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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A. E. CROSS "The Best Man For Your 327-2673 The letkbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lcllibiidge, Alberta, Friday, April 10, 1970 PAGES 11 TO 22 RESTAURANT AMD PANCAKE HOUSE IANQUET FACILITIES FOR 75 PEOPLE Don't 'Understand Or The System Says Chamber Head Youth Skeptical About Business By MARGAMET LL'CKHUKST Herald SUlf Writer "Surveys among Canadian university and high school stu- dents show a-significant per- centage of young people neither understacd nor like the busi- ness J. Allyn Taylor, president Canadian Chamber of Commerce a dinner meet- ing of Ihe Lethbridge chamber last night. "Too nany of them say they will not willingly seek careers in the business world, and their altitudes, towards business arc generally negative as potential consumers ar.d investors." Mr. Taylor said this should be a matter of deepest concern to everyone. "Whether we 1 i k e it or not, the men and women who will run our industries ar.d commer- cial enterprises a few years from now will have lo come from the rank ol today's youth. Whether we like it or not, Ihess young people who hold busi- ness in such low esteem will have no recourse hut to earn thsir livelihood and build their careers in the factories, shops and offices of Canada." Mr. Taylor said this genera- tion is the best-educated, and smartest of young people in all history. "They should Mr. Taylor said, "we spend enough money on them. To their credit, they think. We shouldn't under- rate them." Mr. Taylor said many of the misconceptions young people have about business have come sreond-hard from sources trial are prejudiced and ill-informed. "What busicess must do is clear. It must provide young people with an opportunity to assess its strengths and weak- nesses for themselves so they can form their own opinions." To this end, he pointed out, the Chamber of Commerce pro- ject Operation Placement can have a significant influence. "In placing students in jobs where they have direct contact with heads of companies and other employees, they come in direct contact with the facts about employment and indus- try." Mr. Taylor indicated about 500.000 summer jobs will be needed this year. "Firms large and small are being urged to co-operate by finding produc- tive work for up to five per cent of their particular work force. Operation Placement has met with tremendously enthusiastic response and we hope that it will be a help in bringing stu- dents to a better understanding of business." Lethbridge Cited For Participation Collieries Cleared In Debris Case "Lelhbridge is one of I lie few communities in Canada to be- come actively involved in our project Operation J. Allyn .Taylor, president of The Canadian Chamber of Commerce, said in Lethbridge Thursday. "Through this Mr. Taylor said, "we try to en- courage local chambers to work in conjunction with man power and industry in each area, in an attempt' to find suitable jobs for' post-secondary school students." This type of activity, Mr. Taylor indicated, was an ex- ample of the wide range of concern the chamber of com- nerce has in all economic areas. "AH chambers of commerce have two basic Mr Taylor explained. "First, we are the voice of business, large and small. While we do not in PRESENTATION TO CHAMBH PRESIDE NT J. Allyn Taylor, left, an his visrl lo Lethbridge Thursday was presented with a painting by Jock Lakle, president of the local chamber. scene depicts a view of the Nikka Yuko Centennial Garden in Leth- Officials Issue Warning To Remain Clear Of Site ;nd to set ourselves up as op- osition, feel we must ex- ress ourselves on national is- ues, hut in a positive way. "Our second function "is lo emind business of its respon- ibility to the environment in vliich it exists. We try lo en- onrage business also to use Is expertise for the benefit of to country as a whole. "There are two major prob cms of importance to every Canadian a'l this time. The irst is inflation, and the second he White Paper on taxation. As. far corned, as inflation is business gave the t'oung 'Commission on Prices and Incomes wholehearted sup mil on iti> recommendation for controls. "However, there must be some definite measures of vol untary support for controls on he part ol 'the individual jrevenl further escalation ;he cost of living." DR. HERBERT MELT7.ER d m o n t o n specialist in chest diseases and chest sur- gery, Dr. iMeltzc r in co-opera- tion with the Canadian Cany the lands and forests depart- ment of the Alberta government. Dijlrict Court Judge Clarence Yancsik dismissed the case on he grounds the crown failed to jroduce sufficient evidence to substantiate the charge of lia- on the parl of Ihe col- lieries. The charges suggested Ihe col- lieries had placed Ihe debris where it was likely to be ear- lied into the creek. The mining company was taken to court originally uy (he lands and forests depart- ment under the Fisheries Acl, in September, 1969. The case was dismissed then on Ihe grounds there was no proved inletl by the company to allow the debris to fall into Ihe creek. About July, 19G9, a land slide into Ihe creek occurcd, follow- ing the c o in p a n y placing stamps and slash (unsaleable U'ct btantucs) til En menl near Ihe creek. Judge Yanosik noted thai be- tween June 19 and Aug. H, 1969, the season was veiy wet and this could have attributed to the land slide. Gordon M. Smart, branch head of forest land use for the department of lands and forest of the Alberta government and witness for the prosecution, said when he viewed the land prior lo the slide he felt there was a potential hazard of Ihe debris falling inlo the water. Gordon K. Haugcn. regional fisheries biologist fcr the Alberta government and also wilness said he company for the prosecution, warned the mining thst if they cleared the land, erosion wou Id' occu r. Commission Pleased With LCC Sujmestious University of Lelhbridge and P o o 1 e Construction officials have asked that Lethbridge resi- dents visiting the West Lelh: bridge site of the new univer- sity campus refrain from walk- WESTMINSTER DRUGS Wethninrter Shopping Centre 13th St. N. Phone 3SS-7833 New Phone Number ond Pre only 3J7-4969. for FOR FREE DELIVERY Prescription Stfvlce Exlutive North lethkridft Revlon Dealer HOURS: a.m. to p.m. Monday thru Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. doted Sunday and Holidays ing or driving around on the conduction project for aboul the next two months. "The stale oT construction right now is just a death trap, and there isn't much we can do about it over such a large explains Dennis Wilson, project manager for Poole, who are project managers for Ihe university- "I know it's fun driving in Ihe coulees and wandering around on fool looking at things 1 do it myself. Bui right now I.have lo be careful out [here Mr. Wilson said. There are a number of 10 and 20-foot deep sewage and drainage ditches snaking through the site and several CUFF BUCK, R.D.T., C.D.MJ BLACK DENTAL MEDIC At DENTAl I IDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-7822 rour foot diameter. 60 feet deep piling holes and due to wind and several oilier factors, :hey are not barricaded. University policy says llial everyone is welcome to 'visit the site and see whal is hap- pening, but officials say they'd iike lo be propsr hosls when people do visit, providing a safe opportunity. In a few weeks, Poole plans lo build a large temporary parking lot on a high knoll at the north end of the project site so people will be able to look the construction over and watch proceedings. Mr. Wilson said lhal 20 or 30 hard hats will also be avail- able in the site office to lend lo people when they walk around on foot Ihe area is now desig- nated a hard hat area and not wearing a hal can easily resull in serious accident. Construction officials will lie available when the parking lot is completed for tours and in- Youths Elect Trial By Judge Only 'Two Lethbridge youths joinl ly facing two charges of tral ficking in LSD today eleclec trial by judge without a jur and waived preliminary hear ing when they appeared in mag istrate's court. Lawrence John Rasmusscn, 16, and Edward Paul Kurjanc- zyk, 17, both of Lelhbridge were committed lo stand trial before a district judge on a dale to be chosen by a district judge. Bail was again set at cash for each youth. Rasmussen and Kurjancryk were arrested March 12 in Lethbridge along with William Kimber, 17, of Lelhbridge. Kim- ber's trial March 23 resulted in a one-year jail term. Rasmussen and Kurjanczyk were charged with selling LDS on Jan. 20 and 22. RCMP under- cover agents are reported to have made the purchases. formation, either during Ihe week. weekends or FAMILY RESTAURANT 1715 Mayor Magrtrth Drive, LETHMIDGE SATURDAY A DELIGHTFUL EXPERIENCE IN GOURMET DINING WITH DINNER DANCING TO THE MUSK Of THE JACK PATEY TRrO COMMENCING P.M. NO COVER CHARGE! SUNDAY THE FAMILY WILL ENJOY OUR FINE FOOD. SERVICE ATMOSPHERE "Special Children's Menu" SUNDAY BRUNCH SERVfD 10 A.M. TO 7 P.M. Phone 328-7756 Imriiesl Set la Dcalh Of Prisoner Provincial coroner Dr. M M. Cantor of Edmonton has ordered an