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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 IHE tEfHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, June 25, Co-Operation, In Wildlife Asked Of U.S. The Waterton Lukes [s'ylim- Park Chnmber of Commerce has asked Hie Wildlife and Na- tioiK'l Park service -of the Unit- ed Stages to co-operate with the Canadian National Parks to formulate a restocking pi'O- gram lor Wstertcn Lakes. Emaimel Cclien, president of the Waterten chamber, said since the lake is am interna- tiC'nal body cf water, there is no concrete plan for restocking, rnd at present the fish popula- tion is bacily depleted. In a letter lo Montana Sena- te- Mike Mansfield, Mr. Cohen said every year truck loads cf fresh water shrimp are ttken cut cf the lake and transu-it ed to Ihe U.S. for the onvccse cf further ppcoagating fish iced in American lakes. He said Ihe Waterten rrea is nsiftentlv used to ret this marine species, causing the low marine pcpiibticiv LIGHTS was the case afler a swather on the back of a truck, right backgrou-nd, collided with a light standard on the Oldman River bridge a mile west of lethbridge Wednesday, The truck was driven by Michael Walter Bears of Calgary. Damage was estimated at about No one was injursd in the mishap. Administrative Salaries On U of L Wage Grid Administrative salaries for Neilson. last years students' University of Lethbridge per-1 society council said sonnel were added recently the wage grid approved by the board of governors at its last meeting. NV> figures have been re- teased for either administra- tive or faculty salaries pending agreements yet to be reached at the University of Calgary and University of Alberta. However, it is believed the in- creases averaged about 10 per cent. The board's fianace commit- tee has undertaken a study of individual .job requirements in administrative positions, in or- der, it said, to avoid indefinite increases in salaries for cer- tain positions. In a discussion concerning tuition fees at the university, student board member LaMont are a small but quite visible portion of the ex- pense associated higher education. He said one of Uie principal negative effects of tuition is i that it acts as a real psycholo- gical barrier to students in Grades 9 and 10 who are de- ciding whether or not to enter the high school university pro- gram and to whom the annual university tuition in Al- berta is a substantial sum. In other business: The board approved ap- pointment of Dr. Jon Thorlacius as co-ordinator of student teaching for the U of L faculty of education, effective July 1, 1970. It continued the appoint- ment of Dr. Eugene Falken- berg as assistant to the dean As an membtr of tilt Downtown Assoc. PLEASE NOTE! Effective Immediately We will remain open Thursday and Friday evenings until p.m. to better serve our many customers and to give our staff a longer weekend. We will close at noon on Saturdays VIKING HAIR STYLING LTD. LETHBRIDGE Please phone for appointment 327-0150 LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY SUMMER PROGRAM CANOE INSTRUCTION Sponsored Jointly By COMMUNITY SUMMER PROGRAM and ths YMCA CANOE CLUB WHIN: JUNE 29 TO AUGUST 3 (Mpndny to Friday) WHf-RE: FIRST SESSION YMCA p.m. Monday, June 29 COURSE CONTENT: FUNDAMENTALS OF CANOEING Open to youths of ages 14 to 18. COST: PER PERSON Registration will be taken at the Community Summer Program Office in the Votes Memorial Centre until p.m., Monday, June 29, 1970, MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT OF CLASS 14 CANOES WILL BE SUPPLIED NAMES TAKEN ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS of education for administrative affairs for 1970-1971. Dr. K. G. McCurdy. chair- man of (lie chemistry depart- ment was granted a one-year sabbatical leave for the 1971- 1972 term. The board approved pay- ment of premium-time salaries for some laborers on the uni- versity's new campus project in order to get far enough ahead of the construct i o n schedule that there is enough "float or extra sched- ule time to be applied if any problems arise to delay pro- gress. The structural contrac- tor will be authorized to slart a nine-hour day requiring reg- ular overtime pay. Dr. Neil Holms, chairman of the board, and Dr. Bill Beckel, acting president of the university, reported that at a recent meeting of the U of L Lethbridge Community College liaison committee, procedures were discussed for removal of the university from LCC prop- erty when the new West Leth- bridge campus is complete. An agreement listing condi- tions of separation (covering library books, capital equip- ment, building restoration, grounds restoration and other factors) has been drafted and is undergoing revision. The university and college have agreed that September, 1972 will be the probable date on which the college may ex- pect its buildings to have been vacated and renovated. (The university expects to be teaching on its new campus in September, 1971, but complete moving and time for renova- tions work on the college cam- pus will take another year.) Youth Theatre Auditions Set An initial meeting of persons 18-25 years, interested in par ticipating in the Canadian premiere of a Your Own Thing, will be held Thin iday night at 8 o'clock at the Yates Memorial Centre. i The play, based on Shake- speare's Twelfth Night, will run Aug. 21, 22, 28 and 29 at the Yates Memorial Centre. The four-night run is expected to he the first production of the multi-media play since interna- tional performing rights were made available last month. Your Own Thing won the 1968 New York Critics' Award as the best musical on- ar off- Broadway, and is still