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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Drama supervisor visits city Alice Policy, assistant drama supervisor of the provincial de- partment of culture, youlh and recreation, will visit Lclhbridgo today in the course of her lour to southern Alberta in connec- tion with drama workshops. Mrs. Policy visited Crowsnosl Pass, Blairmore and Colcman Tuesday to advise on Hie de- velopment of drama workshops While in Lelhbridge, Mrs. Pol- ley will be staying at Ihe Mar- quis Hotel and is available to advise ou students, teacheis anil others interested in drama and drama workshops. A drama make up workshop will held at the I.cthbridgo Collegiate Inslitute April 15. Cost of the workshop is S2. There are also two drama workshops in High River, Thursday and Friday at tho High niver High School. Instructors are Gerry Thurs- ton of the Universily of Alberta anil Mrs. Zina Barnich of the University of Calgary. Instructors' safety course held An instructors' safety train- infi course was bold by Ihe Al- berta Safely Council at the Lctliuridge Community College Monday. Seven drivers three from Lethbridge, two from Pincher Creek, and one each from Taber and Vulcan allended Ihe course, held for the first lime in Lethbridge. Previovisly, drivers who want- ed lo attend the course had lo go lo Calgary or Edmonton, said Ken Nelson, ASC public relations officer. Persons attending Hie instruc- tors training course normally had completed the safe-driving courses. Mr. Nelson said persons who have attended sale driving courses by ASC can look for ward to insurance reductions. Wlietstonc available The second volume of Whet- stone, o creative journal pub- lished by the University of LplbbriciRe has been released and is available at the uni- versity. The journal is produced an- nually and sponsored by the Students' Society Council ana the universily. Layout, gra- phics and lithography were done by Ihe production services department, Unilclh Press. The book is a collodion of poetry, short stories, sketches and painlings by sludents and staff of the universily. Copies are available at a cos' of SI. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC Copilol Fumilurc Bldff. Certified Dental Mechanic EDDY DIETRICH BB PHONE 328-7684 of the City Cnrdslon Farm Service Mil. will receive lo train an assistant p.irlsman, an apprentice aulo mechanic and an apprentice agricul- tural mechanic. Hour Slnr Millwork Co. Mel. of Letli- britlgc will receive lo train two niillmen. The federal grants are part of allocated to Al- hcrta in the Canada Man- ila wer on lire job training program which will train 09 unemployed Alhertans. Partirnotinl Printers Min- ted of Lcthbridge will re- ceive to Irain an olf- sct pressman. Dunlop Ford Saks Uil., of l.clhbridge, 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 Ihe job training to 69 unemployed Alberlans. The cover of the March- April issue of Ihe Alberia Teachers' Association maga- zine contains a piece of art- work done by a Grade 10 .stu- dent at the Letlihridgc Colle- giate Institute. The "Garden of Tranquil- ily" was created by Dean Sallciiliack when he was a Grade 9 student at Hamilton Junior High School. Frank Ferguson, manager of the Glidden Paint Centrn since it opened in the city in liKil, has I a k en over the branch and now is the Glid- den distributor for Lethbridge and district. Ferguson Paint Ltd., 31B St. S., will be serving re- tail, wholesale and mainte- nance trade, currying a com- plete line of Glidden products plus associated allied Hues such as rugs, draperies and artisls' supplies. A grand opening is being held Thurs- day to Saturday, featuring specials, door prizes and re- freshments. Gillrtt Construction Mil. of Lelhbridge has received cabinet approval lo construct a office building at Cypress Hills Provincial Park. The agricullurc depart- ment has authnmod tho How Valley Feeders' Asso- ciation Mil. lo increase its borrowing at the Royal Bank of Canada at Brooks Irom lo A cabinet order authorizes the provincial treasurer lo guaranlce Ihe increase in borrowing power lo the farm group. i- The minister of agricul- ture has approved a grant to the Glcnwooil Feed- ers' Association for a pro- gram of financial support lo ualive co-operatives to buy teed and to offset un- expected expenses. Education Minister Lou Hyndman is to arrange a meeting with federal depart- ment of immigration officials, school trustees and repieicnla- livcs of the department of edu- cation to discuss Hie issue of foreign sludents using Alberta schools os a back door to Cana- dian citizenship. This was the result of a one hour meeting between Mr. Hyndman and Harald Gunrior- Bankers meet in city The Alberta resident direc- tors of. the Bank ol Montreal met Wednesday with lo- cal businessmen and commu- nity leaders to obtain a first- hand view of business and in- dustry in This was the third such meet- ing in Lethbridgc, and similar meetings have been held at Grande Prairie, Lloydminster, Red Deer, Medicine Hat and Yellowknife. as well as in Cal- gary and Edmonlon. The two directors present for the meeting were S. Robert Blair, president and chief exe- cutive ol the Alberta Gas Trunk Line Company Limited and J. U. S. Pearson, president of Cenlury Sales and Services Limited of Edmonton. During Iheir visit In Ixjlh- bridge Ihe directors were ac- companied by R. H. Curtis, se- nior vice-president of the Dank of Montreal for Alberia and the Northwest Territories, Ross Holmes, rlislricl manager for southern Alberta, W. G. Clarke, manager of the main office in Lethbridge, and Art Smctaniuk, assistant manager. Bcrnie Hiipuis, manager of the North Lctlibridge bank arid Lylc J. Moore, manager of the South Lethbridge bank were also present. LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPRING PROGRAM 1972 SEWING WITH KNITS MSN'S and BOYS APPAREL This course includes inslrucllon on how lo sew with knit fabrics. Mens and boys ponls, sweaters, under- wear, T-shirl variations and dress shirts. 