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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE inHBRlnGE UEHMD Wcrfnwltiy, February 73, 197J ISDP concerned Canada's unions said ineffective withoo t imlependent corporations are tun .small If legislators restricted the UriiiT low lo bo dice-; right of norkm to withdraw abuul re- Ihrir slrielins they are trmlom." ihc o[ strikes, i Arbitrary limils weak- Icy liL're Tuesday concrp Onlv win'ii Canada develops opposed (lie en labor's over all position while strengthening Iliat of. management, because know organized labor maximum limils and set Ibeir nolicios accordingly, lie said "Free collective bargaining is the only labor management relationship tliat makes sense. nml.rol of its own local he cfl'wlive. Iho Alberta Xi'w IVmnL-raiie 1'avty loader loirt an audience al t'ne I'niversity of IjCtiiln idpe. Because m.my mulli nation. (iperating in Canada arc doing so mostly on .n limited scale to reach the Canadian market and bypass tariffs impo.-eil on Cm- led Slates roods, ihpy cmi close down on uill. This type o! Lhvcat effective- )y cuts cbwii the negotiating power of a local Canadian la- bor organization, Mr. Notley said through internation- al r.S.i membership. labor can effectively in- vulvo itself in cnllrenve bar- resource royalties subject of JVDP debate Hv JOI" MA Malt Wrilrr A three crgy re tended by Onn? Canadians obtained control of their orni economy, lo- unions will be strong enough ;o negotiate in collective bar- Saining, lie added. rapid firing floor i of persons, was held at Sven Erickscn's Family Restaurant. I Tuesday night. I The debate, initiated by the 1 New Democratic Parly and moderated by University of Lethbridge professor of educa- tion Gordon Campbell, was boycotted by Ihe Liberal and Social Credit parlies. Speakers were Bob Tarleck, a Icachcr al Wilson Junior Canada was licit Hie only source of energy fur inn U.S. and if royalties were loo high, Al- eompelition in the world mar- ket. He reminded the floor that Premier Tcler Lougheed's gov- a deficit of million, has three alternatives: to reduce services, to increase taxation, or to take a close look at the royalties review. "The present policy is totally he said. He pro- posed to increase the royalties, ernment has not vet made a I and increases, even doubled or decision regarding Ihe new tripled, "would be peanuts' .....compared with what the big American cor porations arc royalties structure and is hold- ing public hearings on this mailer. Mr. Nollcv said Alberta, with I resources. making out of Alberta's energy CHEQUE FROM ELKS SUPPORTS VON A donation to ihe Vielorian Order of Nurses by the lelh- bndge Elks Club will be used in general expenses with more personnel within ihe nursing order in 1972. Ken Doughty, left, exalted ruler of the BPOE No. 37 Leth- bridge discusses the donation with the three full-lime nurses, Tina Friesen, Karen Urquharf and Tomoe Hiron- aka, and with Islay Arnold, president of the board of management. The Elks also give a regular donation ear- marked for a transporlation fund. This fund has provided two cars for use by the nurses. The VON provides homa nursing care wherever there is a need within com- munity regardless of the ability of the patient to pay. Solely Canadian unions such i High School, for the Committee is the" Canadian Union of Pul> for an Independent Canada; ie Employees, which deal only Dr- Herb Axford' u L ith Canadian interests, are ef- i of economics for he ectivc, said Mr. Nollav during Progressive Conservatives, th fectivc, nn intervie Notley r." Otherwise, Can'aV rllllnS provincial parly; and Grant iNollcy. MLA fnr Spirit- Hiver Fairvicw and leader of rm sze restricted South teachers' convention j i gives citv students break Gogo discusses federal needs i the NDP in Alberta The theme of the debate was the royalties structure on Al- Iberia's natural resources, oil, current 10-year agreement o n on natural resources expires March 31. .Mr Tarleck said it would be Size, restrictions must be im in ,hc _ inicrcsi Of posed on certain areas of Ihe Canada lo get rid of U.S. con- economy, says Grant (roi Alberta's natural re- provincial NDP leader. [sources. He said even if Otta- Farm land holdings should lva approved Alberta's sale be one area that should have Of 2.7 trillion cubic feet of gas size restrictions, he added. It's I to the U.S., most of the money the only way Canadian farm- be going lo big Amcri- ers will be able In survive. can coi-poralions anyway Alborta's