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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneirfoy, Navimbtr 13, 197J THl lETHBKIDOt HKAID 17 Committee urges tightening up of manpower training system EDMONTON (CP) A spe- cial committee report Tuesday recommended a tightening up of the manpower retraining sys- tem in Alberta and rna-c care in [ormulatLng manpower poli- cies. The government committee LEAVING COURT Priscillo K. Cooper, right, leaves courthouse in Stockton, Calif., after appearing for arraign- ment on murder charges. Two other women, assacialei of the Charles Manson and two men were also charged. (AP Wirepholo) led by chairman Cal Lee, Pro-1 the whole sphere of post-second- gressive Conservative member for Calgary McKnight, is to make its full report next spring. In its interim report, the com- mittee recommends: that Alberta provide broad and immediate programs to train young people for the work force, In addition to gen- eral education programs. that training be tightened up through closer co-ordination among all agencies of govern- ment to wipe out duplication and to save dollars. that eut-of-provincc and foreign students taking advan- tage of Alberta's vocational pro- grams should pay more than resident fees. The committee also believes the fees for voca- tional training should be in- creased from as required in technical training programs. Some of the recommendatioa1! will be implemented before the full report comes in, Mr. Lee suggested. To "tighten up" training and re-training programs in Alberta, the committee says there should be more systematic planning rather than an ad hoc 'type of approach. Mr. Lee placed no dollar value on his -ecommendations. He said his task force is studying ary education. He sees the need for re-train- ing to become a continuing pro- cess whereby, as in Germany, schooling is brought right lute factories where workers spmd several hours a day learning now skills. Mr. Lee recommends that programs in which allowances are given for training be ad- ministered at the local level and said this could reipove com- plaints of the past that allow- ances were often as much as a month late. In addition, he would like to see post-secondary students get counselling in money manage- ment. COMPUTER STUDENTS HALIFAX (CP) Saint M a r y 's University computer centre is giving high school stu- dents here an opportunity to solve some of the mysteries they find surrounding computer programming. During three- hour sessions, students learn how a computer works, what its capabilities are, how to commu- nicate with the computer, how to write programs and feed them through the computer. WHERI. SMART WOMtN SHOP PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR SAVINGS UNTIL SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18 ONLY COMPLETE STOCK OF SHIRTS JACKETS SLACKS LINGERIE HOSIERY T-SHIRTS SKIRTS SWEATERS LOUIMGEWEAR CHILDREN'S WEAR (WHERE APPLICABLE) SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED MORE THAN 280 STORES COAST TO COAST TWO IN LETHBRIDGE At Comes to Life CANDY SALE Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 16th, 17th and 18th Smiles 'n Chuckles Christmas Favourites Truly premium chocolates by this well known manufacturer all specially priced for this p re- Xmas Sale.. Choose from Minuet Assortment of and hard centres cover-ed with light ond chocolate. Small in chocolate very select- Jorge in randy that want icvercl and have 5-lb. box. O for low special fci- SALE W.W 1 box. -oz. box. 4 QQ SALE 1 box. 70 SALE 1 4-oz. box. SALE Pot of Gold Chocolates 1 Ib. box of Molrs most popular chocolates. A de- licious seleclion of hard and ioft centres. 4 QQ Mb. box. SALE Lowneys Bridge Mixture An always popular favor- ite and at a verv pop'J- lar price. 9Q 5-lb. box, SALE WifcW Terry's Ginger Chocolates Imported from England. Just arrived so you can be sure that they are fresh. Rich, creamy chocolate with delicious ginaer rr-t- tre. Va-Ib. box. 4 4 Q SALE I I W Liquorice Allsorts A favourite with everyone in the family and freshly imported from England. Specially priced for Xmas candy sale. Bag, SALE..... .59 Poppycock A delicious confection con- sisiing of pecans and al- monds In a buttery crunch. Vacuum packed for fresh- ness. 4 4Q 10-oz. tin, SALE I Pail of Hard Candy Superior hard candy A Lowneyi favourite. Con- Mini a wide variety of Xrrras favourllos. 5-lb. pail, SALE C-OW Hazelnut Whirls Made by Lcny's ol England so you can ba sure of quality. Creamy iwirls of milk chocolate around a crunchy horclnui centre. 14-oz. box, SAIE 1.89 Almond Roca Specially priced for ttiij pre Xmas candy sale. De- licious crunchy almond b-it- tle that is individually wrapped. 4 QQ 14-oz. box, SALE I .33 box, SALE .99 White Heather Selection A popular favourite all year round but especially so at Christmas. A deli- cious assortment all choc- olate covered ond Indi- vidually wrapped. 2-tb. baa, 4 QC SALE 1.33 Mixed Nuts A must for tho coming fes- tive season. A delicious mix of brazils, cashews and walnuts. 2-lb. bog, SAIE ___ Imported Candies A tasty cssorlmenf of En. glish favourites. CQ Mb. bag, SALE Black Magic Chocolates The Block Manic Duality end freshness will tell your family and friends ?hal you choose their aifl with care. 1-lb. box, QQ SALE I .33 Rowntrees After 8 Mints Fresh and delicious afler dinner favourites, they ere 10 good one box won't ho enough. ?Q SALE 9 Imported Tinned Biscuits An imported, rich assort- ment of fancy sweet bis- 3-lb. fin. SALE Terry's Fruit Pastilles Looking for on ideal stock- ing stuffer. Chooie some of Ihcse delicious packages of fruit paslells w'lh Iruo fruit flavour. OQ X-oz. pkg., SALE Variety Pack of Tinned Nufs Swett, meaty, aborted nuts from Planters. Always crisp ond fresh because 1hev ore vacuum pacVed. Pack conlains cas- hews, cocklail pea- nuts, mixer! Feck, SALE 1.99 2.99 1.59 American Beauty Chocolates A tradilional Chrislmas lime favourite. Lowneyi lasty American Beauty se- lection. A truly delicioui assortment. 4 Mb. box, SALE I Maraschino Cherries Alanufactured by Moin -o you can be sure of ilia quality. Delicicus cherries covered with premium quality chocolate 4 QQ 1-lb. box, SAIL -VW Brazil Nut Toffee Tray Imported from England end just arrived so vou can be sure that they are fresh. A quality loffei? with rich meory Broiil Ti-lb. Tray, SALE I -33 Liqueur Chocolates chocolala liquors. 4 I Shop Eaton's Thursday and Friday from 9 'til Buy Line 328-8811. Use Your Come True Card box, SALE Cnndic-i, Lewnr Floor 9. ;