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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8-THE LETHBRIDGE October City employees protest firing EDMONTON (CP> About 50 city hall employees stayed home trom work Friday to protest the suspension and subsequent dismissal of a secretary in the city clerk's otfice Thursday Dave Adams president of Local 52 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees. tCUPEt said the dismissal came after the secretary refused to take minutes for a city council meeting because of a previous personal com- mitment LONELY? Join the Fun and Friends Club The friendliest, happiest spot in town Activities available 7 days a week PHONE 329-0955 Monday to Friday to p.m. City clerk Cal McComgle confirmed a "girl was suspended' but declined further comment. It was the third suspension of a city employee within a month. Fred Pyke. a CURE representative, said Friday the local will refuse to present its case at a proposed concilia- tion board hearing next week because issues in dispute should be resolved directly by the union and the city He said the main issue is the right ot the local to jurisdic- tion over certain supervisory personnel. Wage disputes could not be handled until the jurisdictional question was settled City hall management could not be reached for comment on Friday's protest. Poland kits off market Clowns for his buddies An Israeli tank crewman clowns for his buddies by climbing to the end of a tank gun barrel as the U.N. ceasefire relaxes tensions on the Syrian front. Fall COLOR PORTRAIT SPECIAL 4 Custom Size Portraits Plus Combination Presentation Attractively Mounted MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT NOW! A.E. Cross Studio Same Convenient Location 710-3rd Ave. S. PHONES 328-0222 wii.on LOVE TURNS SOUR MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Love turned sour for Jesse Mae Williams 10 months after she married the man who shot and paralysed her for life to save him from a long prison sentence. Mrs. Williams rolled her wheel chair into Criminal Court Judge Alfonso Sepe's courtroom this week and ask- ed him to send Chris Calvin Williams, 21, to prison be- cause he refused to care for her and entertained other women in their home The judge said Friday he revoked Williams' parole and sent him to Raiford state prison for 15 years because he was "dehumanizing his wife and it upset me terribly." "I felt a great sense of dis- appointment at the way this case turned Sepe said. "I couldn't order Williams to stay married to his wife, but I did order him to support her. I thought he would recognize the tremendous break he re- ceived only because she plead- ed for him in a truly Christian Presents... onHina 'The Jackson 5' interviews with the Stars plus Recordings of their Hit Singles and Album Cuts will be presented on the JIM PARSON Show and the JOHN CHARLES show Monday thru Saturday for 3 Big Weeks Your Host: Charlie Tuna Monday, October 29 4-5 and 9-10 pm "CHICAGO SPECIAL" 7-8 and 11-12 p m. "JACKSON 5 SPECIAL" Monday, November 5 4-5 and 9-10 p m "THE ROLLING STONES SPECIAL" Tuesday, November 6 THE BEATLES SPECIAL Wednesday, November 7 4-5 and 9-10 p.m "MAMA'S PAPA'S SPECIAL Monday, November 12 4-5 and 9-10 pm GEES SPECIAL" Tuesday, November 13 4-5 and 9-10 p m "GLEN CAMPBELL SPECIAL" Wednesday, November 14 4-5 and 9-10 p m "THE CARPENTERS" plus "THE 5TH DIMENSION SPECIAL' Thursday, November 15 4-5 and 9-10 p m "BREAD AND THEIR SPECIAL Friday, November 16 ,.r ...._-..-. 4-5and9-iupm "I HE SIMON AND GARFUNKEL SPECIAL" Saturday, November 17 3 "A GIGANTIC ROCK MUSIC SURPRISE 'A Giqantic Surprise' plus the Sensational Special of Stars ever presented in Southern Alberta CJOC will proaont all of the abovo groat apeciala plua the newest hit muaic with John i Charles, Jim Paraont and Kevin McKanna. Stand by your tolophono in and out of town hundroda of dollara in top LP'a will bo fllvon .away plua othor top prices. Ml Coming on Thi Big 1220 CJOC 1220 dP .LKTHBI Action Radio act of turning the other cheek." Mrs. Williams, 22, married Williams last January, six months after he shot her twice during a lovers' quarrel at a Miami shopping centre Last February Sepe placed Williams on probation for years and ordered him to sup- port his crippled wife. Wil- liams had pleaded guilty to assault with intent to commit murder. FEWER BIRTHS ST. CATHARINES, Ont. (CP) The maternity wing of the Hotel Dieu Hospital here has been closed because of a sharp decline in the birth