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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta EXPIOM CANADA Call m retarding the many available IncMinf and Western Canada. ART WILUAMS TRAVEL Centra Mall Phone 3214201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, June 2, 1973 PAGES 17 TO 12 LCTrWRIDGE OFFICI FURNITURE LTD. Uthbrldee, Alberta lower Level 7lh Street Shopping Mall Phono (401) ADDING MACHINES The city Briefly Speaking Life saving course begins A national lifeguard pool certification course, sponsored by the Lethbridge Community Services Department and the Royal Life Saving Society began Friday at the Fritz Sick Pool. Applicants for the course must be 17 years of age or older; possess either a Royal Life Saving Society bronze me- dallion, Red Cross Royal Life Saving Society instructor award or a YMCA Senior Lifesavtog award; and present a current certificate from a physician. The course runs this week- end and next weekend. Applications and farther in- formation is available at the community services depart- ment. Young people in play More than 30 young people will be on stage in August at the Yates ii. the Allied Arts Council's production, West Side Story. The summer musical was initiated to provide training for young people in a major musical theatre production. The casts in the major roles have been chosen with the leading roles going to Linda Johnson and Jim Veen- stra. Anyone wishing to parti- cipate as back stage crew may contact Joan Waterfield at the Arts Council office, Bowman Arts Centre. Teen Clefs on CBC The Teen Clefs, directed by Anne Campbell, have taped a program for the CBC in Calgary. Their program wll be aired September 14 on the show en- titled Canada West. Summer 73 prepares Registrations for the 1973 summer swimming instruc- tion and Henderson Lake Day Camp programs will be taken June 14, 15 and 16 at the (livic Sports Centre. Times for the registrations, which will be taken in gym one, are from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. the first two days and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. the third day. The Summer 73 program is sponsored by the community services department of the city. The community summer program tabloid in the June 9 edition of The Herald will have complete program de- tails. LCI film on Channel 2 Three special videotape programs, highlighting the Lethbridge Collegiate Insti- tute, will be shown on Chan- nel 2 (Cablevision) Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. To be broadcast each night at the Ld programs- will be called What Is High School All About? The series will feature aca- demic, business and indus- trial education at LCI. New course introduced A two-year secretarial pro- gram, the first of its kind of- fered at the Lethbridge Com- munity College, has been in- troduced in addition to LCC's current one-year course. School of business director Barrel Maisey says students registering in the fall for the two-year program can choose one of three majors and grad- uate as a legal, medical or executive secretary. Changes in the business ad- FORYOUR FURS PYPFDT CAKCKI INSURED FUR STORAGE [NEW YORK FURSj 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 Eagles Hall burglarized An undetermined amount of cash and cigarettes were stolen last night during a break-in at the Eagles Hall, 631 13th St. N. Entry was gained through a window. The cigarette ma- chine was broken into and the cupboards ransacked, police said. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 3th St. S. Phone 328-4095 WEEKEND SPECIAL! Family Dinner FOR 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN Chicken Chow Mein Swtet and Sour Spareribs Deep Fried Shrimps, Breaded or Pineapple Chicken Chicken Fried Rice ALL FOR ONLY................. Delivered to Your Home Piping Hofl 3.95 OPEN WEEKDAYS 7 A.M. TO 2 A.M. SUNDAY 11 A.M. TO 9 P.M. PHONE THE 327-0240 327-2297 LOTUS Across From Tho CPR Depot City teachers retire ministration program have also been announced by Mr. Mai- sey. "In the past, students have entered the labor market after only one year of study. To bet- ter equip students, they will take a general core of business administration courses plus one of five special study he said. In addition, students will be required to undertake an inde- pendent study project related to their choice of major. Sixteen retiring teachers on the Lethbridge public and separate school divisions gather for a farewell group photo following the banquet held Friday for about 500 city educators. Left to right, from bottom: Bea Pack, Joe Lakie, Hazel McKenzie, Lucille Hamilton, Anna Bell, Adrianna Mol, Alberta Clarke, Kay Scully, Lenoir Rolfson, Betty Howell, Ray Dunlop, Elsi Provan, Dorothy Dunn, Ruby Silzner, Al Candy and Bob Dunn. Retiring principal favors more support for ATA Stronger and continued support for the