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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE tEIKBRIDGE HERALD March 1971 if OTTAWA CP RCMP offi cers ar getting a annual pay increase this it was announced An interim increase of a year was announced for all ALL POINTS QUIET AS TRUCE ENDS No action was reported Sunday as the sevenmonthlong Middle East ceasefire came to an official although both Arab and Israeli combat forces remained on Dark area shews territory occupied by Israel prior to the 1967 with shaded areas indicating territory occupied by Israel after being taken from Arab nations during that pay hike for RCMP brass For about in creases are to from 450 to from The corporals rise into range from ranks A general increase he range froi the government said will work About 950 se out to five per cent will be added April 1 to the paycheques of the more than Moua Added the increases mean a year for about 280 offi cers ranging in rank from sub inipector to assistant commis The 13 assistant commission ers jump to in April from their 1970 level of For 27 chief income jumps to a year from For 52 superin the range rises to from FOR INSPECTORS About 192 inspectors and sub inspectors also rise inspectors to a maximum n subinspectors to a max imum of g0 to from Sergeantmajors and staff ser geants rise to from while corps sergeantma jors go to from RCMP Commissioner Higgiit and his two deputy com missioners are appointed by the government and arent covered by pay Cold prices LONDON AP Tuesdays closing gold prices in dot lais an ounce London Paris Frankfurt Zurich Hong Kong Beirut a kilo breakup feared over marriage scheme MOSHE DAYAN Started it Bake sale set SPARWOOD HNS Mi chaels Catholic Womens League is planning a tea and bake sale lor May 8 from 2 to 4 p A social evening will be j held the same date at 9 JERUSALEM A P n a move which threatens to break up Israels coalition govern Defence Minister Moshe Dayan was reported Tuesday to have proposed amending the countrys religious marriage code to allow illegitimate per sons to This would be revolutionary in where the synagogue conducts all Dayans action was reported by the n e w s p a p e r Haaretz which said it was confirmed by an authoratitive It said the proposal is being opposed by the National Eeligious a key partner in Premier Golda Meirs coalition The it is says it will quit the cabinet if legisla tion is formulated which con travenes the the five books of Moses of the Old Testa ment from which much of ortho dox Jewish law Haaretz said the hero of the 1967 war against the took up the case of a Jewish woman and her two both of whom were de clared illegitimate by a rabbini cal court because they were the offspring of a bigamous mar WROTE TO DAYAN The young men wrote to Dayan of their desire to citing their record of service in the Israeli The minister two months ago raised the issue in the govern He proposed that in such cases where persons are de clared illegitimate and not eligi ble for a Jewish religious mar the government should create provisions for civil wed If the government were to adopt Dayans it would invite challenges in other similiar areas of contested reli gious One observer put it this way Dayan is doing what someone will have to do some This is likely to be the great show down between religious and sec ular leaders that we all know must Visit UBC NATAL HNS Students John Seremba and Lori Wo both of Grade attend ed an orientation tour of the University of British Columbia representing the Spanvood sec ondary FIVE FABUUOUS SINGER SEWING MACHINES ON SALE NOW From Model 217 at to the topofme 750 Golden Touch Sew with Monaco cabinet at 00 of f Theres the exact Singer Sewing Ma chine you want at the saving you need See Model reduced to S159 88 Model cut to Model reduced from to All Singer Sewing All great buys at your Singer SINGER SCISSORS SHEARS 20 OFF 16 different kinds from embroi dery to iailor sizes Precision cutting Comfortable fit For merly 25 to 98 Sale 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price SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPRING PROGRAM 1971 SINGER CENTERS COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL Open Daily 9 to 6 Wednesday 9 to 1 Thurs day and 9 to 9 TELEPHONE BUSINESS PROGRAM TYPING THEORY AND PRACTICE The course will offer each student the opportunity to leorn the basic techniques necessary for accurate typing as welt as the practice time necessary to reach a reason able degree of Some attention wil be given to setting up business reports and other office 5 Tuesdays and Thursdays Beginning March 1971 Fee plus text This is a course designed for those who have basic typing skill and who are locking for employment The course will include some how to meet the answering the simple record filing and general office A sound background in English is 6 Tuesdays beginning March 1971 Fee plus filing kit BOOKKEEPING FOR SMALL BUSINESS This course has been prepared for and others who do the bookkeeping in small business but who have not had previous Its purpose is to provide the fundamentals of bookkeeping as well as assist the aporaise the present accounting system and make improvements where The ultimate objective is to establish a sound knowledge of financial Bookkeeping is taught with the use of visual aids and encourages discussion of points during the 7 Mondays and Wednesdays beginning March 1971 Fee plus text and supplies BUSINESS MACHINES An Introductory course on the operation of adding printing rotary electronic calculators and bookkeeping Practice time is pro vided for each Some introduction to electronic data processing will be 6 Wednesdays beginning March 1971 Fee BASIC PRINCIPLES OF SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT This short course developed by the American Manage ment Association develops a series of topics through the multimedia approach with programmed materials and Topics to be covered include Management the Conference Decision Motjvaiing Communications in Manage Limited to 25 persons 10 Mondays beginning March 1971 Fee text and supplies Included SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT COURSE PART II LEADERSHIP SKILLS This short course developed by the American Manage ment is the followup of Basic Principles of Supervisory The course develops a series of topics through the multimedia approach with pro grammed materials and The session includes discussion on The Nature of Leadership Knowing Your Employees Individual Differences Understanding Personality and Behavior Improving ThreeWay Communications Maintaining effective Discipline Handling Complaints and Grievances Guiding and Developing Employees Building Job Satisfaction and Morale 10 Wednesdays beginning March 1971 Fee EFFECTIVE SUPERVISIONHuman Relations This course has been designed to help the supervisor to deal effectively with his problems in the area of Per sonnel The basic theme of the course is that far profif maxi all persons working in a business must work as a The ten sessions include Understanding People Selection and Induction Training Employees Developing ond Morale Elements of Wage and Salary Administration Effective Communications Appraising Employee Performance Discipline and Corrective Action Understanding the Collective Agreement Planning and Organizing for Results 10 Tuesdays beginning March 1971 Fee SPECIAL NOTE Horsemanship Courses will be offered again this sum Telephone 327214 or watch the Lethbridge Herald for further GENERAL INTEREST PROGRAM BARBECUING FOR MEN Hitfun of hv this pscihnq It borbe spices and Salads In accompany these meat dishes will also be prepared The cuK of and their proper preparation will be chicken and beef barbecuing will be part of each weeks pre paiation and 5 Wednesdays beginning April 1971 00 p Fee EXPECTANT PARENT CLASSES Designed to prepare parents for the dignified satis lying childbirth experience Inslruclion to remove fears ond apprehension by explaining the birth process and giving detailed information on labor and de Classes consist of educational and group discussions that help parents to under stand the changes taking place during the development of the unborn what happens during labor and Exercises and breathing techniques arc taught which rpdurr discomfort durmq labor and possibly lessen the need for hasten postpartem recovery and give baby a good t Tuesdays beginning March 1971 9 00 p NB covers both husband and wife COIF INSTRUCTIONBeginners learn to hit the ball under the guidance of a competent This is on activity program for those who wish to learn the basic fundamentals of the Time will bl given for actual Registrations limited to twelve 10 Wednesdays beginning March 1971 SECTION A SECTION B SECTION C 10 Thundayi beginning March 1971 SECTION D 700 SECTION E Fee for each section GOLF INSTRUCTIONlntermediates Designed for those who are beyond the beginners but who wish to improve their knowledge and iron out flaws in the game under the guidance of a competent Time will be given for actual Registrations limited to twelve 10 Thursdays begining March 1971 SECTION F Fee FLOWER ARRANGING Learn to make flower arrangements with different flowers and color to make table corsages and artificial flower 5 Wednesdays beginning March 1971 Fee includes the cost of materials used FLY FISHING A short course on the intricacies for the The selection of demonstrations and practice In the mechanics of fly false roll paralie casting and together with a brief study of artificial flies and when to use Students should bring present if to first 6 Tuesdays beginning March 1971 Fee ADVANCED WELDING This advanced course In welding is Intended for thosl who have completed the basic course or its equivalent Thu course will deal with the welding of various standards and welding ADVANCED GAS 10 Wednesdays beginning March 1971 Fee ADVANCED ELECTRIC ARC 10 Wednesdays beginning March 1971 00 Fee N Students who would like to learn Basic or Ele mentary Welding may enrol in these classes as SEWING PROGRAM Sewing programs are offered at four different The series is structured to provide a continuous but each registrant is free to select the level at which feels she will profit The Bishop Method Is used in sewing BEGINNERS SEWING This section is designed for those who have not sewn before Projects to be done during the ten lessons will elude an a collarless dress with zipper and a lined Emphasis here will be placed on the basic techniques used in stitching and Joining any Maximum of 16 enrolment 10 Mondays beginning March 1971 Fee BASIC SEWING Designed for those who have completed a Beginners Sewing course and also those who hove done some sewing A dress is underlined and a shirtdress or buttoned blouse with a collar are The benefits of underlin ing are discussed and help is given in pattern Collars and machinemade buttonholes in a series are used in the second Maximum of 16 enrolment 10 Wednesdays beginning March 1971 Fee INTERMEDIATE SEWING Designed for those who have satisfactorily completed Basic Sewing or its Emphasis is placed on alter ing a basic dress pattern so that it might fit the individual to The alterations made are then used in a pat tern of the students choice for the sewing of a more diffi cult Bound and a proper seam finishes are included in the Maximum of 16 enrolment 10 Wednesdays beginning March 1971 Fee LINGERIE SEWING The class will comprise study of lingerie fabrics and how to treat and sew with them of lingerie sewing and actual sewing of garments by students to be demonstrated include accessories and bathing Maximum of 16 enrolment 8 Mondays beginning March 1971 Fee SEWING WITH KNIT FABRICS The class will comprise study of knit fabrics and how to treat them and sew with them your own patterns for use with knits that will tit the individual figure of stretch sewing and actual sewing of garments by students to be demonstrated orr I pnni lops ond dresses for adulK nnd Maximum of 16 enrolment 10 Tuesdays beginning March 1971 Fee APPLICATION FORMplcoe lhls form I rirruvniiwii i ontj rcturn n to SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION I Lethbridge Community College I I Alberta I I Mr I NAME Miss I TEtEPHONE NUMBER OCCUPATION I COURSE DATE OF ADDRESS COURSE BEGINS FEE I Fees are due and payable on or before opening nighl of the ;