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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Canadians are cheap Monday, May 15, 1971 THE IITHMIDCI 15 By JOF. MA Hcrnid Wi-ilcr BANFF Canadians arc nol doing enough to help the peo- ple of the poor countries, Ken- rice Marshall, national director of the Canadian Save The Chil- dren Fund said Saturday. "Our total Canadian interna- tional development agency bud- get is something in Ihe order of million, or seven-lcnllH of one per cent of our Gross National he told lira opening dinner of the CAN- SAVE annual meeting seminar at the Banff School of Fine Arts. Mr. Marshall said the Uni- ted Nations lias suggested that tlie developed nations should spend at least one per cent ol llicir GNP aid lo Ihe develop ing nations. Recalling Ihe work for the past year of CANSAVE, which is Ihe Canadian member of Ihe International Union for Child Welfare. Mr. Marshall said in six monllis CANSAVE helped about lost, abandoned and orphaned children in Ni- geria reunite with their fam- ilies or lo live in foster homes. "Now in 1072 we commence Ihe similar undertaking incor- poration with the Bangladesh he said. "If will be a much tougher task and will lake longer and will re- quire more money Mr. Marshall said CANSAVE has a coinmitmentt lo the child and lo "help (he child become an instrument and beneficiary, not a victim, of technological and social Mr. Marshall said CAN- SAVE's work is concentrated in the poor countries, and only about tight per cent of the money it raises is spent in Canada. 'White backlash'' possible if Indians aren't cautious Churchill students "win Banff awards Capital budget on council agenda By RUDY IIAUGENEDEn Herald Staff Wrilcr Unless native people take more interest in costly federal tax supported programs a white backlash could develop, said Wayne Wells a co-opera- tive development officer for the provincial agriculture de- partment. Mr. Wells, a Blackfoot In- dian, severely criticized staff members of the southern Al- berta Indian News Media for 1 not turning out to their own an- nual meeting. Asked by tlie organization, with a paid membership of about 300, to provide an evalua- tion of the two-day annual meet which began Friday at the University of Lethbridge, he laid it on the line to the less than 30 people present. "If you can't get Indian peo- ple to attend their own meet- ings without paying them, the organization won't he said. Indian people are in a posi- tion where they have "to prove they run their own affairs" be- fore expecting increased tax supported monetary assistance, i Mr Wells blasted the Indian News Media which prints Ihe Kainai News and also operates a radio broadcast program run over many southern Alberta radio stations for the lack- er attendance by staff mem- bers. The turnout to tlie meeting was not "a good reflection1' for (he five southern Alberta re- serves the group represents. He accused the Indian News Media ot not respecting its board of directors and "would like to see an atti- tude change." Although the meeting saw a list of amendments lo the group's constitution passed. Mr. Wells said not enough had been done. However, in defense of those people in attendance, he said, Indians lend lo close up at meetings. Much of the important infor- mation was passed in h o I e 1 rooms where people held in- formal "person to person con- tads and opened Mr. Wells said. Marvin Fox. president of the Indian N e w s Media board ol directors outlined the reasons for the lack of attendance. Winston Churchill High School left the provincial high school drama festival with two awards and a lot of good com- ments Irom adjudicator Gill Bunch of Victoria, B.C. Lily Larter directed (lie play, Impromptu, by Tad Mosel, and won the award for best visual present ation. Albert Azzara, one of a cast of four, took the bcsl support- ing actor award Other mem- bers of Ihe cast: were Dennis de Grool, Susan Frier and Lynda Rosenfell. The production was runner- up for the best play award, with Peace River High School winning top position under tho direction of Jim Robert Shaw. Mr. Bunch referred to tho Churchill e n t r y as ''an excel- lent production from all stand- and commended Terry Thorn and Garry Shilliday ir