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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THf IfTMUOW KBA4D Iwaity, 14, Park Information Given By Phone "uui VfflUm J. BriCfh, Glacier National Part, aannmrnd recently that recorded telephone message nubble to tourists plan- a hip the park in m t' the park The telephone number for the mr serriee OS-UK. T. L. Ross, sufwinttOdCTt erf Waterta National Park, said tack service is avail- able for WrfcrtoB, but'weatber ud road condiHoa, visitor ser- vices and saw oncoming events planed lor (he park win be made available to the public through press'releases. r viator service h Gla- (Btl MoraaU Thei ier pr local weather, park road eeadi- tioas, campgnuDOE, visitor Mr- vices aid other item ef est to park visitors. At toft KAMft IfflrtttBCiS MM miter iaotain, the Wtial daily report win be updated aev- eral times each day to assure that current information is avail- able. At (bat time, the report nU include a fuU raage of subjects wen as Mart occupancy, weather rnartitina aid trail closures because al bear danger, visitor and other informatm. County Has Recreation Unit. Robert dark. Alberta minis- ter of youth and education, win speak' at a special banquet to be heW at 7 p.m. Friday at Sven Ericksen's Family Res- taurant marking the inaugura- tion of toe Letnbridge County Regional Recreation Unit. The purpose of the LCKRU is to unite an the A.K. Putland Honored HAMILTON MUStCAl AT YATB On W ith the Show, p'srudent musical comedy by Hamilton Junior High School, opened a two-night run Monday to a more-than capacity audience at the 500-xat Yatet Memorial Centra. Directed by drama teacher Syd Salter, the show Is the first annual musical by the school to be presented at the Yates. About 12 students in the pit orchestra, directed by Hubert Hall, and about 60 in the onstage cost. Ths play lakes place In a drevs where three eonmen have taken refugs anjy to have as Indicated In the pkhira, catch up with them. Curtain time tonight is Tickeis. available at the door. An houutaiy certificate of life membership was presented re- cently to A. K. Putland of Letn- bridge by the Alberta Register- ed Mask Teachers Association. Mr. Putland, currently, or ganst-emeritas at Soutfaminster Church, is i past president o the association, is convenor of Canada Musk Week in Alberta and has served on the connd of the.Federation of Musi Teachers' Association. Mr. Rutland, oi-gamst-cboir master at Sootbninster for 2 years, is a lumber of the Uni versity of Lethbridge music de- excluding Lettbridge, and the rural areas in ,ol bridge in providing an ef- ective joint recreation service The municipalitMS areas will co-operate jointly in njHating and maiDbEBung rec nation programs, hiring staff knd developing recreation fa- cilities. Each municinaBty bas com- mitted itself to provide one mil of its taxes hi support of the LCRRU and government gr are also expected. Other counties, including the County of Warner, have simi- lar regional recreation units Delegates no aOD uMRMf S Tom Atkinson and Ron Vim; and commission chairman Pa Webb wfll attend the spring of the Afiwrta Rec nation and Parks Association to be held April to Hay in Medicine Hat DAffOML DAYS-Mri. Peter Lewko, left, Worthy Matron laurel Chapter number 43 OroW of the Eastern and Mrs. Keith Ferguson, right. Worthy Matron Maple Ucrf Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, present Mayor Andy Anderson with a bouquet of daffodils, as a reminder to the publk of the annual daffodil drive in Lethbrklge. In eon- junction with the cancer society, members of the Order or Eastern'Star will sponsor the daffodil drive beginning Wednesday when dozen daffodils ore flown in for sab. flowers will be sold in all retail and other centres until the end of the week. All prefrti go to the cancer fund. SATO Plans Convention April 25 The Southern Alberta Teen Organization win hoid a special convention April 25 beginning at 10 a.m. at be Civic Sports Centre. The convention being held to ofier information and help to anyone interested in establish- ing a teen orgaoiiatiOD in their Abo anyone who wishes to nke his opinion concerning SATO-oocn as'what is. bang done wrong and. what SATO should be doing, win be given tiH opportonrty'to speak. SATO' is also interested in hearing! ideas on'the needs d youth in suiitLei'4 Alberta and it SATO do to meet these needs. Information on-bow to orga- nize i teen organization, bow to book teenage entertainment for dances and concerts and bow to go about providing activities and projects for teens will be available at the convention. TCASA Members The Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alber- ta is expecting about a 30 per cent growth to membership tins year, according to TCASA offi- cials. Included: in the day long convention will be a luncheon, entertainment by Lethbridge'f. A Tear and A Smile and a special dance, featuring the Privilege from'Edmonton. AQ interested youth are in- vited to attend the convention, registratkn for which win cost per person. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 124 5Hi SI. S. Hi SU-7M4 CopiMl Firaihm EDDY DtHWCH. AARN Seeks Meeting To Form Nurses Council The ASjeria Association of RegJEtered Nurses is going to approach the other Alberta nursing associationi to meet on co r ordioated council basia, Sister Anne Marie Cum- mings, Letfabridge Community CoUege School of Nursing, said be Calgary branch of the AARN drew up a resolution April 7 stating, "We support the ordnbtiDg deveiopmeatp by ain composed of tatives of toe AARN, to tne aU facets of nursing prac- ti06 MM mpitf racofUDMOusV tians to appropriate aoUuritiea. "We do not support the con- cept of a legislated co-orimat- tag couDcU." A bill to incorporate a mn- bg council, comprismg renre- acntatives from the uuaA who pei ha in functions in hospitals WM introduced at tne last session of the legislature. It received op- position from groups of regie- tend and was allowed to die on the order paper. Lnt faTL after meeting with the AARN, Health Minister James Henderson decided- to an (mended bill, which was tupportal by the association. Since that time, mdmdual nones have been making rep- Snow Field Work Temperatures dmuped to 20 ftagrees bekm aeasona! nor- mals across axKhern Atttrta end Saskatchewan Monday flight, as a spring snow storm dropped tut) to four inches of resentations to the posing the concept of a council. Bill n which was to have been iuUoduml to the legislature last Friday would have raised the repre- sentation 'of registered nurses to five on a 17 member council from four on a IS member council and.aUow the council to hccon BQTMB who (hdn't meet the AARN onaBBcations tor prateasMnai ftatus. Two representatives each from the Alberta Hospital As- sociation, Alberta Medical'' As- sociation, Psychiatric Nursa Association, Associa- tion, Certified Nurses Aid As- Mental Deficiency and AARN bilL Subsequently it-was allow ed to die on the order paper Sister Gumming! from the LOG School of Nursing and Mn. Madeline Dubamei, direc- tor at nursing at the Red Deer General Hospital and vice president of the AARN, repre- sented the g.OOC-manber AARN at the meeting iu Edmonton The AARN winnow approad the other IAMMA associations t set up a co ordinating coorici composed of representatives o each group. in most areas, bringing farm work to a halt, posing a potential danger to the spring calf crop. Uttbrxige received four bxhea of snow over the past tm days, but ckyfcme temper- in the low forties have kept snow from accumulating highways and secondary met with the health minister last opposed the A Pacific air mass win move fc-totheforecast district by late Wednesday, with H a retorn to more seasonal temp- The high and low in Letb- bridge Monday were 41 4e- 25 Jegrces respec- The high forecast for Tuesday was 40 and the over- Start Annual Meet Wednesday 'The public is Invited to attend the annual meeting of the Letn- bridge Head Start demonstra- tion project, Wednesday, at St. Patrick's School auditorium at I p.m. Head Start Is designed to give five-year olds from disadvant- A. Y. Jackson Exhibition At V of I Dr. Naomi. Jackson Groves niece of Group of Seven 'arts A. Y. Jackson, will attend a're- ception Tuesday tonight at the opening of'a one week exhib tion of Jackson's sketchboo drawings. v The reception win start it p.m. at the University of Lettibridge art gallery in OU Fort Dr. Groves, of Ottawa, is the author of A. Y.'s Canada, a book on her uncle's drawings. She is also an art collector and is recognized international- ly an authority on 20tt-ceo- tury German Dr. Groves was awarded i doctor of philosophy degree from RadcKffe College for grad- uate work in German philology. sight low, K. Overnight low temperatures Monday night" and snowfall measurements for the last 24 hours at other Alberta centres are as follows: Edmonton, 23 degrees; Calgary, 20, tow Inches of snow; Pincher Creek, three inches; Medicine Hat, 9, two inches. POWER SOURCE Before the end of the century, expect to harness the power of Ihc hydrogen bomb In thermonuclear power plants. _ the opportunity to catch op with their age matei in terms'with general ex- perences, self-concept and self- assurance, so that they can start Grade 1 on an equal foot- Ing. The agenda includes an ad- dress from project chairman Bob Gall; report from the project's teacher, Mrs. Tom Mc- Gecr, and aide Mrs. F. R. Rus- sel; a budget report from W. L. Kergan; curriculum report from Mrs. JiU Kolkas; a re- search report from Dr. Dorothy Umpard; and election of offi- cers of the coming year. The Head Start project costs about a year, shared by the city and provincial govern- ments. The 32 children Involved attend class five half-days mr week at St. Patrick's School a room supplied by the Sep- arate School district. Tenders Analyzed Consulting engineers feel they rr.ay have recommendations for city council by Monday on awarding tenders for major pieces of equipment required for secondary sewage beat- mcnt facilities. Eight tenders opened In city hall Monday are to be analyzed by the consultants this week in conjunction with other tenders opened earlier. If recommenda- tions cannol bo ready by Mon- day they will be soon The facilities, costing more than 13 million, are to be In operation by June 1, cers for tho actual constnictkn. are expected lo be called with- to two or three moothj. One .man struck a match to see if the gasoline tank in his car was empty, h wasn't! One man patted a strange bulldog on the head to see if it wai affectionate. It wasn't! One up to see if he could beat the train to thi crossing. He couldn't! One man touched an electric wire to see if.it was charged. It was! One man cut out his advertising to see if he could save money. He r.ouWn't! Good Advertising Doesn't Cost... It Pays! For Display pud fastid 32-M4U The Uthbridge Herald ;