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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 1HF lETHBRIDC-r HERAID Thursday. November 11, 1971--------------------- C.losin- llir iiKijor Mexican wealth) unbelievable poverty lock officr last Heccmlier. said (Timoiiiist Antonio Trnjo i'MY iT A Since taking oliiw, Ki-iii'v- in :t I cn'ia has increa.sed personal, and corporate and capital-gains Ai'.ipulro. out- i (axes, imposed a office, j luxury tax. increased spend- fine'; mvn shoes on education and pnnided :.lnvl and land fur poor fanners. I'f rontlMsK I.MTI.K ItrYI.W I'OUKH h .ir.d unbelii'vabli- rronomist al the Uaneo i'-im! that is Motional lie i.'umcreiii EMC- i.uim: I resident I.in- Kdi- I eionoinically ac- tive imputation is a little over iial of inilliim more than half its a. t inj; of those in agriculture, "i "ppiirtiiiiity for I means that half of the IT ''dm: market fur domestic products th-' pn Miient '.vho is eoneenlrated in a section nf Constiint test ights Bv VM i.LliVEK NKW YORK 'AP) Fur .left Fenholt. Rron'lu.-ty i> n consant tot. The -l new- comer the Mar. of Gall- lee in ,lesu> CnrUi. Superstar-, the .-e.isuns sensation raid must-fiiM'u.-.st'd >huw. "To fin the pile 1 fi.'sve to pot myself into a pivny Grange bnx ever-- night." be says of the constant of privre concern and public criticism which goes part. I'm on. it's a com- pletely different world from nie out here "It's hard to unwind Although he atyxit his plunge into para-religious theat- ricals with fitting mean, even thinking of portray- ing make? you feel so any other mea- sure men t he is an uninhibited, full-bldxlerl member of Amer- ica greenir.g generation. Jeffrey Craic Fenholt bom in Columbus. Ohio, second oldest to two sisters and two brothers. His parents divorced long since. 'I've, heen out ..m my own since says Jeff "I've kind of made my break with Colum- bus.'1 SALUTED RV SCHOOL A few wrek> a however. Fenholis hid1: :-choo! .-Muted him during came. The event led snnv recall. "The principal ;o !ell me. 'If you don'! straiehkm up. you'll neuT amount t.n any- thing.' Von see. 1 didn't, like rules and In high school I raised n lot of it wasn't vicious." After two years on a voice scholarship lie "bombed out" at Ohio State University in disen- chantment "with the sys- tem because they wouldn't ac- cept niv rock creations." Left-handed Jeff was busy mastering the guitar at 1-1. fonk up piano at Hi, and by 1ft was creating his own songs. quitting college, the minstrel went travel- lin.ti with a friend, Dane Dona-' hue of Mansfield, in a musical 1 net. When they split, Fenholt hooked on with the bus-and- j truck Venus company of Hair, Another cast member told him about the impending Super-; star and urged liim to try out. RESEMBLES SAVIOUR Although ui general appear-1 pulled-out shirt, j leather fringes and shoulder- j long iden- tical to other street people. Fen-! holt project? the facial sensitiv-1 iiy and configuration associated with sensational pictorial repre-; sontations of the Saviour. i In other personal specifics, he j stands five-foot-nine. weighs in i at 1.35. sings in a sweet tenor j that soars toward s o p r a n o, sucks to filter cigarettes and admits to the unhappy posses- sion of a gastric ulcer. I "Oh, I wotry about anything and he says, "and the worst part of that I never let it show." Tending to his wel- i fare is his "long-time girl-friend from next door." Maureen Mc- Fadden. They married in Au- gust. Fenliolt's long-term ambition is to achieve recognition as a singer-composer. Recently he signed a recording contract. "I want to hit the heads of the 18-year-olds and the even more mature. I'm not looking for any Iwavy releases, but to get peo-, pie to respect my style." the population ubicli hasn't nviiili buying power." With the lack of buying industry luinid itself in a cost-pi'ii'e hi-rnuse of short production mas and then fore couldn't compete on a toiv'o. scale in the inicnia- I' inal in.'U'ket. T... is reflected in foreign trade figures which that in 1970 exports 1.2 p( rent while i in p i Rec- ommendatiors TO reduce the abuses of asidgnments in the province have a fairly low government priority, says At- torney-General Merv Leitch He said he did not. expect to be able to look at the recom- mendation, made by the Alber- ta Institute of Lav.- Research and Reform's report on wage assignments, for some time. A host of housekeeping amendments have higher pri- ority, he said, and ho doubted whether the recommendations be presented in legisla- tive form at the session. In the recent report to Mr, Leitch, the institute said the use of irrevocable wage assign- ments, a form of compulsory debt repayment, was "capable of grave abu.se.s" under present law. It said "there is evidence of abuse and a continuing risk of further abuse" unless the law is changed. Under present law. a credi- tor can take as security for debt up to 100 per cent of a person's future uncos. If pay- Robcrl Jrnson heads Mi club ETZrKOM 'HNS. The Horseshoe 4-11 Club hold its election of officers, with Ro- bert Jensen of Ktzikom taking over for the 1971-72 term as preside nt. Mona of Nemi.seam IV now vice- president, Roxannf of foremost secretVtry and Donna Britl.nrr of Foron.nst trrasuror. Annual color niaht will be held in t.he IV.n.'nuist Cnnimun- iw Hall Novnnbrr '2ii with the? next club Dcrcmlwr (i in tho Foromost School at 3 p.m. ACFIKAGK MKLU Tho long-term yield nf during the years in lias 16.6 biishcl.s an acre. i ments are not. made, the credi- tor can legally force the em- I plover to assign part of the debtor's salary until the bill is i paid. I Fa per towels campaign