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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERAID SalurHay, September 53, 197? agree: re expensive Canadian educators gener- ally sgreo (hat the cost of edu- cation is becoming excessive ill relation to other areas of the economy, says Werner Schmidt, academic vice president at the Lethbridge Community Col- lege. Mr. Schmidt, just returned from a three-day conference of the Canadian Education Assoc- iation in Winnipeg. While educators conceded that education is taking more than its share of the total tax dollar, they failed to offer any concrete suggestions on how costs could be curbed, Mr. Schmidt said. The purpose of schools also came in for lengthy discussion and once again, there was a general agreement that schools really don't know where they are going, particularly public schools. "The need for a clear defini- tion ol tho purpose of schools really came through said Mr. Schmidt. "There was a suggestion that If we knew what our goals were, the amount of money being spent now wouldn't seem excessive." Mr. Schmidt said he was im- pressed that educators were talking seriously about the purpose of schools. This sug- gests that the crunch Is on, he said, and schools have to be more aggressive in telling peo- ple about what they are getting for their educational dollar. Between 800 and people, Including ministers and deputy ministers of education from every province, attended the conference. Commenting on the announce- ment that the universities and colleges commissions will be dissolved on March 31, 1973. he said he wasn't surprised that the government is moving that quickly on the Worth Report recommend ation. "What docs surprise me is that they announced it would happen before there was pub- lic reaction to the report." Mr. Schmidt added that he feels the abolition of the com- missions is a good move. "I think things will work a little faster now and I don't feel co-ordination will be hin- dered because most of the com- mission people will still be work- ing for the he said. City council to meet U of L landed by its visitors CORRECTION The Herald said In a story Friday that It was okay to shoot white swan. "Not true." An avicl district hunter, upon reading the story, phoned The Herald and said: "That's wrong. And If believed a lot of people are going to get into a lot of trouble." A quick check with provincial game and wildlife officials con- firmed the hunter was correct. After the appropriate licences have been purchased, while GEESE become fair gama hut whito swans aren't and there's up to a penalty for shooting them. Further, said the hunter, not all game birds can be shot be- tween Thursday and Jan. 4. The partridge season ends Dec. Blh with ducks, white geese, wrails, coots, and Wilson snipe til Jan. 4. In addition, a game bird li- cence for art Alberta resident costs only and not The game bird hunter also re- quires a wildlife certificate and migratory bird stamp for a total tax expenditure of QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certifind Dtnlnl Mechanic Capital Furnitura Bldg. H PHONE 328-7684 A new licence bylaw which would set fees for all businesses at a standard ?20 will get at least first reading by city coun- cil Monday. The bylaw has been prepar- ed to eliminate discrepancies in the existing code which con- tains voluminous lists defining each type of business and in- dustry in the city and sets a fee scale varying from to per year. For most businesses and in dustries, an annual licence fee would now be charged. Ir- regular fees include: bicylce, carnivals, per day; cir- cus, per day; non.-residenl contractors, u p to per year. Persons operating home-oe cupatlon offices would be charged per year. There are 4S3 such offices in the city Other council business hi eludes: a request from the com munity services department for to cover the cost of pre- paring the final bid for the )97r Winter Games; an application from th Elks Club to re zone the ol Lethbridge Arena property; a recommendation from the city manager that Luri and Neufeld Ltd. be retainec as architects for design of lu- ll all headquarters and trainin centre at No 2 Fire Hall. The meeting begins at 8 p.m In council chambers, and open to the public. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. S. Phona 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPUTE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitattoni Announcements (24 Hour Service If Neceiury) Bride Book. Thank You Card. Napkini Materiel We provide complimentary personalized head table place cards wilh each order! FREE CUSTOMER PARKING HOMES ON THE RANGE Within rext year, the horizon should be Interrupted at least 57 new homes in the Westbridge subdivision. Six of the lots marked out ast weak will he reserved for show homes. The otliers go on sale Monday at city hall. ith any luck. City Manager Tom Nutting says, foundalions for tome of the houses ould bo poured before winter. By RON CALDWELL Herald Slaft Writer The plaudits fell like a warm spring rain as the new campus of the University of Lethbridge kicked oft its official opening ceremonies Friday aiternoon. Confidence in the leadership and confidence in the future permeated the milestone cere- mony which saw Dr. Bill Beck- el officially installed as the sec- ond president of the five-year- old university. The official opening of the million dollar campus took place this morning, with Alber- ta Premier Peter Lougheed of- ficiating at the ribbon-cutting ceremony. U of L result of south people Provincial judge's court Two reserve plea Friday n illegal drug possession Robert Charles Warburton, 7, and Lyle Murray Wakeland, 2, both of 1615 Scenic Heights their pleas to separate barges of possession of illegal drugs when they appeared in Lethbridge provincial judge's ourt Friday. fine levied in bash charge Ronald Allan Shearer, 24, ol .615 Scenic Heights was fined >150 when he pleaded guilty jYiday in Lethbridge provincia judge's court to a charge of il cgal possesion of hashish. Shearer's guilty plea followee ils waiving the right to receive a certificate of analysis of the substance RCMP believed to be hashish. Court was told Shearer was checked at the York Hole Thursday night and found tc be in possession of two grams o hashish. Sentence suspended Daniel Charles Alexande Boychuk, 16, of 238 2nd Ave Hardieville was placed on sus pended sentence for nln months Friday when he pleadee guilty in Lcthbridge provincia judge's court to a charge of il legal possession of hashish. Court was told the hashis was discovered during RCMP search of a hous where Boychuk had been li' ing. Warburton asked he be allow- to get an'analysis report of he substance RCMP believed be amphetimides, and told he court he had found the pills, 'as going to try them, but didn't know what they He denied that he was going o sell any of them, as the LOMP charge of possession for he purpose of trafficking indi- ated. Wakelaod, charged with po- session o( marijuana, also ask- ed for an analysis report of the substance he was apprehended with. Both men were remanded until Jet. 13 for plea and were re- eased In their own recogniz- ance. Haste draws fine A Lethbridge man was fined H50 or given the alternative of 21 days in jail Wednesday when he pleaded guilty in pro- vincial judge's court to a charge of speeding. Court was told Douglas Al- bert Danforth had been observ- ed by a city police traffic con- stable as he drove a car around the traffic 'circle at 5th Ave. and 9th St. N. 'As the car went around the circle It was noted to be skid- ding and swerving. The con- stable gave pursuit up 5th Ave. N. where the speed of the car was clocked at 70 mph. The car then proceeded up 13th St. N. where it swerved in and out of traffic without using any turn said the official police report. The Daoforlh vehicle was fi- nally overtaken when it stopped for a stop light on 13th St N Non-resident hunters fined Noa-resident big game hunt- ers are not free to hunt as they please in Alberta. Not only must an alien big Portrait Special 6 GREAT MONDAY, SEPT. 26 DAYS to SATURDAY, SEPT. 30 COLOR PORTRAIT Attractively Mounted S1.00 Handling limit one per child 89c each additional child Age limit 5 to 12 years HO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phone Still Conveniently Located at 328-0111 710 3rd Avenue South game hunter comply with all the licencing fees, and pay ad- ditional non-resktent fees, hut he must also hunt only when accompanied by a licenced guide. Penalties for not obeying the hunting regulations In Alberta are strict, as three Ontario, Or- egon, hunters discovered in Lethbridge provincial judge's court Wednesday. Kenneth C. Osborn, Kenneth D. Cruser and Sara Takashita were each fined and told they could not recover their seized guns until the fines were paid after they pleaded guilty to hunting in Alberta when not accompanied by a guide. Court was told the wildlife regulations violation took place in an area north west of Pin- chcr Creek. The hunters i had not bagged any game at the time of their discovery by a fish and wildlife department of- ficial. In addition to the lines each man was told his privilege for obtaining n hunting licence in Alberta would be suspended for one year and their current 11 cences were cancelled. The fines and cancellation o! hunting privileges are thi standard penalties set forth in the fish and wildlife regulations for Alberta. Trafficking plea reserved Ewald Schwartz, 21, of 730 15th St. N. reserved plea to a charge of trafficking in mari- juana when he appeared in pro- vincial judge's court. Mr. Schwartz elected to havo his case heard in a provincial judge's court and asked Judge A. H. Elford to release him on bail. RCMP opposed the bail appli- cation because of "the gravity of the offence." Schwartz then told the court he suffered from claustropho- bia and asked that some sort of bail be arranged. Following his request, Judge Elfrod told Schwartz that in sit- uations such as his an "elabor- ate bail hearing" must be held to determine if a release is pos- sible. Judge Elford explained such a bail hearing must be held within three days of the re- quest. At the bail hearing both the crown and tho accus- ed must present reasons against and for bail respective- ly- The hearing was set for a.m. Monday. Following the setting of the hearing date, Schwartz asked Judge Ellord i! he would be the provincial judge hearing his case. Judge Elford told the young man be would not. Schwartz replied that he would like to change his plea. Judge Elford asked the young man if he had adequate time to con- sider this move, Schwartz re- plied, no. "I wasn't even able to think In the cells." Following that answer the judge and the