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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, January 1973 Utilizing vacant space the government is the Uiiir.a of restrictive rc-jiu'.-.iions, to the need ;ill ilie other promotion-ii ideas iur.vis, it is not prepar- u.u have -j.t linjiioe or revamp- tried. c: Pr.v5i.c3! plivits en anvthms; As ott-y one ,.ear tniversity uses till ot me aoove cut iahLi. U-ha: "d 5Ul1 cver this will rave is hard to say. oii[ c: ce i-i-ni nr.cn -r passinc thai al- lire requited. are _c -elsxed or '..tetr use. coiticletrly JicirdcTied once strict "ill be to be- conduct for residences. Even such -ties are still on the -iivrira' a- ttr-- they are larjely ignored, so :Ce Iv" that ir. practice the-e is almost have exrerterced frtcdini as 10 'tours, guesis. reveraies. nuitj.ms ot me -han bud- -e "Alters than useJ ccrc-rn piovcsis and p'_ tter.s. It's specttlatec this new tliere so "therearms! be f "i'-l-" pack-fired. ;o some :---vevl ctt: sav tr.ev did so be- Letters Superficiality attacked .ri.v.r." i-i.s seerts to tie t.ie case But vr.atever ire reascr. stuaettts Lti.il i.iiir. riore. the rr.att: ?.ca- are residences, thev ''_: to acccirjrtocate go irev .ea'.'e etttpty behind. 1 studfr.is. ciiit'ilrx the It shinld be used. Mnrh cf it is r.rv rf.'.'5ica_ educaiict arc ;tne arts less tr.ar ideal :ir other tirtivsrsitv cu-ldm; or the several ore-lab build- purposes, o: course, but 1: cannot be lite 'vhile a year or flMirisr.e-ii ir ire urlikelv of s; an re.ccatee lha .-ew rlaces. ir. trr's. o'd afart- camri-s. current errcLrrter.t rre-i iuiliir.rs. disused army "hui- they are. there Trust be room rr.er.ts. ever uhere's a i-cai ex- least arotner IcOO students ia anrle in pre- -ie iA.i'.tr.; space. there -vculd be trat have retained their appeal to also based their budgets cr. far "ull studerts than actually showed ua. so -liey tro have considerable unused or. tre three campuses ccmbired. ir ta" v.'ell- "rale it Ls hard to see why. in these 5- cress tr.e the insritutiocs asi :5 a acaittonai mihiicns for build- Cltr- _-re Tr.e saie ct argument let oe e assumed tnat tnere is a -eec. do the _d at_the recert finrhrrs cf expensive space racthties Laboratories a: fiat. Canactan uruversity re- Fcundatt-r asettcv'i en unit- siderces. .rcludrr.; those in Alberta. :n camrus residences. re- ar- en Icr; term loans ircm shc-vs tra: less and less stu- CMh'. and must ce for. 'A: .s are to live en cam-us. example, there is 2 "You're Great at Dark Clouds, But What Happened to the Silver Alert ear pays off By Err.ce Hutchison, special for KP Publications v, To a Cizacian 1-35 seen cered. far shcrt c: it ur.der ten t h e it in ceptiv? tre refr. his ".-i :o adrai; :r.2: Lf the r.2ucr.'s 5fj hlj. iSe But the rai-se, drr.r the EL- c-: triumph :-i booes. "is: rlerr." c: lucl-: terrr: c: a presider.: sry .-o'rire "o leir. rjuur; :a.r.. before lura ce 2ri crlv :he So At tre he de-ride "o tf i- beyond c-illor.fr. his jrs2: is sobrjie rui be the president el tr.r Vrute-i W-st ras ie chsrce v.-.L he :i..-.; is hidden :erur.i tie ity grirry srruhria the la o-.her sjy t.--; 0113 erKgh r? urhe ;cr :zs err.? .iis roa'irr-l a.- Ar.c rus rjL'.ori rr.-s- pis: jtidied rarr: :hrruzh i h z izr.er he has or.e- rLjsyjdrrd it? ar. E-A-'U! sezse of irs ar. r.1-" so cr. :he f.i r: his re-ir.i-ii- 2lrr.ost rrrcri: ire aril :r.e v-orld some Tre ir.'.andbles, eve-n E man in: never lol- :r; sr.y lesder cznryx for- ss? ail ihose and the yet fp-e- jr.v.1 by no M far. a bie fssciCiied. ar.: cy tiie er ur.cz.iny d3rjf.iie-ee berwcen C.e c: Preslcer.: Nixon ?n-e TTndeau. Bxh urem office in a ..rjTib'.e, "ife ir. pol- ;urs: Mr. X'Aon elecred by a sr.i uzliiely to ciree: iriveiy if -o: hs.5 to My sympathy with incono- clasts and my distaste for humbug almost led me to sup- port Mr, Fishboume against Mr. LaMe in his recent assault oa the education bureaucrat'. But emotion must be put aside and cold reason prevail. Mr. rishbourne has known for a long time that there's some- thing rotten in the state oi mass-schooling and something fetishistic in "the policies and purposes of educational admin- istration from top