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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW IT COSTS NO MORE TO DEAL THROUGH YOUR TRAVEL AGENT FOR ALL TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS? CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CEOTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Herald SECOND SECTION Lctlibridge, Alberta, Thursday, April 27, 1972 VAGES 17 TO SO NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Summer Is coming. Bo ready with a pair of Prescriplion Sunglasses. Historic could MUSIC FESTIVAL CONTINUES With pen in hand, and ears in lune, and eyes skillfully watching the notes run up and down The lines of music before him, and his body feeling the pulses of the music that come toward him, adjudicator Frederick Carter listers and judges the qualily and style of the performer confronting him. Meanwhile, ihe performer, in this case contrallo Koren Clelland, stands nervously, watching the adjudi- cator, singing to her audience carefully formed words and vibraling vocal cords, and hoping for the best she can ottoin, one! for good com- ments and criticisms that may help her singing in the future. lions and performances similar to this will continue today through Sat- urday in the 42nd annual Kiwanis music festival. Faulds Plioto Mobile home construction standards established By JIM MAYBIE Heralil Staff Writer Purchasers of Canadian ma- nufactured mobile homes and recreation veliicles will re- ceive at least a standard war- rantee in the future of the Cana- dian Mobile Home am! Travel Trailer Association (CMHTTA) has its way. The association, which repre- sents more than 90 per cent of Canadian manufactured mo- bile homes and recreation veh- icles, is aiming at establishing at least a minimum warrantee for purchasers of any mem- bers' products. At a recent association meet- ing in Winnipeg, Elmer Fer- guson, director of market ing for Prebuilt Industries of Lcth bridge, was elected a director of CMHTTA. He is one of 1C directors of the organization. Eight direc- tors are in {he mobile home manufacturing business, four are in the recreation vehicles field and four are from asso DON'T FORGET Mother's Day is May 14th! ORDER NOW! Don't Forget There's still time to wire ffowers for overseas delivery; FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 6th St. S. Phone 327-5747 :iated companies fcomponent Mr. Ferguson said another )rime goal of the association upgrading the standards of construction and safety of member firms' products. The CMHTTA, in conjunction vith the Canadian Standards Association has been successful in establishing a wilding code for the industry assuring the purchaser of members' units of a minimum standard of safety. While the minimum standard i s co nsi ci erably nbove wha t many, if not most, non-certified firms are turning out, the asso- ciation wants these standards raised even higher. To become a member of the CMHTTA, a nianufactur e r must certified by CSA as meeting or surpassing the min- imum code. The standards, developed over the past five years, cover vehicular, structural, plumbing. Unemployment population 4twice size of Lethbriclge' By RUDY IIAUGENEDER Herald Staff Writer EDMONTON Prairie un- employment figures show that about people are out of work or "approximately twee the population of says Joe Morris, executive vice-president of the Canadian Labor Congress. Addressing about 400 dele- gates at the Alberta Federation of Labor conference, Mr. Mor- ns castigated Ihe Trudeau gov- ernment for what he called "The continuing unemployment situation, which is a disgrace to our country." "Any discussion about em- ployment bogs down in a maze of statistics and (here is no measure that can be applied to the suffering and degradation of workers and their families as week after week goes by with one useless effort after an- other (o find he said. Official figures used are "in- adequate and inaccurate." ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 St. S. Phone 328-4095 "At least another quarler- inillion people suffer from the prevailing unemployment sit- uation, but the government doesn't talk about these figures. These include thousands in- volved in short Manpower training programs, people working under local initiatives programs but with no regular jobs. Others include old people with small pensions, students who stay in school longer than they intended and Indians am Metis people, alt of whom are not listed on the statistics sheets. Mr. Morris wants the govern inent to call an election make people make up thci minds." The government must impos' a full employment budget am fiscal policy to "spur the eco- nomy, not slow It down." These include; low cost hous ing. more health facilities ant adequate pensions. Celebrate Your Special Occasions at Ericksen's! 7his FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENING "SUNSET 4" 8 to 12 p.m. No Cover Charge m THE oi.o TRADITION nr WOSPITAUTY testaulant PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONS! Man injured One injury am! dnniag resulted when a car driven b John Clack, 90ft 19th SI. N. co lided with a motorcycle drive liy Brian Piesziliala, 11, of 7-5 Jflth St. N. shortly after I p.ir Wednesday. Police report ibe intersectio collision occurred at fltli Ave ant: 13th St. N. Picszihala remains in St. M chad's General Hospital with a broken hip and a broken leg. oil, electrical components nd installation. Cost of certification and CSA ispections is home by Uie in- ividual companies. A certified mobile home car- ies a blue CSA label by the oor and recreation vehicles ave red labels. United pro- lucetl by CMHTTA members ilso carry CMHTTA red and ilua labels. Alberta was the first prov- nee to mandate regulations governing construction safety itandards for mobile homes md recreation vehicles based m CSA standards. Starting this year, dealers not allowed to sell mobile lotnes or recreation vehicles vhich do riot carry the CSA jlue or red seal. Some mobile homes and tra- vel trailers are coming into Letbbridge that arc not. certi- fied, Mr. Ferguson said, Deal- ers will eventually be caught By KUDV HAUGKNKDEK Herald Staff Writer Public apathy and a possible hortngc of funds may kill a roposal to re-enact episodes of ouihorn Alberta history, About 20 people, mostly uni- students, attended a lubiic meeting Wednesday to analyze community interest, eaction and involvement he Sight. Sound, the Fury. Frank Smith, the Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta manager who announced Opportunities for [ins for two years been imrtur- Youth mg the concept ot portrayinR i Tlle covcr cost Historic events .ir.dcr huKe of ,hc canl site ;md the cost of ac- searchlights military tattoo style says there is little doc- umented support for the pag-jiors. eanl from city hall and comma- The over-nil cost of the pro- nit-y service clubs. ject is in- cluding the cost of promotion next Year's sum- Compounding the problem of public apathy is the problem of financial backing for the event. At present the fate of the j mer-lime episodes. Sight, Sound and Fury binges yet to be nd those uncertified uml aken off the local market. E.G. is the only other pro1 nee that has legislated agains units not approved by CSA. an i rigid is planneeople at the Edm o ti t o n iportex Building, Saturday morning the Prime Minister will .speak to the an- nual meeting of the Alberta jibtTEil Party at Edmonton's lolel Macdonalcl. Una Evans, an Edmonton al- derman and Lihera1 candidate in Edmonton East, said the party hus already nominated candidates in 11 provincial rid- ings and is prepared to contest 10 Alberta seats in the House of Commons as soon as an election is culled. Mrs. Evans, chairman of the committee organizing the weekend conference, said I.ola Lange of Claresholm will speak on women's rights. Mrs. Lange was a member of the Hoyal Commission on the Status of Women. Others to speak at the annual meeting, will be: Veteran Af- airs Minister Art Laing on northern development, Agrieul- urc Minister I'ud Olson on arm affairs, Minister of State Mahoney on finance, Hu Tarries (Lib. Edm onto n- Slraihcona) on Urban affairs ind Mr. Sulatycky on the en- vironment. Because of the Prime Minis- ;er's visit, a large delegation is expected to attend from south- ern Alberta sairl Mrs. Evans. Provincial Liberal L e ader Boh Russell will meet with his 'shadow cabinet" iic. Ihe con- ierence to discuss how to get Liberals elected to the Alberta legislature at the next provin- cial election. However, the major business will be aimed at preparing the