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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Ftbruary 20, 1975-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD-15 Television cracks Senate committee drug hearings OTTAWA (CP) The Senate agreed Wednesday to allow television of its com- mittee hearings on the bill to for posses- sion of marijuana and WINTER GAMES RED GRILLE SPECIAL ROAST BEEF DINNER Beef-eater's favorite! Tender slices of Canada choice roast beef with rich brown gravy, creamy whipped potatoes, choice of vegetable and roll with butter. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Monday, Tuesday Wednesday a.m. to p.m. Thursday Friday a.m, to p.m. DEPARTMENT STORES Saturday a.m. to p.m. RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES hashish. Ray Perreault, Senate gov- ernment leader, said it is the first time the Senate has au- thorized televising of its de- bates. Television is forbidden in the commons. At present, the only televis- ing of Commons or Senate proceedings is at the opening of parliament. Mitchell Sharp, government leader in the Commons, has said he favors experimenting with television in the Com- mons. However, legislation to allow televised debates there has not yet been introduced. The motion, passed by a voice vote, also permits live radio coverage of the com- mittee meetings. Senator Carl Goldenberg, legal and constitutional af- fairs committee chairman, said he will'ask the committee when the electronic coverage should begin. The committee meets Tuesday. The issue was raised origi- nally ealier this month after the committee told the Senate it wished to permit the CBC to televise the hearings. Many senators questioned the right of a committee to make such a decision and there was stormy debate last week. The debate continued Wednesday and some senators expressed concern that the broadcast media would distort the -proceedings and emphasize sensational aspects of the debate. Commons Speaker James Jerome said it will be "an ex- periment that we could learn from." Mr. Sharp said he is pleased with the Senate decision. He has asked the CBC to study the technical difficulties involved in televising Com- mons proceedings. He also intends to present a motion to the Commons on the subject, but said no date has yet been set. Walter Baker, the Progres- sive Conservative deputy House leader, said he is concerned that the experi- ment is taking place before the question is examined thoroughly by the Senate and Commons procedure and organization committees. The problem of televising parliamentary debate should be considered when rule changes are studied, he said. Senator Ernest Manning said he is con- cerned that the media is inter- ested in bills which lend them- selves to emotionalism and sensationalism. The Senate was discussing other issues of. greater concern and he cited the foreign affairs committee study of U.S.-Canada relations. Senator Hazen Argue (L-Saskatchewan) said he is pleased the media has shown interest in the proceedings of the committee. "We should quit being so timid and afraid in the he said. MANNING Tory leader in trouble WINNIPEG (CP) Manitoba Progressive Conser- vative Leader Sidney Spivak appears once again to be in trouble within his own party. With a leadership conven- tion expected in December, the names of at least six MPs and MLAs are being touted as possible challengers to the 46 year old party leader, and rumblings about the need for a change appear to have increased. Deputy party leader Harry Enns, MLA for Lakeside, was one of several sources yester- day who confirmed that many of the party's 21 member caucus in the legislature have asked Sterling Lyon of Win- nipeg to run for the leadership. Mr. Lyon is a former at- torney general and turned in a credible performance last summer in his race against Defence Minister James Richardson in the federal riding of Winnipeg South. after ENROL IN AN EVENING PROGRAM AT THE LETHBRIDCE COMMUNITY COLLEGEI 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 for the typing ot personal letters, manuscripts, re- ports and special forms. ft p.m. FEE: BASIC LANDSCAPING HOME GARDENING Instruction on the basic considerations of lawn prep- aration and planning as well as types and varieties ot grasses, trees, shrubs, and flowers; their care and treatment. 