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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IB _ THE IETHBRIDGF HERALD Friday, Mny 12, 1977 01 lice 'workers from Canada in great in Britain By JICAN SIIAIU' IVn in KiYiior TORONTO (CPJ Cana- dian bosses tliii.k ihe English train I heir secretaries and ste- nographers well. English bosses Lhink' Canadian girls arc good workers. Lance Sccretan says that may be because it's often the brightest girls who want to travel. Mr. Secret an is in Canada recruiting girls who can type 50 words a minute, take short- hand ai. lhe rale of 105 words a minute and have two years working experience. He wants them lo work as temporary olftce help in London from April to October. He says in spite of Ihc high unemployment rale in Eng- land, there are jobs for skilled secretarial people. He is managing director of Manpower Ltd., the English branch of Manpower Business Sen'ices, a firm which sup- plies temporary help. They have offices in 35 counlries. .Mr. Sec-retail says a .sprin- of girJs has ap- plied in his firm for jobs in oilier countries, h n t his piraenl visit Is par! of a defi- nite, organized effort to re- eruit people. litiips to cruale in- terest in peripheral employees who might not o t h c r w i s u uork. Only about 10 per cent of the girls who applied in England Tor Suiss jobs ac- tually went to Switzerland. Aboul 90 per cent did come lo work for offices in England "We do it because tlia nmunl of business we do is governed by now many people we can supply (o employers." Tlie firm makes its money from fees paid by clients. William J. Coke, the Cana- dian vice-president, said-. "We're delighted when Eng- lish girls come here because employers say Uiey're better [rained, but the reverse is true in England." lUr. Secretan says the firm will guarantee work and will LEISTER'S Campus Corner By HELEN HARMS Andrews High School Coaldalc. On March 31. at a.m. and watched skits prepared by some of the kids. Included in our trip was a visit to City Hall where we wcre received by Syd Wise, twenty students and tiro leach-1 representing Mayor Drapeaii, crs from Kate Andrews High I and signed the "Golden Book School left on a nine day trip [or distinguished visitors: fol- io Montreal. j uy z yiP tour of Man Our bus to Calgary was sup- and his World, and dinner as plied by the Coaldale Kinsmen, j guesls of the City of Montreal and lo start us out on the right I nt the famous Helene de Cliam- foot, the bus broke down within plain dining room on St. Hcl- the first few miles. We were enc's Island, promptly supplied wild a new A tour of St. Joseph's Ora- bus, and arrived at the airport (017, and a Chinese supper at make accommodation ar- rangements for the girls it hires. It will look after pass- port details and offer advice on such things as what clothes to take. The girls must pay their own travel expenses and should have S350 to S400 lo (ake with them. "They'll make S55 (o sta a week, the equivalent of about 5100 here. Our work travel program centres on London, the jobs will be there, but we might be able lo arrange work in another city in a few cases." They can get work permits for April lo October. "Thats jusl so Ihe govern- ment can keep tabs un vis- itors. When you have a mil- lion unemployed, no politician in his right mind is going to say 'We're bringing people in to take jobs.' Travel arrangements can be marie to other countries as well, though some countries have closed their doors to for- eign workers. "Germany has had two mil- lion foreign workers, but Swe- den has rejected all foreign workers. "In .Italy and Spain they're outlawed because the state doesn't want competition from Ihe private sector. "Socialist countries will say the slate has responsibility lo provide employment lo the private sector. "In Cape Town, 50 per cent of the office staff comes from overseas." Mr. Coke says his firm would be interested in secre- tarial help who want to move from one Canadian city to an- other. Both men say the tempo- rary help business has been thriving in the last eight to years. They see its approach as an alternative to full-lime employment, which they argue is not a realistic eco- nomical goal. Retarded children visit the elderly