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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta FABULOUS 27-DAY FARMER nnd RANCHER TOUR To Australia onrf NEW Zealand also viiili lo Hawaii, Fiji nnd Taihlli. All inclusive price from Calgary, per person only S1639, Double occupancy. Departure! Jan. IS, 1971 and Fob. 1, 1971. For resorvations and information contact BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE 1271 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-3201 or 328-8184 "BUTTE TRAVEL StRVlCE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" Theiethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lcthbridge, Alberta, Friday, November G, 1970 PAGES 13 TO 28 Treat Evervono To Dellcloul Alberta Roast Beef-On-A-Bun Availablo Only ut ERICKSEN'S Tako-Oul No, 2 1705 M.M. Drive S. Phono 328.77JI Quebec, U.S. Parallels Drawn By JIM WILSON Herald Education Writer A .solid parallel exists be- tween folk-concert riots and peace movement problems which surfaced in New York slate ami elsewhere in 1M9, anc (he cMfronfaiioiii' coin- mon at similar activities to- day, a University of Lcthbridgc history professor says. Dr. Warren Williams, ad- dressing about 100 students at a U of L civil liberties learn-in Thursday, said IK was present at the Pceksbill, N.Y- concerts Aug. 27 and Sept. 4, 1040. at which Negro civil liberties worker and singe' Paul Robe- son, and folk singer Pete Sceger were gnesls- Arjout 700 people attended lli ocracj'. "South Africa is being pres- sured from all sides, and sees evil in both political ideologies. Tn them the Iron Curtain and the world are like the horns on a hull, both moving in the same directions with each step. It does not matter horn (hnnre you." He feels the west and the Iron Curtain countries have formed a strange puzzle. "They are not antagonists but rather thay are rivals. "Canada has poured millions of dollars into a Tanzama rail- road whicli will be built by communist Chinese. It could have the makings of another Viet Nam. "Biafra was one of the worst acts of genocide in hundreds of yeais, with Die USSR supplying Nigeria willi air power asd Groat Britain supplying the ground artillery. Here are two world powers supposedly differ- ent in ideals forming a pact to crush a tiny and infant coun- try, "Tlte U.S. could have finish- ed the Viet Nam war long ago if (hey bad wanted. The States do not really care about com- munism moving into South Vietnam, but they do want Lo instill their own Some Merchants Seek Extra lly IIEK11 JOHNSON IJeralil Shift Writer Late night shopping live days a week before Christmas coins Lo if a move by several local merchants is successful. At present ttee is no uni formily of thinking on the mal- ter among all the merchants. This may be achieved at a meeting scheduled for Tuesday morning. Mike Hassall .College Hall administrator, told The Herald he would like to see lale night Chopping from Dec. 14 la 23. After Christmas, there should be all-day Wednesday opening on a six-monlii trial basis, he aid. A long-term goal could be six-day shopping, including three late, nights, he saiil. "We're Iwre to provide a ser- he said. "This is tlie only reason for our existence." Mr. Hassal emphasized he was speaking for himself and other merchants may not agree with his views. Dill Baker, president of the Downtown Businessmen's Asso- ciation, said there was "no mifnrmity of thinking at the moment "regarding changes in tor.e hours, although some- thing may come ant of the Tuesday mi'i'ling He said he was net prepared to comment on the DBA's petition at the present lime. Local merchants groups have held a series of meetings to date to discuss changes in stores Iwiirs. So isr Ilic Norlh Lctlibridg" Merchants and Shoppers World have sided with Die DBA lo keep the pre- sent regulations as Uiey are. Store hours are regulated by city bylaw, which allows stores lo remain cpsn until C p.m. on Hie two Wednesdays before Christmas. Anv changes would have to he approved by city council, likely at lite jequcst of a ma- jfirily of Ihe merchants. Nisei Resentment Felt By Churches Second generation Japanese (Nisei) in some parts of Can- ada are not only indifferent to Christianity but show strong anti-Christian feelings. A delegate from Vancouver, Lo the Fifth Japanese Uniled Church. Conference being held in Lsthbridge, attributed this atlitude partly to resentment over the way the Japanese peo- pic were treated in