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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD May 1974 CLC factions bury the hatchet VANCOUVER The Canadian Labor Congress wound up its biennial convention Friday with a strong affirmation of unity that followed a week of often- bitter internal debate One of the issues that led to the growth of a reform group of unions was referred Friday for deliberation to the incoming congress executive which is headed by a four-member permanent executive Water-divining contest A water divining contest took place beside the Ontario Science Centre in were national unions Toronto. some some not so some male and striving for more Canadian some tried their hands at locating underground water supply. Henry had never tried divining and declared himself a first-class failure. Irene Cart- who claims 22 years' shows her skill. The event launched a new Limits Urged novel entitled The Diviners. --------------------on expenses Tours-Tours-Tours From SENIOR CITIZENS TOURS 5 Departures... NORTHWEST TERRITORY TOUR _ _ _ EXPO'74 TOURS Departs July 16-Aug. 17 ........From fcfcV RUSSIAN TOUR 111 fi75 Departs end of June...... From A A V PALMYRA PAGEANT TOUR flflfl00 Departs July Days... WRITE or PHI. NE GOLDEN WEST TRAVEL SERVICE 10812-61 Alta. Phone 435-6307 Expo Bob Hope Special May 4 Expo Lawrence Welk Special June 4 days FULL Florida June as low as 27 days transportation and accommodation Washington Cape Kennedy Space Centre Coco Beach Fort Lauderdale. Miami Beach Walt Disney World Pensacola Nassau in the Bahamas New Orleans El Paso Texas Juarez Mexico Phoenix Las Vegas and Expo 74 Spokane Expo Kris Knstofferson Special June 18th 5 days Expo Kris KrisloHfion Soecial. June 19th 4 Expo Harry Belafonte Special June 4 dayi Expo Liberace Special 4 July 1 Eastern Canada 23 allowai........ Montreal Quebec City Prince Edward Island Halifax Ottawa Toronto Niaqara Falls Expo Mormon Tabernacle Chair Chicago Special July Sdayf .................................91O9 Expo Jack Benny July 5 days Disneyland and Expo August 17 as low as....................................... Expo Jim Nabors Buck Owen Special 4 Expo Canada Week Special 4 Eastern Canada Autumn Leavei Oct. 23 ai low Prince Edward Island Ottawa Toronto and many more NORTHERN BUS TOURS ALTA. PHONE 327-3536 329-4474 Bravest in Canada at reunion LONDON Thirteen of the bravest men in holders of the supreme awards for arrived here Friday for the biennial reunion of the Victoria Cross and George Cross Association Eleven are holders of the bronze Victoria Cross with its simple inscription For Valor and two hold the George the civilian equivalent for acts of extreme heroism Veteran of the party is 82- year-old Milton of former labor minister in the Liberal government of Louis St Laurent Gregg won his VC for penetrating the Hm- denburg Line single-handed in the First World War Accompanied by up to two relatives the rest of the party consisted of Lt -Col D. V Sergeant-at- Arms in the House of Com- mons. Maj John W of Ont Lt -Col Norman of Que Lt -Col J K VC of Air Commodore A D of Ont Charles of Ont E A of Lt Col H. of Van- Maj B H of Ont Brig -Gen Paul of Que F. A. of Ont. and Dr A R C of Ont The reunion bringing together more than 200 Victoria Cross and George Cross holders from many parts of the begins officially May 21 with the customary service of remembrance at St. Martin's- Trafalgar Square ATHOL MURRAY'S Notre Dame allenaes anaaa When Monsignor Athol Murray founded Notre Dame College on the plains of Saskatchewan in 1927 his objective was to help young Canadians become mentally and phys- ically strong. Although the college now features modern buildings and modern the philosophy rinains the same. If you are a SERIOUS whose rirst love is HOCKEY IN PARTICULAR and SPORTS IN a unique challenge awaits you at Notre Dame. Students capable of maintaining a satisfactory academic standard can participate in one of Canada's finest minor hockey with unlimited time on the LARGEST SHEET OF ARTIFICIAL ICE in the country. It's a practical combina- tion of excellent teachers from grade nine to twelve and excellent coaches from midget to junior A. Notre Dame holds to the fundamentals in education as well as in athletics in. its approach to developing a sound mind in a sound body Live in help with the NON-DENOMINATIONAL Also a complete liberal arts course leading to a degree. Send for full details I MAIL TO Apply to Principal High School or Dean of Notre