Communal Proper-, Dr_ lUrovd poitlleij ou, lhat ty Act should be repealed so that groups and organizations cannot become overly proper- ty-rich, said Mr, Some areas of Canadian in- A wide range of educational discussion topics will be avail- able for teachers participating in the annual Southwestern Al- berla Teachers' Convention lo be held al the Lelhbridge Col- legiate Institute Thursday and Friday. An estimated 1.300 teachers from the area will participate in the two-day conference. Stu- In addition to the workshops and panels, several featured speakers from various parts of j North America Alberta, Sas- j katchewan, Montana, Utah and New York will take part in the conference. Dr. Warren Zeigler of the Syracuse University Research j dents will gel a two-day holi-1 Centre in New York will de- (jav. liver the keynote address Fri- A total of 2H workshops have j day at 2 p.m. been arranged which will pro-1 Chief Dan George will be the vide teachers with new in-1 speaker at the Thursday night sights inlo many educational banquet in the Exhibition Pa- areas, vilion. Teachers won't just be listen- Teachers from the County of ing, they'll also have the op- Lethbridge, Cardston, Tabcr, porlunily to question workshop j Warner, Crowsnesl, P i n c h e t speakers during panel discus- i Creek and Lelhbridge will at- sions. i tend the conference. By GREG McINTYRE Staff Writer About 40 people braved snow and freezing temperatures Tuesday evening to get out to the Scandinavian Hall and meet John Gogo, federal Conservative nomination can- didate. Mr. Gogo, 40, an investment dealer and one of two declared candidates for the Tory nom- inalion Feb. 23, fielded questions easily during an informal two hour get together. Asked for his stand on the growing feeling of nationalism Katie Johnson in recital in (lie country, tbe candidates said c-rc's a difference be- tween ownership and foreign control. "f don't own my own house. There's a mortgage on it and I Hurlburt only own a. small part. It's own-1 government implements a but screening agency on foreign in- ed by an American that's not control.' Mr. Gogo said he felt the fi- nal say should be left with pro- vincial premiers if the federal papers permitted by PCs MacLellan here March 6 March 19 dustrial and commercial own-; crship should be brought to-! Sor.gwriler-smger Gem gether to form comnelilive and I (o viable units, he said. Many United Slates subsid- i perform in concert March 6. iary companies operating in; The 33-year-old Canadian has Canada do so lo reach the Ca-; Joined The Bells as a featured nadian market without having artist on (JltvV lour to pav import tariffs, he said. r But U'icy are nol big enough to of Accompanying him be competitive, elsewhere. is Marly Reno, a singer, com- These smaller companies, poser and guitarist in his own should be consolidated and riehr. brought under Canadian owner-! ship for form strong comneti-1 mo Dcen j live corporations, he said. together for a year and have However Mr. Nntley said appeared before sellout au-1 restrictions should imposed i rfienccs at the Canadian Tsa-1 nomir-ally powerful as a hand- j ful nf corporations operating in the United States are. Mac- a single featuring Lonesome j Tickets lor Llic Eells-Mac- Rivcr and I Got Djiiiik on concert are available at day. Leister's Music, Opportunities Ray Burgess, project, co-or- riinator for Opportunities for Youth will be in Ihe citv Thurs- day to discuss plans for pro-! jccts with local students. Any students who have a pro- ject planned and would like to speak to Mr. Burgess may m an appointment wit.h him by contacting the department ol culture, youth and recrea- tion at 328-968G. pageant, Ihe Dan-1 mouth Winter Carnival Pay-; pant and FesU- val for Prime Minister and Mrs. Trudcau. i Gene lias re-; ccived acclaim as a writer for Bidin' My Time, The Snowbird, which sold riiore Uiaji two million copies, arid Put Your Hand in the Hand, which sold four million. In 1970 he received the spe- cial RPM award for composer of the year. He is a well-krwvn televi- sion and recording artist as well. His most recent release is BISSETT ELECTRIC (1971) 226 12th St. A N. Phone 327-7508 LEON J. CZAJKOWSKI Authorized Dealer and Service Centra for British Seagull THE BEST OUTBOARD MOTOR FOR THE WORLD A vocal recital In1 Kalie John- son v.ill be given at 3 p.m. March 19 in the Yales Memor- ial Centre. The concert U sponsored by the Anne Campbell Singers and the Teen Clefs, wbr are rajsing money for a European tair. Miss Johnson will