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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta VISIT MAZATLAN 15 Doyi 14 Nighll AIRFARE AMERICAN BREAKFAST each day accommodation From per person band on double occupancy from Calgary. Contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Conn. Village Mall Phone The UthbruUje Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, November 3, 1972 PAGES 17 TO 26 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDS. 740 4th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 Now Arriving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FALL EVE FASHIONS for 1973 Grits get edge on service vote Southern Alberta servicemen overseas followed Lhe nalional trend in the service vote by giv- ing the edge to the Liberals in Monday's lederal election. Two of the four constituencies in the area should have gone Liberal, the results show. In the final count of service ballots put Andy Russell, Liberal, ahead with D2 votes, followed by Ken Hurl- burt, P.C., 54, Hal Hoffman, NDP, 12, and Keith Hancock, Socrod, six. Two ballots were rejected. In the Rocky Mountain rid- ing. Alan Sulatycky, Liberal had 52 service votes, one more than Clark, the PC candidate. Cheney, NDP, had 12 votes and Gonske, Socred had 10. One ballot was rejected. Servicemen from the Medi- cine Hat area voted in favor of the PC candidate. Hargarve, 70; Olson, Liberal, 64; Toolc, NDP, 12; and Paxman, Soc- red, seven. One ballot was re- jected. In the Crowfoot constituency, incumbent Jack Homer, PC, re- ceived 43 votes; McAlister, Lib- eral, 31; McGowan, NDP, eight; Green, Socred, eight. The Canada wide service vote gave to the Liber- als, to the Conserva- tives, to the NDP and to the Socrcds. Blood nominations Battle shapes up for post of chief A two-way battle is shapin up for the job of chief on th Blood Indian Band. Current Chief Jim Shot Bol Sides and Ilulus Goodstrike Liquor bottle deposits start Jan. 1 Liquor bought after the 1973 New Year's hangovers clear away will likely cost an add! tional five cents per bottle. The Alberta Liquor Contro Board and the provincial envi ronment department are shoot- ing for Jan. 1 to have liquor and wine bottles refundable. A nickel extra will be charged for all bottles, regardless of size, and refunded with the return ol the bottle to a universal depot. Green's Pop Shop, the local depot on the north side, has been expanded to accommodate the increased number of bot- tles which will be returnable. Unlike soda pop retailers, the liquor stores will not accept empties. A survey of more than Alberta households showed that 90 per cent of the people agreed there should be deposits on wine and liquor bottles. Beer bottles will still bring 30 cents per dozen when relum- ed. LEROY'S PLUMBING t GASFITTING SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 328-8403 PHARMACY FACTS FROM O. C. STUBBS Are you old enough to re member the travelling medi- cine man (hat charmer who always had Hie 'secret remedy your doctor didn't know about' S the magic rn- medy to 'cure I your ills'? Am has it occurrec j to you that the 1 medicine man had lo be Irav e 11 i n g I man' (hat he had lo be continually finding gullible, new victims for his fraudulent claims? Because if he'd been foolish enough to slay in one place even the gulliblcs would have finally rea- lized his snnkc oil was useless. Here in our pharmacy you know we're ready find glad lo serve you, day-nflcr-day. You know we'll he here on each to- morrow. And, as far us secrets arc concerned we have only one which we keep indcfi- nilely here on record for you your prescription, the record of your medication which is pure- ly your doctor's and your busi- ness mid no one rise! Free parking? Here n! Stiibbs Pharmncy, Ihc answer is, "Of And n place for you lo sit while we're filling your prescription of course. All this nncl our friendly, scicnllous service is always ready for you here al IfXXi uth Avc. S. Open dnily n.rn. lo p.m. Sundays nnd Holidays 12 noon to p.m. are considered the prime con- tenders for the Blood reserve elections on Nov. 21. Five other persons were list- ed as nominees for the posi- tion. Another 77 persons, including six women, are seeking 12 coun- cil seals. All contenders were nominat- ed at a meeting at Senator Gladstone Hall on the Blood re- serve Wednesday. The mimlier of persons seek- ing council seats represents a substantial reduction from pre- vious elections when more than persons sought Lhe vacan- cies. Ed Fox, Blood band manag- er, said the reduced numbers show an increased respect for the job of band councillor. Mr. Fox said some of the nom- ,nces are expecled to formally withdraw their names as they were not present at the nomi- nation meeting and may not be 'nlcrested in running for office. He said this could include .hree of the nominees for chief. Blood election voting rights are restricted to Blood treaty r.dians 21 years of age or over. It would require a parliamen- ary order-in-council to lower he voting age limit to 18 years, Ir. Fox said. APPLE CAMPAIGN RESULTS Apple campaign chairman Eric Plausteiner, led, pre- sents two cheques totalling profit to Lethbridga Kiwonis Club president John Banfield, centre, and Green Acres Kiwanis Club president Bill Varzari. All Ihree express- ed pleasure at public response to the campaign. The funds will be used for gctivilies and assistance for youlh, underprivileged children and the elderly. New program announced Youth charged A 15-year-old Lethb ridge outh has been charged with reaking