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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jt trry A f. CROSS WHIM iVHY THURSDAY IS "KIDDIES" DAY PHONi 327-2473 The letkbridge Herald SECOND SECTION I.ettibrirlge, Alberta, Wednesday, April I, 1970 PAGES 1J TO 21 RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE MOUTKS FOt 71 ROTH Boy Rescued From Hole Exposed air shalts for a min- ing operation in an open field west of OK Devon Nursing Home in the ISln.St. and 1SOO btock were tie reason for con- cern Tuesday evening when city firemen were called lo free a seven-yemr-old boy trapped ii one of Ihe shalts.. City firemen towered a rope to Larry Goria, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gorda of 13U> S- N.; ud pulled him lo safety, The-boy was examined for in- juries by the ambulance crew and released in Ihe care of bis falter. iKpectcr' Max Coupland of the city police said there an totes in" the field. He said city crews are working on the problem now, filling the bates in sight' and probing for additional ones. The hole was about 14 feet deep and II inches in diameter Inspector Coupland said these holes may show up from time to time in various parts ot the city and it is ibe duty of all citizens to be on' the look-out for them. "If any person notices any unusual ..holes in the ground they shiouid- immediately con- ted tie'city polke, which in turn will contact public works for prompt action lo fill them wtth lie said. Outside Workers Talks Adjourned Two days of contract tnedi a- lion talks between Ibe city and its outside workers adjourned Tuesday. A meeting of the 115 full- casual outside represented by Local 70, Canadian Union of Public Employees, met Tues- day night to discuss talks. George Hunt, Local 70 presi- dent, said Wednesday, the time and 100 workers Military Change-Over Saturday A fuB day of parade, inspec- tions and demonstrations will officially' signify the start ol Lelbbridge's 20th Independent Battery, foUowing Ibe military cutbacks which terminated the Itth Field Artillery Regiment A mounted parade' through tfie city's downtown area will end up at eft? bin about 1 a_m. Major A. C. Anderson wfl iaaptci uud! Thil birch tree in the 800 block of Mayor Magrath in lethbridge .wai recently lifted by this unit from a Calgary tree firm. The unit'digs, a large-die meter circle of turf and soil around and under then lift! rhii tree wit h attached rool syserri out and Iransporli it to a lotolioh.1 Car Inspection Now f The "provincial government's ehicle safety inspectjon centre n'Lethbridge will be reassem- ted into. a- mobile unit and commence operation at. Card- April H tp-M. W. J. Walls, inspector for Ihe. safety division.of the.Alberta Planriied By Arts Couricil motor .vehicle branch in Cal- [ary, made Ibe announcement oday. Under the new program this nspeotion is entirely free- Safety stickers will be issued to all-: vehicles .which meet the safety-standards required. The Lethbridge centre closed its doors March 31 after the provincial government dropped mandatory car inspection Feb. The Allied Arts Council is ahead with plain (or'a eabvai of one-act plays, pro- XKO) to draw .in' amateur poupa from across southwest- era. AJberta: The festival will run, tentative- ly, Sept 21-26 at trie Yites Mem- orial Centre, and spon- sored and .co-ordinated- try the' artis ooupol. Up to 18 plays'can be accora; undated uv the week's run. general purpose. of; 8ie Festival is- to piovide church, ccxnnruBty and school groups, ioctuding' those, interested .in children's -with a chance to 'wrt -with 'the facil- ities1 of 'the Yalea .and'. to be adjudicated by a team of perieoeed judges'. It is abo hoped burgeoninf south' Alberta playwrights will submit' 'for produc- lion, and unaffiEated actors and productioo personnel will offer then- services for Ihe fes- is''compiling a resource file of names and per sons interested in either .mak ing a 'first-stab (or second) a theatre or in attempting a dif ferent job than that which they usually do in local drama pro- ductions. PHONE 321-9712 24 Hm 411 2nd Av. S. AllilTA COMPLETE SECURITY SERVICE KEYS oMVratoly auptkartd .KEYS. fitted ro' Wcks LOCKS. rwWM to drfftrcnl keys IOOCS nwUv IOCKI te4d, inKiilM ond repaired SAFES SERVICED SAFE COMBINATIONS CHANGED "A" lurftar Alarm UmierwriNn AppnVed COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL VEHKLt p.m. Int. p.m. -24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE- All Work CwaranrMd The file; also includes per- sons 'who have experience in certain drama areas but have not had the chance lo apply it a plays in their-area. Resource persons would be >laced, at their wishes, so to naprise entirely new produc ion staffs and debut cast mem bers. The council is expected 16 call a meeting in June for all per- sons' interested in the festival, including those who wish to sub- mit an original play or an adapt- ation." .