Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 15

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 25

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Fridny, February 25, 197? Alienation, ap IUAREK JABLON'SKI Jabtonski here March 3 Canadian pianist Marek Jab- 1 He has performed in lonski will perform in concert March 3 at p.m. in the Yates Memorial countries and has just returned from a concert lour of Belgium, Russia and Italy, where his concerts were The concert is sponsored sold out A review the Allied Arts Council in his Milan performance said operation with the is Frederic artis- of culture, youth and lucid and Jablonski performed in Mr. Jablonski has gained four years ago to an ternational recognition for audience from interpretations of Haydn, he received a standing Jmven and Chopin. stress his sensitivity, his for his March 3 con- ful drive and his arc available at Leisler's ing musical Store. arc veal human problems Alienation, gcneralion gap.' slay in scliool longer, but we relevant and communication don't know why. are more ilian just mi'rui- "The way tilings are inglcss cak-h phrases they wilhiu Iwo or three years a uni are real pniltlc-ins which i-du-1 degree will be needed calors must deal with. lo get into NA1T or SA1T." Dr. John Paterscn, of ihc Tliis lype of Ihing is hapneii- pai-lmcnl of psv-; inc more in Alhrrla than in'any at Ihe rnivcrsily of olhr-r area of Canada, he said. Alberla, x-ud in ''The Ixjthbridge .lunior Col- Thursday that educators must j loge hardly open before adapt lo Ihe changing hudcly. we changed it lo a mivorsily." ''I'm not even sure read- The ques'.ion of relevancy of ing is as important today as; school cumciilimis is a juslifi- it was >cars ago." he told j able one to atlc. said Dr. Pa'.cr- leachcrs attending the annual son. Alberla Teachers' Association "A girl who knoirs nothing at the Le-th.bridge Cnllcgiaio i more Ilian what she is taught Institute. i in a school would have to'be "It seems to me that il is bet- I institutionalized to be taken ter to have the young people j care he said, more concerned about ihe lak "fn many ways, education is ing of life in Vietnam lhan they j now bankrupt, especially in tbe are about panty raids.'' i Stales The curriculum he said, this change in I is just not relevant lo Ihe needs attitude among students is of children." j making it more difficult to bo i He also urged administrator; an educalor. lo become more involved in i "The limes are changing and I in what is laking place at Ihe j we have to change with J grassroots level. i he said. i "I don't see how anyone can j "The first task of educators j tall; abou! the problems oi j is to meet the real needs oi youth when (hsy haven't been real children, as they exist." 1 in a classroom for 15 or He said young people arc i years. The problems arc du- being encouraged lo educate I fercnl.'1 Ihemselves and to keep abreast cf the rapidly-expanding slorc-; house ot knowledge. i "We keep asking students to CJOC: lias volunteers Dissolved oxygen conlenl down in Oldnuin Kiver in January A slight decrease in dls- f said, some of the increase is solved oxygen has been report-1 due lo mechanical problems cd in Ibe'Oldman Hiver during i suffered by the city's new seir- A lot RON CALDWEL j Staff Squirt of cold air lias been January. Howc'vcr. tests conducted by the Pollution Control Division of the provincial environment department say the oxygen level is still "well atave the minimum standard." Dissolved oxygen indicates Ihe health of a river, because It is used by bacteria to break down wastes a news release ex- plained. A lack of dissolved oxygen in- dicates that are not lie- ing broken down in the river. Testing indicated that nutri- ents increased significantly as age treatment plant. Once the city gets the wrin- kles ironed out Ihe nutrient level should decline, he said. Drywood Creek, a tributary of (be Waterlon River south of Pincher Creek was sampled and found lo be in good condi- tion. Mr. Miisuda noted that ef- fluent from the Gulf Oil plant About SO women interested in volunteer work attended