Shrum VANCOLTER (CPi Dr. Gordon Shrum, chairman of British Columbia Hydro, says j he's worried that an anti-sci-1 i ence, anti-technology and anti-1 intellectual revolution is tak- i in2 place in the western world, j He said in an interview Mon- day that the leaders of this revolution are often misguided in their efforts to combat pollu- tion. Dr. Shrum said there is no point in campaigning for linen instead of paper towels when half the forests of B.C. are stocked with ''decadent" trees. "People who urge us not to use paper toweTs are just sav- ing t h e over-age trees which I penrratfj carbon ho sa if I. Another favorite topic, said i i Dr. Shnim, is campaigning i against the use of electric gad-1 gets such as toothbrushes and i c r v i n g knives in the mis- j guided belief that this will con- I serve power and prevent con- stniction of more dams. "If you stopped all the elec- trie carving knives in B.C. you j would probably save (he efjiiiv- I nlent of servicing if) new i j homes with power. t "There is only one way to. j save power and that is by low- j (ring tho standard of living: by using blade and white in- stead of color televisions, by j rending newspapers instead of listening to tho radio, j ''It is things like I plants and rapid transit and in- dustry that, use power elec- trir cnrving knivrs and tooth- brusiir.', don't mnko any differ I encc to Llio load." CD'S huge young population. A national census published ear- lier this year showed Unit ?.l million of tho country's W million population were under 20 yem's of age. This means, he said, that about new jobs a year will have to be nvaled tn off mass unemployment. LOWKK luiiTii IIATK" A n o ii t1 r economist said; "It's not likely Unit Kchcver- ti'i is going !o do anything about the birth rate, but if WP look :it it realistically instead of emotionally we must real- ize that we can't continue l.o have such large families. "One of our problems is un- der-cnipliiyment rather than unemployment nnrl 1 n g .5 won't get hotter until the birth rate slows. "If I advertised for a swee- per today I'd get about lOfl ap- plications, but if I needed a welder I'd probably have to stc.il him from another com- pany." His comments reinforce the survey's figures which demon- strate the vast task facing Mexico in education and train- ing in tiie next decade Of the 415 million population, 33 per cent are under JO, more than five million be- tween six and 14 have never been to school and almost S'i million over :iO have had no formal schooling. t j naewAH Protesting the name of the LATEST IN AIRPORTS It may not look like much now, but this is destined to be the world's most up-to-date airport, at Robsy-en-France, 17 miles from Paris. While New York, London and other world cities debate sites and costs of new airports to handle today's jumbo traffic, the French capital already is started on its third field, supplementing Oily and Le Bourget, specifically geared to the supersonic era. Violation of probation brings term EDMONTON fCT- der George Smith, 21J, uf I lob- be ma was sentenced to 18 months for his part in the thelt of a bottle of rum, a bottle of wine and a case of beer Smith, Logan Henson Green, 18, also of Hobbema, and Ed- ward Pierre Lcvacque. of no fixed were after a man was robbed Sept. 11. I Green was sentenced to three i months to be followed by a year's probation and Levacquc was given a one-year suspended sentence. Mr. Justice S. S. Lieberman of Alberta Supreme Court was I told by Smith's lawyer, R. L. Berger, that the r.ccused prob- ably would commit robbery again if he started drinking. ings Me also said Errith was an un- fortunate viclini of c'irc n in- stance a long jail sentence imposed on him soon after lie left home 12 years Mr. Berger. in what the judge described as a "frank and mov- ing argument." said .Smith's 11- year criminal record reflected a way of life learned in jail. game CRANRKOOK npRiimal District at East kTiiy ck'doral area voters' HMs'fcivc closed willi a tally of 11.1107 vclors for their directly elected board The 1970 list closed at Terms of four of the seven ek'Cfral dircttors expire, Area Uoyd Sharp of South Country to liic Montana bound- ary; Area Vincc Downey ru'ral (Irurljrank: Area D, An- drew1 llcsicky, Wardner; and Area G, Chris Madson, Radi- um. Cnntiiiiung for another year of two-year terms are Area B, Lloyd Phillips, Ilosmer, for the most easterly area from River head to Flathead in Montana. Area E, .1. S. Whiting, rural Kimlwrley. and Area F, W AKIICW, Canal Flal. Respective volers' list tallies, 1970 bracketed, are: Area A 740 A ca B 7-10 Area C 807 Area D 901 Area E 75li Area F Area G32 close November 29, and elections at the seven separate polling stations are December 11, with returning officer RDEK administrator Frank Berloia. The other sis board directors are elected, but indirectly as municipal council- lors, then appointed by their re- spective chief magistrates to KDEK beard. SIMPSONS-SEARS of Ladies' Fashion Shoes Be on hand when our largest selec- tion of Slings, Purnps and Sandals are to be cleared at reduced prices! Choose from assorted styles and colors. All broken sizes. Sizes to 10 in and b width. Reg. 10.98 to 12.98 Reg. 13.98 to 16.00 Reg. 17.98 to 21.00 .99 Ladies' and Misses' Casual and Fashion Flats Ladies' and Misses' Flats in Straps, Ties or Gores in a broken size range from to 10. Choose your color from black, brown, beige, reds and whites. 5.98 lo 7.98 r 5.99 STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday ond Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Cenlre Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;