4 Mondays beginning 4 Wednesdays beginning April 54, 1972 p.m. April 26, 1972 p.m. FEE: LIMITED TO 16 REGISTRATIONS N.B: Lingerie sewing classes commence Thursday, April 13rh p.m. APPLICATION FORM Complete and Return to SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION IETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COL1EGE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 327-2141, EXT. 228 NAME ADDRESS TELEPHONE AGE OCCUPATION FEE 4............ DATE............... Foes arc duo ond payable on or before finl class session WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS OF OUR SUMMER HORSEMANSHIP PROGRAM DUE TO BEGIN MONDAY, JUNE Slh, 1972. Education., immigration men to discuss foreign students May 8 hearing set in robbery Two LeIJibridge men charged with robbery with violence will appear in mngLslrale's colirl for a prcliminfirv licoring May B. Darryl Carpenter and Brian Kenny were arrested and charg- ed following the beating and rohbcry of Bill Hcrbut of Ed- monton March 10, When they appeared in mag- istrate's court Wednesday they elected to be tried on the charge by district court judge and jury. The date ot the trial will be determined bj' the outcome of the preliminary son, president of the Alberta School Tnislee's Association. .Mr. Gumicrson lias ex- pressed concern (hat foreign students, particularly from Hong Kong, are being edu- cated in Alberta high schools at the expense of the taxpay- ers of this province. 'I would like to be sure in my own mind that foreign slu- ls arc Irealrd the same as our students. If the taxpayer has to pay a year to edu- cate a high school student, wliv shouldn't charge the for- eign .sludeut the same asked Mr. Gunderson. He said there were 221 stu- dents from Hong Kong attend- ing Alberta high schools last year and all they had to pay "These figures have a far deeper meaning for post sec- ondary institutions like SAIT (Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Dale not set date for Ihe testimonial "The tuition there is J40 a year hut it costs Ihe taxpayer much more (han that (u edu- cate an individual student.' Thutiday, April 13. 1972 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO 17 Regional parks on agenda i'or planning commission A general meeting tif thiiaUci on Hie agenda for discus- Qldman Iliver Regional plan- ning Commission will be held ul 8 o'clock tonight in Ihu upper hall of Soiillimmsler Mr. Gunderson said there i.s I United Church, no doubt that some people arc usinr; our educational policies to become Canadian citizens. IDS comedy starts The LrLhbridee Stake House Mutual Improvement Associa- Lion begins three day run o[ the musical comedy, The Order Ls Love tonight at in Ihe Vales Memorial Centre. The play was v.ritk-n by thc Koyal Canadian Carol Lynn Pearson of Pro- Hall Saturday, vest, Utah am! Ihe musical I Everyone is welcome score was provided by Lex I Don Cahhvdl, secretary, de of Hollywood. The musical, directed by Georgia Fookes, has a casl of 100, most between (he ages of 14 and 18. Musical directors Tlie commission will consi- der Hie present stnlus ol the regional parks board, which is slill in the organizational slaije. OHRPC member muni- cipalilies have recommended representatives lo that board. The 13th annual and dinner, discussing ReLTCii- tion in Ihe 70s: a nepionn! Crisis, lo be held April 21, i: Spring dance CARDSTON The Cardslon Hod and Gun Club will sponsor its annual spriiiR dance al Lotion sion Several subdivisions within the city will be considered lor approval by Iho commission, including lots on tho west sido of I'jih St. N'. soulh of 2Ht Ave., U 'J acres on the nollhwesL cor- ner of 20lh Ave. and I.ake- mounl Drive S. and lols on tha .southvicst corner of I'ahn Road and 20th Ave. S. INSURANCE LIABILITY 9 BONDS AUTO 9 FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LID. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower rloor 517 4lK Ave. S. Phono dinner for Deane Guucllock, the! arc Bill Erickson and Tlielma rclirini? IjclhbricUw MP, has Smilh. been determined, a Tory spokesman satrT today. The Loslimonial was origi- nally shceduled for March 25, with federal Opposition leader Robert Stan-Held lo attend. The Friday evening perfor- mance has been sold out, but tickets for tonight's and Sat- urday's performance, are avail- able al Ihe box office prior to the BANKER-POET Royniond Souilcr worki as chirF cualodian of securities at Ihe Canadian Imperio'i Bank of Commerce in down low n Toronto, He is also one of Canada's finest pods. Don Bell writes about Ihe life and poems of the man who lias pul poelry within ihe roach of all, nol jus) scholars. Waleh for Ihis arlicls on Raymond Sculler IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE At DUNLOP FORD Whan you buy a top quality A-1 car a I Dunlop Ford you gel morn than a hand shake. You not only get top qualify, top selection and grenl value you gel lha tails- faction of knowing lha A-1 uied car of your choice 11 100% guaran- teed for 30 dayi. Dunlop Ford exlend Irie manufac. uren warranty to a fulf 90 dayi il'i like buying a car and having a free mechanic al your beck and