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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO CITY DITTY San Diego, Anaheim. Return airfare from Calgary. 7 day 6 nights aecomodation Tours. Only per person. Based on double occupancy For information contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mail Phone 328-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, April 5, 1973 PAGES 13 TO 28 LETHBRIDGE OFFICi FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES m Local teachers welcome protection in emergencies Picking up Provincial legislation to protect teachers and princi- pals who authorize emergen- cy medical care to pupils has been welcomed by the Lethbridge local president of the Alberta Teachers' Asso- ciation. Bill Cousins said although the bill would be more bene- ficial to a rural or Isrge urb- an centre, its general intent is favorable to all teachers. "On the whole, the bill would be favorable to all teachers because teachers do act as responsible parents ARTpfETRIGH DENTURE CLINIC DENfAl MECHANIC Schwarfz Btdg. 222 5jrf 5r. S. Phone when the need does arise. would be more appli- cable in a rural or large urb- an centre, where notification of a parent could be difficult. "In a smaller centre, like Lethbridge, immediate notifi- cation of a parent or guardian is Mr. Cousins said. Bill Diachuk (PC-Edmonton Beverly) presented the pri- vate member's bill that would relieve a school official of the legal responsibility he could face if he authorized emergency medical treatment for a pupil in the absence of a parent. Mr. Diachuk said the bill follows the intent cf resolu- tions passed last fall by the Alberta School Trustees' As- sociation and the Alberta As- sociation of Municipal Dis- tricts and Counties. Icy roads are gone but not totally forgotten. One of the city's two big street sweep- ers churns down a residential street picking up the remains of winter sanding opera- tions. The spring clean-up effort nets some tons -of material about 60 per cent of which can be reclaimed and used in water main and other construction projects. Provincial court Businessman fined A Lethbridge businessman was fined a total of after he pleaded guilty Monday to charges of resisting arrest, and impaired driving. Henry Krahn, of 2228 28th St. S-, and his wife, Trudy, had also been charged with assaulting a police officer, but the charges were with- drawn. Krahn had pleaded pot guilty to the impaired driving charge at an earlier court Sight, Sound and Fury looks for volunteer help YOUR BUSINESS ASSOCIATES KNOW THE THREE SISTERS MOTEL IS THE BEST ACCOMODATION IN THE CROWSNEST! DO YOU? Jflotel COLOR TV FREE LOCAL TEL CALLS D.D. PHONES ICE NEWSPAPER FERNIE'S NEWEST RESTAURANT ADJACENT RESERVE FERNIE 423-4438 It's time to ORDER. 322 6th Street South FLOWER SHOP Phone 327-5747 Theatrical talents of South- ern Albertans are required for a historical production this The Association for Histor- cal Productions will produce The Sight. The Sound and The Fury from August 26 to September 3. Staged at Fort Whoop-Up, tile production will provide a colorful story built around the North West Mounted Police. Betty Sorenson, instructor of arts at the Lethbridge Community College, will be the director. President of the association, George Brown, says instruc- tors, commentators, conces- sion sales people, costume makers, handy men and wo- men, publicity writers and sound effects technicians are needed leading up to the ac- tual production. Any volunteers are asked to contact the Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta. SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental Phone 327-4565 McKAY "the name thai has the edge" The McKay 'Down-Jo-Eorih' ronge of ground wording lools ore mode wish tore ond precision from first-grade tno- leriols. ond Steals, ChiseU; Shov- VegeloHe Knives; Rotory Blades; Trench Digger Blades from forge finish, mode for top perfor- JnoncC. Available now at 249 Stafford Drive, Uthbridge Phone 327-1571 Trafficker remanded here A tonner Edmonton man charged witii trafficking in heroin was remanded Wed- nesday in provincial court in Lethbridge to May I for sen- tencing. Randall Charles Bruchet pleaded guilty to the charge, which was laid May 26, 1972, in Edmonton. The charge was waived from Edmonton, and as Bru- chets' lawyer lives in that city, and could not be pres- ent at Wednesday's sitting, details of the case were not released to the court. The charge, under the Nar- cotics Control Act, carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment. appearance, but M o n d ay changed his plea to guilty and was fined with a six month suspension of his driver's licence. On the charge of resisting arrest, he was fined The charges were laid Feb. 19. A 53-year-old Lethbridge man, charged with possession of a stolen, old-age pension cheque, was remanded in pro- vincial court Wednesday, when a trial date will be set. William Winkler, a resident of the Plainsman Hotel, pleaded not guilty to the charge that on March 