the or- ganization and orientation meeting of Ihe Soulliland Nurs- ing Home Auxiliary Thursday. The meeling was chaired by j generated" around "southern" 'IIrarielta IIatt, member of the bcrla recently, but it is being i Lelhbridge General and Auv offsct by all ihe hoi air coming i Hospital and N u r s j n g from the hose-coupling team at District No. G5 board, ac- CJOC Radio. cording lo Jean Botlm, admg Like Hie Irue 'fraidy cats i publicity officer. Ihcy are. Ihcy have been try-i Mrs. Andrew Houlton, prcs- ing to shore Up their courage to idenl of Ihe Lelhbridge Au.v take on The Lethbridge Herald i iliary Hospital Auxiliary, rx- j Herald 'Squirt Squad" in Ihe plained to the women the na- annual hose-coupling compeli-; lure of their work. Mrs, J. F. i (ion on Saturday. J Prciskchas, SMI director 01 They seem lo think that be- i nursing, spoke briefly of the cause Ihcy managed lo win it' Hume's facililics. once, through no fault of their and Hurlburt IT PC women's Women's Lrlhbridgc i southern Alberta has been good Ottawa could he distributed 4 i t Progressive me." both Knglish and French. Association Gogo, born in Toronto. The Ii.rincr mayor was quick f> that Inch1 uvo for national unity and (o reply when a.'Ised whal his for Ihe Tory si and was on Allr.Tla exporting I6" Jl widely in Hitrlburl, bom in I.elli- w.'iier In IJniled Elates. r Ciog.i, dr-s.-.i'd in pledged support lo agri- .My lirsl reaction is suii, smoking n "Ihe number one in- said Mr. A ripp'i of seriously, explaining and said south- applause came from Hie 40 in Alberta needs a stronger v.nnr.'n in lhi- audience. fliii'lhui'l, wearing in Ottawa. .Mr. (logo said Alberta must Wlf CJogo said, in reply lo a dclermine il.i v. der needs and boots put Ihc that an IIP irom this if Ihere is any Icfl, "we should would be wise lo learn it for uhal we can get for MEL L r to better operate in Ihc it.'1 speech progressed. Mr. Gcgo, an investment dealer said a Member of Parliament "must be a man Monday evi'inng at the Civ c Mr. Hurlburt objected In Crnlrr. I'io parly will choose Western Canadians having to one candidate to contest the pay so that intormaiion from 1 next ledcral election. hats rind must moy government" nnd should represent all 70.000 people to m-csenl A constituency, rather lhan j C1 Liberal one interest group. Jlr. Hurlburt, an auctioneer and former mayor of Fort Nigiifs Dream introduced Ininsclf Mel Fengstad, 56, former "my reason [or Leibbridge Playgoers ling v.-ilh emphasis on the ac- cr of the El Hancho Motor PC nomination is present Mid-summer lion awl crlerloiEincnl. tel i? prepared to contest Drc-.m, bv William The piav ha1, a cast of 52. federal Liberal nomination i') Lelhbridge riding il T S la.kespeai-e, ES their pro- roles plaved bv LllOerMS iduction. else r ,i Jones. Lois Dansworlh However. Mr. Fengstad, show, for early Jxk former cily alderman May- wm be Uie first Shaltc" EMI rodeo cowboy during the play by a Lethbridge son, Katie Lee and Val Mc- said if someone else will theatre group. i Ir.tyrc. Ihe Liberal nomination a contest, then he will support Night's Dream Juvenile bads will be played will he directed by Dick Mclls by- Linda Johnson, Doug Smith, Boras. Mr Boras 48 lawyer staged in a modern set- 1 Kirk Jensen and Faith district formal1, is the nnly dcclartd candidate for expected federal election will be discussed at the annual meeting o[ the ELECTRIC (1971) Liberal nomination for Federal Liberal 12th 51. A N. Phone 327-7508 Lethbridge constituency at Associat i o n J. CZAJKOWSKI next federal tonight at Svcn Mr. Fengstad. bom in Brom-head, Sask. and former Family Restaurant. The association will elect Dealer and Service Centre Icr Qnlish Seagull THE BEST OUTBOARD MOTOR TOR THE WORtD dent of the Alberta Tourist of officers fcr 1972 f sccialion, set a world set a date lor a for steer decoraling at tbe nominate a federal SEAGULL Calgary Stampede. It was decided that anolhrr meeting will be held at the SMI at 2 p.m. March 2 so that olhor women interested in joining the auxiliary may attend. The regular nf Ibe over-confidence will he SNTI w.iu hckl I the