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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta CHRISTMAS HOCKEY SPECIAL CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS vs VANCOUVER CANUCKS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26lh Return Air Fare, Accommodation, Admission Only For reservations and information contact BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE Centro Village Phono 328-3201 or 328-8184 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The Letkbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbriclge, Alberta, Saturday, December 5, 1970 PAGES 17 TO 28 PLANNING A PARTY? SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITI 'Mfi'ity iktgkm {Special Prices on Bulk Orders) ERICKSEN'S 202] 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Flow of Oldman said adequate By STEVE BAREIIAM Herald Farm Writer F. A. Nelson, chairman of the Alberta Irrigation Projects As- sociation, has expressed con- cern over recent applications by the city Of Lethbridge for in- creased flows in the Old m a n River. Speaking at the annual meet- ing of ALPA Friday in Lethbridge, Mr. Nelson said the request is unnecessary because the present flow in the nver meets the city's requirements, and also that any increase would only serve to dilute pollu- tion. The city's request to govern- ment has been the cause of con- siderable controversy recently between the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission and the AJPA. The legal mininrum water flow in the river at present is 120 cubic feet per second, but an experiment proposed by the water resources division Of the Alberta department of agricul- ture asks that the PFRA ad- just the flows to 400 c.f.s. in the summer and 600 c.f.s. in the winter. Mr. Nelson said that dams within the St. Mary River Im gation District were built to irrigation. If any water is ta ken from storage, the use: whether a farmer or the cit; is subject to a water rate. JJ estimates it would cost the Cit of Lethbridge about per month for the proposed ii crease. A Lethbridge businessman re cently suggested that irrigatio districts were using river wa ter for irrigation purposes am by doing so cause a shortage o water in the river at Leth bridge. He ad'3cd that since th irrigation districts were contri buting to the problem of pollu tion by cutting the water sup- ply, they should be required tt help pay for pollution treat ment. "I hope this type of thinking -S not too common in Leth jridge, which prides itself on jeing the irrigation capital o Mr. Nelson said. T wonder how many busi nesses in the city owe their very existence to the income de- rived from irrigation, and wha >ercentage of their over al >usiness is derived from the arming areas in the south." Irrigation areas to receive funds It appears Alberta irrigation districts will finally receive fi nancial assistance from th federal government in the pro posed cost-sharing program. Speaking to about 80 dele gates attending the Alberta Ir rigation Projects Associat i o annual meeting Friday in Leth bridge, Bud Olson, federal min ister of agriculture, said fina details of the federal partiei pation should be available with in a month. He indicated the final deci- sion to be handed down by gov- ernment would involve several million dollars. The cost sharing program is contained in a brief which was prepared about one year ago by the AIPA, asking for federal assistance in financing much needed rehabilitation of I QUALITY DENTURE I CLINIC I EDDY DIETRICH I Certified Dental Mechanic I Capitol Furniture Bfda. PHONE 328-76841 Want To Crush the Smoking Habit? for easier than you thought possible? PRESENTING due to popular interest THE 5-DAY PLAN TO STOP SMOKING Group Therapy Sessions to p.m. EACH EVENING starting SATURDAY, DEC. S In the RECREATION HALL OF ST. MICHAEL'S SCHOOL OF NURSING 9fh Avenue S. us) cast of Street S. outmoded Alberta irrigation dis- tricts. Mr. Olson added that it is the federal government's inten- tion to do (he whole job on major irrigation structures, in- cluding engineering, financing and construction. There does seem, however, to be some discrepancy in the def- inition of major structures. As set down m Prairie Farm Re- habilitation Administration rul- ings, a major structure is one which costs in excess of or one which handles water at 50 cubic feet per second or more. Mr. Olson suggested that the definition set down by the PFRA, a federal body, may be subject to changes. Trap shoot set for Dec. 13 The Lethbridge Trap Club will hold its final registered rap shoot of the year on Sun- day, Dec. 13. and not this coni- ng Sunday as previonsly an- The shoot will start at 10 a.m., with three events: one lundred 16 yard targets; 100 landicap targets and 25 pairs of doubles. GRADUATE Wndstein son at Mr. anil Mrs. Allen Wadstcin, 1005 Scenic Drive (formerly of Pinchcr graduated recently from Hie RCMP training course at Rogina. He received his high school edu- cation in Pinchcr Creek. Constable Wadstein is now with the RCMP in Toronto. Final beet oayment Bud Olson, federal minister agriculture, announced in Friday that the fi- al payment on the 1969 sugar eet crop will be paid immedi- :ely. He said the additional money i be paid as a deficiency pay- tent would bring the total sub- dy for the year to Alberta producers will re- eive 82.3 cents per standard m as a payment, compared