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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 ICTHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Jonuory 24, 1 Public school trustees okay individual learning concept u C H S sr.'dents invoked with on an experirner.- :.i! r.ot been al'le to i'riapt :o now concept. Mr. Terrilf said steps have been taken within the program reduce that Tuesday LctrDnusi? puo- Vealm-s of this rl.tn is that you must ccms to ior-iis with students who have siacts at Viir-Stop. disabilities." he said High School will be V.'CHS assistant principal Jim r-.varc'ecl to for ap- Andersen to'd trustees the roa- ?va! irorj ihe coosrtir.ent of ja- problem to students is orer- ccrcisg t'-.e established routire Dr. Pour.----------------------------------'------- By I1FRB LEW, Herald Sufi Writer .V! privOL-t desiir-ed to emphasize the is ir.dividual re- w support esoay Lothbrlcke pub- hoc! trustees procrarr.. already ir c.v Mcrhersc- -.old trustees r.e considers tr.o eor.cep; silnEttve ar.d re'rive to IL' of a contemporary hish school prosram. "Students accumulated a variety disabilities to a va- riety of degrees through ihe school system." Mr. Anderson, said. He said the new OHccpt could easily eliminate "uridt'r achievers" completely. Trustee Carl Johnson said the board must support the new concept, at least in theory: "This board should support the senera! tenure of ire p-e- Fcp.tatiorc. If we don't try. how ai'e we ever coirs to find out he said. trusiees row await com- ments from the department of e.-.ucarjon on the new program. Ti j concept not be intro- duced to local schools until it hss been approved by the de- partment. Experimentation with the program, with the full support o: public trustees, is expected to continue at Winston Church- il! High. Dorothy Gooder to expand r.ev relate A SSO.CW-pl'js e.tpaEsion pro- p.-as for the Dorothy Gooder School has received approval frcrn Lethbririge public school trustees ard from iff provii- cial Eleven areas of the rchool mil be extended under the pro- erara. 550.765. Trustees rer wee. harvested potatoes will qusliry for a special assis- '.ar.ce gran', and of the EC-eafe is Ln norther-; s-j's Phil Tnomas. secretary of Alberta potato Groivers As- scciatio.n. Fro'.-ir-cia; Agriculture MirJs- ;cr Dr. Hugh Konsr annpunced Tuesday his goverrjr.er; is pre- TMrec to ray ScO an sere on the Teacher vote on salaries continues More thai; 1.3W r-jral teach- ers continue voting today OD a 61 per cent average salary in- crease awarded by a concilia- tion board earlier this month. Teachers begar. voting Mon- day and will "iron-Linue to cast ballots tziol Wednescay ev-e- nag. Results 01 the vote nl be announced tc teachers som.e- Thursday be.'ore btLig re- 'cased to the media. S.-pervision of vote court be directed b1-" the Irxmst- r.ai Relations Board at Leth- brlcse. Voting was held Monday for teachers at Cclerr.an ar.d Pia- Creek. BroC'is and Taber CLTtnc: teachers ca5t bailors followed NCTTOC and Lett-bridge area teachers ccciy. All teachers involved the wage proposal are members of the Alberta Teachers' Asaxria- tioi southwest district. unhan-ested pan of the crop to a maximum ci KO seres per farm. He said although some farm- ers irj the north lost more than :00 acres, tbs assistance will det'Eitely help Item. Production costs for growing potatoes range from SC90 to S4M per acre trhdch means the assistance is not totally ade- c'late. Mr. Thomas said rot mar.y farrr.ers ir. Alberta will benefit from assistance the majority of the crops v.-ere harvested. Ke said rr.any farmers ir. the south potatoes which were t'raten while in- storage but this isn t Deluded in the assistance pro- gram. He said the -Uberj Potato CornEtssion is trying to have j tite assistance appiy to stored rctatoes also. Cattle disease seminar set School shoic at in February Wilson Junior High School a musical production. Tre Wifard ot Cn. at the Yates Centre Feb. 7. 