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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Little hotel construction gets backing PARIS (AP) The French government has decided there's long-term virtue in the flea bag hotels of Paris. After five years of offering special financial inducements to builders of plastic palaces, the state hotel credit agency is cutting off incentives to the deluxe hostelries and for the first time offering subsidies to anyone who will put up the kind of a hotel a tour- ist can afford. The long Easter weekend showed what brought the change. The Eitz and the George V had plenty of space, but about of the city's 000 visitors slept in cars or pub- lic buildings, or at inns as far as 75 miles from Paris. The little hotels, the friendly flea bags that traditionally han- dled most of the budget tourist trade, are dying at the rate of about 20 a year. Their owners, who need 80 per cent occupancy year-round to make money, of- ten find it easier to sell out to real estate developers who turn the buildings into offices or apartments. "So a government tourist office official said at this time last year. "You just can't hold back progress. Why, a lot of those little hotels were sordid little places really." But the government hotel pol- icy came under attack. The big, new hotels were described as charmless and without anything specificaBy Parisian. Under the new government decree, a rebate of will be offered for every new hotel room built in the lowest price category, which until this month got no rebate at all. Tight squeeze An Edmonton transit inspector squeezes through the damaged doors of one of two city buses. The front end of the bu s was damaged when it hit the rear of an- other bus. There were no injuries and no estimate of damage available when photo- grapher took picture. .Wednesday, April 25, 1973 _ THE lETHMIDGf HERALD Right to protect sources Reporters conflict scene shifts WASHINGTON (AP) The conflict over the right of Ameri- can reporters to protect their sources has shifted from the courts to the legislative cham- ber. Federal and state politicians are debating a wide variety of bills that would give reporters School unit must pay teacher REGINA (CP) The Mooso- niin School Unit has been or- dered to pay dismissed teacher Margaret Gordon back salary she would have received had she completed the 1972 school year in the board's employ. A board of reference, appoint- ed by Education Minister (ior- don MacMurchy in June, has found that Mrs. Gordons distri- bution of copies of the Van- couver underground newspaper, Georgia Saraight, "was not tantamount to gross miscon- duct." The teacher was fired Oct. 4, 1971 but had been under con- tract to the school unit board until the end of the 1972 school year. In his argument to the board of reference in January, Mrs. Gordon's counsel, Ross Wimnier of Regina, said the amount of salary due to Mrs. Gordon was PRESERVATIVE Although unstated for food preservation, formaldehyde was once used as a pr milk. rvative for partial or complete immunity from being forced to disclose sources of confidential informa- tion. The judiciary committee of the House of Representatives ended hearings last month on the subject of reporters' privi- lege and a subcommittee headed by Congressman Rep. Robert Kastenmeier (Dem. Wis.) has met twice to try to reach a consensus. The Senate judiciary subcom- mittee on constitutional rights, headed by Senator Sam -Ervin (Dem. also held lengthy hearings last month, but has taken no action. Most of the bills fall into two basic categories. One group provides reporters with unqual- ified immunity from testifying about their sources before any grand jury or legislative inves- tigation; the other offers lim- ited immunity. In the House, foi example, a bill co-sponsored by five Re- publicans would provide abso- lute privilege for reporters with regard to investigative proceed- ings before government agencies, federal grand juries or congressional communities. MAKES EXCEPTIONS It would provide only limited privilege in civil or criminal proceedings in federal courts. Reporters could Ije required to disclose confidential informa- tion or sources if the court found the material was relevant to a significant issue in the case and could not be obtained else- where. Another House bill would give professional reporters unqual- ified protection from federal or state court orders to reveal con- fidential news sources or infor- mation. The American Newspaper Publishers Association and' other press groups have urged approval of an unqualified shield law. Congressional sources say, however, that chances for such a measure are slim. "I don't believe Congress will pass an unqualified privilege Senator Ervin has said. The United States Supreme Court ruled last year that the First Amendment to the con- stitution, dealing with free speech, does net give reporters a special exemption from testi- fying before a grand jury about information gained in con- fidence. Several reporters have gone to jail for contempt of court rather than disclose their sources. WARM WELCOME BIRMINGHAM, England (CP) The following ad was seen pinned in a shop window in this Midlands city: "Local pot- ted meat factory requires expe- rienced man or woman for boil- ing down." SCOTIABANK