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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta JO IITHMIDGI HIKAID Gordon V of L has college book published By JIM WILSON Herald Education Writer In the midst of the current outcnover a lack of Cana dianwritten and published text and reference Gordon Campbell of the University of Lethbndge has produced the first book ever written about the community college move ment in The Community Col leges in was published by Ryerson the former Canadian publishing house now owned by of the United Community Colleges in Can ada outlines and analyzes the various forms colleges take in Canadas 10 and pro vides a complete and compre hensive listing of each its general fi marily by Canadian universities and and by embassies and libraries in other There are more community college students in this country than there are university stu size and administra The book will be bought pri tions for additional community college research and an exten sive He said the Alberta college system is perhaps the best in and although Mount Royal College in Calgary was dents and the colleges are started in 1910 as a Methodist competing heavily for j operated commercial and mu an associate professor of education said in an there has been precious little research or plan Jdone in the college I hope the book will help point the He includes technical insti tutes and agricultural colleges under the blanket term com munity Campbell said plans are now underway for a second edition of the in revised form and printed in both French and As with the current it would contain a number of sugges Turin man heads county committee Bert Magyar of was elected chairman of Qie Leth bridge County Extension Advi sory Committee at its annual meeting held in Lsthbridge re Marvin Monarch was elected vice chairman and Noble of The purpose of the advisory committee is as a liaison group between the provincial depart ment of agriculture and the farm Its job is to relay information of interest to the farm community from the department and vice versa in submit ting individual ideas from Other members of the com mittee are Ivan Mutt TsuMshima and Rudy Habijanic of Mike How ard Walter Boras and Picture John Gerrit Lawrence and Elizabeth Jartman and Cal Al erta department of agricul Poultry group meeting set A general meeting of the Southern Alberta Poultry Coun cil will be held p at Ericksens Family Res The featured speaker at the meetmg will be Roger Canada department of agriculture research station Buckland will speak on new management techniques for commercial broiler and re placement FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE Exchange students schedule set Alderman Chichester chairman of the committee or anizing a student exchang program with Lethbridges twin uty of Quebec ias released details of the pro posed The group of 22 Lethbndg students is scheduled to leav June 25 for Laurent an return with the 22 Quebec stu July The group of 44 students wi spend time in Winni Banff and Lak Louise on their way to Let bridge from During a planned two wee stay in the city the 22 studen from Quebec will go camping visit the Nikka Yuko Centennia attend WhoopUp Day and take several side trips t district The Travel and Conventio Association of Southern Alber is arranging for local studen in the various communities along the way to meet with th The total budget for the tn is Each of the 44 st dents is to contribute th two sponsoring cities c the Lethbridge ommunity College was the irst real community college in e founded in was or anized loosely according to imior colleges in the United but without many of the aws the American institutions Campbell said Canadian colleges become more and more like their Am rican counterparts as one loves west from Quebec the institutions are re atively to British Co where they are fi anced through local taxation and must be affiliated with lo al school particularly since i ropped the local tax base with s new Colleges has one f the most advanced systems n the Camp jell Every board of governors ha faculty and stu ent and is co rdinated with other institu ions through a provincial col eges Campbell said commun ty colleges are becoming in cfeasingly important trainini where many stu lents are returning for specific education after they receive legrees from universities an discover the degree is not suf jcient to get them He said there is a distinc need for a transfer arrange ment between colleges and uni particularly designe to allow students to experimen with postsecondary education in the more intimate colleg while they mak career decisions which may o may not involve attending urn College courses thus take could be transferred then t universities if the student wanl He said LCC should have un versity transfer courses for th equivalent to the firs year at any Alberta university Combined with the LCC co lege and university preparatio Grade 12 the unive sity transfer courses would al allow students to finish Grad 12 and try out universit oriented studies at the sam He said community college mnrn im 1illf if gBJI time they must be cautious their direction of The concept that colleg are a d w a r f of a grander i the he Colleges institutions hi their own righ and should not aspire to come but inste should become excellent what they are designed to do Development zoning heme of ORRPC seminar partment of the secretary of state has been asked to contri bute a travel SWIFT ACTION A pcrpoises brain works so swiftly that a computer has been used to keep pace with THE LETHBRIDGE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Will Hold Its 82nd ANNUAL DINNER tit the il RANCHO CONVENTION CENTRE MARCH 23rd 7 Guest CLAUDE RYAN editor and publisher of Le Montreal Tickets avaiable at the lethbridge Chamber of Commerce office at per person A warm welcome is extended to surrounding Chamber members and their wives also the general to hij in which they Campbell said colleg should not be as th are in to stick to tw year although said most college cours Air masses mixing More snow likely Spring arrived Sunday Spring arrived Sun day Thats what the calendar As a matter of fact the official moment was Saturday Too bad it hadnt been It would have made good the term Frosty Friday A warm low pressure system moving eastward from the Pa cific is expected to cause more snow in southern Alberta late as it collides with the arctic high currently lying over the Since the high pressure sys tem arrived early inches of snow have fallen on of an inch water equivalent and temper ACHIIVEMENT AWARD Larry of Sunday received the Award for outstanding achievement I Junior The presenta tion was made by Donovan Alberta minister of lands and and donor of the annual whichhonors D Rosss Junior Forest Wardens work with all types of conservation an d Ross Award is