Dame of Canada BOX 100WILCOX SASKATCHEWAN NAME CALGARY Strict limits on election campaign expenses for local politicians are recommended in a report released Friday by the Citizens Open Government Study a group of private citizens set up 18 months ago to recommend to city council ways of improving city calls for full disclosure of campaign expenses A limit of total expenses for each mayoralty candidate and for aldermanic and a maximum individual contribution of for mayoralty candidates and for aldermanic candidates are among its recommendations autonomy for branches ot United States-based unions and better membership services. When the final controversial issue was tackled Stan president of the Cana- dian Union of Public Employees the leading reform agreed with an outgoing executive recommendation that would have new officers deal with the question later CUPE has had a long-stand- ing dispute with congress offi- cers over affiliation rights of provincial government em- ployee associations The old congress executive felt that the provincial em- ployee groups should be admitted directly into the congress but CUPE claimed it had been given jurisdiction by the CLC over those associations. with had threatened to leave the congress if the question was not resolved in its favor But last the 30-member congress executive council voted to admit provincial government employee unions from Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland. The British Columbia Government Employees' Union was already in the congress and backed CUPE on the issue As the convention it appeared that a compromise would be reached between the congress and CUPE that would prevent a but by then the union had started a reform campaign that included a call for an ouster of several of the top-level executives. CUPE presented a resolution urging that a moratorium be declared on admission of any other provincial government unions until the setting up of a functioning national union of those provincial associations already within the congress. Any provincial government unions joining the congress would be required to join the umbrella organization. The congress executive urged that the resolution be referred to the new officers. When Mr. Little accepted the motion of referral of the resolution the issue was defused. But several CUPE including newly- elected executive vice- president Shirley spoke vehemently against the position of the congress. are not going to stand by and allow the guts of our organization to be torn out of our organization If it happens to us it could happen to you in the United Auto the United Steelworkers and the building she said. John president of the who was elected a vice-president-at-large of the said that he hoped a strong national union of provincial government employees could be formed by 1975 After the recommendation of the executive was delegates turned to words of praise for retiring president Donald who has 47 years in the labor and for BiH retiring secretary- who joined his union in 1930. Even. Louis the fiery president of the Quebec Federation of who has had many disputes in recent .years with Mr. paid his tribute to the two officers. In paying thanks for the Mr. MacDonald said his life in the labor movement was a rewarding one. would like you to re- member me simply as a trade unionist who was true to the he to an ovation from delegates at the meeting. Mother's Day Diamond Winner at COLLEGE MALL Pictured above is Mr A W. Shackleford President of the 'College Mall Merchants Association' presenting Mrs. Joyce Marker of 1941 Mayor Magrath Drive with a DIAMOND valued at 00 Mrs Marker's name was the first one drawn out of the barrel with the correct answer as to where the real diamond was in College Mall's 'Mother's Day Diamond Contest' In the background is Mrs Marg King of Marguerite who helped organize the contest Oh Yeah' For those of you who are still wondering the Real Diamond was Number 198 THE Sunday Crossword the New York Herald Tribune Edited by Robert B GiUespie Crossword GRAND By H. L. Risteen ACROSS 1 Hunt or city in Colorado 6 Permits for peripatetics 11 Ditch in Dundee 16 Figure of speech 21 Iambic muse 22 Senseless 23 Martinique peak 24 Titus or Joyce 25 Site of' Old 29 London gallery 30 Make amends 31 Mi Dvorak 32 Mortar's mate 33 High note 34 In harmony 35 Pig's digs 36 Prefix for west or wife 37 be there 'ong' 38 Sculptured slab 39 H ndu guitar 40 No law west of the 42 Java's 71 neighbor 45 Companion