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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Drama supervisor visits city Alice Policy, assistant drama supervisor o[ the provincial de- partment of culture, youth and recreation, will visit Lelhbridgo today in the course o! her tour to southern Alberta in connec- tion with drama workshops. Mrs. Polley visited Crowsncsl Pass, Blairmore and Colcman Tuesday to advise Hie de- velopment oE drama workshops While in Lethbridge, Mrs. Pol- ley will be staying at the Mar- quis Hotel and is available to advise on students, teachers and others interested in drama and drama workshops. A drama make up workshop will be held at the Lcthbridge Collegiate Institute April 15. Cost of the workshop is S2. There are also two drama workshops in High River, Thursday and Friday at tho High River High School. Instructors are Gerry Thurs- ton of the University of Alberta and Mrs. Zina Barnich of the University of Calgary. Instructors' safety course held An instructors' safety train- ing course was held by the Al- berta Safety Council at lire Lethhridge Community College Monday. Seven drivers three from Lethbridge, two from Pincher Creek, and one each from Taber and Vulcan attended lire course, held for the first time in Lcthbridge. Previously, drivers who want- ed to attend the course had to go to Calgary or Edmonton, said Ken Nelson, ASC public relations officer. Persons attending the instruc- tors training course normally had completed the safe-driving courses. Mr. Nelson said persons who have attended safe driving courses by ASC can look for- ward to insurance reductions. Face of the City Cnrdston Kami Service Mil. will receive to train an assistant piirtsman, an apprentice auto mechanic and an apprentice agricul- tural mechanic. Four Star Millwork Co. Ltd. of Lelli- bridge will receive to train two millmen. The federal grants are part of allocated to Al- berta in the Canada Man- power on the job training program which will train 69 unemployed Albertans. Paramount Printers Lim- tcd of Lcthbridge will re- ceive to (rain an off- set pressman. Bunion Ford Sales Lid., of Lethbridge, will receive to train an appraiser. The grants are part of more than in federal funds allocated to assist 20 Alberta employers in provid- ing on the job training to 69 unemployed Albertans. n The cover of the March- April issue of Ibe Alijeria Teachers' Association maga- zine contains a piece of art- work done by a Grade 10 stu- dent at the Leilihridge Colle- giate Institute. The "Garden of Tranquil- ily" was created by Dean Sallcnback when be was a Grade 9 student at Hamilton Junior High School. Frank Ferguson, manager of the Glidden Paint Centre since it opened in the city in 1961, has taken over the branch and now is the Glid- den distributor for Lethbridge and district. Ferguson Paint Ltd., 318 7th St. S., will be serving re- tail, wholesale and mainte- nance trade, carrying a com- plete line of Glidden products plus associated allied lines such as rugs, draperies and artisls' supplies. A grand opening is being held Thurs- day to Saturday, featuring specials, door prizes and re- freshments. Gillrilt Construction Mil. of Lethbridge has received cabinet approval to construct a office building at Cypress Hills Provincial Park. The agriculture depart- ment has authorized thfl [low Valley Feeders' Asso- ciation Ltd. to increase its borrowing at the Royal Bank of Canada at Brooks from to A cabinet order authorizes the provincial to guarantee the increase in borrowing power to the farm group. The minister of agricul- ture has approved a grant to the GlcmvooJ Feed- ers' Association for a pro- gram of financial support to native co-operatives to buy cattle, feed and to offset un- expected expenses. Education, immigration men to discuss foreign students Education Minister Lou lyndman is to arrange a meeting with federal depart- nent of immigration officials, _chool trustees and represenla- ives of the department of edu- cation to discuss the issue of orcign students using Alberta schools us a back door to Cana- dian citizenship. This was the result of a one ..jur meeting between Mr. Hyndman and Harald Gunder- Kong, are