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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta erry A. f. CROSS rat JCtJL WHfftf EVBtY THWSOAY S "WOMB" DAT PHOM The Letkbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, April 15, PAGES 13 TO 28 RESTAURANT MS PANCAKE HOUSE FAOUTKS fOI 75 PfOPU Gilbert Pater son Post For Wilson G. A. ffibon, currently vice- principal at Hamilton Jun 1 0 I High School, was appointed prindpil of Gilbert Pater soi Elementary Jnnior High School, Tuesday 'night by the Lethbridge publk tcnool board. He wiO assume he new du- ties during the summer, replac- ing W. J. While, is retir- ing Mr. Wibon was selected from i gf candidates, ileui DC. 0. f. Lxism s the LCI positiin B me lop in southern Aber- U and me tic top the K win Kkeiy draw applicants from across western Canada. Dr. Larwo added 'ttat a high prutaptlstaip, especially in a school tie sne of LCI, "is'one of the most difficult jobs hi the field of public edu- and recommended by a com- mittee trustees and superin- tendents' -.who .interviewed five city appocaols and four out- side applicants. The board also accepted a retirement resignation from Walter L.. Neville, principal of the Utbbridge Collegiate tubc for many years. The' res- ignation it effective June 30, 1171. The board win advertise, the position ac Boon as possible and select a principal desig- nate wUj will have the tunity to adequately prepare himself for the position during the next year. Public schools superimea- Constfiiction Payments Approved The Lethbridge. pubbej school ljuaiil Tuesday approved imc thin in construction piugiUB paymeno! for the three major school addition- projects DOW underway. The payment! induM 912 to Kenwood Engineering CumuuLtiun Ltd.- for work on me LetHbridge OoOepke Insti- tute addition; to Glen Little Construction Ltd. for work on the Agnes Davidson Elementary School addition; and la Bird Constrnc- tio. Ud. (or wot on the Susie Btwdei Ekmeotary School The board" iiH also seek a new vice principal, replace- ment at HamKon for Mr. WU- i, and 'a temporary vice- prniapal-.for Lakeview Ele- mentary School. Deadlines for appticajons are April 21. and April 17 respectively. Set July 1 As Target Date For Takeover From Air Canada R E T I K ING Ik Utt- fee nQtW C 1 KflLfBMMB -V Waller L.' NevOt, Ike UttWMft Tke .mifulM .it enectne Jue im. Four Involved In Drug Charges me SWIHAST HfraH Slaff Writer Pacific Western Airline Ud confirmed that they have .....the CIAB- miggion for U provide air ser- kce btlpexu Calgary and Letb- bridge. The application is being made under me terms of the federal pranment's regional air pol- cy announced by Transport Minister Don Januecon last Au- gust. Subject to tbe approval of tbe CTC, PWA will serve Letfa- nkje. and. Air Canada will withdraw fa local services be- Calgary and Lethbridge. Air Canada has ap- plied to CTC to give up the run. July 1 is the target date for me omened changeover, anting to Buys Eyun, man- ager for FWA's northern opera- Total cost, of the three pro- all scheduled to comple- tion beiore school starts Aug. M, wOl be (3 nmlhan. CPP Sessions Scheduled The manager of the Canada Pension Plan, office at Leth- brdge J. C. Bouchard, announ- ced recently the local cffkrs'wfll be held: Natal, town haD, April 20, to 11 a.m.; Fernie, town ban, April 20, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.; Cr an brook, federal building, AprD 21, I a.m. to p.m.; Kimbertey, union haE, April 22, a.m. to 11 a.m.; Creston, post office, (east side entrance) April 23, to 12 noon.' The field officer wffl saswer queries on the Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security, aLd me A year old Lethbridge youth, -Rickey Wayne Lee, was remanded without election or pita to April 29 when be appear- ed in magistrate's court uus on a charge of posses- resin, mar- ijuana. Bail WK set at cash and if bail is not posted today a new remand date win have to be set. Lee first appeared BTmagi- strale's court on this charge Tuesday afternoon and was re- manded without election or plea until Unf morning.. Be was arrested at p.m. Monday in Lethbridge by city police. He is on parole for a pre- vious charge of poneyam of marijuana and if convicted. of this'cmrent charge wiU auto- nuticaDy forleit his _ According to the parole officer responsible for Lee, .the forfeit of his', parole would pleaded guilty, in magi- rale's court in Pincher Creel uesday to a charge of posses- ion of marijuana. Tbe youth was remanded to a for sentencing on the He was arrested by RCHP m Creek on April l.an larged wilh possession c arijuana. mean be .would be required to serve the remaining 13 months of the two'-' year Jail sentence he. was first given. Lee hid served seven mouths of that sentence .before being ptnied. Two otter. Lethbridge youths, Lawrence John Rasmussen, It, and Edward Paul Knrjanczyk, 17, wiU stand trial before Jus- tice L. S. TurcotU on charges U trafficking in LSD, April 21 in District Court The University