Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
4 THE LETHBRIDGE HESAID Tuesday, January 9, 1973 Teacher Ove1" a period of abcui ion" years sociation and from tlie administra- te Herald has nude nv.ul.-ble a live level have come to our aiten- oace or ihe ediicriAl ?aje every uon. Such stones no doubt travel the v'-sk educ.iic'rs to express their grapevine and cause fears of loss -'.vs. IVo resir'.ciions. exL'eK lei'.iiii, of advancement and may even sug- v, ere impoieo. ?j'.d ii coir.ribuuons gest job jeopardy. In a time of some been tHibllsiied. decline in the number of teaching lv-.ilv eiioiKr. erwruiiiv to positions and of over-supply of per- en-iiiiien the on sonr.el this fear could easily become edticEiic-n or :o er.csje in exaggerated and effectively intimi- abeui chances dis: iiii-iii be dsie some Doteniial writers. desirable has no: been seized v. ith The Herald knows a bit about the much enthusiasm. A hartditil ci v.T.t- ATA side of the equation. A teacher ers have iieierrninediy kepi line pro- writer was rebuked for a facetious alive cm the proir.oters have not piece he wrote and Tne Herald shared h.iii notable success in er_isiir.g ihe rebv.ke for having published it. It oi'iers to er.ter the fray. seem; thai nothing must be said or cone that night in any way reflect ;_. ;r_ ;J fear, adversely on the teaching profession. VJs. fear. Teachers are afraid c: as ;udgej by certain officers of. the .-.ile rernsal. l-'ea- n.v.jtile operates ir. nie Igr.orjig such scolding might seem like the v. .ses: cc-jrse for teachers since 11 :s the ATA that suffers most -..j--.; y prcressi.'ii that cannot coun- ;rs. arrarently. are to ter.ance a fc.t ci fun i.tr Tli-r Herald lesi ihey p-okmg is rorr.reus to the point of r -..s standing ".vilh their siud- triinr a teacher can afiVrd to treat _ EV terns. Some Thermal v-nter; have been exene-i on Herald contribute" Beef prices to Japar. Canada had Canadian i mere cut ci the world -.vork force. mer.us. At ihe same time more and more and maior at> pliar.c? eniered Canada from JaDan. s ?ay Caralian f-rm; iei ur uld be re- The casserole The fluc.ehead Is acruaiiy the shcoc ot dies. alf-- beore it opens to torn the fern. It is they're accustomed to. considered a table deh'eacy arc its hip I: a person cltrn; to a price tnaies i; prontible to pro-rd- er.c-iurh he s sure M ing the shcr: han-estirg seascc U CCT- eventually. rectly ascen-1-ed. _____ There are only a days in the SOTI.-.J- all this a'r-iii time vrhen the flddlehead ireen is formed and rausc be picked. Ajter that, the plaz.: becC'Eies a ten and loses its value. A pens are :OOG prccessir.g concern in Florence- its good health ar. i i-ilie. X 3.. processes atcui a cuarier-nil- -r-e i-or. ivur.cls of arutuaily. ficcer.ci 6o-year-cld -vr.o ras cevttec 10 years his iile to cu-l-vcte the prized Brurs-.'hci t'td- ;arch iiiHttist get a st-ucett: to 03 agrse. :ut rlieve i-a: rrr.y is to cer.t in skirt r.j-.e iltooked ore cherished rotten cn the head. I; v us mtci's cr -Ite mini would a.v.Lt :'-.e siipretr.e ar.-: alone. in are re.-; ured to Rftnemiter uren real loi-e was a boy m.voor.ce -s di-.i.ted trto districts r.f ab--jut a paricttlar sir! to wear hj sv.eat- esch. dtstr.ij ..I.: ;u..if.f.-.- setup, in rich rtvl hvip ,--o... j o t re ci.ii H ar.i tell the switch- h.