Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
DID YOU KNOW? One call to ouru office docs il all transporlolfon, accomodation, U-Drives. For your summer vacation. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIllAGE HALL PHONE 338-3201 THcLcthhrld SECOND SECTION Letlibridge, Alberta, Thursday, Marcli 30, 1972 PAGES 9 TO 20 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 10! PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4th AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, AtEERTA Ask about Photogray The lens 1hot changes with liehi. month starts Saturday April is Cancer Month, the lime of 11 the Cana- dian Cancer Society mns its fund raising and education campaign. Cancer can be beaten. In fact, 80 per cent of human cancer occurrences can be pre- vented. Donations to tlie Can- cer Society will ultimately benefit yon or your relatives and friends. lias been a gener- ous city to llic Cancer Society, and campaign organizers arc confident their objective wilt be reached. This year, Lclh- bridge's .share is in the Alberta objective of Last year, the Cancer Society netted in Lethbridge. The first part of (he cam- paign is business canvassing, again under (lie chairmanship of Pete Cluimik, a retired busi- nessman of 1015 10th Ave. N. "This year, tlic objective of business canvassing is more than last AJr. Chumik said. Similar to last year's strate- gy, Mr. Cluimik said there wilt be no canvassers calling on (he city's business firms. nstead, about 15 t eleph on e canvassers will be making tele- phone calls to the firms. Mr. Chumik said close to letters have already been sent to tho firms and the tele- phone calls will be a follow-up. "The first week of the Meals on Wheels helps 20 Twenty Lelhhridge shut-ins have been receiving meals from the Lethbridgc Society for Meals on Wheels. The 24 volunteers working for the society have not missed one day of deliveries duo to the 24- inc snowfall hit southern Alberta Saturday. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. ___ PHONE 327-2822 Cancer Month, make [lie telephone calls; and the second week, we will send vol- unteers to pick up the dona- tions. Altogether more than 30 volunteers arc engaged in the business campaign." Mr. Chumik said the business campaign will be over before April 1C, when the household canvassing begins. Hi is year, s eve n persons have agreed to take charge o! business canvassing at the city's seven big shop ping malls. They arc: Orst Filcwych of the Toronto-Dominion Bank College Moll; Al Pearson o: Capri Bowling, Zeller's County Fair; Fred Harrison of Par- son's Hardware, Holiday Vil- lage; Uave Wilson, mall manager, Centre Village; Marvin Mock of Safeway, Westminster Shop- ping Centre; Laura Mead of North Plaza Florists, North Plaza Shopping Centre; Art Howg of Subway Heal Estate, Subway Shopping Centre; and Alfons Krol of Krol's Grocery, Norbridge Shopping Centre. Parking bylaws to be enforced Cars improperly parked o n city streets will be ticketed and towed away at the owner's ex- pense. Bill West, city police inspec- tor in charge of traffic, said Wednesday constables have been instructed to strictly en- force all cily parking bylaws. "There are enough parking spaces available now that there Ls no reason for careless park- ing. Many drivers arc just tak- ing advantage of the situation and not taking the time to park he said. Service postponed The 30Ui anniversary service at the C o a I d a 1 e Buddhist Church, originally eclieduled for March 26 but cancelled due to the snowstorm, will be held on S'aturday, April S, commenc- ing at 2 p.m, McCready-Baines Pharmacy A Friend the family can rely on] Prescription? Just Call 327-3555 We Deliver! When you're confined to bed, or jusf when you don't feel wol[ enough to pick up a prescription call us. Wo deliverl "WE ARE OPEN MONDAYS" McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY ITD. CHARGEX 614 3rd Ave. S. 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She said that at actor's job was much more difficult if lie had little movement on stjjge c't'.d it bscame necessary for him to bring emotion out from the mass. "Tlie discipline of the girls on stage marvel- she said. Mrs. Watcrfichl emphasized (he necessity for learning tech- nique and commented on the number of limes actors had turned their backs to Ihe audi- ence. S'ne said technique must be learned thoroughly enough that it requires of the concen- tration that should be applied to (tic role. She suggested that the play might have been more effec- tive if staged on several levels, instead of a flat area. Mrs. Waterficld said shs found il "on tlie whole, a really interesting evening." Tile second and last entry v.T.s staged by Winston Churc- hill High School at .1 p.m. to- day the Y.iic.s Centre. It the play, Impromtis by- Ted Mcscl. Lily Larter was the director. EXPFASIVE The most expensive land in the world is not in mirltown Manhattan, central London, metropolitan Tokyo or down- town Sydney. It is in the small British colony (j[ Hong Kong. Tor a square font piece of land on the Hong Kong is- land waterfront, million was paid out SS11 per square foot A 52-storey office building is currently under construction on the site. Education of minorities subject of U of L study By RUDY HAUGENEDER Herald Staff Writer Tlie University of Lethbridgc this summer will be the site of a study which will outline the needs of minority groups in secondary education insti- utions. Financed by a federal p-ant provided through the