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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, May 23, 1978 Joe Montgomery Heads Scouting Joe Montgomery was re- elected president of the Leth- bridge District, Boy Scouts of Canada, at the annual district meeting Thursday. He won the election in a tie- City Man Ordained A Priest vote balloting, with the chair- man of the nominating com- mittee casting the deciding vote. The other candidate was former district commissioner Guy Sibey. Norm Metz was recommend- ed to the post of district com- missioner, replacing Alec Wurtz, commissioner for the past year. Eleven persons'were elected to tht district council. They are .Joe Montgomery, Ralph Tennant, Vern Olsen, Hugh Ol- son, Heikke Ojala, John Louey, Norm Metz, Bill Galloway, Chick Bichardson, Eva Cher- vinski, and Guy Sabey. An executive committee was struck, with power to suggest members of the district council to fill the posts of first and sec- ond vice presidents, secretary and treasurer. The executive committee consists of Ralph Ten- nant, Heikke Ojala and Chick Richardson. Special speaker at the meet- ing was Keith Robin, director of continuing education, Uni- versity of Lethbridge. He spoke on Effective Communications. A special service award pre- sentation was made to Guy Sa- bey, former district commis- sioner. Norm Metz and Frank Tinordi were presented with tie-tacks for completion of Few Affected By Loan Changes John Robert (Bob) Troman training courses. of Lethbridge has been ordain- ed a Priest in the Roman Cath- olic Church. He was ordained in St. Basil's Church, Lethbridge, by Bishop Paul O'Byrne of Cal- gary, assisted by Rev. John Shuster. Rev. J. Pa'ardi of Ed- monton conferred the Holy Or- ders. The new priest officiated at his first Mass In St. Basil's Church May 17, concelebrated with Rev. G. Marien, pastor of St. Basil's and Msgr. J. Q. Kil- lem, St. James', Calgary and Rev. J. Gibson and Rev. J. Palardi of St. Joseph's Semin- ary. Edmonton. The Sunday sermon was given by Rev. Don MacDonald of St. Joseph's Seminary. Altar boys were Jim and Tim Tro- man, brothers of the new Priest. Rev. Troman, is the son of Mr and Mrs. Lou Troman of Lethbridge. He was born hi To- ronto in 1946 and came to Leth- bridge with his parents in 1948. He attended St. Basil's School and St. Francis' Boys' School in Lethbridge and entered St. Joseph's Seminary in Edmon- ton in 1963. He will be assistant parish priest at St. Joseph's Church hi Calgary. South Grads At V of A The following Southern Al- berta students who have grad- uated from the University of Alberta will receive their de- grees at the university's spring convocation. Arts B.A.I Rodney Leigh Adachl, Taber; Rosemary MacGachan Allan, Lethbridge; Hugh James Arnold (dis- Lelhbrldge; Gall Esther Blckman, Lethbridge; Delorls Booker, Blalrmore; Duane John Credico (dis- Lelhbrldge; Mary Ellen V. Lethbridge; Denise Sandra Native Directed Communications Said Vital To Tell Indian's Story rsco, e Durfee Lethbridge; Wil- liam Samuel Goodman Lethbridge; Robert Burnham Kin Louise e Phylli Klrkham, Lethbridge; Sydney Alla Drown, Lethbridge; 7 .V HIRE A STUDENT The Chamber of Commerce-Can- ada Manpower Centre campaign to encourage businesses to employ students for the summer months is still under way, and several spots in Alberta, Lethbridge included, now boast billboards donated by Hook Signs Ltd as re- minders. Hook also plans to employ four students for part of the summer to repaint its Lethbridge signboards to white from green. Other sponsors of the project m Leth- bridge include the University of lethbridge and Lethbridge Community College administrations and students' coun- cils, and Lethbridge and District Labor Club and the news media. The picture shows student Ernie Stokes, (upper Morris Proscow, general manager of Hook Signs in Lethbridge; students Terry Steen and Barry Davids; Mayor Andy Anderson, honorary Hire a Student chairman; Wilf Bowns, Lethbridge chamber manager; Grant Pisko, CMC student placement officer, student Ken Murray; and Joe Pupp, CMMC student placement officer. _________ FUR COAT STORAGE TIME THE LETHBRIDGE FURRIERS PHONE 327-2209 Kllnger, Lethbridge; James Richard Merchant, Lelhbrldge; K a t h a r I ne Morgan, Lethbridge; Jackie Lynn Akeml