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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, August LETHBRIDGE Dateline Alberta Greek supporters inarch CALGARY (CP) About 100 supporters of the Greek- Cypnot cause marched on the United States consulate Fri- day to present a statement calling for American interven- tion against Turkey Two spokesmen elected bv the demonstrators met with U S consul-general Harry Hall in the 10th floor offices of the consulate to express what one of them said was "our out- rage at American involve- ment in the murdering of Greek-Cypnots by the Turkish army About 40 uniformed ahd plaintclothes Calgary policemen watched the demonstrators, as did a dozen security staff from the American consulate A spokesman for the demonstrators said a petition supporting the Greek-Cypnot cause is being circulated among the Greek residents of Calgary Leap fails to save life GRANDE CACHE (CP) Dennis Aitken 33, of Grande Cache died after the truck he was driving went out of control and he tried un- successfully to jump to safety Police said he jumped from tne cab of the truck before it shot off the road near this town 250 miles northwest of Edmonton, and crashed to the bottom of an 80-foot em- bankment Mr Aitken suffered head and neck injuries in his jump and was pronounced dead on arrival at Grande Cache hospital Tractor victim named KITSCOTY (CPi Police have identified Alfred Boyer 67 of Vermilion as the man killed in a tractor accident on a district road about four miles south of this com munitv Police said he lost control of the tractor he was operating and it rolled on top of him Kitscoty is about 125 miles east of Edmonton Driver crushed to death EDMONTON (CP) Joseph Cvrille Laurent Chartrand 25 of Wmterburn died when the semi-trailer truck he was driving was in collision with a tractor-drawn farm implement GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY 6 36 SUNSET 8 31 H L Pre 77 47 84 48 71 43 68 44 01 65 40 01 66 43 08 71 41 72 53 01 60 53 82 59 74 57 72 60 80 51 71 54 06 67 53 01 87 64 02 82 61 69 42 63 59 04 73 57 73 Lethbridge Medicine Hat Pmcher Creek Grande Prairie Edmonton Banff Calgary Victoria Prince Rupert Penticton Kamloops Vancouver Saskatoon Regina Winnipeg Ottawa Montreal St John s Halifax Charlotte town Fredencton Chicago New York Miami Washington San Francisco Denver Las Vegas Phoenix Athens Rome Pans London Berlin Amsterdam Madrid Moscow Stockholm 79 64 78 59 90 67 88 78 90 69 73 55 89 53 103 71 105 78 86 70 79 64 77 57 72 61 77 54 68 62 86 61 66 50 66 55 03 Trucking firm folds EDMONTON (CP) The 246 employees of B-Lme Ex- press Ltd in Alberta and British Columbia are looking for jobs today as the company wound up operations Friday because of what its president considered impossible wage demands Norman Klassen said earlier this month the Calgary-based company would fold It's the sickest situation I ve ever seen Mr Klassen said The teamsters asked and received a 56-per-cent increase in salaries A skeleton crew will be kept on here until next week to move all undelivered freight said Norm Robinson the com- pany s Edmonton manager We all are looking for jobs including me Mr Robinson said The drivers members of Local 362 of the Teamsters I nion were given a letter of understanding from the com- that 60 cents an hour retroactive to January would be paid if the company went out of business while the full terms of the contract would remain in force if the line con tinued operations said Larry Martin a union spokesman New slogan California publisher Ed Kelly of the Yorba Linda Star received hundreds of complaints after announcing he was removing the paper's slogan, "The Birthplace of President Nixon" from the newspaper After considering the matter, Kelly came up with a compromise slogan "Birthplace of our 37th President." These three edi- tions of the paper show original Nixon slogan, top; without slogan, and with the revised slogan PROFESSIONAL CARPET CARE LTD. Edmonion-Calgary-Lethbridge APPOINTMENT Professional Carpet Care Ltd announces the appointment of Ronage Moriz as their new manager in Lethbridge For all your carpet care needs call 329 0272 324A 13th St N ACCOUNTANTS Excellent employment opportunity for industrious individuals who are interested in providing a variety of accounting serv- ices to small and medium sized clients of a professional accounting firm The ideal applicants must have confidence in handling complete accounting records to the final trial balance stage and have enjoyed a minimum of two years ex- perience PLEASE REPLY IN CONFIDENCE TO: YOUNG PARKYN McNAB CO. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS 1003 4th A ve. S., Lethbridge, Alberta, T1J OP7 Police said the semi-trailer unit jack knifed on Highway 43 about 70 miles northeast of here and the victim was trapped in the cab which was crushed Civic election delay suggested FORECAST Lethbridge, Medicine Hat Sunny today with highs 75 to 80 Sunday Sunny Chance of isolated afternoon showers or thundershowers Lows 45 to 50 Highs near 75 Calgary Today Early morning fog patches otherwise sunny Isolated showers near the mountains Highs 65 to 70 Sunday Mostly cloudy Showers in a tew localities Lows 40 to 45 Highs 65 to 70 Columbia Kootenay Today mostly cloudy with a few showers Isolated thundershowers this afternoon and evening Sunday, cloudy becoming sunny in the after- noon Highs today from near 70 to 75 and from the low 70s to about 80 on Sunday Lows overnight in the low 50s MONTANA East of Continental Divide Some cloudiness but mostly fair and warm today through Sunday Highs Saturday and Sunday 75 to 85 Lows tonight 45 to 55 West of Continental Divide Variable cloudiness today through Sunday Widely scattered showers mainly over mountains north this evening Widely scattered showers Sunday Highs Satur- day and Sunday 70 to 80 Lows tonight 40s EDMONTON (CP) Aid Ed Leger said Friday the Oct 16 civic election should be delayed until after a report is handed down from a judicial inquiry investigating allegations of wrongdoing at city hall The judicial inquiry resumes Sept 3 before Mr Justice William Morrow of the Supreme Court of the Northwest Territories who said Thursday he is no longer confident he can have his report completed before Oct 16 Aid Leger said he will introduce a notice of motion at next Tuesday's city council meeting It will ask the LINDEN POST DRIVERS See the NEW ALL HYDRAULIC DRIVER The most versatile Post Driver Available. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 government to pass legisla- tion to postpone the election until three months after the report on the inquiry is com- pleted He said the three-month period would give aldermen an opportunity to decide whether they want to seek re- election and would clarify the election in the public's mind Municipal Affairs Minister Dave Russell said, however, there is no provision in current legislation to permit the government to postpone the election He said a special session of the legislature to amend the legislation does not appear to be warranted cut out for the sea. PORTS OF ENTRY opening and closing times: Carway 6am to 12 midnight, Chief Mountain 7 am to 10 p m Coutts open 24 hours, Del Bonita Sam to 9 p m Kingsgateopen 24 hours, Porthill-Rykerts 7a m to 2am Sam to 9pm, Roosevillc 8 a m to midnight (Times in Mountain Daylight Time The biggest bargain m travel today is the twenty-hour ocean voyage along British Columbia s magnificent Inside Passage It s one of the highlights of the famous Totem Circle Adventure You can drive the Circle route to either Kelsey Bay or Prince Rupert then board B C Ferries Queen of Prince Rupert for a cruise through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world Your caror camper goes with you enjoy fine food and state- room accommodations all the way Send this coupon now for details on the Totem Circle Adventure and a QueenofPnnceRupert ferryschedule British Columbia Ferries Tsawwassen Terminal Delta British Columbia Canada NAME ADDRESS LH4h EVENING COURSES COLLEGE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE MONDAY EVENING Automated Data Processing BE 149 (R.I.A.) Designed to adapt students to the changing conditions brought about by computer usage and prepare them for a successful working relationship with computerized inforrra'ion processing 16 Mondays Wednesdays September 4 1974 700930pm FEE Accounting BE 173 (R.I.A.) Concepts and principles of partnership and corporation account ng plus voucher systems payroll accounting departmental accounting and accounting for manufacturing operations are covered 16 Mondays Wednesdays September 4 1974 7 00-9 30 p m FEE 50 Accounting BE 234 (R.I.A.) Prerequisite: BE 173 Accounting A review of accounting principles as applied to a corporate business Special emphasis is placed upon working papers and the preparation of adequate financial statements 16 Mondays Wednesdays September 4 1974 7 00-9 30 p m FEE 50 Personnel Administration BE 298 Basic principles of management planning organizing and controlling are analyzed in connection with related topics of communications standards and appraisals organizational and supervisory controls motivation and