being edu- in Alberta high schools May 8 hearing set in robbery Two Lethbridge men charged with robbery with violence will appear in magistrate's court for a preliminary hearing May 8. Darryl Carpenter and Brian Kenny were arrested and charg- ed following the beating and robbery of Bill Hcrbut of Ed- monton March 10. When they appeared in mag- istrate's court Wednesday the> elected to be tried on the charge by district court judge and jury. The date of the trial wil be determined by the outcome of the preliminary hearing. on, president of the Alberta school Trustee's Association. Mr. Gunderson lias ex- pressed concern that foreign ;tudents, particularly from long cated it (he expense of the taxpay- of this province. I would like to be sure in my own mind that foreign stu- dents arc treated the same as our students. 11 the taxpayer las to pay a year to edu- cate a high school student, whv shouldn't we charge the for- eign student the same nsked Mr. Gunderson. He said there were 221 stu- :lcnts From Hong Kong attend- ing Alberta high schools last year and all they had to pay was "These figures have a far deeper meaning for post sec ondary institutions like SA1T (Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Date not set Thunday, April 13.. 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO 17 Regional parks on agenda i'or planning commission A general meeting of tho also on (he agenda for discus- "The tuition there is a ear but it costs the taxpayer much more than that to edu- cate an individual student." r. Gunderson said there is j no doubt thai some people are using our educational policies .0 become Canadian citizens. LDS comedy starts The Lethbridge Stake House Mutual Improvement Associa- tion begins three day run of the musical comedy, Tiie Order is Love tonight at in the Yates Memorial Centre, was written by The play Carol Lynn Pearson of Pro- vost, Utah and the musical j score was provided by Lex de Azevcrto of Hollywood. The musical, directed by Georgia Fookes, has a cast of 100, most between the ages of No date for the testimonial H and 18. Musical directors dinner for Deane Gundlock, Bill Erickson and Thelma retiring Lcthbridge MP, has. Smith. Oldman Iliver Regional Plan- ning Commission will held at 8 o'clock tonight in tbo upper hall of SoulhmmsU-r United Church. The commission will const- ler the present status of the regional parks Iward, which is still in the orgonizaUonal stage. ORHPC muni- cipalities have recommended representatives to that board. The 13th annual workshop and dinner, discussing Recrea- tion in the 70s: a Regional Crisis, to be held April 21, is Spring dance CARDSTON The Cardston Hod and Gun Club uiH sponsor its Mth annual spring dance at the Royal Canadian Legion Several sulxlivisions within the city will be considered for approval by the commission, including lots on tho west sido of 1'Jih St. N. south of 21st Ave., 3.S acres on the northwest cor- ner of 20th Ave. and Lake- mount Drive S. and lots on tha southwest corner of 1'alm Road and 20th Ave. S. Hall Saturday. Everyone is Don Caldwell, secretary. INSURANCE LIABILITY 9 BONDS AUTO 9 FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES UD. ESTABLISHED lower Floor 517 4lh Ave. S. Phono 327-1541 been determined, a Tory spokesman said today. The testimonial was origi- nally shceduled for March 25, with federal Opposition leader Robert Stanfield to attend. The Friday evening perfor- mance has been sold out, but tickets for tonight's and Sat- urday's performance are avail- able at the box office prior to j the BANKER-POET Raymond Sousler works as chief cuslodian of securities of Ihe Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in downtown Toronto. He is also one of Canada's finest poets. Don Bell ahoul rhe life and poems of the man who has pul poelry within the reach of all, no! just scholars. Walch for ihis article on Raymond Scusler, IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE WJietstone available The second volume of Whet- stone, a creative journal pub- lished by the University of Lethbridge has been released and is now available at the uni- versity. The journal is produced an- nually and sponsored by the