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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CHARTER Calgary 21 days Depart Dec. 17th roturn Jan. 7th Only plus Cancellation Insurance Please book before Sept. 17th ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 The Lcthbridge Herald SECOND SECTION August 1973 PAGES 11 TO 13 lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall 'Alberta Phone 328-7411 CHAIRS Balloons signal opening celebration Schools soul searching k_ By .mi GRANT Herald Staff Writer What is the purpose of That is the question the public school board and its administrators are asking. Dr. Gerry Probe director of personnel and material re- sources for the claims the system has never pinned down its objectives and has based its role on the theory that it's the job of the system teach If the only objective of the school system is to teach stu- dents then what is the basis of he asks. you base it on the num- ber of diplomas handed out or on how effectively they go through He suggests the system's ob- FACTS OF LIFE MILTS THE Crrv. IT LCCATFP IN PCPCO AXO WILMIMC.ION WHICH ACE. APARV US ANGELES. Do you need to This make just 1 stop and get every- thing you need at Competitive prices at SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 7th Street South Phone 328-2301 jeclives must be more speci- fic than that if it is to gauge bow close it's coming to ac- romplishing its objectives. As an aid in establishing the public system is gradually adopting the man- agement by objectives con- cept of administering school says Dr. Probe who attended a conference on the concept earlier this month. Management by objectives U of L e centre meet Sept. 4 An organizational meeting between parents interested in having their children attend the U of L day care centre and day care staff has been set for Sept. 4. The U of L day care cen- j sponsored by Student's j Society provides child care facilities for the of students and staff of the university. The 2 p.m. meeting in the child care centre building will allow parents to register their children. The centre is ex- pected to open Sept. 5 BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. Certified Dental CUFF SLACK DENTAL LABfl MtDICAl DENTAL BLDG. lower lavtl PHONE 357-2822 THE IMAGINARY INSOMNIAC Researchers are putting together sleep data that is dispelling old notions and helping doctors to guide patients with sleep difficulties. Studies of sleeping subjects and analysis of their brain wave patterns show that there are gray periods of many shades between being fully awake and deeply asleep. The imaginary insomniac for arises in the morning with the sensation of not having slept at all and is very tired. it is possible for the physician to show this imagnary insomniac that he spent a night punctuated by frequent periods of light sleep on the border of waking. is a system that establishes common then gives the responsibility and authority them to those v.'ho must do the work with the necessary as- sistance and management support. system is based on the principle that individuals are more motivated if they have the opportunity to use their own creativity and initiative he says. He claims the concept is not a gimmick. is a better method of educating because it makes greater use of the abilities of the people in the INPUT FEEDS IDEA The concept thrives on in- put and feedback from all levels of the school incluciig students and the public. The input and feedback gives the school board gui- dance and but at the same time doesn't pre- vent the board from making its own decisions on school matters. No matter what goals the school system eventually adopts and what methods it uses to obtain the goals the end result should be a school that students want to attend. Dr. Probe suggests. In order to establish the ob- jectives of the system some people in responsible positions will have to go through an attitude change. Instead of just informing others cf what programs they must imple- they'll have to work with others in the system to create and develop the pro- he says. For the management by ob- jectives concept to function the co-operation of everyone in the system is needed and the objectives will have to be continually re- he claims. talking about a two to three year development period before the manage- ment by objectives concept can be fully Dr. Probe doesn't know of any other school system that has implemented