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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BELIEVE IT OR NOT) 17 of fun In the iun In South America. Vltlt placet like Lima, Butnos Aires, and Rio do Janeiro. Hotel included only For further details conlacl: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 328-B104 The Lcthbridgc Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, September 7, 1971 PAGES 11 TO 22 It'l a GREAT DAY to SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE (Special Prices en Bulk Orders) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Aye. S. Fh. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 New tote board The Lelhlm'tlgc and District exhibition Board has rented an cledric tote board for the fall race meet Sept. 19 lo 27. Stan Tiffin, president of the beard, said Cue decision was made because it has been real- ized for many years that the chalk board was very inade- quate. The tote board is the display board in the infield of the race track which is used to list the horses, the odds, the payment of the final results and the totals of the various races dur- ing the day. With an electric board, the results are faster and the odds arc kept up to date. Andy Andrews, manager of the exhibition board, said the unit was rented on a trial basis because of Ihe high cost of the unit. He said the board will test the reaction of Ihe race-going public to see if it is worth- while for the board lo go lo the expense of building an electric tole board. He said the amount of money wagered at the fall meet will help in Ihe decision. "If there is a substantial increase, then the electric tote board is war- ranted FUNERAL WEDNESDAY Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in St. Paul's Anglican Church on the Blood Indian Reserve for Senator James Gladstone, Canada's only Indian senator, who died Saturday in Fernie, B.C. at the age of 84 years. Family and friends will meet in the church from 8 to 10 p.m. today lo pay iheir respects. Sen. Gladstone, left, talks with Chief Dan George, television and movie star from Vancouver, during a recent Indian conference. grant A former Lcthbridge student at Catholic Central High School, Jerry Grisak, has received a research study grant from the University of Water- loo, Ont. Mr. Grisak, who graduated with honors in urban geology from the University of Alberta, Edmonton, will continue his stu- dies in Waterloo towards a mas- ter of science degree in urban geology. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Grisak of 2103 Oth Ave. S. in Lcthbridge. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 United appeal campaign starts Sept. 13 The 1971 United Appeal Cam- by Doran Berl; paign will kick off Sept. 13 "T1'e committee was broken with an objective of sm.a al: _, ,T I group visited three The Lelhbridge United Ap- 1 'Flr Bcrland0i peal serves 16 agencies, includ- ing Canadian Red Cross, Boy Scouts, Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatic, Canadian Mental Health, Canadian National In- stitute for the Blind, Canadian Paraplegic of Calgary, Girl Guides, John Howard Society, Multiple Sclerosis, Navy League, Lethbridge Family Service, Salvali'on Army, St. John Ambulance, Victorian Or- der of Nurses, YMCA and YWCA. A new approach to the cam- paign this year was started by the budget committee, chaired COMPLETE AIR CONDITIONING FEDOR'S REFRIGERATION Ph. 327-5816 C A Sheet Metal Ph. 328-5973 LEONARD'S Announce the New HOFMAN WHEEL BALANCE "The groups were to find out if the agency was filling a func- tion in the city and if the bud- get request reasonable for the work done by (he agency. Clerks support employers lii shopping hours stand Two hundred and fifty mem- bers of the Retail Clerk's Union, Local 397, have issued a state- ment concerning the closing by- law controversy, which supports the stand taken by their em- ployers. The clerks, employees of Safe- way, L-Mart and Centre Vil- lage I.G.A., are in favor of four days a week open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and two days, Thurs- day and Friday, open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. This is basically what the grocery stores' managements want, with the exception of f.G.A. who favor six days open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The union, however, wants Christmas hours to remain as they would be the rest of the year. The statement included the opinion that Monday c 1 o s ing would create more unemploy- ment in the city. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Ctrllfifd Denlol Mechanic Metropolitan Gldg. 311-4099 Computerized dyna- mic balancing of both wheel planes. It eli- minates human error. The answer lo the balance problem of belted and radial and hard to balance tires. Come In and See This Machine at: LEONARD TAR6EX MART LTD. 1902 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-3580 break-in City police report thieves entry to Canadian Gaso- j line, 1GM 2 Avenue S. bj smashing a rear window, and made with in cash and cheques this weekend. "If the group felt the agency was indeed serving a vital need, they reported this back to the budget committee.71 He said in years past, the agency would tell the directors erf the United Appeal how much money they needed and the di- rectors would try to raise tlie amount, Tliis year, the objective for the appeal is the amount of money (he budget committee feels is the right amount for the 16 agencies to continue lo serve the vital needs ol the community. All the members of the budget committee are people who are familiar with the work of the agencies, said Mr. Berlando, ar.d this gives Uie coir.mittee and the directors of the United Appeal a truer picture of the situation. He said there are about 15 people, including directors who are involved with organization of the appeal this year. Teaching 'without contracts City teachers set for new bargaining By IlEltfi JOHNSON' Staff Writer Representatives of the Alber- la Teachers' Association