of Bacchus' 75 46 Tourist's 78 currency concern 80 47 African 81 Edmonds hero 82 51 Great Colt 83 52 pay or leave 85 53 Auto trips 86 55 Hold sway 56 Czech states- 88 man 89 57 Ceiling fan 90 59 Eastern 91 prince 93 60 Haifa 94 German spa 95 61 Green or Po 62 Richmond's 97 river 98 63 Rome s an- cient port 99 65 Thickets 100 66 Compass point 67 Amencan rail 68 Foreign 101 69 Met performer 103 70 Ceylon export 104 111 112 113 114 Tmderboxfor the bovine of Mrs O'Leary 106 Compass point 107 Tampico 108 toilers Impressionist Delicate Capek classic McKays world Peres' mates State of 117 with 102 D 119 120 Jars 121 Cargo weights 122 Regatta river Roman citizen San Obispo Newfy airport Enzymes Kind of es sentials Being Greek god who made war and love 131 Discharges 132 Painted and 133 Mojave 126 127 128 129 130 Otf-course tourist Task Weens Crucesor Palmas Travel tempters Interest producers Clear Scrooge word Will's matter Every knock' Bog bird Leeward isle Cold but well-lit scenic area in season Met performer Mr Shaw Jargon Make fun of are the of yes- Ponders Hammer pans Business events DOWN 1 Tropical WW il battle 2 Of a region 3 Island of falcon and cross 4 Salt tree 5 Aussie animal 6 Polish river 7 Chant 8 River at Lyon 9 Last Stuan ruler 10 Holy 11 Person from Palos 12 of credit 13 Mixtures 14 Type of light 15 Understanding 16 El Greco s home 17 Talks si 18 Mexican grass 19 MissMesta 20 Glacial ridge 26 What polders replace 27 Trim and tidy 28 Tips 34-Verbal pats on the back' 35 Former capital of Alaska 36 Our future yard 38 Filled 39 Sad 40 City in Lorn bardy 41 Fights 42 Lease clause 43 Disquiet 44 Flour city of the world 45 Mathematical ratio 46 Adriatic port-resort 48 Palisaded waterway 49 What Robert E was 50 Gambling 52 Poison shrub 54 Honey badger 57 Bar site 58 Most pious 60 Domineering 62 Doe and D 64 Sediment 65 Arabcapitol 67 Culloden fighters 68 First class 69 Is furious 72 Maxes right 73 Spiny shrub 74 Nostrils 76 Streaker' 77 Takes by force 79 Wipes out 83 Dover fish 84 Sum sign 85 Lucre 86 divi sion 87 Ed or Leon in Iowa city 88 Telegraphs 90 Bulba' 92 Threadlike growths 93 Sized up si 95 of the Gods 96 Works over 98 Sealing sed 102 Rainier with 86 A 103 Burmese gangsters 105 Those who sacked Mos cow in 1571 106 Doughboy s pest 107 Cause excite ment 108 Latvians 109 Pallid 110 Office worker si 112 Warehouses 113 Shelf 114 Fundamental 115 Maltreat 116 Ghosts dial 118 hit blow 119 Brian i Victor of Clontarf 120 Engage 121 Greek portico 123 Hoover 124 Lecture prop 125 Periods abbr u 1 5 9 10 11 is ACROSS was a 14 Bomb and 15 Juan or his Miguel Tiff 16 Prefix for Christmas gram or sode visitor 17 Inhabitant of Heavy volume Chinese Summer Turkestan sublet 21 Herdsman Catkin 23 24 26 27 30 32 by Henry Snouiy South 35 Amencan ungulate 37 Breakfast or lunch 39 What Michelm inspectors do 42 Musical themes 43 Foxy Rebuff Mraka Andrews and Wynter These in Malaga Oil of orange flowers Longest river of France Ending for bromorchlor 49 50 51 52 53 54 1 regulates Reotile Curbed Compass directions Vapid Arboreal home Tamarisk DOWN Miss Turner Sinus cavity insect groq' SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES 1974 by Chicago Tribune N Y News Synd lie World Rights Reserved f.A 3 Shed or 9 Brittle 2U DepstiU 31 DAH 4J tue Three Rivers form 22 Large vessel auxilliary' 45 Makes do 4 'They call her 11 Reproved 25 Hindu pnn 34 Omen without 13 Gait cesses 36 PartofS'D 46 Remainder 5 Depots abbr 14 Chirped 27 Donkey Ger 38 Old time Sat 48 Great Brit 6 Apple 18 Ceramic stcne 28 Too urday movie am s first 7 Rectify ware Fr 29 Jacques 40 Napery queen 8 Caruso eg 19 Russian river French clown 41 Empty 50 Narrow inlet CRYPTOGRAMS 1 TVSZ LSJGMYV LGEZDVM LGEZDK LSJGMYVF SJJ GBVM-VBVZ SD JVTGZSHV FDSZHF -By Earl Ireland 2 URRYGALS URJEY URR U R A I. S KS URRYG KI ND 1RJSY RSD U N R URJEY W D URRLWED India M. Sperry 3 B C L E A N L I F E C L E A N L I V L E N I. V H C O F A H I VOXXLN HI VOCBLF -By Barbara J. Rugg 4. HMSE'H COMESOUC COMESOUCH. MERTM SM TRMHMCT -By Norton Rhoades 5. FROG OCUPISREF SRUOCUUGS PIESU. -By I M S. Last Week's Cryptograms 1 Shortage of needed items is big comfort to poor unemployed guy who can buy little without cash. 2 don't run and grab grandma with those grubby 3 Busy new candy merchant's dream- the sweet buy And buy 4 If 1 tried loo much I'm THE PASSPORT FACTORY Upstairs E 303 5th Street South Phone 328-9344 5 MINUTE SERVICE on PASSPORT CITIZENSHIP I.D. VISA PHOTO'S and WhlU or Color ;