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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 8, 1975 THE LETHBHIPGE HERALD 9_ ENROL IN AN EVENING PROGRAM AT THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE! TYPING BE 106 This typing course for beginners covers the funda- mentals of touch typing and standard letter styles. It is designed to develop skills required lor the typing of business and personal letters, manuscripts, re- ports and special forms. Thursdays-April p.m. FEE: (22.50. BASIC LANDSCAPING HOME GARDENING Instruction on the basic considerations of lawn prep- aration and planning as well as types and varieties of grasses, trees, shrubs, and flowers; their care and treatment. 8 3, 1975. p.m. FEE: SPRINKLER IRRIGATION COURSE This course is aimed at those people who are either contemplating or presently using sprink- ler irrigation. Topics to be discussed Include irrigation practices; how soil type, climate and crop affect the design; types of sprinkler and trickle systems; sprinkler system de- sign; and installation, operation and mainten- ance of sprinkler systems Including pumps, pipelines, power units and the system Itself. 10 p.m. FEE: Minimum registration 20 GOLF INSTRUCTION Time will be given in each lesson for practice. Special instruction at the golf course when the weather Is suitable will be an added benefit of this program. The intermediate classes are designed for those students who are beyond the beginners' stage but who wish to Improve their knowledge and iron out flaws in their game. Section 10 p.m. Section 10 p.m. Section 10 p.m. Section 10 p.m. Section 10 p.m. Suction 10 9, p.m. Section 10 9, p.m. Section 10 9, p.m. Section 10 p.m. Section 10 p.m. Section 10 10, p.m. LIMITED TO 12 STUDENTS PEB SECTION FEE: CANDLECRAFT Candles are inl They are surprisingly easy and in- expensive to make yourself. Here's a course to show you how. 5 p.m. FEE: SEWING WITH KNIT FABRICS The course will comprise of a study of knit fabrics and how to treat them and sew with them, drafting your own patterns for use with knits that will fit the in- dividual figure. Demonstrations of stretch sewing of garments will include a shorts, T-shirts, pant tops and dresses for adults and children. 10 p.m. FEE: SEWING WITH KNITS FOR MEN BOYS This course includes instruction on how to sew with knit fabrics. Men's and boys' pants, underwear. T- shirt variations and dress shirts. 5 p.m. FEE: LINGERIE SEWING The class will comprise of a study of lingerie fab- rics demonstration and actual sewing of garments by students. p.m. FEE: WOODWORKING Correct use of hand and power tools and use of vari- ous materials will be included. Design and construc- tion of furniture is an integral part of the course. 10 p.m. FEE: BRIDGE LESSONS Bridge Lessons; Beoinners, Introduction to bridge Including Mechanics'of Contract Bridge. Fundament- als, Scoring and Bridge Vocabulary. Bridge Lessons: Intermediate. Devoted to students who already have a basic knowledse of bridge, with sessions of actual play commencing the third week. 10 Wednesdays-February p.m. FEE: DOG GROOMING In this course on dog grooming, emphasis will be on trimming and clipping the dog, care of the eyes and ears, shampooing and nail clipping. 7 p.m. FEE: DEFENSIVE DRIVING How are your driving habits? Defensive Driving Is the professional skill that should and must be prac- tised by every licensed motorist to reduce the number of 2-vehicle traffic accidents that occur eexh year. Successful participants will receive a wallet certificate which will give merit points under the Alberta Driver Program, and may qualify for reduced premiums in auto insurance. p.m. FEE: FLYFISHING The selection of equipment, demonstrations and prac- tice In the mechanics of fly casting, false casting, roll casting, parallel casting. Students should bring present equipment, If any, to the first class. (Tuesdays-March p.m. FEE: HAIRSTYLING COURSE FOR WOMEN Learn how to attractively style and manage your own hair. This course will show proper grooming ol me hair, creation of hair styles, the care and handling of wigs. 5 Tuesdeys-Msreh 5 6, 1975 p.m. FEE: S20.00. LAPIDARY Learn the skill of cutting, polishing and engraving stones. Create beautiful jewelry or simply cultivate an interest in collecting and properly preserving stones. 