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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta October 1970 THE LETHARIPGE HERALD IS tULl BEFORE THE STORM Members of the Catholic Central High School students council pause for a moment before striding into the years heavy schedule of Top left io right are Elaine treasurer Marian secretary and Terese convenor left to Greg president Don vicepres ident and Gary CN1B Catering Plan Serves Daily s EDMONTON In small lunch counter manned by a blind person was opened by CNIB at a plant in Cooking was done on a liol plate and dishes were washed in a makeshift Pea lea and cake were sold at five cents 1 Soon other small counters be gan to appear in To bacco and candy stands man ned by blind persons were seen in hospitals and public build ings on street vending kiosks dispensed pa pers and When the depression industrial employment opportu nities were especially for blind but low cost meals were the order of the day and concession stands and cafeteria service developed rap idly for director of ca tering was Douglas Strong who began with the Catering department as a manager and cashier and helped build it into one of Canadas largest cater ing He was suc ceeded last year by Bruce former manager of the Ontario catering renamed OaterP 1 a n the CNIB catering program has grown to a total of 531 ex ecutive dining rooms and other employing a total of al most 700 blind people and sighted At any tune of the day or youll somewhere in a CaterPlan unit in op since service extends from coast to coast and adapts to the specific needs of an in a a college or any other kind of Tt is estimated that CaterT Plan serves more than Canadians Every 24 hours over million sales are made of beverages and sundries at shift changes and cof fee Some idea of the volume of meals served by a single Cater Plan unit can be gained by the Winston Churchill Holds Awards Day Honor students were recent ly recognized during awards day at Winston Churchill High Recipients of the awards were Hoyta Hardware for best drafting Kerry Banack Bnai Brith Lodge for highest secretarial Helen Atezei and highest accounting Alan Harrold Sicks Lelh brldge Brewery for best student who plans on attending Grade 10 Corrine Messmer Grade Elaine Grade Vrl end Campbell Clinic Award for highest average in language social Grade Rennle and Grade Darcy Hamilton Smiths Color TV for htghesl average In mathematics 22 and science Alan FilkowskI Lethbridge Labor Club for best Grade 10 student SadieJane Grade Grade Helen Meiel North Lethbridge MoTires for high est average In mathematics and phy sics Alex Kogler French govern ment for French 10 Susan Pilt and French Tanaka Gilbert Paterson for best all round student In Grade Elaine Tanaka Reith man and Hudson for best art Irene Schmidt El Rancho for highest average In social and engllsti 30 Judy Kroplnak and chemistry and phy sics 30 David Vrtend Automatic Electric for highest average in mathe matics and science Elaine Tan aka Phils Restaurant and Pancake House for best home economics stu dent In Linda Christie Canada Packers for student with highest stand ing who shows evidence of furthering David Vriend Frasers Fabric for best student In fabrics and Marlln Jang Ki wanis Club of Green Acres for a de serving Grade 12 matriculation stu Dee Brooks Harry HIga Award for most Improved student in Stan Jack and Neil Les Walker Memorial Trophy for best iale athlete In Lance Brown id Doug Nakama Klmura5 Sporting Centre for best female ath Ursula Witike and WCHS faculty award for Miss Churchill Yano slk Beres and Ron La THE MAN WHO MADE MORNINGS BEARABLE Max Fergus ens early morning ndia show mode ihe morning bearable for Canadians across the During the past eight Ferguson has created over plus legendary characters as Granny and Marvin Week end Magazine asked Ihe CBC humorist to pick out a few of his This Saturday youll be able to enjoy four of Fergusons best satirical IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE LADIES KEEP FIT CLASSES The Parks and Recreation Department wishes 1o an nounce that the 1970 ladies Keep Fit Program will be held at the following schools GILBERT PATERSON SCHOOL Monday Evenings Monday 5 1970 II GALBRAITH SCHOOL Thursday Evenings Thursday 8 1970 All Indies interested in taking this program moy regis ter at the school on opening REGISTRATION FEES for 10 sessions before Christmas for 12 sessions after or for ihe season 22 sessions For further information regarding the Keep Fit eon tad Ihe Porks and Recreation Department Office at Local 236 Ann Lander BEAR ANN LANDER After six years of marriage and two adopted I became We were I miscarried in the fifth month and it broke my heart to lose that What I am writing is the stupidity and thoughtlessness of friends and my own A nurse who attended me made this statement its a At least when you have a baby you have something to show for the This way you go through all that and leave the hospital 1 didnt need HER to tell me what I was When my mother came to see me she sat for one full hour describing in detail the miscarriages and stillborn babies she had Then she went on to report on every other mem ber of the family who had a Her parting words What happened to you is very my My first day home a neighbor asked Was it a boy or a girl I didnt inquire and dont want to Ann tell people to stay off the subject of the pregnancy when they talk to a woman who has Nothing they can say will Only time can heal the DEAR One of the principal aims of this column is to You have helped and I thank ANN LANDERS I am writing this letter on a We have been on the runway for 55 The problem is Several passengers are behaving cursing at the demanding a third making obscene Dont these fools realize that the boys in the control towers are doing their level best to protect the lives of their passengers Tell the morons will 270 DEAR 270 The morons dont so why bother 1 always travel with a briefcase full of When I get stuck I relax and enjoy it and use the time following daily statistics for a Canadian university galions coffee CO gallons hot chocolate 20 gallons YOU CAN OWN A beautiful Wainut 52 YAMAHA GRAND PIANO Regular FOR ONLY ONE ONLY TRAPS TAKEN BAILEYS KEYBOARD 312 8th STREET SOUTH Phone 3270025 Evenings 3270083 Bad Color AP Republican Edith one of the few women to run for cir cuit judge in had a prepared consolation remark when she saw she was losing the race at Ill just tell them I look terrible in black robes she soup 80 gallons pop drinks hamburgers Registered blind people vho are employed by CaterPlan Ser vices earned last year Profits from the operation go toward the CNIBs for rehabilitation of the blind and the prevention of AN AVERAGE Ths average time for a baby to learn to walk is 13 to 14 but it may be anywhere from 10 to 18 THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes f3 Thats funnymy secretary likes Miss Green at the switchboard likes the blonde in the stock room likes peanut but I can never remember what you H a 11 i n swa r t h A Ladies Fashion Store filled with nothing but bargains every day With over 30 stores in our chain we find thousands of items during the left over from broken assortments seasonal which create a stock control we have converted our COLLEGE MALL STORE into a YearRound Giant Bargain and will keep it stocked only with clearance But at such fabulous prices that now you can save on your clothing budget to an extent you would not before have believed possible every day Look at these for just a sampling of the savings ycu will find at our BARGAIN BAZAAR RAINCOATS SEASONAL VALUES TO PANTS SEASONAL VALUES TO PANTSUITS SEASONAL VALUES TO HO DRESSES SEASONAL VALUES TO s 5 SPRING COATC SEASONAL VALUES TO SS25 DRESSES Italian Knit SEASONAL VALUE 7 FALL COATS Broken assortments From Normal Values UP TO 30 SUMMERSUN PLAYWEAR Dozens of 1 CARRY NO EXCHANGES REFUNDS Hollinswarth COLLEGE MALL CENTRE NEW IN CENTRE VILLAGE MALL ;