accused agreed things should be left as they were. West lots on sale Lots go on sale In the West- bridge subdivision Monday and city officials are hoping for an immediate demand for all 51 parcels to force additional lots in the area onto the market. This weekend, a trailer set up on the corner of Trinity and McGill Blvd. will be man- ned by city staff who will bo available between 1 and 5 p.m. both days to take interested persons on a tour of the sub- division. The lots have been marked, streets have been cut and street signs have been erected. Signs will point the way from the university access road to Westbridge. The University of lethbridge Is a university conceived by, and built by, southern Alber- tans, said Jim Foster, minis- ter of advanced education, in a brief address to the convoca- tion ceremony marking the start of the official opening of the new west side campus. "Your university was con- ceived and constructed by south- ern Albertans, not by govern- said Mr. Foster. "It will grow, not because of gov- ernment, but because of you. It is your university and it needs and deserves your support." Mr. Foster described the U of L as "unique" in the field of post secondary education. The traditional presentation of honorary degrees was also a part of Fridays' activities with former Alberta premier Senalor Ernest Manning; Dr. Claude Blsscll, former presi- dent of the University of Toron- to, Roloff Beny, internationally- known artist and photographer; and Chief Judge L. S. Turcotte, the first chancellor of the U of L, receiving the honorary de- grees. The atmosphere of the de- gree presentations was lighten- ed somewhat as an errant fire alarm began blaring as Dr. Beckel was noting the accom- plishments of the recipients. Saturday will see Premier Lougheed officially open the new campus at a.m. Dr. Claude Bissell delivered a public lecture at 2 p.m. add vis- itors wandered through the campus at their leisure between 1 and 5 p.m. Premier Lougheed will be fea- tured speaker at a public ban- quet Saturday night. Sunday at 2 p.m. will see the unveiling of the sculpture and the campus is also open to public wandering. Youth fined Gary Keith Soderstrom, 26. of Stirling was fined a total ol Thursday when he was con- victed on charges of careless driving and leaving the scene of an accident. Court was told the charges resulted from an incident which took place July 12 in front of a residence at 319 16th St. N. Bill Kostiuk, the owner of a parked car struck by a truck driven by Soderstrom, told the court ho was returning from work on his bicycle when he heatd a crash and saw the Soder Strom vehicle "embed- ded" hi the rear of his. Court was told even though Mr. Kostiuk spoke to Soder- strom twice be still left Iho scene and failed to notify the police of the accident. "The charge of careless driv- ing was laid because it was the only explanation of how the ac- cident could have taken said agent for the attorney- general Jim Langston. Following the conviction on the two charges the city police withdrew a third charge of fail- Ing to report an accident. Appeal on television A one-hour documentary: I Hate The Word Charity will be shown on channel 13 television in Lethbridge Sunday at p.m. to correspond with the local United Appeal campaign. The film will help tha public to better understand what the appeal Is all about, said local UA publicity chairman Steve Dubetz. The Lethbridge 1972 United Appeal kicked off Monday. 1 Permit ed The inspection and develop- ment department issued a NM) building permit Friday for construction of an addition to ienator Buchanan School, Boychuk Construction (Bask.) Jtd. will add a co-operative open teaching area, one class- room and other facilities to the school, located at 1101 7th Ave. N. ISSli Booze holding back Indians It seems booze Is the major single hangup holding Indians back. At least that was the mes- sage projected at a recent one- day workshop on Indian prob- lems at the University of Cal- gary. Lack of education and Inade- quate education facilities for treaty Indians were evidently placed into a secondary role to the liquor problem by those in attendance. Most of the Indi- an resource people at the work- shop were alcohol councillors or associated with alchollsm prevention groups. The resource persona Includ- ed Indians from throughout Al- berta and from Montana, Washington, and North Dakota. Geared to southern Alberta Indians, the purpose of the workshop was "to bring to the forefront, social issues and problems that affect Indian peo- ple and communities, and to In- vestigate some alternative pro- posals in resolving both per- sonal and'societal problems. Discussed were old and new methods of prevention and counselling. The problem of the arrested Indian and his lack of know- ledge of rights also came under tire. However, the estimated 200 persons attending said that mucii more effort to combat the growing "epidemic" of alcohol- ism among Indians must be un- dertaken. PLAINSMAN RESTAURANT Now open under new management OPEN DAILY 6 A.M. TO 2 A.M. SUNDAYS 11 A.M. TO 7 P.M. 'Come in and try Ann's Home Cooking" 320 1st St. South MEMORIALS... By MASTER Featuring IMPERIAL BLACK GRANITE Also BALMORAL RED AND OXFORD GREY GRANITE Largest Stock of Memorials in Southern Alberta In FERNIE and SPARWOOD CONTACT MR. 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