Alberta Teachers' Association was advocated Friday by G. S. (Joe) Lakie, retiring princi- pal of Fleetwood Bawden School. Mr. Lakie, one of 16 teach- ers retiring this year from the Lethbridge public and separate school systems, said the ATA may have power now but it doesn't have power enough. "There are those on the sidelines who think the ATA has too much power. "The ATA is the only body that has continuously tried to improve education in Alber- ta. It's up to every teacher to play his or her part to make sure the ATA remains an influential group in this Mr. Lakie said. His remarks were made at the annual banquet of city teachers, attended by nearly 500 local educators including guest speaker Joe Eerlando, economic consultant for the ATA. Mr. Berlando, a former principal of Saint Patrick's School, served the Leth- bridge ATA as president be- fore joining the Edmonton executive. The two and a half- hour ceremony, in the Leth- bridge Exhibition Pavilion, included special presenta- tions to Dr. 0. P. (Olaf) Lar- son, retiring superintendent of schools for the city's pub- lic division; and Dr. Jim Cousins, dean emeritus for the University of Lethbridge. Retiring teachers were in- troduced by Bill Cousins, past president of the local ATA, and by Jerry Heck, president-elect of the local ATA. Mr. Heck said the city's senior educators are a com- modity unique to Canadians who have justi- fied the dignity and worth of each individual. "Their determination, sin- cerity and desire have chal- lenged and existed in the minds of many young people. Thank you for your unrelent- less dedication and he said. Hillspring youth remanded on trafficking charge A 17 year old youth charged under the Food and Drug Act with trafficking in MDA was remanded Friday, in custody, to next Friday for election and plea. Jeffery Folsom of Hill- spring, 10 miles west of Card- ston, was charged May 12. in Waterton and at that time, KCMP indicated to the court it would proceed with the case under summary convic- tion. Friday, however, Crown prosecutor Charles Virtue made a successful applica- tion to have the matter dealt with by indictment. (Under indictment, the penalty is more severe and the accused can decide what court he wishes to be tried Curtis Elaine Allred, 17, of Calgary charged with the same offence following the Incident at Waterton, has pleadsd not guilty and will be tried June 29 in Wa- terton. V An 18 year old Leth- bridge youth charged April 26 with possession of MDA for the purpose of trafficking was remanded Friday to July 20. Robert Vornbrock reserved plea on the charge. Irrigation officer named Don Wentz, a Grassy Lake area native, has been named irrigation specialist for the Lethbridge district succeed- ing Stan Noreaka who has been transferred to Calgary. A graduate of Montana State University in Bozeman, Mr. Wentz will apply his crop and soil science training to providing advice for Southern Alberta's irrigation farmers. Before accepting his posi- tion, Mr. Wentz taught sever- al farm management courses during the winter months at the Lethbridge Community College. FRANK'S SHOE REPAIRS As usual quality manship Fait service Reasonable 610.13th STREET N. E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental Bldg. Phone 327-0565 SMiLEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS INSTALLED Phone 328-2176 PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6th St. S. and 1514A 9th Ave.S. PHONE 327.5151 327-7771 hour service tailoring Hocking and leather processing pleat drapery processing Council to face fares, crossing, power plant Bus fares, the controver- sial crossing at Mayor Ma- grath Dr. and 5th Ave. S., and the city's power plant will be among items dished up for city council discussion Monday. Aldermen will be asked to rescind the five cent bus fare increase they voted in a month ago. figures submit- ted to council by Gil Brdos, acting as city manager while Tom Nutting is on holidays, show a net increase in rev- enue generated by the fare increase would amount to an estimated per year. As the fare increase is to be effective July 1, the in- crease this year would be about and Mr. Erdos tween the hours of asks on this basis that 10 cent exact cash fare be re- tained at least to the end of 1973. Another report to coun- cil on the Mayor Magrath Dr. 5th Ave. S. situation does not recommend any change in the intersection controls. The report says the exist- ing design of the intersection is capable of handling vehicles per hour and at present under peak condi- tions handles only ve- hicles per hour. A traffic count taken on May 14 at the intersection be- Public meetings will discuss recreation trail planning Citizens interested in out- door activities and environ- mental matters are being asked to help plan more rec- reation trails in the province. A series of public meetings to discuss recreation trails