8 and 9. Wilson Junior High principal George Castl-es says. He said this will be the fourth year his school has been staging musical productions. Because of good public recep- tion in past years. year there are three performances instead oi tro. About 150 stuceots. mostly taking grammar, music, bard and art classes.will take part in the production under the direction of Barbara Walk- er, a music teacher with the school. S2.4JO: entrance, storage and bathroom. S1.4SO; senior crafts area. S3 000. A more detailed report on the expansion is expected next month from Dr. Bob Gall, di- rec'or of special services for the public board. Ir oilier business Tuesday, trustees: Approved rep reservation at a worksiiop for main- tenance supervisors; in May at a cost of about S1SO Approved rep reservation 'o an Alberta school Trustees' Association seminar on pro- posed changes to the Alberta Labor Act. The Calgary Confer- ence will held Feb. to 24. Approved continued mem- bership in the Canadian Educa- tion Association at a cost of about S150. Approved the appointment d Gordon Pankh'jrst as head caretaker for Lakeview SchooL 3L-. Pankhurst. one of four ap- for the position, wss assistant head caretaker at Hamilton Junior High School. Board members received a ".-r'ier frcs the Alberta School for the Deaf stating !im-ds arc r.ot available irorn that institu- tion for special Lethbridge classes to assist hard of hear- in a srj-dents. Trustees v.-ill consloe- alter- r.adves to the local problem sometime in February About 15 children with hear- ing problems are now redser- e-i --ithin the Lcthbridfe public- system. The board was tcid no action can be taken until the revised government furxiing formula special education is re- ceived from Edmonton. L of L prof, book author The Lethbridge district es tension office present 2 range cattle diseases seminar TufT-cav at the librar' at 1.30 p.m. Dr. Darwin Lund and Dr. Don Harairion of the Taber Ani- vTui be speakers. The topics to be is- elude bloat, redness, scours foiiud alive A year old Lethbridge man missing since Dec. 11 has been found living Li Cairary, city po'iice reported day. 'Ssncor; Kiss. 59. was last seen near his aoartment at Cocuib'jtiocs from a Univer- sity of Lethcridse protester have 'oeer. included in a beck ra Canadian education ex- j pectec to he released this June. I Dr. R. X. Ar.derscr's ar-dcle, ''Cor.ceptualizi-g and Curricu- lirti." Vill bs "incl'jded in the collection of articles edu- ca--3rs across Canada. cle is the c.-iy one by an Al- ter.a residcrt. Tre idea was to get a cross-section oi educa- tional cocment.'1 Dr. .Anderson said. A U of L faculty rr.err.ber for four years. Dr. Ardcrson era- cuated from ths University- oi Saskatchewan ar.d the Univer- sity of Mutnescta. He said his contribution to ihe Dew book a concept of curriculum, ''to us some nteans cf breajdng out of our stereotyped apvoach to curricular thousht.'1 COMPLETE AUTOMATIC WASHERS DRYERS AS WELL AS SPIN WASHERS 324 7th Ave. S. en the mcrning of Dec. H. Police said at the tirr.e that he left the ccor of his home open, "as if he was piannine to return." Mr. KSJ fc'Ltd --hen he Kamloops of- settlements Food group lecture topic 1-YR. GUARANTEE FAIRFIELD SERVICES LTD. 327-6070, 327-6884 We will also buy any R.C.A. INGLIS OR WHIRLPOOL automatic washers or gai drycri in need of repair for rebuilding. We also hovo 3 fully qualified technician! available for olher repair jorvices. execjittve set John Wickers o[ sen's F'arrjiy ras been ejected president c.f the Canadian Restaurant tior.. Southern .Alberta zero. Other officers elected includ- ed Kay Kerr of the Elainr.ore Lazy Take-Home Foods as vice-president. Ray McDouaail of the CaJUdian Western Nat- ural Gas as secreiarj-, and Eric Smith cf Sven Erictser.'s as membership chairman. r.ar'.y KasJoops' se'.-Jemer.tj rr.d the fror.tier ethic of British Ccluir.bia are to be at tv.o pubhc lectures Jan. 25 and 26 it the University c: Lethbridge. Professor Nelson fcis of the K.irr. loops College geography dcpartrr.er.t will bo guest speai- er at lectures. Ho will speck on Kamioops' sxntlecicnts A a.m. Thurs- day in rocm and. FYiday it 3 p.m. in room B780 on the fron- tier etrv.c. icinter ccndilicrs hsvent fooled 'ris cf up lo 73 nzh have been recorded in cs ihcv-'n in these phcics cf dov.