running off-Broadway and in London's West End. Originally demanding a cast of about 12 persons, each play- ing numerous roles, the show locally will feature an expand- ed cast. The second summer musical sponsored by the Lethbridge Musical Theatre, the play will be produced by the city's cul- tural development superinten- dent Dick Mells and directed by Lee Drew, drama supervi- sor for the community sum- mer program. Mr. Drew, a newcomer to Lethbridge, has a BSc, with a major in theatre arts, from Ohio State University. He has produced full-length plays for the last ceuple of summers at Many Glaciers Hotel in Mon- tana. The play, a rock musical, will include novel lighting effects, film slides, dancing, singing and sound effects. EtECTROCUTED Two registered Appalooso horses owned by W. H. tumley of Coalhurst were killed Wednes- day when they came in contact with an electric power pole guide line. It ii believed a vehicle had itruclc the pole previously, loosening the guide wire and causing it to contact the power line, bringing the high- voltage in range of the horses. The animals were valued at about Pre-Scliool Program To Continue The pre-schoo] program of the Lethbridge Association for the Mentally Retarded will still be operated and supported by the association after the Dor- othy Courier School is taken over by the Lethbridge public school board, Mrs. D. L. Dun- lop, association president, said Wednesday. The association will also maintain Sunrise Ranch, Ol- ive- House and a proposed nsw student residence on a separate basis. Construction cf the new resi- dence is tentatively scheduled to begin sometime 'in July. Mrs. Dunlop said tne plans have been submitted to Cen- tra) Mortgage and Housing Corporation and the association is waiting for approval of the Bridge Contest I e J Scheduled For Lethbridge The annual summer sec- tional Bridge Championships will take place at the Park Piaza Hotel Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The tournament is sponsored by Ihe Lethbridge unit of the American Contract Bridge League under the chairman- Jury Rules Death By Accident A coroner's1 jury this morning ruled the death of Alfred Chief Body, 22, of the Blood Indian reserve was caused by his acci- dentally being struck by a car The accident occurred April 2, seven miles west of Fort Macleod on Highway i The jury also ruled alcohol on the part, of the deceased I was a contributing factor to his death, and added that speeding by the driver of the car could have been a contributing fac- tor. o recommendations were made by the jury, but it noted Chief Body was trying to hitch ride and was walking on the wrong side of the road with his back to traffic when he was struck. Driver of the car involved was Michael Donaldson, of Lethbridge. Coroner was Dr. .1. K Mc- Tavish. Of Graduates Alberta Students Four Charges A Saskatchewan man, Mar- tin Ernest Lerat, was fined a teial of and costs or 50 days in jail when he pleaded guilty in Lethbridge magis- trate's court to four separate charges. He was convicted of driving a car while impaired, operat- ing a motor vehicle for which there was not certifieale of reg- istration, operating a motor ve- hicle without a driver's licence and operating a meter vehicle without insurance. He was also prohibited from driving anywhei-e in Canada for nine months. Lerat apparently hit a park- ed car causing damage. ship of Mrs. Rose Mrazek. Di- reclor and judge of play is Phil Woods of Vancouver. The tournament annually at- tracts approximately 400-150 tables of bridge over tire three days and six sessions of Bridge enthusiasts attend from Montana, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and all areas in Alberta. In addition to championship events, there are open events scheduled every day in which, with then- own partnei-s or sup- plied partners, the less skilled bridge players are welcome to play. The wind-up buffet supper Sunday evening will be spon- sored by Sicks' Brewery Ltd. who also have donated troplu'es for all championship events. Further information may be obtained from Mrs. Mary Wo- bick at 327-6753, Herb Bal- covske, 327-5936 or Ken Waters at 328-1248. Eighteen persons from Leth- bridge and district received degrees at the recent 73rd an- nual commencement exercises of the University of Montana, Helena. Lethbridge doctor of edu- cation: Eugene E. Falkenburg; MEd: Arthur Loewn and Frank J. S o v k a; BA: Beverley and Marcia Ann Goodman (so- cial welfare.) Magrath MEd: Thomas A. Karren and Grant L. Wheeler. Milk Biver MA: Alistajr R. MacMillan (business admin- I istration.) Pincher Thora- i as D. Halbert. Tabor Master of Science: Ron H. Beck (biological sci- ences. Warner BA: Karen Kay McKenzie (home economics) and Freda Wong Cardston MA: Linda Lee Thomas BEd George H. Hamilton. Champion BA: William J. Petronech (business adminis- tration.) Coleman BA: Thomas L Bubniak (iwalth and physical Lanny F. Oliva and James B. Zak (forestry.) LEAVE HOOKS Fishermen who are snagged deeply with a hook, should bandage the wound and head for the nearest medical help, More Funds For Bridge 'Renovations City council is expected to deal Monday with the awarding of Ihe contract for renovations to UK 9lh St. bridge. Council, sitting as the finance committee. Wednesday gave in- formal approval to the expendi- ture of approximately more than had been allocated for the job. A decision was needed quick- ly because steel for the reno- vations has to be ordered im- mediately. Tenders for the job closed June 12, but none were within the estimate. No decision was made at that time on the awarding of the contract. 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