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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, December 3, 1970 Signs indicating free two- hour parking at all downtown meters m Lctlibridge have been affixed to every fourth meter post in the area and the revised plan comes into effect Saturday. The signs, four inches FAST SPEAKER-Chuck Stevenson, Indianapolis 500 racing veteran, .Catholic Central High School at a.m. Tuesday. Mental alertness, be the featured speaker in Lethbridga high schools Monday and courtesy and safe mechanical condition of cars will be stressed in the Tuesday in Mr. Steve he featured speaker in Lethbridga high schools Monday and courtesy ana sate mecnanicai conamon or curs in a special highway safety program designed for students, program, which is designed to impress upon students the responsibilities >nson speak at the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Monday they must assume as drivers. The program now in its 17th year nation- Mr Stevenson will speak at the Letnonage i_oliegiate institute monaay mey IHUM ussu.no u> u.iyc.i. at a.m., at Winston Churchill High School at p.m. and at ally, is sponsored locally by The Lethbridge Herald. construction ahead of schedule Construction on the Univer- sity of Lethbridge is about one month ahead of schedule. Bob Comstock, capital devel- opment officer for the univer- sity addressing the Wednesday meeting of the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce, said the advanced schedule will allow about 60 per cent of tlie students registered for next year's term to be in the facili- ties by September. Apparently the number of stu- College considers The feasibility of developing off-campus courses in a num- ber of southern Alberta com- munities will be closely inves- tigated by the Lethbridge Com- munity College. Dale acting direc- tor of the LCC school of con- tinuing education for a year during the sabbatical leave of director Keith Robin, suggest- ed to the LCC board of gover- nors Wednesday that one non- credit, general interest pro- gram be offered each semester to any community which ap- plies. The courses would be 'ar- ranged in the evening only; the instructor and administration would be provided by the col- lege; the community would provide facilities (such as school rooms) free of charge. The college would pay the in- structor's salary and expenses, but the community requesting the course would be responsible for its local co-ordination, ad- SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS UNED WATER HEATERS S120 AND UP Phone 328-2176 vertisement and related activi- ties. A further stipulation, Mr, Heyland said, would be that the LCC off-campus courses would in no way be offered in com- petition with similar courses offered in that community by another agency such as the University of Lethbridge or the local school board. He said requests have been received in large number, from communit i e s including Cham- p i o n, Carmangay, Cardston, Magrath and Raymond. A spe- cial program in sewing was of- fered on a sort of pilot project basis this fall in Champion, with great success. "The community image of the college was greatly en- hanced by the quality of the in- struction as well as the quality of the Mr. Heyland said. The board was in favor of the proposal, and the exten- sion courses could be offered in the spring semester. They will not be for credit. SUMMER DAY On an average summer day at the South the tempera- ture is about 20 below zero. COMPLETE Attenticn Co-op Members! YOUR CO-OP PRESENTS THE SUPERIOR 13-DAY TOUR INCLUDES Return Empress Jet Service from Calgnry or Vancouver Meals in flight Guaranteed quality accommodation Bilingual tour guides cocktail party In Mexico City Welcome cocktail party in Acapulco Transfers airport to hotel in Mexico City and Mexico Cily tour Full day excursion Mexico City to Acapulco. Lunch ii Included Acapulco Bay cruise on S.S. Fiesta 13-day hotel accommodation Optional days available at per day per person DEPARTING FROM CALGARY JANUARY 19th, 1971 PRICE ONLY