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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, Seplcmter 3, 1971 University registration begins next Tuesday About full-lime students are expected to register Sept.! 7th and 8th for the fall semes-j ter, the first at the new Uni- versity of Lethljiidgc West Campus. Registration will begin nl 9 a.m. Tuesday in the West Cam- pus main foyer for Ihircl sind fcunh-year studenl.s wishing to take introductory courses. From to a.m., sec- ond-year students will register for introductory classes. Fresh- men will register beginning at p.m. Wednesday, from 9 a.m. to noun, all other students will register for senior courses. Wednesday is also orienta- tion day for new students at the university. City will name new associate planner Nineteen applications have been submitted in the Oldman River Regional Flaming Com- mission for the position of as- sociate city planner. Deadline for submissions was Sept. 1, but Erwin Adder- ley, ORRPC executive director said he would accept applica- tions until Sept. 7 when he will begin screening the applicants. The position is a new cue For LeLhbridge being created to re- lieve Mr. Adderley of some of the mundane duties of a plan- ner and allow him to concen- trate on long-range planning for the city. The associate planner will help co-rrdinate the efforts of city land planning and engi- neering personnel with the planners' activities. Native women's workshop is set The southern Alberta branch of the Voice of Alberta Native Women Society will hold a four-day hranan relations work- Building permits are up shop at the Lethbridge Friend- ship Centre Sept. 21 to 24. Rose Yellow Feet, of Leth- bridge, the southern Alberta society president said the ob- ject of the workshop is to give Indians a better understanding of one another. Among those attending will be Ole Turnbull, director of education at the Western Co- operative College in Saska- toon; Zel'.a Harris, an Alberta government human resources officer; and Eric Russell, a JUte. NEW SCHOOL PATROL at Dorothy Gooder School, form for holding the slop si Oliver House residences. The city's latest school crossing palrol is now in training Here Const. John Dunn shows Wilfred Bird the proper gn. The patrol will involve the 13 students at the two Dorothy Gooder School starting school patrol Constable John Dunn signals young Wendy Bunton and she checks to see if any cars are coming. One blast on her whistle, end the four guards step out on to the street (three holding up their stop signs while a group of children cross- es safely to the other side. Two blasts on Wendy's whis- tle signals the safe completion of the crossing and the guards retreat. On the face cf it. k's just another training session for a QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniruro Bldg. PHONE 328-7684 school patrol. The difference is that this one is being inaugu- rated at the Dorothy Gooder School for retarded children. Kurt Elkjar, one of the house- parents at Oliver House, one of two residences for Dorothy Gooder students, initiated the project, both as a safety mea- sure and as an educational pro- gram for the 13 students in the residences. He contacted the Lethbridge city police, and Const. Dunn and Const. Andy Smith took over the project, which got un-! der way this week. During today's session the four patrol members (in addi- tion to Wendy) were Wilfred Bird, Mary Medicine Shield, Grant Sartison and Clarence1 Visser. Supervision will be provided at all times by Mr. Elkjar and two other houseparents, and Mrs. Tiv Erais. Mr. Appointment During August, 72 '.uiMinE-ma permits totalling 52 067701 were rya issued by the Lethbridge build- j ing department. Heading the list was the per- mit to begin construction on the Holiday Inn Hotel in the 400 I Block of Mayor Magralh Drive, i at a cost ot i A former Lethbridge man, The remaining permits is- j Keith Driver, has been named sued include: one apartment, Western Canadian director of one duplex, 19 1 Murray V. Jones and Associ- single family residences, ates urban and regional plan. 000; 19 residential additions and j "ing consultants in Edmonton. alterations, 20 residen- j Mr. Driver, who worked as a tial garages, new and additions town planner for the Oldman seven stores, new. ad- River Regional Planning Com- ditions or alterations, S72.400; mission five years ago, will two public garages, and head the company's new Ed- two office buildings, i monton office. A commuter bus will begin operation to the West Campus md 6th St. S. A shuttle bus ser- vice between Ihe East and West Campuses will also re- sume Tuesday. Classes begin Thursday, Sept. Friendship Centre sets new hours New evening opening hours for lhe Cfintre were approved at a meeting of society directors Sept. 1. Director Rose Yellow Feet said the centre will now only be open in UK- evenings for mcriings of community organ- izations wishing to utilize the centre's facilities. The centre will continue to remain open daily, Monday through Saturday, from 10 ID p.m. r. u. cummin: -new Herald column r. u. cummm? a col- umn of the "cummins and gc- in's-on" of youth arts, crafts, organizations, clubs, meetings etc., will be published in The Herald, every Monday as a public service. Any club, social organiza- tion, cadet corps, university, community college, school or church group is invited to send in announcements of forth-oming events of inter- est to the youth of Lethbridge and area, with the exception of dances. Submissions to the coulmn should be mailed directly to r. u. Bev Carlson The Lethbridge Herald. Leth- bridge, and should be mailed no later than Thursday noon of the week preceding the date of the event to ensure publication in time. ANDY'S ELECTRIC CO. HAVE STARTED ElECTRICAt CONTRACTING IN LETHBRIDGE AND SOUTHERN ALBERTA For FREE ESTIMATES OF RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL INSTALLATIONS, call ANDY'S ELECTRIC CO. 328-5438 First Fiddler on the Roof rehearsal Friday at 8 p.m, The first general rehearsal for the Lethbridge Musical The- atre production of Fiddler on the Roof is scheduled for Fri- day at 8 p.m. in the Yates Memorial Centre. Director Dick Mells says the show needs people interested in backstage work. Persons want- ing to get involved should show up at the production meeting' being held along with the re- j hearsal. A few cast changes remain j to be worked out, Mr. Mells j said. Hazel Durrans, originally cast as Chava, has moved U> England and will likely be re- placed from the chorus. Fiddler, the ninth LMT show since its inception in 1963, will run Nov. 15 Dec. 6 at the Yates. SOD-TURNING Sod-lurning ceremonies for the Lakeview Mennonils Brethren Church were held Wednseday evening. Taking part are, left to right, Jake Klassen, who holds the contract for the project; Rev. Henry Nikkei; and Herb Klassen, chairman of the building committee. The educational wing of the church was built fivfl years ago; the church proper is scheduled far completion in March. It will serve a con- gregation of about 400. It is located at 1509 29th St. S. ALBERTA LIKES IT ON THE LIGHT SIDE. FEATHERS DISTILLED, AGED AND BOTTLED IN BOND UNDER SUPERVISION OF THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT Your assurance of quality by TILFORD ;