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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE i KcRAlD Monday. Jan.dry 1973 NOW 15 THE TIME TO SAVE SAVE ON THESE HOME IMPROVEMENT ITEMS! CRESTLINE BUtDttS MARKET LTD. Prices in effect Jan. 29 to Feb. 10 LCC "i Save 15% on CANNON CRAFT INTERIOR SHUTTERS -IT Widlhs 6" 7" 3" 9" 10' 11" 12" Lengths from 16" to 40" FOR EXAMPLE Adjustable louvres Ciecr pina or mahogany 6" X 16'' Regular Price 1.59.......SALE PRICE Unsla-ed rlccr Tils see 'he one! VINYL SHIELD D A hi 1 1 IK1 RANDOM GROOVED EM5CS5ED PANELLING -s-rc-as- Series, i. xS' 32' rcrc'on c.-crvec. DS rn'jch 4 d ,s ir lok-j Handsome w cod oclt, a'us'ty, elciiic. wclnut tone. Burcb'e Reg. 6.95 Ivcry. !m. pecan wood, blond Sale, encn N, PES ROIL ZONOLITE AHIC FILL FRAMING -j- and STRAPPING Spruce Psr Hi. fl. 13C CHIP BOARD 4x8-'-' Per sheel Per Per sheet SANDED FIR PLYWOOD EXTERIOR GRADE one side 5.99 4xS-V Good one 9.79 4i8-V Good cne side 12.59 j ROUGH SPRUCE PLYWOOD i 59 i Standard grade 4.19 V Standard grade 4.79 USE YOUR 5 iUlLDEKS MARKET LTD. INDEPENDENT BUIlblNO SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS" Plione 327-5444 or 327-5110 Use Our Budget Plan Confidence is the key word in public speaking course By 1FEKB LEGO I Herald Stall Writer do 100 students o{ en- I uronmental science, law en- forcement, radio arts and busi- ness administration have in common not counting the fact they all attend Leihbridge Com- .TiUnity CoDege? i The key vrord is confidence. That's exactly what all of these young men and women are achieving through a unique pub- lic speaking program directed j by Ian Mandin. "After only one and a half weeks of the course, most stu- dents wouldn't alter Mr. Man- din's approach one degree and all students proudly admit they have learced to recognize i and overcome many of their psrsona] communication prob- lems. The typical hour-long elsss begins with a humorous warm- up from instructor Mandin who. after nine years as a working broadcaster, hss teamed a n easy-gome, jovial approach to communicate his ideas to stu- olerts. Approach He echos the thinking of his students when hs explains the values behind his approach to pubh'c speaiing: ''The kev thing is to give therr. confideDce confidence in themselves, confidence in ap- for a joiJ when they fin- "It brines them right out. All of ,1 sudden they've got to think on their feet and be dear, too." Mr. Mandin says. In reality. Mr. Mandin serves as a caSslyst to his students as he supplies impromptu topics for speakers, guideline topics for speaking assignments in Although he evaluates each studerrt. the students themselves are often niore critical of their peers acd the students al- ways have first crack at any speaker from their midst. It's no: iust the topic of Isneecb. or the delivery, which serious commetit and brieruent from the students: Attitudes. physics] actions, au- dience hvo-vement. emphasis through com- language, all rate oa ibs public speaking scale. Topics Topics selected by Mr Man- din for ha students, or tooics selected by students themselves for others in the same class. are or.lv because they tTLi'iee the thought process. Impromotu tooics in which a srjder.t is called without prior ncrice to address his class- mates range from "Wbr I "Why I feel ss-'er in a car than a plane" to "V.'nat I eroerienced when I cast my first vote in an elec- tion." Subjects such as these pro- vide i rdih En oppcr- to present his opinions, seriously or in rKt- to his class- mates and often reveal a startling irsifh: the atti- tudes of today's younger gener- ation. But pubiic fpeakLng at LCC isn't aU fcds' especially in age frorr. 