-n- the city, breaking overturning moilboxes and sr.CD.ccrs b'j-.died wc-r-iy the strong Chir- sconering over pedestria-s end drivers winds h ve raised havoc thrcughcur the ory TWO CITY EDUCATORS Canvasser GIVEN FELLOWSHIPS for Letiirlcge are ary after at least five years of educators to teaching at a CaEeCian be grunted leave fellowships by sip.-. the Canada Council, an Ottawa Also provided to eligible edu- spoiesman annou-Tced today. cator; are trave! and research C-C'rdon Carar'roll ar.d K. L. e.-qsrses, if required. Hicken. both of tl-o Uriversir.- Canada Council ofiicials cm- o' Lethbridge. will use their sidered 475 applicants for leave fellowships for iuil-tirr.e :nde- feilo'.i-ships awarding aid research. may to 3a persots acrcss taie up to a f'.u }cor for thvir' Canada. research. Mr. Carr.poell in Of the 13 leave e-jucation. Mr. Hickfn in music- in Alberta, seven go to the of .Alberta. V.'orj up to K.C'l'l lea-, e fel- four to ;be University of Cal- kw-sl-jips are awarded to pro- gary ar.d nvo to tae Univer- iessors oa leare at partial sal- of Lettbridge. Proincial PEP program has 10 openings at LCC cancer blitz Canadian Cancer Socieh1 i? fee canvassers to vork for the Sunday Cancer Blitz on April S. the society's fur.ti-raisir.e campaign chair- man This year's objective has been EC; at KO.PW for the Lethbridge district. Ceail Gordon jaid. "We v-i'l hold an educational ar.d seminar on March 22." he said. "We ive have enoueh canvassers bv then." Last year the society raised about S5.0M abort tht obiective. Fwp'e ir.ieresied in becom- ing should caH the society's office at 327-5452, be CLARE WADDEU Shriner s elect officers J. Clare Waddell has, been elected president of the Leth- br.cge Cluh Othor e'tictrs elected include Maurice j. S. is Clare C. sori as Lnd B-iird. T.'.V.S. Bar.d and G. S. Mackenzie as directors Knife puller sets iail term ien jjosiiorj are cpes at Comntirtir.' Col- lege's Priority Err.-ioyraent Frogram '.veek but the cancies will be filled or. a first ocnte, firs: ser-.-ed basis. LCC information officer C-5r- dcn ColleQEe said -cs'iay dra-ival ri 10 student; from four FEP programs resiuited b the cpming? Aiou: stucer.a are aireadv tztr'er th; PE? plan at I.CO. he iatd. Mr faid vacancies ir.c.ude one in cay care aid program, LI the school program, tv-u ir. buils- n-.aLttenarce and five in the sheet metal course He i.-'erested txr.-Ou-S awly for entrance through PEP rejtrration cer.te at the Le-" Peiisioii mail to visit Taller A representative of tho District Office a" Tite Taber area :r. s-.ver question? th.a plan. Old Are Security ani the fjaranteed Ltcome supp'emer.-.. Loui? LaPiace v.-ill be avail able in the Taber Adirinistra- tion Building from I p.m. to 4 Radio club elects offirprs New officers o: the Lethbridce General Radio Service Club v.-ere irstaUecl at th-e club's Jan. m. Ir.comtng Larry said that the r'.t-.'-. is run pisnnira their ac- :or tre corning year. The new officers, elected Dec. IS. are: 1st president Ckofl DeBoer: 2nd rice presi- dent Bruce- Archiba'd: secrf- tary Kay N'-jmrni: and treasur- Speir. STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 3143rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 ir.er.t ui Ihe Dalia; Hotel bar Tuesday to three r-.rcths in jail on a charge of possession of an offensive weap- on. Jowph Robinson 47. had plc.idcKi r.tilty to the cruirr-c, which specifier! that on the eve- niiii; of Jan. 13, he had pulled a six-inch knife from coat during an argument. Another vr.an. Donald F.l'.iott. was committed to Alberta Hospital in PonoSca List week for treatment of mental illness, after he plo.iricd guilty tn the same tm.sinsi from the iamo ir.cidcnt. I'.lliott is scheduled bi appear in provincial court March 15. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Cordially extend an invitation to you and your staff to attend a Showing of our new line of Office Furniture a product of Superior Steel an Alberta Manufacturer to p.m. Friday, January 26th, 1973 to p.m. Saturday, January 27th, 1973 at tho lower floor of the Seventh Street Shopping Mall Phone 328-7411 KenWorboys Dick Vender Molen Slan Worboys ;