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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16-THE LETHBRIDGE August City Scene UW gets rolling shortly The Lx'thbndge I nited will use bus placard advertising this fot the tirst time the group s executive director said Dave Wilson said a UW executive meeting this week decid- ed to use the signs tor four weeks beginning Sept 9 one week before the campaign opens Six signs will be on the buses he said The executive also appointed Ray Markham to handle public relations the television stations said Mr Wilson An orientation program for campaign volunteers was also set he said I he next board ol directors meeting was set for Sept 3 Miss Canada to visit city Miss Canada Blair Lancaster of Toronto will usit Lethbndge Sept 6 to 9 for the Lethbndge and District Big Brothers Association Big brothers and interested residents will prepare plans for a membership and fund raising campaign in which Miss Lan caster will take part at an open meeting savsJ E McTavish association president will be held Wednesday 8 p m in the Red Cross building on 7th Ave S he said Hair styling judge named The manager of a Lethbndge hair styling shop will be the chief judge for Canada at the 1974 world championship hair styl- ing competition in Vienna Austria Sept 15 and 16 Jorgen Maegaard manager of Viking Hair Styling a judge at the 1972 world competition said there will be four male and four female hairstvlists chosen from across the country to represent Canada in the competition Irrigation conference here Lethbndge and district will host to the 24th annual Irrigation Operators Conference Aug 19 to 23 More than 200 members have registered for the tour with ticket sales set for 5 to 10 LIFELONG PROCTOR-SILEX ELECTRIC COFFEE PERCOLATOR Automatic makes from 2 to 12 cups Carafe like serving elegance Lighted adjustable flavour control Bowl lifts out (or easy cleaning Made of snap together replaceable parts ONLV 29 98 Call China 327-5767 DOWNTOWN p m Aug 19 in the Holiday Inn Seven buses will begin the tour Aug 20 to the east and north of Lethbndge Highlights of the tour will include a farm an alfalfa cub- ing plant and visit to the Alberta Horticultural Research Centre On Aug 21 the tour will move southwest to look at supply systems for irrigation districts in the South Included will be St Mary Dam Dam Oldman River headworks a visit to Waterton Lakes National Park A banquet sponsored the Alberta government and featuring W J Cousins of the Universitv of Lethbndge will be held that night The final dav will include a tour of the Lethbndge Research Station part of the St Marv River Irrigation District and a tour of Lethbndge s industrial park FOX DENTURE CLINIC Est 1922 PHONE 327 6565 ESP FOX, COM FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. S. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Announcements Thank You Cards Matches Invitations Bride Books Napkins (24 Hour Service II Necessary) provide complimentary personalized head table place cards with each order1 FREE CUSTOMER PARKING DR. GARY W. COOPER would like to announce the opening of his office for the practice of CHIROPRACTIC Thursday, August 1st at No. 308 Professional Building 740 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-6567 SPECIAL Family Dinner FOR 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN Chicken Chow Main Sweet and Sour Deep Fried Breaded or Pineapple Chicken Chicken Fried Rice ALL FOR ONLY Delivered to Your Home- -Piping Hotl OPEN WEEKDAYS A.M. TO 2 A.M. NOW OPEN SUNDAYS 11 A.M. TO 9 P.M. PHONE THE 327-0240 327-2297 LOTUS Across From The CPR Depot Two new programs begin at university this fall The University of Lethbndge is accepting applications for enrolment in its new management arts and native American studies programs First-year classes in each program will be available this tall, according to Dr F Q Quo dean of arts and science, although major development of the two programs will not begin until Sept 1975 Management arts, a four-year program leading to a bachelor of management arts, emphasizes arts and science classes dur- ing the first two years explained Dean Quo There is no reason a student can t begin tne program this >eai MIH.C first year classes will be standard freshman arts and science courses with a heavier concentration of specialized classes in senior years, he said Dean Quo explained the new program differs from bachelor of administration programs offered at other universities because it places less emphasis on technology and methodology The program encourages a more humanistic approach to business management prac tices in government industrv and