into two city houses. Police report (he youth has cen charged with the break-ins in conjunction with two other juveniles who have already been charged with a total of 16 such offences. Both break-ins occurred Oct. 19. Houses entered are owned by Tom Wardman, 204 16lh St. S. and Bill Jakubowski, 123 17th St. N. School budget increase still means tight strings An Increase in school boan budgets announced by Educa lion Minister Lou Hyndman wil still mean boards will be on a tight budget, according to Leth bridge's two school superinten dents. The minister announccc CtlFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL MEDICAL DENTAL BLDC. Lower Level PHONE 327-2825 NOW ON DISPLAY The 1973 AUDI AT RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE AUDI 3rd Art. and Mfh Si. J. Soli. 328-4539 Thursday that a new three-year financing program will be in- stituted in 1973 which will see budgets for the instructional portion of Ihe school founda- tion program increased by up to 7'A per cent from the pres- ent six per cent ceiling. "By careful budgeting, we can probably live within said Bob Kimmitt, separate school superinlendent. Dr. 0. P. Larson, public school superintendent, said lie slill expects rough going ahead "It's not going to give us any more money than we need." he said. "We could still have lo cut back on certain things." Both superintendents said (hey have not yet. liocn advised of the delails of the program and were unaware of Thurs day's announcement. "I am not sure exactly wha it said Dr. Larson, don't know whether it will be much of. an improvement over Vhal we have had. We had heard it was going to be in creased to 8% per cent." Dr. Larson said with a per cent increase, "it can bo taken for granted there will be light budgeting." Mr. Kimmitt said he is pleas- ed that the announcement has been made because schoo] boards will now know where they are heading lor at least the next three years. Dr. Larson said he expects the announcement draw lengthy consideration during the annual convenlion of the Alber- ta School Trustees Association in Edmonton Nov. 5-9. Mr. Hyndman address .he convention on Monday. T.Ieanwlu'le, Dr. Murray Jam- Dolsky, president of Ihe Alberta Teachers Association, greeted Six young city musicians selected for provincial band Six Lethbridge young people were among 75 selected to form the first provincial Honor Band which performed in con- cert Saturday nt the annual convention of tlie Canadian Rand Directors' Association in Banff. The musicians and Ihcir in- struments arc PcRgy Foslcr, clarinet; Lori Leister, clarinet; Lorraine Fonlana, bass clari- nel; Donald Pcard, horn; Tom Little, trombone; and Robin Bruce, percussion. Conductor at the convention was Dr. James Nielsen, direc- tor of the G. Leblanc Corpora- lion education department and former professes of music a t Oklahoma City University. The band members were chosen on Ihc basis of Ihcir musical ability nnd p a s I achievements. The convention nnd band per- formance were sponsored by Ihe music division of Ihc de- partment of culture, youth and recreation. the announcement with "guard- ed optimism." "It is gratifying to have edu- cation in line with other social service delivery areas and not singled out for limitation as it has been for the past three said Dr. Jampolsky of the budget increase lo per cent. Dick Gruenwald (SC Leth- bridge West) said he is pleased with tbe announcement but, he. added, "I'm inclined to think they'll even find TA per cent inadequate, particularly to sat- isfy salary demands of teach- ers." Mr. GruenwalcJ, a former sep- arale school board member in Lethbridge, said the early an- nouncement will give school dis- ricts ample time to plan their 1973 spending program. Degree man can't even get janitor job List of jobless teachers increases by 40 per cent By RON CALDWELL Herald Staff Writer The frustration of the educat- ed unemployed. Joe and Mary (fictitious names) are qualified, experienc- ed teachers. One is drawing unemployment white the other is working as a store clerk. They are among 293 teachers who have been unable to find teaching positions in Alberta this year, an increase of 40 per cent over 1971. Joe is in his early 50s. He lost his job in a small town high school near Lethbridge in June and has been unable to find any kind of leaching position to support his wile and four chil- dren. 1URNEO DOWN In fact, he was turned down when he applied for a janitorial position. He holds a masters degree in education and has 22 years of teaching experience. At the time he lost his job, Joe was making more than 000 a year. Now, he has been reduced to drawing S% a week in unemployment insurance. "They say it's enough to live on. You can eat and pav your bills but that's about he aid. When an unexpected expense comes UD, such as a bill for lis daughter's glasses, it places an unbearable strain on the amily budget. VO FUTURE "The most terrible thing is hat I have no future." he said, in a situation like this, a pcr- on grows dull like a mule t's a dangerous thing." Joe said he can't even find low-paying job because em iloyers don't need a person wit degree to clean floors or pour ement. Joe now rolls his own cig rettes. Mary's position is somewha milar to Joe's but her situa on is much different. She's single and in her late Os. TORE CLERK With a university degree an wo year's teaching experience he is now a store clerk "I taught in a large high schoo Edmonton for two years an ien went back to university t omple-te my she said pon graduation, no jobs