rate. eyes Alberta OTTAWA (CP) Polish Deputy Prime Minister Jan Mitrega suggested today that Poland invest in the Alberta oil sands, perhaps for a share of the oil produced. He told reporters after meeting Energy Minister Donald Macdonald that he wants further discussion on possible Polish participation in the oil sands, owned by the Alberta government and about to be exploited by industry. Mr. Mitrega said terms of any joint venture would have to be negotiated. But he made it clear that Poland would value an assured source of oil. The deputy prime minister, who also is Polish energy minister, has led a 12-man delegation to various mining and well sites in Canada dur- ing the last 10 days, including the oil sands deposits. Deputy Energy Minister Jack Austin said the govern- ment is interested in hearing Polish proposals for participa- tion in the sands .oject. The Polish party goes to Montreal Saturday and flies to Warsaw Sunday Heavy demand RED DEER (CP) Central Alberta fertilizer dealers can't keep up with demands, an official of the Alberta Wheat pool said Thur- sday Farmers are buying more fertilizer this fall than they have for years and they have more cash in hand this year, Al Beattie said in an inter- view. He said that farmers an- ticipate a shortage of all fer- tilizers in the coming year OTTAWA (CP) Toy kits tor inflating balloons will be taken off the market because of the possible adverse effects of vapors, the consumer af- fairs department said yester- day. The toys named colored balloon and mixed colors blowing balloon are manufactured by the Chung- Mei Co. of Taiwan and made ot plastics in solvent mix- tures. Children can blow balloons by placing the plastic on the end of short tubes supplied with the kits. FtJMTOURS- FEATURING 4 Day CiuiSt to Nassau. "Maidi Gias" Cypress Gardens 'Grand die Opiy" Walt Disney World. Kennedy Space Centre transportation by deluxe Hiway Cruiser to Miami and return OEPARTING FEB 2 25 Fun-Filled Escorted ftnm Rose Bowl California Featuring- Rose Bowl Parade (re- served Disneyland, San Francisco, San Diego, Tijuana, Mexico, New Years Eve Hi-Neigh- bor Party and more1 Departing Dec. 27th 15 fun filled days, escorted from LAS VEGAS Carton City, Lake Takot. Virginia City ind man DEPARTING. NOV. 17 9 Ftm-Fillrjd Days Escorted irom i For FREE BROCHURE Call A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 60S 5th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 328-3000 JAY COMPTOM NASH VILIC OCT. 29 NOV. 3 AT THE MINERS' 733-13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests only THE PARK PLAZA DINE and DANCE FEATURING: THE ODD FELLOW'S DANCE BAND" Weekend "Specials" No. 1 BREADED FILLETS OF PERCH oz. Fillets of Perch wedge butter SO.50 No. 2 NEW YORK'S FLAMBE-FOR TWO Sirloin Strip with Mushroom Caps T at your table Specials Include Soup and Salad Choice of Potato and Baby Carrots GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION The General Stewart Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion have now started their annual Poppy Campaign and canvassers are presently calling on business houses and offices for the sale of poppy wreaths. POPPY TAG DAY WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd At Christmas, hampers and small cheques are given to those in need and also let them know they are not forgotten The wreaths and poppies are made by disabled veterans in the Vetcraft Shop and are a source of income for them. These veterans come from all parts of Canada Alberta being well represented. The Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund is a distinct and separate Trust Account, and administer- ed as such. LITHBRIDQE The Ladies Auxiliary to the General Stewart Branch No. 4 of the Royal Canadian Legion organize and conduct the sale of poppies with the assistance of the I.O.D.E, interested groups and citizens. The proceeds go to aid veterans and their fami- lies who are in need. Transient veterans' families and single men are given lodging and meals and some are helped to go to jobs or to their homes. Lethbridge and District veterans and their fami- lies are given assistance for necessities that are urgently required and veterans are visited in hospi- tals and in their homes and are given extras to supplement any assistance that they are receiving. ORDER YOUR WREATH NOW BY CALLING THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION POPPY CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS PHONE 327-6644 REMEMBER.. .THINK... PARTICIAPTE ;