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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THE lElHtHIDGt HIKAID March 71 Full food service program available at ICC this tall The Lethbridge Community i College food services depart ment will offer the complete two years of a commercial food senices cooking program this The LCC board of governors Tuesday approved a submis sion from Verlin execu tive chef of the which outlines the twoyear course in commercial cooking and food preparation College President Stewart said approval for the program was the responsibility Seek scholarships The Lethbridge Community College scholarships commit tee is still seeking 11 scholar says a report submitted to the LCC board of governors Tuesday The committee had original ly set itself the goal of several scholarships in each LCC and have found donors for all awards needed in busi ness The school of nursing still needs one major award 5300 as does the school of The school of liberal educa tion seeks a major award and two minor awards of in journalism ard radio The school of technicalvoca tional education needs a 5300 award for its top 100 awards in automotive and in meat and 550 awards in electrical appliances and The board will lend its sup port to an increased campaign to find and said it hopes the future scholarship awards it receives can be made permanent so they will be repeated each Most of the awards will be made at the Convocation cere monies or at a special awards Chairman of the scholar ships committee is Mont PCs book Homer for Taber meeting Hugh Conserva tive house leader in the Alberta legislature and MLA for Lac will be the featured speaker at the annual meeting of the Taber Warner Progres sive Conservative Association on With Taber Warner Pro gressive Conservative candi date Robert Bogle of Milk Kiver in the gath ering starts with registration and a coffee party at the Taber Civic Centre from 1 to From to therell be a southern Alberta candidates along with the annual At Knapp president of the Alberta Pro gressive Conservative Womens will preside over a tea for the Six to 7 will be a socia with the annual dinner grafting at 7 followed bj Hugh Horners ThL will be followed by a social anf dance with an open invitatio to anyone who wishes to attend Tickets are available from Norman Long of Ear Foxall of Robert Bogle of Milk River and Mi chael Albrecht of March out like a lamb If you hear a strange whim pering sound at your door to night dont it is only the month of March March was a rare spring visited southern Alberta at least four but didnt bother to stay around very The longest spring visit was seven From March 8 to March 15 we had tempera tures in the high 40 degree We also had temperatures of 11 below zero on March 1 and nine below on March The high temperature for March was 56 record CARPET and UNO Complete Installations Free Estimates No Obligation PHONE 3278578 CAPITOL FURNITURE The Carpet House of ttia South ed on March 29 the lowes was on March Is 11 below The cold arctic air which ha dumped snow on central A berta arrived in Lethbridge be tween noon and 2 Tues day overnight the Lethbridg area received three quarte of an inch of which about inches of precipit Todays high temperatur should reach 30 b the low could reach five or degrees as the new warm comes east and brings clearir Thursdays high temperate is expected to reach the 35 40degree The high temperature recor ed March 31 was 76 degrees 1906 and tiie low was 8 degree in of the and the Alberta I colleges commission need not be The college has already been offering a oneyear course in the same He also said the Alberta ad visory committee for the cook to the Alberta ap prenticeship has gen erally been cchoperative in similar programs at technical institutes in Calgary and Ed In both the advisory mmittee reduces the length time required for receipt of urneyman papers consider ly for students completing e twoyear Prospective journeymen with eir diplomas can indenture emselves for 12 months or ork fulltime for six llowing and are en allowed to write their urneyman The new course will provide aining in preparation of Ca adian providing food ith eye and the fi antial and economic aspects commercial Specific courses will include ctual sanita on and business food parti cipation in the annual College ood short order cook cooking specialties and ood Eight to 10 hours a week is pent by each student assist ing in the operation the LCC afeteria and coffee pro iding on the job practical raining to students in the pro The board also decided to ap ly again to the Alberta col eges commission for permis ion to operate a twoyear bak ing The board applied for the program several years and the results Stew art that one arm of the commission approved con struction of all the facilities and installation of all the equipment for the while the other arm of the commission told us we couldnt offer the The college board hopes the new application will settle the commissions so the wmmercial baking program could be offered in conjunction with other foods courses avail Garrison officers elected Officers of the Lethbridge Garrison Association were re jected at the annual general meeting held in the Lethbridge Cook was return ed as president along with Ainscough vice reasurer and Murray The entertainment commit tee comprises Ira Sqdn Ken FO Dick Rigelhof and Roy Members of the membership committee are A Jacob T George Marshall and Next social the form of which is to be an nounced will be held April Serving and retired officers of the three armed forces are eligible for membership in the SPRING SING Spring Sing is Sunday and the Anne Campbell Singers have been putting the polish on numbers for the annual The program starts at in the Yates Memorial The evening will also fea ture the Teen Clefs and the Winston Churchill High School directed by Willie Tickets for the show are available at ETV meeting The annual meeting of the Southern Educational Television Association will be held in the lecture theatre of Catholic Cen tral High School at 7 April To grow or not to grow that is the question It was also his opinion that 1 cause the altitude of coopera i you already existed m southern Hireastuclenl given The Lethbridge Community College board of governors has authorized contribution of to the Lethbridge hireastu dent Hireastudent will seek to find jobs through the Canada Manpower Centre and exten sive advertising and employer visitations for several thousand southern Alberta students this It is a joint campaign of the Lethbridge and Canadian Chamber of Commerce and educational and other By HERB JOHNSON Herald Staff Writer With problems in Canadas a r g e r cities reaching what tave been termed almost unmanage able thbridge citizens appear