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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SOUTHERN AlBERTA GOLFERS HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY and Moo Pro. Departing Calgary Jan. 23 Return Feb. 6, 1973 For booking t end further information contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Letlibddge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridgc, Alberta, Friday, December 22, :S72 PACKS 15-26 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower level 7lh Street Shopping Moil Lethbridge, Alberta Phofie (403) 328-7411 DICTATING EQUIPMENT Employment low among Indians Two (Ait of every three In- dians in Alberta are unernp'.oy- ta, according to a research paper prepared by a depart- ment of health and social de- velopment preventive social EC-races consultant. Tr.e paper- says that cwitrary to poplar rnisccmcsption, most native people do stay long on tr.eir j'As. "On the average they stay for 22 months." says Clayton Sauve who did the research spor.wred by the dc-partrnerjt of er labor in co-operation v.ith the Mian Metis as- E'x.iatioris of Alfx.-rta. It t'nr: natives are paid less, "an average monthly vrage o: comparing v.ith Jor Employers north o! Edmon- ton are more willing to hire native than employers in Ed- monton and south, the paper says. "Native employees consti- tute :j.'il per cent of all workers Mrth of Edmonton but only per cent in Edmonton and Anotterr firiding Ls that very lev.1 natives are in management positions. In fact, only one of the native workers, inter- viev.-ed by ?.Tr. Sauve is in a management position. paper, however, does find faults v.ith some native _ people. It says three of the most, given comments by employers are: Native employees do good work HO.5 per of em- I j fc to return to work, on occasions ex- I planatJon (35.3 per cent of em- j i Not punctual coming to work f29.4 per cent of employ- Recommendations of the research paper include: I The industry rxi the pub- lie should 'Correct f im- pressions that natives do not stay on their jobs long. i E'mployec-j shcyld create I I condition to upgrade native i employees1 skills and 1 them. The native associations should point out to natives that they also have the responsibili- ty to stand- aitls of punctuality and faithful- n-ess to I The industry should exam- j ine ifs reKring" policy to- ward the natives. It says some i natives who left tricar to visit their families on reserves find themselves out of Job when returning. Violent crimes in city increase over last year There has a slight in- crease in th? erf crimes eommiturf in bridge so far in Police Raiph Miche'ison says. Hwwer there have been no large irx.Tease in crime, wm- parrf v.ith statistics from er centres, he ssid. There were t'riree af.tempted committed frds year compared with in ore person in the city, and another li'.ing on the out- fkirts were murdered. There were no murders in year. N'o rases have been reported in 1S72, a drastic decrease from li'I, when sLr rapes n-cre 1 Chief Mirtielajn attributes this 1 in legl'Jatian v.'hich was j favorable to the criminal." This year we Itgislatod for tho crirn- inal aizainst the the Chief said. 1 Crjid f.sid t'nst 1 overall crime picture is sging arid gives to "the cidzens of our community. j be he said, "if I didn't say hov i we the 'general pUMjc _ frjr their Euppirt, co- ar.d assistance." i LraSllCS C3USC Piiicher Creek mayor attacks laundry concept "But it was up to each in-1 suit in four cr five people los- dividual hospital." he said. "In ing their jobs." feet, HX of the hospitals opted may look very menial out." j looking down irorn a big city, The hospitals which opted cut [but, four or five jobs are dif- v.x-re the CardsVjn Municipal, ficult to replace in a small Coaidale Community, F'ort the mayor leod Municipal. Border Coan- In an earner interview with ______....... ties General in Milk River, Ta-; The Herald, lawyer Tne St. Vincent's Hospital in j ber General and Vulcan Muni- j Charles Virtue, a member of Pincher Creek criginaLiy told j cipal St. Vincent's not among the Alberta Hospital Services i the Lelhbridge Municipal Hos- j them in the original list. Commission, said hospitals 1 Mayor Teran's letter, dated I should no: be looked upon as 15, said, "I cannot i cilia'-e in my mind your y of strengthening the smaller the By JOE MA Herald Staff Writer The mayor of Pincher Ureek has written to Premier PeUrr lyjughecd opposing the South- ern Alberta regional hospital laundry which he said v.il! make four or five people jo> less in his tour. pitel, where the regional laun- dry will he based, that it would use the service. However, Mayor Juan Teran I s-d'i when the hospital board a-jprovcd participoiioo in the le- gional lauudry, "it