ith 79 cents to be paid produ- ers in other provinces. The 3.3- ent difference is accredited to :e higher sugar content of Al- erta sugar beets in that crop Jar. Tills final payment brings the ital subsidy per grower to er standard' ton, calculated on e base figure of per andard ton. Education in state of affairs' By JIM WILSON Herald Education Writer EDMONTON Education today is "in a disastrous state of it is not equipped to assist mankind to overcome the "catastrophic" future man- kind faces and it must now change radically if it is to be- come "an instrument for the survivability of humanity." In these frightening terms, futurologist Warren Ziegler, co- ordinator of the Syracuse Uni- versity Research Corporation's educational policy research centre introduced a potential future for Albertans in the year 2005. He was speaking to 250 invit- ed delegates to the Congress on the Future Education, co- COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 ]liinook here or awhile A reprieve for Southern Al- bertans suffering through an early whiter cold snap has apparently been granted by Old Man Winter. The long awaited Chinook, predicted Friday, was blowing over the city this morning, about feet off the ground. At that time, with ground temperatures hovering near zero, readings upstairs in the Chinook were in the 20s. The new weather station at Waterton recorded readings this morning nearing the 30 above mark while Lethbridge residents were still coping with below zero temperatures. Temperatures of 20 to 30 above today should continue a least through Sunday. The weather office says tomorrow may even be a little warmer The winds, of course, will be from the west, strong am gusty. PHONE 'N' EAT Tantalizing Chinese Food Lotus Sunshine Fried Chicken Delivered to your door steaming hot. No extra charge for orders over Just Call I AT I If Across 327-0240 I I I I I I from the or 327-2297 L V I M J CPR Depot Open Weekdays 7 a.m. 2 a.m. Sundays II a.m. 9 p.m. sponsored by the Worth Com- mission on educational D I a li- ning and (he Alberta Human Resources Research Council. "Educators, g o v e r nine leaders, parents, teachers adults look almost exclush ly to the past to discover t values, beliefs and skills whi educational systems inculca into the Mr. Ziegl said. "Education is a specialize and powerful instrument socialization by which we a tempt to impose the past upi our childrens1 future." He said the time has com for education to start instea looking at the present and th future, to see what their ch; dren's real needs are in educ: tion, in recognition of the fo lowing highly probable scie tific developments before 199C Demonstration of tec niques by which sex of babie may be pre chosen with per cent accuracy, forcing change in family; Availability of cheap non narcotic drugs for the purpos of producing specific changi in personality characteristics Laboratory creation of a artificial and reproducing lif form; Specific knowledge of ho to stimulate children's mentc growth and development their maximum potential; Development of a "huma clone" the nucleus of ovum is removed and replace by a special cell of any huma 3eing, allowing development an identical twin lo the perso supplying the cell resnltin, n the possibility of, say, a: army of identical Einsteins, o Titters'; Use of radio stimulation o he brain to control human be mvior directly and totally; Human parthogenesis, In which the female ovum is stim ulated into reproduction with out the need for fertilization- he sole parent is the mother 'If these don't represen drastic changes, and indicat he need for radical changes u our education system to allow us to cope with a whole set o new realities, we're not think Mr. Ziegler saic Before 1980, computers wil have advanced to the poin where they can actually rea son, scoring up to 150 points on standard IQ tests, he said. Knowledge will continue to increase in an ever rate, Mr. Ziegier said, but "what of wisdom? In recent times we have not relied on education to produce practical wisdom. "But now we are in desperate need of practical wisdom to cope with our future, and the disaster of education in today's world is that it has ap- parently lillle present capacity as a system to produce wis- dom." Constant, inventive planning is needed today to allow edu- cation to gain ground in its search for future relevance, and in order to give children the opportunity to cope with living, he said. As partial steps toward solu- tions, lie suggested more pub- lic participation in designing educational goals, with full rec- ognition of both the results of leaving education as it is, and of changing it and thus, chang- ing the social attitudes of the students. Planning must range over many years, not just the next two or three, or it will be caught flat footed with chang- es it did not anticipate already being a reality. The system of planning must be flexible, since it is based essentially on intuition and guesswork, and as life changes, so must education change. "Who speaks for Ihe future of mankind here in Alberta? If you will not begin, then who Congress branded as p.r. gimmick CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 MOVING? CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES EDMONTON Congress on the Future Education, is a nicely packaged public rela- tions gimmick offering partici- pants no opportunity to offer