Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
DID YOU KNOW IT COSTS NO MORE TO DEAL THROUGH YOUR TRAVEL AGENT FOR ALL TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS? CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lcthbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lctiiimdgc, Alberta, Tuesday. AprilJS, jQ72__JPACESMjrO_M_______ NOW IN OUR MEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROfESSIONAL BIDG. 740 4lh AVE. 5. LE7HBRIDGE, ALBERTA Summer li coming. Bo ready with a pair of Prcjcriplion Sunglasses. CMHA may drop out of city Appeal The Canadian Mental Health (Association, southern Alberta region, is considering the fea- sibility of withdrawing from the United Appeal. At it- board meeting Monday night chairman Jim Gough anil his finance committee were re- cmcstcd to make a study of al- ternate means of financing should the association with draw from the community chest. Mr Gough and Ins commit tee are to report their finding! at the next board meeting on which a final decision will b made said association execu live officer Molly Mitchell. Mrs. Mitchell said tiie na lional organization lias assure the Letlibridge branch that will at least give the local o grmizatkm tllL' sam amount the Lelhbridge comrm nity chest gave it this year, i case it withdraws. Once the association was 01 of Ihe United Appeal, it con raise funds on its own, includ ing door-to-door canvassing. Another project discussed at the meeting was the Summer Camp i" al Crowsuest Pass for mental patients. Mrs. Mitchell said the project re- quires and funds for it have yet to lie obtained. The mental health associa- tion will attend the Amalga- mated Hospital Board meeting Thursday for a reply to the brie! it presented to the board. The CMHA brief requested fi- nancial assistance from the hospital board. No foul play in city girl's death s An autopsy on the body of Dawn Vivian Mueller. 17, found Sunday in the Coulee area southwest of the city, lias revealed no signs o! foul play. An HCMP official said the body of the Letlibridge girl, who had been missing since Dec. 11, had been examined and x-rayed in Letlibridge anil parts of "it had teen forwarded to the RCMP Crime Labora- tory in Edmonton lor further study. RCMP are uncertain how the girl arrived in the coulee area A date for an inquest has no been set, pending the return o results from Edmonton. Trustees School Trustees' implemented Jly RUDY IIAUCKNKDEK Herald Stall Writer Vlhcrta's education system he in for a massive ange if resolutions adopted Zone (j (southern Alberta) of e Alberta sedation a province-wide scale. Trustees attending the l.eth' idge meeting Monday ey must find better and ic'aper educational systems lo irvivc. Unless school trustees tar.c a adership role in solving some the problems in education and thereby improving the ef- 8 FIRE DAMAGE No injuries and an estimated 000 damage resulted from a fire of undetermined origin at the home of Robert Long, 1613 17th Ave. S. The slarted shortly after 7 p.m. and was ballled by 15 f.re- 'figlllers using three pumper trucks the fire damage was contained i and living room floor above it. A firs officiol saic i a basement room Kerber Photo Summer youth projects -appr- NO INSURANCE William Mac-Ronald, 113 101 St. S., and Allen Block of Ca gary, were the first lo lie fincc S250 each in I.ethbridge magis (rate's court for driving an un insured motor vehicle, whe ttiey pleaded guilty lo th charge this morning. By RICHARD BURKE Herald Staff Writer A list of youth projects for the summer was approved by city council Monday after re- solutions to exclude a youth hostel and YMCA program from the list were defeated. Alderman Vera Ferguson submitted the original motion, saying she is "tired of catering an ungrateful youth." The object of Aid. Ferguson's e was the drop-in centre at enlral School and the way it js been handled. An inspection sheet categonz- ng the damage at the Central chool illustrates; "Hoiisckeep- _ deplorable; waste con _ ers _ jt appears the whole "lilding has been used; con Iruclion interior being torn parl; general condition loor." Aid. Ferguson said Ihe Ccn ral School has served not a a drop-in centre but a "ccp-ov centre." "Are we really doing the yout of this city any good by glvin them The Central School is no- closed, H o w e vcr, accommodation will be provided elsewhere fi both the centre and 11 youth hostel, if that program continued by the federal govern ment. Council was split on whelh EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR SHOE REPAIR MIKE HANZEL 317 7lli STREET SOUTH not the youth hostel should, grams this summer. There win included in this year's plans, be worth of general im The hoslel will be located in -ovements lo e city hall annex, which is to the centre for all youth pro- Summer program is on The 1972 community summer rogram was approved by city ouncil Monday. The program will directly jdministered by the com munity services department ind will cost an estimated roo. Several special courses wn ue offered, including horseman ship children's chorus, indoor and outdoor games (from arch cry to track and camp ing and hiking and canoeing. Three playground centre will be in operation, at Nor bridge Park, Henderson Par and tiie Civic Centre sport field. Fun Club centres will alo b set up at Ridean Court, Lak view Park, Kiwanis Park an Gyro Park. The Bowman Arts Centre wi be the location for a prograr of arts, crafts, music an drama, sponsored by the Allic Arts Council. the building and lowers installed at a cost of 00. Communily services diector oh liartlett told council the ocal hostel should evolve from "place for troubled, transient to a hostel for recrea- on types. He said, "We can be assured, we have a hostel, organized roups will come lo visit it." Cily Manager Tom Nutting dded, "We are looking at an ntirely different group of peo- 3le (to use the hostel) than be- ore." The drop-in centre, as part o he YMCA youth project, wil ikcly be located at the Adams 'ark Ice Cenlre. A "coffee louse group" will be given space in the city hall annex. Several projects have bee set up for the Student Tempor ary Employment Program which is funded by the provin cial government. Provision ha been made to hire 20 studenl for museum cataloguing an artifact storage; surveying tl city's golf needs; planning an developing horse trails; devc opment of a nature area in 1 dian Battle I'ark, and catalo uing city porks and building and their uses. Approval of th project has yet to come fro the province. educational systems throufiti measurable objectives in the improved they; form of a statement of thL lace gradual takeover of re- knowledge and skills expected, sponsibilities by the province, jthe trustees urged. Improved management prac- j interested segments of tices would increase the possi- 1 1 1, c educational community bilitics of producing "tangible i should tie involved in develop- resulls which could be shown1 to the public." ing testing and measuring in- struments' which would validly more i reliably assess the growth Trustees must place _, ._ emphasis on accounting for the jn siudcnts of knowledge and money they spend. Accountability for al spending is tiie growth in knowledge and skill, for shaping the which, the trustees said, measurable. "Each course currently au- thorized by the department o: and inereny impiuvuiR iuu t.- n.u........ ectiveness and efficiency of education should have a set of j Trustees must n School boards can no longer gel the money Ihcy want by jusl asking for it, Haralcl Ciun- derson, president of the Alberta School Trustees Association said in Lethbridgo Monday. In order to get money, trus- lecs will have to outline what Ihe role of the school should be definite goals Office space for pportunities for Youth pro- ds will also be provided by e community services ric- irtment in the city nail an- ex. West side .11 hassle An invoice from Inierform banning and Design Ltd., forni- r consultants for West Lcth- ridge development, is being lisputecl by the city. Instruction came from cit, :ouncil Monday that the firm ue paid no more than tb already paid, until a de ailed invoice is received. Intcrform sent an invoice I the city for City Manager Tom Nuttin told council the invoice was i detail, accounting for 352 hour of work- in preparing terms o reference for tenders on devc opment of the west side. 'We don't, believe h said. Justification of the paymen should be made on the basis c objectives, "which have falle far Mr. Nutting said. A report on those accomplis menls will have to be filed wi tiie city before any more mom is paid to Interform. and establish and objectives. before southern Al- >rfa school trustees, Mr. Gun- erson said he doubled whether y school board could eurrent- cleiirly outline what its roles nid objectives are. "The power of local school rds is being eroded by se- (provincial) government" nd the remaining power can only survie if trustees come p with the answers lo the romcms of schools." The problem of financing ed- caiion should be met head on f trustees. Mr. Gunderson said educa- on is the "honing of the mind" and tills may have been ost to some degree because chools arc "diluting" their suspects. However, Thieves bleed City police are investigating an overnight break-in at which thieves left their caling card a blood-stained, broken window pane. About in assorted food stuffs and minor vandalism oc- curred when Ihieves broke into Lelhbridge