of Lethbndg MT presents its annual coo- cert tonight at at the Yites moral Cmtrc Conducted by ..Lorien Need- im cfaaJnTP111 of thf U the rake mixed chair win by Bach, Elgar, Schnbert and Tschaikpvsky. Accompanist.for the group Chapman, assistant pn of music. Also featured win be'piano solos by., music students Lint Gordon Radford Holt and >ritchard. The concert marks the end the 1989 1970 U of L Concert Series. Tickets win be available at te door. Guaranteed Income Suppfe- BUCK, K.D.T, C.DJ BUCK DENTAL LAI MBKAL MMTAl MOO. LW LOVE COSMETICS LAURA SECORD CANDIES GO TOGnrW DRAFFWS DOWNTOWN and Kurjanezyk were arrested March 12 Letbbridge. They were charged with sen ing LSD on Jan. 20 and 22 RCHP undercover agents are reported to have made the pur A 20 year old Pincher Creek youth, Gerald Gordon Film Request Frotir Australia The Convention Assocution' of Southern Albert recently, recerred a letter rnm Tennyson, South Australia, ask mg to borrow a copy of tbe film Land of the Big Blue Sky, The community association that requested the film also ex pressed interest ta a charter trip to Canada showt some particular' Interest 'i southern Alberta, said Fran Smith, manager of TCASA. MDMG LESSONS WESTBIN AND fNOISH HOMO USSONS Qualified Instructor Phone 327-9192 HAVING A PARTY! Whether rmm tlw lhi> It wfnn l OVH 50 KINDS Of CHEBC coio am, MIAMI, SAUMOH if COCKTAK MMXB am JOS THI PWRCT flCMIC'OH rlMDNO IMP, CHOOSf FtOM WIM SRKTMN Of SALAMIES and SAUSAGES EPICURE FINE FOOD DELICATESSEN 406 Mi CT. t. PHOM tn-tttt Concert t Eilingson Institute President Local Air Run Sought By PWA of strvke win be maintained or mprovrd if the mite is Liken vcr by PWA. Under the aew arrangement PWA would operate a morning flight from Lrihhridge to Cal- T. F. K. regiona] operations manager (or Air Canada's western region, com- menting on tbe'PWA applica- cup, said: "There will be a 30- day waiting period endiog Hay S, during which time any per son or company may raise ob- to the. application. 'If there is any objection, the 7TC wiD bold a bearing aw then make a decision whether not to M PWA take the run." Mr. Eyton said, "There is no trading rf routes with Air Can- ada iuvulved i) our company's application to the CTC for the Calgary-Letbbridge run. 'PWA appbed as early 1965 for the run but was no permitted due to the regions carrier picture' presented by the Pidkersgffl Policy oTlSS The whole question, of trunk and regional guide lines enter ed the picture before." Mr. Eyton said there were no immediate plans for an in- crease in the service but add- ed the fares .will remain the gary with a Sfrpassenger Conv- air luj-boprop aircraft, a round- trip evening service' between Calgary and Letbhridge with iU _ Botiag 737 jet, and a Uter dale, a late eve- 117 ning service into Stubb Hoes, president ol Time Airways Ltd. was not available for comment this morning' but said previously thai if the PWA schedule put hardsbipi on Tone Air, be was "going to jrttt hta bead T i m e Air is the local firm now providing'air the Lethbridge Calgary Ed- monton Medicine Hat rum. .TRUCK M.OWS RED Earl J. Belanger of Calgary, tuttained minor head injuries when the truck he wa> driving left the highway near Kipp early this morning. Mr. Belonger, the only person in the truck it being de- tained in hospital for observation. t.C.M.P. luggeited Icy road conditoni as the cause of the accident. Damage wot estimated at about Committee To Discuss LCI Constr notion Problems Mark Effingson of Tiber his succeeded Robert Wtutehetd of aareshohn M president IDS Institute ol Religion on tbe University of Lethbridge Leth- ridge Community College campus. Tbe change was made at me scent institute color night. About 200 members and spe- cial guests listened to E. Dite LeBaron of Edmonton tefl the students to "lire up to tbe hopes and ipirstionf, of their family" as they porned their academic etming. Robert Whitebead received (he June Walker McMoUen tro- phy for leadership and ser-ks with other service awards going to Shirley AUrrt, Marilyn Ba- ker, Btame Burbank, Wilfred Datton, Mark EUingson, Gordon Yielson, MariaoDe RuswfL Jet-, ry Woodruff, Lumne Fairbanks and Gordon LeBaron, institute director. Academic scholarships were presented to Etta Nonna, Jer- ry Woodruff .and Kathleen Wilde, with sportinunrhin rec- ofdtxm going to Dong Alston, of the institute basketball team which represented Can- ada si the church wide tourna- ment in Sail Lake City. a service inaugu- rated into work plans which call for confirmed space to stu- dents and other benefits for added service to the public which will 'be carried for. the Lethbridge flights. 1 "The.schedule drawn up for Lethbridge will allow for coo- nectioBS on further north bound runs as well as the na- tional carriers travelling east and west out of Calgary." Be said-PWA will co-operate fully with the third level, car- rier, Tune Air Ltd., Dying be- tween Lethbridge and Calgary and try to work out a viable schedule for operations which win permit both firms to op- erate out of Lethbridge. 