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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta December 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 31 New image sought by Indian students BOMBAY weekend hundreds of students from Mad ras and other Indian cities go to nearby villages for a spell of constructive The young men and women have a twofold They want to contribute their bit to the modernization of rural India where most of the v i 11 a g e s are still steeped in poverty and super They are also anxious to project a new image of the student Youth organizations in many Indian cities are dis turbed by the growing indis cipline in schools and col According to one news paper there were 200 college strike in the last eight But a nonoffi cial survey recently com pleted shows that more than 70 per cent of Indian are only interested in studies not in making Students from two Bombay colleges have in recent weeks helped to construct an ap proach road to a village and raise a school build ing where there was only a mud hut Another Bombay group is helping in the construction of a hostel for mentally retarded Students from sev eral Bombay nigh schools have also taken part in the rehabilitati of the Koyna 200 miles from which was ravaged by a dis astrous thquake two years In lie south Indian city of known for its long tradition of university educa tion ale Western stu dents are active in the medi cal Two medical col leges ha e organized weekend campc for constructive work in t The Madras students are working in several attending to the basic medical needs of One group consisting of women students has taught 200 village women how to bring up their children on nutritionrich food pre pared from locally available Reports reaching the minis try of education in New Delhi show that constructive activi ties by students have become Doctors may dial for information SASKATQON CP For Saskatchewan informa tion on new techniques and Ircatniuiits now fa only as far away as their The University of Saskatche wan has started a program which allows doctors throughout the province to dial a number and listen to taped lec tures on a variety of medical The called Dial Ac is believed to be tire first of its type in although the idea originated at the Uni versity of Wisconsin five years go Many Saskatchewan doctors itill work in rural and have fewer opportunities to keep abreast of developments in medicine than their city col Through Dial Access they can elephone collect to depots in Segina and Saskatoon where answering services play tapes on Each doctor has een provided with a catalogue of tapes Dial Access began ast and Donna ts project said it will cost more than this ncluding about a month for ong distance The Saska oon depot has been receiving etween five and seven calls a day and Regina about The iervice is available 24 hours a The program library consists if about 300 tapes purchased rom the University of Wiscon but the University of Sas katchewan has added 17 of its Some of the Wisconsin tapes are not relative to practice said We liopu u ituti abuut 10 of our own tapes each month and we hope to get an allSaskatchawan li The tapes are five to six min utes long and are produced by specialists from the university community and private prac Each year tapes made by Saskatchewan doctors will be returned for any necessary revi TOPICS ARE WIDE Topics range from diagnosis and treatment of rabies to care of negative Some doctors use the service for re view just as they read jour About five per cent of tlie physician population are using the service regularly We are hoping to get medical stu dents to use They are the ones who will continue to use it in the Souster also said the Dial Access project stows promise in law and but it could be some time before tapes are provided lor these POLLUTION LIST VICTORIA CP The pro vincial pollution control branch has asked all residents of Brit ish Columbia to complete forms for registration of all types of water and land Indi companies and local and provincial government tranches have been given until 31 to provide the informa tion a feature university life in at least 30 urban t senior official es timates that nearly youtlis are involved in what he calls the brighter side of our national Even in tiie chronically troubleinfestc Hindu Univer sity at many of the studants to be anxious to o something other than as saulting breaking up furniture and promoting the cause of peoples revolu At a Benares rally attended by 500 students a resolution was passed saying that we wish to be known by our con structive ork and not by our T i group has plans to organize a literacy campaign in nearby Federal Education Minister Vijayendra Rao i hoping that some of t longdekyed con structive spirit may even touch the great metropolis of Calcutta Jch has become a stronghold of Maoist Rao hs asked university vicechancellors in Calcutta and other parts of West Ben gal province to start a dia logue with the students in order to persuade them to take up constructive Perhaps the most interest ing of tlie developments in this connection is being wit nessed in A group of Bombay students has formed an organization to promote better understanding be tween students and their par Called the Students For Dis cipline it wants youths to obey their respect their teachers and do everything possible to correct the impression that Indian students are only interested in destroying themselves and their As evidence of their new members of SFD spent several hours recently scrub bing the streets south Bom MISSY SPORTSWEAR By a famous Sizes 10 to mix and match ALL i i OFF Perm a Press BLOUSES 100 washable Dark Sizes 10 to Compare QQ At For only L PARTY DRESSES Junior and Missy REGULAR TO 4995 Group 1 1499 Group 2 19 FUR TRIMMED COATS Cord Sets Wide Wale three button vest and Colors Sizes 7 to 12 Trimmed with Spanish Pastel Bleached Group 1 2999 to Group 2 3999 Group 3 99 DRESSES DRESSES All Half Group 1 9 REGULAR TO Group 2 12 GENUINE BUCKSKIN JACKETS Nsw Full size Fringe LEATHER COATS Samples and one of a Many with zip in MIDI COAT shelland worsted QQ to 69 95 1 to to flW 1 1 9 95 USE OUR CHRISTMAS Lay Away Plan PANT TOPS 00 washable Floral and BIT QA abstract Longer Sizes S to Sale priced GIFT GIVING SPECIAL RUFFLE BLOUSES 100 washable perma JJO Sizes V A Division Of DUBCO DISCOUNT STORES 307 5th Street South Phone 3287324 Jobhunting program big success VICTORIA CP Something called creative job search tech invented by an official of the Oregon state bureau of has met with remarkable success here in helping individu als to find jobs on their It consists of two weekly ses cacli an hour and a half At the instructor Doug Y e a r o o d names the sources of labor in the what the turnover and gives an explanation of how the job market The assignment for the second session is to answer six ques tions in detail what things has the individual done success fully has been commended for former jobs what kind of equipment he can operate lite and These are all positive ques By answering them fully you will gain personal insights into yourself that you may never have or have This will take 10 to 23 hours to Once a positive mosaic of yourself From this you can prepare a resume at the next At the next Year wood tells the group that start ing tomorrow morning you should start jobhunting on an eighthoursaday If you are prepared to work eight hours a day for an em you should be willing to do it for NOT ALL ADVERTISED Ky an original mem ber of the Victoria tells each new group that the British Columbia civil as one example of e m p I o y e r has people in a wide range o In 1968 the annual turnover was just over 19 per This means jobs were Not all were but they were All you have to do is take the trouble to find out whats available and then make your approach using your re Since when the program first started in persons from 15 to have completed the program Followup shows 80 per cent Who completed the sessions ound work within seven days to Jiree Yearwood Professional people may ake up to three months and may have to go further but the overall success rate is 80 per Since it began In Victoria a year about 250 people have gone through tlie Data on the first 100 indicated a 73 percent success Manpower department offi cials consider the statistics especially consi dering that the unemployment rale in Victoria last winter was 11 per Manpowers Pa cific region said We are extremely pleased with the results of the creative job search technique based on the current We want to expand the program and we will work toward tills 414416 13th N PHONE 3283541 or 3283545 THIS AND Gives Tablecloth BOW ISLAND Special Hilda Casley donated a handmade lace tablecloth to the Catholic Womens League here It will be award ed after a Donald Hadnagy report ed from the recent The annual Christmas party followed the business OFF All Regularly Price Merchandise 7 Foot Scotch Pine CHRISTMAS TREI SPECIAL 16 Talking Julie DOLL SPECIAL 20 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