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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Security row brews in Britain Wedneidny, March 15, T977-1HE IETHBRIDGE HERMO-21 LONDON (Rculcr) A major security row looms fol- lowing Ihc jailing of a naval torpodo expert who sold to the Russians secrets described in court as "almost beyond price." Sub-Lt. David Bingliam, 32, received a 21-year jail sentence after pleading guilty to 12 charges under the Official Se- crets Act. Sir Peler Hawlinson, prose- cuting attorney, said Bingham traded information about ship movements, naval intelligence, anti-submarine equipment and nuclear depth-bombing mate- rial. The judge described (he dam- ago Bingham had done to Brit- ain's interest as "incalculable.'' Diplomatic observers said the case had caused friction be- tween Britain and the United States who regularly exchanged intelligence and weapons se- crets, some of which could have been involved. WAY JNVOL.VK SONAR The Royal Navy's sonar and underwater detection techniques are regarded as the finest in the gets 21 years world and these too seldom LIEUT. lilNGIIAM ikely to have been involved. Bingham also had access to details of the British-developed Seven perish in Quo. J'ire GRENVILLE, Que. (CP) Mrs. Omer Laporte and six of her eight children died when fire destroyed thior frame home here. The dead children ranged in age from eight monltis to seven years. Their mother was about 30. Mr. Laporie had left home earlier in the morning to his job clearing brush near Stc. Scholaslique, Que. JETS COLLIDE MADRID (Reuter) Two U.S. Air Force Phantom jets collided in mid-air over Zara- poza province in northern Spain Tuesday, killing Ihe two pilots, the Spanish news agency Eu- ropa Press reported. atomic depth charge that would be used by the Royal Navy in attacks on submarines and the secret worldwide assessments of naval strength and equip- ment. He may also have blown the cover of intelligence sources abroad, the observers said. Mrs. Bingham, mother of four children, collapsed in court when she heard her husband sentenced. Later she said she had been responsible for making contact with the Itussians. She said they had found it difficult to live on her husband's naval pay, particularly after he got his commission. Shot in head FAUST (CP) William John Prince of the Sucker Creek Reserve, was killed in an accidental shooting in this area 140 miles northwest of Edmon- ton. RCMP said the man was shot in tile head. They said a man was held in custody several hours, then re- leased. No charges were laid and none were contemplated. LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ARCHERY BARBECUING FOR MEN DEFENSIVE DRIVING FLY FISHING GOIF INSTRUCTION........... HAfRSTYLfNG COURSE FOR WOMEN ARCHERY This course will include: Selection ond Care of Equipment, Techniques and Participalron, Contest Rules and Safely. A major porlfan of ihe time will be devoted to the development ond im- prove men I of shoeing skill. (Equip- ment and supplies provided with tlin course.) 10 Mondays beginning March 20, 1972. p.m. FEE: BARBECUING-Far Men Enjoy the fun of summer cootroufs by faking this excilinq ]t covers mcri nates, marinating, borbecuina, frying, spices and herbs. Salads to oc- accompcny meaf dishes will also be prepared. The cuts of meal, and ihefr proper preparation will be in- cluded- PcrV, chicken nnd bar- becuing be part of ench week's prooorolion nnH din inn. 5 Mondays beginning April 10, 1972. p m. '5 WrHnriHny honinning April 12, 1972. p.m. FEF: DEFENSIVE DRIVING How ore your ci'ivina bob its Defen- sive drivrnrj is the pj-of essionaJ 'kill I hat shohM must be orccllf ed by every licensed motorist if we are to reduce fho number of trcfflr accT- derHs thnt orrur each year. For a period oF eight hours (four, Iwo-hour sessions! qroups of licensed, cxoer- lenced, private motorists wl-o want to improve their drmna skil'j are ex- posed to techniques of defensive driving. Suhfocls rn be covered include: Preventability of Molar Vehicle Ac- ridents Princmles of Defensive Drivinn Stations of the Crash Standard Accident Prevention Prevention of Run-Off-Road Accidents Driving trto Exoressways Racking, Fixed Ob j eel and Grade Crossing Accidents Alcohol. Drugs and Drivina Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Successful participants wlfl receive a walloj which will qive merit noints under he Alberta Driver Pro- gram, and may qualify for reduced premiums in auto insurance. 