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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH! WATCH FOR NEW REDUCED AIR FARES WITHIN CANADA "COMING SOON" ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328.3101 The LetMwidge Herald SECOND SECTION 7.cthbriilgc, Alberta, Thursday, August 10, 1972 PAGES 11 TO 22 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 10] PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you huve a spare pair of glatiel for holiday Contracts expire Heavy unrest seen for spring labor By HUDY IJAUGENFDER Herald Slaff Writer Alberta's construction indus- try faces massive unrest next spring, Roy Berlando, secre- tary of the Lethbridge Building and Construction Trades Coun- cil predicted this morning. At least 20 labor contracts will expire throughout the rovince in March and both abor and management are ex- >ecled to dig in for a pitched jattlc. Mr. Berlando says much will epend on amendments to the Iberta Labor Act, which the SUMMER SOARING Tho lonely circling of a hawk, like 1ne one shown above, is a rapidly disappearing sight in many parls of Norlh America. Though protected by many thoughtless persons with rifles tfill toko cleasure in killing the me hunters call themselves conservationists and spend more time eomploininfl about an increase in rodent population in the very area where they killed the hawk. -Walter Kerber Photo birds. Ironically, mony of Iho Hearing here Sept. 16 Hotels happy with liquor laws Tho hospitality Industry Is generally happy with existing liquor legislation, according to spokesmen of the hotel and res- taurant associations. However, the industry still wants improvements to bo rnadCj including the appoint- ment of n concilialion board, and the relaxation of resi- dence requirements for liquor licensing. The provincial liquor legisla- tion committee will hold public hearings in Lclhbridgc Sept. 36. In the meantime, it is in- viting submissions with respect in writing lo suggest- ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Scbwnriz Bldg. 222 Sill St. 5. Phono 328-1095 changes In existing liquor aws. "We are bappy with (he leg- said Dan Roycr of the Park Plaza Molor Hotel, a di- rector of the Alberta Hotel As- sociation. "We can now serve iquor on Sundays, and al- .hough food is available in the liars and taverns, customers need not necessarily cat while irinking." "I think it Is in our inter- est that we don't have the easier Montana Mr. Royer said. "As far as the ho- tel industry is concerned, I'd say we have no complaints." Peter Halt of the Marquis Hotel, president of the South- ern Alberta Restaurant Asso- ciation, also said he is "happy with the legislation as a but added there could still bn improvements. He said at present, the deci- sion of the liquor licensing board Is final and there is no nprcal. "Perhaps a conciliation should be set he said. "Existing legislalion also re- quires a licence holder lo be a resident, of Alberta for at least one Mr. Hale said. "While it does liclp prevent shifty operators from making n luick buck antl then leaving, it somehow denies newcomers a 'liance to earn a living." Mr. Roycr sale the Allicrta Hotel Association will hold a meeting early nest month to discuss the liquor legislation is- sue, and ttic opinion he ex- pressed is his own. Mr. Hale said his association has already submitted a brief to tile committee. Three horticultural shows held in city Aug. 19, 20 COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 Sorve The Perfect Food For All Occasion! KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN "It's Finger Lfcfcin Good" SPECIAL SAVINGS ON BULK ORDERS FOR SMALL OR LARGE PARTIES! BREAD PIES PASTRIES BIRTHDAY and ANNIVERSARY CAKES Wo deliver anywhere in Southern Alberta More tlinn 350 classes n! flowers and vegetables will ho judged during three big horti- cultural shows at the exhibition pavilion Aug. 13 and 20. This year is Itie 50th anni- versary for the Ixjlhbridge hor- ticultural society which is put- linf; on its own show as well as the )8th Alberta horticul- tural provincial show ami the Canadian Gladiola show. The exhibits will be judged from noon to 2 p.m. on Aug. 10, antl then they will lie open 'or public viewing. A banquet at S p.m. is open to all interested