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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LE1HP.RIDGE HERfUD February 1977 I I CLASS OF '72 These five upholsterers were among the first to graduate from tho provincial government's Priority Employment Program at the Lethbridga Com- munify College. Kneeling, J. W. Jofinson and Richard Logan join .John Lybbert, Bud Monson and Jim in a new profession. The PEP program wai aimed at providing special job training for the unem ployed. experience program helm problem learners By KO.V Smlf ShincnLi who a', one time quc-pUrmorl I heir ih arc nmv finding cut Ihoy havo potential end r.'.JilUy. arc fho young people from the1 ir.'iTiinr? problems sog- nmt of Ib? Loi-hbndpe public Sin'-n (K-luivr. a small num- of boon involved in a ".vtrl-: experience program proiocl. Iliat v-'as four years IP, the uuikmc. Six FIndents four pirls and tun boys (lie first to like part in the program. The Livr> boys moved awny from Lho dly in December. Tlie girls are workiiip aL The Mar- J cog In the wheel of success for j 1 the work experience program, i Them must be businesses in Ihc cumraumty to take part if llic program is I I (o reach iLs goal. To date, (he response has been excellent. There arc more jobs available than I here are students to fill them. The jobs lasl three months before IV student is, ]iicvco !o o different ex- perience. Each student half (he day in tlio and (he other lirJf v.'orkiiiC. Some arc ninimtim vfigc of crnl-s making more. hile others are fin garct gets award The IjolhhTuIgo Brsvr- rry rock and Clou or gar- den receiver] recogni- tion Friday. Thcf hro'.veiy received a bronze ''In rocopiilion for an conlribulinn lo Llie iniprovcincn; of Ihc Al- borta cnvimnii'.cnt." Tlio by Ihc Alborla Associa- tion and Ti-adrs wns r.iarle in Ranff ,v ronvcii- lion of Alijrria Trades nadian rv a c'ouncIiIOT al the J.c'iliJjridge Ccfllcniale In.slil'j'.e and pro-! I gir.m administrator I "The idea is to involve lhe i students peop'o in a uork jsiluaLion where llicy have to i function under amhorily and I work oLJicr he, Tiic rantfc in ago i from 16 to 21 years. Sir. MendenrJdl said some of; Lhe students have been shelter- ed and protected by their par- ents when their real need is (jo in contact people. He said Ihc sUidonts them- selves are "really cxciLed" about the program. Tlwse who are not yet involved, about 20, ?n? constantly asking when they be able to go (ii work. don't plan lo ni5h any- Ihing. Ihis program has to evolve slowly. There are sbout four more sUident.s vlio arc im- mediate said Mr. Mcndcnhall. "For those who arc not ycl working, H is a real incentive.'1 The students go through n screening process be- rare they are permitted to move into Lbe "Tiic students ETC recom- mended to the program by iheir teacher, then tlwir capa- bilities and the job outlook arc considered. Parents also arc in- volved in the final decision." said Peter Palmer, school psy-. eliotogist. He said parents have been most enthusiastic about the program once they understand ils- purpose and the value it has for their child a value that is so great, he said, as to be almost immeasurable. Three 00-01 licence plates available here this year By LAItliV BEVNKIT j Slnff V.'riicr up ca'-ly in niovn- ing .Manii 1 is not oniy nn bi'ivd liiis year. A mnlor vci-ido.i Iv.-.indi of- ric'i.il will li" Ihruc cif Ihj I'i.-.lcs Milli Cu .sv.n'j.ks Rj! ard KC own will avail- al Ihc I'nn'nicia] Arlminis- trillion (in nth Si. and -'nd Avo. The Ihi-.-d, ri-ni. ill he available from [he Alhcnn Mo- tor Associstion (.ho nmrnmf of 4 ONLY GREAT DAYS LEFT COLOR PORTRAIT SPECIAl Rog Cross Is Bnck Thnl's What Il's All About A. L CROSS STUDIO 328-0111 Phonos 328-0222 Until 1 The nc 00-01 plate, blue back- Ground white reflective nu- merals, will not be available until about the middle of April, i The prrscn acquires this will Ixi the lo have his application processed XL Uie motor vehicles branch i office. Mo'vorcyclc scckinR Uie initial plate v.ill find Ihc fir.sl number j- 'Hie licensing 1'ue car.