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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW. If It Es not convenient to see ui during the day art open Thursday and Friday evenings until 9 p.m. to as- sist you with your travel requirements. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lothbridge, Alberta, Thursday, May 11, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 28 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 740 4th AVE. S. IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Summer it coming. Be ready with a pair of Prescription Sunglasses. Trial scheduled but no one went Confusion continues in the trial of six men charged with causing a disturbance in a pub- lic place at the El Rancho Motor Hotel cabaret March 18. The continuation of the tria scheduled for 10 o'clock toda; did not take place when Judg L. W. Hudson; Murray Eihvoi agent for the attorney-genera' and all three defence counse lors failed to show up in cour The only people present th: morning were members of th press and city police officials. There was talk that the tris had been scheduled for 2 p.m but nobody was sure. A spokes man from the magistrate' court said Judge Hudson plan ned to arrive at the court late in the morning but was busy i his office and unable to do so Another judge was brougr in to handle the regular cases this morning at magistrate' court and Judge Hudson hac been scheduled to sit in the spe cial court sitting for the trial o the six men. Five men were initially charged with causing a distur bance in a public place and assault causing bodily harm following an incident March 1 at the El Rancho Motor Hole cabaret. They are: Michael Lee Swal low, 25, of Alaska and Topeka Kansas; Donald William An drews, 20; Richard Burrows 26; Louis Bloome, 25; ant Charles Olson, 26, all of Leth bridge. Swallow was with possession also of charget a weapon dangerous to the public peace stemming from the same inci dent. Another American, M i chae Waggoner, 29, of Anchorage Alaska, was also charged with creating a disturbance in i public place and assault caus- ing bodily harm from the March 18 incident, on April 17 Further charges stemming from related incidents on Apri" 10 and again on April 15 are the result of what police have termed inter-gang rivalry. In a court appearance 15, John David Baird, 25, of 325 20th St. N. was charged with the attempted murder of Jack Stanley Soltys, 21, of 788 8th St. S. following an incident at Baird's home. Stop the simmer! IfiMfflKcentral coofing is jutt phom call away and ortjr Plus Installation Includes: Btuh densing unit, 20 foot linesetand evaporator coil. Enjoy it now! CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 Certified ISfOHBC dealer The American Swallow, an Alexander, Burrows and Soil; were charged with assau causing bodily harm to J o h Baird from the same inciden Swallow, Bloome and Wa goner were also charged wi being in a dwelling house fo the purpose of committing a indictable offence twice on April 10 and again April 1 Both incidents occurred at th Baird home. Trials in two separate mag istrate's court are current under way for the causing a di turbance and assault charge Court appearances hav been made for the othe charges, but further appea ances have been adjourned un til May 17 when it is hopec both current trials will be coi eluded. NDP readies for federal election call Hal Hoffman declared Wed nesday night his candidacy fo .he New Democratic Part; nomination Wr the Lethbridgi 'ederal constituency election. Mr. Hoffman, a 37-year-olt teacher at the Lethbridge Com munity College, announced hi cajididacy at an NDP socia get-together, attended by 75 arsons. A city resident since 1964, the 'ather of three said he wajits to >e "a different politician giving straight answers." Hi said he is convinced that the NDP "is the party of the fu ure." Mr. Hoffman, who ran unsuc cessfully for the city counci ast year, is so far Sue onrj candidate for the NDP nomina- ion. Other candidates may an- nounce themselves in the next ew weeks. NDP organizer Charlie Bui- ert said he could not announce a date for the nomination, be- :ause the invited speaker has tot yet confirmed his atten- dance. "We want to win this elec- Mr. Buijert said. If nominated as the NDP landidate, Mr. Hoffman wil ight against Conservative can- didate Ken Hurlburt and John loras, the leading Liberal andidate. 