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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J4 THE lETMBRIDCE HERAtD y, Mny 35, City's ]A gets grant from department oi youth Ilorsl Sdimul, of cul- ture, y o u I li and recrenlion, jmmmittTil Wcdm'yday the ap- Mr. Schmid offered lilllc hope lo another project in U'lh- hridge that had applied for as- nrova'iof agranlcifSl'.JOOlolhejsislancc but as yet had Junior ArhkTrnu'nl Associa- cciral no conlirmalion 1 The Lethbridge E x h i hi lion j The fair would relale lo fit- ness, crafts and the perform- ing arts, and would replace the agricultural show previously held in Ihi! building. i Mr. Schmid said Ihe govern- K. fm-i Board had approached the gov- i mcnl was at "unsure of Slot mem-1 for a S7.M grant to lhc but it was "not months. Mr. SHimid said that the choice of project would nol be subject lo approval by the gov- ernment. HP felt that the Achievers "have proven them- selves quite capable ol creating and a beneficial employment project. We just want in help them help them- selves." Gait nurses lo graduate Fifty-one students will grad- "nequesls for money should lie submitted belore September of tho previous year to be in- cluded in the 1372 lie said. "If there is any money available after the allotment of the present funds, the project will be considered. But it just isn't included in the budget as it stands now." Another excursion by the gov- ernment should have some feedback in the province soon. Kay Vergt, supervisor of spe- cial projects wilh the depart- ment of culture, youth and rec- reation, is currently in Europe on a three-week study of Euro- pean hostels and will return the beginning of June. The L c t h 1) r i d g c separate dance June 10 Mr. Verge was hi Britain on school board sailed through a at Svm Erickscn's Family Res-1 an invitation by the British gov- nine-item agenda in less than taurant j ernment and extended his stay 30 minutes Wednesday night. i Mr Andreachuk said the AI-1 in central Europe for the study- The board approved two bortii Hospital Services Com- His recommendations will be iiate from N7ursing next aciminislrnlor Gait School of month, hospital Andy Andrea- chuk told Ihe amalgamated hospital night. board Wednesday Itirtftrs] lllPPt I Hc said If OUt ill LI-1 i rol- jllnc are planned for June II at the Soulhminsler Uniled Church, and a graduation dance June 10 leaves of absence, set the dale i mission will increase its finan- included as a "portion of the for the June meeting and brief-' cial support to the Lethbridge i over-all youth hostel program, pol- i g h ly discussed the attendance pel- i Municipal Hospital by said Mr. S :al H i g h I S25.13G in salary increases, and i Mr. Sch icy at. Catholic Central School. No mention was mndc during the public segment, of the meet- ing of the public school board's decision the previous night to withdraw from the Lcthbridge- Medic'me Hat School Authori- ties Association. SI4.RG4 for oilier expenses. The waiting lisl for urgent cases has dropped to 20 from 44 in January, he said. This is partly due lo the new South- land Nursing Home. He said of the 150 beds at the SNH have been occupied. Schmid. irnid added that he a s especially glad to be able to visit Lethbridge. "In every delegation lo the department there are repre- sentatives from this city. I am most impressed by the commu- nity spirit and involvement oE LeUibridge citizens." PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT VOCATION 710 3rd AVE. S. A. E. CROSS STUDIO 326-0111 PHONES 328-0222 ALL READY TO SIGN Jean Boon, internal vice-presi- dent of Ihe Lelhbridge Community College students' union, and Jessie Snow University of Lelhbridge sludenls' union president, prepare lo accept a check from Horsl Schmid, Alberta minister of Cullure, youth and recreation. The is ;he first installment of a grant given lo the institutions by the provincial department lo assist in sludent summer employment programs. The U of L and the LCC have arranged for Ihe money lo be added lo Ihe Hire-a-student program funds. Mr. Schmid also presented lo the local Junior Achievement Associa- tion. Gty students to compile free book An anlhropology ot southern Alherla literature is hoing com- posed hy a group of five per- sons as an Opportunities for Yoiitli project. Prose, poetry, plays and es- says which will compile I he hook, are being ohlaineJ most- ly from junior and senior high school students in southern Al- berta. The topics and subject mat- ter to he written about are completely up to the authors, said Kim Kovacs, one of the instigators of the project. The group has already start- ed its collection of literature, and will soon have an adver- tisement campaign going for supporters for the book. At least 500 copies of the hook will be published, said Kim. They will be distributed free ol charge lo schools and libraries in southern Alberta and to some of Ihe writers. The students may be contact- ed at Sle- 403, 253 7lh Ave. A S. Schmid addresses Jr. Achievers By MARLENE COOKS1IA1V Herald Staff Writer "Art and culture are the only hope for this technological civ- ilization. They will be the sal- Brewed from the choicest hops and malt and pure Rocky Mountain spring water miWbeta valion of said Horst A. Schmid, minister of culture, youth and recreation, in his ad- dress to the Junior Achievment Association annual banquet Wednesday. About 150 youths, parents