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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta LAS VEGAS 5 4 nighis cH incluiive lojf, dtpcrtyre Dec. 17lh. Per Person For bookings ond information content ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 323-3201 The LctHbndgc Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridgc, Aiberta, Wednesday, December 13, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 23 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. 7th SlrfcfrT Shopping Mall Uthbridgo, Alberto Ptent (403) 328-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SALES Subtle prejudice under close eye of commission RON CAI.DWKLL ffcrald Slalf Wriltr A rx: kep' on trrt subtle forms of dis- criminatiuri the terta Human PJrtjt; O-Tninis- sion officially ir.to ezL5- JM. 1. Tne replace Human Rights Brazen a result of leg- islation during the fall Hft-ion of the legislature. Keith of the human righ'j brcr.ch. ssid m sn Tixrsday advertisicg is srva slsted ffjr ctiange under the act. Jw opc-nijig.s v.iil no longer he ca'.tsoriz'.d by sez and even to or be The v.ordir.g adverti5e- closely. An empiT.'er r.ot to sei, race, ase or any other ES a rwiremerji for a j'.-b. Headers said regi> la-.ions slso rover the de- (-t and iymboLi. He an example of a can v.hich locat- fei Park In Calgary, The can cteigMrd to look lifce an Indian v.-jth th-e bemg the opening (ji the garbage can. The read ''Yvj feedum me garbage, me gettijrn An incident like this :5 blat- racial discnmLiatsori. Lithe fcnd xe hope to stev' said .Mr. Ileaoers. kijyi 01 discrimi-iation wJch ejdits; in Albert can te o'.'ercorr.e it is not deepiy rented, he aod-ed. Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5lh Slreel Soulh Phone 32B-6641 NOW OPEN is no rsal ba-.i5 fo- r k-irrr. problem .Mr. Utters tw strongest support for rights has come from al one in by the Human R i for ducrirniTia- lion. "Once they saw what -A-ere doing was v.Tong they sav; imfvjrxkrf their fears were, they realized a. foolish to take tbe stand trt he said. Mr. said one ed en- Uge in the fight fli forms of discrimination i i t Is ny, yet 'jroven in'.o tne fabric of in AI> j ''It does ezi-', in sraaH out do have tradi'j'rjri of racism." he of the most changes as a rtsuJt of the BW act is that women are expecVbd to make thars they have m tbe The nev; legislation e-p ods on old regulations and clso bririES nev; under the authority of the comrnmU- V.-EL Ee? f rin g e benefit and related maters, jy handled by the departruent of labor or tbe Board of Ir diiitriai will n o vr corse under the jurisdiction of the MT commission. 4'I have a bunch thai v.e will bear more from v-ojnt-n in the future when they become jsore aware of is to saw Mr. Hewers. Oniv about seven per cent of the campUdnts year cams from women and these deslt mainly problems fng rxrix-fits rather than wages r be saJd. seerris to be a treryJ in for to relating to and wages "end I fexpeci we be hearing more from woaen in the years j ahead." Mr. Hinders said the com- misiioct v.il! be opening an of- iice in in early Jan- uary trj handle matUrrs in Southern A] bera. off: i will two officers. Public school board denies support... By RON CALDWK1.L Herald Staff Writer The Sesame Street lon'jo- f r c'jrj to in Tne latest chapter Ln was during the Tuesday night meeting of tht school board when represenUr tives oi the CommJttw to Sesame Street for the board's official endorsement o! their efforts. Tae progrs rn was or roped this fall by CJOC-TV ir> Lein- bridge due to "economic rea- sons. Dr. Do'Og iScPheryjn. chainiian, Lsmbastfid the tion managercerit for dropping the program. was the only decent pro gram for children triat ex- on he 'I can't understand tr-e ILI- mitigated gall of someone here taidng the program off the air for a few stimking bucks.'' Dr. McPhersos he wa.: v.ith the ezplana- of the station management J the program off the Tn. r. TUTT.'-'.- vhy Alber- ivy-La be up such a f. to ifeUin the program n '-many sUtfes and Great ULi v.oa'i touch it with 5 spokesman for the commit- noted that vhiie the EEC no1, carried the program, it broadcast oa educational nnel in Great Britain arid in a total of 50 diifer- countries. v. as also fjo'.ed that Sesame tei one hour to waU-h ch leaves children "1'i er hours in the cay." rie argmner.'5; p-Jt vard by the station were o E-U'JJW, to criticism during claimed SeliJrk wiiich owns CJOC arrd CTAC LI Calgary, showed z profit of W per ct-rji in one jiv'. Trustee'AJ Mon: he com plstftly in t he program while TrjsVA Dorothy Becke! said Vj more doarmentation of sU iti eiftcls be. ore sup- ports it. snould tJf-rfer our until more is kn-ov.T. its total impact on social deveJop- i ment. spewh arid she ssic. i Trjere was also some about the involve i'-seif ia trie insttAr. i Trustee Carl Jorinson whether the hmrd ir; s position irj-erfere another coi-i-TjurJiy hoaid then closed; se'isifjn and cedd-ed r. conid not became involved b was a private PHOTOGRAPHIC TRIBUTE Bob 61, of the Uihbridge