fourth Thursday of each own, that Ihcy cannot beaten. Gentlemen, didn't your moth-' er ever tell you Ihe story of' tortoise and Ihe hare0 creek was high in odor, and tins is being controlled by limiling Hie effluent discharges your downfall from tie plant. j And, come Saturday night, as j Effluent from the Shell plant j you slink off into Ihe'far reach- WE KNOW DO YOU KNOW JOHN GO IS THE BEST MAN TO REPRESENT YOUR INTERESTS AND YOUR CONSTITUENCY IN OTTAWA water pollution control branch 328-5083 IETHBRIDGE SUPERIOR MAINTENANCE nnd CONTRACTING TRUCKING LOADER BACKHOE SAND GRAVEl TOPSOR DRIVEWAYS 9 MANURE SNOW REMOVAL FREE ESTIMATES Archeolosisls tO HlCCI The Archaeological Society i and no one can beat that com- bination. In addition lo the Letbbridge Herald "Squirt Squad" and Ihe CJOC "Drips." some M other trams cd Lethbridge will hold a special I in meeting at Hie L'mversity of j fu.c Lelhbndge Satunlay evening. teams. Guesls at the meeling will be the Archaeological Society of i Calgarj'- Thc program will dinner in the University cafe- teria and a special presentation itation workshop 'aimed of talks and slides by The event will get underway at 9 a.m. Saturday al the Kx-1 j hibition Pavilion, and is open feature to Ihe public. flay Harris, a psychology The knockdown, drag-out bat-! English siudenl at Vancou- tle between The Herald andi1-61" College and a former I UL lair I bers 01 if the Lethbridge sociely. mem- CJOC will start at 2 p.m. 1 ONLY GREAT DAYS LEFT COLOR PORTRAIT SPECIAL L0 Plus !V 50c Handling ALL THIS WEEK iwprwpy Reg Cross Is Back Thai's Whal It's All About Ar fninff 5ti" Localpd at E. CROSS STUDIO 710 s. Open Thursday 328-0111 Phones 328-0222 Until 1 p.m. That is when Ihc bit; hand is on the 12 and the little hand is on Ihe two. in case radio types wercn'l too sure. Horticulture meet Moiulav student of the Mahssli Vofii. will be in Lslli- bridgc Ihe first weekend in March lo leclure and offer a workshop to those intercsled in transcendental meditation. Mr. Harris was in the cily Feb. 5 and was met by en- thusiastic groups at all of his lectures. He will speak at the Univer- sity of Lelhbridge on Wednes- day, at 1 p.m. in Room B6M and at C p.m. in Room DM2. Thursday (here will be a lec- ture al noon in the The Lethbridge and District Horticulture Society will hold its mor.hly mccling in Ronm J nf the Cine Ccnlrc al B p.m. Cnmmiinily College. Friday li Monday. vvill give lectures, tbe first The topic will be ''Iris [or Ihe m Lclhbridsc Collegiate In- Canadian The pro- siilutc at noon and one al n gram will include a showing of' p m. in the Canadian Western slides from the Canadian Ins Natural Gas auditorium Sociely. The public attend. is inriled to Mr. Harris ulll begin workshop Saturday at r of iLIANCE AGENCIES INVESTIGATE 3813 GLACIER AVENUE 3 Bedroom almost completed Alfracfive family home CarpefccJ Living Room and Master Bedroom Outstanding kitchen cabinefs Quality construction Fina finishing Throughout Price Down Payment Monfhly Payments 197 P.I.T. 3817 GLACIER AVENUE Also 3 bedroom 1017 iq. ft. MORTGAGES 8Ji% EACH Price Down Payment Monthly Payments 199 P.I.T. BOTH READY FOR OCCUPANCY Quality Homes by BOYCHUK CONSTRUCTION SHOWHOME PHONE 328-0824 SHOW HOMES OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, FEB. 26 AND 27 2 TO 8 P.M. WE KNOW DO YOU KNOW JOHN 0 Is married (Joyce) and has 5 children 9 Served 12 years in Canadian Army as a paratrooper, with service in Korea 0 Is a student of Economics 9 Chose Lethbridge as a place to live 9 Has been active in Progressive Conservative Party for 10 years Campaign Manager for Robert Thompson in 1968 0 Is prepared to devote full time to this constituency WE KNOW NOW, YOU KNOW WHY JOHN GOGO IS THE BEST MAN TO REPRESENT THIS CONSTITUENCY NOMINATION MEETING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28th at 8 p.m. LETHBRIDGE CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR OR FROM ANY MEMBER OF OUR COMMITTEE 328-5822 PHONE 378.5768 WATCH PENDULUM TONIGHT at p.m. CFCN-TV CHANNEL 13 Inserted by JOHN GOGO CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE ;