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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, December 14, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 A hoy there Prime Minister Trudeau smiles as he watches a dancer from the Ivory Coast of Africa at the official opening of the Canada World Youth building in Mon- treal. At his left is Margaret Trudeau and Prime Min- ister Hoveyda of Iran Shorter hair coming back FOUR GREAT NEW BOOKS ON WESTERN CANADA Published by McClelland and Stewart West Available from good bookstores everywhere The Mountains and the Sky by Lome E Render A Winter at Fort Macleod by R B Nevitt Calgary, Alberta by Burns and Elliott Men in Scarlet edited by Hugh A Dempsey S2750 S1000 TORONTO (CP) The crew cut is not exactly on the way back but Canada's esti- mated barbers are wel- coming an apparent trend to- ward shorter hair "I don't think we'll ever get back to the crew cut as a mass style for says Al Puma, 1 an instructor at Toronto j Barber School "But short 1 hair styles, in a modified form, are already coming jback Since the early "60s when the Beatles induced a gener- ation of males to let their hair grow long, barbermg has i fallen on evil days I Richard Plumb, president of the Journeymen Barbers and Cosmetologists Union based in Indianapolis, Ind, says there were li- censed barbers in North America 10 years ago but long hair styles have driven of them into other jobs He said many barbers, es- pecially those who have not upgraded their standards to become hair stylists, are earning only to annually It is ironic, he said, that barbers did well when times were hard, when people had more time to hang around, and when people used barber shops as meeting places 70 LOOK A ALL TIMEX WATCHES 15% OFF ALL DR. 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Canadians could not be expected to finance willingly the operation suffer He was echoing thoughts ut- tered by the Canadian govern- ment for years on the subject In their final communique, the NATO ministers "ex- UNESCO aid continues reluctantly OTTAWA (CP) Canada intends to continue supporting UNESCO despite the fact the agency is denying cultural aid to Israel, Government House Leader Mitchell Sharp said Friday Mr Sharp, replying to Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield, said he deplores the denial of aid and Canada made this clear when it opposed the anti-Israel resolution at a re- cent meeting of the United Nations Educational, Scien- tific and Cultural Organization But he rejected Mr Stan- field's suggestion that Can- ada withhold its contributions to the agency The Commons exchange came two days after a similar one in the Senate Senator Croll urged Canadians to withhold their talents "until UNESCO comes to its senses pressed their firm hope" that Greek-Turkish relations "would rapidly return to nor- mal" Observers considered the rest of the communique equal- ly bland and perfunctory, similar to those usually issued after NATO meetings NATO Secretary-General Joseph Luns of the Netherlands said NATO meetings "are not the place to hammer out solutions He was speaking specifical- ly of disagreements over the energy question, but his words applied to other topics The United States for months has advocated co- ordination of policies by Western consuming countries AliinDRIiCEDRRHOmES LTD 524 23rd St. South, Lethbridge We'll show you how you can have a quality kiln dried Canadian Cedar Home that is fast, easy to assemble and save hundreds of dollars, too If you can't come m, send for your Lmdal 44-page Color Plan Book AliinflflbCEDflRHOmES Bringing nature (and savings) home 524 23rd St. S., Lethbridge, Alta. 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