to bottom. But he has somehow got into head the mistaken notion that the Worth Report is a ra- dical document which supports the common man's freedom and attacks the manipulators. Noth- ing could be more bizarre. The Worth Report is simply the latest official document here in Albeita to advocate policies which, while providing a verier of humanism, are calculated 10 [i: and adjusi people to change induced by the money-makers and mass-media manipulators. base is evohidonary and progressiiist: it is v.ith the modem superstition or progress through techniques. It is the reaction, of a techno cracy to a reaction easily diagnosed as seif-dei'eQ- sive and fundamentally uncriii- Rather than anaci- the b'.iresucrscy. therefore, the Wonn Repon chooses to defend sdrninistrators as heroes, and it is teachers who come m for the main assault, as usual prorourri coramect wwld, n "fact, try fo set forth a cr.nque oi mass-schooling which voould uphold the of teschir-s as a vocatior. and eroo'jnd a theory of knowledge voich sr.o-rs the dynamic retire o; ire ieac'ner'5 role. Hoirever. Lakie's of }ir, Fishbource's cr'lti- dsas was too sweepig. Fishbource is right to treat aci- dcntic estaMishments and fs- pccially school bureaucracies a degree of scorn. I think the truth is thai the Worth Re- port is much more on Lakie's side than he realizes and much more opposed to the rights of parents and students than Fish- boume has indicated. I would ask both gentlemen to read the November-Decem- ber issue of the ATA magazine which has many acute and wel- come criticisms of the Worth r.epon. In particular, I recom- mend C. C. Anderson's article which comes to grips with the neo-Deweyisru and superstitious faith in technology characteris- tic of the report. Anderson's ar- ticle the report in the con- text o: a so-called "free-eater- prise" eco-otay which does not wsn; educated people so much trained r.dapters. But the most serious element in the reaction so far to this irjfamous report i? the failure rejgious groups to engage in r.ny strong debate on the is- sues ir.vo'ved. There have been srjze from time to lime bu: DO response adequate to the task of meeting what really arr.o-juts to an assault on brs'c" values. is most ur- reec'ed is strong public assertion ?r.d philosophic de- fence o: permanent moral and Kciai values. This also bdcslly i.-Dly a critique of exisri'g educational arrange- rr.erts far likely to place on pe-sors a-d rraly r-r.'iaa needs than the essen- tially Worth Re- por.. As I i: In arj article :h" a >eor aeo. irhat do we change which is sup- or is pro- cure? So. a o- both your house.-. Mr. FlsLboume and Mr. PETER HUNT Icteric ;e Against capital punishment :o c: rij r._5 The rut po r-: c h e-: serL c: have been deveiopedi but the gen- rnuch iarre- eral trend is towards more and more residence rooms. And this is So this srjace exists, more cf it in sr.ie cf such expedients as reduc- seems due become available, and tiers up to 50 per cent in charges, i: is etcrensive. Surelv v. aether it is rcoms in exchange for miralmal ser- ideal c1 ;o- ,-ther it of students, rules requiring freshmen ever.' effirt made M utilize ana sometimes second it. before addliioral space is built. To be seen and heard Bj Gregory L. Hales, School are needed Tbe: ---ears bis bock. Tr.e Social Fu'jn- r.ee-iec :o resrorc 10 new c-i e-s lie ot 7izoTledie. ic-ave record 'rehi-c r-rrges r.e- CL: i: :r.e leacher cessary ir, schco'-S in orier 10 ir.- ir.cr.2rrrii as sb.e lo iTur-.ive in ar.d '-he as beic-re. ever. ctmizci of raz-ic.y wcr.c. c: scinxl nrocec'-ircs ir_- Bu: or.y charges inust be reascr.e-d ar.d Thev mus: rc-i -eore- ar.c 'o szr.i 3. a" ".3" .___. _....." Nlson wC co izrJur-g. avo-.c reverse prlzdp.e. ezibrsre an errr-L-o- ot ar.y :ner.d rhe irvo.Vr r.o.d? r-x the i" "lil. iz CT25UC r.cc b'Jt their Ices from Xo ir.: r.3 Befc-re fuci: cir. cczrj-re.-'s cr.ck. -oL-_r; e-TuV--: ten be or s: leas; pec- cer. .'DMT yer_-f v.-ii: r.ve ar.d irczrab'y rizci2 of election cay failed azd ihe This, you 15 dc-p.orcble and :o r-e reversed by cf Pei-- XIAO-, gani- i c: the carcii y r.o all of :s are -r-b Canada deeply, -rs: tine.' as to" e.Tz.ain later The intangible victim By Anihony York Times "TO f0 cor, iac; vv-.r, uie zur1-? re cr. scucols raust r.volve teacr.ers 2t ever.