CALGARY (CP) Twice a week members of a Calgary school for retarded children walk across Ihe street lo mccl friends. And, eagerly waiting their holiday, he said: are patients in a nursing lle s to VI: liome. The youngsters have bene- filted from the program in a surprising number of ways, says Christine Meikle, founder and director ol the school. "At the school we hadn't thought of teaching our stu- dents such things as how to operate elevators, hut (his is just the kind of thing they are learning on their visits." About eight children normal- ly take part, visiting specific nursing-home patients on a one-lo-one basis. They go for walks with their friends, push wheelchairs, and the boys lake part in recreational games. The visits are an important part of the school's program lo telp integrate its older stu- dents inlo public life, says Mrs, Meikle. The visits began on a regular basis last Christmas. The pi'tienls obviously aro used to the children. When one resident heard that his regular visitor wouldn't be coming because of a school come. He's a volunteer." WEDDING GIFT MONCTON N.B. (CP) The bride-to-be in Acadian villages is traditionally presented win a hand-made quilt as a wedding present. Made oE cotton lined cotlon wadding, the quilt is hand-decorated with colorful motifs. Quills traditionally had a practical out the harsh cold o[ Canadian winters now are valued as an im- portant part of Canadian handi- craft. BRENDA'S BEAUTIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 922 5 AVB. N. Phone 328-5882 j 1 Sed- ers UNOFFICIAL SUPERVISOR Now the decent weather has finally arrived, David vass heads far the river boltom lo see what's going on, and lo give a few point- to Allen Bailey, busy dragging ihe sewer. B. Waller Kerber, Pholo MOTHER'S DAY SMORGASBORD JOHNSON'S OF ST. MARY ST. MARY, MONTANA ADULTS CHILDREN'S PRICES in time to catch nur plane, which was (he first one for many of us, A few tears shed in the Canada's most famous restau- rant. Ruby Foo's, completed another long day. i A guided tour of Old Mon-, an a waterfront, a Kiwanis banquet, i Foiiowjng tne conferring v! ring off party and trips diplomas iwa and Quebec City by j Oj st excitement, but we all arrived (real was followed by a noon- J safely the same evening at 1 hour dinner of smoked meat i Dorval Airport in sandwiches at Ben's Delicates-' wiicre we were met by some.' sen, also world famous. Kiwanis members, press re- i Touring the harbor and porters and photographers. The Kiwanis Club, who had taken the responsibility of ar- ranging our activities and look- ing after our billets, supplied us with a bus bearing the sign Club welcomes stu- dents from Coaldale, which transported us to the YMCA where we spent our first three nighls. Our schedule was a hectic one, since the Kiwanians tried lo insure that we would see and do as much as possible in one week. Our activities consisted of things such as a ride on the Metro, tours of Place Bonaven- o, onn 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 a suga: to Otta' CN highlighted the remainder of the week. These two additional cities provided bus tours, visits to the Parliament buildings, the Royal Mint, War Museums. Academy of Science and Tech- nology, and City Hall at Que- bec City. A rock and roll party at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Al- bert Courey made the trip com- plete; a great success for all involved. As a whole, our week was en-joyablc and interesting, as lo the graduating Michael's Hospital School of Nursing, aud the School of Medical Laboratory Technology, there will be a re- ception held with Mrs, Julius Martin and Mrs. D, J. Royer in charge of arrangements. Receiving the graduates and their guests will be Sister Clar- issa, hospital administrator; Sister Mary oE Calvary, direc- tor of nurses; and Dr. U. K. Stewart and Mrs. Stewart. Accepting pouring honors are j Mrs. Douglas F. McPherson, Mrs. Frank T. Byrne, Mrs. R. l D. Grucnwald and Mrs. J. C. Moore. Assisting the tea rooms lure. Place Ville Marie, CFCF- wed as educational. Knowledge TV and radio, and the visitors' j and experience were gained gallery on the 45th floor of the from being in contact with Imperial Bank of Commerce. the Quebec people whom