-crd t-o.t a d .tor o Urdrr Letters U.S. tribute to Pearson The death of the Honorable Lester B. Pearson, for mer prime minister of Canada, re- moves a highly respected and sincere friend of the United States. I watched on Channel 7 the entire devout service that end- ed wiih laying this noble man to his eternal reft in his be- lovod hills above Ottawa. In the middle of September 1964, a phone call came from Calgary one morning request- ing the clearance of certain newsmen from Alberta when the president of the United States. Lyndon Johnson, and the prime minister of Canada. Lester B. Pearson, would ar- rive at MahTjtrom Air Force Base. It was on that day at t h e airport administration building, I had the honor of being presented to the prime rrjmser. who in ium bter in- troduced me to the president c-i the United They were proceeding in their government planes to dedicate the peace on the Canadian-United S'tttes bonier ne.tr Their purpose vas peace. On July 18, 'lK5 before a large gathemg in Fort Mac- leod. the Blood Indians induct- ed the prime minister as an honorary chief. Later that day, in the picturesque garden of Mr and Mrs. Albert Swinarton of Fort Macleod, the writer again had the opportunity to visit alone for eight or ten min- utes with the prime minister. The subject was peace between our two countries He was a straightforward, honor able, highly intelligent and brilliant man, carrying on this great work for peace and good will. Mr. Pearson exemplified throughout his useful life an un- usual ability to weigh and bal- ance complex problems He an outstanding statesman. It is fitting to tvnise and ex- press to the people of Canada OUT sincere sorrow in his pass- ing. May the memory- of peace- ful deeds carry on down through the an example to us who JA-TS J. FLAHERTY, Chuirman Ke'2-i-r.j Committee Great F.t'ls area Chamber of One b'g happy family Congress, presidential tool 'Dreamer' is mistaken Ev Csrl T. I'.S. commpntator WASHEsGTOX The P3rd is in session, shroud- ed U3 lali abou; an 1- r.. DU: o'.'er-vh-ejnirg sus- er; o: "Jus Cor ir ess v.vuld ra'.r.er bitch iizrA. The challenge is clear: this dc-es "-vhst it wizis 10 aiioui war or peace, wirh no consuliEdon Congress: i' sper-ds ap- proDrintec" by Congress only wnen the p-esicen: feels iike ETXr.ding uses "eiecju-.e privilege" to deny Congress any from those who rranirt-ulaie the real levers o: power, and caiL-.e: are ceclrin; csv- alier fre-uLiency to '.es'ur'y Congress The basic is iha: wra: Congress neeiij -os; is vha: ihe preser.c leaders :ear reforrr.. Reforrr. wocld rr.ean ;he cer- tain loss of power :o men holding key posts, arc jhey siniDly would raL'-er see Con- gress lanruish v-rule iis inslilulior-al erxes pc-vver. Those in fron: areas where there has been no real democracy, where the o: vr.ers is ,-iepl low :.-_-ough cluss escl-iiou. even physical ihrests are :ne ones who baci term after :rrm and power through ashamedly to demote Rule, bringing only feeble protests TV- :o :e -ve most Sen. Proxmire, u r n c irl- cr.uii'iuan of the committee be- --'iih had testified. The r-ir.is -.r-: branch Lielihooc is ths! Congress. cor- needs desperaiely tesU- -se-'ai-sm ar..: -.'iry ars gnr.g to witch while in rv-er. nule tire axe. Tl'.e r.rl.'s IMS A Congress which is so weak. .raring :'-e o: these old 50 gutless, nhat it watches the or. tre narrow, or.e-parry of a man liie Rule e r-r.cral processes ir. Mississip- in impotent silence can hardly r: It is rig- be expected to assert itself n.i-oj.r.1 tlto.i the exec'jti-, s ir the field of foreign policy or rrtn-in ihrew tr-: old ruard a i-. tlte critical business of set- Ueline by relixire enfcrce-enc domestic priorities. o; -ne Fichls Act of Concress with anv back- fa The ''Dec. 301 says. "If Viet- nam does not want to be bomb- e-d i; might consider wirhciraw- ir.z from South Vietnam.'' I: is a r-Jiiasen ides that was to be considered as t'.vo nations. This only a temporary agreement Efter the French were defeated by Ko Chi Midi's forces. A: the Ge-eva corferer.re. in ;P54. cn by U.S. Britain. China ar.d il ey Egreec t? arreeirg to n election Lr India ar.c Poland were called to this arreemer.i Hovvever U.S. to sicn mairJv on tre -e t: :'e o: Lorrresjioua civil servant in he w-o the abou: E pocen- unsavory linkup oi :be TO ihe Eiiliiary-ic- arid vre'll cerjy Co-gress is too tied up s. ico mucii grcur.as tnn: i; an eleciicn h-r'd Ho CrJ bebg a hero v, ro the French would win. .Hso psrtly be- cause of a minority grout? made up o: Catholics and rcy- wro were :o Ho ar.a :o this group. Johr. Dulles, whom gave 10 nin af- fairs, gave and finan- cial ale to a that besi on Large areas of :erzam bv ;h-5 Met Crag but t-ey were de- clared illegal, so the civil war was cn on to say tlv.: the Corudi'-nisis have not only Trudezu cn their side but ai.