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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta y JjlanJs A. f. CROSS for Custom Framing PHONE 327-2673 The Letttbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, May 4, 1970 PAGES 11 TO 18 RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 75 PEOPLE Friendship Centre Open The Lethbridge Friendship Centre is officially open for bus- iness. Rose Yellow Feet, director for the centre was on hand to unlock the doors for the people of south Alberta, both native and non-native. The centre is located in the former Trianon Dance Hall at 1st Ave. and 5th St. S. All people are welcome to visit the centre during the hours of operation set at 10 a.m. to 12 noon and p.m. to p.m. six days per week. Boy Injured A five year old Lethbridge toy, Stewart Garnet Nyqiiist oi 1012 7th Ave. S., is in satisfac- tory condition in St. Michael's General Hospital after being in collision with "a car at 7 p.m. Saturday. The boy received head in- juries in the accident. Driver of the car was John Maynard Eoelofs of 271a 7th Ave. A. S. CLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. JBLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Saturdays Iwningi by Appointment PHONE 327-3821____ TT 1 TWO-MAN ART SHOW DON FRACHI A. C. UIGHTON UNTIL vMAY Wh JOSEPH PUPP, RECEIVES AWARD FROM JEROME ROBB1NS, LCC BOARD CHAIRMAN Review Of Union Negotiations Scheduled For Council Meeting By RIC SWIHART Herald Writer Delegations, one a represen- tative of local Canadian Union of Public Employees in regard to wage negotiations, and the other in connection with tenders for North Leth- bridge sewage treatment plant equipment are scheduled for dty council meeting tonight. A. (Nap) Milroy, CUFE rep- presentative will appear to re- view the status of current con- tract negotiations between the city and its outeide workers Local 70 represente 115 full- time and 100 casual outside city workers. The union voted '.5 per cent on strike action the first week ic Apnl. N. JR.. B. Caple of Under- wood, McLellan and Associ- ates will ask city council to okay a tender for for equipment for the North Leth- bridge sewage plant. In his letter, Mr. Caple said since a portion of the financing for this project will be obtain- ed from Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, council's acceptance should be subject to CMHC concurrence and ap- proval. He said notification to the successful tender should be given as soon as possible with a request that they proceed with detailed shop drawings, o avoid delay in the comple- ion of the final working draw- ings for construction. John A. Hammond, who has accepted the job of city solici- tor, has advised the city he is prepared to begin his duties June 1. College Graduation Held Saturday Joseph Pupp of Lethbridge the "most outstanding student wnum was awarded the Lethbridge m fte college Gordon cmton Award and piaque, Community College Scholarship of at LCC convocation ceremonies Saturday. Mr. Pupp was a second-year graduate in business admini- stration The award is made to Army, Novy and Air Force 34 BINGO IN THE CLUBROOMS Tuesday, May 5th JACKPOT in S! Not.' For and Their Gutlft! The New look ot Chinook "OFFICE FURNITURE SHOWROOM" offering a complete selection of office furniture for every tarte and budget CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13th Street N. Phone 327-4591 the "most outstanding student in the college year." A total of 132 graduates re- ceived their diplomas during the ceremonies 'held in South- minster Church Featured speaker for the oc- casion was Fred 'Jorgenson, president of the Southern Al- berta Institute of Technology at Calgary. Other awards presented at the convocation were as fol- lows. William Asbury Buchanan Bursary, WOO) to Victor LCC stu- dents' Council Scholarship, (S300) to Gerald Lamond; Gyro Club, (S10S) to Richard GilUs; Fred Ellord Schojar- ship, David Watts; LCC Faculty Wives' Association to Wendy LCC Faculty Scholarship Associa- tion awards of were presented to Larry Svoboda, Keith Mavis Coslovl, Gary HudaK, Michael Ballnt, Robert Harris. LCC Faculty Scholarship Associa- tion awards of 530 were presented to Sandra Hawes, Alvin Adachi, Alfred Baerg, Eric, Caillcotr, Allan Bally. School of Nursing Award was won by Nancy Rutt. School of Agricul- ture Award of vras won by Jack Kublk. Klwanls Club Bursary Leon- ard