- --d. ser.ous ".-r.er. ar.' cr.ar.ie :s :-ei-.2 CJH- ar.d diirL-e :he tirr.p respirjEib'.lity ior ciassrmm are evaluated. in the plinrar.g. and eval- ei -r.ir. :a ccr.t-bu'e profwiiooal as- cr changes in tr.e Teachers :o charges v, T'-e is this: c'.i-ricui'jrr.. irainc- experience :s tr. a rxsitLT: ;o :r char.ges recui-e .v-.a: 15, or ha- -r-cr. happer.- charre. a charge LT slu- ir.: :r c.a.-.-rr-irr.. Dorsorr.ci rr.ilit 'w rr.aiiL. rr.-jsi. :.e prececer. tarucipate in Iht oi childrcr.. clas-srOTrr. that ziiic: :hrra_ as a n thi- r-jie thev ihat schnroDhreria Ls ar. to a visits- a rimrai crea V_r.ua_.' ever." reactlo-. piar.ec. i- oo'izry, ex- Tr.-Lr.i o: all "lu- ihe :i has r.i'.v hit by ceptlcr in h-S. Thorr.as forsaken cry a' rr. re "Ir.lr. orce he :i- r.e.'.j tha: :he 1 H..j r rar.ce L- '-ou bv self Is L-sar.e aid -ren thi? Nrai Lt Hir.ci 1-2-; -.he rr_Ller -crs.i: says.'it 'j.dersico-1. -_ie apr.arer.t w-.h-c-d. The u ar.y rears as :he v 1 have blarr.ec :he rtsisi Lie r.c-.'. cu.is cf nn- al. I have r.o t.-a: r.arche-- 2 reason are r. 11 ur.der ar.y s-poorts thai a: ?y.." -.-.-r.do-.-s. th-5 ase. Tr.ty Tailor, c-naiclv ci.iscr.i-o t-soaro i'lc that reason :s 're oi ir. v r.-: x''Te- political society ard :ra'. v.fl F-: the New Vvr-. h. i V-.'ir.v it :hoy t.on U.S. ro-b.--- n -.--.re ar..- :he iamare Christmas c: ]i v. rvr- ri i- pf h :-.io LT response to a recen: fea- ture in Herald refardir.c the ard future o; capiraJ if the thL-Jdrg of the res; of tie cour.try ar.d is the sarrje as aosi of th-.ve Li- locaL'y. c-jplicated niirder will ED on for another period pi tirze. I s-jbrrrt ihar a ]y ard such as we HOTT kr.oTr should be accomparaed by ar.d sep v.-iui moral sdvance- mer.t. ar.d ths: it is time that capital p-c'dihrjei: be rel- to the pas to jcui the baroarism to it approp- b Tbe Herald tha: ?r. o: those upholdhij capiral p-urush- fell that i: carried a great protect ve force, social- ly, wnicr.. I v.TXild say, Ls super- ficially credible. In my view it overkxfe txher factors of equally great LEMT- Lar.ce. FirrJy. it is r.ot necessary for society to eliminate a murder- er ar-d thus fclicaie aa ugly ei.-erjt. of some o: ruca persots is aceouate. I be- Hei-e that capital r.y. Dearly so tz'jch a ceterreri: as it rr.ay seera. c-je larjeiy to the srror.g prwabuiry Lhat few i: ar.y take place u th? expected to" be ca I say that any type c: plar_-.ed crLrje achieves srxt req'ires full cosSaeace t-e- fore it car. So commltte-d. 71-ougi-ts of faLure cuer.t p-ur_si'imer.' do r.-ri-t ir. r.iy carr-' L-if.uejtce This c.v.vr.ces tue '.hat p'ur.- fr- crimes of every r-Te does rot carr-' the deter- ring value '.vrucr. society be- Leves ar.rl h-tipes it does, and of t.us the present vpi- urr.e of crurie reported today, v.tu'ch is ar.d on the Ce-.alrly crimes cori- front society wl'h a persister.; prc-b-err.. ar.d cer.alr.ly ptmish- rr.ert for crime should ceamiue for whatever it is and 1 have r.r-t LnpLed tha; it is worthless. Ar.-.iu-.cr tbur.g tm5er- mmirr i's is tha! it maies more dis- creet, cautious art: tborc-urh. tuatmg r.ature cf crlrae data, Lteluu_tg are here eoa- stcerlr.g. it may never be r-os- K'r'e to assess the cecerrLtg of capital pun- ishment. of this am- biguity ar.d in the interest of moral prutcipal. we should not Ctm present culhrre is r.of so gjoi. that it could-.'t be berter, ard or capital pur- Lt we sho'uli erxieavor to advarce. yust as we tmrrove wiy of life. Defends Pun jabis Thij a very belated prr-testirf? CVrr s-r you to Eva Bresiser ex- are at cdly many o'.hers felt a'wi: 7_ho r: injverlfled suspicicG or v-_-.- :v-'-; I: co> s ...e e....... i done the practice of rccrl'rj- tion orj the v-lir-irr.5 o: rather than pr. the perpetrators. i; is easier, arxi ;is: as long as there's -dnd e-1 who cares? w? L' at rare. LVCA The Utlibridge Herald KM oh S., LCTHBRIDGE HER.UJ) ro. LTD.. ar.d PjSI P-jiltsfccvi by w. A. rf T-e C'-a: v .yers ii'xa'CT s-3 rx i.; -t.Vli r r L: i, Y'''V'CE' r: v.V.'. a.ci -a E. THE HERAID SERVES THE SOUTH" ;