presenred on a province wide Industrial course here this week A total of 35 delegates have registered for an industrial de velopment training course to be held Tuesday through Thursday in the El Rancho Mo tor Towns throughout Southern Alberta are The Sarcee and Blackfoot Indian reserves are sending a total of nine dele manager of the Indus rial development bank in should have no need of a thir or fourth He said substantiallymo research into community c lege functioning is needed in and suggested the es tablishment in Alberta of a na tional community college re search centre on a univer sity A daylong seminar sched duled for April 8 by the Old man River Regional Planning Commission is designed to aid in the implementation of de velopment control and zoning jylaws within the Erwin the commis ions executive said one aim of the seminar would e to train development officers and secretarytreasurers from he various communities1 in the application of the He also felt the seminar rould be useful to the com mission staff in exploring prob em areas in preparing new by One of the commissions func iions is to prepare the appropri ate bylaws to control growth and development in the Without a development con trol or zoning bylaw the only restraint placed on develop ment is through subdivision ap which are processed by the If a de velopment does not involve sub division of land and there is no control bylaw a person can build anything he some times with unfortunate side Adderley noted the case in which plans had been made to convert an abandoned rail way station into a dormitory a project that would not hav been appreciated by the neigh It is developments of thi he that make i necessary to have bylaws t protect the interests of th community occasionally the individual Control is also needed for th efficient allocation of resources he It is bad managemen to allow for example to scatter over a large area thereby increasing the cost o or the west This means tat no development can take within the annexed portion vithout an application being made and approved at city After the area has been oned a zoning bylaw such as Jie rest of the city has1 can be Most of the members of the lannmg commission now have ome type of control over de Adderley said all the original members have a general plan completed and all have a development control tiny hearing aid 5 Z70 is just one of 18 quality f Zpniih hearing aids of tnsm migni he just ngnt or you At no testhear O a Zenith hearing aid Zenith hearings aids are priced from he Control can be achieve through a development contn bylaw or a zoning Th former is a kind of temporar measure used until a genera plan has been drawn up o which to base the zoning bylaw for ha a development control byla ir zoning Of the new members who have joined since only two urban and four rural mem bers have not asked the com mission to prepare a bylaw for 0 the communities over 400 only Courts has no control Adderley said the com mission has been recommend ing the idea of control for some but the option rests en tirely with the individual com He said control on a regional basis may come through a pre liminary regional plan that is being prepared and which is to be ready by Cosponsored by the federal department of regional econ omic expansion and the pro vincial department of industry and the course is de signed to provide training in industrial development prac tices and It will cover such topics as the role of the community in industrial inter nal promotion and industria Course leaders include W professor of economics at the University of Calgary Pettigrew of the depart ment of regional economic ex pansion in Ottawa and F CORRECTION Tha Item TREWAX that In Hoyrt North cd of March 18th should read TRUWAX For hordwood nnd linoleum The perfect cleaning wax guarantees a hard safe long lotting A quality Truwax QUARTS ONLY Bernard Fox president of Indian group The first annual convention of the Alberta Tribal Em ployees Association was held in Edmonton Saturday with two members of the Blood Indian Reserve elected to posts on the Bernard Fox was elected president of the association and Les Healy was named to the board of The association was set up to help all employees of tribal administrations to im prove their skills and educa tion so they can do a better job for their said Ed Blood Reserve band SPRING CLEANING Get rid of all that accumulation thats creating a fin hazard in your attic or CALL THE SALVATION ARMY at 3282860 and well your discards to help HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING Hot Seat program here The Napi Asso ciation Hot Seat program will move to the Lethbridge Friend ship Centre Wednesday at S p j for a special panel discussion j on the black minority in Canj ada i i Moderator Peter director of the saifl j several pertinent questions will j be brought including what i is it like to be a black man in i Canada does the black man i relate to the red man and vice j and do the entertain ment industry and the mass media reflect the me image 1 of the black man to the i The Hot Scat program was started about one year ago It i is aimed at public I through audience participation LEISTERS MUSIC Paramount Thsatre IETHBRIDGE Cadet news The RCSCC Chinook Sea Ca dets will parade aboard ship at 10th and 17th at New recruits between the ages of 13 and 18 ycari are Attention Legionnaires GENERAL STEWART BRANCH 4 ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION SUPPER AND GENERAL MEETING March 23rd MEMORIAL HALL This is members night and all members are requested to bring a prospec tive member along to the supper and The cost of the supper is per There will be two guest speakers who wi talk on very interesting and dif ferent We are sure they will hold your It is quite a number of years since the branch had a gettogether of this nature and we hope you will take this opportunity to attend this supper meeting and participate in the affairs of the bran ch and at the same time show our guests how the Legion conducts its You can be assured of a most sincere welcome and an interesting and in structive meeting and We will look forward to seeing you and your guests at the Dont forget to mark your calendar for this most important Please inform the legion Office at 3276644 of your intention to This nformation is important for catering MARCH 23 MARCH 23 MARCH 23 atures have been somewhat less than Tile high and low tempera tures Sunday were 17 above and nine The tempera tures one war ago were 49 above and 19 above respective ly The high today should be near 20 with the over night low sulking down to about Temperatmes Tuesday will be slightly warmer as the area comes under the influence of the Pacific Winds will be from the south east at about 20 switching to westerly The record temperatures for March 22 are 72 above set in and 14 below set in ;