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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW. If It It not convenient ID tee ui during Ihe day We art open Thursday and Friday evcningi unfif 9 p.m. fo ai- lid you with your travel ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328.3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, May 11, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 28 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BtDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Summer ii coming. Be ready a pair of Prescription Sunglaises. Trial scheduled but no one went UUI1L111UC3 111 LUC trial of six men charged ltdll OWduuW, allU Alexander, Burrows and Solty? causing a disturbance in a charged with assaul lic place at the El bodily harm to J o h r Motor Hotel cabaret March from the same incident The continuation of the Bloome and Wag scheduled for 10 o'clock were also charged with did not take place when in a dwelling house foi L. W. Hudson; Murray purpose of committing ar agent for the offence twice once and all three defence 10 and again April 15 lors failed to show up in incidents occurred at the The only people present this morning were members of home. Trials in two separate mag press and city police officials. There was talk that the e's court are currently under way for the a dis- had been scheduled Tor 2 and assault charges but nobody was sure. A spokesman from the magistrate's court said Judge Hudson planned to arrive at the court appearances have been made for the other charges, but further appear ances have been adjourned un in the morning but was busy in his office am! unable to do May 17 when it is hoped both current trials will be con Another judge was in to handle the regular tlu's morning at court and Judge Hudson had been scheduled to Kit in the readies cial court sitting for the trial the six men. Five men were federal charged with causing a bance in a public place and assault causing bodily harm following an incident March call at the El Rancho Motor Hoffman declared Wed- They are: Michael Lee night his candidacy for low, 25, of Alaska and New Democratic Party Kansas; Donald William for the Lethbridge drews, 20; Richard constituency election. 26; Louis Bloome, 25; Hoffman, a 37-year-old Charles Olson, 26, all of at the Lethbridge Com- College, announced his Swallow was also al an NDP social with possession of a attended by 75 dangerous to the public stemming Jrom the same city resident since 1964, the of three said he wants to Another American, M i "a different politician Waggoner, 29, of straight answers." He Alaska, was also charged he is convinced that the creating a disturbance In "is the party of the fu- public place and assault ing bodily harm from Hoffman, who ran unsuc- March 18 incident, on April for the city council Further charges year, is so far the only from related incidents on for the NDP nomina- 10 and again on April 15 Other candidates may an- [he result of what police themselves in the next termed inter-gang weeks. In a court appearance organizer Charlie Bui- 15, John David Baird, 25, said he could not announce 325 20th St. N. was date for the nomination, be- with the attempted murder the invited speaker has Jack Stanley Soltys, 21, of yet confirmed his atten- 8th St. S. following an at Baird's want to win this elec- Mr. Buijert said. nominated as the NDP Stop Mr. Hoffman will fight against Conservative candidate Ken Hurlburt and John Boras, the leading Liberal candidate. SCHOOL DAYS JjMU were 192.6 instructional pffD in Lethb ridge public last year. ifiWflE central coofing is a phone call awiyand STUDIO FIFTH OUENUE PJus flirrisTic 1 Includes: Btuh densing unit, 30 foot line FRAMING evaporator Enjoy it ARTISTS' CHARLTON w 9UPPUES j HILL GALLERY 1262 2nd Ave. Phone 710 5 AVE S fl Certified I Weekdays 9 lo 5-30 POLICE WEEK PROCLAIMED Canadian Police Week was proclaimed in Lelhbridge for May 15 to May 20 by special order of Mayor Andy Anderson Wednesday, The theme of police week is "partners with fommorrow'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 ore interested. Lelhbridge Cily Police have no special plans. Kerber Photo Separate school district will not talk locally The Lethbridge separate sehotl board has again bucked at the idea of withdrawing from the Lethbridge-Medicine Hat School Authorities Associa- tion in f a v o r of local bar- gaining with teachers. The board Wednesday night turned down another bid by Trustee Sieve Vaselenak to meet with their teachers to see if there is any avenue open for a return lo local bargaining. The board has been reluctant to oecome involved in talks on local bargaining until they re- ceive assurances that the Al- berta Teacher's Association will not bring professional ne- gotiators into the picture. The public school district is giving .serious consideration to bpjrgauiing on its own this year. In other business, Peter Hunt was named to a one-year term as head of the English depart- ment at Catholic Central High School. Ho will take over from Louis Burke who has been granted leave of absence to study at Trinity College in Dublin, Ire- land. I7oit take boards, see, and glue their ends together ChurcldU thespians in Banff Cast and crew of Tad Mosel's play Impromptu left for Banff today to compete in the pro- vincial high school drama fes- tival May 11 to 14. Thirteen students from Win- ston Churchill High School and director Lily Larter will com- pete against 10 other one-ad plays, returning one day early for the school's graduation Sat- urday. This is the first year the pro- vincial festival has been held in the Banff Centre, with stu- dents living in the residences during the festival. Workshop sessions under the leadership of Professor Gordon Peacock, Jack McCreath, Wal- ter K a a s a, Lailo Funtek, George Dexter, Phil Silver, Barry Hommy and Alice Polley will be held Friday and Saturday morning. Perform- ances, to be adjudicated by Gill Bunch of Victoria, are slated for afternoon and eve- ning sessions. CMC students visit employers By MAIILENE COOKSHAW Herald Staff Writer "I think visiting potential em- Week In Lethbridge. "It will let the employers know a little more about how the employment agency oper- ployers is one of the most im-1 ates, and it will help us in our portant activities undertaken by officers during Hire-a-Student said Bertha Mantler, a student placement officer at the recently opened student branch of the Canada Manpow- er Centre. Miss Manlier was comment- ng on the program where the placement officers visit busi- nesses and agencies in the city :o encourage Ihe hiring of stu- Jenls for temporary work. This weel; is Hirc-a-Sludcnl SM (LEY'S PLUMBING GtASS LINED WATER HEATERS SI10 INSTAtlED Phone 328-2176 CLIFF BtACK, Certified Dental BLACK DENTAL Lower Leva! MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG, PHONF she said. "We'll be able to give the stu- dents a better idea of the work- ing conditions in different in- dustries, and bo able to (el! them exactly what the employ- er expects of an employee. "We try to stimulate omplo.v- ment by letting the employer know what the student can do for Miss Mantler said. "Most are quite receptive lo 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 ot tiie 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 beforehand. "A lot of employers don't come through us lo find work- ers. Tiie- interviews give us a chance to let them know we're still and opsrr.ting Miss Mantler offered the same comment made frequent- ly in the Manpower office. "The students just don't realize we don't pel all of the job listings here. They should get out on their own and look. "Talking io (lie employers lliis week should brin.c in more jobs, plie added. Hiss Manlier, 2-1, is enrolled 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 how could we go on wilhoul her we gotta lovo hor ihol's olll 7.95 MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL Includes: SPRAY MUMS, CARNATIONS POTTED PtANTS Fuclisns, Muni Plonls, Rose Bullies, Hydrangeas, from THEFTD 19 SWEET SURPRISE................ I Z.3U lo ARRANGEMENTS .From 10.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 32? 6lli STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE {Faulty meter i J A faully electrical niclcrin.a unit at Cryslal Dairies caused j a pmvor failure in pnrt.s of Hie i downtown area late Wednesday f afternoon. The power was off for about 1 25 minules from Ihe south side of 4l.h Avo. S. between 3rd Kt. and Bth St. lo Glh Ave. S. When the mclering unit fail- ed, it tripped out one circuit at the 3rd St. K. substation. in her fifth year of education at the University of Lethbridge, and is working tor her second summer at the Canada Man- power student office She works primarily with gov- ernment statistics and records and helps with counselling "when there's time." Her work included mostly re- ceptionist duties and counsel- ling last year, which she also does this year as well as keep- ing records of referrals, place- ments and cancellations. "It gets pretty busy some- times. We get about 100 stu- dents every day, some register- ing and some coming back to check on any openings. We do an interview every 15 or 20 min- utes when we're really Miss Manlier said. "But it's an interesting job. I enjoy it." HEHTIIA .MANTI.KIl Do you hove merchandise to consign? WE HAVE A Free Pick-Up Service 2508 2nd Ave. N. Phone 327-1222 PHONE 327-5747 INSURED PUR STORAGE NEW YORK FURS< A04A 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-3276 This Mother's Day with n gift from tho vast selection available at McCREADY-BAINES________ PHARMACY LTD. CHARGEX 614 3rd Avo, S. Phono 327-3555 What is a boat' The Municipal Planning Com- mission spent much of its meeting Wednesday trying to answer the question. The com- mission's concern was how to classify boats in the context of the zoning bylaw. On the advice of the planning department, the commission members first considered classifying boat sales as sim ilar to automobile sales. Three were in favor of that classifi- cation and three opposed. The motion 'was defeated. A resolution was then sub- milted to have boat sales classified as similar to the sale Aging meet starts today A series of workshops en- titled The Fun damentals of Aging started at noon today with the annual meeting of the Alberta Council on Aging. Approximately 100 persons trom Alberta and Eastern Can- ada will attend the banquet to- night, where featured speakers will be Bruce H. Rawson, chief deputy minister of the Alberta department of health and social development and Pro fessor David Schonfield of the depart- ment of psychology at the Uni- versity of Calgary. Workshops which ran today covered community p 1 a nning, drop in centres, senior citi- zens as volunteers, and the role of the church. Workshops tomorrow are titled: pre retirement educa- tion, information services, day centres, and services in the home. The seminar will conclude with recommendations to the council, and election of the board of directors. All sessions are held In the main lecture theatre on the main floor of the University of Lethbridge. of any other retail product. The opposing commission members argued boats could then be sold anywhere in the city zoned for retail sales. The motion was defeated with only voting in favor. Another motion, to reconsider the original resolution, came before the commission. This time, the MFC voled five to one in favor of classifying boat sales as similar to automotive sales. The entire exercise was prompted by an application from Harker's Marine Service Centre Ltd. to establish a ma- rine shop at 428 5th St. S The commission had to decide U boat sales should be allowed at that location. The decision would have been relatively simple had boats and other recreation ve- hicles been included in the zon- ing bylaw. With the automotive classifi- cations, the application could not be considered, since auto- mobile sales are not allowed at the requested location. The applicant was instructed to apply to have a classifica- tion for motorized recreational vehicles put into the Zoning by- law. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5lh SI. S. Phone 326-4095 HOYT'S HAS THE NEW 72 SUNBEAM LAWN MOWERS Choose from Twin Blade or Single Blade with Or wirhout Grass Bags. 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