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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW. If it Is not convenient 1o see us during the day We are open Thursday and Friday tvonings until 9 p.m, lo as- sist you with your Ircwel requirements. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 3JB-3201 The Lctlibridtje Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridgc, Alberta, Monday, May 3, 1972 PAGES n TO 20 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL SLOG. 740 4th AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Summer is coming. Bo ready with a pair of Prescription Suncjlcuscs. SAIL HO Spring and early summer sailing on Henderson Lake is a common practice by many local sporls enthusiasts. Most1 sailors agree the lake, though a lillle small, is fine for sailing until it becomes clogged by weeds. Piclured above is an Enterprise sloop-rigged class sail boat owned by Ken Butler, 502 12th St. A N. The "E" on ihe boar's sails repre- sents the class, or specific design of fhe craft. The "KC" denotes ihe Enter- prise design boat is an international class class boats musl be built to meet special lenglh, weight and soil area specifications, though they may be constructed of eilher wood or fibregloss. An Enlerprise class sailboat is about 14 feel long and carries 102 feet of sail. Playgoers' Shakespeare Thursday The Lcthbridge Playgoers I Wednesday and Thursday for For Mother's Day! NEW! ENGLERT sold oul. Students from Lumi- breck, Tabcr, Stirling, Grassy Lake, Picture Bulle, Pincher Creek and Coaldale as well as the city high schools will at- tend. The Shakespeare production is the beginning of activities will offer the first local pro-1 high school students have been duction of a .Shakespearian play Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Yates Memorial Centre. The play, A Midsummer Night's Dream, will he per- formed in modern dress on an abstract turntable set designed by Cathy Evins. Director Dick Mells said the cast was attempting to show the timelessness of Shake- speare, and in doing so had made cul.s in the longer speeches and broughl action into focus more than was us- ually done. Mr. Mells said that Play- goers had always chosen large- cast plays lo increase par- ticipation, and that A Mid- summer Night's Dream also succeeded in involving young, talented people witli more ex- perienced performers in (lie production of a play. The matinee performances celebrating the Playgoers' Golden Jubilee next year. Juvenile leads in the produc- tion are Faith Johnson, Kirk Harms, Jensen Linda and Doug Smith. Some of the more w e 11-known participants are Ed Bayly, Willie Mathis, Lois Dongworth, Bill Matheson, Winstan Jones, Jack Warbur- lon and Frank Feathcrstone. Music and choreography will be done by Muriel Jolliffe. Cos- tume mistress is EUyn Mells and makeup will be done by Muriel Matheson. Tickets for the evening per- formances are available at Lei- ster's Music Ltd. OFY situation still confused VIOLETS Longer lasting blooms MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Marquis Hotel Bldg. By RUDY HAUGENEDER Jleralii Staff Writer This year's Opportunities for Youlh program "is a mess" says Deane Gundlock, Conser- vative MP for Lethbridge. He sLiid in a Herald inter- view this morning, "As far as I know, Lethbridge got 10 OFY grants tentatively. "I've had to look at a choice of 18 for review, and am cur- rently torn between six pro- jects. And then there's no real assurance that the 18 tentative projects will be funded." Mr. Gundlock indicated that Federal Finance Minister John Turner's budget announcement ,oday may have considerable impact on the number of pro- jects announced laler. I Earlier, OFY officials in Cal- I gary said between 20 and 25 I projects worth about S200.000 had been approved for (he Lelhbridge area. "I don't know who dreamed up this year's method of hand- ling OFY projects and I don'l like the way its beirg handled release the information before the media obtained it. The newspaper allegedly got this Mr. Gundlock said, the list containing successful 'Frankly, last was better. The OFY people shouldn't "beat around the bush, because ils hard on student applicants. "They've been kept waiting, waiting and left up in the air." However, he held out hope that Mr. Turner's "sunshine budgel" will provide more year's system grant applicants before Olta- according Lo Mr. Olson's secretary. money for projects such as the were set. OFY. The Medicine Hat News re- For more than two weeks The Herald lias been promised, by OFY officials in Ottawa, Calgcry and Edmonton, UiaL the Lethbridge area OFY list would be released "momentar- and often dates and times has But to date no release been made. Last week Gerard Pelletier, secretary of state and minister in charge of OFY promised to AIR CONDITIONING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd. For Ihe best buy in Air Conditioning Phone 327-5816 ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. S22 5lh St. S. Phono 338-4095 A TRIBUTE TO MOM "God could not be everywhere, so he made is nn old proverb that so very well expresses the thought of Mothers Day. For, to us, Mother is exemplified by thnl certain look on a woman's face when .she comes into our phar- macy lo finve n prescription filled for her siclr child. When fill IhosB there 11 nlwnys one extra ingredient