apparently didn't it had Uje option not to join." Oliver Haigh. St. ad- j rniaistraxir, also the de- cision join the regional laun- cir.' Andy Andreachuk, Lethbridge Muncipa1! sajd 16 hospitals in Southern A3- berta were asked to join the laurjdry on a voluntarr basis. Tne position of the AJ'rxrrta Hospital was" that all hospitals should join the lawriry to cut dowa j operating costs, Mr. Andrei- chuck ssid. indirrtrv r.d the regional la'iTidry is a step in the direction. Mayor Teran said he didn't feel "we should be (iehumaniz- ization of an essential serrlce health care }ust to save in the hospital which will re-, money." Cabinet approves RCMP celebration Tne provincial cabinet thai week, approved in principle a duncg the first three months of to siibmii proposals for ruMiicgi LCC faculty raps Worth aocent will be on the LIP The association at the Ixrjibrld ge Communiiy C o 1- lege has spoken out against one of the major proposals in the Worth Report establishment of an Alberta Academy. The proposed academy would be designed to bring education ipUj the home through the use cf television, radio arid other tO related devices. Tne faculty association at in iis submission to the Details province-wide celebra- tion of the RCMP centennial that will involve programs cre- ated by local communities, the southern part of the province irt Alijrta minister reponsible for he said. Tne North West tourism said Tnursday. PoU In a telephone LnteA-iew from i 3'j leod ir; ana for. Calgary Li 1875. Mr. Dcra-ling blamed delays in plarnisg the centennial on the federal government. Provincial rriinisters of tour- ism who met Li O'-tawa Dec. 3 v.ith federal Minister A'astair Gillespie found the 'ederal had not yet c-entennial plans, Edmonton, Bob Dwiing said: budget details must still be ojt for RCMP ceaten-' nial celebrations to ewer 1973 to ;975. grant of a second r are thij vear to oce, compared to six Ln Cniri Michelson that there have been about JW) more breafe-nK this year than in hut te savs arrest's nave mate in 1972. "Some arresieri were released to bf- arrested again fr-r tvf- samf- thine he said. damage inter section accsderits Thursday have caused more i than damage to the ve- j but ART DIETRICH DENTURE CUN1C DENTAL MECHANIC ScWortr Bldg. 222 5th 51. Phone 323X095 PHARMACY FACTS FROM 0. C. STUBBS If you're a newcomer here In our community, we wart you to kr.ov; Iwkin? forward to wjcomir.? you want you in any way can. Dur- irjt; te fc-w ears, a great ;r- a n y people have to of 'having IMr OV.TI phsi-mariit' just as they've ir.g You h'd ov.n rnaci'.t, hack in your prc'.'ious home area, didn't you, and the r-i'.T.dly r'-lstiorishio v.j-J-j n-, VrV: keep a family record plan you, you if U: to rnWt LOV.TI. J Herr; Slubh-i J'harmacy, i ir, biisir.wi. iith Ave. S. LI v.lv.rc always fclad and Ije 'A service to you. daily a.m. (o p.m. Sundays snd Holidays 12 to p.m. j I A car driven by Mike Dei- muth, 73 of Picture Eotte, was in coUisiori with a car operated :by Fredrick Siaw, 17, 2006 sth A Ave. X. at the intersection of 3rd Ave. and ]2th St. A X. at about a.rn. Tnursday. Damage to both vehicles total- I !ed j At the intersection of 13th St. i and 2r.d Ave. S. a car driven by Fred Albert Norris, 72 of was in collision with a ve- hicle operated by Alvin Jk-hwarz, 1C of 1st Ave. S., at about 1! a.rn. Thursday. Dam- to both vehicles is esti- mated at RETURN SESAME STREET-Picketi out in front cf the 3rd Ave. 5. office of CJOC far the second today calling for the television station 1o return tr.e children's program Sesame Street. Protesters claim the program is educalianol 1o youngsters end purchased by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporotlon with tax dollars. Station management says CJOC loses money by scheduling Sesame Street because it displaces high-revenue foreign-content programs. Goyle Soros, 4, picketing Thursday wllh her elder sislc-r ar.d mother, family of John Boras, chairman of the Lethbridge Separ- ate School Board, Ervin phoio RCMP pageant plans ready gorernmeat, said it is i Initiative Project in So'ithem i he said. hard to believe "in our affluent: Aibana approved by the depart-' said Mr. Dotting. The federal pwemment will focus its ceiebratjons on '73 when the RCMP were formed, while Alberta will focus on :74 i when the Mcrtinnes here, get the ball'directors but ro officers. next month in the prc- i paration of The Sight, Tne j Sound and The a pageant be presented in connection j Mr. Smith explained. society todav the-e are suffi- ment of manpower and immi- cient" numbers of gration were announced Tn'jrs- who. because of ecoaomic rea- j (iay. sons', canrxrt pursue educational A EM.500 grant has been goals through normal chan-! awarded to the Peigan Indian ugjo_" j Resen-e