NIshlyama, Raymond; Robert George Price, Blalrmore; Re- becca Jane Russell, Lelhbrldge; Dan- lei Imiln Shapiro, Lethbridge; There- sa Mary Frances swanson, .ciares- nolm; Brian Weltir Wlij, Claresholm. B. Mus: Albert Alois Krywolt (dis- Frank. Bus. Admin, end Cemm. B. Ctnffi.. Robert Frederick Edmund, son, Lethbrldje; Lipslnii, Leth- bridge. Education id. Dlplemii Mary Emma Schwarz, Lethbrldgi. B. Ed.: Sandra Gall Brummltt, Lethbridge; Danny Boyce Butler (dis- Cardston; Jack William Gif- fen, Lethbridge; Eric Jrnies dorn, Mosslefgh; Ruth Ellen Herblg, Pincher Creek; Darlene Florence Her- oet, Stirling; Karen LaRene Lmyy, Eardston; Diane Marie Anne Matlsz, Lethbridge; Jo Ann Mlsura, Coeman; Prlscllla Nanami Nlshl, Bow Island; Edna Helen Penner, Rosemary; Philp George Prato, Lethbridge; Mary Jo- sephine Rlnsdahl, Vmxnalll Mary Spoulos, Lethbridge; Elizabeth Strong, Magrath; Helen Akiko Tanl- suchlT Coalhurst; Kathleen Wright, faber. B. Ed.i In Induttrlil Arts i Boyd Calvin WoodruH, Twin Botle. Economics B. Se. In Household Economics: Linda Maxlne DIener, Lethbridge; Catherine Lynn Johnston, Lethbridge; Joan Elizabeth Marr, Twin Butte; Grace Akaeml Nlshi, Bow island; Rosemarle Janet otrhalek, Coaldale; Edith Leora Wray, Lethbridge; Tonl Charlotte Zb- bell, Raymond. Physical Education B. Phys. ft: Edward Thomas Btnnlngton, Brooks. Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sci- ence B. 5c. In Pharmacy: Jamie Edwyn Ralsbeck, Lelhbrldge._______ FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD By RIC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer FORT MACLEOD Pub- lic relations is important to any group of people and communi- cations through newspapers and radio or directed by na- tive people is the best means of keeping the story of the In- dian says Jim Du- cttarme, president Of the Alber- ta Native Communications So- ciety. Speaking before. 80 people at a banquet here marking the second anniversary of Kainai News and the first anniversary of Blackfoot Radio, Mr. Du- charme said1 the Indian people had something they could call their own when Kainai News and Blackfoot Radio were form, ed. "Indian talking to Indian en- ables the native population to better understand the he said. "Something the Indian couldn't buy or understand is the way me white community seems to color up some stories in order to sell the news. The Indian communication systems are not out to sell a service but to inform their readers and lis- teners so they can understand." He said as a result of rapiiJ growth in communications the past five years and the stress placed on education for the na- tive children, the Indian is now talking about things he knows and understands. By opening up avenues of ex pression with the branches o! mass media, the free speaking goals of the Metis people of the people feel Indians and Indian irganizations spend indiscrim- antly but all money is spent, the communica t i o n s end, only after the expenditures are loroughly researched. "The Indian is not raising the Merits Of City In Financial Post "The sun shines brightly on Lethbridge Lethbridge ex- >ands rapidly French tour- sts flock to Lethbridge ndustrial park has 600 acres Indians build mobile homes Where 12 per cent of beef raised. These are some of the head- ones in the eight-page tabloid advertising supplement print- ed in the May 16 issue of the daily circulation Finan- cial Post, one of.Canada's lead- ing business newspapers. The advertisement including tories and local ads, was prepared by the Lethbridge Eco- >mic Development Commission ar-i paid for by the City of Leth- iridge. Most city officials and busi- nessmen who have seen the advertising insert have express- ed satisfaction with it, and ex- >ect it to boost the city's image province added. are also served, he In the areas of grants to In dians, Mr. Ducharme said some THE fXCITING, COME ONE COME ALL! JUNE 3rd and 4th Lethbridge Exhibition Grounds 2 SHOWS EACH DAY AT AND P.M. ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON SALE at CAMM'S SHOES and FOSTER'S JEWELtiRY ADULTS S2.00 CHILDREN Sl.OO Grades 1-6 in lelhbridge Public Schools will receive circus tickets complimenis of local and district merchants and Shrincrs. taxes of this country 'but ask- ing for money already set aside these he said. "If Indian in this country could get a portion of all money designated for In- dians, the native people could get more for their money." Stan Daniels, president of the Alberta Metis Association of Al vlth prospective industrial do- elopers and manufacturers ooking for a Prairie plant site. Stories mention the fact that etail sales in Lethbridge total bout million a year, that ank debits last year totalled 1.2 billion, that construction ast year was valued at million and this year projects valued at more than nul- ion will be started. Construction this year, the Convocation At Edmonton The following Southern Al- berta students who are grad- uating from the University o! Alberta will be conferred at the spring convocation. Science B. sc. In Food Sclenci Valerie Ann Graham, Vulcani Brenton James Skura Colemon. B. Sc. Elizabeth Jean Dunn, Lethbridge; Patricia Ann Kost ia, Lethbridge; Cherlynda Gallli Livingstone, Lethbridge; Kenneth ROD- Murray, Lethbridge; Judith Mary oykes, Lethbridge; Dale Willian Thomson, Rolling Hills; Leona Ma Vander Woude, Nobleford. Dr. of Philosophy: Donald Gene Hrantz, B.A. (University of Califor lla) Arrowwood. M.A.: William Ray Towle, B.Sc (Alberta) Taber. M. Sc.: Kenneth Frank Miller, B _c. (Alberta) Agricultural Eco MUk Kenneth Wll Hams Richards, B. Sc. (Alberta) (En Lethbridge. Law Douglas James Evans Lethbridge; Timothy George Millar .....____ng B. SC. In Electrics Engineering: Robert Wayne Sun "f sc'inffihanlcal Engineering Pat Ick Soren Anderson, Spring Coui Ga- in Albert Markert, Gallon Ra Stafford, Carmangay; Gordon Stead Chemical Englnwrlng Larry Ross Gabert, Rosemary. B. Sc. in Civil Engineering: Ms. shall Opyr, Lclhbrldge; George Fran cis Saunders, Brooks; Colin Edwar Taylor, Lelhbrldge. Nursing 6. Sc, In Nursing: Ma jarct Ann Austin, Pincher Creek loyce Chalmers Lcm jrldge; Sherry Barbara Culler, Let! bridge; Susan Ruth Klrkham, Leth bridge; Carolyn Lelshman, Magrath Wlnnlfred Claire Mills, Lcthbrldge, Diploma In Teaching antf fen In Schools of Nursing: Loull Jea lea, Vulcani Barbara HiromI Todc story says, includes a Swift Can- adian packing plant, the Mara- lion Village Centre, a ,hon hotel development, secon- dary sewage treatment, nurs ng home, apartment construe ion and others. Also mentioned are the uni- versity of Lethbridge and Leth- bridge Community College con- struction and expansion, expect- ed to total more than mil- lion by 1980. The opening of a federal gov- ernment Industrial Develop- ment Bank branch in the city, he new Datatron offices, a rapidly expanding trailer indus- iry, agricultural development, the million Shell Canada Ltd. gas processing plant near Pincher Creek, Crowsnest Pas coal development totalling more than million are listed as some key economic factors in the city's growth. Twelve per cent of Canada's beef is produced in the Leth- dge region, the supplement s, and'livestock sales in the district totalled million in 1969. Western Canada Seed ex- pects million in sales for 1970. Total income for all types of production including farming, manufacturing and fossil fuel production in 1969 was VlUCll-ll J.Y1C1.1O >erta said the image of the Me- is people is slowly being changed through the efforts of commtaication. "The Metis people have con- tributed some good things to lie society and through1 com- munications, they are able to jrove it to the various com- munities." Father Dennis Chatain, co- ordinator for Red Crow Devel- opments on the Blood Indian Reserve said (he growth of communications in native or- ganizations are the backbone of the movement of native peo- ple. "Communication enables a dialogue between the leaders and the people, a commodity necessary for good leadership." Gordon Sterling, co-ordinatpr for rural development adminis- tration for the human resources development authority said many arguments over native people come about because of a lack of understanding. He said this can be cut down by using mass media, and the Kainai News and1 Blackfoot Ra- dio program are doing an ex- By JIM WILSON Herald Education Writer Government regulations con- cerning student leans and fi- nancial assistance have been changed only slightly, although a lew students could be affect- ed A recent story in The Herald suggesting students could