Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tliutidoy, December 2, 1771 THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID The Kehewin Indian reserve problem Aleacher without students ST. PAUL, Alia. (CP) a girl had had There must he having the department make heavy investments For nine weeks, examined and glasses schools al the Sumal was a kindergarten teacher without students. "It gels lonely just She didn't want her name used "It's she said (he while man integrate with Uie Indian. Why can't w'lito children come growth in our community." 'liie Chipewyan tribe said Indian children have all said Mrs. Sumal, her confinement to the into town who came to Canada two years ago from "Mother doesn't like it and I'd like lo be hack Chipewyan tribe at Cold Lake said it wants "a we have been half-accepted and told by school When things are normal, she takes care of about 20 four- and five-year-old children in a small But the Kehewin reserve, which has its own school bus co-operative, had stopped education for our children, one Ural respects Indi-anncss, one that relates closely to our social and liiat they are only interested in taking our well-behaved children." The Indians want to be school on the Kehewin Indian reserve 145 miles northeast of Edmonton. She lost her students the bus that could normally take her lo a Grade class in Bonnyville, 25 miles to the problems." "We have our community to develop. We're not in the planning of any new schools and to make up their own 13 when parents on the NEW hewin, Cold Lake and Saddle Lake reserves started a school boycott to hack Indian affairs department has approved construction of a new school at surface heal mands for better living conditions and education on the reserves. All but a handful a four-room unit wilh a gymnasium that would take in students more than 600 students were kept out school through Grade J. Rullcr, district YORK (AP) lunar migni convince i 1 1 The IC5 students on the for administration working with of a need to revise hewin reserve returned said the money by radio from on how the moon and 11 school Nov. 18 after lo come from say the lunar were Gordon Youngchicf portion of the generate more heat agreement with Indian a move opposed by previously Minister Jean Chretien at Alberta data came from imslcc meeting in Winnipeg. they don't inserted in a hole Saddle Lake pupils also went back. Mrs. Sumal, employed taken away from other native groups. The Cold Lake and feet deep in the moon's crust by the Apollo 15 astronauts during their mission raise DlSH the Bonnyville school reserves want Analysis of the is in her first year at that would a month and a half (CP) __ Public hewin. She said she found 1 to 12. The Cold Marcus Langseth of board trustees voted dian students "nice now has a University's L a m o n a jB from kindergarten Geological here but one of them says i B Al'hough the winters 5, while Saddle Palisades, N.Y., called won't accept it. cold, she likes Canada and has had no problem adjusting to a different way of life. TOILETS OUTDOORS The Indians want new, modern schools built on the reserves and Mrs. Sumal said she is in sympathy wilh their cause "to some extent." The Kehewin kindergarten lacks running water there is a well and pump outside a four-room school with a developed basement. Most of the older students from the reserves are taken by bus to schools in the nearby towns of Two Hills, St. Paul, Vilna, Spedden and Ash-mont. Mr. Chretien has estimated that the three new schools requested would cost million, money that his "one of tile more profound and surprising results" of the moon explorations. The information from the single lunar site indicated a heat flow of 0.8 millionths of a calorie a second, about half the average figure on earth. Langseth said. He said similar experiment at different moon sites are planned for future lunar a motion presented by H a r a 1 d Gunderson, trustees voted five to two for the raise with John Kusluier and John Curran in opposition. Mr. Curran said such a move should only be announced before an election, and a vote taken after the election. "I will decline during my term of office any increase Jf__ K TOYLAN is equipped with outdoor toilets. With no running water in their homes either, hasn't got. MANY DROPOUTS Louis McGilvery, acting chief of the Saddle Lake in an effort to determine the absolute heat flow of the moon's surface. Heat-flow measurement is honorarium." Board chairman Dcloy Sal-lenback's honorarium now is from ?375, while the Giant Et TH Sumal said the Indian there is a riant in determining trustees get TR dren find it difficult "to rate among of radioactivity in 1 clean and hard to go who go to crust and the rate increase will cost doors to the toilet in of radioactive a year, less In a clinic-trailer next to do we have so data obtained An Unbeatable Value At This Thursday, Friday and Saturday FOR SPECIALS TAKE ADVANTAGE ONLY WE CAN LOSE 2 PIECE SCARF AND Our Reg. Price 5.99 SPECIAL NAOLSON GOLDEN You give it all you've got. Molson Golden gives you all the good, smooth taste ydu deserve. It's the beer everyone enjoys. So get together... for a Molson Golden. 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