bo. accom- panied by pianist Glenn Mos- sey and guitarist Jake Solo- mons. Mr. Solomon will also entertain with several solo num- bers. Miss Johnson, 21, is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Johnsoi of Lethbridge and a former of tcr Junior Girls' Choir, the Anne Campbell Singers and L'IO Teen Clefs. Miss Jolmson .iludied for six years wilh Campbell, and also received rmisic instruction at the Banff School of Fine Arts. She is at present study- ing under Alexander Grey at Oie University of Calgary In 195S she was declared the winner of the international solo and folk song class in Wales and England Ken lUivlnurt is back in Ihe] running f-r the Lethbridge Fed- eral Conservative Association nomination a party offi- cial eiTfd Monday in announ- cing his nomination papers j were invalid. The executive decided 1 at a stormy emergency meet- ing Tuesday that, nomination j papers do not need (o filed, but candidates can instead be nominated from the floor at a Feb. 2! nomination convention Association secretary Fanny Hopkins, after questioning the validity of UK- names on Mr. Ilurlburt's papers Monday, marched ou! ol ibc meeting after JO minutes Tuesday. Liberals I ELVA J BATES Missionarv meeting's out of Mrs. Hopkins said. "They're passing resolutions right, and left that aren't even valid." At (he end of two hours, peace had been restored between supporters of Mr. Hurlburl and of John Gogo, an in- vestment dealer and the only other declared candidate for the federal Tory nomination. The mistaken disqualification of Mr. Hurlburt occurred bo- cause the parly was operating according to an out-of-date con- stitution, said Julius Gal Jr., local PC association president. According to the old conslilii- lion, candidates must have nom- ination papers signed by seven "duely registered" parly mem- bers. However, under Iho current cor.s'alul iun, passed in 1309, nominations are allowed Iroin the floor of a nominating meet- ing and have only to be proper- ly moved and seconded. Jltr Hir-'burt appeared unruf- fled during his theoretical near disqualification. ".My biggest concern." he said after the fuss subsided, "was for Ihe Progressive Con- servative party. "I was just afraid were ,iot going to know the full story. Tliat could have damag- ing effects on (lie party." vestment, as recommended in the Gray Report soon to be be- fore parliament. "Alberta Premier Lougheed has said Lhat if Ihey are going j to play wilh Alberta poker i then he wants a seat at the table. I agree." l Mr, Gogo mildly rapped Ca- nadians for Iheir "apathy" to- j ward public affairs. During his four years in Lelhbridge. he said "I've only seen one group of protestors and lhat was a group from the university last fall." Mr. Gogo and Ken Hurlbuvl, I. Ihe former mayor of Fort Macleod will contest the Con- servative nomination for tha next federal election at a nom- ination meeting Monday at 8 p.m. at the Civic Centre. More candidates could con- test the nomination, since nom- inations will he allowed from the floor. You Can Help Your Child af Home to Succeed In School! Most kids who do well in school do so, nol i o much because of whor school does, ___ but because Len Isaacson of what h nai done and continues to do for him Ed Ryan. Contact your World Book Encyclopedia ond Childcraft representative. or phone district manager LEN ISAACSON 228 CorvelH Crei. Iclhbridge 328-3283. to meet to speak LETHBRIDGE BOUND Tammy Wynelte, the queen of country music and her husband George Jones, himself one of the biggest names in ihe country music field, will be in Lelhbridge, March 9 at (he Exhibition Pavilion. Also included in ihe show will be an all-star supporting cast comprising country comedian Harold Morrison, Palsy Sledd and the Jonei Boys band. Tickets are available from leisters, Musiclaid and Marcel's. Friday Elv.i J. a missionary I iiiu-se, will speak mission j ivork at 7 p.m. Thursdav al the The Liberal Fed- Churcli of Ihc Nszarenc, 9lh eral Constilueney Association Ave. and IGLli SL. S. will meet, al p.m. Friday 1 Miss Baios, liwng in Prince al Sven Erickscn's Family RM- I Albert, during a year's (aurant lo a J972 cxecu-1 leave from [hs illusion field, live and .set a dale for a fed- has .served uL mission hospitals eral nomination meeting. i in Africa. 3 ONLY GREAT DAYS LEFT COLOR PORTRAIT SPECIAL Plu; 50c Handling AU THIS WEEK Reg Cross Is Bark Thai's What ll's All About A. E. CROSS STUDIO Open Thimday 328-0111 Phone! 328-0222 Until 9 p.m. 314 3rd ST. SOUTH 314 3rd ST. SOUTH ;