decision making 16 Mondays Wednesdays September 4, 1974 7 00-9 30 p m FEE 50 Machine Transcription BE 145 Prerequisite: BE Typing 140 This course will produce a skilled dicta typist through practice on prepared material on different kinds of tra-scription machines As transcription skills improve students progress to more difficult office dictation 12 Mondays Wednesdays September 9 1974, 7 00-9 00 p m FEE 50 WEDNESDAY EVENING Social Dance PE 220 This course is desaned to stimulate an merest amona students in various dances le foxtrot waltz polka cha cha swmq Lat n and South American dances and contemporary Amer can dances Proper dance etiquette sk II and grace will also be taught so that he beg nn ng dancer wil eel at ease n soc al dance circles 16 Wednesdays September 4 1974 7 30 9 30 p m FEE 00 per person Minimum registration 20 students Introduction to Home Wine Making Introductory course m the techniques of making wine Topics to be covered nclude equipment required basic steps in w ne making acidity and sugar content and the use of the hydrometer The method of making table wines sparking wines and after d nner wines w II be included 10 Wednesdays 11 1974 7 00-9 30 p m FEE S35 00 FRIDAY EVENING Institute of Chartered Secretaries Administrators The School of Cont numg Education will be offer ng two courses Jor the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Adm nistrators this semester Decision-Making Process of choosing among aliei natives to achieve personal and enterprise goals on one ma" man to man group or committee or entire enterprise basis AND Management of Human Resources A survey of organization theory classical bureaucratic human relations human resources sociotechnical and the systems approach 18 Fridays 6 1974 4 00-9 00 p m FEE TBA SATURDAY AFTERNOON TUESDAY EVENING Accounting BE 171 (R.I.A.) An introductory course emphasizing fundamental accounting principles and concepts the accounting cycle accounting for sales purchases and cash transactions valuation of receivables inventories and other assets 16 Tuesdays Thursdays Septembers 1974 7 00-9 30 p m FEE 50 Welding AM 175 A basic course in oxy acetylene and arc iiedmg with related theory Practical development of good welding hab ts and care of equipment Safet> features are stressed throughout Section A 13 Saturdays 7 1974 9 00-12 noon and 1 00-3 00 p m FEE 00 ADULT UPGRADING English EN 134 (Effective Business Correspondence) Emphasis in the course will be on drill work and proof reading Composing various types of business letters will be required as well All classes operate two evenings per week as is nd cated on the schedule under High School Preparator> and High School Main culation 16 Tuesdays Thursdays September 3 1974 7 00-9 30 p m FEE Organizational Behavior BE 268 (R.I.A.) The purpose of this course is to provide the student with the opportunity to become familiar with traditional and contemporary theories which underlie the understanding of basic human forces active in organization 16 Tuesdays Thursdays September 3 1974 7 00-9 30 p m FEE High School Preparatory BIOLOGY 120 CHEMISTRY 120 ENGLISH 120 FRENCH 120 MATHEMATICS 110 MATHEMATICS 120 PHYSICS 120 Courses Tuesdays Thursday Monday Wednesday Tuesday Thursday Monday Wednesday Monday Wednesday Monday Wednesday Tuesday Thursday Shorthand BE 154 A course m Stenoscript ABC Shorthand or Personal Shorthand designed to include theory and an introduction to transcription progressing to rapid preparation of typewritten transcripts 16 Tuesdays Thursdays Septembers 1974 7 00-9 30 p m FEE Typing BE 141 (Production Typing) Prerequisite: BE 140 Typing Emphasis on typing will be on mailability m production work Much of the work will be rough draft form with students making the decisions as to form style paragraphing punctuation 10 20 to 30 minute timings will be tha measure of production skill 16 Tuesdays Thursdays Septembers 1974 7 00-9 30 p m FEE High School Matriculation Courses BIOLOGY 130 Monday Wednesday CHEMISTRY 130 Tuesday Thursday ENGLISH 130 Tuesday Thursday FRENCH 130 Tuesday Thursday MATHEMATICS 130 Monday Wednesday MATHEMATICS 131 Tuesday Thursday PHYSICS 130 Monday Wednesday SOCIAL STUDIES 130 Monday Wednesday All classes begin Tuesday September 3rd or Wednesday September 4 1974 7 00-9 30 p m FEE 50 Watch for our Complete listing of Fall Programs in Saturday, August 31st Lethbridge Herald Tabloid Section APPLICATION FORM Please complete this form and return it to: SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Name Mr Address Telephone Course Name Section Date of Application Age Time Fee ;