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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THIRD SECTION The letKbtulge Herald "LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, APRIL s, 1972 PAGES 27-34 Becoming 'national problem' English school vi unts PKTKH wii.iiv London Oliss-rvpr Sri-vicr LONDON Suddenly, viol- A rash of courl ciises involv- ing fights hcLwccu imd pupils and, in one instance, a phiygroumi slabbing have nl- Iracted puhlic attcnlion. A scr- ies ol newspaper article.1; on the problems of a largo London had lo lake lion to "Miu rising tide of vioT- a week after a liwivy vandalism ami tension in Last week two teachers np- -whatever may be the. view ailrt expensive microscope ha.l! been llnov.n af him; tliat dur- to suspend pupils. "Lo- cu! ,'iuttioi Hies could and should nion1 support lo com- mado pupih school has I case the made his sym-1 Icaclicr idded biller controversy, palhics absolutely clean 'C1S [or Last week two teachers ap- "Whatever muy be lhc view cncc in English schools loday J peared in court charged with Of sonic Of our most advanced, is "a iialional problem." assaulU on pupils following ivray-oul he said, scorns to have been intol- dous not require crablc prvocaUiiu. Oiie had hit'teacher In have Uiu paliem-e uE n 13-ycarold boy across the; n saint Do yon think we have fore head ivitli rubber, Ihe other a 15-year-okl were the stage in (his coim- broken trv where an insolent and nolh sh'ic has lo lie treated PmnAs. vis- Sea route best boy's jaw. nuifi' pupil has tu acquitted. In Ihe second the rourlcsicrs of -------iiling IMlOTMCTin.Y f i 1 in- shown, u hoy ivas vvilli t'ivc n pciM-knitc in the dnrkencvl plain room; (he rhiUlven oHcn swore al teachers continuously for more than in min- utes; thai Ihc fire alarm .sounded by miFchiovnus rhil- bv teachers against pupil 5 ami says one motion. Lack o( public understanding abwil the situation they faca Is whril riles many teachers. N'cl- girls LOOK WHO'S COMING young Ollu people lo "confront Nixon" during his visit to Ottawa April 13 to 1 produced by the Ottawa Vietnam Mobilize lion Committee, advertise held outside the Parliament Building, April 15. Hungry protest govt. inaction at posicrs calling on Thr? lo be y.r Ivd. KAl'KKTS This week n Vl-vear-nUl boy was put into local authority care alter pleading guilty to the manslaughter of another boy during a fight at his school. Din-inn the case the defence lawyer referred to bcrious drcn several times a tllPV nnr the public have that, one afternoon, a p u p i I yL.L (0 nlc chniifiptl sit- filltxl Ihrough nipw and valiou' which schools II nd tho school scalding As violence in- Pupils, Icachcrs and h c fi il t-roascs in urban sociely, innslcr iinmedialcly loapL to ciict inrvilably in Ihe defence ol their sclicDl and urnriii schools. The teacher liaa accused the reporter of inching to houp lo (leal with grow- up many of the incidcnlK. They inrr of social casual- By LONDON OBSERVER Service KATHMANDU Thousands of hungry people gathered in north eastern Nepal earlier Kathmandu to protest over Ihc government's inaction on grow- ing food shortages in their areas. The marchers assembled on this month for a march lo' the Chinese built road joining A WHOLE NEW THING IN SUMMER FUN WITH Not since Ihc invention of ihe outboard motor has there been a summer fun happening lo equal 1ho Honda minilrail bike craze! Every year more and more people are lo country trails and over the fields Ihose delightfully safe 50 and 70-cc Mini Trail bikes Irom Honda. Every member of tho family [OVG the Ihose big, fal knobby tires grip surely in almost any terrain, and climb liko a mountain goal! A wonderful way lo loach a youngster conlrol and coordination and make him n safer driver, too. MimTra'il Z50A- Only weighs 112 pounds, Cold-down handlebars so you can lake it anyivhere, In your car or boal. 4-slroke engine [ike 1ho big bikes, ends smokey motors. CT-70 liail handlebars lor easy portability. Tough, 5-hp nnninn. Front and rear brakes. clutch. Groovyl (Alsos'irr Ihn C-70 Deluxe, stop-tJiroun.il bike, so parsy 1o CT-90 7 bhp c-vorhr-ad rn'.colb mnEU'd r. pens'ion v.