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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SPKIAl FARM AND RANCHERS TOUR OF AUSTRALIA AND THE SOUTH PACIFIC 28 DC, for ACCOMMODATION, TOURS AND MEALS For information ond bookings contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 318-3S01 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, September 20, 1972 PAGES 17 TO 32 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL B1DG. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 Now Arriving: THE NfW EUROPEAN FALL EYE FASHIONS for 1973 Moonlighting is rapped by unions Moonlighters are "stealing our bread and charges the member Lelhbridge Building and Construction Trades Council. "It has become a serious menace in recent times is responsible for higher rates of the 12 union group said in a letter to labor groups not involved in con- struction. "Unemployment is our worst enemy in the construction said Roy Berlando, LBCTC executive secretary- treasurer in letters to Leth- bridge brewery workers, fire- fighters, city police and the city and Edmonton offices of the Alberta Teachers' Asso- ciation. "We have reports in our of- fice that members of your or- ganization are major offend- the letter continues. "The construction man has to make a living from construction that is available. "Your trade has full em- ployment the year round while our construction trade is sea- Balanced books for travel group nal. Every year we are faced 1th unemployment" usually cutely high during winter onths. The council urged the organi- ations to lake a stand against moonlighting and to "disci- ine" members who continue 3 work at other jobs. "Why should your members eal our bread and te letter states. In addition, the local build- ig and trades council also lans to advise all Alberta ouncils to adopt a firm stand sjainst moonlighting. Mr. Berlando said the prob- ;m of moonlighting is as bad and probably worse in Calgary and Edmonton. The actions were passed nanimously at a regular coun- il meeting in Lethbridge Tues- ay- SUNSET ON THE OlDMAN A reflected sunset brightens the color of "the Dirty Oldman" at one point along its route. What is commonly re- ferred to as the old swimmin' hole, complete with remnants of campfires on its edge, is transformed for a few moments of each day into beauty. It's 1oo cold for skinny-dipping now, but the beauty is still there. The idyllic spot is located neor Monarch. Groenen Photo L975 Canada Winter ocal coinmitte The Lethbridge and Southern Iberia 1975 Canada meeting set staging the Mr. Bart-ett ames Committee will hold 15 members of the rganizational meeting at will attend four Minister of the national press ricks en's Family City of Lethbridge, and to Lethbridge the following the prime min- ext from the counties of 26 is the only and possibly a few mem- The Lethbridge territory Warner, Forty-Mile visit of a national of his party. ompeting against the municipal leader at present, Trudeau will arrive at at, Hed Deer and Taber, Willow Creek, may come. Lethbridge airport from "rairie to host the and Pincher Creek, Lewis, national and leave later foe A special guest at the meet-ig will be Ed Scbestyen, vice-resident of the Saskatoon com-littee that successfully and Peigan Indian reserves, and Improvement District No. 5. The City of Lethbridge Party leader, is ntatively set to spend the orning and early afternoon of ct. 23 in Hat. Mr. Lewis is expected tg arrive in Lethbridge early the morning of Oct. 23 and take ie bid to stage the 1971 are Mr. Bartlett, and Aldermen Cam Barnes, Robert Stanfield, na-onal leader, or John in an open-line radio speak to a luncheon 2tf, the city's director of and Bill Kergan. A demonstration of the former prime minister, may come" for the and do some He will arrive from nunity services. "Mr. Sebestycn will describe ie Saskatoon committee's territory's proposed bid will be made at the dinner meeting starting at 7 p.m., No dates have been mentioned, and depart in the afternoon for Calgary. perience in bidding for Caouelte, national Anglo not affected leader, has no plans to isit Lethbridge, a party offi-lal says. Mr. Trudcau will arrive here he morning of Sept. 2fi vy lf two 10-speed bicycles owned by Bob Bartel, 848 St. S., and Terry Hadford, 1214 6th Ave. A. S. Both cycles were re- )orted missing from the yards of their owner's homes. The Bartel cycle was report- ed to be a white Peugeot 10- speed, serial number 1812307. A police official said the cycle lad never been licenced in tlie city, and thus would be much harder tc recover than a licenc- ed cycle would have been. The Hadford cycle was de- scribed as a blue Sekeni 10- speed, serial number Z 20019. City police Staff Sergeant Bill Bmmmitt urged owners ot missing cycles to check with the city police. "Since our last bicycle auction Sept. 5 we have recovered IS cycles and five of them are 10-speeds in almost new he said. It only costs for a licence which is good for as long as the registered owner keeps the cycle. The serial number and description of the cycle are re- corded with the Bicycle Guild of Canada and recovered cycles, if licenced may be traced by police and relumed to their owners. The task is much harder if the cycles aren't licenced, Sgt. Brummitt said. By GREG MclNTYRE Herald Staff Writer In 1973 for the first time in its history, the Travel and Con- vention Association of South- ern Alberta