-The plays would be read over jy prospective directors and would be introduced in a play- retiding 'circle in UK early fall. 'There is'a chance the Ya.tes will be 'available for rehearsals prior to Ihe six-day festival. 'Groups or individuals seeking further information are asked to contact the Allied Arts Coun- cil at the Bowman Arts Centre i> Lethbridge. 20. The mobile unit will be in Fort Macleod 27. until May. 8. The centre' in Medicine Hat will also go mobile and will commence operation in Taber April 14 and remain until May bridge dramatic productions, wiil be presented for the firsl lime Salurday al Ihe South- western Alberta High School Drima Festival The award will be given by the Allied Arts Council for best stage management al Ihe one- day festival. Mr. Jensen of Lelhbridge, 23, died March 23 in a motoi1- cyle-truck accident on Highway 3 near Tempest. He was winner of Ihe best slage management trophy at the recent Alberta Reg'ional Drama Festival. The trophy was presented for his work on the University of Lethbridge Dramatic Society's production of Moh'ere's The Miser. Mr. Jensen had looked affer props, helped with set conslnic- tion and acted as assistant stage manager and stage man- ager hi al least 10 productions during the pasl three years. included Pyjama Game, Ihe pantomime of -The Madwoman of Chaillot, Guys and Dolls, A Taste of Honey, School for Scan- dal and -a high school Son of Oliver. He had also handled .walk-on rote in about three plays, ap- union is not in any big hurry and is goicg to sit hack and see what happens. Last week Local TO voted over- whelmingly ur favor of taking strike action if a satisfactory settlement isn't reached' wilh Ihe cily through mediation. The city's 29 electrical work- ers have their strike vote Thursday afternoon.- Mr. Hunt said a' couple of minor items'were improved in Ihe mediation talks but thai polhlng had been changed sub slantialry. The city, while pre- senting several differenl for- mulas for wages, has not offer- ed any increases from, the con- ciliator's award, lie said. "In fact, one formula woukl have I given us less." It would appear the cily is slicking to the concilialor's j award which was rejected bj Ihe union prior In the slrib vote. Mr. Hunt said (he mediator indicated there is still a chance of coming up with something "We hope don't have lo on he said. The concilialor awarded the union what amounts to a wage! T> increase of per cent a year for each of the two years in the contract. Missing Youth Found CMC MANAGER ken ippoiiLH I lit KW Ciuda Maipawcr Ceil re nuiger >1 Ltlb- bridjt, juceeedut; Al Siubbs bis KeepM i with Ibc Federal departnril regional- ripaiSMi li Ktgina. Mr. Besplut; it of Mca'kiK Hal, whtre be started with Mai- power ii He movrd U Moose Jaw. Saskatchewan ii 1JS2 as branch supervisor and became man- ager al Ibe centre at Portage La Prairie ii 1M7. A Lelhbridge youth, Fred- erick Daniel .McMillan, 13, missing from his home Monday, was found this morn- inj in Winnipeg. Cily police in Lelhfridge said boy is in good health and will be returned to Lethbridge. An indication (he youth had gone east was given when his bicycle was located in lie is the son of. Mrs. Mar- garet'McMillan ot 2M St. S. C of C Head Visits Here Thursday J. chairman and president of Canada Trust Huron and Erie and president the Canadian Chamber of ommerce will be the featured at a special7 dinner leeling at Ericksen's Family estauranl Thursday. Wilf Bowns, general.manager the Lethbridge chamber saic ruesday the dinner will be open o the public "Tickets will be available a Meeting Topic Is Hearing A meeting of the southern Al- berta chapter Council for Ex- ceptional Children No. MS will be held Wednesday at ia the Lelhbridge Public School Board office, 433 15th SI. S. Guest speaker will .be ;Wil- liam Lingard, speech therapist with Lelhbridge Health Unit. His topic will be Students With Speech and Hearing Problems. Tourist Hut Opens May 31 Starting May 31, Ihe lomisl tiul near Henderson Lake will be in operation for. the sum- ner. The hut will be open. seven days a week from 10 a.m. until S p.m. .11 will 'be operaled by two ot the three university giris hired recently by the .Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta. The o I h e r girl will wotk in the Brewery Garden hut. The. Brewery ..Garden hut it present is open five days week, Monday through Friday, (rom a.m. until 5 p.m. and operated by Frank Smith, man- ager of TCASA, and Kitty Dun- lop, secretary. Starting May 31 it will also lie open seven days a from 10 i.m. until 6 p.m. pearing as a gendarme in Mad woman and a snoozing Mexican in Guys and Dolls. The Weste Jensen award wil be presented, with live others at the termination ol the high school festival. plays, from Leth bridge Coaldale and Taber are enter ed. The to be !ad judicalcd by provincial dram supervisor Jack McCreath, runs in Ihe afternoon and evenini Saturday at the Vales Me mortal Centre. Society. Meeting A meeting of the Lethbridge Natural History Society will be held Friday >t I p.m. in the (acuity lounge of the. Univer- sity of Lethbridge. There will be a report on the organization of the Federation of Alberta Naturalists. MARQUIS BAKERY MOTH MM. PHONi J57-444I Special Frkei in Efferf Thursday, Friday Saturday, April 9, 10, 11th! Maple Walmrt Mn...........'..... ...h 47c frnh Jhippaif cream for 43c Fbw Scones PRESIDENT Join Milnvera mnllj elected (resiikit'af UK Ro- tary aoh tt Eirf LeUtbridge Tor Ike lerm. presi dent is Calvin BrlBdky. TH rectors will be Dr. Mi Hi roajki, Dr. Jerry Niwa, Hec iKd Deal, TV new rffictrs sdrt Uieir Icrnt Jvly I. he clumber office at price f per he said These tickets should be pick ed up hy Wednesday evening to nsure a place." The dinner meeling will slar al 6 p.m. with-a social hour Mr. Taylor's association witr ihambef work exlends pve several years, and he is. a pas nresident of Ihc Junior Cham ber of Commerce of Canad and the London rhairiber. Ac live in other association anc community work, he is a forme president of the London Y.MC arid Ihe Canadian Cancer So ciety, London unit. Jlr. Taylor, is the 40ih pres dent of the Canadian chambei Vimy Night Thursday- In commemoration of ti battle of Vimy Ridge, about First World War veterans wi gather for the annual .Vimy Re- union dimer Thursday al 6: p.m. in the Legion Memori Hall. The annual event is spa sored. by the Gen. Sleiva Branch, Royal Canadian Li gion, Lethbridge. Are Protested The Voice of Women in Al- irla has made a statement otesting.the current U.S. B-52 bomber flighls over' Canadian nitory. A letter over the signature of rs. Joj'ce White, provincial Bsiderrl at Voice of Women lid: "Voice of Women; along wilh olher citizens of Weslern abada, deplores Ihe fact that Canadian government is jernutting. continuous multiple, w level nights -of United Stales Bo2 bombers for an ex- eaded period cnper Canadian >rritory in Ihe' area from Brooks inv Alberta lo North "The ever increasing' en- croachments .upon. Canadian sovereignty and. the use crl Ca- nadian facilities in tacit sup- lorl of American involvement n Vietnam, musl be strenuously resisted if Canada is lo retam any degree of independence." Credit Union Federation Will Meet The Credit Union Federation of Alberta will hold its tliird annual meeling April S and "10 at the Palliser Hotel Calgary. Delegates from the Leth- iridge area include Edward Slegen of Lethbridge, who is on he advisory commiilee of the 'ederalion, and Ross Gibb, Taber, vho is a director. Both are affiliated wilh tin Leth- Bridge chapter. .The Credit Union Federation of Alberta is a federation of credit unions and co-operatives comprised of over mem- bers from all walks of life. 11 is affiliated throughout the world through Curia Interna- tional which serves the credit union movement throughout Ihe world. CUFF BIACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. HACK DENTAL LAB 'MEDICAL Open Soturdayi by Appointment PHONE 327-2122 Reynolds ALUMINUM LADDERS 10.95 12.95 35% PAINT CENTRE 311 7th Street South 321-45V5 You ain'd your family arc Ab- stainers' Insuranct Com- pany can probably offer you 'dwelling Insurance? at lower, rates than you are now paying. How: are we able to do ihis? Abstainers' believe .thai, non-drinkers are gen- erally mare responsible and leu likely, lo have firei through carelessness the main cause oF fires. Therefore, we con in-' sure non-drlnken at a preferred rate. Thil you save money with no reduction in In- surance protection. 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