4 Thurscfaui beginning April 6, 1972, p.m. FEEr LIMITED TO 25 APPLICATIONS FLY FISHING A shorl course on the intricacies for the novice. The selection of equipment, demonstrations, and practice rn the mechanics of lly casting, falje casting, role casting, parallel casting and others, together wilh c brief sludy of artificial (lies ond when lo use them. Students should bring present equip- menl, if any, to first class. 6 Tuesdays beginning April 18, 1972. p.m. FEE; HOME GARDENING AND LANDSCAPING Wan I to know how lo beaulily your garden and care for it properly? Here is tho course for you. This course is !he guide to a more beautiful garden ond yard by considering some of the problems associated with gardening. Care and treatment of irees, shrubs, flowers, gross, etc., covering every- ithiny from .pruning to the type of fertilizer Jo use for each variety of garden plan. Topics such os Irons- planting, spraying and the of frees, shrubs and (lowers beit for this area ore dealt with in depth. 5 Wednesdays beginning March 22, 1972 p.m. FEE NOW OFFERING QGRAM SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION HOME GARDENING ond LANDSCAPING LAPIDARY LINGERIE SEWING............ NATURAl HISTORY OF SOUTH ALTA. ON-SHORE SAfUNG COURSE SEWING WITH KNIT FABRICS GOLF INSTRUCTION (Learn the sport for all ages. Under (he direclion of competent instructors slu- dens will be taught the basic funda- mentals of tha game. Time will bn given in each lesson for practice. Special instruction at the goff course will be added benefit of this program. iThe intermediate classes ore designed ior those students who are beyond the beginners stage, but who wish to Jimprove their knowledge and iron oul flaws in iheir game under guidance of a competent instructor. Time will be given for actual practice. LIMITED TO 1? STUDENTS PER SECTION 10 beginning March 21, 1972. Sec, A p.m. Sec, B 10 Wednesdays beginning April 12, 1972 Sec. C Sec. D Sec. E 10 Thursdays beginning April 13, 1972. Sec, F Sec. G Sec. H FEE: for each section. LAPIDARY learn the skill of cutting, polishing and engraving stones. Create beautiful or simply cultivate an inter- est in collecting and properly pre- serving stones. Recognition of stones, fossils, minerals arid others peculiar to this area ore discussed. 5 Tuesdays beginning April 11, 1972. p.m. FEE: (not including supplies) NATURAL HISTORY OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA lA study of the flora of the Rocky Moun- tains and Plains area of Southern Alberto. This course is intended for persons who share a fove of tho outdoors wilh a curiosity about nalive plants. Ob- jectives of ihe course are: to identify major plan! groups to study ihe plant characlerlslfcs of the and leom how to collect, preserve and mount various plants for study to learn how to arrange plants in c systematic fashion for s'udy Jo gain a belter appreciation of native p fonts in Alberta Course win include a field trip in Southern Alberto to sludy these plants, 5 Saturdays beginning April 29, 1972 noon. FEE: ON-SHORE SAILING COURSE Instruction suitable for all ages who would find sailing an interesting skill to develop. The course will include films, examples of different types of smaller bonfs, and basic instruction on: nautical terminology steps lo rigging and launching a boat care of a boot, sails and rigging basic manuvers (tack, coming about, docking, elc.) rips in buying, repairs and mainten- ance. 5 Wednesdays beginning March 29, 1972 p.m. FEE: SEWING KNITS FOR MEN and BOYS TYPING THEORY and PRACTICE..... ADVANCED WELDING ADVANCED GAS ADVANCED ELECTRIC ARC TYPING THEORY AND PRACTICE (non-credit) This course will offer ecch student ihe opportunity to learn 1he basic tech- niques as well ai the practice lime necessary for accurate typing as well cis the practice time necessary to reach a reasonable degree of proficiency. Some altention will be given to setting up business lelters, reports and other office forms. 