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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 27, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID - IS Mom: tin 5,000 attend Canada Day Some 5,(KKI persons gathered at Desert Hot Springs, California, Feb. 14 to celebrate the 3rd annual Canada Day event sponsored by the city council, J the chamber of conitrccrcc and all community organizations. Lunch was served to the Canadian guests by the Desert Ho'. Springs Rotary Club. Personal freedom essential in modern education system BEAVER LUMBER APPOINTMENT The appointment of Mr. t. A. Stevens as Merchandise Manager, Alberta Division, has been announced by Beaver Lumber Company Limited. Since joining the Beaver Lumber Company Limited in St. Catherines, Ontario, in 1955, Mr. Stevens has served in various management capacities. Most recently he was District Manager, Urban Stores, Al.berta Division. Personal freedom and "just a touch of anarchy" are necessary In a modern education system if it is to effectively prepare students for the future, southern Alberta teachers were told Thursday. Dr. Maurice Gibbons, of Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, B.C. told 1,300 teachers attending the Southwestern Alberta Teachers' Association annual convention at the Leth-bridge Collegiate Institute that they should not confuse this sort of freedom with chaos. Personal freedom, he said is involved with "the maturity of powers- to think and act in such a way as to maximize the number of alternatives" open in living. This would not deny the need for some regulation and guidance in the education system. Modern schools often restrict freedom with unrealistic regulations, Dr. Gibbons said. "For example, there is no curriculum which really, absolutely must be taught and that every student absolutely must have. But our schools are mistakenly requiring a curriculum of specific aims and objectives, and it is being taught in the dullest possible way with the best of intentions." Three major areas of knowledge which education should impart are knowledge of self, knowledge of inter - personal relationship and knowledge of public society. Yet in attempting to teach in these areas, "the school works against those tides and often nullifies whatever contributions it makes to them." There is a need for freedom of movement by students so they can learn realities as well as theories: "Who could teach someone to ride a bike by an abstract explanation of bike-riding theory," Dr. Gibbons said. "There is little opportunity in today's classrooms for concrete action - students should be encouraged to develop their own creative and active study programs." THIS IS HOW WE DO IT - Janice long air of the 1st Lethbridge Guide Co. gets off a letter, above left, while acting as district youth representative, Thursday. Alberta department of youth official Al Brewer answers the phone while Suzan McDonald, department secretary offers suggestions to Miss Longair. Above, Terry Hadford of the 6th lethbridge Guide Co. looks at the business end of a television movie camera held by Stan Bates of CFCN-TV. Miss Hadford was a director at the TV station for Thursday. The events were part of Founders' Week honoring the founders of scouting, lord and lady Baden-Powell. Ski condition,} us West Castle Ski Resort reports the skiing conditions as very good. Seven to 10 inches of new snow has fallen on a settled and packed base of 24 inches. Weather conditions are reported as snowing moderately, the average daily temperature is 28 degrees. The West Castle road is plowed and sanded and reported to be in very good condition. All lifts will oe running Wednesday through Sunday. Give the Gift of UFEI RED CROSS BLOOD DONORS CLINIC Civic Sports Centre MARCH 2-3-4 Tues.-6 to 9 p.m. Wed.-1 to 3 and 6 to 9 p.m. Thurs.-9:30-11 a.m. and 6-9 p.m. QUOTA - 900 PINTS OPEN SATURDAY Let Block solve the mystery of this years INCOME TAX The yearly tax thonoe* hold no myitery far cur Tax detectives. Our service is fast, accurate end dependable ... the teit k low. Save yourself needles* time and worry. MOCK today. COMPLETE 0 RETURNS  lax return. If ,........ CUttiMlIt I W� quaronlM occurot� preparation �f every--------- w* mak* any trrorj thot colt you ony penalty er mte�e�, me will pay In* penalty or inli-wil. CO. Canada's largest Tax Service with over S000 offices in North America. 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-5 Sot. - Phone 327-3712 |NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY, BENY'S GIANT 10-DAY T. I. TOM SCHUITEMA FARM AUCTION SALE PEARCE, ALBERTA 9 MILES EAST OF FORT MACLEOD ON HIGHWAY NO. 3 AND Vi MILE NORTH FRIDAY, MARCH 12 -11 a.m. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE LUNCH Will BE SERVED TRACTOR Diesel 930 Cose, complete with cab, power steering, double hydraulic coupling, good rubber. (Very good condition.) TRUCK 1946 Ford 2 Ion, with hoist and groin box (good running condition). CULTIVATORS 12-ft. Robin cullivotor (with hard surface shovels) 12-ff. Victory Blode (with hard surface blades) ROD WEEDER Caulkins - 15-ft., plus rod weoder attachment for cultivator. GRAIN AUGERS Versatile 24-ft. groin ougcr with Briggs and Stratton motor. Mayrath 12-ft. grain auger. 