Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 THt lETHBRIDGE HERAID Mondny, Moy D. 1773 citizens hare paper M'spnpcr. Senior CH- has made ils detail .A new iVe in Albcnn. This non-pnlilical paper for senior nf Alberta is free, mid is .supported entirely by advertising. Ooryu Ilignell, publisher. said in a Herald interview that he ii because Alberta didn't have a paper for it's el- derly people. lie said the main objective ot Ilie paper is to [ill a communi- cation gap m the province For senior citizens. Mr. Hignell said there had to be a [orm of communication that would allow the elderly lo keep their own identity, but still have a common a meeting place where views, stories and arguments could be tabled without travelling him- dreds of miles to express those ideas. A letter from Premier Peter Loughecd on the front page of the paper says. "I am extreme- ly pleased lo witness the publi- cation of a newspaper directed lo our senior cilizens, and on behalf of Ihe people of the province wish (he Senior Citi- zens every success." The paper consists of articles, letters, poetry nnd views from senior cilizens in Alberta, and from several senior citizen homes. Mr. Higncll said the circula- tion of the paper is growing rapidly. He said, hopefully i t will become Ihe official voice of Alberta's senior citizens. The paper is printed in Cal- garv, with editorial offices at 5919 20th St. S.W., Calgary. M'RSES The nursing faculty at the Lethbridge Community College has an enrolment of 70 students, with 31 in the first year and 3fi in the second. Reminiscing with the Colonel 8ABY JAN The only tricycle-riding elephant in the world will be in Lelhbridge May 31 and June 1 with her own act in the Hubert Castle International Circus. Baby Jan sponsored Club. one of (he stars in the travelling circus Lethbridge by the Lelhbridge Shriners' Tape decks ask me... By JUDI WALKER Herald Staff Writer You've money in your pocket and style in your eye. Three hours of wandering from store to store and rack to rack finally ends in front of a pair of sky-blue cord jeans. There are Ihc pants of your dreams. A quick scan of the store tells you from ex- perience that business has been on lhe slump the clerks arc having a wee tele-a-tele behind the lingerie counter. Remain aloof (cardinal rule: never appear anxious lo buy something even if you Meander over to the dresses and riffle through, but don't really look (buying dresses is utterly out of the they have a tendency lo make a normal, casual girl look like a pretty, feminine lady, and also have a distasteful effect upon delighted Check the T-shirts, and the bathing suits, and the New Spring Arrivals. When you gel tired of being unnoticed, hit lhe leather coats. At least three clerks blomp upon you to cater lo your every leather-oriented whim. Depending on the strength of your legs, the time of day, and your interest in leather atlire, you either (a) try on all of the leather jackets in stock and then get around to the trousers or (b) gently head Salesclerk post haste to the jean rack. (Although (b) is generally advisable, it is great fun sometimes to see how long a clerk can remain polite, smiling, and good Trying on jeans can be a traumatic experience- especially when dealing with a clerk who's a grad- uate of I OOPS (Invasion of Our Privacy Jeans are invariably made lo fit girls who are 5'10 with 25-inch hips. If you're 5'4 and round, it's tough bananas, honey pie. Clerks have a most thoughtful habit of waiting j target for thefts Shrine Circus here Mav 31 The Hubert Castle Interna- tional Circus will be in Lefh- hridge Hay 31 and June 1 under the auspices of the Lethbridge Ehriners1 Club. Two performances daily vill be offered, at and 8 p.m. at the Exhibition grounds. The three-ring circus fea- tures acts by wild animal trainer Roger Smilh and the celebrated European circ u s star Arluro Segura. Jlr. Smith has handled wild animals for many television and movie sequences, and at this performance vHl present a mixed group of Nubian lions and Siberian. Sumatran and Bengal tigers. Mr. Segura is known as the reigning king of all European circus stars and is making ap- his first. North American pearance on lliis lour. There is also an abundance of clowns, acrialists, a c r o- bals and jugglers. Tickets for the perform- ances will be available to the public at a later date. until you've got lhe jeans either half on and half is stolen i off, you're struggling to button them shut, or you're i standing on 12 inches of extra leg material, before throwing the curtain of the dressing room open to enquire. "How do they Your half blind grandmother cm sec thai you look like an over-fed elephant, but a sal'escleik will remark with utter delight that they were "just made for Oil yuck. You Iry a different color, a different size, and a different style. No improvement. You puff, you pant, and you squeeze but the jeans of your dreams refuse to fit. Alas' Your pants be- come resigned