Farmers Market, 111 7th St. S., after breaking two back windows to open a door. Police suspect two thieves took part in the break-in which was discovered by a beat con- stable at about 3 a.m. ___ the implementation of a provincial retail sales tax lie the. best way of (airly distributing education costs. He charged school boards arc failing in many areas including educational research. A comprehensive educational rcsearcii system should be adopted by" school trustees to get Ihe maximum use of Ihe dollars and facilities currently available. He urged trustees to come up with some of rising questions in todays school system or face gradual central takeover of trustee functions by Ihe provin- cial government. .skills." education-] TllPrc js public pressure for same as scllool lo take on more basic attitudes of students to- wards social values. The trustees said school :1 announce their accepl a respon- sibility for shaping Ihe atti- tudes" of students according to patterns "developed by public advisory boards." Boards should evaluate pro- grams by looking at the results obtained' by the programs be- ing financed. Among actual school changes resolved to be brought before an emergency provincial ASTA meeting in June were: School boards should grad- ually rearrange the organiza- i tion'al structure in its schools so from teachers and gradually move to learning from books, charts, films, diagrams, televi- Teachers should move to specialist work such as testing and measurement, curriculum guidance and counselling, group discussion, administra- 'ion, media and technology and others. _ School hoards should grad- ually rearrange the organize- lional structure in their schools so that students can actually progress through (he various courses according to their abili- ties and aptitudes. The reorganization proposed by the trustees could be phased programs by offering too large i variety of courses. Education costs must be able o sland under public scru- ny. uonai siruciuie in us jv lie predicted thai the provin- suidents cease to learn cial 30 mill residentai lax base supporting school costs will be done away with by 1973 and cnarls muis, u..iyn..j, that a new cos! structure will sjolli models and real life. have to be developed. This could be done through in- creased monies from the prov- oil and gas industry, he Mr. Gunderson in over period. minimum five-year New exhibition building design, soon i ..j.i n._ n t-cni-'i'llilMl t CANCER'S 7 The Canadian Cancer Society ecominends these Seven Safc- uards to help prevent cancer; everybody Have a regu- ar medical check-up; don't moke cigarelles; have your ientist check for unusual con- ditions; arrange with your doc- or for a bowel-examination; ivoid excesil've exposure lo iimlight. 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The facility to be conslrudc will total square feet in ara, and will actually he an ex pansion of (be agricullura ex liihition space. Payment of the building is somewhat more complicated than asking for a loan and then repaying it, said Mr. Andrews. The exhibition association is made up of (be toard of direc- tors with IS representatives. These men arc elected from the general membership in the association of shareholders who have paid a SIO fee for a share and the right to vote al the annual meetings. "When the present exhibition pavilion was built in 1961, Ihe association received an annual grant from the provin- cial said Mr. An- drews. "From this grant, the asso- ciation pays for the principle nd interest on the money bor- owed lo construct the building. "This amounted to rom the granl each car." Mr. Andrews said the asso- ialion requested and received rom liie provincial government in increase lo in the an- mal grant for Ihe purpose of laying for the new facility. This annual payment of toward the loan frcrr he federal government will continue until it is paid off. The new facility will be built on the norhlwcst end o the present pavilion, facing Ihe main gate entrance. Mr. Andrews said the build- ing will be attached lo the pre- sent pavilion, hut the board doesn't know whether it will be constructed of metal or con- crete. Included in the plans for the new facility is an ice facility. Mr. Andrews said the plans call or the artifictl ice making lipcs lo be installed in (lie cc- ncnt floor of the new part at this stage of development to save money in the long run. He said Ihe board hasn't made any plans for an ice plant at this time. TJiere will he a slight in- crease in (he permanent staff al the exhibition pavilion and there is an additional kitchen and cafeteria planned for fu- ture use. No additional scaling is in eluded in the plans. 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