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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, May 13, 1970 Weather Sloivs Hiring Of Students The hire a- student program, co-sponsored by the Canada Manpower Centre, the Leth- bfidge Chamber of Commerce and the Lethbridge and District Tickets For Hostage Now On Sale Tickets are on sale at the Yates Memorial Centre box of- fice for two performances this week of The Hostage, the Play- goers of Lethbridge production which next Monday represents the west in the Dominion Dra- ma Festival. The Brendan Behan two-act- er will run Wednesday and Thursday at p.m. at the Yaies. The play, which won six awards and shared in a sev- enth in the Alberta Regional Drama Festival, opens the six- day DDF in Winnipeg. Director Dick Mells, plus cast and crew leave for tie nation- al finals on Saturday. The play had an earlier four- night run locally in April. Firefighters Elect Officers At a recent meeting of Leth- bridge Local 237 International Association of Fire Fighters, Lawrence Dzurcn was re-elect- ed president, for 1970-71. Other officers elected were John Sterenberg, first vice- president; John Wood, second vice-president; W. T. Willetts, secretary-treasurer. Elected to the board of trus- tees were James McKenna, Ray Petit, Harvey Jackson, Ed Kurtz. Serving on the labor manage- ment committee will be Ed Kurtz, Ted B o c Ii a n, Robert Deal. Delegates to the Federation of Civic Employees are Law- rence Dzuren, Joe Wood, John Sterenberg, Harvey Jackson, Mead, and Walter Glover. Labor Council, is making in- on student employment. Guy Sabey, a univetMtv stu- dent 'hired by CMC to co-ordin- ate student employment, said the present slowdown is due to lie current weather situation. He said the construction in- dustry is the main source ol jobs for students in this area and job opportunities in the in- dustry were down because of tlie poor weather. "Once the weather breaks, we expect a rapid increase ir the number of students placed in he said. "The students are eager for employment, and we have had no trouble filling jobs calling for students." He said 10 girls had been placed in jobs during the past week, with hostesses, ward aides and child care jobs the main source of employment. Twelve men in casual jobs, mostly yard work and display setups were arranged through the student job-opportunity unit in CMC. The unit is made up of four students from the University of Lethbridge and two from the Lehtbridge Community College. Four are being paid salaries from CMC and two from the provincial department of youth. Mr. Sabey said the employers in the area are being very co- operative with the CMC by reporting job opportunities re- quiring students. He said two of the students working in the student place- ment section were seeking job opportunities from the employ- ers in the area. "These men have called on over 200 prospective student employers and have reported that 90 per cent of them have either hired or are going to hire students for the summer." He indicated about 350 stu- dents had secured jobs through the CMC student place- ment service since the liire-a- student program got under way. "It is hoped that by the time the high schools are out the job opportunities will be wait- ing for the summer employ- he said, "But the weather is the big thing." WILLIAM TESKEY Church Survey Planned Research to evaluate wha the church means to tlie com munity and whal the commun ity means to the church'will be conducted by means of a spo survey throughout Lethbridg in the coming weeks. Sponsored by the Board o Home Missions of the Unitei Church this project is unde the directon of the south Al berta Presbytery. Conducting the survey will b William Teskey, 21, of Yor University Toronto. He will b assisted by volunteers from city churches and sociologist at the University of Leth bridge. Mr. Teskey will also be in charge of church services at First United Church Lethbridge during the month of July. Telegrams To Ottawa Protest Air Change .._.._. i nthki-irim riistrirt. tabled at the council Three telegrams, on behalf of le city, the Lcthbridge Cham- r of Commerce and the Trav- and Convention Association f Southern Alberta, have been ubmitted to the Air Transport ommittee opposing the joint pplicalion by Air Canada to il out of Lethbridge and by cific Western Airlines to take ver the Lelhbridge Calgary im. Steve Kotch, chairman for tie transportation' committee f the chamber, said the of- icial word was delivered after 'ndorsement of the chamber rief opposing the application vas received from city council Monday night. Mr. Kotch said he indicated in the telegrams the. opposing organizations in the city de- sired a public hearing at which documented evidence would be given to support the stand taken tions. by the organiza- South Graduates Three southern Alberta stu- dents are spring graduates from Ricks College, Rexburg Idaho. Brenda Pickles, J e r r i 1 y n Francis, both of Taber, and Peter Vee. Lethbridge, were among 877 students graduating from tlie college this year. He said H. A. (Bud) Olson, ederal minister of agriculture, lated