Students' Society Council and the university. Layout, gra- phics and lithography were done by the production services department, Unilcth Press. The hook is a collection of poetry, short stories, sketches and paintings by .students and staff of the university. Copies are available at a cost of QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC Capital Furniture Bldg. Certified Dental Mechanic EDDY DIETRICH em PHONE 328-76841 Bankers meet in city The Alberta resident direc- tors the Bank of Montreal met Wednesday with lo- cal businessmen and commu- nity leaders to obtain a first- hand view of business and in- dustry in Lethbridge. This was the third such meet- ing in Lethbridge, and similar meetings have been held at Grande Prairie, Lloydminster, Red Deer, Medicine Hat and Yellowknife, as well as in Cal- gary and Edmonton. The two directors present for the meeting were S. Robert Blair, president and chief exe- cutive of the Alberta Gas Trunk Line Company Limited and J. H. S. Pearson, presides of Century Sales and Services Limited of Edmonton. During their visit In bridge the directors were ac companied by R. H. Curtis, se nior vice-president of the Bank of Montreal for Alberta and the Northwest Territories, Ross Holmes, district manager foi southern Alberta, W. G. Clarke manager of the main office in Lcthbridge, and Art Smetaniuk assistant manager. Bernie Piipuis, manager c the North Lethbridge bank am Lyle J. Moore, manager of the South Lcthbridge bank were als present. LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPRING PROGRAM 1972 SEWING WITH KNITS MSN'S and BOYS APPAREL This course includes inslrucllon on how to sew with knit fabrics. Mens and boys pants, sweaters, under- wear, T-shirt variations and dress shirts. 4 Mondays baainnrng 4 Wednesdays beginning April 24, 1972 p.m. p.m. April 26, 1972 FEE: LIMITED TO 16 REGISTRATIONS N.B: Lingerie sewing classes commence Thursday, April 13th p.m. f APPLICATION FORM I Complete and Relurn to I SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION IETHBRIBOE COMMUNITY COLIEGE I IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 327-2141, EXT. 228 NAMf ADDRESS TELEPHONE AGE OCCUPATION FEE S............ DATE................... fees are due oncl payable on or before fifil class session WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS OF OUR SUMMER HORSEMANSHIP PROGRAM DUE TO BEGIN MONDAY, JUNE 51h, 1972. At DUNLOP FORD t Whan you buy a top quality A-1 car at Dunlop Ford you get j more than a hand shake. You not only get top qualily, top selection and great value you get tha tolls- faction of knowing ihs A-1 used cor of your choice 11 100% guaran- teed for 30 Dunlop Ford extend itie manufac. uren warranty to a fulj 90 H'I like buying a car and having, a free mechanic at your beck and call Think aboul il no labour costs no- part costs al Dunlop Ford unconditionally garantee the A-1 used car of your choice 100% for 30 days listed below are just a few of the thoroughly reconditioned A-1 used cars we hove for you 1969 FORD GAL. 5QO COUNTRY SEDAN Fully equipped. 1969 THUNDERBIRD 2 DOOR HARDTOP Fully equipped, air conditioned. 1970 FORD LTD 4 DOOR HARDTOP BROUGHAM Air condilioned and stereo........... 1971 F250 EXPLORER 3-TON CONVENIENT LOW RATE FINANCING OPEN HOURS: Weekdays 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. V8, automatic tram.r radio........... 1970 PLYMOUTH SPORTS FURY Fully equipped, stereo......... OUR FACILITIES ARE ONE OF THE MOST MODERN IN I CANADA TO SERVE YOU SETTER. When the factories 100% warranty ends on new cars Dunlop Ford over. We at Dunlop Ford really do care about our customers and we would like the opportunity of showing you how much- We always liave over 100 brand new cars in stock at the lowest possible prices; all carry Dunlops ex- clusive 90 day extended warranty. BUYING A NEW CAR OR TRUCK? GIVE DUNLOP FORD A TRY! YOUR TOTAL TRANSPORTATION CENTRE TOP TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES FOR YOUR PRESENT CAR. Top Trade-In Allowances No Payments Until May! REMEMBER WHEN YOU BUY A NEW OR A-1 USED CAR AT DUNIOP FORD IT'S UKE GETTING A FREE ME. CHANIC. Corner M.M. Drive and 16th Ave. S. Phone 328-8861 ;