Liberal organization for an ex- pected federal election. B. C. Tanner, an Edmonton alderman and accountant has announced he will not seek a second term as president of the Alberta Liberal Party. A new slate of officers is to be elected during the weekend. laming the pageant's television rights. Steve Kofcli, a city business- man and alderman said, "We can't afford to let this project go rlown the drain." If. the CFY grant falls through, other financial hackers will have to IHJ found, lie said, warning of Calgary's interest in the project. Local backers should ho found to "take a gamble and keep the momentum he initi. The proposal is vital in this aiea's rapid tourist growth. Terry Bland, reiterating tha importance of the proposal, help be the site Final Symphony Monday The final Lethbridge Sym- phony Association coticerl will be held Monday in the Yates Memorial Centre at p.m. The Symphony Chorus will be featured for the theme Songs of the People. Featured artists include the Foster Trio with Perry Foster on cello, Margaret Foster on clarinet and Eddie On ami t on Ron, piano. The Frances Family, Edith, Sara, Byran and Laurn- lee will play three instrumen- tal numbers. Folk Song Chorus, directed suggested volunteer sought in preparing carrying out. the acting. However, he warned that LcthbrUlge may have grown to the point where it is too large and sophisticated for a mass volunteer community effort to produce the show on a mar- ginal budget. The future of the pageant was placed in the hands of the Alberta Historic Productions society, whose interim execu- tive was asked to stay on for the time being by those attend- ing the public meeting. CLIFF BLACK, Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2022 by Lily l.nrlcr, was specially formed for lliis concert. Solo- ists in the cliorus are Michael and Colleen Kaufmann, Arthur Hunt, Walter Gocrzen and Mary Thomson. Hush tickets are available nl Lcsilers Music Mil., or at the door prior (o (lie concert. 3-Day Special! IMPERIAL .22 LONG RIFLE SHELLS Mnnu. Sugg. liil Price 1.28 SPECIAL, PER BOX 99" Col Sporting Goods 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Do have merchandise to consign? WE HAVE A Free Pick-Up Service AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Avn. N. Phone 327-1222 "IT'S PURE MAGIC" Are you allergic lo your coimelici? Pure Magic irom MOK Faclor is Hypo-Allcrgcnic Deimnlolagiil Icitcd and Fragrance Free-] SUPER CLEAR Medicated liquid make-up. "Smooths and moisturizes" [Available- in S different shades) SUPER COVER Medicaiod cnVe make Covers blomishcs like (Available in 5 SUPER BLODDER Medicaled pressed powder. "Soaks up sKine like magic" (Available in 3 ihados) "WE ARE OPEN MONDAYS" up. differen 2.50 2.50 2.50 McCREADY-BAINES__________ PHARMACY LTD. CHARGEX 614 3rd Ave. S. 327-3555 radios. tMlkinq AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. COAIDAU TRADING POST CLOSE-OUT SALE Sat., April a.m. Display cases, ranges, fridges, beds and springs, mo. riogony fop bor, folding chairs, square nnd round butchei blocks, new chests oi drawers, TV's gt rnirrnrs, 90 it. fisli nef, new saddle, saddle blankets, mo n tic docks, 10 new suitcases, cash register, machines, treadle sewing machines, electric sowing mo- chines, mangles, fire extinguislinrs, srnp sloofs, tables, TV antennas, bicycles, vacuum clcanors, sfovn pipe and furnace fittings, sinks and toilels, compressors, palio Jnbles, crufches, ski rfoo trailer, chinawaro, Colemari coolers, meat grinders, lanterns, books, floor polishers, toosFers, sump pumps, bamboo curfotni, lamps, wafffe irons, fertilizer spreader, yard iiles, Iricyclos, garden loots, hard hats, saws, hockey antf foorbnll equipmcnf, electric and gas heaters, shovels, plants. Irons, bfrd cages, 1ires. typewriters, pic- B7U furoacc. PLEASE NOTf: There arc far loo many ircms lo list, end we would suqgest you view the itomj Friday evening or prior lo the sale. The sole will conlinue Crirougrioul the tfoy, and there will bo refreshment! available. THIS IS AN EXCEPTFOMAUY FINE ArVD RARE AUCTION SAU AND WE ARE VERY PROUD TO HAVE THE OPPORTUN- ITY TO AUCTION THIS STOCK, SO WE EARNESTLY RECOM- MfcND YOUR PAlKONAGfc. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Avo. N. REED HAWTHORNE GILL HOrE-Lk. 34S Suloft Reprcicniafivs ;