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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 - THI UTHMIOOI HIRAID - Monday, March f, 1971 Symphony tonight at 8:30 The first Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra concert of 1971, featuring Lethbridge-born violinist Thomas Williams, starts at 8:30 tonight at the Yates Memorial Centre. Rush tickets and three-concert season's tickets will be available at the Yates box office. Mr. Williams, member of the Montreal Symphony and the McGill Chamber Orchestra, will be accompanied by the 50-pfeee amateur orchestra in a rendition of Mozart's violin Concerto No. 4 in D Major. The orchestra, under the baton of Lucien Need ham, will also play the overture to Ni-colai's The Merry Wives of Windsor, Beethoven's First Symphony and Strauss' Tales from the. Vienna Woods. The Strauss waltz will feature a zither solo by John Leister. The symphony association has two more concerts scheduled far the 1970-71 season: an orchestral concert with a guest pianist April 19; and a choral concert highlighting Haydn's oratorio, Creation, May 3. Season's tickets purchased tonight will cover tonight's concert and the remaining two. Official LCI opening set Wednesday Formal opening ceremonies for the new Lethbridge Collegiate Institute addition will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., and the public is invited. Following opening remarks by Reed Ericksen, LCI assistant principal; Bill Brown, public school board chairman; George Watson, architect of the $2 million addition; and Tom Higa, president of the LCI students' council, a picture-tour of the school will be provided. Open visitation of the school's new facilities will follow, and refreshments will be served in the school's new cafeteria. Pension sessions scheduled There will be office sessions open to the public for questions and answers on the Canada pension plan, old age security and guaranteed income supplement, on the following schedule, March 11. Magrath - town hall, 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Cardston - town hall, 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Anyone wishing to use this service may do so. Assistance will be given in filing applications under the three government programs. G. R. (Rollie) Stewart of the Lethbridge CPP office will attend the Magrath and Cardston sessions. Ceiling slab is lowered into place. T__ ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 d-bearing used in local The load-bearing concept in modem construction enables 5,-000 square feet of concrete flooring to be placed in an apartment building in four hours. This is evident in a nine-storey high - rise apartment under way east of the College Mall in Lethbridge. The concept has been used in Europe for many years and was introduced into Canada several years ago. In the construction, the pre-c a s t, pre-stressed concrete slabs, eight inches thick, are lowered into position on the walls and partitions of the building. The slabs are four feet wide. Originally they are cast in Con-Force Ltd. plants, under the trade mark Spen-Deck, in 250-foot lengths. COLLEGE BOARDS OF GOVERNORS The Minister of Education, Robert Clark, requests nominations for the appointment of persons to serve on the boards of governors of the six Alberta public colleges. There are two vacancies on each of the following boards: 1. Lethbridge Community College 2. Medicine Hat College 3. Mount Royal College 4. Red Deer College 5. Grant McEwan Community College (Edmonton) 6. Grande Prairie College Nominations should provide pertinent information concerning the nominee's background and qualifications. Appointments are normally for a three-year period commencing July 1, 1971. Nominations should be forwarded, no later than March 31, to: THE CHAIRMAN ALBERTA COLLEGES COMMISSION SUITE 600 DEVONIAN BUILDING 11160 JASPER AVENUE EDMONTON concept construction These are cut to the desired lengths for various jobs. Those in the high-rise project near College Mall are 22 feet long. The slabs have hollow troughs running through their length, giving lighter weight construction. The slabs are glazed on the underside, suitable for a ceiling in the apartment. The top side is suitable for covering with carpeting. In the construction there is no shoring structure, as with another method of pouring the concrete floors in place. This is said to allow a quicker follow-up with electrical, plumbing and heating trades working to finish the building. Smith Bros, and Wilson of Calgary are building the apartment for architect Paul Tar-jan, and consulting engineers L. G. Grimbold and Associates, both Calgary firms. Nominations being sought for LCC board The Alberta department of education is seeking nominations for two vacancies on the Lethbridge Community Collega board of governors. The vacancies result from normal ending of terms of existing members of the board, and similar nominations are sought for the other five provincial community colleges. Appointments are normally for a three-year period, commencing July 1, 1971. Nominations should provide pertinent information concerning the nominee's background and qualifications, and tin submission deadline is March 31. .Nominations may be sent to The Chairman, Alberta Colleges Commission, Suite, 600, Devonian Bldg., Edmonton. Dancers open event on Tuesday Highland and Irish, tap and stage dancing will take the spotlight Tuesday morning for the opening two days of the Alberta Dance Festival at the Yates Memorial Centre. About 900 entries, nearly the same as last year's number, have registered for die five-day event, which concludes Saturday night with festival highlights and the presentation of awards'. Classes, all open to the public, start at 8 a.m. and run through to as late as midnight Tuesday through Friday. Ballet competitions begin