wen vailable. She decided to come to Leth idge to look for a job be- ause it would be cheaper t' ve at home. told me that he thought it was more important for a married man to have a job." In another interview, six men sat around a conference table firing questions in rapid-fire succession. "It was the worst 25 minutes I have ever she said. Mary said one of her main beefs is that some school boards are hiring teacher aides while letting qualified teachers go without jobs. They can usually hi-e two teacher aides for the price of a qualified teacher, she said. Despite the roadblocks and difficulties, Mary said she still plans to try to get back into the teaching profession. "I really enjoyed teaching and it is kind of sad to have to be away from Mary said. However, she feels teaching positions will be very difficult to find "for the next few years, at least. "But I plan to keep trying." So do many other qualified teachers who are now working in gas stations, on road con- struction crews and in shoe stores or are unemployed. Grits should quit claims Hurlburt The Canadian electorate has spoken and the Trudeau gov- ernment should resign, said Ken Hurlburt, newly elected Con- servative MP for Lethbridge. "In new of the fact that Trudeau only has seven seats west of the Lakehead and most 3f his power comes from Que- bec, he should resign." The Lethbridge MP said this morning he was mildlv sur- prised that Trudeau will' try to lang onto power. The new Trudeau cabinet will not be representative of all parts of Canada, he said. Asked whether he would vote, to oust the Liberal government or vote by conscience, Mr. Hurl- burt replied: 'That's a loaded question. I've never been to Ot- tawa (as an MP) before and don't know what the NDP are going to do." The New Democrats hold the federal balance of power at present. Mr. Hurlburt said his future plans rest in the hands of Con- servative leader Bob Stanfield, At present, he said, "we (Conservative MPs) out here don't know mucii about what's happening or going to happen." Her salary has been reduced! more than half since she let e teaching profession. Mar iw earns about ?300 a month in r job as a clerk. Mary said she has encounter- ed discrimination, both because of her qualifications and her marital status. OVER-QUALIFIED "In some cases, I've been told they wouldn't hire me be- cause they could get a less ex- perienced person for less she said. "One personnel officer also Aviation course in the air Efforts lo establish nn avln- lion course nl Ihc Lclhbridgo Comnmnily Tollcgc nppcar lo have hil nn nir pockol. Dr. C. D. Stcwnrl, president of LCC, snid only the medium size nil-lines have shown nny interest In having personnel trained at tbo college. The larger airlines, such us Canadn, have their own training programs wliile small, airlines don't need (.mined stewardesses and other service personnel. "II looks like a nnmlxr of possibilities won't, materialize." said Dr. Stewart. "We arc still hopeful wo may be able lo do something." However, the support of the large, airlines was seen as vilnl to Hie future, of (ho program which wns planned to start next full. Featuring "The MOONGLOWS" 8 TO 12 P.M. NO COVER CHARGE We invito applications for full and parl-limo (2 or 3 evenings per week) Food Service Hostesses age 18 and over for our lovely dining and banquet roonu. For personal Interview pleato contact JOHN WICH. ERS, telephone 328-77S6. THE OLD Of WFSTCTN HOSPrTAUTT iedauiant aw PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONS Therapy sessions planned for alcoholics, drug addicts Weekly therapy sessions foi alcoholics and drug addicts will be held at the University of Lethbridge. Prof. Santokh Anant said he plans to use the Verbal Aver- sion Therapy which he develop- ed in 1965. "I have a leeling that this type of treatment is needed in he said. "It was quite successful when I used it in Saskatchewan, 25 of 26 peo- ple got well." Prof. Anant said the 26th person did not stay for Jic entire therapy course. Anyone deciding to take ad- vantage of the therapy should commit themselves to mini- mum of five sessions. There will be both individual and group sessions. One of the main reasons it is being instituted, Prof. Anant said, is because the services of psychologist are not covered ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 Slh SI. S. Phone 328-4095 in government health care pro- grams. The program mil get under was as soon as "we have some people." CHARLESCRAFT CURL and LOVELY CURLING IRONS Wilh exclusive cord swiv- el, thermostarically control- led, exclusive cool safety tip, for beauty and health of your hair. .49 HOYT'S PRICE, ONLY 10 Caff House ware s 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Winter Strikes! Get Your Snow Boots from Camm's 6" tow Cut Boot in black or brown nylon (as shown) wiih shearling cuff. Sizes 6-10. Hi Cut Styles in brown or black leathers, wet looks and suedes. Sizes 6-10, lined and unlined stylos. Teen and College Styles! 2 Tone Slip On In brown suede and leather combinotio with notched ex I em ion soles. Also See, loo, Ihe many other new styles, ATV's Suede Tics, Maxine Suede and lea- ther lies. The newest FIRST ct Camm'i. CHILDREN'S SHOES By Savage and Claismolos, Let our filling experts out- fit your children in shoes. Minos' tics and slip ons in loalhers and tucdos. Boys' tics and slip ons. Plus a full lino of and North Slar far a ages. WHITE DUTY SHOES One of our _ by Savapc nnd Mill Ovflh A must for ladies in white. Open Fri. 'lil 9 p.m. CAMM'S 403 5lh Street S. SHOES ;