sighs. Your genes and these jeans don't match. City police say the m o s I. frequently reported thefla in Lelhbridge involve car stereo tape- decks, tapo cartridges and cassettes. Owners of vehicles with tape decks installed in them have been asked to take special pre- cautions by locking Ihe doors of their vehicles whenever away from them. A police official suggested extra precautions also be taken v.'illi cassettes and tape carl- ridges. "All tape containers should cither be locked in tlie glove compartment of Ihe vehi cle, or if there arc too many or a carrying case with tapes in it, they should be locked In the he said. Special locking devices are available lo hold the bracket to Ihe dash and [he tape deck lo the bracket. In addition to Ihe locking devices, thefts could be complicated if the exposed ends of bolls were rivetted to prevent easy removal, said an- olhcr police official. Persons just purchasing tape decks are advised to have them mounted in an inconspicuous spot and never lo leave tapes where they may be easily seen and act as encouragement [or would be thieves. All tape decks should have identification marks placed on them by their owners, and a record of the serial number should be kept to aid In the identification if the tape deck LCC plans busy summer schedule My first restaurant. guess Ihe first resiauranl I ever owned was in Corbin Kentucky. we got down there, It was Jusl a small service slalion. After e few days 1 pulled out the old dining room table and six cnaira end put them in" the front room. "Then 1 started to try lo sell meals lo people passing Through. I'd cook for the family and sell ona, two or maybe all five of the meafa lo travellers and truck drivers. 'Course 1 didn't know anylhing eboul Ihc restaurant business and I'd make a truck driver sit at Ihe same table with a millionaire ...I just thought It was more that way. 1 was cooking Ihe Kind of food my mother used lo cook plain country food, pan fried chicken, country ham, string benns, cckra, hot biscuits and sifch, and f didn't know a darned Ihing about table d'hote and all lhat fancy stuff. But my cuslomera Kept coming and this lima rot just for gas. Pretty soon I had me a reputation lor serving Ihe best food between Cincinnati and AHanla Georgia." In just a few short years the Colonel's re pu la lion spread far beyond Cincinnali .ind AlIanM. Now any.vhorc you Iravel in North America, in (act almost everywhere In Ihc. you'll find people eating nnd enjoying Colonel Ean- tier'G Kenlucky Fried Chicken. In every Kentucky Fried Chicken lake-out slorc, no matter it Is located, them's one; ot Hie Colonel's boys, carefully trained end as parhcular about his chick- en as Colonel is. You can be sure ihii Rvfirytimfi you piefc up Kentucky Frierl Chicken It'll be Just as 'finger lickin' goorj' as when lhe Colonel was cooking it himself. By CATHERINE RETI Herald Staff 112 academic courses will be of-1 can provide assistance to lhe fcred from July 24 to Aug. 4.; classroom teacher, the lihrar- i scrvation Education 225 and 21C from July :i to 16 will provide Student? can apply at the of- 1 ian and other school personnel. practical training and experi- refresher course has also ence in Wildland Recreation A high school program and ficc of ,he schoo] of conlilluing A ieyeral other specia courses cchlcaUon al lnc collefie bcen prepared to provide addi- sevi-.si ULMCI j education at the college. mil be offered by the Leth- An course In tional' training for aides who bridge Community College this dafa pl.ocessillg ard pl-0gram. j have either had the college in- ming which starts July 3, will troductory course, or who have summer. The LCC school of continu- ing education operate and outdoor education by volving the students in a day Ihe out door Alberta m- 14- cxperience in foothills and include such topics as basic had actual school experience as Rockies, erminology in automated data I an aide. This course begins; Outdoor Education 248 will summer program to assist stu-1 processing; lhe punched card, July 3. dents to complete high school, svsteras and subjects they have missed or failed to pass, or Lo aid their j existing program. I All classes in the program register July 3 and will oper-, i> ate A'onday through Friday ot with classes ending on Aug. 4. Government department! ex- aminations for Grade 12 stu- dents start Aug. 0. Applications must he rcceiv- prcgramming principles. Two art courses v.ill be of- fered. The fivst K for s'udents A data processing workshop achers. from June 26 to include a detailed study operation of data pro- cessing equipment, and the use of large-scale computer sys- jfercd start Ju'y have emphasis placed on the environment o[ the Centra] Rockies. lems, utilizing the COBOL Ian- ;uagc. For four weeks beginning ranging in age from six lo 11 Topics covered include geolo- years. Once a week art gal- f gica] history of the Rocky leries will be visited, and draw-1 Mountains, climate and its ef- ing, painting