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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, December 4, 1970 FIRST WINNER Donna Hofer, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hofer of Stir- ling, is the first southern Alberta winner of a World Book Encyclopedia set through The Herald's daily feature column 'Ask Andy.' The answer to her question "Why do deer drop their antlers" appeared in Monday's Ask Andy column. Joe Balla, Herald managing editor, presents the World Book set to Donna in the above photo. Others in the photo are Mrs. Hazel McKenzie, southern Alberta zone manager for World Book, right, and Mrs. Marie Krahn, Lethbridge area manager. Value of planning stressed by Shorter By JIB! WILSON Herald Staff Writer EDMONTON There is no substitute for planning, accord ing to Larry Shorter, communi cations consultant for the Al berta education department. "There are a good number of things in the past that coult have been changed if there hat been some he saic here Thursday. "What we must do now is plan so we can change our futures." Mr. Shorter was speaking in an interview about the Con- gress on the Future: Educa- tion, a two-day conference thai opened today to consider fore- casts on Alberta's social, poli- tical, and economic futures and the populations that will be in- volved. MCCfJ onut ATTENTION CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS Special Rates ON BULK ORDERS Placs your orders by phoning 327-6312 or 327-4228 WE DELIVER During an informal gather- ing after registration Thursday night, Air. Shorter presented a multi-media program to 300 delegates. It was designed, he said, to get "a gut reaction from the and put them in a Cadet news A combined parade will bi held at Kenyan Field Armories at tonight for the Navy League Corps No. 50 and thi Navy League Wrenette Corps No. 26. The wrenette corps was firsl in Alberta and second in Can- ada last year in national com- petitions. The cadet corps was first in Alberta and third in Canada in similar national competitions. Tonight's parade, to which cadets and wrenettes of lasi year are invited, along with parents, will also feature the presentation of awards to cad- ets who have been promoted to a higher rank. Postal business Business conducted at the >thbridge post office during November increased more than .2 per cent to this year, "rom in 1969. The amount 'epresehts the sale of postage stamps, postage meter settings and cash receipts for mail post- ed. A.N.A.F. NOTICE of GENERAL MEETING Monday, Dec. 7th 8 p.m. IN CLUB ROOM A.N.A.F. ASSOCIATION frame of mind for the work o the congress. The presentation used color ed, flashing lights, films froi several projectors overlappin along one wall, music and few brief comments from Mr Shorter. One film showed a dramati representation of the rapidly multiplying population of th world, another scene from th history of Alberta including epidemics, poverty and th growing pollution problem all of which might have been prevented in some measure by better planning for the futan in the past. Today, keynote speaker War ren Ziegler of Syracuse, N.Y opened the morning sessions His topic, the future of educa tion: who speaks for mankind? is designed to provide a basis for sessions by researchers who have been making projec tions on what is likely to hap- pen in the next 30 years in Al berta. Later today, Dr. Donald Sea stone, University of Calgary economics professor, will pro- vide economic, population and industrial forecasts for Alberta until 2005. Forecasts on sociological lends will be given by Dr. Harold Dyck, director of Ed- monton's Wcstride Institute. Saturday, Dr. Harold Baker of the resources research coun- cil will speak on the needs of ndividuals and author Pierre Burton will be guest speaker at the closing luncheon. Business jottings Cablevision Lethbridge Ltd. is to hold open house Saturday at 2-5 p.m. for its new facilities at 1018 3rd Ave. S. The public is invited to attend. MIDLAND'S Merry Christmas Remote LISTEN TO CJOC FOR ON-THE-SPOT SPECIALS ORLON FUR PILE SEAT COVERS Available for all cars. Many colors to choose from. Reg. 11.95. MERRY CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Educating adults said first step in tackling drug abuse problem Tlie drug abuse problem in Lellibridge should be tackled from the aspect of educating adults, the Lethbridge and Dis- trict Region Mental Health Planning Council is to be ad- vised by a committee in- vestigating the problems. It is to be suggested that through the council's facilities, programs of Educating adults on the use and abuse of drugs should be followed. After a SVi-hour meeting College leaders take steps to assure extra activities The Lethbridge Comnui n i t j College is taking steps to as sure tliat its students do not lose out in the variety of extra- curricular activities open to them now in co-operation with the University of Lethbridge when the U of L moves to its own campus next fall. At present the college de- pends on the university for non- credit courses and club activ- ities in ceramics, painting, dan- cing, singing, drama, band some sports and a number of other leisure activities. "Our students will be short- changed in these areas when the university leaves unless we start now to provide LCC President Dr. C. D. Stew- art told the regular college board of governors meeting Wednesday. He said he supported all moves to organize the activ- ities as soon as practical, in areas where sufficient