APPOINTMENTS Alvin H. Radons Cart ten Gea The Bank of Nova Scotia announces the appointment of Alvin. H. Radons as manager of its main branch, in Lethbridge. succeeds Carsten Goa, -who has been appointed a supervisor at the bank's Calgary Eegional Office. A Manitoba man, Mr, Radon's 23 years' banking experlenca has all been gained in Western Canada. He has managed two branches in Vancouver and most recently was in charge at "Whalley, B.C. BY POPULAR DEMAND-REPEAT OF A SELLOUT! PROMOTION a.m. to 9 p.m ONE DAY ONIY THURSDAY, APRIL 26th TOMORROW Here's another tremendous opportunity for the budget-minded mothers of Lethbridge to clothe the family at fantastic savings! Don't miss this great saving 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. I and Southern Alberta event! LOOK 7 CC WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Baby Coveralls, each 25c Kiddies' Running Shoes, pair 25c Kiddies' Sandals, pair......... 25c Men's Caps, each 25c Ladies' and Girls' Sling Back, all leather shoes, pair......... 25c LOOK WHAT .00 WILL BUY LOOK WHAT C AC WILL lIU BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Girls' Baby Doll Pyjamas, each 50c Ladies' Running Shoes, pair.....50c ladies' and Girls' Wrangler Hot Pants, pair ..............50c Men's Gabardine Work Hats, each 50c Girls' Denim Jackets. Canadian made, euch.................. 50c Men's Vests, each ............50c Kiddies' Bib Type Coveralls, pair 50c Ladies' and Girls' Rain Boots, pair 50c Men's Short Sleeve Combinations SOc COMPLETE STOCK OF JEANS AND SLACKS Boys' and Girls', Sizes 8 to 18 Kiddies' Sizes 3 to 6x Including brand name C Wrangler and Top Gun Pair...................... 1 Ladies' Bonanza Shoes. Sizes 5-10. (All leather) Canadian made, pair Boys' and Girls' Nylon Shell Jackets, each Ladies' Tee Kay Runners Sizes 5-10, Men's and Boys' dress Western Straw Hats, each Boys' Sport Shirts, long or short sleeve, each Kiddies' Sport Shirts and T-Shirts. Long or short sleeves, some flannelette. Sizes 3 to 6x, each Ladies' Vinyl Snow Boots, piled lined, pair.............. Kiddies' Rain Boots, sizes 6 to 3, Men's Sport Shirts, long or short sleeve, some perma press, Boys' and Girls' all leather shoes Canadian made, pair Ladies' Rain Boots, pair......... Kiddies' Quilted Snowmobile Pants, Girls' Plaid Flare Slacks. Sizes 3 to 6x, Girls' Skirts 100% Bonded Acrylic ...................ea. Boys' and Kiddies Flare Pants..............pair 1 Boys' and Girls' long sleeve Turtle Neck T-Shirts. Canadian made by Penmans, each Don't miss the biggest 1 day foto in letb- bridge's history. Unbeatable values! Get here somehow and get hen fasti Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thwrs., April 26th only. ALL SALES ARE FINAL-NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES LOOK WHAT WILL L BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Men's Western Cut Pants by Wrangler. Made in U.S.A, Canadian made Ladies' Tee Kay Marie Claire leather Shoes, pair Boys' and Gins' brand name Braves Shoes, All feather, Ladies'Acrylic Sleeveless Vests, each Ladies', Girls', Kiddies' Summer Coats, SHELDONS OPPOSITE GAIT GARDENS ON 3rd AVE. S. 516 3rd AVE S NEXT DOOR TO BANK OF MONTREAL Jeans and Slacks Brand Names Including Wrangler and Top Gun. Pair................... Men's Sizes 28 to 36. Ladies' Sizes 8 to 16. Men's Rubber Boots, Men's Tee Kay Running Shoes, pair Men's 4 Buckle Overshoes, pair Men's Hare Ponis, pair......... Men's Cartoon Sweatshirts I sleeves, each Men's Acrylic Nylon dress and casual shirts, short each ladies', Girls', Boys' Denim Jackets, oH stretch, nylon, fortrel flare pants, pair Men's Corduroy Shirts, long sleeves, each........ Kiddies', girls', teenagers, ond ladies' spring ond summer dress coats, each Boys' and girts" long sleeve Polyester Crepe Shirts, Canadian made, each LOOK WHAT WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Boys' showerproof Top Coats, each............ Men's, Boys', Ladies' Sweaters, each Kiddies' Winter Jackets Sizes 3 to 6x, each......... Men's Western Shirts Each..................... Boys' All Wool Sport Jackets Each ?3 .Girls' and Teens' Jump Suits, each........... Complete stock of Men's and Ladies' Dress and Casual Summer Jackets, each....... Boys' and Girls' A Camper Oxfords, pair....... ZptJ Men's Dress Shoes, all leather, pair............ Boys' and Gir.V Blue Denim 14% oz. Wrangler Jeans, pair..... Fleece lined Kangaroo Hooded Sweat- shirts, Canadian made by Penmans, each LOOK WHAT .00 WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Girls' Double Knit Suits Sizes 3-6x, each............ Men's Wronger BJve Denim Jeans, pair Beys' and Ankle Camper Boots, pair Men's Everpress Golf Jackets (incl. Jack each........ LOOK WHAT SC.OO WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Men's Winter Jackets Sizes 36 to 46, each..... Ladies' and Girls' Winter Car Coats, each Boys' and Girls' Winter Jackets, each Boys' and Girls' Hi-Top Camper Boots, pair Men's All-Leather Ankle Work Boots, pair..... Men's Golden Glove all leather white sole Ankle Boots and Oxfords for g work and camping, pair___ Boys' and girls' waterproof Cowboy Boots. Canadian made by Bata, pair............. LOOK WHAT WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Men's Golden Glove all toother sole Hi Top Work ond Camping Boots, pair ;