the Air Transport Com- nittee is a quasi-judiciary body Pension Plan Sessions Set Tlie manager of tlie Leth- bridge district office of the lanatla Pension Plan, J., C. Bouchard has announced 'the allowing itinerant offices will be held: Blairmore, from 10 a.m. to p.m., May 21, in .he post office; Pincher Creek, 9 a.m. to 12 noon, May 22, in the town hall. Anyone wishing to take ad- vantage of this service is in- vited to do so. G. R. Stewart, field officer will answer quer- ies on the Canada Pension Plan, old age security and the guar- anteed income supplement. set up by parliament. "MPs don't have all that much to say in determining policy for the committee and the strongest opposition comes from individuals and organizations in tlie area affected by any deci- sion to come from the commit- tee." Mr. Kotch said, "1 intend to do all I can to have the LeBorde study done or else have some :irm do such a survey to deter- mine the air transport needs of The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE! 'OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO.! Lethbridge and district. "1 feel the Air Transport Committee will not consider our arguments unless substan- tiated by a professional view- point (LeBorde He said Alderman Vera Fer- guson is in opposition to the LeBorde study. "Monday night, some other aldermen sided with her and they can't justify to me why this study can not be he said. The LeBorde study issue was at the council meeting Monday night. "If the battle to oppose the application is lost due to a lack of proessional viewpoint, then all the work the transport com- mittee has done the past six months will te be stated. Any concerned individual or private businesses have until Friday to submit opposition to the applications. The address for any correspondence is 275 Slater Street, Ottawa. VM nun I IX> DUE TO PUBLIC DEMAND: We ore continuing our Grand Open- ing Be mn to take advantage of these Specially Marked Savingi. 15.95 Sale, Sq. Yd. OZITE per Sq. yd Superb. Reg. 4nAw per sq. yd. CARVED pei- sq. yd. Sole, Sq. Yd. ASBESTOS TILE Special, eoch Special, each LIMITED COLORS WHILE THEY LAST 8J8 10.95 10c 19c DUPONT "501" NYLON Reg. 10.95 per sq. yd. 6-69 PER SQ. YD. ROLL ENDS REMNANTS 1 p-jf- 1... 2 rrice or SOF WOK CARPETS 1007 3rd Ave. S. LETHBRIDGE "LIKE WALKING ON A CtOUD" Division of Falcon Floor Ltd. Calgary's Leading Carpet Contractor PHONE 328-5953 Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It's simple how quickly one may loss pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to your drugstore and ask for Naran, Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a day as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase does not ahow you a simple easy way to lose bulky fat and help regain slender more graceful curves; If reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, abdomen, hips, calves and ankles just return the empty bottle for your money back. Follow this easy way en- dorsed by many who have tried this plan and help bring back al- luring curves and graceful slenderness. Note how quickly bloat much better you feel. More alive, youthful appearing and active. BUSINESS JOTTINGS The Dowtown businessmen's association has announced a boat and trailer and camping show to be held June 5-6 in Lethbridge. The show is to have many displays of camping and boat- ing equipment, and a group of professional entertainers are being brought .in from Edmon- ton, Calgary, Taber and Leth- bridge; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Deimuth recently purchased Lyle's Hardware Ltd. 416, 13th St. N., Lethbridge. They have been as- sociated with the hardware since it opened about eight years ago. Postal Service There will be no letter car- rier delivery or Lethbridge sub- urban service on May 18, Vic- toria Day, and there will be no postal delivery and collec- tions from the street letter box- es will be made on the Sun- day schedule. The wicket lobby of the main post office will not be open and no wicket service will be given. However, the lock box lobby will remain open on the 24-hour basis. Stamps may be obtained from the vending machine on the west side of the building. FREDDIES7 WEEKEND PAINT BENJAMIN MOORE EXTERIOR ONE-COAT HOUSE PAINT In latex or Oil Base Our very best Reg. 12.95 gallon OiflO QTS. fcl WEEKEND SPECIAL GAL. BENJAMIN MOORE SHINGLE PAINT GREEN OR RED ONLY Reg. 7.95 gal. A QC SPECIAL GAL. H.iia BOILED LINSEED OIL (With your container) SPECIAL GAL. BENJAMIN MOORE MOOREWOOD Heavy body or penetrating stain. Paint your new fence or rough siding in one coat. Reg. 9.95 gal. C QC WEEKEND SPECIAL..... UiiJJ ALBERTA WHITE FENCE PAINT Weekend Special, only gol. 2.95 BENJAMIN MOORE AQUAGLO SATIN LATEX ENAMEl Ideal For Kitchens and Bathrooms Completely Reg. 12.70 gal. Weekend Special 8 .95 GAL. 1.55 QT. BENJAMIN MOORE VELVET FLAT ENAMEL Has ihe look of a flat finish yet the feel of an enamel. Ideal for every room in the house. WEEKEND SPECIAL GAL 7.95 TERMS CASH FREE DELIVERY FREDDIE'S PAINT WALL AND FLOOR COVERING 816 3rd AVENUE S. 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