inquest info the March 13 death of Colleen Bad Eagle, 22, of Rrockell, Uth- bridge RCMP announced late Ihis morning. Miss Bad Eagle was found dead in RCMP police cells in Pincher Creek on Ihe moming of March 23. She had been arreslcri and placed in custody the previous evening on a charge at causing a disturbance. Dr. Cantor will preside al the inchest to be held May 5 at Pincher Creek. The Alberla colleges commis- sion was "generally very pleased" with made by I.eihbridge Camncun- ity Coljege officials Thursday regarding the future course of college financing. Dr. Henry Kolesar. commission chairman, [old The Herald Icday. had a most meet- ing-that set cut in clsar terms the ideas of the Lsthbridge col- lege board and ths ideas c' Ihe Dr. Kolesar said. Included in Ihe LCC d'elcga- U'hat would happen if labor j lion to Edmonton vere college to rebuff the hold Ihe president Dr. C. D. Stewart an" line policy, "Mr. Taylor "was 02rd chairman' Jerome Rob asked. "Ottawa will probably slep in and assert he an- swered. "All segments of the economy have to co-operale if inflation is to be curbed. How- have .every right to expect the federal government to set an example in this re- gard, and it must be said thai some progress in holding the line on costs has been effec- tive." Mr. Taylor .said provincia governments should follow Ot awa's lead. On the While Paper on taxa ion, the Chamber of Com nercc had considerable reser rations, Jlr. Taylor indicated. "We are in the process of ubmitling a brief to Parlia ment. We aie quite opposed I he whole philosophy behini he paper which places an em phasis on spending rather lha: saving." Questioned on the prospect ol western separatism, Mr. Taj .or was a good deal less tha enthusiastic. "I was born an raised in the he sai 'damage was caused lo he second car, a loaded pro- pane tanker, when the two cars iverlurned en a curve. The fire n the caboose is believed to 3ave' started from Ihe caboose slove overturning in the derail- ment. A full investigation is pres- ently under way by CP offi- cials. No one was injured in the de- railment. Inquest Set Inquest inlo Ihe March 2 death of 9-year-old Cindy.San- saver of Lethbridge has been sel for May 4 in Ite provincial court house. The girl died following En ac- cidenl while swimming during a swim class at the Civic Sports Cenlre pool in Lethbndge. Chief coroner Dr. M. 51. Can- tor will be presiding st the in- quest. Live Exercise The newly formed 20th In- dependent Battery, lo be offi- cially recognized Salurday, will the first live fire exercise on May 23 and 24 at Ihe Suf- 'ield Experimental Range. All members of Ihs battery will participate in Ihe various capacities held prior to Ihe change in slalus of Ihe ballery. SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION UFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES Atl AT INUTE UFFLER INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 509 6th Avenue South PHARMACY FAC1S From O. C. STUMS The ever-present possibility of having an automobile accident is something all we drivers have lo lake into consideration. And, has it ever occurred lo you lhat t h e medicine you're taking might be slowing your re- flexes to Ihe point where you (yes, YOU) could be a definite hazard lo your- self, as well as other drivers on (he Thai you could be an accident on way lo actuality? As a mailer of fad, many commonly-used drugs can make driving a dangerous situation for you lo be in. Sed- atives and 'cold tablets' can dull your co-ordinalion and re- flexes. Tranquilizing drugs can make lhal necessarily inslanl decision seem lo lose its crucial importance to you. Stimulants can make you dangerously ner- vous. Please, for everyone's sake, always check the possible effect any drugs you're taking can have on your driving abil- ity. Why be like Ihe man who jump- ed on his horse and rode off in all directions? Jusl remember that SUibbs Pharmacy is al- ways your best place to "Say Hello to a Good al I Io06 9th Avc. S., of course. SEE THE NEW European. Influence Campus Sltoc Styles Spring and Snnune "FRANCA SAVAGE Hl-10'i The very" newest in Anlfque bronze, and An- tTque Gofd.- NEW SHINDIG LOAFERS Wilh Jhc heavy hordvsare look in MAGIKINS Are "In" (or Pont Suifs. In grey and red also Anlique gold. HEALTH ClOGS A complete size range whife end novy, CHILDREN'S SHOES A proper fit olwoys oiiur- cd such well known brandi at Savage, Closs- moiCi, and Hush- puppies. Grrli' loofet-s, Roys' Oxfcrdj, Slip-ons, desert boori, JuSl arrived a new Oomphie Whirs Duly Shoe with heel. Open Fit. IJl 9 p.m. CAMM'S 5rh STREET S. SHOESl ;