and city businessmen attended. "Art comes from the people themselves, and everyone is made richer and finer because of he said. "It is a mes- sage not only for the moment but also for generations to come." "Art is a basic part of man's being the visible expression of man the creator. It is a cure for ills and the key to what is being lost in the takeover denumanist technology. by "This expression is vital now, with this onrush of technology. Leisure time will do one of two things enrich us or destroy us." Mr. Schmid stressed Hie im- portance of providing training in the arts for those who show- ed promise, citing and incident where a talented young arlist turned prostitute, when her work could have "made the province He said the creative arts "put life into and said in many cases it could bo recommended as a treatment to such llu'ngs as mental turini illness. Top "The measure of greatness is the amount of care and con- cern shown for those least able to care for he said. le lo little He asked the young peo be more aware of "Hie things that make lite worth- while in Canada examples of trust, friendship, and working together. They are nol easily found anywhere he said. "They are something to guard and pass on to your children." He said everyone had "a place on life's and that even the young turned to older people for "faith, encour- agement and understanding." "People are the one resource without which all others are he said. awards Presentalion of trophies and( certificates for outstanding achievement was one of the high points of the Future Un- limited Banquet held Wednes- day for the Junior Achievement Association of Southern Alber- ta. The following are winners of the awards presented: Outstanding Achiever of the the Year: Bonnie McEweu. Top President: Rodney Hus- zar. Top Company ol the Year: JACO, sponsored by Simpsons- Scars. Top Annual Report: JACO. Top Vice-president Sales: Gerry Zatylny. Top Vice-president Manufac- Frank Vidmar. Treasuer: C a r o 1 i ne Finn. Welcome to the best in beer Welcome to the quality of Heidelberg, Heidelberg is brewed from only Iho best ingredients the finest golden barley malt, the choicest high prime Hallertau hops from Bavaria, and pure spring water, Welcome lo the laste of Heidelberg. So bright, so lively, so brimful of flavour il brings more enjoyment lo your drinking pleasure. Take your thirsl to Heidelberg today for a happy welcome that will never wear out because every 9lass is as crisP and satisfying as your first- Welcome to Heidelberg. When you're looking for the best. Welcome to Heidelberg THE CARLING BREWERIES LTD. Introductory Offer Good until June 10, 1972 1 WITH PURCHASE OF 4 GALLONS! ACT NOW- i LIMITED TIME ONLY! ouimpic siflin We arc now distributors far Lethbridgo and circa For OYLMPIC STAIN FERGUSON PAINT LTD. 318 7lh Slreot Soulh PHONE 328-4595 LETHBRIDGE Top Secretary: Michelle Le- Baron. Executive Awards: Orrig Gumming, Henry Warszawski, Rodney Huszar. Top Personnel Director: Judy Moncrietf. Top Salesman: Gerry Zalyl ny. Top Individual Sales: Gordon Ferguson. Top Production Line: JACO. Sales Finalist: Brian Forstell- School with Largest At- tendance: Catholic C e n t ral High School. A special Speaker of the Year award presented by tho Toastmaster Cluh went to Don Gcrla. Election results for the Achiever Association were: Brain Forstell, president; Mi- chelle LcBaron, vice-president and Caroline Finn, secretary. Delegates to CAK.IAC, the Canadian Junior Achievement Conference held Aug. 24 to 20 in Calgary are: Rodney Huszar, Frank Vidmar, Gerry Zatylny, Michelle LeBaron, Judy Mon- erieff, Caroline Finn, Brian Forstell and Bonnie McEwen. Local author in Weekend Magazine This Saturday's copy of Week- end Magazine carried in The Herald, features Ihe writing of a Lethbridge resident in its column. Jeanne Beafy is an Ameri- can cilizen and freelance writ- er, wife of University of Lelli- bridge geography professor Chester Bealy. Her article is a rebutlal lo the notion Ihd Ihe United States plans to take possession of Western Canada. She speaks as an American who finds it "ludi- crous" that Canadians should fear an action which the U.S. has never shown Ihe desire to perpetrate. Student job market Today's student Job openings as reported by the Lethbridge Canada Manpower Centre youth division arei short-haired busboys; bartenders, laborers, a youih witli tools to take apart cars, sugar beet labor, cooks' helpers, cabaret and normal waitresses; three short-haired hall-ton delivery drivers, a life- guard, a mail clerk with typing and experience with office ma- chines, domestic help and baby- sillers, taxi drivers licences lor which can be obtained by passing written and medical exams. With exception lo domestic help, all jobs pay at least mini- mum wage of per hour. The student job centre is lo- cated at 323 7lh SI. 5- or lele- phone 328-8164. GIGANTIC AUCTION APPtlANCES SPORTING GOODS FURNITURE All new merctiandite WON., MAY 29th HURLBURT" AUCTION WAREHOUSE Phone 328-4705 Special Jeans and Slacks 1 day Sale 500 MUST BE PR Featuring Pantf by Levis, Male, Gas tiglit, Cordi by Male, Pn; Flares. Bell Bottoms. Reg. Prices from 10.00 lo 17.00 SAtE PRICED FROM.......... 3.95 lo 7.95 Sim 28 lo 36 FRIDAY ONIY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. LARGEST SELECTION OF WESTERN WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA 308 ilh STREET S. PHONE 328-4726 ;