the lack of attendance. ujuy oimiuwy lie said the mealing had nnl I 'an excellent sel. .en publicized well enough I Peace River High School re- due to some difficulties setting i al1 otllcr .awfrtls a dale for (lie evnl scnled al lhe festival, winning The local inn of the meetine mi( ovcr len other entires. The location of the meeting also hampered participation and the warm weather saw many native people holidaying over the weekend. "This is still a young organi- zation and still he The festival was held at the Banff School of Fine Arts May Jl lo 13. METRIC The trend lo the metric sys- said of the Iwo-year-old group. (em is irreversible. Today, 80 Our primary objective will per cent of the world trade is be for better organization, Mr. Fox said. between countries that have chosen the metric system. A revised capita! budget is on the agenda lor city coun- cil consideration tonight. Several alterations in the budget have been suggested to accommodate financing of a new S2.G9 million multi-purpose arena within the next hra years. A proposal concerning West Letlibridge development will also he considered, with em- phasis on a financing scheme for that project other than from the capital budget. It has been recommended in capital expenses for bridge and road construction, storm sewers and lake con- struction on the wesl side be removed from lhe capital bud- get and financed on a "pay as you go" basis, out of a new subdivision account. Another revision moves the cost estimate for Lhe new li- brary to SI million from With the revisions, the city finance direclor includes a 2S5.000 bmlecied expense in 197-1 for a new arena, instead of the previous alloca- tion. The difference between the hiidseled amount and lhe esti- mated total cost of the arena is figured with a possible 000 college capital grant from lhe province, from the community i c e fund, from settlement on the old j arena fire claim and i from sale of the old arena I property. Finance director All i P I er Findlay notes in a lelter to council the arena consultants did not figure the annual debt charges in with the estimated operating expenses of a new arena. Those charges would be J2M.905 a year on lhe acceler- ated program (building the arena by December, 19731 and on the normal pro gram, to iiavc the arena built by June, 1974. Mr. Findlay also points out the financing of ihe arena light have to come from Ihe .'sale open of debentures on lhe arena. By 197b, the total bond- ed debt will increase to 2 market. "Considerable should be given lo thai approach, he suggests. By selling dclrenlurcs on the open market, the city would not ac'd to its bonded debl, which is "increasing al an million, per capita, Mr. Kindlay estimates. Mayor Andy Anderson plans only budgetary considerations for tonight's meeting, with spe- cific reference to West Leih- alarming rate." In 1967, the I bridge and the new arena, total bonded debt was Council will ask lor written million or per capita. The estimated total bonded debl as of 1972 is S17.5 million, per capita and based on Ihe normal program for construction of the submissions from the public concerning the arena for tha May 23rd council meeting, The meeting tonight will be- gin at in council chambers. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Scotland by While Horse Distillers Ltd., Scotland At DUNLOP FORD Violence won't help Indians WE GO A LOT FURTHER THAN A HAND SHAKE Violence not help w ii i c h results in dian Indians accomplish goals, said a Quebec at (lie Indian spokesman in Lethbridge. Alanise O'Bamsawin, a annual meeting at the University of Lethbridge used ccir al Dunlop Ford you qet more than a hand shake, You not bec Indian spokesman weekend, she only get top quality, lop selection well-k n o w n entertainer group for the service end great value, you gel lhe jalis- violence would result in native people faction of knowing lhe A-l used ant i-lndian backlash by communication car of your choice it 100% guar- native Quebec Indians cinteed for 30 days. Indians must organize development of an effective media unified groups which can peacefully utilize existing communication channels and develop new ones to realize establishing a completely effective Indian news media in Quebec is a