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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOCKEY WEEKEND Book Now for our Next Hockey Weekend Jan. 28, 29 and 30th. limited Space Available........... ?I 41 iOO ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, December 8, 1971 JJAGES 17 TO 32 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY SHOP 3rd M.M. Drivi S. Phon. 320-8161 "The Pioneer and leading Retaid Shop in Lethbridge" FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS NO were no injuries in this spectacular accident which occurred Tuesday afternoon at the corner of 13th St. and 3rd Ave. S. The Occident took place when a 25-ton dirt mover driven by Henry Goertzen of Taber swerved to avoid a car at on intersection, went out of control and careened through a service station parking lot. It slammed into an empty car and drove it through a fence, shearing off a telephone pole in the process. -Ed Finlay Photo Central Albertans cop sheep competition By RIC SWIIIART Staff Writer Four central Alberta breed- ers and one British Columbia breeder walked off with most ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS WREATH or DOOR SPRAY AND FRESH GREENS Pine, Holly, Mistletoe, Jnckpine and Ccnes, RED BOWS EACH 500 JVL arcruis Shop Marquis Hotel Bldg. Phone 327-1515 of the silverware in 1C classes of sheep judging at the Rocky Mountain Livestock Show and Sale Tuesday. George Matejka of A. Matej- ka and Sons from Ponoka was judged owner of the supreme champion ram, winning the trophy with the champion South- downs, Suffolk Class ram. He also took the reserve champion Southdowns, Suffolk class ewe. On the way to his prized victories, he took two first, seven second, two third, two fourth, one fifth and one sixth place ribbons. David C. Cadsand of Her- ritt, B.C., took tlie supreme champion ewe trophy with the champion Hampshire, N.C. Cheviots class ewe. He also took the champion and reserve champion ribbons for the ram Political discretion urged by St. Basil's School Parents of students attend- ing St. Basil's School have been advised by a letter from the school to use discretion when discussing politics in front of their children. "We are not telling thsm not to discuss said principal Wally Ruff. "We are just asking that they use common sense and not try In push their political AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Chcrlfon Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 CHRISTMAS SALE Give Tho Gift of Elegance A Beautiful FUR views on their children." Mr. Ruff said the request should not be iriteroreted as an order. "We just want the students to be able to think freely about politics and we are try- ing to get them away from the old 'my father was a Con- servative so I am a Conser- vative' line of thinking." St. Basil's teaches Grades 1 to 6 in the separate school system. Humane Society meets tonight Tlie Lethbridge and District Humane Society will hold its monthly meeting tonight at in Room 1 of the Civic Sports Centre. All members arc to at- tend. Persons interested in becom- ing a member of ttio society will be welcome. in the same class. He copped five first and two second place ribbons. T. A. Rosgen of Munson took the champion and reserve ewe and the champion ram in the Columbia, Corriedale, Ram- bouillet and Romnelet class. He also received five first, two second and one third place ribbons in the individual classi- fications. Mrs. Audrey Trentham of Morrin took the reserve cham- pion ram ribbon in both major classes judged. Sic also took the champion ewe in the South- downs, Suffolk class. She took five first, two sec- Scrooges at work again City police report a rash of outdoor Christmas light thefts from Lethbridge homes and yards. Five such thefts occur- ed over the weekend. Police warn that these type of thefts constitute an able offense, which if recorded, carries a lifelong handicap of a criminal record. They advise parents to warn their youngsters of this dan- ger. ond, two third and one fourth place ribbons. Philip Rock and Sons of Drumheller, took the reserve champion ewe in the Hamp- shires, N.C. Cheviots class. He also took three second, seven third, three fourth and one sixth place ribbons in the in- dividual classifications. Rodney and Betty Cyr of Pin- cher Creek, the only southern Alberta entry, took one third, one fourth, two fifth and one sixth place ribbons. The big five took the major share of the prize money. Top money winner was Mr. Matej- ka with about Mr. Rock won about Mrs. Trentham about ?450 and Mr. Rosgen about Only two rams were sold Tuesday. Barry Brickcr of Blackie paid for one ami Albert Botir- assa of Lethbridge paid for the other. Schools are important to humanity's survival By RON CAL.DWELL Staff Writer Education could be human- ity's last chance for survival, Dr. Harold Baker of the Al- berta Human Resources Coun- cil said in Lethbridge Tuesday night. "Schools are second only to the family in the formation of i human Baker. said Dr. "If schools are available long enough, Uiey could become the most important single factor in the molding of an individual." Speaking at the University of Lethbridge, Dr. Baker, who will be one of the authors of the Worth Commission report School Students take tours of livestock shoiv and sale Since ojie can't take a five- dey livestock show to school, the organizers of the Rocky Mountain Livestock Show and brought the lads to the action. Twenty-seven Grade 9 stu- dents from the F. P. Walsh Christmas Seeds at 70 per cent