com- merce We are not aiming at training for any particular business Our goal is to prepare the individual for a management career in general said Dean Quo The university is in the process of hiring a co-ordinator for the program he said, and an advisory committee has been ap- pointed to begin operation this September The native American studies program is also in .the final planning stages said the dean and first year classes will be offered this fall We will institute at least two new courses in native American studies in ad- dition to those we already offer in the history and anthropology departments Tne program is specifically designed to allow native people access to the resources of the university and is therefore quite unique in its structure and outlook said Dean Quo It s different because it is a program designed by native people It involved native people from the outset in advising and recruiting and will involve them in the iuture in instruction The iour-vear program will lead to a BA in native American studies or a BA in a held such as history or anthropology with an emphasis on native American studies Elaine Lake boaters penalized Td rather see tickets written than drownings' Roofing job Arnie Locatelli, left, president of The Whoop-Up Country Historical Society, and Alex Johnston, a representative of the RCMP Century Celebrations Commit- tee, look from a Fort Whoop-Up bastion to the fort's roof where sod will soon be laid Mr Johnston presented a cheque from the RCMP celebration com- mittee to Dr Locatelli at a brief ceremony at the fort Friday The money will be used to sod the roof and building up of displays at the fort Man pleads guilty to making false statements to UIC 35-year-old Lethbndge man pleaded guilty in provin- cial court Friday to nine charges of making false statements to the Lethbndge Unemplovment Insurance Commission He was remand- ed to Aug 30 for sentencing John A Jardme 1248 6th Ave A S made nine false statements to the UIC spann ing a period from January 14 1973 to May 12 1973 Ian SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS Installed Phone 328-2176 Keiller, a UIC officer, told the court Mr Jardme received benefits from the UIC while also receiving a salary under a Local Initiatives Project grant He reported to the UIC the January to May period he was not working Mr Keiller said The accused received from the UIC during that period Mr Jardme told the court when he applied for unemploy ment insurance he was mak- ing a month and was un- der the impression he could get unemployment insurance even though he was working Provincial Judge A H El ford told the accused he was remanded to Aug 30 to give him time to make restitution A Lethbndge man who pleaded guilty to a charge of not filing an income tax return in 1972 was fined in provincial court Friday Charged was James Aneca, 1616 17th St S By RUSSELL OUGHTRED Herald Staff Writer Most boaters know life preservers save lives But now Canadians boating in Montana are discovering that life jackets can also save them Eight Canadians enjoying the recent long weekend at Blame Lake 13 miles east of the Montana city of Kahspell made the discovery the expen sive way Montana fish and game wardens manning the state water safety patrol boat swooped down Aug 4 on the eight Canadian boats owned oy Lethbndge and area residents Each boat received a ticket for not carrying a 'per- sonal flotation device for every passenger on board says Louis M Kis head warden for the northwest region of Montana Warden Kis says Canadians have been warned about Mon- tana boating regulations in Truck reported stolen from Indian Battle Park past years Although the rov- ing patrol boat has been spot- checking lakes for two years enforcement of state and federal boating regulations has been lax he adds In nine years we ve had no Canadians drown in our waters he says I got buttonholed by a Canadian who was a little put out about our regulations but I d rather see some tickets written than some drownings the warden adds Warden Kis says the eight charges are not part of a crackdown on Canadian violators All boats were handed the minimum penalty, he savs and many could have been ticketed for added violations In addition to carrying one life jacket for each passenger on board a powerboat canoe or rubber raft state and federal laws re quire the following children under 12 must wear life jackets approved bv the U S Coast Guard or Cana dian ministry of transport Water ski belts are not con- sidered suitable life jackets because they don t keep a person s head out of the water boat 16 feet in length or longer must carry a throwable ring buoy All boats with