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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Bctombor 1, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO 5 Crowsnest school board approves fall institute COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The board of trustees of the Crowsnest, Pass School Divi- sion, npcn recommendation of superintendent of schools Paid K- Zubick, approved the request of. the professional development foundation and the administra- tors group to holt! the fall insti- tute for the 90 division teachers and administrators. Superintendent Zubick, in his marks to the assembled group, stated "it was really through circumstances and yowl Sa- maritan gesture that we cauie upon the idea of this institute. Because we found our coffers were depleted of funds, we had to send our teachers to var- ious workshops otistide of our jurisdiction, and (with tongue in cheek) Samarit a r. i s m, be- cause we felt obliged to pro- vide some work for the fellows from the Lethbridge Regional The institute was conducted by the consultants from the Regional Office and a member of the Winston Churchill High School Staff of Lcthbridye. The organization of the day's acti- vities was done by the mem- bers of the Crowsnest Pass Foundation Committee and the administration personel. It was conducted in the Crowsnest Consolidated High School am- phitheatre and several class- rooms. The morning sessions in- cluded language arts inter- mediate and junior high school led by Bernie Gommeringer of the regional office with Peter Fitzgerald of the MD McEach- ern school acting as recorder; Mathematics elementary school program led by Wilt Lencucha from the regional of- fice with Mrs. Joy Tarcon of the Coleman Central school a recorder; Social studies new approach to the subject on high school level led by Wen- del Mills ot Winston Churchill, recorded by Mrs. Ann Spatuk of the Crowsnest Consolidated High; science in the high schools led by Wally Hryciuk of the regional office with Rob- ert Franz of the Crowsnest Consolidated High as recorder Milk River UCW elects Mrs. Clelancl MILK RIVER (HNS) The November meeting of the Milk River United Church Women was held at St. Paul's United Church with Mrs. Robert John- ston and Mrs. Paid! Niggli us hostesses. Mrs. Hovey Reese gave i'he devotional based on a Christ- mas theme of "worthwhile giv- ing." The treas u r e r reported 3 bank balance of ?3i5S nf which was realized from the re- cent bake sale. Mrs. Ray Cleland was elect- ed president. Other officers: vice presi- dent, Mrs. Alva Bair; secre- tary, Mrs. Sonja Coleman; treasurer, Mrs. Ray Schmitt; program committee; Mrs. Ho- vey Reese and Mrs. Cliff Peter- son; supply and welfare; Mrs. Evelyn Bardell and Mrs. Rob- ert Johnston; card committee; Airs. Henry Schmitt and Mrs. Cliff Peterson. The Sunday School concert will be held Sunday, Dec. 19, at 3 p.m. This will be followed by a pot luck supper, spon- sored by the UCW. Kntertainment for the meet- ing was an African film por- traying the New Generation of Africa. It was filmed at Dakar. 40 tour factory PINCHER CREEK The In- dus trial Management Club, Foothills Chapter, loured the Canadian Sugar Factory at Pic- ture Bulle in conjimclion the November dinner meeting. About 40 members turned on! for the dinner held at Pineher Creek at the Hoyal Canadian Legion lounge. Following the d i n n n r the ir.omhers were bused to Pic- ture liutlc for the lour. The next mcc'.ing will lie lield Jan. 20 at Tin-lie Mountain. A father and son sports night banquet will be held featuring several local and national sports stars. Colin Preeco is in charge of the committee and will an- nounce shortly who the speak- ers will bo. Ken Pickle, chapter prr.'i ident, announced al. Ihe NYivom- brr meeting that the Chanter lias grown to nearly 7fl mem- bers from 2] firms in Ihe area from Cclcmau to Pincher Crook. and Instructional Media in the elementary schools was led by Cal Annis of the regional office with Mrs. Diane Stojak of the Horace Allen Elementary School acting as recorder. The afternoon session took the parallel format with De- velopmental Heading