to lave some reservations about he citys continued The federal government report Urban Canada Probems and Prospects that called attention to the severity and extent of the problems in jigger cities has not yet received much public jut its message appears to already be a familiar one to was to get some public reaction to an idea brought out at a recent planning seminar in Medicine Hat by Erwin executive director of the Dldman River Regional Planrung Adderley said that assuming it was desirable to limit the size of an alternative to unlimited growth could be a regional approach under which basic services and amenities could be shared by a system of smaller each between and In this the services was also ms opinion mm 1 1 the plan provided a better than satellite populaion centres grouped around one major city a recommendation of the federal Reaction from those surveyed was largely on tie question of About 50 per cent of those questioned volunteered the opinion that travelling 20 or 30 miles to one of the smaller towns to take advantage of one of the services provided there would be a major stumbling About 20 per cent thought most people would not mind paying that require in todays of price in order to keep A telephone survey conducted by The Herald got more than a few unsolicited negative comments regarding life in both Edmonton and Calgaiy and complete agreement that Lethbridge was an ideal size for could be provided but not one centre would grow to unmanageable One problem might be although it was Adderleys opinion that the highway system could accommodate the necessary amount a small There was general agreement that surrounding towns should not be allowed to die out and should be given some kind of On the comments reflected Adderleys contention that the regional ap One of the purposes of had great potential be r 1 Lang says wzu cnam PCs will upset Socreds SPRING WIG SALE April 3rd By ROB TURNER Herald Staff Writer The Progressive Conserva tive Party has a 6050 chance of forming the next govern ment of Alberta according to Larry PC candidate for the Cardston riding in the next provincial In an interview Lang said he expects Premier Strom to call the election for June a Asked about speculation in some quarters that the pre mier will not call an election ONE TABIE OF DISCONTINUED LINES CLEARING NOW until next year because of sev eral political problems the So cial Credit Party is currently Lang He said he believes the govern ment has a tactical commit ment to call the election this The Socreds brought down an election year budget this a budget they wouldnt dare repeat in 1972 or every hospital and school board and municipal government in the province would attempt to lynch Truck damaged Although he believes the main base of discontentment is among urban Lang added he believes that many rural citizens are se riously reassessing the job the provincial agriculture depart ment is doing for There will be 75 seats up for grabs in the next 10 of them being contested for the first These ten seats were recently added to the leg islature through redistribution Most of them are located in urban Limiting growth also got some support from those ques They were simply asked what they felt about the citys without excep said it was about About 25 per cent volunteered he opinion that if the city grew oo much larger they would ser iously consider A typical comment came from Joan who has lived in the city four Puckett said Lethbridge was large enough to have the amenities one expected in a but still small enough to retain a sense of She suggested this which allowed free movemenl between social woulc be lost as the city climbed over the The citys population is about at Shorty who has lived here for 23 said he wouldnt live in Edmonton or Calgary on a but at th same time felt Lethbridge couli use a few more tall buildings articularly down town Uong Mayor Magrath Drive This type of development wouli be preferable to car b Puckett decried the de velopment of the pre fering the town atmospher it had in earlier days Both o ered the comment that the city lould make efforts to retain of the older oth mentioned Central School as one building that should be even though it meant ome expense to the Trees and parks were most requently along vith the lack of traffic prob as one of the most at ractive features of the Puckett noted that trees were a symptom of how people elt about the way in which they As long as there are she people have managed to resist the mechan cal robot approach to urban iving that is a part of the con crete and glass environment n larger Lethbridges bad points ap jear to be Mentioned rare the smell of the stock the housing situation and ne About half of those surveyed indicated that if they could live anywhere in the entire they would stay right ibout The INVISIBLE OCAL LENS JLTILUX PRISCR1PTION The London look is here INTRODUCING THE MIDI SHAGGY Regular 3 95 Special An estimated damage but no injuries resulted when a city electrical department i track slipped on soft earth on I the access road to the new northside sewage treatment plant and came to rest in the bottom of a coulee shortly after 2 The truck was removed with he aid of a winch equipped truck later Monday Canadian Woman our most versatile Woor Synthetic Stretchy SPRING SALE SPECIAL by Aristocrat 441 Shoppers World PHONE 3282566 Cadet news The Navy League Cadet Corps 50 will parade aboard the ship at Kith Avc and 17th this evening at 645 This is a must parade for all officers and There will be a captains in New recruits between the ages of 11 and 13 years are welcome to Commencing Aprii 1971 CITY HALL OFFICE HOURS Will be from 800 to 1hU will be effective until after which dale office hourl will be from o m to 5 00 p Hard of Hearing See The New DISCREET available at EATONs HEARING AID CENTRE Stereo Floor MATHESON OUR CERTIFIED HEARING AID AUDIOtOGIST Will be in LETHBRIDGE Matheion April 1st 10 till 5 You wont believe your eyes or ears when you hear and see the Discreet by The most natural sounding eyeglass hearing aid we have ever Gone forever it artificial No cost or Come call or write EATONS HEARING CENTRE Second Floor Dial 3278551 An Invitation from The University of Lethbridge to the people of Lethbridge and southern Alberta Visit the campus April 4 and attend these two special events International Festival MUSIC and SONG Featuring folk dances and songs of t h e Yugoslas as well as the University Choir and a qroup of native Canadian Location Kate Andrews Gymnasium And Open House A of many excellent art works produced by art and the John Olson showing In the Gallery Location The Art Department Building formerly Fort WhoopUp APRIL 4 These events ore sponsored for enjoyment of the of the and are presented free of e ;