Danforth; Watkinson, Hanhart and Duda Chartered Accountanfs Schol- arship Leonard Danforfh; Bige- low-Fowler Clinic Award Aigl oeia 0141110 Phi Award to Dallas The Lethbridge Herald (CJOC) Award William Kerr; Purity Bottling (1967) (S150J, Gordon Clifton. Student" Assistance Board Award (S50 William Kerr, Eric Quin- ton. Pat Asplund, Cliff Robertson, Ver- non Carr, LeRoy Gourley, Murice Mas- kill, Agnes DerkEfn, Diane Alston, Judy Schoenlng, Leonard Danforth, rald Lamond, Don Tworowskl, Mil- d Cook, Josepfi Pupp, Reginald Ger dred oo, osepi up, Stewart, David Lcewen, Victor Staple- ton, saima Fomradas, Richard Gillls, Gary Hudak, Michael Ballnt, Janice aons of Canada, Lethbridge Ltd. Award Barbara Haibeck; Sicks' Lethbridge Brewery Award Barbara Haibeck, Haig Clinic Award and a bronze Agnes Derk- a Award Judith Walker. Lcfhbrldge Broadcasting Ltd. mrc. Award (trophy and Gordo Clifton. Morton Steel Works Ltd. Award ames Stewart; Welders Supplies Lt sen; Campbell Clinic Judy Schoenlng. Award James Stewart; Welders Supplies Ltd. Award (trophy and helme, Patmarchuk; Union Milk Division Dennis Acklands Ltd. Award (box and Turman. amrc Silverwood Dairies Ltd. Award trophy and Gordon Clifton. Canadian Western Natural Gas Com- pany Award Eric Qulnton; Scott National Company Ltd. Wallace CD lien; Noble Cultivators Ltd. Award James Stewart; Baalim Wholesale Ltd. Award Harold Mercer; Southern Albwta and Crtjws- nest Branch of Canadian Restau- rant AssocIatlorTttrophy and Eric Quintan; Prairie Ditching Com- pany, Lethbridge plus Carol Symphony Performs At Yates The Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will per- form three motets tonight at at the Yates Memorial Centre. The motets The Hymn of Praise, Bach's Jesu, Priceless Treasurer, and Schutz's Psalm 150 will mark :he fourth concert of the 1969- 70 Lethbridge Symphony As- sociation series. Featured soloists in the first work will be tenor Walter Goer- zen and soprano Ann Rogers, Mary Thomson and Evelyn Mills will be heard in a duet. The Schutz composition will feature a double brass choir and additional voices from the S o u t h minster Church Senior Choir. Conductors for the concert are Wilfred. Woolhouse and Tom Lavers. Tickets will be available at the Yates box office preceding the performance. Recreation Field Changes Stressed The Oieme, The Challenge of j The keynote address was de- Change, was explored by ap- Evered by Jack Boddington, proximately 70 delegates to the director of revenue programs 1970 Alberta Recreation and for Edmonton Parks Association Spring Con- ference held ,in Medicine over the weekend. Mother Chosen For Service Mrs. Ba'belle Haworth has been chosen to represent Cam- djan Silver Cross mothers Mon- day evening at the memorial services commemorating the 25th anniversary of the libera- tion of Holland. Her son, Donald L. MMon, who served with the 5th Anti-tank Regiment, (4th Div.) was killed in action November 2, 1944. He was 21 years old. He is buried in Bergen op Zoom, Canadian War cemetery in Hol- land. Besides his .mother, three sis- ters and one brother, he is sur- vived by a son, Earle. Commemoration services be- gin at the cenotaph in Gait Gar- dens at 7 p.m. He asked delegates to con- Hat sider the areas of change in the recreation field and attempt an evaluation of the current state of affairs in this area. Two specific areas singled out for attention were tourism CANADA'S FINEST 20% Off SWP OUTSIDE PAINT All COIORS A100 EXTERIOR LATEX ALL COIORS LINSOLENE-SHINGLE PAINT LINSEED OIL BASE ALL COIORS NOTICE WE STOCK OVER 200 PATTERNS OF WALLPAPER Sherwin-Williams Paint and Wallpaper 321 6th St. S. Ph. 327-8321, 327-0211 COLD FUR STORAGE Call 327-4348 for Rapid Pick-up CANADIAN FURRIERS Paramount Theatre Building and pollution. A speech pre- pared by Ed Bryant, director of the Alberta Government Travel Bureau, pointed out that tourist facilities must be built with consideration given to the fact that they will be used by visitors, as well residents of the province. Resolutions passed at the conference dealt with such as- pects of pollution. as non re- turnable bottles and the influx of all terrain vehicles into wilderness areas. YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD PHARMACIST lev ihould a DEAR DAD and the KIDS: Remember Mother on her day wilh Cosmetics and Laura Scco-d Candies, com- plemented by a Rust Craft card, all