'We held discussions with Mayor Anderson Tuesday and answered questions on tbe ef- fect PWA would have.on Mr. iddn and be seemed -tbx said Mr. Eyton. Mr. Eyton and PWAjwill to- crease its frequency uctweeii Calgary and Edmonton as well as commence twice daily The proposal to.release Letb- CqUegute Institute Grade 10 and 11 students June instead 10.with me rest of the city to assist the school's construction contraci- was tabled Tuesday by. the Letbbridge Calgary days and per Air Canada has agreed to the application only alter it was satisfied the. existing sUndard Knight Heads Association Ronald Knight was named president of the Gilbert Piter son Home add School Assotia tkn at its April meeting. Other officers elected to the executive were: J. McCrack en, vice pmident; Mrs. Don CaMer, secreUry, Mrs. LaRue Roberts, treasurer. Representa- tive to council will be Mrs S belli MacLerun, and i charge of program Dr. Lamon Madbn. No Decision On Student Proposal Lethbridge poard. public sch'bol Tfae trustees.wondered whe- her the contractor, Kenwood logineering Conbtrucuua lad investigated aH other pos- sibilities, suggesting other means might be more desir- able than cutting four or fire days from the school year. They did say, however, that d there is no other means of guaranteeing completion of the (2 million LCI addition by the ime school starts again Aug. 24, it would be better for stu- dents to miss the last few day's of me current semester than the first few days of the (all semester. Grade 12s at the school will write their final examinations as scheduled, in any event. The board appointed a com- mittee of trustees Mrs. Gladys Redfent and Carl Johnson, su- perintendent Dr. 0. P. Larson, deputy superintendent Lome Blackboume, boUding superri- sor Don AttweD and LCI prin- cipal W. L. Neville to meet with the contractor to discuss me problems involved. The derision win be deferred until the next board meeting, April 29. The board approved change orders for LCI's design involv- ing a contract addition worth for extra interiors, fur- nishings and equipment not in- cluded in tbe original cnotract price. la other business, trustees ap- proved material, personnel and finanoa! support of a Letb- bridge Chamber of Commerce pubbc semantr on Eduotienel PrioritJei for the TOi, The two day May 23 and 24 would be open to the lublip, and representatives would be specially invited from aH community orfaaiat i o n s 3nd associatioos. The chamber's educ a t i o n committee hopes to involve the Mblic and separate school wards and. as many other in the community as possible, to see' what they think about Letbbridge education. Trustee Doug Card :sad he thought the seminar would be worth whatever it might cost to 100 for the board) since "we want to bear what the businessmen and others in the professor of educatioD at be U.of L, as consultant to draft a special brief from the public school district to the A'orth Commission CE Educational PlMTJJBg. wants the brief by May 15, and will hold sittings Ln Lethbridge June 2 or 3. v The brief would outtine the xord's and school district's thoughts on Alberta's education system in general, future needs, financing nod a number of other areas. Trustees also approved payment of toward a dance band (or Let' bridge Grade 9 students' grad uation dance May 29. The board has supported th dance for many vears, and thi year for the first time it wi K held in the Wilson Junk ligh School gymnasium, the LCI gym win be in confi sion due to construction. the Cancer Drhre! BUY DAFFODILS THIS WEEK! j-lower Shop Morqvh Howl Phom 327-1515 tion to what we do." Giiest speakers. viH likely be Dr. R. N. Anderson, professor of education at the University of Lethbridge, and Dr. F. C. Ttiemam, associate professor of educational administration at the University of 'Alberta, Edmonton. Sessions win be held in the library and lecture theatre al Catholic Central High School. The board Approved appointment of John PercevauH, i7jw.v DRUGS 1 A ClMMfii'nii iMKTf f anoppmf Jf .m. bmWy MIKE HANZEL STUKT FOR THE VERY LATEST IN NEW Visit CAMM'S this week and See! iiiH I'HE -Jig ASTEDO MWfTMf 131 M M. I. tarn (17-7711. MARQUIS BAKERY un toe. wo SfMcM m Effect Thurtdoy, Mctey md April Cfctrry Uytr Cdun.......... Mi.............. Twht Bvus...........61 tflftJB ScOBH OfrN THlmS. Hn, TR f P.M. 403 Stri SliMl South PhoM fat Juit Tn Cream and "BANDSTAND" Available now In Cofnw "Cream, (third from In Navy with. Red trim, (one with Tan trim. Tan with Dark Brown Irirn. and White. 19.00 by MISS VOGUE In Plain pumpi and iljnav. ColdfJ-Whlle, and (lack Patent. J AA McW rt H.WV Sm Our Nvw White Dainty illnoi for Graduation! and arfwr. occontoni. .Skitert and Golden Phttnanti HI THISt NfW AKrVAU .A new hTph front pvmp in Cornel Calf. A new mcih wilh bilked red cr block. The new Spanhh look in Block foltnt. High fronl perfed wirh whirf In black patent an Novy Coif. am tami iNck mw HANMAGI hi nwti CAMM'S SHOES ;