-illi If.-irr.mission. Full lights ;UKi ior clj Scrambler 100- versatile Honda of nil. A great on-or-ojf llic load machine, v.'eiglis under200 Ihs., yet lias plenty of ricl-iip-anri-go. Need a bigger motorcycle? Seo Ihe 45 J, JOO and 750. From Min'; lo Mighly, Honda has il all! Nepal's capital v.-ith Ihe Chi- nese border. Many wore rags or half naked, with little to eat iind all their personal or- namenls Rone (o pay for fond. Many lay on lhc prouml look- ing vacantly at visitors and wailing for tho march to begin. But the march nevor did Govornnienl officials, Iiave denied report.s (hat mosl of the northern regions along the Chinese border are .suffering r.ciUe rhortagps, made it clear that the protest, would be discouraged. More impor- tant, the marchers were in no physical condition for a two- day trek to the capital. Rut. Ihey made their point. DKATI1S f.nst week in members of the Nepnlese parliament, the Kss- Iriya f'anchayaf, alleged at a joint PITSS conference that pi.clit people in the north-west J dislrict of Hajhang and IS pro- pic in Ihe north east district of Dolakha had already died of starvation. They nlso claimed that in lhc district of Kailadi, flrtjoininp Bajhang, all nino memliers of a family commit- ted becau.se of hunger, In the western district of Arh- hamr 13 people died of eating poisonous weeds. Ihcy ck-imc'd. According to tho members, there may he many more such deaths which hare ye confirmee! Like many other developing Ky HKNO1T IIOLI.E PARIS tCI'l In February, IMS, a liugo oil supply was found in northern Alaska, and experts forecast that by 19SO Alaska would he able lo supply the Tlmled Stntcs with one mil- ion tons of oil a year. But two problems arose--how lo exploit the find at the lowest cost and how to transport it to market. A French admiral, R. Corn- uauH. .says in a recent book that [he most economical way of transporting Ihc oil to large Pa- cific customers in Canada, the United Slates and Japan is by sea. Admiral Cornuault says In IjCS Forccurs du Passage du Mord-Ouest that sea transporl brings so many advantages that n tl m e r o u s attempts will be made by submarine tankers in the next few years to transport Arctic oil. His book traces Ihc various attempts to pass through the Northwest Passage, from Mar- tin Trobisher to the voyage of Che Manhattan. It includes Ihe trip of the pockets of violence at the also complained about her ties As Ihc modern city prows nnd to nrolcclion mcthotls of 'J1'1'1111' more cojnjilcx and impersonal, S upc rla n k ers could go 5lory. far he- throueh the passage if Iliey i ilmch money apoIouizinB for these, the Daily i comes a social worker instead were preceded by Riant ice- breakers, hut they can go no closer than 30 miles from Iheldenls occurred shore. And the costs a suitable port would be enor- mous. Admiral Cormiault 1 by nigger pupils. ]n an these eases the fnci- comprehen- ,r huiwuiB Isivc ?fhool.s- "avc a matter of controversy in Brit- ish politics ever since they were first introduced in London more Mnil proudly proclaimed thai (his was an example if its ''liv- ing the news" technique. of a traiipmUtcr o( facts, This is already being accept- crl in many parts of Europe than 20 years ago. The main that ships could be moored to j principle of the comprehensive an iceberg, and yiiuil hoses could transfer oil from the shore to the tankers, The Americans tried a rein- forced hull on the Manhattan. The hull was constructed so thai the ship's entire weight would help break ice. Canadians proposal a differ- ent formula, named the Alex bow after its inventor, Scotl Al- exander. His