Canada during the Second World War. The point was made in a dis- Other Provinces Cities More Help The first meeting of a juint city council industry commit- ee set up to prepare a brief o the provincial cabinet on secondary sewage treatment costs will likely be held next week at the earliest. Aid. Rex Little, one of four council members on the com- Beet Harvest Finishes The southern Alberta sugar met harvest is finished. Canadian Sugar Factory offi- cials said in Lethbridge this morning, that only a few strag- glers in the Taber, Burdett and Bow Island areas have any beets left in Lhe field, and these should be into Ihe factories by next Tuesday at the latest. j Meanwhile the storage condi- tion of bscts at the factories re- mains satisfactory, and no heating problems are foreseen. There were acres of sugar beets grown in southern Albsrta this year. mittee. says members will he doing individual research be- fore the first meeting to pre- pare material for Hie brief. He said lie had been looking into the situation in other prov- inces regarding the amount and kinds of financial assist- ance available lo municipalities from the provincial govern- ments for sewage treatment fa- cilities. Most provincial governments give more financial support than is available here in Al- berta, be said, usually in the form of granls and longer term loans. The Alberta government must realize that pollution con- trol costs can be very rough on municipalities, he said. Another argument that would likely be a part ol the brief, he said, was related lo "inequities the lure." Largely because of contribu- tions to education costs, the city has control over only 40 per cent of ils tax revenue, he said. Tn 1970, 57 per cent of city j tax revenue went for education. This places limitations on the city revenue that can he used for sewage Ircatment and puts some obligation on the prov- ince to increase its financial support in this area, he said. cussion that followed an ad- dress by the Rev. C. Horikoshl of Toronto. Mr. Ilorikoshi ad- dressed himself lo Ihr question ui ihe future cf (he Japanese Church. to a questionnaire whicli Mr. Horikoshi had sent lo Japanese Uniled Churches across the country indicated tliat (fare is a fulure for this ethnic church. Despite the ap- parent negative atttilude of many is'isei, Japanese churches have experiencing gwwth. Mr. Horikoslu" drew attention to the fact that it is increasing- ly difficult to get Nisei to work in Japanese churches. The re- sult is that some Japanese con- gregations have Caucasian ministers. (This is the case in Lelhbridge where William Harms serves the Japanese United Church.) The future of the Japanese Church will be explored further in today's sessions of [lie con- ference. provincial lax struc- GIANT GRASS Although corn grows as high as 20 feet, it is a form of grass and is sometimes called 'giant grass." COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 PHARMACY FACTS Prom O. C. Slubbl We've (hat many people still don't realir.e we keep per- manent records of all prescrip- tions we fill for them. This in- formation is kept here in our pharmacy so that there can always be a complete 'record of each prescription i n case further in- fo r m a tion be- comes necessary. This means ws can always refill any prescrip- tion when your doctor author- izes further dispensing of it to you. And, it also means that, should you consult a differ- ent doctor, we will have a com- plete record or your prescription history. Keeping a complete file of all prescriptions ire dispense is just one of Ihe services we're glad (o offer you and our com- munity. You can ahrays depend on Stubbs Pharmacy to be your jiendliest place where service and quality meet here in Leth- uridge. Filling your prescrip- ions is our main business hers 1506 Slh Ave. S. CAMM'S SAVE TOP 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A 19.95 MUFFLER TOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 19 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FRK INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT IIMUTE UFFLER INBTALLATIDPJa Phone 328-8134 509 6lh Avenue South Dine and Dance TONIGHT Marv Qually's Sunset Trio SATURDAY The Mint Juleps to p.m. NO COVER CHARGEI SUNDAY The family will enjoy our fine food, service atmosphere "Special Children's Menu" SUNDAY BRUNCH SERVED 10 A.M. TO 2 P.M. S ven PHONE 328-7756 for RESERVATIONS CHARITY BAZAAR CENTRE VILLAGE ALL DAY SATURDAY ;