interest shiran by students and fa- culty. One area of particular inter- est already discussed by the board is choral music, and the L.CC school of liberal education s planning to offer a n this case for credit with Anne Campbell as instructor. Doug Alston, director of the school, reported to the board he course will cost about 650 including a fee for Mrs. Education officials transferred E. F. Bardock, a department of education superintendent for !ie County of Vulcan, is to be ransferred to the Lethbridge regional office. Mr. Bardock was one of seven such transfers an- nounced Thursday by Robert Clark, Alberta education min- ister. Dr. E. K. Hawksworth, direc- .or of field services for the de- lartment, said the transfers represent part of an orderly movement o department-ap- jpinted superintendents to re- jional offices. A provision of the new School .ct requires school boards to appoint local superintendents. Campbell and her accompanist, and purchase of sheet music. Mr. Alston also circulated a questionnaire to find the inter- est in various other programs now sponsored primarily by the U of L. Heavy interest was shown in ceramics, painting, dance, singing and drama. The college will likely estab- lish non credit activities pro- grams in these areas, and at Don Livingstone's suggestion, will also take prospective new faculty members' special ex- perience hi extra curricular and artistic activities into ac- count. Thursday, the committee coi eluded there is as much a prcli lem with adults using alcoht and drugs check a medicine as there i with j'oulli and drugs. The committee was genera ly of the opinion that the firs probfem to be tackled is com miinication largely com munication between parent and their children, teacher and their students, counsellor and youth and adults alike. It was also felt that whili there is a vast supply o pamphlets available on d r u i abuse, many are erroneous and the valid ones are not ting to the people who need them most. A program of personal con tact, between older and young er generations, was suggestec as a means of adult education The committee also felt then is a need for an informal group of individuals to get out and learn what is happening in the community at the grass roots level and to impart this infor mation to groups and other in dividuals who might be able to Electronic music., film subject Electronic music, with its re- liance on the tape recorder, computer and sound synthe- sizer, will be the subject of a film at the fourth noon-hour Seal drive at 65 per cent The Lethbridge Kinsmen's. TB Christmas Seat Fund drive has reached 65.2 per cent of the objective. Contributions for the same period last year amounted to In 1968 had been collected at this date and the total in 1967 was a record 149. recital this year by the Univer- sity of Lethbridge music de- partment. Tlie session will be held Tues- day in Room 11 of the class- room building. The film, introduced by Dean Blair, associate professor of music, features Professor Mil- ton Babbit of Princeton Univer- sity and his discussion of elec- tronics as one of the latest new mediums of musical expres- UFT MUCH Diving swiftly and striking with great force, harpy eagles can kill and lift to then- nests animals that weigh as much as they do. ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS and DOORS FREE FESTIMATES JONES ROOFING Phone 328-5745 Lethbridge JVOTJCE: THE MEN'S CLUB TO ST. PETER AND ST. PAUL'S CHURCH Will Sponsor A WEEKLY BINGO COMMENCING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8th IN THE PARISH HALL DOORS OPEN 7 P.M. BINGO AT 8 P.M. PERSONS UNDER 16 NOT ALIOWEDI do something about the various problems as they arise. Drug use and abuse is a so rial, physical and moral prob lem, a member of the commit tee concluded. Of paramoim importance are the social aw physical aspects. Mayor knee Mayor Andy Anderson is in he Lethbridge Municipal Hos- >ital today with torn ligaments n one knee. The injury resulted when the mayor slipped, twisting his leg. He is expected to be in hos- pital about one week. Work on water main moves ahead A water main from 3th St. and 13th Ave. N. to the ite of a proposed reservoir at 27th St. and 14th Ave. N. is now about 75 per cent completed. About feet of water main will be needed for the en- ire job. The reservoir, which will serve the industrial park area, s planned for next year. NEW ItADIO ACTOR Jack Warlnirton, currently taking secondary role in the Lethbridge Musical Theatre production of My Fair Lady, has been signed liy the CBC for his first ra- dio part. Mr. Warburton, who has appeared in numerous lo- cal musical and dramatic productions, i n c 1 n d ing fho award-winning Tlie Hostage, is to play a lead in the radio adaptation of A Matter of Grave Importance by Dublin writer Michael Judge. The play will ue heard Dec. 21 at p.m. on the national CBC network, including CBR for Southern Alberta lis- eners. MEANT SUBMISSION The custom of wearing the vedding ring on ths bride's left and originally was meant to mply submission to the hus- and in an age when the right and stood for power and au- thority. Congratulations to CABLEVISION On the Occasion of the Opening of Their New CABLE TV BASE OF OPERATIONS At 1018 Srd.Avenue South CORNATION FARMS LTD. PRESIDENT LEO SINGER SECRETARY ART DORIGATT! TREASURER BOB PARSONS PEN la AND OFFICIAL OPENING VANITY MIRRORS HAND SPOTLAMP ROOF TOP SKI CARRIERS..........only g. 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