Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
YOUt MtATIVfS AND (MEND! FKOM EUROPE TO VISIT. For Irovel arrangements and information contact: BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE C.ntr. Phon. or 3M-I1M "BUTTE TSAYEl SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The LetKbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, February 10.1971 PAGES 17 TO 28 H'l a CHEAT DAY to ERICKSEN'S JOll 3rd S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Dnve Ph. 328-7751 Stanley Burke banquet speaker Teach-ins will be special feature at convention of south teachers UGG meet at Taber The annual United Grain Growers delegates' supper will he held in the Taber- Civic Sports Complex, p.m., Feb. 27. A. M. Runciman, president of UGG and chairman of the Castada Grains Council will be the featured speaker. It had been previously re- ported that the meeting would be held in the Civic Sports Cen- tre in Lethbridge. SNOWMOBILE FIGURE It is estimated that there are snowmobiles in New York state. FREE! NIKON CLINIC PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL Wed., Feb. 10th a.m. p.m. Sponsored by Anglo Distributors STEREO PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 419 5th St. South BURNING UP THE PAVEMENT Fire literally burned up the pavement Tuesday morning in an Alberta highways department asphalt truck at 4th Ave. and 5th St. N. A propane heating device apparently set fire to oil in the unattended truck. By the time firemen arrived about a.m. the truck was enveloped in flames. A fine spray of water under extreme pressure was used to douse the blaze. In the lower picture a mix- ture of asphalt and water provides mucky footing for fireman. No estimate of damage was available. By JIM WILSON Herald Education Writer Two special "teach ins" will featured at the 1971 South- estern Alberta Teachers' As- ociation convention in Let fa- ridge Feb. 25 and 26. The convention is expected i draw more than teach- rs and administrators, to dis- the theme. Crises in Edu- ation. The teach in sessions will eal with the concept of free- cm versus authority in school Deration, and with ecology. In ach case -arguments will be rovided on both sides of the ssues, by speakers who are ex- erts in the fields. Reaction anels will evaluate the pres- ntations. Banquet speaker this year vill be Stanley Burke, former CBC television newsman and urrently program co ordina- Special reports !or trustees The Lethbridge public school ward will be given special pre- sentations every two months by city school specialists, to in- orm trustees more thoroughly what is happening in local edu- cation. The board requested a list oj opics at its last meeting, anc fuesday Dr. George Bevan, di- rector of curriculum and in- struction offered 19 possible subjects for 30-minute address- es. They include multimedia art irogram, new social studies discovery method in science reading, French, head start early admission (five-year music, curriculum de- velopment, nongraded systems and others. The first topic, yet to be selected, will be presented in March. COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 HALF PRICE SALE Shop early for Canadian Furriers Annual Final Clearance. Fur prices are starting to rise so these values are truly fantastic. Beaver Mink Gill Muskrat Jackets (Dyed Persian Lamb Paw Jacket (Dyed Russian Kolinsky Wolf Fun Fur Muskrat Coats Dennis O'Connell, L e t h- bridge's director of economic development, said Wednesday arrangements Have not yet 5een completed between Gil- Canada Ltd. the fed- eral department of regional economic expansion regarding an incentives grant for an million distillery in the city. Gilbey is acting for its par- ent company, International Distillers and Vintners Ltd. of London, England. He said negotiations between the company and the depart- ment on the grant are continu- ing and the company had asked for an extension on its option on 47 acres of land in BUDGET TERMS MAY BE ARRANGED Fur Lined Angola Leather Coats 7 only in sizes 10 to 16 Regular to 112.50 247.50 Canadian Mink Jackets 8 only in sizes 10 to 16. In dawn pastel, ranch and lutetia. Regular to HALF PRICE 347.50 497.50 OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M. CANADIAN FURRIERS PARAMOUNT THEATRE BUILDING PHONE 327-4348 No word on grant O'Connell, Lethbridge's industrial par area. The option was to hav expired Monday. A Gilbey spokesman had nc comment on the possibiitl that a