avail- able at Draffin's. P.S. WE GIFT WRAP FREE. See you soon, Red and George DRAFFIN'S DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS DOWNTOWN ROD 3S7-3Z79 DISPENSARY GEORGE 3214131 LETHBRIDGE REFRIGERATION LTD. REFRIGERATION ond AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE Phone 328-4333 Send 'Her FLOWERS THIS MOTHER'S DAY MAY 10th ORDER NOW ctrams ovver Shop Moduli Hotel Bldg, MHMM 317-1511 Mr. Hammond will be paid S13.600 per annum with >er month unvouchered ex- ses. He will be allowed ear expense. Fred Pritchard, the present solicitor who is working on a rart lime basis, wiil work ,vith Mr. Hammond for several months in a phasing in pro- gram. St Michael's General Hospi- tal, -will make a request to council tonight for a supplementary grant The grant would cover the deficit incurred by the hospital in 1969. Council is expected to amend a bylaw extending from two days to seven days, the length of time for payment of a city traffic violation tag. The atnoiximent is to twrmlt the issuing of traffic tags for additional offences to those al- ready covered by the bylaw. Leonard E. Rook, who has completed the first year of a two year course at the Olds Agricultural College, will be hired as weed inspector for [ive. months commencing May 11 at a salary of per month. Inquest At Pineher Creek An inquest into file March 23 death of Colleen Bad Kagle, 22, of will be held Tuesday in Pineher Creek. Provincial coroner Dr. M. M. Cantor of Edmonton order- ed the inquest when Miss Bad Eagle was found dead in RCMP cells in Pineher Creek on the morning of March 23. She had been arrested and placed in custody the previous evening on a charge of causing a disturbance. Dr. Cantor will preside at the inquest. mother Brown's TAKE HOME FISH CHIPS W.M. Dr. on 12th Ave. Family problems4 Families are facing many problems today. Separation, divorce, parent-child conflict, financial pressure. But with God's help, every family problem can be solved. Hear Harold Rogers, C.S., of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship tell, for instance, how a wife's understanding of God's love for His children brought her unfaithful husband back to his family. Mr. Rogers will share ideas to help you meet any human relation- ship problem. ChristianSciencelectiJre FAMILY OF WAN" by Harold Rogers, C.S. Tuts., May p.m. St. Auguilint'l Parith Hall lllh St. ond 4th Av.. S In another communication to council, the Oldman River Re- gional Planning Commission has agreed fully with the Al- berta lands and forest depart- ment that the island in the Old- man River presently being used as a source of gravel, be subdivided and is acres be used as a nature reserve. The ORRPC is recommend- ing the entire island be dealt with as one subdivision with the various areas designated for specific uses. A request by the Downtown Businessmen's Association to eliminate metered parking on Saturdays and to implement a two tour honor system of parking will be discussed at council meeting torjght. City Manager Tom Fergusos Indicates there would be no problem, in posting new times and replacement cards costing about could be installed in all meters in a couple of days after receiving them from the printers. The change would also mean amending the present bylaw relative to parking meters. Break And Enter Investigated City police are investigating a break, enter and theft which is reported to have taken place sometime Sunday night at Pro- Motors Ltd., 1520 2nd Ave. S. A stereo valued at was reported stolen. Entry was gained apparently by smashing the glass in the front door. A constable on the beat discovered the broken door about 1 a.m. Monday. WESTMINSTER DRUGS Weitmlntter Shopping Centre 13th St. N. Phone 328-7833 New Phone Number for Doctors and Prescripliont only 327-6969. FOR FREE DELIVERY Prescription Service Exclusive North Lelhbridgo 3evlon Dealer HOURS: 9 a.m. to V p.m. Monday thru Friday Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Claud Sunday and Holiday! SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT IMUTB UFFL.ER INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-9134 509 6th Avenue South MADE ESPECIALLY FOR CAMPER OWNERS EXTRA SPECIAL TIRE and WHEEL 9.50x16.5-8 ply nylon Rin-.-8" wide x 16V4" Regular Value Extra Special...... 95 NORTH LETHBRIDGE MO-TIRES Cor. 13th St. and 3rd Avt. N. Phone 327-3U1 "YOUR GOODYEAR GO CENTRE" ;