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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Mdrill 1972 Minihoma chassis being prepared Interior of new minihome line under construction HaiCo expects By JIM MAYBIE Staff Writer Production of new lines of recreation vehicles this year by HaiCo Manufacturing Ltd. is slated to help push sales to Truck camper at Coutts highway plant Phil Faulds Photos Insemination school ends The Lethbridge Community College completed it's first six- sveek school for artificial in- seminalicn today with certifi- cates presented to 24 students. Under the framework of the government Priority Employment Progra m. the school was operated by offi- cials of Southern Sires Ltd, of Lethbridge, Dr. AT ark Stringam. presi- dent of Southern Sires, was in charge. Included in the school was in- struction on animal physiology, nutrition, semen processing and pregnancy testing. Dr. David Clark, head of the LCC School of Agriculture, said lie expects most of thu students to qualify for the initial licence required by the artificial in- semination industry. He there will only be one-week courses this year but anticipated that the schcol will lK.'corne a regular feature in the LCC program. The school was operated five days per week for six hours each day, Unemployment Insurance Canada Assurance- chomage Canada WE AIM TO SERVE YOU BETTER Last Week We Mailed 18302 Cheques To Claimants Some came back undelivered fo Calgary Office. Have you changed your address and not told us? If so, do it now. LFFHBRSDGE OFFICE 313 5th Street South Phone No. 328-6601 "THANKS" 7o all who helped in 10 many ways lo make our 4th ANNUAL FIREFIGHTERS HOSE COUPLING COMPETITION Thi Success it Wail THE WINNERS WERE: Isl Event COLITIS F.D. 2nd Pioco RED DEES F.D. ind Event IETKBRIDGE F.D. NO. 1 2nd Place COUTTS F.D. AGGREGATE lit Plots LETHBRIDGE F D. NO. I 2nd Piece RED DEER F.D. LADIES EVENT 1st Place IETHERIDGE IADIES TEAM NO. 1 2nd Placo COUTT5 LADIES The Ladies' Auxiliary MISS JUDY MACINTOSH, IETKBRIDGE Texoi Mickey Draw HELEN DIKUN, LETH3RIDGE This Advertisement Placed by Lelhbridge Indoor Hoss Coupling Comr.ctitlon Commilten This column is published every Thursday to provide publicity for youth group meetings and outings. It is hoped Ihc column will per- form a dual purpose, as a re- minder for members and an invitation lor other youths to join in on the leisure-time activities. All notices .should he ad- dressed to Are You The Herald, Lothbridge, Alt a., no later than Tuesday preceding the Thursday the event is to ho. announced. THURSDAY, Pifarch 2, at 7 p.m.. the 20ih Independent Field Battery RC Army Ca- det Corps will parade at the, Kenyon Field Armories. Transpcrtalion i s provided. All interested men he- twccn Ihc ages of 13 and IS, phone Capt. L. D. Rodcli at 327-OG03. KIUDAY and SATURDAY, March 3 and 4, the girls' southwest zone basketball playoffs will IK held Win- slon Churchill High School. teams will participate. There f.re three sessions, with admission at 75 cents for students and SI for adults at each session. The champion- ship will he p.m. Saturday. SATURDAY, March 4 at a.m. ihs I1CKCC Chi- nook Ships Company will shooling practice at Ihc RC.irP riflo TLTSDAY, March 7, a! 7 p.m. the No, 11 Squadrrm UC