in Alberta will be held next Oc- tober in Edmonton, Calgary, Lethbridge and Grande Prai- rie. The twcniay seminars are being organized and sponsor- ed by the Alberta govern- ment recreation committee. Even though a number of recreation trails already exist in Alberta for such pur- poses as hiking, bird watch- ing, riding, bicycling, canoe- ing and snowmobiling, more can be done to provide recre- ation outlets for citizens of the province, the committee says. The seminars will include discussions on existing trails, the need for an association to co-ordinate planning and New dance program in Edmonton Auditions will be held in Ed- monton June 3 for dance stu- dents interested in enrolling in a new program at Grant MacEwan Community Col- lege. There's room for 15 female and 10 male students in the fields of ballet and contem- porary dance in the program which starts this fall at the multi-campus Edmonton col- lege. Prospective students in the program's ballet course are required to have a substantial background in ballet, but the contemporary dance course is less demanding people with athletic backgrounds for ex- ample will make suitable ap- plicants. The program is unique ac- cording to the college's chair- man of arts techniques, Dr. George Naylor in that it is the first to be offered by a public post-secondary educa- tional institution. Until now the only institutions where dancers can train have been private schools and the Na- tional Ballet School. BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. MOVING? OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES development of province-wide trails and the need for leg- islation on trails and their use. Committee chairman is Horst Schmid, Alberta minis- ter of culture, youth and rec- reation. Requests for information and written submissions should be directed to The Ex- ecutive Secretary, Alberta GrGvemznent Recreation Com- mittee, 14th floor, CN Tower, Edmonton. Dogs killed sheep farmer says About 45 sheep and lambs, valued at between and were killed 'Friday morning by two dogs, it has been charged. The owner of the livestock, Charles Perrett, a Stirling district farmer, told The Her- ald the dogs herded the sheep into a corner of the corral where they were being kept, and killed about five or six. The rest suffocated when they were crowded into the corner, Mr. Perrett said. After chasing the dogs away, he followed them into Stirling. Mr. Perrett then con- tacted the RCMP which is still investigating the inci- dent. and p.m. and to p.m. showed a total of 283 adults and 359 children crossed Mayor Magrath Dr. Li the period four children and three adults started across against the "don't walk" signal, while no cars were seen to run a red light that day. The report notes: "That does not mean drivers don't run reds but by the same token one does not design for people who break laws." "The safety of a pedestrian cannot be assured by design it says. "It is impera- tive that not only city forces, but the parent and the school system share the task of dis- cipline, education and en- forcement of traffic laws." The only change the report suggests is an increase in the "walk" period to conform with a standard four feet per second walking rate rather than the present 4.8 feet per second. The recommendation going to council on the power plant is that a feasibility study be done by an independent con- sultant. This decision was reached at a meeting Monday by the city's power plant committee and one of the consultants that made proposals to the city on a study has been ask- ed to make its presentation to council Monday. Other matters on the agen- da include another look at amendments to the city waste bylaw, a report on ten- ders for the new fire head- quarters and training facili- ties and a request from the parks department to make weed control in lanes the re- sponsibility of property own- ers. Certified Dental Mocnanic :ilFF BUCK, SLACK DENTAL LABH MIDICAL DENTAL BLOC. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 FISHERMAN SPECIALS! FISHING ROD and SPIN CASTING REEL line FISHING BELLS Each OLD PAL 3 TRAY TACKLE BOX Special SPIKED ROD HOLDERS. Each EXTENDABLE BOAT LANDING NET Each NYLON RE-INFORCED RUBBER BOAT Reg. 26.50 Special 69c 8.50 7. Call Sporting 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Specials in effect until June 16, 1973 SHOCK SPECIAL i Delco Pleasurizer Shocks. Reg. 12.75. NOW ONLY 9 .95 Plus Installation let check your shocks free. This you to a free entry in Delco's Puerto Rico fun and sun tour for 8 days all inclusive. One entry also for each shock you purchase. "If you're net satisfied we will give you your money and your old back." BRAKE SPECIAL Install new Delco Brake Linings on all 4 wheels. In- parts and labor. For most American Passenger cars I ItZKM PM" 31 union MAGRATH SERVICE 422 Mayor Magrath Drivo Ph. 328-9766 ;