to pay fw the wages of Tne association said the ac- j 12 native workers for 2o weeks aderriy appears to be an ex- ending May si. said Ken Smith, expensive way of pro- Lethbridge LIP coordinator, viding educational services Average wage will be SIM where existing institutions can j weekly, he said. do the job Tn- Peigan LIP is to build 96 j "It mav' tend to reduce en- i mife of fences along Highway j in such exising insti- j 3 and improve Mr. Smith said he booed the; tutioas and represents a dupli- j garbage sites, dean up the states the water system, repair roads and I pageant can be presented in I cation of will try to exparxl CTJT 'he summer of and "re- officers at the n the- RCMP submission. Tne association expressed with ECMP centennial ctk-bra- I lions. mee'ine he said ;ers at ths in inn wnen tne-KUMF me assooauon "The first [centennial celebrations are tak- S suppart for the decision to ab- the AJberta Colleges Corn- the Alberta Tjni- owned fadJiues and graveyards. Trie first LIP In Southern Al- berta approved was a grant to the Blood Indian Re- thing the boai-d do is MS to organize Tne Sisht The! "My estimate Is thai we can (mission and David SpLnks, ol: i another M or S5 million versities Commission on the (sen'e announced drama at the University of Leth- i The preserit members i in tourism every year with pro- gro-jrxL? that it would result in 1 bridge, has presented a prelim- i art besides M' Smith Mavor motions like The Sight, Tne I improved co-ordination of all 'c and Tne Mr. aspects of higher education. for the pageant to Andy Aridersoa, Alder m a n S the Productions, the organizing I Hale, Kitty Dimlop. TCASA body. secretary, and Dr. John Neal, j Frank Smith, executive vice- S TCASA "president. president of the Travel and j Prof Spinks said his prelim- :Cor.v Smith said. The association's s-jbmission C o r.v e n t i o n Association of j jnary plan calls for a budget of j if' p So-jthem Alberta and a direc-1 ar-xmd zrA six to eight rria-' tor of AHP, said the AHP I weeks of celebrations. bud-1 annual attractii will meet in the first part of! get Licludes pav for 30 actors. January to elect officers and corr-nd'.T Mr. Smith said if the pageant; was just completed following is successful, "arjd I don't see j months of study by a two- any reason why it shouldn't j Sight, The i I member committee. made as an ictioa, "V.'e will get the ball rolling xb plan. The AHP Apn! 12, AKROYD'S PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITTING 24-HOUR SESVICE WORK New Phone Me-2106 CUFF BLACK, CertiHcd Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lewer Level PHONE 327-282! CORRECTION! NO. 60K ROCKWELL CREENLINE SAW KIT Advertiied Dec. 27 SHOULD HAVE READ: For every sawing jcb troTt Intricoie inside tina to big ccpocity jtrcichT I j n e cutting, 2.-i crr.p, motor, 3300 cjtllng speed, "Mocic scucre'' s'Jpport, 45 iilling bax. Jig saw kit CD saw blade-., rip circle cut- ling guide. In bcnc'y carry- ina ccse. Reg. 39.97 Spetid Coll 327-5767 Harcrwore DOWNTOWN STRETCH STITCHES SWKf MAOf err me rAcrs SiRdto. Now compxlton ar> getting mcltad old) SUPHMAIIC can da out tarn- 197) MA1K If wwlifl mint Mwlng oom wrm YOU nr Nr f dMMMfratlon urtact SEWING CCNTRE 401 5th ffiwt fwrti 33MI77 At 1 r, i s. h o! i d c 5 c-o so n like to fcxter.d to cf! cur and friends Sincere Best Wishes a Wonderful Chrisfmos anrj a Happy Year filled with good health, happiness and personal RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. PORSCHE AUDI 3rd Ave. arid 14lh St. S. 32B-4539 The Sound and he said. "I think it will be a tn.- Mr. Kotch said the board was impressed by Spinks' push at the January re said. I V T Late Shopper's Special! CHARLESCRAFT CURL and LOVELY HAIR CURLER M i w GIFT SUGGESTIONS from CAMM'S your Christmas Shoe Store Q Something Special for Someone Speciall 15-INCH DELDI SUEDE FASHION BOOTS in ruil, blue, brcwn cr msuve. all tally controll- ed e'frc'ffe Exclusive ecrof tip, extro long detachable for the beoufy end health of your hair. Ideal for horn9 end travel. ERNIE RICHARDSON MEN'S AND LADIES' CURLING BOOTS LADIES' HANDBAGS-suedes, leathers, wet looks LADIES' SUPPERS-snugglebugs, mules, etc. MEN'S SUPPERS-Pacfcard and Foam Treads SPECIAL, ONLY 9.99 Call 327-5767 tt W JUST ARRIVED-IH TIME FOR YEARS GOLD KID SANDALS by LISA DEBS Exquisitt-ly in AAA, AA old E f.Mi'.ot. A f-jil tlzo rcr.ge fo crooie :rorr. Lovely Evening Bags io match OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL 9 P.M. DOWNTOWN CAMM'S 403 Sth Slreet S. SHOES HOLIDAY HOURS: RESTAURANT (SUNDAY) CHRISTMAS EVE DEC. 24th WELCOME GJESTS TO 7 P.M. (CLOSING AT 9 P.M.) (MONDAY) CHRISTMAS DAY DEC. 25th Open 12 Noon fo p.m. (TUESDAY) BOXING DAY DEC. 26th CLOSED ALL DAY! Phone 328-7756 for Reservations! rwr o-_n ;