18 to 32 vrlthin ore class alcr.e. Forrrul topics are se'.c-ced by MardL- and are given to each student sreais. from tv.t> n i r. u t e s to VD in ler.gth. he is evaJJited by an- other studen: chosen by Mr. Marjdin. Formal presentation racse from ''h-O'" to kick a fcotbalr' SLT-.rr.er iob or an auto- mobile accder.t L-. which a stu- dent was involved. Tooics SUCH as t'r.ese may; Hard (it it business Leo Ned sound a bit but they're not. Each select- ed for a specific purpow. Tne "how to" topics, teach i student the importance of tie monstration. throu-h naM ges- tures and irnpro: tion. Personal experiences -Jie svjde.Tt how ral-jable audi- ence involvement is to a speak- er. Interest Any visitor !o a pub- Sc speaking class Cimc: help but no'Jce ur.er.se of all studczjcs. They are re- laxed, quick to note a slip r. speaking protocol, ready to siiare an e-tperience o: ;es; o' remedy sheltered the frame-.vork of speaking fomiai- Most srudenis readily adnti t'wir EQinirauon for Mr. MuH- da as an instructor. They ap- preciate his friendly attitude to- '.vard aU siuder.ts. hU humor ana his but fair tion of all as they Spslk' j At or.e ajter iei> two --e-iis before an ccu'.ci his program. Leo Xeal. a 32-year-old busi- ness acrninistraticfl student, so c: ease in front of a srr.iLi o: that tie Mandin to ar- rcnce a speaking session in a ;a-ge reflects the en- lire purpose of public speakir.g LCC as s-otrimed up by ?.L-. Manab and as expressed by IS-year-e'.d Ron Iwamoto: "The key our instructor ,--d Ron says. The las ManoL-.'s rubiic pro-ram are the r.'.or. sincere- and self- people you'd ever Jus: ask therr.. And be pre- pared to talk over, Warble inspection begins Feb. 19 Auction market inspection for v.-arb'.e-im'esied cattle starts secor.d year in Southern .Al- berta Feb. 19. Designed to make Alberta free by 1977. the auc- tion market inspection for Northern Alberta beeins March 1 Warbles besin as flies which Isy eggs on the lees of cattle. The emerging worms work their way inside the cattle and fin- ally arrive a: the underside of Ire back oi the animal. Here the larvae gro'r. caus- irg bumps to en tre Mck c; rhe anL-naLs infested. Tney a hole IP. the hide to breathe. From this hoie emerg- es the fiy v.hich begins the life cycle again. .Ticker Krms. -Barbie control tor the Alberta De- partment of Agriculture, says Shooting cusp remanded to Tuesday CoaldaJe man charged u-ith :ro a'tc-mr-ted murder his wife Doc. H. remanded in provincial cwirt Friday to Jzn :in for a preliminary hearing. Sheldon William Cox. chare- eri following the shooting of his Henka Cox. has remain- Dfl in custody since the charpe was laid. The preliminary hearing will ric'erminp whether there Is suf- ficient evidence for a trial nn the charge. It will be heard in 1 provincial court. the inspectors wil'. check all 1 cafJc so'.d thro'jgh auc'Joi: nar- coring the season. fo'jrj to have grubs (identified fcy the larvae on the back1 K marked v.ith a yeUo'.v tag. Ke says anyone buying warbie-mfested sr.cuid treat them before uie flies emerge. Names of the seller buyer of infested cattle re reported to the of- ficers in the retior.s Feedor sola a: punLc Non-credit classes moot good response cffererf B: t'r.is semester hive met tcod response, Fleiires rc-lcased by continuing educ.-.'-ion riepjrt- mcr.t at U of shov; that tr.rce of public C5 stucer.t ,ir.d adult cera- r.-.i.-s and sl.xit-n-. full enrolment soor. af'.er ti.cv M-crc first advertised service in computinr. science, physical ac- tivity, and climate arc schcd- ulcf! tn begin Liter this sprinc. university Ls of ferine ;i clasfcs in with olf- c.impu.-; clavcs in T.ibcr Chrc-holm The ,-iro lo jnyonc, res.irdleij oi I academic tackground. Ker.-j. stockyards at Lethbridge. Ajc.'vn gary and Edmonton v.-.ll also sc-: be inspected for up sy; T, ire be paid by the A'bcna Depart- ment of Agric-jlrare. Tne in- specticn be carried out un- e'er the supervision of ciai veterinary person- r.el and azri cultural ssrr.ce 3oara >.st control oiiiccis. 79-vear-old woman lined 3-as fined Li provincial co'art Friday aiter she pleaded guirry to a charge of entering d hJgh-.; ay vhen unsa'e. Lucy Mandebille. TE; represented in by hfr '.vas charred a J1.5M ln-o-csr coi'i- sipn Jan. 10 at the junction oi 4 ar.d 61. She was trave'.lir.a vvcv. o- Highway 61 when she stopp.x) at the stop sign before crossing Highway J. As she crossed the liighway. her car was struck T-e-e The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imporled styles in LETHBRIDGE ANNUAL MEETING TONIGHT (MONDAY, JAN. J9lH LETHBRIDGB PROVINCIAL NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY CONSTITUENCY ASSOCIATION GUEII Speaker GRANT NOTLEY 8 O'CLOCK RAINBOW HALL (Jlh Avenue (.'orlri. IrlKbriCgt) EVERYONE WEICOWEI ________Iniirtldby Auee.______ ;