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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta me Man dies in industrial accident A 25-year-old Pincher Creek man died at Foothills Hospital in Calgary Wednesday after- noon as the result of injuries suffered in an industrial acci- dent near Waterton Tuesday. Terry an employee if Brinkerhof was working on an oil rig a half mile north of the Chief Moun- tain customs port when a icavy sheet of metal got in the wind and knock- ed Mr. Streidel off the rig. He was taken to Cardston Hospital and later transferred a Calgary. Coroner Dr. L. A. Sfckercher of Calgary has not ret decided if an inquest will M held.. 3 injured in collision Three persons suffered minor injuries in a two car collision at 13th Street and 8th Avenue S. Wednesday noon. Douglas 1414 30th St. was southbound on 13th Street and collided with the rear of a car driven by Harry 1239 8th Aye. who was making a right turn onto 8th Avenue. The Forbes car in turn struck a Charlene 1310 7th Ave. S. Mr. Forbes was treated and released at St. Michael's Hospital for cuts and bruises. Miss Burton and Mr. Sommerfeldt suffered bumps and bruises but did not require treatment. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Phone 328-4095 Beams and trusses Construction moves ahead as workmen place huge roof trusses for the winter sports complex being built just north of Lethbridge Com- munity College for the 1975 Canada Winter Games. Beams in the foreground will eventually support the upper seating divided from the lower tier by a concourse. HOYTS Has Everything in HOCKEY Tuck White Hockey Tape 20 yd. roll. Only Cooper Black Tape 16yd. roll. Only Skate Carrying Bag Model S397. Only 1.95 Plastic Skate Guards or small. Only .pr. CALL SPORTING GOODS 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Disturbing peace charges withdrawn Charges against six men ac- cused of disturbing the peace Sept. 9 were withdrawn in provincial court Wednesday. Blair Gary Alfred Arthur Hans Manfred H. all of and Lawrence Lee Medicine and Mark Ralph of Fort plead- ed not guilty in provincial court Oct. 17. The charges were withdrawn at the request of D. V. crown prosecutor. Community response 'great' Centre finds volunteers Drivers have been found for three local residents who needed the Volunteer Action Centre reports. response was great we even got two extra said Diana co ordinator of the volunteer centre. She issued a call for help last week for drivers for a Coaldale youngster who need- College administrators to get gov't explanation FOX DENTURE CLINIC PHONE 327-6585 E. S. P. C.D.M. FOX LETHBHIDGE DENTAL LAB. 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLOQ. COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 201 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 For Utmost Safe Driving in Snow and Icy Install UNIROYAL SNOWPLOW The province's college ad- ministrators will get an ex- planation in -Lethbridge Fri- day of the way the Alberta Department of Advanced Education oversees college affairs. A government delegation headed by Dr. Henry assistant deputy minister of the will meet with the Alberta Association of College Administrators at an open session at the Lethbridge Community Many college officials through the province have felt they lacked a clear under- standing of the government's supervision of colleges since it dissolved the Alberta College's Commission early this year and made ad- ministration of the college the direct responsibility of the ad- vanced education department. The college's commission was set up by the Social Credit provincial administration prior to the 1971 provincial general election. The commis- sion was responsible to the minister of education. When the Conservatives swept the 1971 they set up two portfolios to handle education the department of education and the depart- ment of advanced education. The dissolution of the com- mission was the final action making all post-secondary education the responsibility of the new department. In other the college administrators will discuss the relevance of tui- tion and the concern of college presidents that the govern- ment is promoting input from students and faculty but not the presidents. The session will begin at 10 a.m. in the lecture theatre of the LCC science building. ed a ride home from a special learning class in the a University of Lethbridge stu- dent confined to a wheelchair who needed a lift to physiotherapy sessions at the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital and a Dorothy Gooder student who needed a ride to a morn- ing job. f- Ms. Briley said the volunteer centre has enjoyed good co-operation from the community even though she has not yet had time to make the personal contacts usually necessary in organizing a pool of volunteers. now have 21 persons on our she said. The centre was set up to co- ordinate the efforts of com- munity agencies and groups to find volunteers and put them to work. It has been operating on temporary funds from members of the Assumption parish social action com- mittee. Applications have been made for government Local Initiative Project grant and for a civic grant. 