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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1S THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD NOVemow Board ousts 2 directors Drinking threatens Friendship Centre If internal problems don't result in the shutdown of the Lethbridge Friendship the police will Drobably close it the ex- ecutive director of the centre said today. Corey whose resignation is still pending before the board of directors of the Native Friendship Society of Southern said the centre is deteriorating to the point where people now go there to drink. She said the internal problems facing the centre are to blame for the claiming that she no longer has any authority to correct it. Both Miss and the society's Rose Yellow have tendered their resignations before the society's board of direc- tors. The resignations were to have been discussed at a board meeting Friday but two of the direc- tors were removed from the leaving no quorum. Cyril Brophy and Ken Morris were removed from the board when it was learned they were not members of the society for the required 60 days previous to election to the board. In an attempt to get out from under their the remaining board members called'a general membership meeting for Dec. 8 to elect a new board. The two resignations will be discussed at that time. Miss Foster has indicated she will stay on as executive director until Dec. but told The Herald she is continuing to look for another job. New education dean appointed Robert Universi- ty of Lethbridge education has been appointed to a five-year term as dean of the education the U of L board of governors announc- ed Friday. The appointment becomes effective July 1974 when Dr. Anderson will replace R. J. Leskiw. who has held the post for six years. Dr. Anderson joined the U of L education faculty in. 1969 after serving as head of the secondary education depart- ment at the University of Saskatchewan. In upon request of the Nigerian he spent a year at the University of Lagos to assist in the development of graduate education. Just A New Shipment BROOKS FIRESIDE FURNISHINGS In Iron or Himrrwrad FIRESIDE SCREENS LOG HOLDERS COAL HODS BELLOWS FIRE SETS WOOD BOXES AND IRONS GRATES Call Hardware 327-5787 DOWNTOWN Dr. Anderson was born in Saskatchewan where he received his BA and degrees. He also taught on the Saskatchewan campus and was involved on more than 25 major committees with the University of Saskatchewan and University of Calgary. Dr. Anderson completed his MA and PhD at the University of Minnesota. Prior to coming to he also taught at McGill University and University of Calgary. Married and the father of five children. Dr. Anderson's main academic interest lies in philosophy and education. In July. Dr. Leskiw begins a year's leave of absence from the U of L. Dr. Leskiw was ap- pointed the university's first dean of education following a sfx-month term as acting president in 1967. FOX DENTURE CLINIC 1922 PHONE 327-6565 E. S. P. C.D.M. FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB. Z04 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIO0 DRY CLEANING 311 6th St. 1514A 9th AM. S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour service tailoring -Hat blocking and leather processing pleat drapery processing 8-TRACK TAPES Musicland Supplies Limited Stereo 8-Track Days of Fitiri Pitt Moody Blues III Sank List Cktri Moody Blues Oir CMUrm's CMMmTi CMMm Moody Blues Qittltw at MMM Moody Blues Enry fiwfl Bty Dmnrtt Fmtr Moody Blues Moody Blues SPECIAL HEAD CLEANERS AA Reg. .............................99 SUPPLIES UMITEO 3rd Ave. and 13th 8t 8. Phone 327-10M ll tto MC Tin Aye it's warm William born in Fort and now living in Che braves the Lethbridge winter dressed in the garb of his homeland. Mr. Stewart is on a two-week business trip across Canada and the United States. He is in the Lethbridge area visiting his aunt. Provincial court Not guilty plea to driving incident A 17-year-old Stirling youth pleaded not guilty in provin- cial court Friday to charges of mischief and dangerous driv- ing relating to an incident Halloween night. Lyle Metzger has been charged with placing burning straw bales on the highway near the town. He was remanded to Jan. 25 for trial on both charges. A 17-year-old Lethbridge youth who pleaded guilty Fri- BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Instillations Open Thurs. and Fri. Evenings Phorw 328-0372 2716 12th AM. S. _ day to a charge of con- tributing to juvenile delin- quency was fined Provincial Judge L. W. Hudson said he was imposing a lighter than usual fine because the two juvenile girls involved in an incident Sept 23 were not totally blameless. Court was told Lyle Lenard Benson and a male friend picked up two 15-year-old girls near the Park Plaza Motor Hotel about 1 a.m. Sept. 23. The foursome went to the friend's home where the girls each had a bottle of beer. WILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS INSTALLED PheiM 328-2178 800 hulks removed Exactly 800 car hulks were squashed and shipped out of town by truck by a Calgary scrap metal dealer in the recent operation at Marshall Auto Wreckers yard. t The area from which they were moved at the south end of the wrecking yard will be filled in for a parking lot likely beginning next city officials say. The balance of the wrecking yard won't be cleared until after next Oc- tober when the city takes possession of the rest of the property. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC SdmrtzBli'i. 22251k St. S. Phone 328-4095 HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. Phone 328-177 8 FORYOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Ncpklrm AnnouncwiMfito Think You Cardi Hour II We provide complimentary personalized head table place cards with each FREE CUSTOMER PARKING LEBUS Load Binders DCCO StNl Loading or Docking Chain Balanced Pra-formad Wlra Rope Available now at. OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 4Aok 29D or the 'OLIVER 927-1871 you GUARANTEED SERVICE To LLOYDS. PIONEER. and mod other makMOf ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 2 to you ANQLO STEREO A PHOTO SERVICE DEPT. 41 t-MtiStrwt South 31S-OS7B Province promises more college money available next year Government support for community colleges will be in- creased next college ad- ministrators were told Friday. The Alberta Association of Colleges Administration was also assured at its annual meeting in Lethbridge that colleges would be fully con- sulted on revamped education legislation. Dr. Henry assis- tant deputy minister in the department of advanced told the ad- ministrators the department was now negotiating with the treasury for college funding in 1974-75. He said funds would in- crease to allow for expansion of college facilities and in- flation. Dr. Kolesar said the treasury has conceded some funds to his department which had not been earmarked previously. He also said an Opportunity Fund would be established to finance in- novative projects. Dr. Kolesar outlined for the administrators the state of organization in the depart- ment of advanced responsible for the colleges since the government abolish- ed the colleges commission. learned what I wanted to Dr. C. D. president of Lethbridge Com- munity College and chairman of the said after the briefing. were somewhat con- cerned that legislation was go- ing to be drafted without much reference to the colleges. But we were assured we are going to be a part of The government is forwarding a list of at least 196 pieces of legislation the administrators might like changed. Dr. Stewart said he was also pleased that the government appeared ready to establish communication with the college presidents on the day- to-day operations of the colleges. The Colleges com- mission received such advice from an advisory committee of administrators. It also appeared that there would be far more adequate provision for planning and he said. Dr. Kolesar told the meeting at the Lethbridge college a planning and research service should be established by January. To deal with some on-going the department has established short-term CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES INSTALLATION ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANERS 1709 2nd Ave. S. 3215973 Dr. G. D. Lundgren Chiropractor Wishes to Announce the Relocation of His Office to Suite Medical-Dental BulMIng 434 7th St. Alberta Office By Appointment Ph. 328-9646 another positive move as far as Dr. Stewart is concerned. But the administrators got nowhere in their complaints that a series of advisory com- mittees to be set up to advice the department seriusly lack- ed representation of college administrators. John president of Grant MacEwan College in complained that there was no provision for college input to a universities advisory committee. Dr. Kolesar warned him not to judge the committees before they had even sat down. The assistant deputy minister also suggested that the views of college ad- ministrators were predictable and that the government wanted objective points of He said the administrators already had access to officials that other persons did not. Administrators advise tuition be made uniform College administrators Fri- day recommended uniform student fees for Alberta agricultural and community colleges as well as technical institutes. The Alberta Association of Colleges Administration said the department of advanced education should remove the inequities in fee scales that exist among the non-degree- granting A motion passed at the association's annual meeting in Lethbridge also recommended that fees CIC meet Tuesday The Lethbridge chapter of the Committee for an Independent Canada is having a public meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Bowman Arts 5th Avenue and 8th Street N. Prof. Roger of the political science depart- ment of the University of will give a talk covering several aspects of communications in Canada. should represent low as possible cost to the The association turned down a motion to set fees at 10 per cent of the actual cost to the taxpayer for an individual's education as contradictory to the first motion. There would be no difference in fees for different programs at the institutions under the recommendation. The province has been con- sidering fee changes at technical institutes but no ac- tion has been taken. is rank stupidity for institutions in the same city offering the same course to charge different said an Edmonton member. CLIFF BLACK. BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. LmrLml PHONE MEALS ON WHEELS AT NOMINAL COST For Further Information Phone 327-7990 TESTIMONIAL DINNER The County of Lethbridge No. 26 County Council Is holding a in honor of Mr. Bob Madill ON THE OCCASION OF HIS RETIREMENT The Dinner Will Be Held in the El Rancho Motor Hotel on Thursday December Tickets are each and available at the County 214 13th St. S. or from County Councillors CATERING Are you planning a ban- wedding reception or social gathering Let us prepare and serve a delicious meal to your exact specifications. THE LOTUS BANQUET ROOM for HP to 125 persons It available at all times. Phone early for I JUST CALL IT Q 327-0240 OR I I II LU I UO From The CPR Depot THERE IS STILL TIME ;