difficult undertaking it is necessary In this field. Western Canadian Indians are better organized than their eastern counterparts, she snid. Citing her province, Ms. O'Bamsawin said Indian Indians, she said. Realizing that native people ivilJ undergo continued integration in non-native society, she said Indians must be proud of their heritage and retain V is difficult lo achieve due to linguistic problems. Quebec Indians speak either French or English or, in their culture. This they can do through dis- tinclly Indian -ails such as na- live dancing and -vi? V 'B mote areas, retain Iheir p. Bye Bve Birdie brother is the Ircginning of four-dAy run of the musical-comedy Bye Bye Birdie, the production of the Leih- Two Lethbridgc juveniles Collegiate Institute, ai covered Sunday afternoon Yalcs Memorial RCMP air patrol plane can a cast and crew of close used for more t li.'i 1 1 .spol I mi students and staff, (re imiMcdl leads will lie iukc-n Two juveniles reportedly Mark l.iiehl'ield and D.iwn j stole a half-Ion truck from Cauglierty. Oilier major 2nd Si. S, and headed toward Mann. Mike Arlene Crmh- Coalctale. On lhe way they ami Lee Reinhardl. ed up three juvenile story cuncerns a llilierSl niL'k sini'i-r who has hoc-] dril'l- Shortly after !i p.m. Ilicj cd anf] his whn rolled the slolcn I ruck in a ditch on Highway 3 west, about 4 miles east of tho city, quick way to make nioncv. His secretary plans a televised Farewell where Conrad injurinp Iwo of the hitchhikers who were riding in lhe truck sinp his latest hit and kiss a fan goodbye. Following the. areidenl on Ihe side, two young ihievos attcmpied manager's and secret arv's flee on fool, but a I romance with by Ihc patrol plane which was circling Ihe accident hy his moUiev. and lhe young fan's VOLK An RCMP highway patrol at being disloyal one of lhe mpn-b. of arrived on Ihc scene now Ford's Ir-nm o) highly after (he accident and of the belter lirnnsod moc vcnilc offenders by The Telephone Hour rcpnir. Lloyd I-QS bncn instruct ions radioed to l.ol of l.ivin' to Dunlop FnrH 3 yrnr s, ly ninrrlrif1 in Nor'h toili- from lhe Moiling is The two injured director wilh .Jerry Calvin Wojlowiz, 310 St. conducting tho nml Theodore Palerson. Band who will Mlh Si. S., holh l-l years lhe oast remained in is slmlcnis' HOURS: fair condition with multiple ,it 7 p.m. and nu admission charge of ?l. The 8 a.m. to 9 p. RCMP invrsligiilinn of Ihc'smws hoi'in al p.m. Incident eonlimies and mi ,lu- ;i charm1 of 9 a.m. lo 5 p.m vcnilc Court dale has been arc ,'ivailabli: irom for Ihc two allo.fi cxl Iruck Dunlop Ford extend lhe rnanufac- warranty to a full 90 dayi ll'i like buying a car and having a mechanic at your frflck and call DUNLOP FORD A-l USED CARS AT DUNLOP FORD BRAND NEW 1972 FORDS Carry 100% Unconditional Guarantee For The First 90 Days With rhe delivery of a new car, Db'nlop Ford fakes over wifh ibeir 90 Day Unconditional Guarantee. We at Dunlop Ford really do care about our customers always have 100 Brand New Cars and Trucks in slock at lhe owest possible prices all carry Dunlop's exclusive 90 Day Warranty. BUYING A NEW CAR OR TRUCK? GiVE DUNLOP FGRD A TRY! YOUR TOTAL TRANSPORTATION CENTRE OUR FACILITIES ARE ONE OF THE MOST MODERN IN CANADA TO SERVE YOU BETTER. REMEMBER WHEN YOU BUT A NEW OR A-l USED CAR AT DUNLOP FORD IT'S LIKE GETTING A FREE MECHANIC. TOP TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES FOR YOUR PRESENT CAR Convenient Low Rate Corner M.M. Drive and 16th Avc. S. Phone 328-886? Carry a 100% Unconditional Guarantee- For 30 Days flunk about ii no labour costs no part costs we ol Dunlop Ford uncondiiionally guarantee Ihe A-l used cor of your choice for 30 days listed below are just a few of the thoroughly recondiiioncd A-l used cars we have far you 1971 METEOR RIDEAU Sedan, VB, oulo., P.S., rodio, miles clean. COCQC ONLY 1969 ECQNOUNE SUPER VAN 6 cyl., sfd. Irns., exec lien I for contractors, plumbers, eleclricians or GREAT SAVING ON THIS UNIT! 1969 OLDS DELTA 88 4-door sudan, V8, aulomahc, P.S P.B. radio. 1969 CMC SUBURBAN 6 posso.igur holiday van, V8, ciulo., P.5., PB., 18.000 milo, rPol rlca Do you sun Ihis one, oiral lor vocnlion fun Rep. S2795..... NOW 1968 COUGAR 7-donr linrdlap, ouramorir. pgwrr broken JUST IN! ;