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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta DID "U" KNOW For only enjoy a 2 country mile 30 clay Irionglo trip. Vilil Colgary, Van- couver, San Francisco, Lol Angeles, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary. where you wanl-as long a> you wanl. For further details contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 326-8184 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lcliibridge, Alberta, Wednesday, August 18, ]'J7.t PAGES 17 TO 28 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY SHOP 3rd Ave., M.M. Drive, b. Phono 326-6161 "The Pioneer and Leading Retail Shop in Lelhbridge" FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS Government kills local tourist centre J3y ROB TURNER Staff Wrilcr A proposal set forth earlier this month to consLrucl a pro- vincial informalion centre in Lelhbridge has been killed by Lhc Alberta Government Tiavcl Bureau. In an Aug. 13 lellcr to Ihe Travel and Convention Associa- tion of Southern Alberta, Doug Evans, director of the AGTB said construction of Ihe centre in Lhe city would be "inop- propi'iate." Frank Smith, manager of TCASA said in an interview, however, he believed Ihe action to be a case ot the government "picking up ils marbles and go- ing home" when it didn't get its own way. The government had wanted to build the centre near the Japanese gardens, Leth- bridge's main louiist attrac- tion, but apparently ran into op- position from both the gardens' society and the city. The letter announcing the de- cision not to build said "at this time we will not be establish- ing an information centre in your city." "As the growth of Lelhbridge continues, perhaps this subject may be re-examined." Mr. Smith said the construc- tion of a second tourist hut on Mayor Magrath Drive would have been "superfluous." A move by the government to take over the Henderson Lake hut was never followed through. He said he believed the de- sire to build a third hut in Lclh- brrdge was motivated by "po- litical" reasons and was an ef- fort by the government to tell tlu: people, "see what we've done." He criticized the "Make tracks to Albeita" as an attempt at billboards the same thing and said one director had talked to a tourist in Idaho who was perusing one of Lhe signs ana thought Alberta was "a town in British Columbia." SEND HER FLOWERS! Flowers Help Sleepyheads Make Breakfast! MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Marquis Hotel Building Phone 327-1515 Litter bears popular items The wide, toothy grin of "Al- berta Little Bear" will be dis- played all across the province soon if the popularity it has achieved in the last two continues into the future. The S47 garbage barrels pro- duced by the Travel and Con- vention Association of Southern Alberta as a non-profit project have been ordered by such di- verse groups as the Edmonton Public Library, a park near Hcd Deer, St. Paul and Coulls. A total of eight bears have been ordered so far. Three of the bears are already on dis- play in Claresholm where they are manufactured, Fort Mac- Icod and Indian Battle Park in Lethbridge. The psychology of "feeding a bear" is apparent when it is re- vealed that the one at Foil Macleod has to be emptied at least once a day now com- pared to the once or twice a week which its more conven- tional predecessor was emp- tied. STEEL RAIL ICEBERG-An old sleel rail protruding from the ground under the eighth support of Lethbridge's high-level bridge is not really significant until one learns that 36 feet of it are underground and (Is been there for 62 years. The rail was accidentally dropped about 130 feet from the brdige fop during its construction in 1909 by a worker, J .C. Hendrickson, now in his mid-90s, who returned from High River in July and found it still there. The impact of ihe rail on the ground all those years ago buried it until only four feet were (eft showing. Wilson Phofo Guards may strike Bargaining rights are major issue By LARKV BENNETT Staff Wrilcr The lack of bargaining rights is the major reason for the pro- posed Ai'g. 25 strike by mem- bers of the Alberta Association for Correctional officers. Ward Ingoldsby, president of Ihe local associafion, said to- day, members feel it is an opportune lime to strike, our actions are not meant to represent political blackmail.'1 "Until now we have been al- most second class citizens. We have not had the rights of work- ers in industry, he said. Mr. Tngoldsby said the last negotiations for a pay increase gnin in good faith in the past: posed strike was called he with the provincial government said. and the .June settlement was the Attorney-General Edcar Ger- firsl ever to be imposed. i hn-t saiil Tuesday that any He said the association has j Alberta Correctional ________ been asking the provincial gov-1 staf[ members who are on ernmeni for arbitration and i strike after Aug. 25 will te conciliation rights for years i fired. and many in Ihe association Tne AUorllcv GcnCTal said i 'oc' lf "ie rights arc not grant-1 ,.t di-iim 'although the association Mi in r.nn "al cunl 01 a 6 en incj maj not wish to con-, lnc institutions will be staffed I mue working in the correc-, the nclrp The armed tional system. forces ,vould bc CBllcd m Mr. Ingoldsby said, "after the j augment the JiC'.WP i! neces- imposed settlement a petition sary. requesting Lhe bargaining rights was circulated and sign- ed by 95 per cent of the provin- cial membership. The local association will had been imposed on Ihe asso- ciation disnile its disapproval. He said the association mem- meet tonight to discuss further plans. The meeting t> to be al- icnc'ed by representatives from bership voted to reject a pay lne Calgary jai' and field rep- increase of 4.7 per cent for this resentatives from the provm- year and G per cent for next year. The pay increase bad been reached by