their proposals on future needs for education, about 25 per cent of conference delegates de- cided Friday. They held a special break- away meeting during the eve- ning sessions of the congress, co-sponsored by the Worth commission o h educational planning ard the Alberta Hu- man Resources Research Council, to plot a course of ac- tion for Saturday's conference sessions. About 250 Albertans are at- tending the conference, and 67 met separately, deciding to re- quest the organizers to revise Saturday's agenda to allow a debate from the floor. Delegates include people of all ages and from all walks of life, and the breakaway. group was representative. Its mem- bers charged that the confer- ence assessment group ses- sions, which divide participants into smaller groups following each speaker, denied the oppor- tunity to discuss other topics, i another termed it "a sounding Speakers, they said, were n completely relevant to Albe ta's future social and educ tional needs. Allan Stein, member of t Worth commission task for in charge of analysis of po secondary education, said had been talking "in the san sort of pious terms for the pa 10 years trying to convince t people who are completely sistant to any change th change was indeed necessary "I think now is the time start talking with other peop who think the same as I d to see what we can do OIL he said. Pierre Burton, a featuri speaker at the conference, a tended the breakaway meetin for a time, as did several othi speakers and officials. Mr. Burton said he found tl discussions interesting, and fered his assistance as an o jective moderator if necessar One objector termed the coi gress a in referenc lo Mr. Burton's best-sellin book, The Smug Majority, an Show successful Tonight's performance of My Pair Lady marks the finale of a 13-night production which Lethbridge Musical T h e at re president Vaughan Hembroff las termed the "most success- ul show" in LMT's eight-year u'story. The musical comedy, direct- ed by the city's cultural devel- opment superintendent Dick jells, was sold out 10 days be- ore it opened Nov. 22, for a Indents' performance, at the Yates Memorial Centre. Mr. Hembroff said the show las been successful in every ?ay: crowd reaction, cast morale and financial. A cast of 50, all Lethbridge and district amateur players is headed by Sheila Pisko a Eliza Doolittlc and Bill Math- son as Professor Henry Hig gins. The sell-out crowd tonight a the 500-s eat Yates is expectec to include visitors from the Do minion Drama Festival and th University of Alberta dram department. SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 Tune-Up Specials 3 Days Only LAST CHANCE AT THIS PIMCE MON., TUES. and WED. Dec. 7, 8 and 9 As Low As 6 Reg 2895 16.95 8 STEVE SPISAK INCLUDES PARTS and LABOR We will install new autolite spark plugs, points and condenser Engine analyzer test Adjust timing Set carburetor idle mixture Check charging system Clean balterv cables Check PCV valve B. f. GOODRICH SNOW TIRES These prices while stocks last 775x14 BW 4 Ply Nylon 825x14 WW 4 Ply Nylon EXTRA SPECIAL! 825x14 or 15 Polyester Fiberglas Belted Dual White Walli UNION 76 MAGRATH SERVICE Mayor Magrolh Drive and 4th S. Phone 328-9766 STOP IN AND GAS UP FOR FREE GIFTS board for irrclevancies." They said people discussed the speakers' addresses them- selves, instead of how to try to avoid the rather frightening fu- tures they forecast for Alberta, including such things as 35 per cent unemployment and dras- tically increased alienation of youth and many other groups. Arnold Styrnatka, an execu- tive of the Metis Association of Alberta, said his association had tried to present a special brief, but had been told the con- gress was too structured to al- low changes. He said he repre- sents Alberta Metis "who are ready to be heard." Others complained that the congress offered many long speeches from previously pre- pared texts. They said the speeches should have been copied, distributed several weeks in advance to all par- ticipants and the 90 minutes given for each speech should have been turned over to dis- cussion from the floor, with the person who wrote the paper. They also suggested the con- ference was specious, since it was suggesting education could change the future without tak- ing into account the related economic and social changes necessary for education to suc- ceed. The breakaway group made several proposals: Worth commission should sponsor a public hear- ing to allow everyone in the province to question its mo- tives, its sincerity and its methods of operation, before its report in 1972; commission, the HRRC or another group should sponsor some "peoples confer- ences" similar in some ways to the futures congress, allowing everyone to attend but focus- ing each conference on a dif- ferent social area, including students, the Metis, Indians, laborers, pro fessionals, teach- ers, welfare recipients and oth- ers; should be a follow- up to the futures congress, al- lowing fuller discussion and re- porting by delegates. The futures congress cost about exclusive of speakers' fees, and most other people attending paid most of their own expenses. About 15 Lethbridge resi- dents are attending the confer- ence, but only one attended the breakaway session. Entertaining? REMEMBER HOYT'S RENTAL SERVICE 0 Liquor Dispenser (3 tap) 5 and 9 oz. 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