the but several are considering it. Huge balloons with the letters T-a-b-e-r on them floaied over the new 1own airport during opening cele- brations Sunday. The balloons were released by including Highways Minister Clarence Copi- far and Taber Mayor Arthur to Mr. Copithorne. Jousters filmed here for TV series in U.S. A group of jousters from which appeared at the ninth annual Rotary Club horse show over the is likely to appear on a half-hour syndicated TV series shown in the United Stffles this fall. The members of Medieval a Van- couver based are be- ing filmed for the show Thrill Seekers by Four Star Pro- ductions of Hollywood. Film- ing next to the Stewart Game Farm started Thursday and was completed Friday after- neon. Specialist in soils appointed A new Alberta soils special- ist has been located at Leth- bridge. Hank van der Pluym. who. has worked for three years vith the Alberta Department of the Environment on soils and ground water invebtiga- tional will work through the Lethbrdge regional agri- cultural offices at the Leth- bridge Community College. He will be working on the dryland salinity prob- lem in Southern Alberta which is affecting acres and increasing about 10 per cent each year. He will also be responsi- ble for soil conversation study relating to wind drift- ing and soil fertility on irri- gated and dryland crops. About 10 minutes of film will be used on the shown primarily on NBC-TV. The firm shoots sequences from many sports including motorcycle and auto racing Music teacher workshop set A three-day workshop for conducted by Robin principal of the Victor- ia conservatory of will be held on the Univer- sity of Saskatchewan. Regina Sept. 16 to 13 The workshop is being pre- sented by the department of extension in co-operation with the Regina Campus depart- ment of music. Besides administering the Victoria with an enrolment of Mr. Wood has continued to per- form solo and chamber mu- sic and two-piano music with his wife Winifred Scott. As an adjudicator and ex- aminer he has travelled throughout countries includ- ing West Singapore and the United Kingdom. Workshops will deal with the compositions of Schumann and Cho- pin. Optimism flows at new Taber airport By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER The release of five large helium-filled bal- loons into the blue yon- der'' and an inaugural flight of participating dignitaries via Time Air Ltd. aircraft from Lethbridge marked the official opening Sunday of Ta- ber's new municipal licensed airport. The airport is capable of handling any two-engined air- craft. It is feat long and 75 feet wide. The in assorted drifted up to show spectators the letters TABER. not necessarily in that order. They -were set free by Clar- ence Copithorne. highways and transport Taber Mayor Arthur H. Avery. Ta- ber MD Reeve Clarence M. Jesperson and Sabe Lan- tinga of the federal ministry of transport in Edmonton. Al- bsrta Aviation Council mana- ger Fred G. Winters of Ed- monton was also on hand. The visiting dignitaries spoke brief congratulations to the large crowd gathered at the airport. It is situated four miles north of the town. Each expressed hope that the provision of air transpor- tation here would add impetus to industrial and rscreational development of the area. Medicine Hat Member of Parliament Bert Werner provincial as- sistant deputy minister of ag- and Travel Alberta manager Don Hayes also had comments of optimism for the future development of th-3 air- port and the district served. Rev. Don O'Dwyer of the Roman Catholic Church offer- ed a. dedication prayer at the airport at 7 a.m. The airport opening mark- ed the occasion of Taber's first fly-in -which attracted some 50 light aircraft. Mrs. Alice Booth of Airdrie won a trophy for being the first pilot and the first woman pilot to land during the morn- ing. She arrived before 7 a.m. Gerry Weems of St. Albert took the trophy for the great- est distance floivn. Bus service provided by the local Air Cadets and the Taber on a shuttle carried ths visitors to and from the Taber Com- munity Centre auditorium where they enjoyed a robust country breakfast. Coffee was served at the ail-port. After the official ceremony about 40 officials and commit- tee people were guests of the town nnd the Taber MD at a luncheon. Films were shown and short tours taken of the Ta- ber Community Centre. Special guest Mrs. Berna- dette wife of form- er industrial co-ordinator