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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE iriHSRIOOF. IIERAID April 1972--------- Kiibmec is KlYs Flnrt'Hco KuJmioe of the.1 Lctti- hrulgu I'omtmmity is elected of the south' crn Alberta district of the Al- lierla Association of Nm srs ;ii its infant inlionii] jnuiMiiit; TKCMtoy ,il the Gait of Nursing. OlIiL'r excaitivTs elected were Olive of the l.ethlniituo Hospital, dent; BertlKi Cvetko of the secreliiry; Dorothy Orr of the Brooks Ho.spitil ;snd I'arol finkiicy of ihe SL Vincents Hospital in Piiicher Creek, pul.ilie relations officer. Misj> Kubinec and Stiirlev Anno Hume of the Medicine Hat General Hospital were elected southern district mem- bers oF (ho provincial council in Edmonton. Vfilerie Zwicker of the Medi- cine Hnt General Hospital, is chairman of the staff must- eommiUce; Dorcen Miller of the Little How Municipal Hos- pital in Carmntigay, nursing practice committee chairman Linda Long of the Medicine Hat College, nursing education chairman; and Inez Kelly of the St. Michael's General "Hos- pital, supervisory nurses chair- man. Mrs. Kelly was the imme- diate past president. Continuing education for res- istered nurses discussed at the meeting. It was proposed that the association should co- ordinnte. institutions that provide continuing education for nurses, and the Leth- bridge Community College should co-ordinate with the Uni- versity of Alberta school of nursing in designing education' al programs for nurses. The southern district, which has 820 members, will send 12 representatives to attend the Canadian Nurses' Association convention in Edmonton June 35 to 29, Nurses needed The shortage of nursing per- sonnel in Alberta is increasing. According to the Alberta As- sociation of Registered Nurses, there were 131 nursing vacan- cies as of mid-January 1972, compared with 52 vacancies In mid-January 1971. FOR ANGLERS One of ilia healthiest stocking! of rainbow troul was planted in two batches in Hender- son Lake in the city this week. In the left pholo fishe- ries technician Frank Sinclair of (he government hatchery at Calgary lakes a sample of waler. [n the right photo lelhbridge wildlife officer Charles Dougherty and Mr. Sin- clair oversee the planting of several thousand yearling rainbows out of the Calgary hatchery truck. It's expected the rainbows will be "pan-sized" by mid-summer. Officers throughout the south have been busy during the past two weeks stacking rainbows in the various water impound- ments. -Phil Faulds Photos Four fellowships awarded between and each. They go toward training Cana- dians for careers in university teaching and research in the humanities and social sciences. Friendship Centre's lease continued by cily council Four university students from southern Alberta have heen awarded Canada Council doctoral fellowships for the 1972-73 academic year. Lelhbridge students S. C. Patten and J. P. M. Waugh are fellowship winners, A. E. Davidson of Mountain View and G. L. Jensen of Card- ston will also receive fellow- ships. The fellowships arc worth MEN'S BOYS' BUY ONE GET ONE FREE! Example: Buy one for the Grad- uate, and Dod or Brother GETS HIS FREE! Selection of SUITS Selection of SHIRTS SofecJion of PANTS Selection of JACKETS MEN'S BOYS' WEAR OPEN THURSDAY FRIDAY Till P.M. 406 13 ST. NORTH PHONE 327-7610 liy niCAHKU DUHKK Herald Staff A one year extension of Ihe lease arrangement on the Tri- anon Hall for the Native Krtendslu'p centre was approv- ed by city council Monday. The cily will contribute for lease of the building, pro- vided the province funds tho program operation. City Manager Tom Nutting told council there is a "higher degree of validity for the pro- gram this year. Strict controls have been set up by (he new management." On other business, Alderman Bill Kergan called for council lo set up a landlord tenant advisory commillee In Ihe city. No action was taken. Sports field to be upgraded The civic sports field will re- ceive some improvements this summer, including picnic tables and a circuit training area. A total expenditure of for the job was approved by cily council Monday. Gates will be installed on lllb St. S. at the Cln and 6th Ave. corners of the sports field, and picnic tables placed near both corners of the field and near the west entrance. The circuit training area will include steps and n ramp, a balance bar, horizontal bar and sil-up table. Both addilions are intended to atlract people for "casual recreation." An over all review of the AW. Kergan's suggestion was made in response to a letter to council from ArsumpHon. GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Gratis GROUP, Open: Susan Young, Karhrwn Thornp- Eiren Gcslln. Clartsriclm; TerrI Ofi no. Wilson Jr. RECITAL, open: Henny GIRLS' CHORUS, Bruce Beck, Since the sun is net going to educate the public and tinder; Anne Campbell SENIOR VOCAL ENSEMBLE (urt- respond to the wishes of merits of daylight time Anns Campbell, Lerhbridtje Teen Cfefs, Anne Carnp- and move more slowly a vote in favor of it (no mark the earth's horizon, (he clocks must be adjusted one hour obtained on the plebiscite promised by former premier Harry A HALL UCZART SONATA, 17 yesri and un. dar: Karen Porii, Belle Faifh Harms, Lethbridge. CELLO AND PIANO SONATA Until this year, R IfMfl law after the society Parry Fcsler and Eddie Gnandt, the provincial .statutes prohibited daylight lime. 09 Alberta cities and towns with populations greater AND PIANO SONATA, U years and under: Nancy and Standard Time applied all year. The pressure to change began to mount in (he province prior to J968, when some groups ried to put pressure on ttie then E. C. Manning-run Social Credit