Thursday morning. Competitions Saturday run 9 a.m. to about S p.m. Approximately 40 scholarships, trophies and medals' will be presented to top-rated students in all dance categories. Judging of classes will be carried out by Gwenneth Lloyd, ballet, Brian Foley, tap and stage, and Sandra Bald Jones, Irish and Highland. Among the schools' represented at the festival will be three from Lethbridge: those operated by Romola Ully, Sandra Moline and Muriel Jolliffe. The festival, attracting competitors from across the province, is sponsored by the Lethbridge Gyro Club and the Lethbridge Ballet Auxiliary. liberal arts discussion at university Liberal Arts and the University will be the subject of the third University of Lethbridge free university session Tuesday at 8 p.m. The session, held in the U of L Science Building lecture theatre, features Peter Hunt, a teacher at Catholic Central High School. All sessions of the free university are open to the public. Moderator is Alex Harper, of the Lethbridge Research Station. The theme of this' year's discussions is Higher Education: Myth, Reality and Hope. NEW COFFEEHOUSE-LetbbridgeY newest coffeehouse, of th* Sbuthminster ChurcK Hall, 10th Ave. and 4th St. The Crimson Cove, presented the three-mart The Vocal Minority this weekend during its regular four-hour Saturday night presentation. The Minority, one of many groups which have appeared since the coffeehouse opened in late January, comprises Don Flaig, 17 (left), Dave Mann 17^ and Rob Linton, 17 Situated in the basement S, The Crimson Cove has been a "tremendous success, well beyond our expectations," says Don Doram, director of the church's Christian education program, the house seats about 125 and is open every Saturday, 7:30 - 11:30 p.m. Caravan Exhibits plan local visit The Alberta Caravan Exhibits, consisting of five trailers exhibiting items on cultural, educational and historical themes, will visit Lethbridge March 17 to April 1. The trailers, to be situated on five school grounds, will be open to the public. There is no admission charge. The Alberta Caravan Exhibits, sponsored by a Calgary-based, private, non-profit or- Noon-hour recital March 16 The third noon-hour recital of the Spring Semester Series, to be held March 16, will feature Dr. Kenneth Hicken, assistant professor of music, discussing the tonal organization in the Introduction and Theme of Schoenberg's Variations for Orchestra. The recital will be held in Room HC of the classroom building on the University of Lethbridge campus. ganization, comprises trailers from the Banff School of Fine Arts, Glenbow-Alberta Institute, University of Calgary and the Riveredge Foundation.. The two Glenbow-Alberta trailers will deal with the western pioneer and Indian culture. The U of C trailer illustrates life on campus. The exhibit by the Riveredge Foundation features wildlife specimens from its natural history collection; and the Banff School trailer displays1 the cultural activities available at the school. The entire caravan, with one power traveler, will visit: Central School grounds, March 17-21; Senator Buchanan School, March 22-24; Wilson Junior High, March 25 and 26, Gilbert Paterson School, March 28-30; and Lakeview School, April 1. Life-long miner dies Jesse Watson, 68, a life-long coal miner of Lethbridge, died Sunday. Mr. Watson worked in the No. 3, No. 6 and No. 8 coal mines! Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros'. Funeral Chapels are in charge of arrangements. Labor to join pollution fight An active participation by labor in the fight against pollution may "cost us some jobs" but it is necessary, George Home said at the closing banquet Saturday for the Lethbridge and District Labor Council education institute. Mr. Home is political education director for the Canadian Labor Congress. He said pollution control starts with "you and I" and one important role the labor councils in Canada can play is to join all the anti-pollution groups active in the various communities. These groups who are fighting pollution will suffer from a propaganda campaign by people who don't realize the dan- ger of pollution. Labor can help, he said. There are several don'ts individuals can follow to help in the fight, including: don't litter highways; don't use colored facial tissue; don't throw cigarette filters down the toilet; and don't use the car unnecessarily. He said the labor movement has begun to stress pollution a n d in the 70s, it will become one of the major issues in collective bargaining. "Workers want some say in their industries which will allow them to help in the fight against pollution. "One of the important points of the grape workers' strike in California was the workers wish to have some say in the amount of pesticides used by the growers. "The steel workers, oil, chemical and atomic workers and pulp and paper workers unions are actively working toward the same type of result." He said the responsibility of provincial government is high in the fight. Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario are the only provinces to form environmental councils. The federal government is starting to pass legislation to fight pollution. This is good but the action is too late. Pollution is now an international problem. When It Comes To Being Beautiful . . . Half The Fun Is Learning How! learn How . . . Easily, Delightfully . . . With Our Compliments. MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE MALL - 328-1525 "Home of the Personal Beauty Plan" 327-2151 Now For Your FREE Trial Visit & Figure Analysis I $O00 4 month complete program , TM GUARANTEED neg. T.M. IP YOU AM A DRESS SIZC KSJKi 14 you CAN be A Hit 10 BY April  Feil to rtetfve ! YOU CAN BE A SIH 13 BY April 1J tht rMultl liWfd, IB you CAN be A SIZI 14 BY April II E. p. 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