8 March 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 students.__________ GOLF INSTRUCTION Time will be given in each lesson for practice. Special instruction at the golf course when the weather is suitable wjll be an added benefit of this program. The intermediate classes are designed for 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 Mondays-April p.m. Section F-lntermediate 10 Mondays-April p.m. Section 10 Tuesdays-April 1975- p.m. Section 10 p.m. Section 10 Wedneedayi-April 9, p.m. Section 10 9, p.m. Section 10 9, p.m. Section 10 Thunders-April p.m. Section 10 p.m. Section 10 10, p.m. LIMITED TO 12 STUDENTS PER SECTION FEE: JJO.OO. CANDLECRAFT Candies are inl They are surprisingly easy and in- expensive to make yourself. Here's a course to show you how. 5 p.m. FEE: 120.00. SEWING WITH KNIT FABRICS The course will comprise of a study ot knit fabrics and how to treat them and sew with them, drafting your own patterns tor use with knits that will fit the in- divid'uai figure. Demonstrations of stretch sewing of garments will include a skirt, slacks, shorts, T-shirts, pant tops and dresses for adults and children. 10 10. 1175. p.m. ftt: SEWING WITH KNITS FOR MEN BOYS Trils course Includes instruction on how to sew with knit fabrics. Men's and boys' psnts, underwear, T- shirt variations and dress shirts. p.m. FEE: LINGERIE SEWING The class will comprise of a study of lingerie fab- rics demonstration and actual sewing of garments by students. aThureeayt-Aprll p.m. FEE: 120.00 WOODWORKING Correct use of hand and power tools and urn ol varl- oul materials will be Included. Design and construe-' tlon of furniture is an. Integral part of the course. 10 Thwedeyi-Febnury p.m. FIE: LAPIDARY Learn the skill ot cutting, polishing and engraving stones. Create beautiful Jewelry or simply cultivate an Interest In collecting and properly preserving stones. 1 7'00-ttfO a.m. FEE: 1M.OO. BRIDGE LESSONS 'Bridge Lessons: Beginners, 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 knowledge of bridge, with sessions of actual play commencing the third week. 10 p.m. FEE: DOG GROOMING In this course on dog emphasis will be on trimming and clipping the dog, care of the eyes and. ears, shampooing and nail clipping. 7 Tuesdays-March 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 each year. Successful participants will receive a wallet certificate which will give merit points under the Alberta Driver Program, and may qualify tor reduced premiums in auto insurance. 4 Wednwdiyi-March p.m. FEE: FLY FISHING 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. 8 p.m. FEE: HAIRSTYLING COURSE FOR WOMEN Learn how to attractively style and manage your own hair. This course will show proper grooming of the hair, creation, ot hair styles, and handling of wigs. 5 Tuesdays-March 5 Thurtdayi-Mirch p.m. FEE: MEASURE UP TO THE TIMES WITH METRIC CONVERSION Gain an understanding ot 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 6f the metric system; 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: 6 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 Intormed of equip-, ment required on opening night. 10 Wtdneedjys-February p.m. FEE: EFFECTIVE PARENTING This course is to help parents develop closer relation- ships with their children through an increased .aware- ness of 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 Mondays-February p.m. FEE: PRIVATE PILOT REFRESHER Open to any private pilot who holds a valid license to fly but who seeks a refresher on Airmanship, Air Rules and Regulations, Radio, Navigation and Meteor- ology. 6 Mondays-February 24, 1975. p.m. FEE: (include. READING SKILL DEVELOPMENT Reading skill development designed tor students, businessmen, professional people and those who wish to Improve'thelr speed In reading. A common core of instruction, supplemented by practice exercises at varied levels of difficulty. p m. FEE: SELF-HYPNOSIS AND SCIENTIFIC SELF-SUGGESTION The objective ot this course Is to present sophisti- cated and useful hypnotic techniques to equip a per- son for the various problems in hypnoala and scientific selMuggestlon reveals a meth- od lor 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, menial and functioning, and how to resolve Inner conflicts that block the free now of hidden resources. I WednMdare-Minh It, ItTI BLOCK BUSINESS PROGRAMMING