persons a proposed trial nm for daylight time. There were 25 endorsements from southern Alberta. Then, as part of the 1971 general election, rural citizens joined city residents to pass Harold Coblj, officer-in-charge of the Lelhbritl.cjc Salvation Army, said the question of whether the Salvation Army will continue (o stay with the United Appeal has never Lethbridge; Laurie FumatjeJI! find Debbie Fanlm, Belle-vue. CHOPIN, 17 years ar.d Fdtlie Gnnndl, Lelhbndqe, Finn, Blairrricre. SOUTHMINSTER HALL VIOLIN SOLO. A and under: David Joachim, LelhbritJge. VIOLIN SOLO, 9 years ar.tJ under He said at that time that if daylight time were time change by a 62.75 per cent He was commenting on the withdrawal of the Salvat i o SPECIAL VIOLIN CLASSES, not more than B monies of sludy: Sylvia Birighom, Raymond; Ginger Fromm, ed, it would have to be on a province wide basis and not just in individual were people who voted in fnvor compared with 176, 14-3 who vnted from the United Appeal campaign in Edmonton last VIOLIN SOLO. 13 years and under: Tern Knight, Lelhtridae. VIOLIN SOLO, 15 years and under: The pressure continued know there has been a Fester, Lelhbrldqe, VIOLIN SOLO. fBach, tnactcmpfl- mount with an .son them Alberta, the discussion about fhc sdj open: Valeria Hwvalh, Leth- from Dr. Earl Milton, an much closer, with of the United dge. VIOLIN SOLO, U years and under: sistant professor of physics favor and Cobb said. "But as Bel revue; Shelley the University of Lcthbridge ceremony of turning the JvCthbridge buLO, IP year% and the time, who said ahead one hour is concerned, the Horvalh, Lerfibrldge. lo fast time could cost he truly a, national of our withdrawing IS and Perry Foster, Lethbridge Airways Ltd. and been raised. It is DUET, 16 years antf under: lie said lack of daylight Bus Lines will not being Horvafh and Shelly Burt, Lelhbridge and Cardstwu Proposed airport study is tabled A resolution Instructing city manager to hire La Borcle Sniiut Ltd. of Calgary to do a s t u ti y on required improve- ments tc local airport facilities was tabled Ijy city' council Mon- day. In supporting Iiis resolution, Alderman Steve Kotch said, "We're still probably looking al five year s before any- thing will happen (on transcon- tinental air carrier service liere) but we shouldn't wait an- other year lo get the ball roll- ing." he said. "So one will take notice of our needs without the results of a professional which would be provided by La Borde Simat. "If we can prove there are 21 passengers per day travel- ling an east west route, we have our foot in the door" for getting transcontinental air ser- vice, lie said. Aid. Vanghan Hembroff sug- gested I.etbljridge "has groivn lo a size thai we owe it to our business people to at least look into the possibility of providing better air facilities." Aid. Chick Chichester Inci- dentally mentioned a private firm lias a proposal Wore the federal department of trans- port lo construct a new ter- minal building here and lease it back to that department. Mr. La Bordc will be invited to make a presentation concern- ins Ihe nature of an airport fa- cility study at a future council meeting. The estimated cost of tha slucly Is plus expenses. Cancer campaign still digging The Canadian Cancer Soci- ety's fund raising campaign in Lethbridge and district net- ted by Tuesday, cam- paign chairman Cecil Gordon said. He said lie is confident the objective of for the re- gion will be met. We were over our objective last year, and last year this time we had Mr. Gor- don said. Of the already in, about came from Leth- bridge. Mr. Gordon said re- turns from tho district were coming in slowly. fie urged donors not preached by canvassers to in (heir donations. Receipts for income tax purposes will ho mailed out shortly, he said. comedy. Kong and dancing. The Alexander Broihcrs will head Ihe cu.4 of formers. seven per- M n r g a r e t Grant, commit- tee secretary, said tickets were sold two weeks ago. The public support o( this church fund- raising project continues to be 100 per cent. MKFi.MlY GRANT Th" Lethbridge public library received city grant of 900 in 1971. Heather Scottish Concert at the Paramount Theatre tonight at 8 o'clock. Sponsored by the Scots Com- in Alberta has cost mittcc of St. Andrews Prcsby- lion millions of dollars and terian Church, the show direct "gross inconvenience" for all from Scotland will feature business between Alberta and adjacent areas. During the election, elec- tors voted it out with the big split between urban and rural areas. Tho vote was negative in all constituencies outside Kdmon-i ton, Calgary and Leihhridgc areas by margins ranging as high as 3 to I. With the excep- tion of two Edmonton ridings, the cities favored the time change. i In 1970, the Yes for nay-L light Saving Society was form-1 lo print new schedules for the summer runs. Since the CP Rail dayliner service has heen dropped, there is no affect In this area. The golfers, sports enthusi- asts, office workers and city people in general will be happy for (he most part, with one more hour of useable evening daylight. Farmers in general will have to' orient themselves to the idea of working a different day. The teat pullers will have to reg- ulate their work days, since tho cows can't but the farmers will have the same number of hours of sunshine, regardless of tho time change. Broivn elected General manager Harold Brown of CHEC in Ixithbridge has been elected to the board of directors of the BroadcEst- ers Associalion of Alberta. Warren II o 11 c of Camrose is the new president. fUB STORAGE TIME L FREE SPEEDY PICK-UP hESTYLING RELINING REPAIRING CLEANING AND GLAZING The LETHBRIDGE FURRIERS 514 3rd AVENUE SOUTH Phone 327-2209 ;