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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTKttiOSI HOMO Satutdar, February 12, Project under way in Lethbridge Employment search more personalized By MARILYN ANDERSON HeraM Family Editor "Brand, spanking new" Is the way Fran Rude, Lethbridge case wrter in charge of the Employment Opportunities program for the provincial de- partment of social develop- ment, describes her project. Employment Opportuni- ties got under way in Leth- bridge Jan. 15 to provide long- term employment to persons on public assistance. It is estimated there are 000 persons in Alberta who are unemployed employables, that it those persons who are not employed but who are physi- cally and emotionally able to do ao. Sirs. Rude said unemployed employables "really do want to work." She said "one of the biggest problems we have to overcome is employers not wanting to ac- cept people on welfare as worthy employees. "We've had a pretty good reaction to the program so far, but it is still so new." She said finding jobs for the unemployed was still "quite tough" considering the time of year but "once the business community has accepted the program, it will be better." One advantage to employers, according to Mrs. Rude, was in knowing a bit of the employee's background ac It pertains to bis work. Employment Uies began as a Human He- sources Development project on June in Edmonton. Workers were placed with about 10 eligible clients each, to work with the client through- out his entire employment search. They tried to find out what the chart was suited for in employment, help him con- tact employers, give him in- formation about jobs and pre- pare him for the job. The foUowup work included a person contact with the cheat in the way of advice, tupport and encouragement. Mrs. Rude't association with her estimated eight clients will involve the same one-to-one relationship. She said it es- pecially motivated to provide encouragement for the eUeot who a motivated to work but who has bad doors to employ- ment closed frequently. Clients for the employment opportunities program are re- ferred to Mrs. Rude by other case workers in the regional of- fice. "We are looking at persons who have been on assistance approximately two months. This time is flexible, though.. Generally someone who is out of work for two weeks is tem- START OF A LONG SEARCH-Mrs. Fran Rude, Leth- bridge cose worker for the department of social develop- ment li to act placement officer for the department's new opportunities program. She may have to spend between six and 30 hours with a client before finding him or entering him in further training. A Calendar Of Local Happenings The Minus One Club will have a pot-luck social evening, Monday, at 8 in the upper hall of Southminster Church. All single, separated, divorced, or widowed persons welcome. For further information phone 327- 1448. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 cards for 1.00 or 256 Each TwelvB 7 Number Games JACKPOT Fret Gomes and Fret Card DOOR PRIZE CMIuren under 16 not allowed FOE Bingo tonight in the Eagles Hall, at 8 p.m. Jackpot of in 57 numbers. Every- one welcome. The Major Burnett PNG Club will hold its regular meeting in the IOOF Hall Tuesday at p.m. The Lethbridge University Women's Club will meet Tues- day at 8 p.m. in the Gas Com- pany Auditorium. "Women in Municipal Affairs" will be the program. Guests will be Lillian Fairy, Margaret Sutherland, Bertha Kipp, Vera Ferguson, and Gladys Redfem. Members will have an opportunity to see the role women can and are playing in city affairs Fort Macleod square dancers will hold their regular dance on Monday at p.m. with J i round dance practice at 8 p.m. LOVE AFFAIRS ARRANGED The delicate but magnificent electronic! of this instrument makes it possible to offer a five year written replacement guarantee the best in the industry. Compare at for equal versatility and quality in any other makel BE A BIGAMIST BUY TWO Cor. 3rd Ave. and 13th St. S. Phono 327-1056 in the elementary school. All square dancers have been wel- comed to attend, ancl women have been asked to bring a box lunch and cups. The Ladies AuxiEary to the Auxiliary Hospital will hold their regular meeting on Mon- day at 2 p.m. in the Auxiliary Lounge. At Bus tune, plans will be completed for the Member- ship Tea which will be held in the lounge, Wednesday, Feb. 24. The Lethbridge Handicrafts Guild will hold its regular monthly meeting Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Bowman Arts Cen- tre. The Quittenbaum Walker Section of St. Augustine's ACW will meet Tuesday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. P. Walker, 2826 6th Ave. A S. LA to ANAF will hold their general meeting Monday at 8 p.m. A good turnout has been requested. The St. Michael's Nurse's Alumnae will hold its quarterly meeting in the form of a pot- luck supper at p.m. Wednesday in the St Michael's Hospital Cafeteria. A regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital will be held on Wednesday in the Nurses Lounge at p.m. A good attendance is requested. The Ladies Aid to St. Peter and St. Paul's Church will host husbands, men's club, and their wives at a Valentine sup- per Sunday at 6 p.m. in the parish hail. For further infor- mation, contact Mrs. J. Kund rick at 327-9013. Southminster square dance learners group will dance Mon- day at 8 p.m. in Southminster hall. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. I I The Loyal Order of Moose will hold a Valentine social and dance tonight at 9 in the Moose hall, 1234 13 Ave. N. Music by the Embers. For members and invited The Golden Mile Drop-In- Centre and1 over 60 group will lave movies (comedy and avel) Wednesday at 2 p.m. Coffee will be served, ana everyone is welcome to attend. The Ladies Auxiliary to St. Michael's Hospital wffl meet on Monday at 8 p.m. in the Nurses' Residence. A good turnout has been requested to belp plan the coming year's ac- ivities. The annual and special gen- eral meeting of the Society for Meals on Wheels will be held at the Bowman Art-1! Centre Feb. 22 at 8 p.m. The public has been invited to attend. Mrarily unemployed and not need our progran.. "We are also looking at beads of families, male or fe- male. Since we have no hostels in Letbbridge we must also consider single males and, of course, unwed mothers." Alcoholics and othnr handi- capped clients will be consid- ered for the program after they have been rehabilitated to the point of coping with their problem. The program is designed to meet both employers' needs by jroviding them with a man or woman who is able to work well, and to provide permanent employment to clients to t a k e them off, and keep them off, assistance rolls. The employment opportuni- ties program has been esti- mated by social development minister Ray Speaker as sav- ing the taxpayer an estimated !1 million during the fiscal rear. In 1969 and 1970. work was ound for 600 welfare recipi- ents on a full-tune basis, 250 jersons on a part-line ba- iis and 50 people were placed in training progruns Certain incentives are being offered to clients who are hi ;he employment opportunities >rogrant. Persons employed full-time are allowed additional income over his basic earnings al- owance. An additional per dependent up to a maximum of f75 is allowed before his social allowance would be cut. The client also receives fi- nancial assistance from the department for clothing, tools 'or employment and babysit- ing, if needed. Placement officers would also ensure that a client who was deeply in debt would not 'ace garnishee once he beean receiving a salary. The Debtor's Assistance Board can issue a stay order until the client can begin an orderly paymen' of debt. Providing this information is also part of the duties of the placement officer in getting and keeping his client on the road to self-sufficiency. Employm e n t opportunities provides for retraining and up- grading. Mrs. Eude said that only short courses of Canada Manpower were available this tune of year but training would be included1 hi future months. Mrs. Rude said that while the program might seem to overlap that of Canada Man- power, employment opportuni- ties has the facilities for fol- low through with clients that Canada Manpower cannot do. "We've had e x c e 11 e n t re- sponse from CMC and all our clients must be registered with their she added. WWle the Lethbridge project is a small beginning with one case worker and eight clients, it can be increased up to about active cases per worker. The department" is hopeful that as clients are taken off public assistance, the case load of other workers will be eased to provide more help for Mrs. Rude. "I'll make you a deal...Call in the coroner and if he says I'm alive, I get up he says I'm not, you leave mealone." CASH BINGO HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HAIL TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CLOCK A Blackout Bingo played for till won Saturday plus 2 7-Number JACKPOTS NOW AND S Cordi for or 25c each (locatod Next No. 1 Fireball) BEAUTY SCHOOL ,I7 7th OF ELEGANCE Owned and Operated by ETHEL DOWNEY Complete Beauty Culture By 3 Expert Teachers "A Modern School With Modern Methods of Teaching" NIGHT CLASSES OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Thurlday and Friday till 9 p.m. Students Apply Now Name Addreu BEAUTY SCHOOL OF ELEGANCE 317 7th Street South Lelhbrldge ami win HEART DIVINE, PLEASE BE MY VALENTINE lovelies, lace, and laughter sweeten the smiles of Valentines of all ages. Paula Jennings and Donald Taniguchl, both seven years old, exchange sweetheart in a Grade 1 Valentine's party at George McKillop School. and ou-t of town Mrs. Neil E. de Macedo (nee Doreen Kerr) of Victoria, B.C. is visiting in the city with her parents, Mr. and Mi's. John S. Kerr. A miscellaneous shower in Anxious moms LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) Tall girls would have few social and emotional problems if their mothers wouldn't fret over them so much, a University of South- ern California pediatrician says. Dr. Douglas Frasier, associate professor of pediatrics and phy- siology, says the tall girl's prob- lem is her mother's anxiety about the daughter's stature. honor of bride-elect Miss Bev- erly Barter, was held at the home of Mrs. Lyla Leishner, who was assisted by Mrs. Pat- sy Peacock. The wedding was an event of today. Learn Hairdressing MARVEL BEAUTY i SCHOOL REDUCED RATES-TERMS WRITE FOR FREE INFORMATION OVER METROPOLITAN STORE; 326A Ith AVI. W., Calgary J COLD MOUNTAIN INSTITUTE A New Life Style Encouraging Personal Growth Introductory Evening To Meet Leaders PHONE 327-6681 Call us for your child- ren's portraits. MICHAEL 1 year Son of MR. and MRS. F. PETA IETHBRIDGE JUST LOCATED ACROSS FROM THE CPR DEPOT PHONE 327-2658 ;