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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta New landing fees delayed OTTAWA (CP) The tran- sport department has postpon- ed for six months implemen- tation of new landing fees for light aircraft. The department said in a news release that it plans further discussions with light aircraft operators and associations before introduc- ing a new list of fees. The Canadian Owners and Pilots Association has been critical of the fee plan. Beginning Oct. 1, owners of aircraft weighing pounds or less would be allow- ed to pay a annual landing fee which would entitle them to land an unlimited number of times at all but five of the department's 88 airports. The fee would be for each landing at the Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary and Vancouver International airports. Owners deciding against the annual fee would pay for each landing at a department airport. Currently, landing fees range from minimum up to for a aircraft. Owners of private aircraft of up to pounds are ex- empted from landing fees at all department airports ex- cept Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver where they must pay a minimum of fippfi PHONE anywhere you'd like to reach, not run. Add a phone. Add a smile. Add colorful convenience in your choice of styles and colors from warm white to razmataz red. Your choice of exciting extensions includes those shown plus Chestphones, Cradlephones, Ericofon, Spacemaker, Starlite, desk and wall phones. Call your nearest AGT business office or come in and see the full selection. On guard A Cambodian soldier stands guard while sitting on the seat of a ruined tricycle in an abandoned village on Highway 1 southeast of Phnom Penh. The high- way links Phnom Penh with Neak Luong, a town on the Mekong River used as a military base. Air route hearings shifted to Alberta GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Hearings into the possibili- ty of additional air service for Grande Prairie will be held in Edmonton rather than Ot- tawa, the Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce said today. A spokesman for the chamber sais the air transport committee of. the ministry of transport, which originally scheduled the hearings for Ot- tawa, has not announced a date. City officials had requested the hearings be held at Grande Prairie. Three airlines. International Jet Air of Calgary, Time Air of Lethbridge and Mackenzie Air of Edmonton are seeking the right to provide service between Dawson Creek, B.C., Grande Prairie and Edmon- ton. Pacific Western Airlines also has filed an application which would put that company in direct competition with CP Air, which now provides two flights a day to Grande Prairie. Fiddler show actress dips LOS ANGELES (AP) Ac- tress Norma Crane, 42, who played the wife in the film, Fiddler on the Roof, died of Cancer Friday. Born in New York city and reared in El Paso, Tex., Miss Crane first achieved notice in a television version of George Orwell's 1984. She made her Broadway debut in Arthur Miller's The Crucible and replaced Kim Stanley in Bus Stop. Her films included Tea and Sympathy, Penelope and They Call Me Mr. Tibbs. Her last performance was in Robert Anderson's Double Solitaire. Nick and Ivor suggest you pre- pare your car for winter now and save. NECK PALAZZO IVOR MEYER MECHANICS SPECIAL 6 Cylinder Reg. 27.80 8 Cylinder Reg. 35.25 NOW 22 95 29 .95 NOW RESISTER PLUGS EXTRA With your tune-up receive a diagnosis on our ELECTRONIC ENGINE TESTER Complete Ignition System Carburetor System Cylinder Condition Charging System Starting System Coil Condition Condenser Firestone J 79x15 Whltewall Spark Timing Ignition Points Engine Vacuum Exhaust Emission Cylinder Leakage Circuit Resistance STEEL BELTED RADIAL TIRES 59-w Reg. 80.00 Special Installed and balanctd while stocks last. All Prices Effective Until Oct. 6 UNION 76 MAGRATH SERVICE 422 Mayor Mag- rath Service Phone 323-9786 STEVE SPISAK Owner-Lessee Saturday, September LETHBRIPOE MORE ,m .COLLEGE There's still time to Register for the following Evening Programs INDUSTRIAL FOR THI ILICTRICIAN Introduction to transistors, integrated circuits, methods ol triggering, functions o! solid state devices, electronic switching, circuit types and considerations. Test equipment and its uses in fault finding, and preventative maintenance techniques. Mondays p.m. October 1 December 12 FEE: S40.00 BASIC ELECTRONICS The course will include basic electronics theory, topics included will be: Electronics, Semi-Conductbrs, Inductance, Resonance, etc. Students may continue on from last year or new students can start at the beginning. 20 Tuesdays, beginning October 2 p.m. DRAFTING This course should assist the student to read, understand and interpret the information expressed in the language of architectural blueprints. Topics include: lettering, multiview projections, perspective drawing, architectural dimensioning and wall sections, floor plans. etc. 20 Tuesdays, beginning October 2 p.m. FEE: S40.00 WOODWORKING Correct use of hand and power tools and use of various materials will be included. Design and construction of furniture is an integral part of the course. 10 Wednesdays, beginning October (Fall) 73-335M p.m. FEE: (plus cost of materials for projects) RUMPUS ROOM CONSTRUCTION Subjects include: framing the room, stripping for tiles, the kinds and types of wall and ceiling and floor coverings that are available and how they are applied. 7 Thursdays, beginning October FEE: SECTION B BASIC SEWING Designed for those who have completed a Beginners Sewing or those who have done some sewing before. A dress is underlined and a shirtdress or buttoned blouse with a collar are included. 10 Tuesdays, beginning October 9th, 1973 p.m. FEE: HAIRSTYLINQ COURSE FOR WOMEN Learn how to attractively style and manage your own hair. This course will show proper grooming of the hair, the creation of hair styles, the care and handling of wigs. SECTION A 5 Tuesdays beginning October SECTION B 5 Thursdays beginning October SECTION C 5 Wednesdays beginning November p.m. FEE: CANDLECRAFT Candles are in! They are surprisingly easy and inexpensive to make yourself. Here's a course to show you how. 5 Wednesdays, beginning October (Fall) p.m. FEE: CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH For those who Wish to acquire the rudiments of the Spanish language. The audio method of instruction will stress vocabulary and correct pronunciation. 20 Wednesdays, beginning October 10th, 1973 p.m. FEE: PAINTING AND DRAWING Theory and practice in drawing using a variety of art media such as charcoal, pen and ink, pencil, watercolors and oils. Students will be informed of equipment required on opening night. 10 Wednesdays p.m. beginning October FEE: SCULPTURING Learn the art of sculpturing animal and human forms through the use of wax. clay or plasticine. The development of small figures will be the major emphasis in this course. 10 Thursdays p.m. beginning October 11th, 1973 FEE: PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION BE 298 Basic .principles of management, planning, organizing and controlling are analyzed in connection with related topics of communications; standards and appraisals, organizational and supervisory controls, motivation and decision making. 15 Saturdays, beginning October p.m. FEE: CAKE AND PASTRY BAKING AND DECORATING This course will cover special techniques in decorating pies, cakes, muffins, cookies and rolls, and is designed especially for the homemaker interested in improving the appearance of her cooking. 7 Mondays, beginning October 15, 1973 p.m. FEE: CHOCOLATES HOMEMADE A two session course in the art of making homemade chocolates and other candy. Seven or eight flavors and shapes. 2 Tuesdays, November 6 and 13.1973 2 Thursdays, November Sand 15.1973 p.m. FEE: (2 sessions) PRIVATE PILOTS REFRESHER Open to any private pilot who holds a valid license to fly but who seeks a refresher on Airmanship, Air Rules and Regulations. Radio, Navigation. Meteorology. 6 Wednesdays p.m. beginning November 7th, 1973 FEE: (includes materials) Register by Phoning 327-2141, Extension 228 School of Continuing Education "Opening New Horizons" LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ;