Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 THE UTHBRIDGE MERAID Ihundoy, University, college are busy places HEKMC'E II13UI.K lleralil Staff Writer The Vniversity of Lctlibridgc and (he l.cthbridge Comimi- nitv Mloge will he shutting their summer sessions near Itie erd of August, with mi'St of Ihe chsse.s ending on W and a tew lasting until lioth campuses arc alive right now with excitement and lint Ihe people who are excited are nut the jieo pie I ak- the Minuner sessions; thtVre the professors, instruc- tors and directors who are pre- parim; for the students coming in the fall. 'Vr.erc ;ue even a few early f Indents who have come to cl'.etk cut Ihfir tiew premises :u'd "pre-pre-registcr." l.CC has only I wo summer programs in progress during the" month ef August Ihe mountain climbing part of the u t d o o r recreation program urcl the horseinausli'.p course. Heyland, LCC assistant professor of continuing educa- tion, Fairt registrations for the horsemanship course "have been fair to date, but in some .sections more students are ncL-dcd." Of outdoor recreation pro- gram, he said "it is one of our better summers as far as the type and calibre of instruction are concerned." The U of L has had its sum- mer program divided into Ihree sessions, with session three now in progress. Mcnno lioldl, assistanl lo Iho dean of arls and science lor continuing education, said lhat one of session three's more in- teresting courses is the credit- non-credit workshop for teach- ers of Jiulinn students. The course was tried last year as a non-credit course. The visiting professor for the course, this summer, be Morgan Otis, director of native American studies, Sacramento Stale College. Mr. Boldt said primarily teachers are enrolled in the summer sessions, Imt "a higher proportion of regular students are enrolling. Since some stu- dents can't get jobs, Ihe.v come back to further .their edu- cation." Ilegislralions for Ihc summer program at the U of f. were approximately the same as last yetir. In session one there were 252 students; ill session two, 485; and in session three, 30G. Complete evening degree programs will be offered in six disciplines beginning in the fall semester, starting in Septem- ber. Majors will be provided in sociology, history, political sci- ence, psychology, English and art. Admission for lire degree pro- gram may be. gained under ei- ther the regular admission pro- gram or the special mature student procedure which is open to everyone over 19 years of ago who does not meet the regular entrance requirements and who has been away from formal schooling for at least one year. Mr. Boldt said he feels the mature student entrance policy is not lowering the standards of the university. He said stu- dents shouldn't be barred from university just because they didn't tuke Grade 12 seriously and missed getting their ma- triculation. The U of li is also offering a program of off-campus courses beginning Sept. II. In- struction will be given in lllair- more. Brooks, C a r d s t o n, DR. C. M. STEWART FAMILY PHYSICIAN wishes lo announce the relocation of his practice to the Family Medical Dental Centre 2931 20th Ave. South (North of Woolco) Ph. 328-2326 Lethbridge 24-HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE Coffee house approved An application to establish a combination restaurant, a r t grdlcry, coffee house and rec- reation area at 308 13th SI. N. was approved by the Municipal [Manning Commission Wednes- day. The main floor of the Quick Change Restaurant will be a of fee house, catering to uni- students. The mez- anine floor will house an art ir.llery "for local artists to lave a chance to expose their owner Tim McIIugh old the commission. A recreation room, witli pool ables, pin-ball machines and a uke box, will lie located in Ihc jasement. The recreation room and art gallery will be opened in the iear f ti t u r e but it will be iwhile before the restaurant is operating, Mr. McUugh said. In oilier business, an applica- tion from the Lethoridgc and District Exhibition Board to construct the new part of the pavilion, was tabled at the ex- hibition board's request. The MPC approved n home- occupation permit for Mrs. La- Rae Clairmont to service 'cut, set and comb) wigs at 3513 For- estry Avc. fn a discussion concerning the classification of such a home occupation, finance di- rector Allister Findlay said, "It is no