5 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning March 28, 1972 p.m. FEE: KAIRSTYL1NG COURSE FOR WOMEN Learn how to otiractivolv style ond manage your own hair. This course is designed to train the student lo proper grooming of the hair as well as how lo set and comb out hcrir to create Ihe desired hair style. Enjoy new hair styles, by enrolling in this course and receiving hairstyling training under qualified instructors. Helpfuf tips on iKe care and handling of wigs will also be discussed. Section A 5 Tuesdays beginning April II, 1972. Section B 5 Thursday! beginning April 13, 1972. p.m. FEE; per section. SEWING WITH KNIT FABRICS This class will include a study of knit fabrics and how to sew wilh them. Topics to bo included in the class: drafting your own patterns for use svith knits thai will fit the individual figure demonstrations of stretch sewing and actual practice sewing garments by floss members articles to ne demonstrated will In- clude: skirts, slacks, shorts, T-shirts, pent tops and dresses, bathinp suits. MO Mondays beginning March 1972. p.m. FEE: LIMITED TO 16 REGISTRATIONS LINGERIE SEWING Learn ihe art of sewing wilh new fabrics. The course will include: a study of lingerie fabrics and how to treat and sew with them demonstrations of lingerie sewing and practice sewing of garments by students articles to be demonstrated will In- clude panlics, slips, girdles, night- gowns, peignoirs, robes and acces- sories. 6 Thursdays beginning April 13, 1972 7r30 p.m. FEE: UMiTED TO 16 REGISTRATIONS SEWING-KNITS FOR MEN AND BOYS This course includes instruction on how to sew with knit fabrics. Men's and boys' pants, sweaters, underwear, T-shirl va rial ions and drojs shirts. 4 Thursdays May 25th, '72. p.m. FEE: LIMITED TO To REGISTRATIONS ADVANCED WELDING This advanced course in welding is intended for I hose who have com- pleted the basic course or ifs equiva- lent. The course will deal with the welding of various joints, pipes, al- loys, standards and welding design. ADVANCED GAS 7 Saturdays beginning March 18, 1972 FEE: ADVANCED ELECTRIC ARC 7 Saturdays beginning March 13 1972 p.m. FEE: NOTE: Students who would like to learn busic or elementary weld- ing may enroll in these classes as Instructors required for most of these continuing education courses. Contact Director of Personnel Phone 215. For brochures and application forms Contact the School of Continuing Education Phone 327-2141-Extension 228 ORIGINATED IN ALBERTA FOR ALBERTA FAMILIES. ID-MONTH EFFECTIVE TILL SAL, MARCH 18 CLOSING CONTADJNA........................... 28-oi, li CONTADINA 28-oz. tins for RED TOP 16-oz. net wt. tins 24-oz, btls. IKS for LITRE DIPPER___15-or. for JACK AND Jilt .........48-oz. net wt. tin ,17 COFFEE PRI.DE..OF.A.RABI.A.... 88c MARGARINE 5 FACIAL TISSUE fNST. COFFEE iar 1.59 HEALTH and BEAUTY AIDS SHAMPOO 17.8I. M. 89c MOUTHWASH ;L BRAND... M. 79c FACE SOAP PROTEIN SHAMPOO 'L'.BRA7N0DI btl. 98c FROZEN FOOD FEATURES! BANQUET, Beef, Turkey, r-y Chicken 10-oz. AVCD PEPPERIDGE LATeK CAKES FARMS Each 69C L-MART CANNED GOODS FEATURES! PEAS, CORN, GREEN BEANS DEL MONTE FANCY 14-M. or, tint PEARS, PEACHES AUSTRAL FANCY 14-fI. or. tins SPAGHETTI, BEANS with PORK YORK 14-fl, 01. tint PEAS, CORN, WAX BEANS MORDEN MANOR STANDARD 14-fl. 01. tins CfHID TOMATO OR auur VEGETABIB AY1MSR....... 10-fl. 07. tins LUNCHEON MEAT JUBILEE I2.or. tin. 5, 4 1 6 1 3... 1 RED OR BLUE BRAND BEEF or ROUND BONE SHOULDER ROASTS RED OR BLUE BRAND BEEF ROASTS 59' 99' SWEET AND JUICY TEXAS GROWN RED OR WHITE GRAPEFRUIT 1298 iUNKEST ORANGES 4? 98 Daily Savings i Tremendous Selection t Top Quality Meats and Produce ;