will go into a new year "reasonably confident" that there will be enough mon- ey to cover its programs, di- rectors were told Tuesday. Frank Smith, executive vice- presidemt of TCASA, said the proposed budget for 1973 is likely to be realized through income sources from the city of Lethbridge, from the Alberta government and from the sale of memberships. In 1971 the association re- ceived assurances from the for- mer Social Credit government of a grant but only re- ceived he said. In 1972 the association paid off a deficit partly the cost of an travel of- fice at brewery hill built in March 1971 a; id partly for tour- ist promotion programs. At the end of this year TCASA will have a balanced budget for the first time in years, said Mr. Smith. Proposed expenditures for 1973 include: basic operation brochures, maps, retirement of deb on office building, pro- motion of Highway 3, ai conditioning for office, and convention promotion, 000. Hospitality award The Jerry Potts hospitality award will be presented Oct. 11 to some southern Alberta in- dividual, organization or firm that has done a service to the tourist industry. The award will be presented by the Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alber- ta at TCASA's annual meeting. In past years the award has Info man appointed for Worth report The provincial government has appointed a resource per- son in Lethbridge to help inter- ested organizations with discus- sions on the Worth Commission Report on Educational Plan- ning. S. W. Hooper, of the depart- ment of education regional of- fice, will provide whatever ser- vice is required to aid groups in studying or discussing the re- port. Mr. Hooper can be contacted at the Lethbridge Community College, 32S-H57. one to Sick's Lethbridg Brewery and to Calgary Her aid columnist Ken Liddell. Jerry Potts was a half-breet juide who directed the Nort West Mounted Police inl southern Alberta in the 1870 and is considered by the trave association as the first touris guide. Nominees for this year1 ward include the Royal Cana dian Mounted Police, tlie o ;anizcr of Calgary's float in th Sose Bowl parade, the provin cial highways department, th Canadian Government Trave Bureau and Lethbridge restau rant owner Sven Ericksen. Bill Marshall of old-time favor- ites. Tlie Blue Bell Polka, These Are My Mountains and North- em Lights, combined with a medley of favorites, produced an ear pleasing routine with the accordion backed by pianist Anna Cowie. Soprano Ann Baird skipped her way through Charlie Is My Darlin', Piper of Dundee and Ain Folk with an ex- ceptionally clear and easy lis- tening voice. Her ability to swilcliing from intensely deep feeling tunes to ones of the light hearted vein was pleas- ant to say the least. Alex Morrison lived up to all his press credentials with one of the fullest and richest tenor voices to hit southern Alberta. The Tarten, Alton Water and Spldieis Dream highlighted a simply terrific performance. Magician John Shearer, with the aid of two persons from the audience, broke the string of ear pleasing tunes with tricks from the past and a few new ernes. His ability to relate himself to the audience perhaps even outweighed his magical ability. Tour Manager Jimmy War- ren said Scottish music is con- tinuing to hold sway through- out the world. This year's tour includes 36 stops, with Edition ton and Calgary winding up the Alberta section of the cross Canada swing. Mr. Warren said favorite Andy Stewart has been sched uled to headline the cast oi stars for the fall 1973 show. FRESH FOLIAGE PLANTS for FALL 75C 75c and up MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Phon. 327-1515 Yoga classes This tail's YWCA yoga class es have Txen rescheduled tc Thursday evenings from 8 to p.m. at the Bowman Arts Cen re. The first class in trie series this Thursday, with instructo Julie Kovacs. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. Ml 5lh St. S, Phone 328-4095 Education report to be discussed Students vim's on the Worth Commission Report on Educa- ional Planning will be discuss- 2d during the regular meeting the Southern Alberta Council m Public Affairs, Thursday at loon at Sven Ericksen's Family testaurant. Don MacKenzie, the 1972 Rhodes Scholar from Alberta and a law graduate of the Uni- versity of Alberta, and Jim lead, past-president of the stu- dents' association at Red Deer College, directed a widespread government sampling of student opinion on the report and they'll relate what they have learned rom their sampling. Their addresses will be fol- owed by a question period which should allow those at- tending to gain a valuable in- sight into how students view this report. HIGH TEST LIGHT BULBS GUARANTEED TO LAST 5 YEARS 25 40 60 100 150 and 200 watt ALSO TRJLITE BULBS Medium and mogul baie Call 327-5767 DOWNTOWN and College For the Teen New ATV Ties Available in dark brown with oranpc as shown, also In all over brown ond all- over navy, plot heels. See loo the new ATV'i Jean Snow Boots with painted crepe solei. I New For Fall Camm's is featuring this loveiy new dressy sling by "Empress" In Red or Black Kid un- der glass. __________ ___ AAA, AA and Set B widths. Sizes 5 to 10. "Condor" by Joyce fn Pecan, Red ond Black CnnkU potent wer looV. Open Wed, and until p.m. Another specially of ours Whife Dufy Shoes by Snisi Oomphiei From 11.95 also Savage Uniform CAMM'S 403 5th Street I SHOES J ;