different than the appli cation we approved last week for poodle clipping." An application from Joe's Mobile Home to establish a mo- bile home display and sales lo nt 3216 1st Ave, S. was also ap- proved. Clnrcsholm. Foremost, For Mncleod, Magralh, Milk River, Piuclicr Creek, Raymond, Tu- ber and Vulcan. l.CC will offer its school of continuing education program, with some of the courses he- giutihig in the fall and olhers starting in January. An adult upgrading program and a business education pro- gram will be offered. Courses will Iw available in agriculture, i physical education, liomemak- ing, sewing, languages, and several general interest and technical vocational courses will be given. Garden tours Sunday Oti Sunday, winners of the garden competitions sponsored jy Ihe Lcthbfidge and District iorlicultural society will have heir yards open to the public or viewing. Winners in the competitions vcrc: Grounds over fa feet: Martin Kamma, 921 Bill St. N.; George Popma, 2109 Ave. S.; Christie, 2811 North Parkside Drive; Harvey Wiens HOI 19th St. N. Grounds 30 feet or less: Wil- liam Kea, 013 18lh St. S.; Ger- trude Leonard 828 12th SI. N.: Gordon P'rrker 1910 18th Avc. S. New Grounds: Dr Haymond Kimbcrley, 1918 14th St. S.; A, V. Lacey, 2.108 Mayor Magrath Drive. Vegetable gardens: Nicholas Wolk, 328 12th St. B. N.; Steph- anie Wolstoncrofl, 726 22nd St. N.; Joseph Csitrka, 532 20lh St. N. Composite: Neilson Sullivan, 133 14th St. N.; Mary Slronski, 1619 2nd Ave. B. N.; Joseph Hrabowy, 1829 Avc. N. Unusual: Peter Sadowski, 1111 12th St. C. N.; Hugo Muel- ler, 829 15th St. N.: John Em- erson, 9i3 f 1st SI. S., were r.llrilnited to lie large demands for walcr iLirinr; the hot weather. A spokesman for the engin- eering department said tho pumps nt Urn water treatment! plant have been over-extended in attempting In maintain pres- sure demar.ds. He said a lol of people seem !o be Ignoring the water restric- tion', put on by Ihc cily man- ager. Those restrictions limit lawn gardening watering to Monday, Wednesday and Fri- day for houses with even-num- bered addresses nml Tuesday, Thursday and Saliirday for houses with odd-numlrcrcd ad- dresses. Kveryone can water Sundays until 6 p.m. ftilcy issued the conditional re- lease stipulating a" outstanding debts caused by the bad cheques must be paid In a reasonable lime the only condition for Ihc man's free- dom. ft was also noted thai at the lime the man left Canada he hail no knowledge of the war- rants against him and owed nearly Many of the goods purchased with the bad cheques had also relumed before he left the country, During hi.s fovjr year stay in 'the U.S., the man had paid all but the bad debts anil had contributed lo the support of his two elderly and ailing parents. The conrlilior.al release cai-i Unit Hie man has hcen released by the. court, hut that he will have to rncel certain conditions laid down by the court. If lie fnils to meet the condi- lions or if he comes lo court again his rerord will lie brought forward and the previous con- viction will he noted. If the man is successful in meeting Ihc court's conditions hi.s record uill kept for a period nf five years. At Ihe end of the time period Die new retfiilalions governing bo conditional release state ho record of the offence lo vhich the man pleaded guilty or was convicted of will he al- tered to show he was not guilty. A person may also receive an ibsolute release, which has r.o conditions attached, but a rec- ord of the guilty plea or offence 1 slill lie kept for live years and can be introduced to the court if lie appears again dur- ing thai lime. Tlic conditional or absolute release is permitted under ncw- ly-cnaclcd pmendments lo Ihe Criminal Code of Canada. Any provincial judge or federal judge may invoke cither re- Ica.sc when he feels special circumstances nT Ihe case war- rant it. The new regvlalions enable a man to wipe Die slate clear after five-years of [rouhlo free behavior, hi the past, such actions cnuld 1-avc held against him for a lifetime. CHIEF MOUNTAIN. SOD C SODDING [AMDSCAPlNb VINYL COVERED CHAIN WIRE FENCE Tor Mo.-fl I Contact D. CRAIG PORTER UlhbridgB Ph. 3380924 DR. BRIAN C. COTTER PRACTICE OF CHIROPRACTIC ii pleased to onnounco ihe relocation of hit pro dice to I ho WESTMINSTER PLAZA 13th ST. and 5th N. PHONE 327-5761 LETHBRIDGE OHica Hourii ClOSED MONDAY Tues. thru Fri. a.m., p.m.-5 p.m. Sol. p.m.