-ci the press and some so- c.-ued souih of the torcier. Thai's a ridiirulous sratement. Truceau- a Commie lover? How absurd: .Arrogant? Perhaps, vrrsn people throw a' hlrj Le throw I rr'.e row aii is sir'-rir cariialis: than a 1'u: ve also reai- C-r for our are S-r.-ie: Ur-on and C'-.ir.a. A busL-pff-nan c-xv r his regarcif-j c: race or creed. I S'.irr Xixrn had :hat Li mind when re Mao and ihe hrn a lover? American have very much 1.1 be proud Their probably t r i' technciopci c: ail :ime. In tha fivi- prC'iucuoa they c: endeavor. E'jt tlus nurz'ervus assault on a srr.ill r.i-i-- rr.srks a titi ATu JLATSOX curries as o: L-.C- er: and -errei Lir.oi has been ui'.-ci-.-e-i in ffveral ccst overrun cusrires in I--T-S 'Or The p- rr_oveo UL- ur_-g Sen. John and (Khers are g thai the whole Cor.- curie a courle c-.e reison anc anot Too timid to rock the boat By Joseph Kraft. V.5. syndicated commentator The f.Trd Congress cor.ver.ed sorr.v hi the etiec.tive But Prett-detrl NLtcn has !y dra-tt. ard to- -her? us p-xutd o-Iy ore c- hiriiy ail sirruificant author- rt_p-2vKturii u-suiatior c-trtrr.ersial .r.to the Kouso. Ever! call thentsrlves leaders ir tre he has f'ur.ds 'for i.-iunst iheir testif-.-- the strorg actlctus trat ;re r_s -.e-o. has simply cut --at s'eDs recuired t.-ely -.0 rlarr.e tor "re tr-iurh tie rrcrrattt ts a i- pr-re of I- ,t'.-I tarle. The C-rrress t.-.ree areas re r.as truttated ac- nr.a..y there ts the matter o: far. tt-n vote turds to o: the C r.- pr.-.-.lc-re That :.-e ".'.rule House ar.d other" ex- thai for ther were ble. Onlv zer claim- tened ntv l sons o.' akinn clfcum- ly able to charges. are pro- e c-.vn-i.-ts Whose rights are protected? Lo-ug'-eed rovemrrert, too steer. But a a sell story C.ir-s-iur. arc hor.est she agreed that almost rickeru-te. re- 11 the Alans eerily passed its huuriar. rirbus act Alberts Conservative. lust piage. ber i9TC. b-e.- ore. mey say. Tr.eir iz-atiorj beccuse o: race, rellg- icu, color, ses or are. So are all protected. Xorhirjg o.xild be further frcru the truth. Doc': fcr z mirrcte you siir.e-i'S caa K-ori you Hie. For c-fea; thrss alicictus ycu see, they carefully orrjtted ;ust -'r-t-fe urjiu rr.exwrshiD. M you still X.-t the ca-.'t ger a joi tdess :-TU be- icus to a uru'un. The rich: to It ocrtitlv is a v.-ori is -jrc they huve -ft thi? re-.r b-i-therec v.-.th as rxx ir rtar--- K-ir.: to Ijse the urio-r v.re. e-..-_se ru.'u-v_d reveals this art is ar.v r..t L-. ir. tr.e tlel-j ct ?xiul l-l ur ccrjtacts. Trus carj to r-? e-u by v.hat to a a--'y 3_t thrr." T.-- fr.er'i ot' T.-ro ir.our.hi s'-e. c.rers a call t're hair, put etc. fhe Triumph of visual art fair a" tri? L-ethbrtttre Corr.rr.'urutv Ot-Hece hur.dreds v. trit arr.o'tr.: -f cr-.js -iWrx csuf-ed An-- :s surtiy tor trosc er.ean rr.ar.tmer ar.c reeessa--. irc-o ;e cb'.tcue harass- It has also utvo ved the IM of 0, ex-x--- :--.-e v e t-nvtiette.'testirr.or.y or. Crazy Capers o- b-tu-fhl ore at the fair. V e ert tr.at I hid a reasotab'y ctur> to get shorn with all their bmJ- euro f--. h.uhly pr-r-Cipitxi men, vy are "r.- N- t !L': 1 -t. p c.i tie ki'.oo warcss in pa.-i Mjjiion. n-s uimc a-i ThcPuppoU tre L'w in At alj times llwre has been The Lethbridge Herald LZTHBP.rDGF. HESALD "0. LTD. Ft.-, r.-it.-rs ar: C MI THE HERALD SERVES THE SOUTH"