at a small charge. The s h o w s will Iffi official- ly opened a( 7 p.m. by Mayor Amly Anderson. A "wards will be presented Aug. 20 rit p.m., followed by a tour of the city for out of-lown guests. Entries for the Canadian Olaciiola show are expccfe< from all over Canada. Mem bcrs nf (lie Lclbbridrje horticul lural society say there arc con firmed entries from Winnipeg the west coast mid Quebec. Along with the class cnlric, by individuals, there will als Iw displays set up by Sick' Brewery, and 111 agricultural research station at Brooks, Olds ami I bridge. A special vegetable seclio will also ho featured at 111 show. A Gardener of the Yc.ir also to Iw named, judged I; past Gardeners of the Yen ic Herald is the donor of an vard for the winner of the Je. A new trophy, the Dr. J. S :cwart Memorial Trophy foi le best flower arrangement ill lie presented for the firs me at the show. Entry deadline for all three :iows is midnight, Aug. 17. Warm weather welching not Achievers to attend conference arovincia! government plans to mpliment this fall. Manpower Minister Bert Hohol h.as invited both labor and management representa- tive.? lo submit written briefs rocomm ending possible changes by Sept. 11. These will be followed by public hearings into the matter, Evidence of the trouble to come was expressed by Mr. Ecrlando who said the current Alberta 1-abor Act does not af- ford much protection to the working man. He predicted the Alberta Liquid cattle feed plant to be built here by Oct. 1 The first plant In Western Canada to produce cattie liquid feed is under construction in Lethbridge for National Graij! M. of Winnipeg. Garbage must be covered The plant is schedul- ed to completed at 3305 2nd Ave. N. by Oct. 1, manager Ray Wolfe said today. In full production, the plant will turn out tons a year of liquid feed supplement. The production process does not require much labor, Mr. Wolfe said, so only two people will bo hired at first. Employ ment could grow to 10 or 12 jeraons in the future. The liquid feed is used exten- sively in the United States, Ur. Wolfe said, and is catching on in Canada. It is an easier way to feed cattle, he said. Conslruclion Association will successfully lobby for harsher labor laws t'J "leal with the workers. Alberta's Labor Act will closely resemble that of British Columbia's by contract expiry time, he said. D.C.'s labor act supplies the construction association all the ammunition they need to ride rough shod labor and, Mr. Berlando said "the first thing you'll see here is no strikes period." Admitting labor strikes aren't the idea! way lo solve labor management problems, they do however give the work, er negotiating power, he said. The province will not ban strikes but will give manage- ment the power to get injunc- :ions against possible strikes and strikers whenever they want. Mr. Berlando said Ihe Na- tional Construction Association bas become better organized than the unions and arc suc- cessfully lobbying (or more anti union legislation. Construct i o n associaiion's Txllibridgc came close to 30-year record hifih Wcdncs- j day, with temperatures only two (Ifgrecs off the !tt set in Wednesday q u i I e a hit holler (han UK- same date last year, when the thermometer only reached 81. However, that's not usual. AuRiisl wos just generally "lint" last year. There wa.s ,1 (rare of rain overnight, mcnniiiR less than of an i n c h, or just enough lo make your car need wiping off in the mor- ning. The hifihs and lows expected (or today and Friday arc 85 and 55, with sunshine all day and Ihundcrshowcrs in the eve- ning. Eight Lcthbridge members Junior Achievement will :ave Aug. 24 lo attend the 1972 anadian National Junior chicvement Conference. The delegates, all secondary cbool students, are Rodney :uszar, Frank Vidmar, Gerry a t y 1 y n, Micliellc LcBaron, udy MoncrieK. Caroline Finn, rian Forstell and Bonnie Me- iweti. All eight were award- inners at the 1971-72 windup anquct. The four-day CANJAC Con- srence will be atlcnded by 300 and will feature nanagcment workshops, (iis- :ussions and committee meet- ngs. Contests for national awards vill be held: Company of the Year, Best Annual Report, Best resident, Vice-president Sales, Vice-president Manufacturing, Corporate Secretary, Trea- surer, Public