that goes into the medicine container our prayer for a speedy recovery and the hope that the next time Mom comes in the look of anxiety will be replaced by a smilo. CAPSULES of WISDOM by ROD and GEORGE: "Label os lo Conlcnt" "Equivalent" "Generic High Cost of We arc nwarc of oil those terms nncl modern prescription developments. We handle your Hoc tor's 01 lip dirocls. Ou Srrvicn ment "Profe s cojihollocl by Aha. Provinci rescrip- onal Sorvito For" Cost accounlcd Agr Dy (lie lime mosl couples can afford lo have children, llioy havi! grandchildren BRAFHN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Hciif) Modicnl Bldg. 401 5lh St. S. 601 6lh Avc. S. Froo Delivery Cnll 3JS-61.1.1 CnM 327-33M polled that Agriculture Minis- ter Bud Olson bad announced thc OFY grants in his riding. The news report gave full de- tails including names and cash amounts. Mr. Olson's office this morn- j Pelletier's Ottawa secretary- ing said the release was an >l" embarrassment to the agricul- ture minister because he was to Restaurants not cause of food poison Most food poisoning cases occur at organizations not sub- ject to licensing and not in- spected by health authorities, Alberta Restaurant Association, Zone .1 president Peter Hale said today. He was commenting on The Herald's coverage last week- end of the association's annual meeting and a speech made by cily health inspector I. H. Fol- ter. Mr. Hale pointed out the new provincial board of health reg- ulations regarding restaurants have been brought about "pri- marily at life request of and with the help of (he Canadian Restaurant Association." "In fact, the Preliminary Sanitation Code for Canada's food service industry has been written entirely by a commit- tee of the CRA, which is re- questing that these regulations OFY with thc aPP'-v across he said. Most of the food poisoning Herald. However, this morning Mr. an all-nay meeting and was not to be disturbed. cases were not catered by res- taurants, he said, because res- taurant food is subject to rigid health inspection. Busy agenda faces aldermen By RICHARD BURKE ilcrald Staff Writer City council may need a prism lo deal with tonight's agenda. The spectrum ranges from a proposed study of local j lips, BarraK. Hillier, Jones and New arena on agenda n The results of Ihe arena fea- sibility study are in and will be left for council's perusal to- night. The study lias been three months in the making, with Ihe consultants, Phillips, Barralt, Hillier, Jones and Partners of Vancouver compiling the facts from numerous briefs submit- ted by local groups and indiv- iduals. The consultants first met with the council Arena Devel- opment Commillee, at noon lo- day. It is expected the commit- lee will come oul of the meeting wilh some recommen- dations for council to consider along with Hie results of the study. Some of the questions the consultant have dealt with concern the size, location and cost of a mulli-purpose arena. Three suggested localions for an arena with a seating capac- ity for at least people are tbe Exhibition Grounds, the Lelhhridge Community College and the downtown area west of 4th St. S. It not known at press time what the consultants find- ings are. Cold snap to stay Sweaters are in, bikinis are out for awhile at least as tbe weatherman has forecast con- tinuing dull, cloudy, cool con- ditions through Tuesday. A wealher front on the west coast is holding the present condiIons and they arc being complicated by a southeasterly moist wind and cool weather. Thc winds arc being lofted by the mountains and the cooler weather is causing thc rain and snow conditions in the foolhills. Official reports from the Pincher Creek weather office show 0.04 of an inch of pre- cipitation fell during the past 24 hours, to 5 a.m. today. Much of this was light rain showers interspersed wilh fine snow. Visibilily in the area was re- ported at three-quarters of a mile, wilh fog adding to the problems. I The lows for (he next few J days will be in the 35 degree range with highs climbing to the 55 degree range. Lethbridge Hire-a-Student office operated for and hy local students By MAKLEXK COOKSIIAW. Herald Staff Writer Rod Lomas, 21, has been nn employee of the Canada Man- power Centre since February, mul is Ihe newly appointed co- onliiKilor ;it HIP Manpower student office, which opened of- ficially this morning. Mr. Lomas graduated in 1971 from the University of Lelh- bridge with an economics ma- jor, and worked tost summer for his foitrlli year ,'n Walcrtoii, tillable to find a job for llio winter months, he finds himself "able lo testify that they're hard lo come by." "Thc Hirc-a-Sludcnt program is much Ihc same as in pre- vious he said, "but we starlcd earlier wilh Ihc develop- mental work (his year, and some aspects of Ihe program have been expanded. "Offices have been set up in Pincher Creek, Tabcr and Card- slon-Walcrlon, and wo arc awaiting vacancies in other areas as well. District offices will open later in thc month, Ihu ,slluiciil.s u'lio will man (limn have received traili- ng in Lclhhndge." A co-ordinalor will travel (o !.hc oltices periodically lo give idminislralion assistance. Thc iislric-f offices will operate mainly for high school stu- donl.s. The llirc-a-Sfudenl. advisory committee is responsible for jelling llio program going nnd lelping In ensure its success. Members on Ihe board repre- sent