dc- >arlment of Indian affairs, tv-'O J of L researchers, Menno Boldt, a professor of sociology ind Leroy Littlebcar, a stu- ient, will conduct the study, expected to be completed by he end 0f August. Universities currently play the role of social and political critic, but have not themselves looked at the problems of cul tural minorities seeking highei education, Prof. Boldt said. Native people, lie explained have very lew people attending universities. "The statistics aro atrocious." The main reason is that no considerations are made for the cultural differences Indians encounter at the university le- vel. With the grant, an advisory board will be set up consisting of a wide pubiic cross-section including Indians, to look for possible solutions, Since universities are primar- ily white middle class oriented with "no allowance to cultural minorities" the group's recom- Catelli employees to be locked out The employees at Catelli Ltd in Lethbridge will be locked out of their jobs on Tuesday. Lock-out notice was given to the 58 employees, members oi the Canadian Food and Allied Workers, Local 1115, after a government -supervised strike vote Wednesday showed 55 em- ployees favored strike action to back their demands. Three neiv principals appointed The appointment of three new principals has been an- nounced by Dr. G. B. Probe director of personnel for Leth bridge public schools. Erwin Feller will assume the prmcipalship of Allan Watson Element aryy School on July 1 replacing John Watson, who is retiring. Mr. Fellner is now vice principal of Allan Watson. Elton Tanne mil become principal of Westminster Ele- mentary Sclwol, replacing Jim Wishart, who will retire at the end of the current school year Mr. Tanne lias been principa of General Stewart Schoo since 1967. I n addition, Larry Yanicl will move from a position as as teacher at Lakeview Ele- mentary school to tire post o acting principal at George Me Killop School for a one-year term. lie replaces Gordon Lowe who is taking profes sional development leave for a year. Tikes Hike postponed to April 15 The Optimist Club's 1972 Hike for Tikes has been postponed until Saturday, April 15 duo to adverse road conditions, it was announced today. The hike, in wluch persons of all ages will walk the 2fi miles from Lethbridgc to Picture Bulle through Coaldale, raises money according to the number of miles entrants walk. Sponsorship forms are still available from club members and most banks. GOOD OUR DINING ROOM WILL OPEN II A.M. TO 10 P.M. DINE AND DANCE "The Moonglows" UNDAY Featuring "FAMILY DAY" SPECfAL EASTER MENU BRUNCH Served 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. rv rur TRAnmorJ wmrnw HO illy 'icsiauiant PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONSI They tad been working with- 011 a contract since Jan. 1. The dispute centres around wages and a cost of living bon- us clause. Since the lock-out notice by Catelli Ltd., a subsidiary of La- batt's Brewery Ltd., the work- ers have aired new com- plaints: excessive noise, heat up to 108 degrees in some pro- duction areas, and no company consultation about a proposed seven-day work week. Calclli had earlier accepted a conciliation award offer of eight to 12 per cent pay in- crease. The base rate for fe- male employees at the plant i-s currently ?2.09 per hour and lor male employees. Easter vacation on Students in Lethbridge schools are a 10-day Easter break. Doors to the city's schools close Friday and will re-open on April 10. The Lethbridge Community College and the University of Lelhbridge were closed on Fri- day for a one-day Easter re- cess, but will resume regular classes on Monday. 2.69 C.C.I. MINI MAG .22 IONS RIFLE HOLLOW POINT SHELLS Box of 100. Reg. 3.30. Special COOPER TETHER BALL Comes wilh rope. A Reg. 6.98. Special PLASTIC GOLF TEES Package of 20 Regular 29e. r Sporting Goods 327-5767 DOWNTOWN mendafj'ons will be forwarded to Uie U of L General Facul- ties Council for consideration, he said. Prof. Boldt and Mr. Little- bear feel the university here is small, imaginative and new enough to incorporate their findings into the university sys- tem. Dr. Bill Uockcl, U of L presi- dent said the problems out- lined have never been fcciised OTI at UK university. For (.he past three years the U of L has briefly seaimed the problem but had not been able to cfo much about it. He said the project is "com- pletely valid find Mr. Boldt said the project is designed to ensure that Indians have input into the program hrough the advisory com- mittee. Two conferences including a h.Moday workshop consisting of Indian high school and univer- sity students are planned to get reaction and advice about the project The other conference will comprise delegates from the various Indian associations and organizations operating in Al- berta. Dr. Beckel said any changes incorporated as a result of the study's recommendations will probably be jointly financed by the university and the Indian affairs department, If the recommendations made are put into effect, Prof. Boldt predicts they will create campus conditions to make the Indian feel welcome, and be "relevant to tiis needs." PHARMACY FACTS from O. C. STUBBS Are you suffering from head- aches? Then you'll be interest- ed to know there are three <3J distinctly different classi- fications of headaches, and that each type of headache should be treated with different types of drugs. Mi- graine headaches are the most painful known. ____. 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