Speaking, Sales- man, nnd Miss J. A. The 1972-73 term of Lcth- bridgc Junior Achievement bc- giiis in the first week of Oc- All high school student's are eligible to participate; rec- ruiting will begin in the second week of September. Junior Achievement attempts lo expand an education pro- gram to give students expe- rience to ownership, manage- ment and working for a profit, while forming a club with its own social activities. The police department has been directed to crack down on people hauling garbage in un- covered trucks or utility trail- ers. Effective immediately a by- law vail be enforced making it unlawful to haul any refuse ex- cept sand, gravel, dirt or con- crete on city streets in an un covered truck or trailer. Unless the refuse is in t metal container, a canvas cov cr or tarpaulin must be used to keep the garbage from blow- ing out of the truck bed or util- ity trailer. The fine for hauling garbage in art uncovered vehicle is a maximum of The bylaw applies to both residents and business owners. Cancer fund iiears 1972 AMA exhaust test back objective Donations to the Lolhbridgo and district Cancer Fund drive total to date, less thai from the objective o! Campaign manager C e ci Gordon said he is confiden the target will be met. lie re quested those who have not ye sent in their contributions to dt so immediately to 409 Canada Trust Bldg. or telephone 327 5432. ______________ Fined Allen Zimmer and R o b e r Brewster were each lined for impaired driving, at provin cial judge's court Wednesday Both are on probation fo three months. are now calling the shots such as in B.C. where they reacted to labor management negotia- by locking out con- ruction workei-s and brought (00 million in construction to standstill, he said. He forecast a similar situa- on in Alberta next spring. Both the Alberta Federation f Labor and the Alberta Con- truction Association are cur- enlly drafting briefs lo present i the government for the ,abor Act changes. Gordon Alexander, general manager of the Alberta Con- tniction Association said In a elephone interview that next spring's labor situation de- pends on the attitudes of both abor and management at tho .ime. BUSY SPOT The Lethbridge post office handles pieces of letter mail every day. The Alberta Motor Associa- ion's "countdown to clean air" motor vehicle exhaust testing unit will be located at the Col- egc Mall shopping centre Thursday 'J) Saturday this week. The unit offers free testing of vehicle exhaust from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Satur- day. SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 Planning a Camping Vacation Shop Hoyt's for Great Buys on TENTS 9'x9' TENT With ouliido emembly caiwas llcai Reg. 68.00. SPECIAL 9'xl2' CABIN With Nylon Floor. 112.50 DELUXE PUP TENT With canvas floor Reg. 22.95. QC SPECIAL ____ 'I Call Sporting 327-5767 DOWNTOWN CUFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Leva! MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-7827 FOOD and PASTRY SHOP 2021 1701 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 32B-8I61 M.M. DRIVE PHONE 328-7751 WINDOW COOLERS BTU BTU BTU LARGER SIZES AVAILABLE CHARLTON HILL LTD. AIR CONDITIONING CENTRE OF THE SOUW 1262 2nd AVE. i. PHONE 328-3388 VACATION CHECK LIST Before you go on your well-earned holiday vacation be sure and check for these necessary items. -k RENEW YOUR Sunglcrsiei Sun Ian lotion Film y Camera Check J F9ajh Bulbs y Cotmefics j Insect Repellent Shampoo Shaving Gear Eye First Aid Supplies Tooth Brush Foot Ala's Tooth Brush Holder Hand Lotion "WHERE SALES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE" McCREADY-BAlNES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3555 Alia operating WATERTON PHARMACY LTD. In Waterlon National Park Worn Out Tires? Instal UN5ROYAL TIRES from KIRK'S We hcve tires for every need and every pockelbook! Take Kirk's TIGER TREAD RETREADS for an example: They will give you Ihe wear ond safely of Brand New and are only a Fraclion of Ihe CosM Size 7.75x14 or F78xl4 ONLY, EACH S-i C.95 (EXCHANGE) CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE! KIRK'S LETHBRIDGE-1621 3rd Ave. Phono 327-5985 or 327-4705 lilc TABER, Alla.-6201 50th Ave. Phono 223-3441 FERNIE, B.C.-Phonn 423-7746 ;