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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 1970 Excess Play Given TalentHunter By STEVE liAFlEIIAM Hcrahl Staff Writer Too many Canadian per formers are being buried by an excess of American Tommy Cana d i a n country and western artist said in an interview in Lethbridge Over all Canadian artists probably get good radio co and now some sta tions are even very proCana Commenting on new pro posals of the Canadian Radio and Television Play Deadline Is August 15 Deadline 15 for indi cations to the Allied Arts Coun cil of intention to enter the Fes tival of OneAct Plays to run at the Yates Memorial Centre dur ing the week of About sis plays have been committed so ar from various Lethbridge groups and individ The which could fea ture up to six nights of tliree is designed for local and community drama either established now or ones organized expressly for the Entries may be fullyproduc ed produced or excerpts from threeact The main emphasis by the arts council is being placed on using the Yates facilities and taking part in the rather than putting on fullscale The arts council is also keep ing its resource file available for names of persons wishing to take part in the festival as act playwrights and backstage Intentions to sub mitted by would prob ably come from the directors of the Hunter I dont feel the CRTC rulings will do but it may cause more interest ir things The CHTC has suggested leg islation which would bring more Canadian talent to UK view of the Canadian The commission provides that Canadian radio and television must fill half of its broadcast ing time with shows or music which are I think it is basically a good and will probably even tually said Canadian recording facili ties1 are and if some i tiling comes out that is really I think stations have enough sense not to play il just to fill air We are receiving very good support from recording studios such as Capital and RCA Vic Hunter but there is still room for studio improve He indicated that rumors about the CRTC causing his show to be lengthened to one hour were totally We had planned to produce an hour show before the CRTC came into the Hunter the only problem is that weve also had the program night and1 are afraid of losing some of our teenage He declined to compare Ca nadian country and western music with American country and they are AVO very different types of Too many people try to compare everything Canadian with something Hunter said he didnt have any thoughts about a move to the at the I in to keep doing television and radio in but I will go where my work takes MUSIC TEACHERS Four experienced teach ers are available for summer obs through the Canada Man power Centre student place ment division in HANDSHAKES AND PART OF INDIAN FRIENDSHIP DANCE 200 Take Part And View Handicraft Friendship Centre Officially Open JL JL The Lethbridge Friendship 102 5th was of ficially opened About 200 people attended the ceremonies and viewed the All Indian Art and Craft The festivities started with a native friendship with all native people forming a cir cle around the acing the walls and all non native people forming a larger facing the inner The two circles of dancers ro in opposite coming together to shake hands as they Mayor Andy Anderson said the Lethbridge Friendship Cen tre has to be recognized as civic development within th He said it is a spirit of ci a significant mill stone in relations with the na tive Little past presi dent of the Native Friendshi Society cf Southern Alberta am a director of the society now said the biggest problem in th area is the misunderstandin between He said people have litU knowledge of other ettai groups and the idea behind the ONE MILLION SAFE MILES was presented recently with o safe drivers award of merit by Soo Security Motorways This is the fourth such award given by the company in recognition of drivers who attain the Occident free has driven for the company for 15 He was given a television set for the He received a gold watch five years ago when he completed accidentfree miles and 10 years MEWELRY repair PEARLS RESTRUNG BABY SHOES BRONZED ALL RING REPAIRS ERICKSENS JEWELLERY McFarland 3273525 CarHorse Accident RCMP report damage was done when a car driven by Anne Otrhalek of Coaldale struck a horse early Sunday ircrning on a district road about two miles east of Leth with the Green Acres Animal Hospital on the Coutts said the horse was in critical condi It suffered cuts and bruises and a possible broken Apparently the owner of the horse has not been Anyone missing an approxi mately JOycarold thorough bred gelding can contact the animal RESTYIING REUNING 9 REPAIRING CLEANING AND GLAZING 514 3rd PHONE 3272209 Payment Of Taxes Is Down Tax payments at city hall this1 week were again down from last years Payments for Hie week end ed June 18 were com pared with almost last Total payments so far this year stand at last years total was In terms of about 24 ocr cent of the levy has been collected so far this while 36 per cent had been collected last WAITftESSES Five students with expe rience as waitresses arc avail able for summer jobs through he Canada Manpower Centre student placement division in friendship centre is to act as an catalyst to bring people togeth chairman of the BUSINESS JOTTINGS Prizes were awarded Satur day to the major prize win ners by the Downtown Busi nessmens Association in the My Dads the Greatest Winners were sixyearold Tony Zaychuk of 1120 28th A whose father is Bill Zaychuk nineyearold Keith Aiken of whose father is Keith Ailten and 11 yearold Cathy Haz of Coal whose father is Fred FederalProvincial Friendship said the Lethbridge Friendship Centre was one of the finest facilities in the prov He said the directors had the right idea with a challenging type of program for the cen There are 28 centres in Can ada amd they wont solve all the problems between the In dian and the white society but they will he Rose Yellow director of the Lethbridge Friendship Cen said it was time people got away from the stereotype thinking about ether ethnic groups and started thinking about them as human Indian people will host all races and creeds at the Honors Given School Principal Bill principal of the Gilbert Paterson Ele mentary Junior High School since it opened in this year after 45 years as a White taught in several Alberta schools until 1952 when he moved to Letbridge as a teacher at Hamilton Junior High The following year he became viceprincipal of tho old Wilson Junior High School were he stayed until Gilbert Paterson At ceremonies shortly before school closed for the stu dents at the school honored him Carpenters Still Needed At Shell Plant A carpsnters union spokes man in Roy Berlan says there is still a need for carpenters at the Shell Can ada plant project south of Pincher Berlando said1 while 23 local carpenters are now work ing on the about 90 would likely be All men wanting employment must register with the TJmted Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America local Their office is in the Labor Club at 207 13th A camp for workers has been opened and the project should ce in full swing in the next week or Berlando Wages for carpenters have been quoted at an with a 48 hour with in cluding a desk pen set and a portrait of himself which will be displayed in the schools main The Gilbert Paterson Fine A Warner Kenneth was fined 5150 and costs or 30 days in jail when he pleaded guilty in magistrates court in Lethbridge Friday to a charge of impaired He was further charged with driving while disqualified and fined an additional and costs or 15 days in jail when he pleaded guilty to the Curie was also prohibited from driving anywhere in Can ada for nine WHITE and School Assocalion will in future years present annual awards to be called the William White one to the Grade 9 and another to the Grade 6 The scholarships will be awarded to students whose aca demic and other achievements present a challenge to other students in the HONOR ROLL Allan Young cf Lethbridge has been named to the spring quarter honor roll at Montana State He was among students earning a or better grade average during the threemonth A freshman majoring in phy sical Young is the son of and Charles Young of 1910 20th St QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 5th 3287684 Abova Capitol Furnllurt SDDY The question deserves your serious youll remember to tell the telephone company youre and to make the routine but theres more to the question than The house or apartment youre movingto most likely has a different floor plan and different number of rooms from your present and that means your telephone requirements will also be Take this Before you decide in advance on the number and style of telephones youre going to Then when youre making the routine call about your give AGT instructions about any extra phone installations too By planning ahead youll save yourself time and Phone now GOVERNMENT TELEPW ;