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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 75 PEOPLE SECOND SECTION Lelhbridgc, Alberta, Wednesday, June 17, 1970 PAGES 17 TO 32 rr A. E. CROSS J-ltd. WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE ABOVE MARKET PRICES GIVEN Child Care Facility Discussed By City A meeting was held Tuesday in Lcthbridge between city offi- cials, the Alberta department of social development and the department of public works to discuss the possibility of the ac- quisition cf a new child care facility in the city. A spokesman for the depart- ment of social welfare said no definite plans have yet been made, but. the department is making plans for a centre that would probably be designed for teen-agers. It would complement Sifton Hsuse, the department's re- ceiving home for children lo- cated in North Lethbridge. Separate School Board Meets Tonight Eric Sdiill, elected to Hi L e t h b ridge separate scho board by acclamation May I will be officially sworn in as school trustee at tonight's regi las1 meeting of the board. The meeting starts at p.m. in the district's cducatto centre at 6th Ave. and 18th S S., and is open to the public. Mr. Sehill replaces Dr. W. Cranley, who resigned from tl board earlier. In other business, the boar will be asked to approve contin ued use of one room in the St Patrick's School by the Leth bridge Head Start project. A recommendation that th district employ a security guar patrol service to try to stop van dalism at night in the district' schools will be received from its insuranooe agents. More Gty News On Page 32 You and your family are non-drinkers. Ab- stainers' Insurance Com- pany can probabty offer you dwelling insurance at lower rates than you are now paying. How are we able to do this? Abstainers' believe ihat non-drinkers are gen- erally more responsible people and are les? likely to have fires through carelessness tha main cause of fires. Therefore, we can in- sure non-drinkers at a preferred rate. This means you save money with no reduction in in- surance protection. Why not compare Abstainers' premiums with your present rates now? HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd Avenue South Phono 328-7777 Representing f COMPANY I Evenings Phono 327-2011 or 327-6091 He added the department is locking at the possibility of new facilities for children in trouble in the Lethbridge district. Police Negotiate An announcement is expected in the next few days on the re- sults1 of wage negotiations be- tween the city and police ma- trons, members of Canadian Union of Public Employees Lo- cal 70. Talks adjourned Tuesday with no announcement being made. Negotiations between the city and the Lethbridge Police As- sociation, representing 51 em ployees, are currently at L standstill. The latest talks were held last week. t Ordered Coroner Dr. John E. Morgan of Lethbridge has ordered an inquest into the June 14 death of Alfred Herman. The 26-year-old man from the Buffalo Narrows district of Northern Saskatchewan ap- parently fell from the second- storey level fire escape of the Dallas Hotel. There was some indication the man had been drinking and was trying to gain entry into the hotel after being ejected from the foyer of the hotel earlier Saturday night. A date has not been set for e inquest. STRIKE ACTION Lethbridge postal workers today joined the rotating postal union protests across Canada in a 24-hour walkout which began at Wednesday morning. Other centres striking today include Grande Prairie, Edmonton, Red Deer and Medicine Hat. Employment Increased During May The Canada Manpower Cen- tre in Lethbridge, reports em- jloyment activity in the city tough the ir.or.lh of May showed increases in orders re- ceived and vacancies filled compared to the previous month- Frank Besplug, manager of the Lethbridge Manpower Cen- tre indicated the increase amounted to about 10 per cent in order received and 17 par cer.t in vacancies filled. At the present time, Leth- bridge is experiencing a short- age of experienced stenogra- phers, insurance salesmen trainees, experienced mature food hostesses, auto mechan- ics, heavy duty mechanics, electric motor repairmen and stucco-masons. On the supply side, there a surplus1 of recent business cc ucation graduates, stock clerl and experienced trailer plar workers. Youth Theatre A Lcthbridgc Yoiilh Tlieatre for persons 13-30 years, would is (o be established under the j be developed from five recent allspices of the Allied Arts Council. The youth theatre, designed Well, Swash My Buckle! Swashbuckle? Nope. You don't need one. You don't need anything but a little time and interest. The Lethbridge Fencing Club has joined the Bowman Art workshops at tlie Bowman Ai t Centre which involved about 30 high school students. T he workshops have focused on readings, stage technique and discussions, under the tute- lage of Lethbridge actress Joan Watcrfield. The group is to meet Tues- day night at 7 to discuss par ticipation in the Festival of One-Act Plays scheduled for ,.he