4"-15-ft. grain auger and one electric Vi h.p. motor. DISCS 15-ft. Mossey Horris - wide level discer plus set of 15-ft. Cockshutt packers. John Deere K.B.A. 10-ft. double disc. Set of 12-ft. CCIL circular harrows. DRILLS John Deere 12-ft. hoe drill - 7" spacing with fertilizer attachment (in good working condition). SWATHERS Versatile, model No. 103, 15-fl. cut, self-propelled with Wisconsin motor, rubberized canvases; 40-ft. boom sprayer with tank, nozzles, hoses, pump and regulator with 7 different settings (can be attached to Versatile swather). COMBINE Massey Harris No. 80, self propelled special with Sund pickup, Heston straw chopper, hydraulic speed control on variable speed hydraulic platform lift. FUEL TANK One 500 gallon gas tank (2 eompnrtmonlO, 100 gal. and 400 gal. with filter ana* hosn. GRAIN BIN 2000 bushel (wooden). MANURE SPREADER Massey Harris (rubber tiros). Gehl Hammormill, 10" belt driv�. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS link fanning mill with 9-fl. elevator; Hard indent cleaner; 8-in. IHC grain grinder with elevator; saw and mandrel; chick brooder; 12'6" spacing fertilizer attachment; hydraulic unit run by P.T.O. (good condition); 4-wheel rubber tired wagon; assortment scrap lumber, posts, wagon wheels; one post drill; vise; Vi-ton chain hoist; 2 hydraulic rams; gas pumps; emery wheels plus usual assortment of farm shop tools; one tool box; cistern pump; brace and bits; oil heater; fridge; cook stove; cool and wood heater. AND MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET, 'MtSNMlOMl S*l I S MANAT.I Ml N I KEN HURLBURT lie. 274 ?1 HURLBUfflla DAVE McNAB lie. 670 CUSTOM INSTALLED AUTO AIR CONDITIONING AT THIS LOW PRICE! by THERMO KING AUTO AIR CONDITIONER MODEL AC 220 A compact, efficient system for whole car cooling and dehumidification ... In all makes and models including station wagons. 12 ONLY. INSTALLED. (MOST CARS)............... Easy GMAC budget term* CMS W7 STARTS MONDAY, **/ MARCH Is! A Gigantic 10-day $$$ Saving Inventory Clearance of Past-Model accessories and parts - tires - radios - tape recorders - air conditioners - seat covers - floor mats - mirrors - etc., etc. This is only an example of the Savings. CHECK THESE GREAT SAVINGS! NYLON STRETCH SEAT COVERS SPECIAL ONLY.............  RADIO TAPE-PLAYER COMBINATIONS ____ $90  PUSH BUTTON UNIVERSAL RADIO Regular 78.00. NOW ..........  CUSTOM RADIO For 1969 Chevrolet. Regular 89.00. NOW .,  TRAILER HITCH (To fit '69 Chevolle).....................  AIR DEFLECTORS For '69 Olds, Sation wagon.............  SIDE BOX STEP (For '67-70 half tons)...................  SPRAY K. (liquid cleaner) 24 oi. plastic. Rpqular 1.69. t WEDOE CUSHIONS EACH................................  PLASTIC PAILS EACH...............................  RADIATOR SEALER Reg. 1.10. BOTTLE .....................  1 CONVERTIBLE TOP For El Camino. Reg. 149.00. NOW ....... AN ASSORTMENT OF  STARTERS To fit various cars. EACH ONLY........... 17.80 8.55  \ SET SKI RACKS Mounts on regular roof carrier. EACH . .  REAR DECK SPOILER For 67-68-69 Comoro. Reg. 39.00. NOW  TRAILER MIRRORS Reg. 15.95. NOW EACH.............  TRAILER MIRRORS Reg. 12.95. NOW EACH............. 690 300 55.00 8.00 38.00 22.00 NYLON RACING JACKETS. With Orion fur piln lining. 17.95 SALE of MOTORS Partial and complete assemblies  1 Block Assembly for 58-61 Vauxhall. 4 cyl. Reg. 190.00. 138.55 188.00  COMBO BIN for Kleenex and B rack tap* holder *> % (*/ ONLY � ONLY .................. e 1-251 Chrysler Industrial Engine. SPECIAL ........  1-230 cu. in. Engine. Complete with cylinder head. Fit Pontia 63-64. OAO Aft Reg. 368.00. NOW.......... XOw.HU  Partial Assembly. 6 cyl. 235 cu. in. fits ton Chcv and GMC 55-56-57. 1 7 A AA Reg. 240.00. NOW ONLY . . . .  / O.UU  1 Partial Assembly. 270 cu. in. 6 cyl. Fits 51. 52 GMC and Chev trucks. 4 bolt hole Reg. 313.00. ONLY ........ 203.50 e I Partial Assembly. 248 cu. in with flat top pistons and 4 bolt hole crank. Fits 53 3 ton Chev ond GMC. 217 10 cf this B. W. 650x13 Firestone 500 B.W. each 17.90 735x14 Kelly Springfield Celebrity 19.20 19.65 775x14 Kelly Springfield Celebrity 19.0S 20.25 25x14 Kelly Springfield Celebrity 19.05 21.35 S55xl4 Kelly Springfield Celebrity 23.28 560x15 Kelly Springfield Celebrity 19.05 825x15 Kelly Springfield Celebrity 20.25 21.35 855x15 Kelly Springfield Celebrity 23.25 900x15 Firestone 500 Twin W/W each____ F70xl5 Firestone Super Sport W/W each . . H70xlS Firestone Super Sport W/W, each 855x14 Firestone Premium 500 W/W, each 775x15 Firestone Premium 500 W/W, each BELTED TIRES 30.80 20.00 20.00 23.10 20.50 E78xl4 W/W, each ..................... 22.-.0 F78xl4 W/W, each ...................... 2?."3 678x14 W/W, each ..................... H78xl4 W/W, each ..................... 'Sfl.7i> Req. 303.00. ONLY EXTRA SPECIALS! 670x15 6 ply smooth tread truck typ� Seiberling. EACH ............... 775x15 Seiberling tubeles* whitewall. EACH ............... 775x14 Roadster. Whitewall. EACH ................ OTHER SIZES ALSO AVAILABLE AT SPECIAL PRICES! IM- PARTS DEPARTMENT At the Main Garage 2 Ave. and 8th Street S. XGwurdinn > / Maintenance / Phone 327-3147 ;