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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Did You Enjoy Hawaiian Days Now is time to Plan your Hawaiian Vacalion. Lei ui arrange all your plans. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Villag. Mall Phen. 328-3311 The LetKbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, October 28, 1972 PAGES 15 TO 30 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLOC. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7111 Now Arriving: THE NSW EUROPEAN FALL EYE FASHIONS for 1973 the west sicfe of 5th St. between -4th and 5lh Ave., aro demolished, if will take an estimated million to build lhat inilial commercial development. To the right of that, put in small stores and possibly a hotel or apartment tower for analher million. Near ihe top-centre, the MILLION COMPLEX PLANNED In a1 little over ihree years from now, the area within the broken line will bear no resemblance lo what it is today. Looking south over the properly currently being assembled by ihe cily piclure a Woodward's department store, auto ser- u vice cenire end food floor about cenlre-left in Ihe photo- provincial government plan, lo build a new admimsrra- Museum. It w.ll rcmrnn slandmg. As tor Ihe old Hrov.n- graph. Once all 1he buildings there, including Ihose on lion building, estimaled at million. Land at Ihe ex- cial Administration Building, at 9lh SI. ond 3rd Avo. N., treme right will still have cars on it but operable ones will replace the derelicts on a developed1 parking lot con- nected to the complex by a pedestrian overpass on 2nd St. The scheme does not envelope the Sir Alexander Gnll Museum, It will remain standing. As for the old Provin- there are no plans yet for ils future. The streets and lanes, williin the broken lines will be permanently closed. Land- scaped open spaces and malls will be a port of the co- ordinated development. The city's investmenl in land will be about but lhat will be recovered through eventual taxation- Snoiv until Sunday The slorm that moved Into the Lethbridge area early lliis morning is expected to dump three to four inches of snow on the ground belorc moving olf early Sunday morning. MOVING? OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES Sunday will be cloudy. The high today will reach 25 and the overnight low will be 20 degrees. Sunday's high will be between 25 and 30 degrees. The outlook for Monday, election day, calls for partly cloudy conditions. Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6641 NOW OPEN Government Licensed Technician Repairs to Radios, Televisions ond Recorders. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO Not 'true ivishes' of workers Contractors brand demands of carpenters as By RUDY HAUGENEDER Herald Staff Writer Alberta contractors won't en- Ler into serious negotiations with Iho Alberta Provincial Council ol Carpenters next month unless wage demands, reported to be lor Jll per hour by 1076, arc eased. C. J. Williams, senior labor relations officer for the Alber- ta Construction Relations Association, representing 355 construction contractors, term- ed t h e alleged wage demands as "ridiculous." The Alberta Provincial Coun- cil of Carpenters, bargaining agents for about carpen- ters belonging to seven locals of the United Brotherhood o[ Carpenters and Joiners of Am- erica, are expected to demand a near-doubling of wages in their next three-year contract. The current contract expires March 31, 1973. On the basis of information earned by Tho Herald, Mr, Williams said the contractors vill "send them (unions) home or homework and not treat us like children." Either the union produces 'reasonable" demands or se- rious negotiations won't get off the ground, he warned. Mr. Williams doubted wheth- er the reported demands repre- sent the "true wishes" of Alber- .a carpenters. May I Personally, Humbly and Sincerely Recommend that Lethbridge Constituents on Monday Elect a member on the Government Side, Therefore VOTE ANDY RUSSELL (LIBERAL) P.S. NEW LIBERAL HEADQUARTERS (MONDAY ONLY) "SCARLET ROOM" ERICKSEN'S FAMILY RESTAURANT PHONE 327-5744 THIS ADVERTISEMENT COURTESY OF "SVEN" ERICKSEN AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING Akon Refrigeration ltd. For the bur buy In year round Comfort Phone 327-5816 ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Btdg. 222 5lh SI. S. Phono 32B-4095 During a telephone interview from Edmonton, lie suggested the contract demands will bo used by the union as a tool lo get wliat they really want. If the union demands quoted by The Herald are accurate it "reflects the pattern in Alber- ta." Elaborating, he said when- ever conciliation sets in the Musical rehearsals Star here Sunday Maura K. Wedge will arrive in Lethbridge Sunday night to begin rehearsing with the bridge Musical Theatre cast of Man of La Mancha. She re- places Marian Marlowe, who isn't coming for health reasons. Miss Wedge has spent two- thirds of her professional life playing the role of Aldonra in [he Broadway and National companies oE the musical- Prior to Aldonza, she re- ceived much personal acclaim for her performance as Nancy in the English musical, both on Broadway and in a rec- ord-breaking National Tour. Miss Wedge was born in Bos- ton and attained a bachelor's degree in English literature be- fore meeting the late film ac- tress Ann Sheridan who encour- aged her in an acting career. Her first Broadway show was The Happiest Girl in the World, 'ollowed by roles in Phil Sil- vers' company of Do Re Mi, Once Upon a Mattress and Fiorello at New York City Cen- tre. Miss Wedge has made guest appearances on several televi- sion series, including The Bold Ones, The Ed Sullivan Show The FBI and The Merv Griffin Show. She studies voice with Mario Fiorella and acting wilh Bil Hickey of the Herbert Berghof Studio. CATERING Are you planning a ban- quet, wedding rnrpniinn or .1 iocial galfiering soon? Lef us prepare and serve a delicious m c o I lo your exact specificalions. THE LOTUS BANQUET ROOM for up fo 125 available at all times. Phona early for reservation si JUST CAll 327-0240 OR 327-297 LOTUS Across From Tho CPA Depot Tree rings topic The study of tree rings wil bo the topic of a public lee turc at the University of Leth- bridge at (I p.m. Friday. Dr. C. W. Ferguson, assod ale professor of dendrochTono! ogy at the University ol Ari zona, will deliver two other lee lures during his two-day visi to the U of L Thursday an Friday. The first two lecture arc aimed prim arily nt stu dents. officer tends fo iake an olfer half-way be- vuen the contractors and un- on demands. On Friday, a carpenters coun- il representative in Edmonton aid Alberta carpenters are not trying for parity wilh British Columbia. He also added that nere will be room, for com- Negotiations in B.C. during he summer lead to a two- monlli I o c k o u t-strike alter vliicli the carpenters settled for a SG.8S rate now, growing to ,7.09 per hour by July, 1974. The igure doesn't include fringe Hmcfits. Alberta's carpenters will, dur- ng their first round of negotia- ions, shoot for per hour next April and per hour by 197C. Both Mr. Williams and a rep- resentative for the Lethbridge onstrue tion Association de clined lo predict a construction .ockoul. However, the latler in terred it was a possibility un less union demands were re- laxed. Roy Berlando, business ag for the Uniled Brotherhood o Carpenters, Local 8-JG, declined today lo comment on the re- ported union wage demands. He said he had seen no docn ments which suggest a wagi demand of per hour. Mr. Berlando said the car pentcrs haven't seen or ralifie< any contract demand pape drafted by Ihe carpenters coun cil. group of University of sludents are trying o start a food co-op but they are running into problems, the main one being lhat certain vholcsalers wart lo charge hem more than the retail iricc. John Maclnnis, a third-year jolitical science major at the J of L, said it appears whole- salers dealing in canned goods ''don't want to deal wilh ILS." Mr. Maclnnis said, for exam- )lc, one wholesaler quoled a irice of 23 cenls per can (or mushroom soup in case lots. The same soup on a supcrmar- SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS IINED WATER HEATERS S110 INSTALLED Phono 328-2176 Co-op hits snags Seven hurt Seven persons were injured early Saturday, none seriously, in a two vehicle collision on Highway 3 East, six miles east ol Taller. Six persons taken to Lelh- bridge Municipal II o s p ilal were: Ronald Wormc, Barn- well; Linda Bird, Coaldale; Mctta Harding, Taber; Camp- bell Worme, Bamwell; Frank Hintz and Lance Dirk, Sas katchewan. Viol e t Worme Barmvell, was taken (o St Michael's General Hospital. Al' are in fair to fairly good condi tion. ket shelf sells [or 22 cents. "We may have to go to Cal- Jary for our canned laid Mr. Maclnnis. The group is also having rouble finding a place to store any leftover, non-perisbabls ;oods. The co-op has two purposes, Maclnnis said. "We Bra .rying to beat the cost of buy- .ng food, which is ridiculous, and we also think it would build a sense of community at ths university." There are 25 students In- volved in the co-op at the pres- ent time hut Mr. Maclnnis said no limit has been imposed on membersliip. PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6lh SI. S. and 1514A 9lh Ave.S. PHONE 357-4141 327-5151 327-7771 -2 hour service tailoring -Hat blocking -Suede and leather processing -Pcrlecl plenl drapery processing CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LABfl MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 3J7-2B22 Announcing A new service now avaifable at Hoyfsl FREE Self Service Tube Testing Guaronfeed TV or radio fubet also available nl LOW, LOW Pricei. We jnvlla yeu lo thll new service! Appliances 327-5767 APPLIANCE DEPT. 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Lelhbridga WHAT GIFT DO YOU GIVE THE PERSON WHO HAS EVERYTHNG A beautiful portrait in living color of course Because you know this is ihe most personal, intimata gifl anyone can give. Wo Are Your Problerrr1 Solvers Aik About Our Chrlilmoi Special! JUST PHONE 327-2673 OR 327-2565 MAKE NO MISTAKE! You know namB but Thi oddreit j'l 1124 3rd Ave. South Opposite the Elks Club ;