ap- proaches, techniques and re- sources k'd by Mr. Gommer- inger and recorded by Lucy Radulski of the Isabella Sellon Elementary Junior Secondary school; mafhemniics in High schools both enrichment and remediation led by Wilt Leu- cucha with Bruce Kutcher of the Consolidated High School as recorder; Social Studies and the elementary school teacher led by Wcndcl Mills with Grant Frier of the Horace Allen School as recorder; Science in the elementary schools was led by Mr. Hryciuk and recorded by Mrs. Joanne Grand of the Horace Allen School; Instruc- tional media in the secondary man of the professional de- velopment foundation, was re- corder. During the day, a team from the University of Lethbridge were stationed in the staff room where I hey presented the uni- versity's programm i n E and counselling services. Many of the local teachers took advan- tage of this opportunity to dis- cuss their own continuing edu- cation plans. Mr. Annis, speaking on be- half of the Regional office staff, expressed his pleasure at. hav- ing participated in the institute and at hearing of the plans for further activities in the school division. He felt he had heard good plans for (lie future from both Ihe teachers and superin- tendent. Superintendent Zubick, in his concluding remarks made the following observations, "from what I have observed and heard, this has been a profit- able endeavor. We will look for hope I neves' says 90-years-youn FORT MACLKOD Special j Albert (Grandpa J Mills recent- ly celebrated his 90th birthday it his homo in P.JiU'er Uidgc here, Jlis comment early in tlrj day was: "Well, I'm feeling and spry; have just been down the hall talking to tli-1 women. It's bad when ple of any age start to feel sorry for themselves. Ijots of j old people do. Sure hope I never get old.1' I The Jumbo Valley Prcbylcr j Jan Ladies Aid, with their lu schools was led by Mr. Annis more of the same in the fu- with Jerry Lonshnry of the j tnre. My personal hope is that Isabclle Sellon taking over as the teachers will seek more of recorder. j the in-depth study and acti- The entire group re-asscm bled in the amphitheatre to hear and witness the broader vities involving the regional of- fice staff." Principal of the Crowsnest aspects of the use of Jnslruc- Pass Consolidated High School tional media in the school pre- sented by Mr. Annis. Jerry Eejmati of the Crowsnest Con- solidated High School, chair- Eric Price voiced thanks to all persons who had con- tributed to the success of the institute. BOOST POOL FUND Bill Kundert, manager of Ihe Royal Bank al Blairmore, presents Bonnie Porter, Crows- nest Pass recreation director, with a cheque for as a contribution to the swimming pool fund. The fund is now only a few thousand dollars short of ils goal. Construct- ion on the pool is expected to begin in the near future. Decoux Photo. Coaldalc teacher Lo be honored COALDALE (HNS) Final I day at the John Davidson arrangements for the open School under the sponsorship of house honoring Mrs. Dorothy the school. A number of presentations will bo made to Mrs. Pickering and all interested persons are invited to attend. Pickering on her retirement from teaching for 31 years has been completed. The function will be held from seven to p.m. Satur- Convicted CRANBROOK (SpcuiaM Appearing in county court here before Judge Michelangelo Pro- venzano, Mrs. Phyllis Eliza- beth Aulis of Golden was con- victed of two charges. She was formerly employed by Columbia Valley Credit Union and was charged with theft of more in (lie period between May 1, 19GB, and April 30, 3970, then charged with defrauding the employer during the same period by fal- sifying records. She had been on bail since the charges were laid and the bail is continued pending sen- tence by Judge Provenzano Dec. 15. bijids and children, en me from Grmnun to entc-rlain Mr, Mills and oUier KUCKIS oE Ihe lodge. Rev. George i'dc-rs M llin singing before the children served ice cream and the wom- en cut into the two-tiered birth- day cake. Mr. Mills was born in Strat- ford, Ont., and came west to Ponoka when he 21. lie "enjoyed the picas uros of homesteading in that area.'' Mr. and Mrs. Mills