grant might not be made to the company. An nouncements regarding grant are always made first by th government, he said. The gov eminent so far has said noth- ing. Plans for the distillery wer made public in September anc the city offered the compan an option on the land in Oe tober. The arrangement wa conditional upon the firm re- ceiving an incentives gran from the federal government. see us for fast, expert ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS STEREO PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 419 5th STREET S. PHONE 328-4922 Jult Like Mom Makes at Home! SPECIALS Prices in effect Thursday, Friday and Saturday Only! Maple Walnut Layer Cakes. 75c Butterfly 69c Orange Loaf Cakes 53c Valentines Cakes .............wh 1.39 MARQUIS BAKERY LOCATED IN THE MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. Phone 327-4441 for multimedia studies at ork University. Mr. Burke will iscuss spontaneity in teaching, and use of open area instruc- on systems. Keynote speakers for the con- ention will be Norman M. Go- le, secretary -general of the anadian Teachers' Federation, Blackbourne to retire his year Communication being studied at workshop Native anc? non native com municatton and how to operat a friendship centre will high light the first day's agenda f( the Community Leadership an Human Relations Worksho under way in the Lethbridg Friendship Centre. The three day worksho Wednesday Friday has beei set up to enable people of In dian ancestry to examine ft needs for adjustment to today' environment. About 45 persons are involved. Resource people include Co E. W. Cormack of the Indiar citizenship education program at the University of Albert and 0. A. Turnbull, forme minister of education for th province of Saskatchewan. LORNE BLACKBOUHNE ind Dr. Samuel D. Procter, a rofessor in the Rutgers Uni- ersity graduate school of edu- cation. Mr. Goble will discuss the cri- s elements between society in eneral and education, in a peech titled New Myths for Id. Dr. Procter will discuss influence schools can have n society and social and whether or not they have be right tc use their influ- nce on their students. At the pre convention con- erence on school administra- lon held for principals and su- erintendents at the meet, the eatured speaker will be Harald Gunderson, a Calgary public chool trustee and vice presi- ent of the Alberta School Trus- ees' Association. Mr. Gundersor's topic will be iceounlability and public rela- ions in education. Other meetings being held in association with the annual .eachers' convention include a pecial session of the Wortl Com m i s s i o n on Educational farming's "N-12" task force tudying education from nur- sery school to Grade 12, which will meet to hear teachers' comments; A "meet your candidates'" ses siou, for teachers to meet nom- inees for Alberta Teachers Association executive positions: A home economics specialisl council meeting; A high school drama teachers workshop to discuss a one-ac drama festival in April; A meeting of all southern Al jerta retired teachers who wish ;o learn more about the Alber Lome Blackbourne, deput; superintendent of Lethbridgi public schools and an employee of the district for 32 years no tified the public school boarc Tuesday he will retire Aug. 31 Mr. Blackbourne had infor mally indicated to trustees las year his intention to resign fo lowing the 1970-1971 school year In his letter of resignation h said he had enjoyed his year with the district, adding, "I par ticularly marvel at the growt which has taken place durin that time. "The total staff of Lethbridg School District No. 51 durin the first year (1939) I was member consisted of one com bined superintendent secre- tary treasurer, one bookkeep- er stenographer, seventy-three principals and teachers, fiv caretakers, one part time a sistant caretaker and one han dyman." In the 32 years since, eac category has increased in pe sonnel by about five times. School trustees accepted Mr Blackbourne's resignation "witJ sincere regrets and an expres sion of appreciation for the val uable services rendered to th students, to the teachers and t the community as a whole." CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 Winning Compliments and Awards that's the Cloud Soft Story for Spring '71. CLOUD-SOFT'S "A1MEE" as illustrated in cam- el Also see our 2 new arrivals in Mink Wet Look and Black Wet Look. 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