The Kinsmen TB Christmas Seals campaign inched closer to its objective of today when donations of were re- ceived. To date. has been re- ceived, which is 70 per cent of the objective. The Kinsmen say: asthma is a Greek word, meaning pant- ing or breathing hard. More than Canadians, many of then? children, suffer from tins disease. Asthma cannot be cured but it can be controlled. Much mere research needs Jo be done. IETHBRIDGE WINDOW CLEANERS WILL HELP YOU WITH YOUR CHRISTMAS LIGHTS Phono 327-4037 ICLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic SLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2B22 SIZE DRESS SALE PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 10% to 30% OFP JUST ARRIVED NEW SHIPMENT OF FUN FURS OPEN THURS. AND FRI. TIL 9 P.M. NEW YORK 3rd AVE. S. "Service ond Quality for over PHONE 327-3276 34 Ycnrs" High School in Fort Macleod and 100 students from Lake- view Elementary Lethbridge visited School the show knowledge. on educational planning, said there should be a movement to- wards freedom in education. "Why do we keep antagoniz- ing students by enforcing all kinds of He said some teachers seem to want to impose their per- sonal style on students or are trying unsuccessfully to inter- pret what the establishment wants from education. 'Schools should maximize the free choice of he said. "We must get rid of these outmoded concepts of authority and control." It is also time to abolish the role of the teacher as the sole possessor and communicator of Tuesday as guests of the Lelh- "Students only remember bridge and District Exhibition. George Chessor, director in charge of the show and sale, said the school tours are added features for the five-day ex- travaganza. They are designed to get urban people interested in the livestock industry. "When the tour comes to a certain part of the pavilion, ex- perts from the various breed associations discuss the ani- mals and answer all questions which he said. Ernie Snowdon, exhibition board member named chair- man of the rodeo committee for Whoop-Up Days in 1972, di- rected the first tour for H. J. Beazer's agriculture class from Fort Macleod. The students are dealing with livestock in school and are in- terested mainly in the beef breeds. about 15 per cent of what they memorize but many teachers still cling to this concept as the way to educate. "Wha't they should be doing is encouraging students to want to learn rather than shove facts down their tliroats." Dr. Baker said there should be a better method of screen- ing potential teachers, to weed out those who are not suited for the profession. "We have never imposed any screening device other than high school exams, so practic- ally anybody can get into the teaching he said. "We should screen out some of tlie misfits before they get WE HAVE MOVED ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC 272- -5th St. S. SCHWARTZ BLDG. 328-4095 See our lovely new Hi Fashion Dress Shoes by Empress SERVICE L'lD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, DEC. 9th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Lovely small dinette table and 2 chairs; Flectwood 23" console TV; Beautiful flowered chesterfield and chair (like Good complete 54" bed; Chrome table and 6 chairs; Dresser and mirror; DuMont 19" portable TV; Emerson 13" portable TV; Dresser and mirror; Console radio-record player; Ping pong table; 2-wood cribs with mattresses; Table saw; Arboritc; Chrome table and 4 chairs; Old dresser and mirror; 2-chesls of drawers; Treadle sewing machine; Roy fridge; B.T.U. gas heater; Apt. size gas range; Hoover washer-spin dryer; Small desk; Set rinse tubs; iron bed; Old kitchen cupboard; 3-velvet paintings; Air cooler; 2-swiveI dinette chairs; Small pro- pane bottle. Small old table; 2-niec occassional chairs; Old wood rocker; Old wood high chair; 2-guitars; Good baby buggy; 2-mctal lawn chairs; Complete beds; Electric seperator; Paint; Blender; Rugs; 2-bookcascs; Playpen; Floor polish- ers; Beam scale; Kids' car beds; Toys; 12-gaugc shot- gun; lwo-22 rifles; 2-air rifles; Coal heater; Gas and electric ranges; Toilet; Dishes; Pots and pans; 7x8 gar- age door and hardware. Many More Items Too Numerous To Mention. SPECIAL ARCHIBAID-RAMSDEN UPRIGHT PIANO FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-4705 TED NEWBY Lie. 41 19JO 5nd AVE. S. AUCTIONEERS KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 45S Exactly as shown in Black Kid under glass. Dressy slings also available in Red and Navy Look. So lovely for Christmas Parties and dances. ROOFING C A SHEET METAL LTD. 1709 2 Ave. S. Ph. 328-5973 We have a wide selection of Fashion Handbags The greatest what won- derful gifts they make. The new look in HUSHPUPPIES Chooje from Black Wet look and suede com- bination, also Brown suede ond wet look combin- ation. The latest teen and college rage. Consists of LINGERIE For a great selection and courteous vice visit Ht-Cu Snow Boots We) looks with lam- inated lining and glove leathers wilh warm orlon pile lin- ings. 14" and 16" heights. PRIMROSE SHOP Open Wed. Afternoons Open Thun. and Fri. til 9 p.m. CAMM'S 403 5th Street South 313 6th St. S. OPEN THURS. FRI. TILL 9 p.m. SHOES Another SANITONE DIVIDEND! Your Semitone Dry Clean- ing order of 1.95 value or cither one of the following items is your entry form. A SUIT or 1 of 5 PHILCO COLOR TV SETS E! C A DRESS or A TOPCOAT or OVERCOAT LETKBRIDGE LAUNDRY LTD. and SPARKLE CLEANERS and LAUNDERERS LTD 1818 3rd Avenue South, Ulhbridge Phono 328-2322 or 328-2321 ;