te Mesdames D. M Alger, Piaster Sunday was an enjoy- hear so much about, and wr arc Gregory, James Andcr- able day spent in the Lauren- now able to form our own Comslock, V.. A. tian Mountains at the cabin of; inions based on the friendly C'ra-v' Pomabac, D. Mr. Jim Wilson, where we hospitality shown us by French tang, ate, had snowball fights, Canadians. COMING EVENTS PLAYGOERS A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM THURS., FRI., SAT. MAY 11, 12, 13 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE LADIES' AUXILIARY ST. MICHAEL'S HOSPITAL PRESENTS PATIO COOKING DEMONSTRATION MAY 17-8 P.M. t.C.I. PRESENTS BYE, BYE BIRDIE MAY 17, 18, 19 PM YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE IRISH ROVERS SUN., MAY 21 AND 900 P M. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE L.C.I. STRING CONCERT I.C.I. AUDITORIUM-MAY 23, CM. Visit ihe CASSETTE CORNER Af LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. SPECIALS 3 in n Paclincjfi Mallary C60 Minutn Blnnk Cauchei.............. BASF BLANK CASSETTES LNC60 C60 S150 LNC90 .......S3.50 or C90 .......S2.50 LNC120 .-S4.50 C120 FOR LETTERS, BUSINESS MEETINGS, ETC. CIS Minuio Blanks 51.00) Wilh Appravod C30 Blnnki SI.49 Mailer Cnrfon CcmcMo He ltd Clocmcri (Non-Abrnsivo) Emply CnsicHc Storngc Boxes (Plnilic) .30 Each I rack only Prerecorded Cassctlei (ill lypes AM Typos nnd 5.95 Ws also itotV Palch Cords, Plugs, Earphones, AC Adnplori, Bciltorint, Carrying Cnsos, Empty Reals, Splicing Tripe, nnd Blnnk Root lo Rod Tnpp. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BIDG., IETHBRIDGE W. Ci, Sutherland, J. Mass Lucicn Ouellette, A. H. Krushcl and Arthur Smetaniuii. V 1 Wendy L y n n e Anderson, bndc-elect of June ]H. was hon- ored recently with a miscellan- eous shower. Hostesses were I Mrs. Peter Hale and Mrs. John Lacey, with the shower being held at the home of Mrs. Hale. aycees DUXCAX, li.C. KT) A one yenr experiment allowing v.-omcn (o ;oin Uic local Jay- rocs has been a SIHTCSS and member.1; hnve elected a 2) woman to their cxccu- Janu-n Alcock elected t.rcii.-iiircr Wednesday and is believed lo bo Uic first woman un Ibo executive of n Jayt.'cos j RI'Ollp. The internal ionnl organiza- tion was rocked Ic'isl Orlober when I lie local proup dncidcil lo allow women as members on ,in experimental basis Now. ciubt of I be Duncan mem- bers women, Shop al Hoyfr's tonight and Saturday for fine gift lhat are certain io Mom on her big day this Sunday, May 14lhl Hoyt'i will be pleased lo gift wrap all ifemi over free! Call 327-5767 for fret delivery! ROYAL ALBERT CHINA With Engraving of Mother Cake plates Bon bans Mugs Cups and saucers Cregm and sugari Polished aluminum phenolic bcuc cine! In A wonderful Moilicr qifl vjcjguslion Reg. 14.95 MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAl ISE; 7'i ql. Wr-il Btnrl Dncorafivn Sjnrjjnij TEA KETTLES Tr f, af- ter poui i An nlirnrtivo Mr.lh.-r's Day. 6.99 Super Henhh Cos) Aluminum Ruffrl Slyli! FRY PAN Cost on interior fiimk Separate control, complrl- cly imnierliblc for ca'.y washing. I M QQ ONLY CAMITS rONTtUU, N.x. IAIM Aui'khnrl I-'nivnr.sily sliiflnnl.s insfallcd n slnl ni.'irhinn In their rnmpiis Imil'linc HIOIT wnrc 121 rxlniniiirifnl ptTfjnnnrics nf (ho honl lust n sludiMit firnment official .said. A VERY GOOD SELECTION OF BASKETWARE Roll Raskols Bread stick Baskets Serving Basketi Sewing Baskets Picnic Basked Choir and Table Sots in hasketwora etc. SEE THE NEW FiGURINES aro plcosrid" lo offer o brand nw selection of these finn gift emi ji'iJ In fiino for Aolhnr'i Day qivinql COMMUNITY STAINLESS TABLEWARE Delightful palferni lo choose to suit your table mood and In qualily. A wonderful gift suggestion for Mother's Day HOOVER SLIM4INE TOASTER oN-1 king Fin a-1 inn ilyling mokri Hoover o beautiful, proclicol, full-time Inbls 70p companion, Complcmenls any decor. Toasling chamber holds two conventional ilieos or up lo 10 inchei wide. Browns toast evenly all over. 4 Q QQ Reg. 29.95 SPECIAL I O.OO ROSE BOWL AIR REFRESHER Sweetens and refreshes. Long lasting Irua flower O fragrance. Ai advertised on TV faa You Always Do Better At Just sny "Charge 11" or Koyt's own Charge Plan! 1 DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-5767 ;