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SALE installed with rubber cushion......... top teller mum-color 16 .7t frieze Hgtrtty heat aet nylon. Gorg--------------------- Won 17 In aH. TO SUIT TOUH euoetr _ Jordans DOWNTOWN at 318-tth Street South IM CefteM tar HI TIWw CUFF HACK. BUCK DENTAL LAB MEHCM. DENTAL MJN. cheque given school RCMP project A cheque of was presented Wednesday to Hamilton Junior High School for the preparation and show- ing of an audio-visual exhibit dealing with the early years of the RCMP. Dr. James chairman of the RCMP Cen- tury Celebrations made the presentation to Bruce audio-visual specialist at the as 750 applauding students and visiting dignitaries looked on. In making the presentation MacGregor said the ex- hibit was of the most remarkable projects ever to come to the attention of the Fort Macleod mayor George Buzunis presented a commemorative scroll to stu- dent council president Darryl Langridge in recognition of a' trek last spring by 13 Hamilton students who arriv- ed in Fort Macleod re-tracing the route of the North West Mounted Police in 1873-74. The RCMP Century Celebrations Committee has granted the project about The remainder will be paid subject to the receipt of a firm schedule of the itinerary planned for the exhibit. Survey to probe V ideals Whether the University of Lethbridge is living up to its founding ideals is the ques- tion to be answered by a sur- vey being conducted by a U of L psychology student. Tim a Lethbridge resident for 13 will be issuing questionnaires to all faculty and administration personnel and to 400 randomly selected 100 from each of the four un- dergraduate levels. He hopes to determine whether the university's ob- jectives are being by analysing participants' perceptions of the campus en- vironment. If there is a great difference between U of L's ideals and the way people view the he it would indicate that something is preventing implementation of the philosophy. Eskimo music featured Recordings of Canadian Eskimo music will be featured Thursday during a public lecture on the culture and music of northern natives. The A. K. spent several weeks this summer visiting Eskimo settlements in the Northwest Territories. The lecture will be held at at the Univer- sity of Lethbridge. BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS CtttM Open Thurs. and Frl. Evenings Phone 321-0372 2711 AM. S. ON THE WAY TO ERICKSEN'S DINE DANCE Friday Saturday week Featuring WESTWINDS DINING ROOM to P.m. NO COVER CHARGE Phone 328-7756 for Reservations Sunday FAMILY DAY SUNDAY BRUNCH 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. FAMILY DINING 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. CHILDREN'S IN TMS OLD TRADITION OF WESTERN HOSPITALITY The project involves about 80 students during the first semester and the same number during the second semester. The students this fall have taken two one to Fort Macleod and the other to Beaver about 35 miles northwest of the town. s Farm managing course scheduled at college Two four-week farm management spon- sored by Canada Manpower and the Alberta Department of will be started at the Lethbridge Community College in January. The Alberta Farm Manage- ment Course will start Jan. 14. Topics will include farm ac- income credit and areas of special problem to the par- ticipants.' The Soil and Nutrition Management Course will start Jan. 21 and is designed to provide information on fer- tilizers and cropping practices related to soil requirements on irrigated land. Both courses run five days per five hours per day. Each class is limited to 20 persons. A training allowance will be provided by the federal government. The training allowance will be provided by the federal government. The training allowance schedule provides per week for a young person living at home with an employed parent or for a regular worker with no for workers with one with two with three dependents and per week with four or more dependents. Farmers can register with the Lelhbridge district agriculturist at the Ad- ministration Building on 9th Street and 3rd Avenue N. School addition approved A addition to Wilson Junior High School at 9th Avenue and 20th Street N. was approved by the Municipal Planning Commission Wednesday. The commission tabled two other applications at its regular weekly meeting. A request by the Kradle Koop to establish a day care centre at 648 llth Street S. is to be advertised for the usual two weeks before a decision is reached on it. The other by City Realty to build an office building at 420 13th St. N. was tabled until the com- pany can come up with a plan to meet the required parking number of parking stalls. tht ART STUDIO ON FlCTW AVENUE EXHIBITION OF Pilntlags Drawinas Prints MENTR.LAYCOCK B.F.A. Until Nov. 30th 710-5 AVE S ItTHBRlQCE-AiTA HEINO DEEKEN Manager THIS YEAR give PERMANENT FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS As... Christmas Gifts Make your selection now white stock Priced from Call 327-5747 FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322-Sth St. S. ATTENTION AREA XI of Alberta Federation Home and School Association ANNUAL CONVENTION Nov. a.m. to 4 p.m. Wilson Jr. High School 9 Ave. and 20 St. North LUNCH INCLUDED IN REGISTRATION 8-TRACK TAPES MusWand Supplies United Stereo CHARADE Buckwheat POPPY SEEDS Poppy Family WATT 10 Years After KING OF HEARTS Engelbert Humperdlnek MOOGI QBBAT 8TRAU88 WALTZES Special These tapes Reg. Now U SPECIAL TAPE HEAD CLEANERS Reg. SUPPLIES LIMITED Center 3rd Ate. end 1MD SL S. ;