-; re- main; the same in all c.ilc- Dorics. Sin fill car licences sell for Slli. middle sized car plates For 521 and large-car 'plates for S2S. All fees arc I based on the car v-'liccl-basp Icnqlh. The price for motorcycle plales i-s unchanged aL SI. Tho fee for a five yenr driv- er's licence has increased to Slrt from S5. Short Lorm licences will si ill be issued (o persons over 70, or young people ulth medical If you nro planning in drive a car and a motorcycle Mid are renewing your licence, llie written test, will have addi- Liunrd fjiifslioixs conccrninf; ino- torcycliiiR. A .special cycling K-.sl ui'll also given in addi- l-ion lo tlfc rogulnr driver's Lest, SOMK DANGER Of IH species of rcpt.iles nnd amphibians known in Canada, .il len.st cmi considered r.'iro or endangered Learning problems seminar Learning problems in chil- dren and what parents can do to help will be discuseil at a special seminar Wednesday al 7 p.m. in the Westminster 'Ele- mentary School. Evenl.rn linger, director of (lie Evelyn Ungcr School for Language and Learning Devel- opment in Edmonton, will con- duct the two-hour seminar. The seminar is especially di- rected to parents with children who have learning difficulties but all those interested in Ihis field are invited to attend. City protests park development Lc'lhbriclge Mayor Andy An- dLTswii has scnl cojiies of a lel- Icr to 15 Allierla end federal fjuvmiinonl officials opposing Uie proposed million louiisl development at Lake Louise- Mayor Anderson saiel Uie city is al.so considering preparation of a brief opposing further "fommereializalion" of nation- al parks for a hearing inlo the Li'kc Louise, development to ho comliKlcd Marc-li I) and 10 at Calgary. Mayor Anderson's letter ob- jects in particular lo UK Lake Louise develop in c n t, aelding that development of lourist fa- cilities outside national parks would helter serve the growlli of tourism in Ihc whole prov- ince. Copies have gane to: Prime Minister Trndeau: Alhrrta I're- mier Peter Lciiglleed: Jean Chretien, lederal miniMiM1 in charge of parks Itolvrt Stan field, federal Conservative leaelr er; David Ijcwis, leader of thi1 NDP; Heal Caauelle, leader c; the Social Credit; Allan Wai-rack, Alherla lands and forests mini.strr: Dc'aiu1 Gundlock, IxjUibridfie MP; J V. Anilerson, Lc'ihliridsc MLA; Dick Grneniva'el. I-uHi- bridge West MLA; Pat Ma- honey, minisler of Ilud Olson, minisler of aitricullurc; Allan Sulalycky, Rocky Moun- tain MP; Jack Davis, minister o[ Ihc environment; lhe public hearings office of lhe tional and Historic Parks Branch, Ottawa. The Alberta government has i withheld comment on the ds- Village Loiiisu Ltd. nm] i vt-lopmeiiL until the Calgary Imperial Oil Ltd. hearing. lie discussed liy llro Mayor Anderson nr'.cd tlinl j Travel Industry Association of Alberta's lands and fore sis minislpr and minisler in chiarfW of lourism have both "placed Altirrla at the TIAAIta annual mcelinK Fell. 27 lo at Modi- due Hat. high priority on lhe ilpsigna- 1 Frank Smilli, manager of Ihc the Travel and Convention Associa- j tion of lanels oul-sidi lional parks for various of lion SjuVrLTii Albrrla. one of j recreational activities." 12 lourist zones in lhe TfAAlla. Developments ovilsidt! Uie mi- said the local group lias not I lional parks Banff. fr.i-nr'd an official opinion on j end Wr'rrlon Lnlirs weiiild the Louisa devclopmeul. I alleviate overerowdiiiR and give investment and jobs lo ulliei parts of the province, lie said Tile letter opposing lhe Lake development was agreed lo bv cily crjncil Jan. SI. I ONLY ONE i The Allied Arls Ccuncil in i is lhe only Alberta j Council lo receive a pro- Tlw proposed j uncial grant. Tl'.e government called Village Lake Louise I provides the council with sz.iilitl s organized age d on a 50-50 basis by annually. 1972 Meteor Rideau 500 1 Door Hardtop. 400-2V, oulomalic, H.D. bal- lery, block heater, eleclric rear window de- frosier, fender skirts, power brakes, power ileering, radio, full wheel discs, W.S.W. Paint- cd brighl green gold wild green vinyl Demo Stock No. 2089.................. 