The School of Continuing Education Is striving to offer a more diver- sified business program this winter. Below are the choices o courses and the blocks of time that are available to you. Courses may operate at any time however, providing there are 12 Interestec students. Please select the courses you desire and the block of time which you wish to register. Rll out the attached application form and return It to us as soon as possible. For more Information contact the School of Continuing Education at 327-2141 Ext. 228. n 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 standard letter styles. Develop skills tor typing business and personal letters, manuscripts, reports. February 24 to April Block C lo noon. Block D to p.m. April 3 to May Block E to noon. Block F to 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 24 la March 1975 Block C to 12 noon. Block D to p.m. April 3 lo April 24, 1975 Block E lo 12 noon. Block F lo p.m. BOOKKEEPING An introductory bookkeeping course emphasizing basic principles of double entry bookkeeping. Special Journals, subsidiary ledgers banking duties, and' petty cash are some of the topics. February 24 to April Block C lo noon. Block D to p.m. April 3 to May Block E lo noon. Block f lo p.m. PAYROLLING, ACCOUNTS, RECEIVABLE, PAYABLE A basic bookkeeping course dealing specifically with payrolling receivables and payables. 18 to April Block C to noon. Block D to p.m. April 25 to May 9, 1975 Block E lo noon. Block F lo SUCCESSFUL STARTING AND OPERATING YOUR OWN BUSINESS n association with the Lethbrldge Chamber of Commerce the Lethbrldge Community College School of Continuing Education offers this course, designed to present an awareness ot how to approach your own business. Many sessions will be conducted by nembers of the Board of Directors of the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce. i p.m. to p.m. FEE: BOOKKEEPING FOR THE SMALL BUSINESS This course has been prepared to provide the fundamentals of bookkeeping as well as assist the participant appraise his present accounting system and make improvements where necessary. I Tuoedays and beginning February to p.m. FEE: (plus tent materials) ECONOMICS I rhla course Is being offered In cooperation with the Lethbrldge Chapter of the Appraisal Institute of Canada. Economics I is a equirement for A.A.C.I. designation and Involves: Introduction to Economics Money and Banking Theory of Price National Product and National Firm and Industry Income International Trade 5 Wednesdays, beginning March :00 to P.m. fit: (Indudaa leu and fheterlaH) I REQI8TIIATIONFORM I SCHOOL OF CONTIIUINfi EDUCATION I LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE I I Mr.................................................... I Mrs................................................... I Miss I (Last) (First) (Second) I ADDRESS: IRES. PHONE.......................................'... I BUS. PHONE I BIRTHDAY (Day) (Month) (Year) Male Fvemakt COURSE NAME FEE................................................... Previously attended this College? No j DATE COURSE BEGINS................................ TODAY'S DATE Registration DeedHm Prior to Clan Starting Data. Fan ere Out am papM on or CflLQJLflTED UflLUES Small Prices to Pay for Accuracy Square Root Calculator A. Price break-through. Find' tlw aware root of any number- simply deprem, square-root key. With standard 4 functions plus percentage AC ad- aptable. Large Dlgltron read- out. All housad in a compact case. Batteries S carrying case included. 'Unitrex' Calculator B. Reliable for fast cor- rect calculations. Digllron 8- letter readout. In addition to 4 usual functions you'll find: percentage key. exchange key, constant, PLUS .memory lor storing figures. Powered by standard AA battery; AC ad- aptable. Batteries and case In- cluded. Scientific Calculator C. With functions needed for scientific engineering cal- culations. With aln, tan, ex- ponential, natural log, common log, square root, reciprocal sign and Memory constant, percentage 4 a basic functions. Nl-Cad batteries, case 4 charger-adaptor Included. EMI 29.97 34.47 89.87 CoUaga Shopping Mall 2026 Mayor MagratnDrlva (DEPARTMENT STORES A OMSKM Of CO LTD 2026 Mayor Magra Monday. Tuaaday ft Wadnaaday t-.M a.m. to p.m. Thuraday ft Friday i.m. Id MM p.m. Saturday MM a.m. to p.m. I HilHllCNlQlR I UTWOTIN ;