29, he was in possession of a pension cheque, belonging to William McPherson, a patient in the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. A 21-year-old Standoff wom- an. Geraldine Shouting, re- ceived an 18-month suspend- ed sentence after she pleaded guilty Wednesday to a charge of assault causing bodily harm. The court was told that on Sept. 16, 1972. at a bouse party in Standoff, the woman struck her cousin, Catherine Shade, on the head with a wine bottle. As a result of the assault, Miss Shade received 30 stitch- es and spent 10 days in hos- pital- Six U of L professors get research grants A total of in Nation- al Research Council grants has been awarded to six pro- fessors at the University of Lelbbridge. Dr. J. D. Read and Dr. T. Q. A. Whishaw, psychology professors, have received awards of for research in human learning and stud- ies of the brain. A chemistry professor at the U of L, Dr. C. O. Bender, has received for re- search in photo-chemistry. He will use the money to hire student assistants and pur- chase supplies needed for the study. Another chemistry profes- Dr. L. G.' Hepler, has been awarded a one-year 000 grant for the study of en- ergy charges associated with chemical reactions. Dr. Hepler is currently on leave in New Zealand. He is expected to return to the Lethbridge campus sometime this summer. A grant will be pro- vided for biology professor Dr. Kazuo Nakamura for bas- ic research into genetic as- pects of cells and cellular membranes. Dr. Nakamura will use his grant to hire a research as- sistant this summer and to purchase material needed for the coming year's projects. A grant has been awarded to Dr. E. B. Wagen- aar of the U of L biological sciences department. The money will be used to continue research on chromo- some pairing and reproduc- tion of cells. A post-doctoral fellow will be employed to as- sist Dr. Wagenaar. College to re-advertise Governors of Lethbridge Community College went behind closed doors Wednes- day to discuss a replacempnt for former vice president Werner Schmidt. LCC has been without a vice-president since Feb. 7, when Mr. Schmidt resigned Day 5 at the Festival FRIDAY Please note all times are approximate. Yates Memorial Centre Morning 9; (a) concert band, Grade 2, (b) concert group, woodwind or brass, se- nior; 11, (a) action songs, kindergarten (b) action scngs, Grade 1; action songs, Grade 2 and-or 3; gir's'' school vocal, Grades 10, 11 and 12. Afternoon sonatina. 15 yrs. and under; sona- tina. 13 yrs. and under; 3, concert group, 16 yrs. and under; national anthem class. Evening Sunday school or junior church choir, 19 yrs. and under; (a) junior vocal ensemble, 19 yrs. and under, unconducted, (b) senior vocal ensemble, uncon- ducted, (c) choral societies, 19 yrs. and under; vocal concert recital, 16 yrs. and under; 9, (a) light opera solo, (b) Lieder, 16 yrs. and un- der, (c) Lieder, open, (d) special Lieder, open. Green Room, Memorial Centre Morning 9, lyric poetry, 7 yrs. and under; lyric poetry, 9 yrs. and under; lyric poetry, 13 yrs. and un- der; dramatic poetry, 7 yrs. and under; 11, solo scenes, 15 yrs. and under. Afternoon (a) Shakespeare solo, 12 yrs. and under, (b) dramatic poetry, 11 yrs. and under; solo scenes. 12 yrs. and under; dramatic poetry. 13 yrs. and under; dramatic poetry, 15 yrs. and under, Hall Morning 9: Bach piano, 9 yrs. and under; piano solo. 7 yrs. and under; piano solo, 11 yrs. and under; piano duet, 10 yrs. and under. BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. Open nun.. Fri. till 9 p.m. Celebrate Your Special Occasions at Ericksen's! and This Friday and Saturday Evening In the beautiful Westwinds Dining Room THE SUNSET 4' S to 17 p.m. No Cover Charge Phone 328-7756 for m -nm ato tmnomom or ramify lestaulaut Afternoon commun- ity music: girls' vocal solo, 14 yrs; girls' vocal solo. 12-14 yrs.; boys' vocal solo, 12-14 yrs.: 3, gir's' vocal solo, 10 yrs.; girls' vocal solo, 13 yrs. Evening (a) accor- dian free bass, (b) accordiian duet, 16 yrs. and under; (a) acccrdian stradella, 17 yrs. and under, (b) stradella, no age restriction. St. Augustine's Hail Morning 9, girls' school vocal, Grade 4; 11, (a) alto saxophone B, (b) tuba E, (a) trombone E, (b) trombone A; (a) bas- soon C. (b) snare drume E. Afternoon (a) flute D, (b) flute C, (c) flute C; (a) baritone C, (b) French horn C: (a) clar- inet E, (b) clarient D; 3, (a) clarinet C, (b) clarinet B, (c) clarinet A: (a) trumpet E, (b) trumpet A; con- cert recital, woodwind or brass, senior. to become leader of the Al- berta Social Credit party. Information officer Gordon Colledge said today the board will re advertise the position, despite having re- ceived about 50 applications for the executive placeme: Mr. Colledge said LCC gov- ernors advertised in only two Alberta papers but received applications from as far as Ottawa, Minnesota and Cali- fornia. He said the LCC selection committee could be able to name a successor to Mr. Schmidt by June. 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