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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Plan Your Hawaiian Vacation Now. Rtprtient Jet Away CP Air FunSun Tcurt Plftasurama Touri ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 3J8-3J01 The lethbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION LethbrMge, Alberta, Thursday, September 7, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 74O 4th AVE. 3. PHONE 328-7121 "Da you a spara pair of for holiday South would reap mist., lasting benefits if bid successful Area gets wheels rolling for Canada winter games By JOE MA Herald Staff Writer The Lethbridge and Southern Alberta 1973 Caiada Winter Games Committee will meet in the third week of September to About athletes, 200 news media representatives and 000 spectators are expected to attend the two-week event, ac- cording to information received from Saskatoon, which hosted the 1971 Canada Winter Games. LIJC J-ori Triuici uaiiica. complete its bid to host the The hospitality and transporta- lucrative 1975 Canada Winter Games. The Sports Federation of Can- ada has already selected Al- berta as the province in which the games will be held. The Lcthbridge territory is against Medicine Hat, Deer and Grande Prairie as the sitg for the games. The SFC lias introduced a tion industries can expect a real boom. The Lcthbridge and Southern Alberta 1975 Canada Winter Games Committee will consist of 15 representatives four from the City of Liethbridge, and one each from the counties of Lethbridge, Warner, Forty- Mile and Vulcan, the municipal districts of T a b e r, Willow NEW DIRECTORS Highways Minister Clarence Copilhorne, second from the right, chats with new Leth- bridge Chamber of Commerce executives prior to the annuaf business meeting and installation ceremonies. From left, are: Cleve Hill, second vice-president; Jim Dun- stan, finance officer; Leo Singer, president; Ossie Slubbs, first vice-president and far right, Terry Bland, past presi- Hunt. C of C installs new executive, board Small business must keep abreast of the changing world of commerce and be prepared to capitalize on changing con- sumer tastes, the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce was told Wednesday by outgoing presi- dent Terry Bland. Families with adults aged 25 to 44 are the fastest growing consumer group in Canada, he said. By 1984 this group will have grown by CO per cent and become one-third of the popula- tion. Small businessmen must be prepared to meet the public's growing affluent tastes, he said. Perhaps, as Prime Minister Trudeau has suggested, growing numbers of people won't want to work at traditional jobs, said Mr. Bland. He predicted the four-day work week will become much more rapidly accepted than the five-day week which took 20 damage A Taber woman escaped sor lous injury Wednesday after the brakes on the three-quart er-ton truck she was driving locked causing the vehicle te emphasized: that of Western lospitality, and that of southern Alberta's experience in staging big games. "Since 1970, we have been staging Southern Alberta Sum- mer Games in Pineher Creek, Claresholm and Bow he said. "The City of Lelhbridge is planning lo host the 1973 South- ern Alberta Winter Games. Fort Macleod Southern will host the 1974 Alberta Summer Games on the centennial year of the HCMP. "We feel these games wil give us the necessary expert ence to host an event like thi 1975 Canada Winter Games." Under SFC regulations, a community bidding for tha games must host hockey, ski- ng, figure skating, speed skat- ing, basketball, volleyball, gymnastics, table tennis, wres- ling, weightlifting, swimming and fencing events. Luge, squash, handball, kar- ate, curling, badminton and iudo events are optional. Mr. Bartlett said the Leth- Dridge territory proposal will host most of Uie optional events, a least squash or handball, and curling, badminton and judo. "We are quite confident that our proposal will be favorably Mr. Bartlelt said. The 1975 Canada Whiter Games are too important for us, not only in the City of Lelhhridge but throughout southern Alberta." Mr. Bartlett said after all the expenses, all the publicity and all the grants to upgrade ite sports facilities, Saskatoon end- ed up with a profit for hosting the 1971 Canada Winer Games, not to mention the long-term tourism and other de- velopment benefits. Politics threaten IAA More important are the long- term tourism benefits, Mr. Bartlett said. Experience of other communities which have hosted the games shows the volume of tourism will at least double after such an event and will stay that way. Chiefs threaten withdrawal if Cardinal doesn't resign 250 students in residence at university The popularity of student res- idences at the