192.6 SCHOOL DAYS There were 192.6 instructional days in Lethb ridge public chools last year. STUDIO ON FIFTH flVENUE ARTISTIC .PICTURE FRAMING ARTISTS' SUPPLIES GALLERY 710 5 AVE 5 LETHBftlPCE-MTA Open Weekdays 9 lo POLICE WEEK PROCLAIMED Canadian Police Week was proclaimed in Lethbridge for May 15 to May 20 by special order of Mayor Andy Anderson Wednesday, The theme of police week is "partners wilh tommorrow's adults responsive police re- sponsible Special activities during the week will include an open house May 17 at the RCMP barracks. Movies, tour and a chance to shoot on the police indoor range will be provided for those who are interested. Lethbridge City Police have no special plans. Kerber Photo Separate school district will not talk locally The Lethbridge s e p a r a t schocl board has again bucke at the idea of withdrawin from the Lelhbridge-Medicin Hat School Authorities Associ tion in f a v o r of local ba gaining with teachers. The board Wednesday nigh turned down another bid b Trustee Steve Vaselenak meet with their teachers to se if there is any avenue open fo a return to local bargaining. The board has been relucta; to become involved in talks o local bargaining until they ceive assurances that the A berta Teacher's Associatio will not bring professional gotiators into the picture. The public school district is giving serious consideration t bargaining on its own this yea In other business, Peter Hun was named to a one-year ter Churchill thespians in Banff Cast and crew of Tad Mosel play Impromptu left for Banf today to compete in the pro vincial high school drama fes tival May 11 to 14. Thirteen students from Win ston Churchill High School ai director Lily Larter will com pete against 10 other one-ac Dlays, returning one day earlj for the school's graduation Sal urday. This is the first year the pro- vincial festival has been hek in the Banff Centre, with stu dents living in the residence during the festival. Workshop sessions under the leadership of Professor Gordon Deacock, Jack McCreath, Wai ;r K a a s a, Lazlo Funtek eorge Dexter, Phil Silver 3arry Hommy and Alia "olley will be held Friday am Saturday morning. Perform nces, to be adjudicated by Gill Bunch of Victoria, are slated for afternoon and eve ling sessions. CMC students visit employers By MAKLENE COOKSHAW Herald Staff Writer "I think visiting potential em- iloyers is one of the most im- iortant activities undertaken by fficers during Hire-a-Student said Bertha Mantler, a tudent placement officer at the ecently opened student ranch of the Canada Manpow- r Centre. Miss Mantler was comment- ng on the program where the lacement officers visit busi- esses and agencies in the city o encourage the hiring of stu- ents for temporary work. This week is Hire-a-Student SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS IINED WATER HEATERS S110 INSTALLED Phone 328-2176 CUFF BLACK, Certified Dentcil SLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Levol MEI5SCAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONF Week In Lethbridge. "It will let the employers know a little more about how the employment agency oper- ates, and it will help us in our she said. "We'll be able to give the stu- dents a better idea of the work- ing conditions in different in- dustries, and ho able to tell them exactly what the employ- er expects of an employee. "We try to stimulate employ- ment by letting the employer know what the student can do for Miss Mantler said. "Most are quite receptive to the idea students have work- ed out well before and they are happy to participate in the Ilire- a-Sludcnt program again. "Some employers are a little wary of the idea, they've had students who just didn't like the work and quit. But a lot of that kind of problem can he cleared up by clarifying the employer's cxpcclnlions beforehand. "A lot of employers don'l come through us io lind work- ers. The- interviews give us a FRACHE'S TRIBUTE TO MOTHER! Remember Her With a Gift Of FLOWERS THIS SUNDAY! SHE .bears us SHE boars with us SHE feeds us SHE instructs us SHE corrects (when we're bad) SHE loves us (when we're good) SHE clothes us (with the aid of Dad) Just bow could we go on without her we gotta lova her that's alll 7 OC 1 ft onlj I U. MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL Includes: SPRAY MUMS, CARNATIONS POTTED PLANTS Fuclisns, Mum Plonls, Rose Bullies, Hydrangeas, from THE F.T.D. SWEET SURPRISE............ ARRANGEMENTS From.................... 12.50to 15.00 6.00 FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 6th STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE meter A faulty electrical metering unit at Crystal Dairies caused j a power failure in parts of the j downtown area late Wednesday afternoon. The power was off for about 25 minutes from the south side of -Ith Ave. S. between 3rd St. and 8th St. to Bib Ave. S. When the metering unit fail- ed, it tripped out one circuit at the 3rd St. S. substation. PHONE 327-5747 INSURED STORAGE NEW YORK FURS 12 p.m. No Cover Charge SUNDAY, MAY 14th MOTHER'S DAY BRUNCH Served 10 a.m. to 1 p.m, if SPECIAL FAMILY DINNERS Served 12 noon to 9 p.m. DINNER MUSIC 5 to 8 p.m. Featuring Valeria Horvnth and Eddln Gnnndt May wo luggest placing reservations parly Phono 328-7756 M THE OLD TTlAniTIOM OF WTSTFfTN HOSPITALITY ;