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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, February 3, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD IS RC students can choose their school EDMONTON (CP) Senior high school students in Edmon- ton separate schools can at- tend the school of their choice next year, with only minor re- strictions. Scoarate school trustees de- cided here to abolish atten- dance area boundaries as an exoeriment during the 1971-72 school year. The move was recommended by Frank Schneider, assistant superintendent in charge of sec- ondary education who said the system's nine senior high schools are developing identi- ties of then- own because of the wide range of subjects avail- ab'e in Grades 10, 11 and 12. He estimated about five per cent of the 7.000 senior high students ca.i be expected to take advantage of the change. Guidelines said f.V-st prefer- ence would be given to stu- dents living within the old at- tendance boundaries. Sec one preference would be given stu- dents, from outside the boun- daries, who attended the sehoo the previous year. In some cases preference would be giv- en students who exceed mini mum ent r a n c e requirements for a specific program. ONE IN THREE In the United States, one in every three households has a deep-freezer. Tory chief changes lineup CP own pan INSURANCE 9 LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 By STEWART MacLEOD sumed the rcle of defence critic, j Shore) will not be affected as OTTAWA (CP) Just as J. Angus- Mac-Lean j the fisheries critic. Prime Minister Trudeau shut-, who had been defence critic, is' Sources say there may be; fled his cabinet's parliamentary i to specialize in scicn-; some 20 changes in 29 speciality secretaries It, broaden their ex- arias assigned to Conservative _______ 1U1C anairs. in.s vuu w- a pcnence. Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield is in the proc- ess of doing the same thing with his MPs who are designated to specialize in particular fields. The term "shadow cabinet" is not used here as it is in the United Kingdom. Sources say Mr. Stanfield has not yet completed his new line- first major shuffle since s 1968 appointments. But some the members have been ad- ised of their new duties, and ome have already been active a their new areas in the Com- nons. For instance, John Lundrigan Gander Twillingate) who aised a storm over a contro- ersial memo sent to Canada lanpower offfces, is the new manpower critic for the Con- ervatives. Heath Macquarrie Hillsborough) has already been ctive as new external affairs ritic, a job previously handled R. G. L. F a i r w e a t h e r Fundy Walter Dinsdale (Brandon- ouris) is expected to become Ir. Macquarrie's successor as critic of the post office and "ommunications department, le has previously specialized in lie consumer and corporate af- airs department, a job now ex- jected to go to James A. Mc- Jrath (St. John's Michael Forrestall (Dart- mouth-Halifax East) has as- speciality, as will the sover- eignty field assigned to Fairweather. i MPs. Mr. Stanfield is said to emphasized to the mem- Mr. bers that the new assignments are not permanent and that j Not all the existing specialists I they would not automatically will be affected. Marcel Lam- lead to a cabinet post in that bert (Edmonton East) is ex- pected to continue as the finan- cial critic; Eldon area if the party assumes power. Just as parliamentary sec-re- BACHEIOR ADOPTS CHILDD Surrounded by his students who sponsored a shower for him, Raymond F. Jurosin, 34-year-old bachelor school teacher holds two-year- old David Rhodes. Jurasin has adopted the tot. "I've wanted a child for a long time, but have been too busy to get says Jurasin. U.S. postal rates rise WASHINGTON (AP) The United States postal service an- nounced Tuesday plans to in- HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Ave. S., lethbridge THURSDAY, FEB. 4th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Nice old dining room suite with table, 6 chairs, china cabinet and buffet; New lounge and chair (green and Good RCA Victor TV; 3-Dressers with mirrors; Westinghouse portable TV; Good apt. size Frigidaire fridge; Chest of drawers; Good Norge 30" gas range; 3-complete beds; 30" electric range; Older chest and 2 chairs; Long counter 12'; Chrome table; tire dunk tank; Jig saw; Lathe; Massage bed; Tappan counter top range; 5-chrome chairs; Shetland vacuum; Card table; Record cabinet; Stepladder; 3-occ. arm chairs; Small old table; 2-old picture frames Old picture; Black Decker electric drill; Wringer washer; 2-old trunks; Garden tools; Crib; Tires; Skates; Coal oil lamp; 4-wood chairs; Dishes; Toys. and Female Chinchillas SPECIALS: M' SCAMPER HOUSE TRAILER GOOD 1-TON TRUCK STATION WAGON CANVAS COVER FOR Vj TON TRUCK BOX For Further Information Contact: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S. Lethbridge AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. No. 41 Lie. No. 458 crease the rates of virtually al classes of postage. First-class stamps would go t eight cents from six and airmai stamps to 11 cents from I under the proposal. Newspaper and m agazin rates would be doubled ar those for bulk mailing would be increased by one-third. The rate for postcards wou! be raised to seven cents fron five cents and airmail postcard to nine cents from eight cents. The increased rates, subjec to permanent approval by an in dependent five-member postal rate commission, would bring i additional revenues of hi lion during the year beginnin July 1. Leaves hospital KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Former president Harry S. Tru man was released Tuesda from Research Hospital, wher he had spent 13 days with an in testinal disorders "He now pears to have completely gained his strength, and is very good health for an 8 year-old Dr. Wallac Graham said. JAM LOCKS LONDON (Reuter) Wor ers arriving at an office buil ing housing the South Africa international trade centre wer delayed for a while today be cause of entrance door loci jammed with cement and si gans deploring trade links wi South Africa daubed on Ui walls. (Calgary North) is still the jus- taries used to be considered on tice critic; Lincoln Alexander the doorstep of cabinet posts on Hamilton West) will continue o specialize in bousing, with he possible addition of labor, and Lloyd R. Crouse (South Macleod MLA to second motion EDMONTON (CP) Ralph Jesperson of Stony Plain will move the reply to the speech from the throne at the opening of the legislature Feb. 11, Pre- mier Harry Strom's office an- nounced here. The motion will be seconded by Leighton Buckwell, member for Macleod. The motion, regarded as a vote of confidence in the gov- ernment, traditionally is given to government sup porting backbenchers. the government side of the Commons, opposition critics were traditionally assumed to be heading for a comparable cabinet job in a government change-over. Mr. Trudeau sharply revised this concept last year when he replaced all but one of the 10 parliamentary sec- retaries. And now Mr. Stanfield ap- pears to lie following a similar course by shuffling his critics. One MP said he got the impres- sion that if he didn't produce in his newly-assigned area, he 1 would soon be sampling an-j ether. of park wilderness area BANFF (CP) Not all theoretically have the derness area in Banff National right to do so. Park is owned by the federal! -rne parks branch has ac- governmem; Csiisdian Patiiic; quirai timber leases, mineral Investments hold title to 10 rights and land that was held square miles. i privately before the parks were National Parks officials said' formed in the late 19th cen- the land runs in a narrow strip: tun-. along the wild Cascade Valley; inan ,'a weeks ago the in the southern prtrt of the park, i branch "paid to not far from the Banff town-1 ,he Canada Cement Co. to 355 site. j acres of land near the Banff The holding is the discon- Park east gate. A 20.5 mineral lease was bought for in Glacier National Park in 1969 and in the previous year million was spent to regain Umber rights in Yoho, Glacier and Bankhead coal opera- tion which CPR developed in the 1880's to fuel locomotives then shut down more than 50 years ago. Company officials said it is unlikely they will ever develop Mount Revelstoke Nat i o n a 1 the area commercially, but Parks. 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