a provincial mediation board. "V.'hen the mediation board settlement WES he said, "the matter was taken before the provincial cabinet for consideration. The cabinet upheld the settlement and it was imposed on the association June 1." The imposed settlement meant an increase of from S180 to S240 per year for a grade 1 correctional officer in the first year. The increase would be about for the second year. The salary for a correctional officer (grade 1) currently starts at per month and in five years it increases to ?S34 per month. Mr. Ingoldsby said the asso- ciation was always able to bar- cial association. Lethbridge Provincial Jail Warder, J. L Fisher, slid a i strike by the association would create a major inconvenience because the majority of the jail staff belongs io the cssocia- tion. "This is the first time a prov- incial jail staff strike has ever been said Mr. In- goldsby, "but the staff of the Foothills General Hospital in Calgary once bad to threaten a strike when a provincial mediation board would not rec- ognize their association as a representative b a r g a i n ing unit." "Their association was fin- ally recognized and the pro- Buijert explain the election issue A political generation gap may be developing over the Social Credit party's election promise to provide grants to first-time purchasers of homes. SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT 509 6th Avenue South INUTE UFFLEH INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 John Anderson. Social Credit candidate in Lcthbridge East in the Aug. 30 provincial election, said he has discovered while campaigning that sorce older voters are annoyed by the promise, while younger people lend to be enthusiastic about it. Apart from this, Mr. Ander- son said, there are "no great big issues" in the Lethbridge campaign. Most people are satisfied w i t h the way tilings are, lie said, and can't see any advant- age to defeating a government which has been successful. Moreover, Social Credit candi- CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-5S22 1 AUGUST 16th thru AUGUST 21st ONLY ZELLER-SAFEWAY SHOPPING CENTRE Mayor Magralh Drive Phone 326-7576 One HOUR 'ittMIK THE MOST IN DRY CLEANING WESTMINSTER VILLAGE 13lh Slrcet North Phone 327-6726 MEN'S SLACKS LADIES' SLACKS MEN'S SUIT JACKETS LADIES' SUIT JACKETS LADIES' PLAIN SKIRTS......each WHITE SHIRTS Laundered to perfection, folded or on Imnger EACH BE WISE-MARTINIZE Open Doily a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. dales in this area are aided hy say we plan lo nationalize ev- Ihe fact that Premier Strom is and popular in Uic soulh. Mr. Anderson is concentrat- ing on coffee parties in his headquarters and door-to-door campaigning to meet voters. He said he will not cover ev- ery home in his riding, al- though he expects to visit a ma- jority. Because he frequently stops to discuss political issues with crything." "The scare of socialism is completely gone." Mr. Buijert, v.-ho got off to a slow start in liis campaigning, plans lo.knock on doors in his constituency until the end of the campaign. However, it will be impos- sible to personally visit every home in the riding, he says. "People are much more in- terested in politics than they Young people especially are asking questions about pollu- tion and unemployment, and several people are enthusiastic about the NDP proposal to es- tablish government run car insurance. "But mostly people are ask- ing general questions about what the 1STIP stands for. They know they are dissatisfied with Ihe Social Credit government, and they want to know what BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL! THERMOS LONCH KITS of colors 51-49 In choi Reg. SPECIAL AS ABOVE WITH THERMOS BOTTLE Reg. 4.29 SPECIAL .29 DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S, CALL HOU5EWARES 327-5767 I ther First to Camm's for Shoes! then BACK TO SCHOOL WET LOOK TIE By Marie Claire and Susan in navy, red, brown and black crinkle palent wef look, also in brown suede. 3 EYELET SUEDE TIE In chocolale and light Ian suede. Also in brown seude, and navy and black wet look, AAA and B widths Sizes 5 Io 10 voters he finds it difficult to were four years ago (Mr. Bui- we have to offer." maintain a fast pace in his Jcrt was also the NDP can- house-to-house campaigning. I chdate for Lethbndge m the Mr. Anderson is being aided provincial and I by a large number of women often stop to talk to them. It's in his constituency, who are: gratifying to see so much conducting a telephone cam-! interest, but it does take more paign for him. In the last two weeks of (lie campaign, he will concentrate heavily on press and media ad- vertising, and may step up the pace of his personal campaign- ing. The fear of socialism among the electorate is no longer a factor working against the New Democratic Party, according to Klaas (Charlie) Buijerl, NDP candidate in Lethbridgc West. In his campaigning for the Aug. .10 provincial election, Mr. Buijert says, "not even once have I heai'd anyone compare the NDP to Communism, or time Jlr. Buijert will also be able to increase his radio and press advertising in the last few days of the campaign, because of an unexpected influx of local con- tributions into NDP coffers. However, he will still be con- centrating on posters, leaflets and personal contact to get across the NDP message. People are more concerned and are asking more questions this year Mian was Ihe case in 19B7, Mr. Buijert says. 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Phone 328-8954 Inserted by the Lethbridge West Social Credit Constituency Association STEREO TAPE SPECIAL! 3 CURRENT 8 TRACK TAPES Regular Retail Price 7.95 each. NOW ONLY for 15 .00 DON'T MIS THIS GREAT WEKEND SPECIAL AT ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS STEREO PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 419 5th STREET S. PHONE .128-6922 ;