUL MEXICO 14 Dayi 01 low ai S299 from Calgary person bated an double occupancy) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 328-8184 Mayor Anderson meets task force Mayor Andy Anderson mot with officials of the provincial Task Force on Urbanization Tuesday to discuss establishing a branch office in Lethbridge. Discussions have reached the stage of naming a provincial representative as a coordinator for the area around Lethbridge. John Kenward, of the Human Resources Research Council at the University of Lethbridge, would staff the local office. He would be responsible for sti- mulating interest in local groups with specific problems relating to urbanization, and requesting them to present their problems to his office. There, the probems would be classified and presented to city council for ratification and rec- ommendations before being sent on to the provincial board. When the board in Edmonton receives the presentations, they would be coordinated with pre- sentations from other parts of concerned with making the ur- >an centres more attractive places to live. The City of Lethbridge con- tributes each year for hree years. The program is scheduled to run to the spring, 1974. the province action taken. and appropriate Mayor Anderson said the sys- tem could result in a saving to the city by eliminating the ne- cessity of hiring consultants to study local problems. In effect, the province working together with urban and rural areas to solve prob- lems common to a number of centres. The Task Force on Urbaniza- tion has looked at the quality of life in both rural and urban areas in the province and is Garden in a pot sale. It's potted plant-a- monium at our place... We've got tall plants, short plants, indoor plants, outdoor plants...and all of them lush 'n green and (pardon the expression) "dirt cheap." So, come to oUr garden party, and check out our pot pourri. MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP MARQUIS HOTEL BUILDING Phone 327-1515 Fiddler tickets popular The scramble is on for tick- ets to the Lethbridge Musical Theatre production of Fiddler on the Roof. Only 30 minutes after the box office opened Wednesday morn- ing the final Saturday nighl performance Dec. 4 bad been sold out, as was student night Nov. 21. Jack Warburton, who to addi- tion to handling the lead role of Tevye also does LMT publi- city, said the box office had i pilc'of mail orders "that deep' and had been swamped with phone calls. He estimated the show's en tire 13-performance run from Nov. 22 to Dec. 4 would be sol strike vote to the 18 chool districts affected by the negotiations. The application was siibmit- ed about three weeks ago. Law enforcement conference starts here Registration for the 19th In- ternational Law Enforcement Co-ordination Conference start- tog tonight in Lethbridge is ex- pected to total more than 100 participants. The conference is open to all law enforcement officers in- cluding attorneys general and agents, police prosecutors, po- lice, sheriffs, immigration in- spectors, border patrols, liquor inspectors, tax inspectors, mili- tary provosts and jail and peni- tentiary officials. Registration for the confer- nece will start at 6 p.m. today at a city-sponsored barbecue to the Exhibition Pavilion, and continue Thursday at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel. Canadian and United States police training will be discuss- ed in two presentations by Wilr liam M. Mooney, special agent to charge of the FBI training academy, Quanttco, Virginia, and Staff Sergeant R. F. Virgin of the RCMP in Edmonton. Mervto Leitch, new Alberta attorney general, will be the featured speaker at the provin- cial banquet at Ericksen's SERVICE LID. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, OCT. 21st SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Beautiful brown and white 3-pce. chesterfield suite (like Round dining table (centre pedestal R.C.A Victor TV; Nice colonial double dresser; Old black leatherette doctor's couch; Old secretary desk; Old 7-drawer chest of drawers; Astral fridge; G.E. port- TV; single beds; Dresser and mirror; Admiral TV; Kitchen china cabinet; 4-drawer chest of drawers; Complete beds; New sheets of arboritc; G.E. fridge; single mattresses; Old small oval table; Bicycles; Viking radio record-player; Gas and electric ranges; Crib and mattress; R.C.A. portable record player; Small desk; Arm 'chair; Mangle; Chrome table; Old wood padded rocker; Hose; Luggage; Smith Corona electric adding machine; Paymaster cheque protector; Wide carriage typewriter; Coffee tables; Dishes; Skates; Small table saw; Old wood chairs; Chrome chairs; Propane tank. Pursuant io the Albcrtn Seizures Act we will sell the following: National electric cash register; 5-Mannequins; Typing table; Tape shooter; machines; Mon- arch pin-on machine; clothes racks; counters; Display stand; Tags; Roundfoot Btool' Complete barbell set; Wcsttaghouse blender; Record stand and records; 2-good F70 x 14 winter tires. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 3JM705 1920 2nd AVE. S. ItTHBRIDGi AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN lie. 41 He. Appeal total: United Appeal contributions to date total The Appeal's 1971 commitment is Family Restaurant Thursday evening. The conference will conclude at noon Friday when the site of the 1972 conference will be an nounced. The formal conclusion of the conference will be marked by the Lethbridge city police an nual ball at the Exhibition Pa vilion. PER WEEK WASHINGTON (AP) The Washington Post's editorial and commercial employees havi accepted a contract raising their lop minimum pay to ke; position to a week by Aug 15, 1973. TAPE EXCHANGE! 8-Track Only! NOW ONLY 99 C WITH EXCHANGE OF YOUR OLD TAPE AVAILABLE ONLY AT... Cor. 3rd AVI. and 13th St. North PHONE 327-1054 Human rights officer to lecture Elmer Harrison, human rights officer in the Alberta de- partment of labor, will conduc a series of lectures for secre- tarial classes at the Lethbridge Community College Oct. 25 ta 29. Mr. Harrison's twice-dail; lectures will deal with differen aspects of discrimination anc prejudice. The lectures are designed h make the students aware discrimination and what can be done about it. lat any changes affecting tea- lers must be approved by the .eachers. SASAA has interpreted this o mean that what the teachers want is control of their 'orking conditions while the TA maintains the clause was inserted as a bargaining point and is not an indication of what eachers will be going after in uture negotiations. 'It is not realistic at all to assume teachers want full con- said Mr. Hughes. 'But we do want a consulta- on clause in the contract be- ause school boards have dem- nstrated in the past that they ave no intention of maintain- ng true consultation. "They say they consult with eachers through their superin- endant, which is putting an ad- ministrative filter on the voice if teachers." Mr. Hughes said of teachers in the province low have a consultation clause in their agreement, but this does not represent a majority of districts. He said the SASAA contention hat teachers are trying to kill regional bargaining by making negotiations difficult is incor- rect. "We oppose zone bargaining have ever since the legis- ation was he said. "But there are ways to go about changing things we don't are not using the cur- rent crisis to wipe it out." Mr. Hughes said the ATA will attempt to change the regional >argaining set up by proposing egislative changes to the gov- ernment. ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANERS C and A Sheet Metal 1709 2 Ave. 5. Ph. 358-5973 [CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic HACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2812 New Shipment Just Received! MELMAC TEXAS TUMBLERS 5 sizes Dishwater proof Colors; Amber, Lavender, Turquoise, Raspberry, Priced each from, 35' NEW! 3-PIECE Child's Set 2-50 SET, ONLY Call China 327-5767 Hoyt's DOWNTOWN For Fall 1971 "CORIE" In Black or Brown Wet Look Crinkle Patent. Smart new styles by JOYCE "A way of life" "HILARY" Suede's for fall and this popular shoe comes in Camel, Burgandy, Green, Black and Brown Suede also In Black or Brown Wei Look. "GAUCHO" Another new Joyce style at Camm'i available in Brown suede. SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF SNOW BOOTS 6 Inch low cuts In Suedos and Nylons with warm ihcar- ling cuff. Also and HIGH CUT STYLES In Suodos and Leathers OPEN THURS. AND FRI. TIL 9 P.M. 403 5th Slreet South Phone 327-3050 One of our Specialties WHITE DUTY SHOES For the ladies in white nurses, pharmacists, wait- resses, etc. Oomphies 11.9! Savage White Uniform 19.9S CAMM'S SHOiS ;