5 Tuesdays-April p.m. FEE: PAINTING AND DRAWING Theory and practice in drawing using a variety of art media such as charcoal, pen and Ink, pencil, water colors, and oils. Students will be informed of equip- ment required on opening night. 10 p.m. FEE: EFFECTIVE PARENTING This course is to help parents develop closer relation- ships with their children through an Increased.aware- ness o! child growth and development from infancy through adolescence. Areas of concern will include child behaviour; behavioral changes; factors Influ- encing attitudes, abilities. Interests, and personality characteristics; and effective communication. 10 p.m. FEE: PRIVATE PILOT REFRESHER Open to any private pilot who holds a valid license to flv but who seeks a refresher on Airmanship, Air Rules and Regulations, Radio. Navigation and Meteor- ology. 6 24, 1975. p.m. FEE: READING SKILL DEVELOPMENT Reading skill development designed lor students, businessmen, professional people and those who wish 'to Improve their speed In reading. A common core of instruction, supplemented by practice exercises at varied levels of difficulty. 10 p.m. FEE: SELF-HYPNOSIS AND SCIENTIFIC SELF-SUGGESTION The objective of this course is to present sophisti- cated and useful hypnotic techniques to equip a per- son for the various problems experienced in life, self- hypnosis and scientific self-suggestion reveals a meth- od for achieving Well being and peace of mind. Stu- dents are taught how to switch off unnecessary ten- sions- how to turn the unconscious mind into a power- ful ally for a happier, healthier life; how the body's nat- ural recuperative powers can restore potency to physical mental and emotional functioning, and how to resolve inner conflicts that block the free flow of hidden resources. 8 P.m. FEE: MEASURE UP TO THE TIMES WITH METRIC CONVERSION Gain an understanding of the Metric System. Now is a good opportunity to learn to convert British units and measures to metric units and measures. Topics to be covered will Include: a brief history of the metric syslem; reasons for conversion to the metric system; advantages of the metric system; basic and derived metric units; problem solving In the metric system of units; every day applications In metric units. I M, 1171 p.m. FEE: 111. BLOCK BUSINESS HWfiMMMBIG (DAYTIME) The School of Continuing Education Is striving to offer a more diversified business program this winter. Below are the choices of courses and the blocks of time that are available to you. Courses may operate at any time however, providing there are 12 Interested students. Please select the courses you desire and the block of time in which you wish to register. Fill out the attached application form and return it to us as soon as possible. For more informa- tion contact the School of Continuing Educa- tion at 327-2141 Ext. 228. In addition to these business courses, the School of Business offers courses that are one semester In length. TYPEWRITING A course for beginners or refreshing an old skill. Fundamentals of touch typing and stand- ard letter styles. Develop skills for typing business and .personal letters, manuscripts, reports. February 24-April Block C 0 p.m. April 3-May Block E noon Block F p.m. MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION Learn to be a skilled typist through practise with prepared material on different kinds of transcription machines. Students progress to more difficult office dictation and develop a "first time correct" technique. February 2-Msrch 17, 1975 Block C noon Block D p.m. April 3-April Block E noon Block F p.m. BOOKKEEPING An Introductory bookkeeping course empha- sizing basic principles of double entry book- keeping. Special Journals, subsidiary ledgers, banking duties, and petty cash are some of the topics. February 24-Aprll 1, 1975 Block C noon Block D p.m. April 3-M.y 9, 1975 Block E noon Block F p.m. PAYROLLING-ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE-PAYABLE A basic bookkeeping course dealing specific- ally with payrolllng receivables and Merch 18-ApfU 1.1975 Block C noon Block D p.m. April 15-Mty i, 1975 Block E noon Block f p.m. REGISTRATION FORM SCHOOLOF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETNMWtt mmiMiTY COUMi NAME: Mr. Mrs. Miss (Last) (Second) ADDRESS: RES. PHONE BUS. PHONE BIHTHDATE: (Day) (Month) (Year) Mate...........Female........ COURSE NAME: FEE: Previously attended this College? Yes..........No.......... DATE COURSE BEGINS TODAY'S DATE Registration Deadline One Week Prior to CltM Starting FEES ABE DUE AND PAYABLE ON OR BEFORE THE FIRST CLASS South In short Indian dancers to perform PINCHER CREEK Indian dancers from Hobbema, Brocket and the Sarcee band near Calgary will perform here Feb. 14 for WintSr Games athletes and Southern Albertans. The dance display, organized by the Napi Friendship Centre, includes the world famous Saddleback troupe from, Hobbema the Broken Knife dancers from the Sarcee tribe, and the Andrew Small Legs and Sitting on Eagle Tail Society, both from the Peigan Reserve. Centre director Oliver Soop said dancing will start at 8 p.m. in the auditorium at Matthew Halton Community ScKool. Ad- mission charges are: adult, and children, Problem land has buyer FORT MACLEOD (Staff) David K. McNab of Fort Macleod has offered to buy 1.5 lots at the comer of 6th Avenue here but council says Harvey A. Bourassa is first in line for the "problem parcel." The lot has five stacks of gravel and cement blocks. The corner is said to be filled with fill dirt from various town ex- cavations and clean-up jobs. Prospective purchasers have all been warned about these problerps, said town administrator Roy White. "We better tell Mr. Bourassa 'if you don't want it, McNab wants said Coun. Jim Coutts at this week's meeting. Blairmore opening Feb. 17 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The opening ceremony for the Canada Winter Games will be held at 2 p.m. Feb. 17, Coun. Frank Capron advised town council this week. A highlight of the volleyball tournament, said Coun. Capron, will be the Alberta British Columbia game the evening of Feb. 19 in the Crowsnest Consolidated High School gym. The 120 member honors band, comprised of students from all participating communities, will include 16 members of the local high school band. The 'Pass recreation board is still seeking a person to fill the recreation director's post at a salary of about per month. Schools close for Games TABER (HNS) Both Roman Catholic separate schools here, St. Mary's and St. Patrick's, will be closed Feb. 11 to Feb. 21 for the Canada Winter Games. Public schools will be closed from Feb. 17 .to Feb. 21. for sewage hay crop TABER (HNS) Taber's sewage irrigated alfalfa hay crop brought the town including some 1500 storage fees for hay baled but not removed from the property. For the two cuttings, the returns represent about per acre. Coun. Mike Powell, when reporting to the council, said that labor costs had not been determined. The hay was purchased by the Vauxhall dehydrating plant under contract. New firms open in Taber TABER (HNS) After 14 years in business at 47th Avenue and 51st Street, Roy Sassa's R M Service Station is going out of business. At the same.time, a new business has opened its doors at 5019 SOth.Ave. The new Seven-Eleven store under the manage- ment of Ken Jensen will have its grand opening later in the month. Also planned for mid February is the official opening of the Taber IGA Foodliner, having changed hands from J. K. How Foods Ltd. to Independent Grocers Alliance. The new business, opening on Feb. 12, is under the manage- ment of Tom Mennear. It is operated on a cash and carry basis, rather than the charge account system of the former management. Recreation director named FOREMOST (Special) Bonnie Ully of Foremost has been named recreation director for the Town of Bow Island. The appointment has been made by the Bow Island and District Recreation Board. Mrs. Ully was formerly recreation director for the Crowsnest Pass area. UPCOMING SALES CONDUCTED BY EGLAND OSEEN AUCTIONS Saturday, February 15th JONK'S TRACTOR CO. WESTLOCK Sale to be held atWESTLOCK, Alberta