Tues- day reiterated tlieir willingness to "bargain in good faith" in contract negotiations and at the same time said they could not accept the school boards' posi- tion on working conditions. Russell Purdy, an ATA rep- resentative, said the reason there has been no contract set- tlement for southern Alber- ta teachers is that trustees are not prepared to move into oth- er areas of contract negotia- tions until the teachers agree to drop the matter of working conditions. He sail, the ATA cannot ac- cept this approach. It is not reasonable, he said, to aslr pro- otiril people to sign a con- gotiating committees repro- tract that does not specify the senting both the school hoards conditions under work. which they Keith f'Vecman, abo a mem- ber of the ATA negotiating team, said teachers were be resolved, ing only for "consultative The next s recognizing trustees' contract for and the teachers had a difficult job to do and that at llus time it is best to leave the job to them and see if the mailer con right lo he the final authority in setting policy. Mr. Freeman added that the ATA had tried very hard to make collective bargaining but he some def- inite reservations about it. It is more difficult to bargain as the size of the bargaining units increase, he said. John Boras, separate school board chairman, declined to comment on the situation. Bill Brown, public school board chairman, said the nc- Potts to be named as Peigan manager The Peigan reserve north-j renlly serving as the band's west of Lethbridge may soon recreation director and chair- have a full-Lime manager to man of the economic develop- administer the band's needs. Henry Potts, currently latter sen-ing as interim manager is expected to be appointed lime manager Ihis week. A current member of Peigaii council, Mr. Potts said he will resign as councillor to- day in order to prevent over- lapping of responsibilities. As a councillor he is a gov- erning member of the band and as manager he will be respon- sible for administrative duties connected with running the re- serve. Elected to the Peigan band council in October 1970, he has been acting as interim man- ager since May of this year. A former gas refinery and construction worker ern Alberta for six years, Mr. Potts returned to the reserve in order to see what he could do to improve conditions there. Upon his return he was elect- ed to council and is also cur- step in settling on a teachers in Leth- hridge and Medicine Hat is a meeting the provincial conciliation board Friday. A total of B6G teachers are in- volved. Bargaining began in November, 1970; the concilia- Lion board held its first meet- ing in June, 1971. No award has yet been handed down. The situation is somewhat different for teachers in 18 other districts in southern. Alberta. A conciliation board award handed down in June was re- jected by both trustees and teachers, the latter by a 573- vole. The regional bargain- ing unit takes in all districts south of Brooks and Vulcan, Mr. Purdy said a meeting to mediate the dispute was in the works. Both ATA representatives said the situation, which has about one-third of the teachers in AJberta still working wilh- out a contract for last year, is a result of the School Act of 1970. which removed working conditions from previous agree- allowed school boards to set up regional bar- gaining units. The act was still major concern, Lethbridge Window Cleaners "20 Years of Service" PHONE 327-4037 WATCH and WAIT for SHELDONS 12-HOUR PROMOTION SALE THURS., SEPT. 9th 9 a.m.-9 p.m. GEORGE and ROD Say IT IS ALWAYS DOCTOR APPRECIATION WEEK A doctor afways must be emotionally geared lo handle any emergencies. Any phone call or visit can result in a situation where on >ho spot decisions musl be mode than can affect a per- son's life. Sometimes a doctor will call us lato at night for a medicine that must be made available for a seriously ill patient. Wa arc glad to hclp. We recommend "FAMILY RECORD" for your pre- Bcription requirements. We keep n personal family ilory on your own private card when you favor us with the privilege oF supplying proscribed medfcnUons. In this manner wo can assfsl you in controlling possible Drug Allergies and Sensitivities and prevent drug inter reactions in eo-operotinn with your doctors. This information is immedi- ately available especially when you deal in one DRAFFIN'S TWO DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Hain Medico) Bltlg. 40) 5lh St, S. 601 6lh Avo. S. Frco Delivery Call 328-6133 Call 327-3364 WATCH and WAIT for SHELDONS 12-HOUR PROMOTION SALE 1 DAY ONLY COMING SOON BANQUET OR BUFFET kLEAVETHE- _ TO US Fine Food and Service For the pleasure of your company as well as your- self, if you are planning a party, ask us. We excel in creative catering for oil occasions with delicious food for as many as you like. Our rates are sensible. We Can Accommodate 15 or 300 IN OUR BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE BANQUET HALLS THE SCARLET THE GALT THE MAGRATH alia offer SEMI-PRIVATE SECTIONS In the beautiful Westwinds Dining Lounge Ideal for family celebrations Let's Talk It Over Phone 328-7756 ven FAMILY RESTAURANT 1715 Mayor Mngralh Drive, Lothbridgo Since he assumed the tion of interim manager three months ago the band has intro- duced artificial insemination in order to improve the reserve's matter of they said. McCready-Baines Pharmacy Lid. reminds you they are the Photographic Gift Centre in Lelhbridga Stocking Famous name lines of qualily photo- graphic equipment. We extend an invitalion lo all our customers to inquire about our models of: loicoflox Argus Kodak Zeiss Ikon Polaroid Pc-ntax Vivilar Konica tinhof Yoshicfl Ricok brand graphic items for your total needs. McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3555 SELF-STORING ALUMINUM DOORS Glass and screen panels easily removed from in- side Each window is cuslom made to fit all open- ings. You will not have n n y further painting problems The finest aluminum window you can buy ;