get up to for one year if they were married was in partial error when it, indicated most married students would qual- ify- "It might affect perhaps two or three per cent of the students -said Jules Le- houillier, University of Letn- bridge student awards officer. Extreme specialized circum- stances allow the Alberta -Stu- dent Assistance Board to. give married students grants be- yond the usual ceilings for any academic year. The spe- cial assistance would be avail- able for financially burdened people including widows, di- vorcees or separated persons with dependents, and1 only when because of their specia circumstances they cannot be considered to have equal op- portunity with other students to complete their educations. The normal grant-and-1 o a n maximum for married students for one year who have de- pendents is special ci'- ctunstances increase the ceil- ing to The full student assistance structure is as follows: For single students: an inma loan of additional mone; split as half loan and half gran to a total of maximum as grant, and further funds as i loan to a maximum of assistance, per year. More money would be available for students attending a university with a high tuition. The maximum amount for a student's university career isr loan total and a grant total. For married students with out dependents: the same situ aflon applies, as for purposes of loans and grants they are considered single. Some adjust ments are made if both hus band and wife are attending university, since some of thei Lity Teacher leaving Post i j, expenses need not be doubled For married students wit dependents: for the husbanc an initial loan, plus addi Uonal funds split as'half loa and half grant to a maximun grant of plus additiona loan funds to a maximum o in total assistance for the year. If both husband and wif with dependents attend univer sity: the same system applies for the husband; his wife ma; apply as a single student, wit some adjustments. For summer school or inte: session: maximum for f least one credit course, an only if the student has attem ed university previously for full year or semester. The same loan an grant maximums app1 for married students. Sir. Lehouillier said it Is not commended that students fill the assistance application rms too early since neither icy nor the Student Assistance oard can know what the stu- mt's circumstances will be at he end of the summer: jobs ay not be as successful as nticipated. "The last two weeks in ugust is early he lid. Since applications from stu- ents planning to attend sum- er school this year or univer- ties in other countries are ven processing priority at resent, there is no time ad- antage for early applications or the fall semester in .Cana- ,an universities. MRS. ANNE COE Mrs. Anne Coe, a teacher at Hamilton Junior High School, will be leaving the public school system at the end of the current school year. Mrs. Coe, who was born m Lethbridge, took ail her public school education in the city ana attended normal school in Ed- morilon. An unusual aspect of ler 13-year tenure at Hamilton Junior High is the fact that she aught mathematics exclusive. r during that time. Not restricted to mathe- matics as isf as interests are concerned, she has also helped out over the years in tin school's musical productions. STUDENT SERVICES INC. Home owners. We Icmscoping t) Painting Fence Building All minor repairs and services Free estimates 0 Reasonable rates PHONE GREG OR 327-0872 or 328-7433 INVEST IN THE FUTURE USE A STUDENT RESIDENTIAL COOLING SYSTEMS CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-3388 U1 ad inserted by the City of Lethbridge asks developers to "Open up in C a n a d a's Go and include a letter from Mayor Andy Anderson terming Lethbridge "a modern progres- sive city and certainly one of the finest communities in which to live in Canada." The federal governments re- gional incentives subsidy pro- gram is also mentioned in the city's ad and elsewhere in the supplement._______________ n ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Metropolitan Bldg. SM-4093 GERANIUMS EXTRA-SPECIAL, EACH 15 CATONEASTER HEDGING 18" to EXTRA-SPECIAL, EACH 50' FRACHFJ GARDENIERIA Corner of 7th and 20th Street North JUST ONS MIIE'NORTH OF THE WATER TOWER. Phone 327-2768 ;