the late Omer T. Malo. was on hand. Mr. Malo was the per- son who initiated the airport project and a driving force to its realization beford hie death. Collision kills 3 in Peace district By THE CANADIAN PRESS Three Alberta residents were killed in one accident Sunday as at least 10 persons died in accidents on the Prai- ries during the weekend. A Canadian Press survey from 6 p.m. Friday to mid- night Sunday night local times showed Alberta with five Manitoba with four and Saskatchewan -with one. Nine of the deaths occur- red in traffic. At Valleyview. Pat and Pierre Joach- im. both of and Raymond of Narn- died when two trucks col- lided in the community about 60 miles east of Grande Prai- rie. Kenneth Chris of died when a tractor-trailer unit he was op- erating overturned on a dirt road near an Ed- monton suburb. Betty 63. of died Saturday when struck by a vehicle at an intersec- tion in northwest Calgary. Three persons were killed Saturday when a car hit a concrete abutment and burn- ed at a Pembina highway un- derpass in south Winnipeg. Their names were not re- leased. John C. Neufeld of the Sim- area died when a feed auger he was operating struck an overhead electrical lines. He was electrocuted. Terrenee N. Fink. 20. of died Satur- day when his car struck the rear of a semi-trailer truck near Regina. July quiet for fewer accidents July was a comparatively quiet month for city according to their legular statistical report for that ri inth. Criminal cases decreased from 422 June to 361 in July. No serious violent crimes were reported. Complaints received and in- vestigated during July totall- ed down 323 from June. A total of 195 traffic accidents were reported in as compared to 224 in June. July accidents resulted in and 49 compared to June's totals of in property damage and 56 in- juries. Insp. W. O. West of the traffic branch reports that complaints of noisy and speeding cars are numerous. The public can assist in abat- ing these Insp. West by reporting incidents along with license plate num- bers and other appropriate information. AKROYD'S HEATING AND GASFITTING 24-HOUR SERVICE WORK New Phona 328-2106 Driving Lessons By the Hour Phone 327-1241 ABC DRIVING ACADEMY pick you up in the cityl WATCH OUT FOR THE SUN SOME HELPFUL ADVICE Just because it's cloudy it doesn't mean you are safe. Clouds screen out light but burning rays can get to your skin. A tropical sun can burn with twice the in- tensity that the sun can in a northerly area. DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN FREE CITY WIDE DELIVERY GEORGE RODNEY Haig Medical Bldg. 401 5th St. S. 601 6th Ave. S. Free Delivery Call 328-613.1 Call 327-3364 ASTRO ______REALTY LTD. we sold a home let us sell yours. PHONE 328-7748 AIR CONDITION NOW with thi ROUND ONE by Carrier ALCON REFRIGERATION LTD. SHEET METAL and AiR CONDITIONING E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX DfNTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Denial ftldg. Phone 327-6565 DR. R. S. FABBI OPTOMETRIST 314 8th Street South APPOINTMENTS PHONE 327-3331 3M-Manual Dry Photo Copiers COPIER THAT DOES IT in quality It makes copies better than bigger units It makes a completely dry copy It copies virtually anything It handles any original up ta It makes gummed labels It makes overhead projection irons- parencies It laminates It's virtually service free From Availabla new at CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAl MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg 222 Sfh St. S. Phone 328-4095 Super GENERAL ELECTRIC H.C.D. 2 HAIRSETTER Light Indicates when unit is ready to use. Complete with 12 tangle-free rollers Compact cir- cular cose. Convenient for storage or travel. Blue col- or. Reg. 14.88 Special Call Housewares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN er c BMfMUK 497-dCOI THE AUCTION BLOCK 2508 -2nd AVE. N. LICENSE 1553 REGULAR TUESDAY EVENING SALE August 28th 6.30 p.m. Along with our usual regular fine selection of household and we with to the if DROP LEAF SINGLE DRAWER TEA WAGON Walnut Stain SINGLE WHEEL UTILITY TRAILER if THREE H.P. MINI-BIKE In good running order if SET OF 5 MATCHING BRENTWOOD CHAIRS if LOVELY 4-PIECE WHITE AND GOLD BEDROOM SUITE if FINE ASSORTMENT OF DRESSERS AND CHESTS Plus many more items toe numerous to list welcome consigned goodi a.m. to p.m. Monday thru Saturday Pick-tip service for consigned goods available. Phone 327-3222 JOHN BEREZAY Lie. No. 903 ;