method was to shape the hull so that ice is lifted from both sides hy tho bow and thrown aside. Admiral Cormiault concluded that the Manhattan dirt not re- spond like the super ice-hrcakcr It was supposed lo be, and did not achieve results superior (o those obtained by ordinary ice- breakers. system is thai pupils of all abil- iiics go lo the same school in- stead of being divided inlo two I ability groups academic and f non academic at the age of j 11. I Most cducalionallsls now ac- cept the arguments in favour I of comprehensives and the last I Labour Government tried lo per- i The school violence problem nnd the Umled Stales. But it Is cannot be passed nil entirely not easy to demolish ihe tradi- tional belief that a teacher haa failed unless he manages to ;it the maximum Informa- in the minimum time lo 30 as an invention of (lie media A debate on violence and indis- cipline in schools is top of the agenda for the National Asso- lrap ciation ot Schoolmasters' Kns-, !er conference, falling alien- completely silent children. RCMP ship St. nocli, lhR nowever, Ihe Manhattan's ship to go through the passape in both directions. The problem of Iransporlinfl jts crcw jil from Alaska is a tricky ono. grcrit nrivcnturers tho It would he possible to construct jlfls sceu suarlc all local education au- Ihorilics to introduce them. But (be Conservatives, now in of- fice, havn slowed down the changeover and their sup- porters lose no opportunities to claim that comprehen- sives breed violence, inrTisci- pline and disrespect for author- ity. The Daily Mail stirred the _ pot last week by despatching j a journalist posing as a teach- cr to spend in days in a com- pipeline, but the danger of earthquakes and resulting dam- age (o the ecology make, it a perilous idea. Tuition hike 'quite large' voyage was such an act of en-1 prchensivc. Slin reported mv ergy and faith (bat it justified ruly classes, disillusioned (cacb- .ig the I crs, widespread truancy and Arctic f endemic vandalism. i She claimed that a physics EDMONTON (CP) A pro- posed tuition in- crease for foreign students at C a in r o s c College appears "quite Jim Foster, min- ister of advanced education, lold the legislature. He told George Ho Lcm CSC -Calgary McCnll) thai he In- to he (o asj- college admin- about tiro proposal. ICarlier, Mr. Foster told the countries. an hart the uni- TOWN of CARDSTON GARBAGE COLLECTION BIDS The Town oF Cards I on will accept bids for the purchase O'f the Town Garbage equfpmcnf, and for ilie collection of Ihe Town's garbage. Dids lo he In Ihe hands of the Municipal Secre- tory, K. D. Bcvans by Ihe 13th day of April, 1972. Common sense people wear The Common Serue lens In some localises hard resin prolcclivc are Law! Why! They're shaitcrproot. They're only hall ihe weiohl of lenses. 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ICvcn if .'Npui-ls Hi Imlia lo >K Mopped, il would still lie itj'- HDS.'.ililc In lo tho repujiis. Kxculil fiir lite huill r o ;i d [rom K to the Chi- nose there are no motor roads goinf; norlh. F.vcii this road riocs not yet have any feeder poin.c inlo the in- j lerior of the country. The. only oilier alln native if li u m a il {transport. lint n mere 10 miles i in the monntninous terrain of Nepal easily t.nko a lull day's and with n bur- den on the bark (lays walk- inn would he necessary. The surplus (rind from the south. Ihcrcfore. never reaches most [parts of the norlheru frontiers of The pre.sent food crisis was brought ahoul hy the excess rainfall last year. The monsoon I rains hcpin us parly as April and heavy dounpour cojilinncd to as late as October. The rnins (fc.stroyed and millet, the staple fooil nf Ihe norlli. As v.-halever had been saved up j for seeds (his year had hccn entcn. most people face bleak prospecls as (he .sea- son is non- at hand. 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