University of Lethbridge appears to be on the upswing. More than 250 students will live in residence this semester compared with 180 last year. The residences can accommod- ate 330 students. Rents range from to per semester. There were 89 sluctenfs al- ready in residence before reg- istration day and the remain- der are expected to be moved in by the end of IVis week. The residences are located on the lirst four levels of the main academic residence building. Blood donations below par The Reel Cross blood donor clinic received 317 pints of blood in the two sessions held Wednesday. A total of 93 were donated in the afternoon, and only 219 in the regular evening clinic, the lowest since 1907. The to- tal for the two days is 568 pints towards an objective of 900 pints. Clinic secretary Eleanor Holroyd felt that the television broadcast of the Russia-Canada hockey game was the cause of the poor response in the eve- ning, and hoped for an im. provement today. The clinic continued this mor- ning and will conclude tonight with a session from 6 to 9 p.m, For Your Enjoyment OUR POPULAR DINE and DANCE Is Returning Again FRIDAY EVENINGS THIS WEEK FEATURING "THE SUNSET 4" WESTWINDS DINING ROOM 8.00 to p.m. NO COVER CHARGE Phone 328-7756 for Reservations IN THE OlD TRADITION Of WESTERN HOSPITALITY FOOD and PASTRY SHOP 1701 M.M. DRIVE PHONE 328-7751 2021 3rd AVE. S- PHONE 32S-8161 COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUttDING Only Harold Cardinal's Im- mediate resignation as presi- dent of Ihe Indian Association of Alberta can save the rift- riddled organization. Otherwise, Treaty No. 7 Blackfoot Indians will with- draw from Ihe organization and urge the federal government to withhold all IAA funds. Chiefs from five southern Al- berta Blackfoot bands Blood, Blackfoot, Peigan, Sarcee and Stony encompassing Treaty No. 7, Friday unanimously de- manded Cardinal's resignation at a special meeting on the Blood reserve. The IAA con- sists of three Alberta treaty areas two are Cree. Those demanding Cardinal's resignation over the "lack of confidence" issue were the Bloods, Peigan, Stony, Sacrcee, Blackfoot. Tlie motion was in- troduced by Chief_Maurice Mc- Dougall of Peigan and second- ed by Blood Chief Jim Shot Bolh Sides. TELEGRAMS Telegrams demanding Ihe resignation were sent Tuesday night to IAA headquarters in Edmonton and to the Indian af- fairs and secretary of state de partments in Ottawa. Tlie telegram said: "The reason "for this reques is the over-all non-confidence felt by the Treaty No. 7 chief, and tribal members due to the mishandling of funds which lee to the uncompromising attitude involving himself (Mr. Cardin al) and the minister of Indian affairs." A Treaty No. 7 spokesman TELEPHONE 328-7883 In Observance of the JEWISH NEW YEAR PROGRESS CLOTHING LTD. 112 114 5th STREET SOUTH WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th and will re-open for business Monday, September llth at a.m. SM! LEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODEIUNG Phone 328-2176 "90 per cent of all IAA unds are spent on thinking and it doing." The spokesman was forring to a two-week "think ank" Mr. Cardinal and other AA officials are holding in alifornia. OLD FUNDS In a display of unrelenting de- irmiiiation Treaty No. 7 Chiefs ay the organization is prepar- d to ask the government to ilhhold all IAA funds even if means "nobody getting any money at all." At the lime of Ihe federal- ardinal dispute over money buse charges last year, Mr. ardinal resigned. Mr. Cardinal's resignation at "lime of crisis" is another ore point with Treaty No. 7 hiefs. After six months of Interim eadership by Clarence McHugh f Blackfoot, the IAA re-elected fr. Cardinal as president by a arrow margin at a genera meeting in June. Mr. Cardinal eceived less than half the bal ots. Pending the outcome of the Treaty No. 7 demand, the IAA EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL 317 7lh STREET SOUTH THIS IS THE .VITAMIN SEASON ARE THE CHILDREN ACTIVE OR tlSUESS? 'sure to ask your Doctor's advice regarding a beneficial program for aclive youngsferl to 1-----' good health during buiy back-lo-lchool daytl NEED A PRESCRIPTION FILLED CALL 327-3555 "WHERE SALES ARfc BACKED BY SERVICE" McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. CHARGEX 614 3rd Ave. S. Phons 327-3555 may split into three splinter [roups which will act together o discuss Issues relevant to all ndians in Alberta, another Jlood spokesman said. At present the Metis AssocU- :ion of Alberta seems to be ab- sorbing the powers dripping Tom tha ruins of a dlsorgan- zed IAA. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Msihanlc BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. 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