Yates Memorial Centre during the week of Sept. 21. The youth theatre is expect- ed to hold continuous work- shops, study one-act and three- act plays for possible presenta- tion at the Bowman centre, and sions in the art of fencing. Men and women -of all ages are welcome, with or without experience. The organization does not have formal teaching facilities, but there is a techni- cal advisor, and junior mem- bers will be able to learn all ibout sword fighting from the senior members. The foil, sabre and epee are :hc weapons, and if you don't have any, don't worry: present members say they'll be glad to loan you all of the necessary equipment. The club invites everyone who j has at one time or another wanted to take a sword in hand, salute and cry, "En for real to go to ts next session. It's at the Bowman Art Cen- .re, Wednesday at 6 p.m. Swish! Clang! Clatter? schools. Experienced amateur per- formers and backstage workers are being invited to teach, ad- vise and attend readings with the group. Scheduled to give instruction so far are Carol Watkinson in set design; Ray Jolliffe, set construction and stage man- agement; Cathy Evins, cos- tume design; Muriel Jolliffe sound; and stage technique and interpretation, Mrs. Waterficld. DOCTORATE J. M. McCuc, formerly of Leth- briiige, received his Ph.D. de- gree in history from Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, iii May. McCue, son of lUr. ami Mrs. R. C. 537 27th St. S., Lett- bridge, is a graduate of the Lc-aujiiiigc Collegiate Insti- tute anil (aught at Winston Churchill High School from iflGO-M. He received his B.A. and B. Ed. from the Univer- sity of Alberta, Edmonton, and his Master's degree from BYU. Dr. JIcCuc and his family are now in Victoria, B.C., where ho is assistant professor and assistant head of the department of history. University of Victoria. TO BEET FIELDS Twenty-five Lethbridge students the three-to five-weex aurailon of their jobs. About 150 left Friday afternoon for beet fields near Iron Springs. southern Alberta students are working in the beet fields at The students will live in dormitories on the beet farms for present, earning to an acre. CLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 Dr. Prowse Buried Today In Calgary Funeral services were held today at p.m. in Calgary for Dr. William C. Prowse, 53. "DEALS FOR DAD" BIG 3 DAYS JUNE 18th 19th 20fh FOR THE MANY FANTASTIC SAVINGS William C., Mary-Jo, Jill and Laurie, and his parents Mr and Mrs. J. Harper Prowse of Lcthbridge. Aba surviving are his four brothers, J. Harper Prowse, Ottawa; D. Clifton Prowse, Q.C., Calgary; Hubert S., Lethbridge; and John C. Edmonton and a sister Mrs. S. He is survived by his wife I W. (Catherine) Fancher, Spo- Mary Lou, his four children I kane, Wash. Dr. Prowse, who was born in Taber, received his medical de- gree from the University of Al- berta. He practised in Breaks, Calgary, Watson Lake (Yukon and in Carstairs, for the past five years. He died at Vancouver June 15. WATCH THIS NEWSPAPER LISTEN TO C.J.O.C. MIDLAND AUTO SUPPLY 421 5th ST. S., LETHBRIDGE Office Furniture Special Black Fabric Regular 99.50 SPECIAL CHINOOK STAMPS 306 13th St. N. Phone 327-4591 "IF SERVICE COUNTS-COUNT ON US" Sunny Days Forecast Southern Albertans can look forward to a return of sunny weather late Wednesday and Thursday, as the storm centre which has dominated the area for the past week moves east- ward and out of the forecast region. The entire storm dumped '94 inches of rain on Leth- bridge, with considerably more falling at other Alberta cen- tres. Damage Damage amounted to when cars driven by Gerald Bond of 1405 Scenic Drive and James Blaekmer of 1269 4th Ave. S. collided at the inter- section of 13th St. and 6th Ave. S. Tuesday. Brian Lippa of 1269 4th Ave., an occupant in the Blaekmer vehicle, was treated for in- juries at St. Michael's General Hospital and released. Gooder Students Win Games Students of the Dorolhy Good-, Owen, Wilton Red Crow, Boyce er School won a total of 47 Johnson, Leonard Newton, James Schoepp, Christine Lar- son, Joanne Dimlop, Jeanno awards at the Alberta Special Games held in Calgary June 12- 13. Competing in both track and field and swimming events, were all schools for the retard- ed in the province, as well as the Alberta School Hosoital, Hed Deer. Lethbridge received 19 firsts, 14 seconds, and 14 thirds. The coaching team consisted of George Mol, as head coach, Bill Weadick, Mrs. Sheila Gourlay, and Mrs. Peggy Stan- ton. Senior students participating were Edward Lee, Dwain Strain. Intermediates: Ralph Plaited Hair, Gabor Mihaly, Alan Wright, Virginia Fawceit, Rika Vanderlist, Barbara Mi- chaelis. Juniors: Michael COMPLETE CARPET AND tlNOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 905 3rd Avs. S. Ph. 327-5454 Loo. STUDENT SEAMSTRESSES Two students with experience as seamstresses are available for summer jobs through the Canada Manpower Centre stu- dent placement division in Lcthbridge. WESTMINSTER Westminster Shopping ISrhSLN. 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