and sculplurins! feels on plants and animals, will be clone. Two courses of- life history and identificstion of native animals and birds. This course runs from July IBlh lo ed by the college no later than June 5. an introductory course June 28. for school aides will be held. It For students ranging in age from 12 to 20 years, design, drawing, painting and sculp- ture make up Ihe course. Two A separate two week coach- i is designed to give students the ing school in all major Grade I background necessary so they will be held, starting students to opportunilii NOTICE TO STAMP COLLECTORS Due to other commitments nt Ihe Gas Company Auditorium, regular Monthly Meeting will be held at the home of MR. ond MRS. DAVID CARLSON 2006 20th St. S. At p.m., Wod., Mny 10th ALL STAMP COLLECTORS WELCOME (July 3. Several horsemanship classes will be given, each totalling 20 hours. ITie first begins May 29. j Riding and grooming will provided in each session. Outdoor Recreation and Con- July 31st. Wildland Recreation and Out- door Education 225 will expose ies, activ- ities and skills associated with wildland recreation and camp- ing. No market coercion exists in Alberta hog production Company coercion to share' the hogs and the farmer in the federal government's hog ia hired to raise them. Minor injuries A fnfnl of S2.C30 and two min- or injuries resulted Saturday evening when a car driven by Mary Heron, 18. of 3M5 24th El. S. left Highway 4 South near Stewart Sidijig and plummeted into an irrigation ditch. Reron and Christian James Flexhaug. 19. Foremost, re- ceived minor injuries, but were not taken to hospital. deficiency payment is noncxis tant in Alberta, according lo officials of the Alberta Hog Producers' Marketing Board. Agriculture Minister Bud Olson reported recently thai concern has been expressed that some commercial firms are trying to persuade hog pro- ducers to give them n share of the payment, designed to re- compense farmers for 1 o w market prices during 1971. Wliile the situation varies in some pai-ts of Canada, Mr. Olson was reported to have said that basically these com- panies are exercising pressure to induce farmers to sign an agreement under which a por- tion of tlie subsidy payment would be payable by the farmer to the company. The government pays farm- Students Icam by doing, and crs 35 tor hog grading 100 uill be involved in sucli tilings j. as hiking and backpacking. _ uuiaoor Hccrcauon ancl_Uon- mountain climbing, fishing and i cr.mp cookery and lire cralt. This course will run from Aug- Memorial i Societv i to meet The first annual meeting oi the Memorial Society of Lcth- bridge, originally scheduled for j March 29, will be held May 12 in the Canadian Western .Nat- ural (ras Company auditorium on Stafford Drive sliirlins at p.m. Tlie president of the Memo- j ml Society Association of Can- Jean Mohart of Vancou- ver, is expected to attend lhe meeting which will also see the election of three directors for a Iwo-year term. up total Alberta the majority of the hog operations are strictly farmer owned and there is very little feed company financ- he said. Apparently some firms have user) pressure such as relus- ing to release grading certifi- cates unless producers agree to share tlie subsidy- Mr. Schultz said there Is no worry in this province because the markelinf! board is able to give the producer a certificate which is accepted by the Agri- cultural Stabilization Board which pays the subsidy. He said if any farmer In Al- berta runs into pressure, he wil this type of j receive sup- port from the marketing board. "They just have lo contact the board for advice." of 200 hoes. Ed Schultz. publicity director for the board, said he has no knowledge of such action in i U5t Lo I5 Alberta. More information on these i He said this type of thing courses and application forms I could happen in an integrated 1 are available from the college. setup whereby the company Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) OPTICAI PRESCRIPTION CQl HOLIDAY FLOWERS LTD- PHONE 328-9291 ORDER YOUR MOTHER'S DAY FLOWERS NOW! Fresh eul flowen if Conagej and up Various of polled ptanlf if Special mi iced bouquets if Children's ipeciali if Ample free parking See us at 453 Mayor Magralh Dr. Holiday Village CHARITY No. 67 AF AM GRA will meet at 12.15 p.m. Tuesday, May 9 in the Masonic Temple to nHend the funeral of the late W. BROTHER OLAF OLSON fried It's cish lo trc.it vour.self to n new Spring wardrobe... I'LL1.1! cash. In .s up the linnsc PLUS cash just in linvc and cnjrn! It's ilic PJ.I :S LOAN ni-Beneficial 1-inancc-... cash for tmv tjood Call up or conic in loil.iv! You're good for more ;il Beneficial nans ;ip In 300 Your lean can ha life-insured Take up lo 60 months lo pay on loan: ever 5S CASES The health services branch of school of mir.sintf at Ibc J Mi bridge Community ColJefio I Ircnlcd M cases during the 1 1071-72 school vcar. OPEN HOUSE! 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