1972 Montego MX 4 Door Pillared Hardtop. 351 2V, auionwilc block healer, remote control mir- ror, power brakes, power steering, body sido mouldings, radio, H.D. electrical syslem, rroii counlry ride package, floor ma Is, Pointed beautiful medium brown. Demo Slock No. 2012....... 1972 Cougar 2 Door Hardtop. 351 2V, automatic irons- mission, H.D. baUory, block henter, tinted windshield, power brakes, power steering, radio, decor group, floor mots, W.S.W. Beauti- ful gold glamour willi saddle vinyl roof. Demo Stork No, 2046, 1972 Meteor Rideau 500 2 Door Hatdlop. With 400 2V, aulomniir. Trans miss.'on, W.5.W., appear anco group, H D baMery, block h paler, eleclric rear delrost, fender skirls, r" motft control mirror, oowcr brakes, steering, radio with rear !scol speakers, dc- luxfl bells with warning liihls, vinyl seal trim, brown vinyl roof. This car painled brighl g'amor yellow gold. Demo Slock No. 2018....... 1972 Montego GT 2 Door Fastbnck. 400 2V, nulomatic imm. mission, block heater, tin I (id o'ais, brakes, powrr hi back buckoi scnl'., radfo with rear ipcokcri, console, floor mala, crosi. country ridn packnga and many morn extras. Maroon in color. Dnmo Stock No. 7178....... COLLEGE MERCURYS EXCLUSIVE SAFE BUY GUARANTEE. Whatever it takes, we give you with a fetching figure We're prepared lo extend ourselves on your deol. Because we don'l wanl 10 have any trend- ed inventory when the next scheduled new car arrive. Take your pick from any used car or truck in irock and you can take advantage of ihis special offer. You can set the start-date for your monthly up to the end of the next quarter. During our Clearance Sale, we figure to have the customers coming and tha can going. You tell us when monthly payments should begin 1971 Volkswagen Super Beetle 2 Door. 4 speed (raps miss ion, radio, gas healer, blue in color......... 1970 Mustang 2 Door Faslback. New 351-4V engine, 4 speed Iransmtss'on, power sleering, power broken, radio, low mileage one owner. 1970 Toyota Mark II 2 Door Hardlop. 1900 cc engine, oulomalic Transmission, (ape rJcrk', air condilioned, full wheel coven. Canary Yellow. 1969 Chev. C30 1 Ton Dual wheeh, V-8, au'omat'c Iransmission. Swiss Aqua in color. 1970 Meteor Monrcalm 4 Door Sedan. 390 V-8, auto- rnrtic transmission, power ing, power brakes, ralio. W.S.W. Body side mlc'g. 1969 Dodge Polaro 500 J Door Hardtop. 318 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 4 Door Sedan. 390 V-8, automatic transmis- sion, powar steering, power brakes, radio, Skyv'.ew B'ue in color....... 1969 Plymouth Fury II 4 Door Stdan. 318 V-3, aulomalic transmission, power power brakes, W.S.W.. radio. 2 (one M o r o o n with 969 Buick Le SabrO 2 Poor Hardrop. 445 V8, oulo- rnolic transmission, power slocr ing, power broker, radio, W.5. w.. vinyl roof. Msdlum Lime frost IM color 1969 Plymouth aulomalic transmission, power slooring, radio, maroon in color. 1968 Buick Le Sabre Cuslom 4 Door Sedan. 445 V-8, culomnlic IcOnsmisiiun, power slrrrinp, power brakei, radio, V.'.S.W., niL-dium motalKc blue In color......... 1968 Thunderbird A Door Sodcm. V D, aulomalic power jrftcnrQ, pow-jr brnkm, power 1968 Mercury Parltlonn 4 Door Hardtop. V-S. automatic transmission, power sle'Jrincj, power bral-.es radio, W.S.W. Gold In color 1967 Foi-d Custom 4 Door Sedan. V-8. aulomalic. radio. Tu lone blue white lop. 1966 Volkswagen 2 Door. 3 speed iransmisslcn. radio. Grey in 1965 Mercury Parltlane Convertible. V-8, malic transmission, power steer- ing, power brakes, riidio, pcwrr roof, red in color 1965 Lincoln Continental 4 Door Sedan, V-B, aulomalic transmission, powc-r sleen'ng, power brakes, radio. 1972 Ford F 250 4x4. 360 V-8, 4 sprnrl Irani dual auxilicry 1 O7n T-.J 1 970 Ford FoSO 360 V8-, 4 mirron, 12 II box with i-o.s. 1969 Ford FIDO 740 6 cylinder, 4 spend Iran.-., mission, rodio. Yellow and while. 1969 Dodge Ton V-8, t speed Ironbivnv.iaii, rnilio Green ;