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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta LCC Radio 4rts Program To Be Expanded This Fall L Lellihrklge Community Col- lege's one-year-old radio arts program is to be expanded to a radio-television arts course next fall. The radio-television course will be combined with the pres- ent journalism course to form a new communication arts pro- gram, which by 1971-1972 is expected to include a theatre arls course. All three courses will be de- signed for a one-year terminal program or a two-year, more intensive program. Students in the radio-televi- sion course relating media. Classes will involve radio and TV announcing, administration, continuity and commercial writing, audio control, and pro- duction and direction. Students in the two-year course will add to these classes in basic acting and optional courses in journalism, advertis- ing, political science and psy- chology. Use will be made of CJLH- take classes to both broadcasting TV's studios on the northeast outskirts of the city, and a lend- lease arrangement will be con- tracted with the University of Lcthhridfie for use of educa- tional media facilities. Journalism, directed by Tom O'llanlon, will retain its pres- ent format, except for the drop- ping of some radio arts and speech classes. The course now includes such items as news editing and writ- ing, editorial writing, headline writing, radio and TV news editing, typing, and in the two- year program, various h'beral- education studies. The proposed theatre program comprise basic acting, directing, lighting and sound, workshops and theatre practice. Added to these for the two- year program will be speech, creative dramatics, theatre management, set construction public relations and liberal- arts subjects. Journalism, radio television and theatre arts students will all take a basic course in cofn- Silver Star Industries Lid. .astics Moulding Industry Produces Variety Of Items Chamber SupportsGamesBid By RIC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer Silver Star Industries "moulds" the way many people in Canada and the United Stat- es live. Located on the corner of 4th Ave. and 6th St. S., Lethbridge, it is one of south Alberta's larg est moulders of plastics and fiberglass. The company was formed in 1961 and began pro- duction in 1962. The present building has square feel of working area, with addition- al storage space. The firm has 12 employees, with two men in management. Plant general manager Tom Hedrich and his brother Bob, who runs the office and administration, will be using a double shift as business war- rants. A split shift for off-peak weeks is now being used. The double shift means an increase of three employees. The current main production is to fill a contract with sev eral trailer companies to mako component parts. The compan ies include: HaiCo Manufactur- ing Ltd., Prebuilt Manufactur- ing Ltd., Boise Cascade Manu- facturing, Mark III Manufactur- ing, all of Lethbridge, and South Park Industries of Cal- Boat trailers and Mercury snow cruisers are also handled by Silver Star. All Mercury out- {boards and boating and marine j supplies can be seen in a re- urbished r o o m at the ilant location. "We are sending a man to i Mercury sponsored service said Mr. Hedrich. "He vill be a qualified service repre- sentative." The company also handles gary. Included A brief to study the feasibil- ity of Lethbridge hosting the 1973 Canada Summer Games has received unaiitawus sup- port from the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce. Will Bowns, general man- ager of the chamber said he has been instructed to submit a letter cf support to city coun- cil before June 11. Wilma Winter, physical edu- cation instructor at the Uni- versity cf Lethbridge has been hired by the parks and recrea- tion department to complete the feasibility study, which will I Canadian Amateur Sports' Fed- be submitted to city council for oration that they would like to ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denta! Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 323-4095 approval before the June 15 deadline for application from centres in Alberta. A part cf the feasibility study is to ascertain the level of com- munity support, said Bill Brown, superintendent of the city's parks and recreation de- partment. He said support has also been received from the U ef L and city groups active in the sports that will be part of the sum- mer games. He asked that all groups in the city in favor of the sum- mer games for Lethbridge con- tact Mrs. Winter or the parks and recreation department to be included in the brief since there may not be time for the committee to get to all groups. It has been indicated by the HA1G CLINIC Is Pleased To Announce G, F.R.C.S. (C) WILL RESUME PRACTICE IN ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY on JUNE 16th, 1970 put the games inasmaller community. "Since Le'shbridge can be classed as a larger small cen- tre, there is a good chance for the city to host the said Mr. Brown. The June 15 deadline for ap- plications is for the provincial government recreation branch to determine the extent to which assistance can be given. 'or the trailers, besides fronts and backs are: camper trailer lids, shower pans, holding tanks and bathroom units for trave' jailer units. The units vary from a sim- ple shower pan to the complet ed bathroom unit. He said, "We are now o i n g into making camp er additions to Ford Econoline Super Vans. These units wit ccommodate a family of five or six." They are a cross between B.C. Range Tour Alex Johnston, range ecolo- gist at the Le'.hbridge Research Station, with a number of pro- vincial and federal government officials, is on a range tour of central interior British Colum- bia. The purpose cf the tour is to assess the general condition of the rangekixt and to determine the potential of the area for livestock production. The area tcurcd takes in the Csribcu and Chilcotin country. TECEIVES BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Choosa wisely the monu- ment to honor your loved ones. will be pleased to assist yoy. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS "Wo Hava Boon Satisfying Customers For Ovor 60 Years" 325 8ih SI. S., Lclhbridgo Phono 327-3920 in the components a camper and The company motor home has built car 'iberglass supplies ar.d repair kits. Dune Buggy bodies are built in the plant and shipped to the U.S. Silver Star will become the west Canadian sales outlet :or the buggies, selling them from British Columbia to Man- itoba. Another body built by the company is for the Renagade. This vehicle is an all-terrain unit with tracks available for snow and muskeg. "We hope to be selling these units in the near said Mr. Hedrich. A winter-season production item is custom tops for sports cars. They are sold through dealers. In the retail line, Silver Star stocks a complete line of mar ine accessories and boating equipment such as life jackets, paddles and custom boat acces- sories. Silver Star has moulds and ovie Makers New Club Name The Lethbridge Cine Club, to of postage rates. The contest be renamed the Lethbridge sponsored by the Canadian Movie Makers, is expected to sponsor an amateur film-mak- ing contest in tte city this year. The contest will be held in conjunction with the city's rec- reation departmsnt, and is ex- pected to have a deadline in the late fall. Details of the contest have not been completed. The Lethbridgj group came fourth this year in the annual national inter-cities contest, beating cut such cities as Mon- treal, Winnipeg, Vancouver and Toronto. The local entry was a seven- minute satire on the problems War. Only of Cine Amateurs which sets a title for its competition This year the title was Paper ___ four percentage points separated the first-place finish ers from Lethbridge. The first three places were taken by Ot- tawa, Hamilton and Wei land Ont. The Lethbridge Cine Club in 1968 won the national contes! with a film on the pill. The club, which welcomes new members, meets the firs Wednesday of each month, a 8 p.m., in the Canadian West era Natural Gas Co. auditori um on Stafford Drive. equipment in excess of 000 and modern spray equip- ment for fibergalss work. The company makes any moulds necessary to do the job. A simple shower pan may ,ake two hours to build while 1 boat hull or larger item may ;ake 10-12 hours or mot'e. As nany as 10 men, depending on .he steps in the cycle, may be ised in making any product. The process includes: treat- ing the mould for ease hi re- easing the finished item; a col- ored coat of plastic material for ;hc finish; lay-up or build-up o 'lass fibers saturated with plas ic polyester resins; and final iy removal after curing, and finishing (assembly and uphol Engineering figures rate fib erglass twice as strong pe weight as aluminum and approx imately four times strongs than wood. Mr. Hedrich and his brothe Bob, who run the office and ad ministration, plan on going t two shifts daily before spring with an increase in staff. They reported a growth las year of 30 per cent, compare to the national average increas for the fiberglass industry 15-40 per cent. "We expect for the coming year as is indie ated by the planned expansion, he said. "We feel this is th coming industry for south A berta and we hope to be read for it. top boats and canoes since 196 and this year is producing run- 1 abouts and handling a full line of Mercury outboard motors. I RESIDENTIAL COOLING SYSTEMS CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-3388 mnications and society. The ibjcct looks at broad aspects the mass media, including 1m, magazines, advertising, ewspapcrs, theatre and broad- asting. Chct Wayne, head of the adio-television arts program, aid the outline of the theatre rts program has been included LCC's 1970-71 calendar "to ee how many people are inter- sted." Mr. Wayne said the growing ole of community productions as pointed out the need for availability of professional eople. Theft Of Credit Cards Brings Jail Three Calgary men, Douglas 'ester Aitfcirs, Kenneth Neer- aard and Steven Joseph Dev- rnek pleaded guilty in Leth- ridge magistrate's court Wed- esday to possession of stolen cards and were each sen- enced Thursday to 30 days in ail. Aitldrs was also sentenced to n additional 60 days in jail hen he pleaded guilty to car heft. Devcrnek pleaded guilty to Another charge of fraudulently obtaining a driver's licence and vas sentenced to 30 days in ail. The sentence will run con- urrent with his other term. Apparently the three convict- ed men came into the posses- sion of two credit cards and )evornek used one cf them to obtain a driver's licence from he motor vehicles branch of he provincial government. Later in the day Aitkhis ap- proached a used car dealer in jethbridge and asked him if he could try out a car. The three ook the car and when they didn't return charges wero laid. The three men have poiica records of similar offences. RECEIVES DEGREES Charles Gyde Heaven of Ed- monton, obtained his of Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Medicine at the recent xon- vocofion at the University of Alberta in Edmonfon. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS ITD. 324 9th St. S. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitations Announcement! (24 Hour Service If Necessary) Bride Book! Napkins Matches Thank You Card. We provide Complimentary Personalized Head Table Place Cards with 'each Orderl FREE CUSTOMER PARKINS DUANE J. CREDICO Has received his B. A. Degree with distinciion af Iho U of A Sprinq Convocations at Edmon- ton, May 26th. He is tiic son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Credico of telhbridac. ENGINEERED STRUCTURES CO. LTD. A wholly-owned subsidiary of NATIONAL HOMES LIMITED, Abbotsford, B.C. You've never had such a wonderful Choice or better Value Over forty fine home plans in two, three, four (and more) bedroom designs ranch ramblers, L-shapes, cathedrol- entry and two-storey. 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