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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IrTHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, January 26, 1973 B loods build centre A !_rcf 3rd srOTpirv: construction at XAT.iix" in tb.e Siood L-dim Re- is :cr com- Tr.e S'.ood Adtr-riistra- f.-r. Stadias is 3 ur- sa'.'S Gordon Mar- L'C.T.. r-ubiio v.'orks ar-d Fiigar. re- >en'es with -he radian affairs iir.d r.ortrer-] de- The project beer, 7v-ith a loan tre Bjrk of Nova Scotia srar.t from the I T by tre bar.c. T-e cor.ct'C'? 2r.d steel struc- ture will have -r.5_6 squa-e fee; will rouse band aclmlr.'iStra- tion ar.d government offices. the Bank of Neva Scoria, a gro- eery store, a office, a res-. taurazt. a cliruc. a dentist's of- fice and a pb-artnacy. The bari loan is to be reraij ir. 15 years with the "ratd by the tenants, says C-era-clire Kol'.ir.c cf the bar.c's The buildirg. designed by KDbitt5. Mitchell aud Watson of Lethbridge. is contracted to Kenwood Engineering Consu-uc- tios Ltd. The buildir-g is design- ed in such a wtiy that it allows for easy expansion if additional space is required. DO YOU THINK THIS WAY ABOUT FUNERALS? Mcrsy s-ert cr eiab- r'-rerais would be en the iiv- 1 t wcrt my bcc'y D'_r en cublic displcy. I wsnt to record rr.y before my a'ecin so rny next cf tin r e d r rr c k e pc n f u I under stress. 1 wcnr I'D s'jppcrt a p on -p rent group ;--3 fcr simple, If IQ, osk in-expensivs Frse folder. MEMORIAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA Phone 328-4335 1132 16 St. 5. Uttibridge Four-year certificates welcomed bv teachers By HERB LEGG Herald Staff M'ritfr Teachers at Lcthbridge and Edmonlon have welcomed this week's announcement by Edu- calion Minister Lou Hyndman of a four-year minimum re- quirement for teacher certifica- tion. Bill Cousins, local president for the Alberta Teachers' As- sociation, said the proposal is something his group has been seeking for years. "This is something we've been pushing for. The new pro- gram means we will not get as many teachers coming from outside the province." Mr. Cousins said. He welcomed a compulsory tour-month training period for on-the-job experience for new teachers. Mr. Cousins said new teachers, in past years, have lacked proper training in class- room experience which has de- laved their efficiency during the j adjustment period from univer- sity to actual leaching. "We feel a person isn't prop- erly trained it he hasn't had experience. This, to me. is the dominant factor of the new pro- 1 vincial policy. "They (new teachers! come with theory and it lakes them a year to get bloodied Mr. I Cmisins said. He said teachers already cer- tified will not be effected by tile new qualifications policy. Indelicate touch and stcrr cr Le-hbridae ended up with eca on their fscss TH'j-s-cy as tne nsus ubcncicned ils reg-' sporting ec'wle -cr egg :-rcv.-ing activities. Coiledge, LCC information officer, mancgsd io nab ot least one fragile missile then watched as it crumbled into the beginning phases of on orre'stte. C'Teachers afraid visual aids' For lack of innoi-ation 'Universities not to blame' Queen form? available Rules and application t'cnzs for the Lethbridge .Isycees' gcid bar queer, contest are now available. says Foramen. tHiblicity cnairman. The Jtiycees are making' plans for their gold bar- contest held each year during the ExhibiMcr. Asscc-niton's Ey GREG Mcl.NTYUE Herald Staff Writer is the faLt cf the --vin--isl gcverr nez.. r.ct a Ur-iversity cf ci'icer charjM rr.urs- the three for faUts :o de- elop prngrarrj. Fred eTEnt'hi. directo- cf emnaen; pays :c? ecucanon oy a icnrLLila on full-time, day-Mire s "de-is the udver- sities can't afford the staff or money io develop ai partic-alarily in field of educa- he sail With prcvlzrlaL rnoir'-' and A central resources centre "what you call it doesn't mat- ter'' would permit adults out of school the opportunity to ieam in their homes. Dr. Terentiuk didn't go info details about how a resources centre would operate in fact, re suggested such a cen- tre might be premature at pref- er.: and perhaps should be con- direction, the universities would i sicered for t'r.e federal level. wulinelv resrond to educational' Ke suggested that in the cs. Dr. Terestiuk tcld; meantime, the provincial gov- bridge. ernment begin working with un- iversities to improve continu- iTir, education programs. L-jiTJCtors involved in this of life-long education could the: become the ones to h-ilp the Alberta Academy. if that is what the provincial ccverrimeni creates in the 'M- he said. Dr. Tereutiuk was bcrn at Ccal-.urst and received his first years of schooling at Leth- C. Sven Erickser's Family Res-. following an organ- izational meeting Tuesday. Tho ha'.-e do- "farusrc. urMh'evab amc'jr: of de- ei: the ibjy've rectl-.ed frcni on for this he scid. Became LCC in pluvs a: Lc'hbrldge Cuir.- rar'-ciriare in a Sc-utherr. Al- berta reco-al festival this a: i-.e Memo- rial ICC drarna Sorersou said :he co__ege the a ccr.- edy endiiec The 3U Black Box. Curtain gco5 Tjp Fee- _4. Less than a ".ater. the LCC crania will preser: a two-ac: corrxfv A G-x-i '.far.. Crarlis Brov.-. der.ts r: "he far-jliar roles of Schuita'i Charlie T 5chrcer.dc- ar.d Srac-v. Evening perforrr-arces are scheduled a: :-e Yatss fir. the provincial CoilStrUCtiOll president in creatlr-t: programs, he said. "The orXimistic is the WcrJa Report." The report, which re- in and projeos f-jrjre trends ui ail areas of echicatiun in is orreut- before tie provtax-lal legii- lattre for consideravlon. However, the provir.ce bas taken some action on the re- for icscnce. rr.crj-.g to in- crease the qualifications of teachers and to abohsh :he col- and universiLes Dr. Terer-j'j> cal'ed -'or rrore emphasis to be gh ez :o ccn- liz'jing education or.e of the major recommeBdatiois of the -eMrt. He said people in business and oiher areas of life are faced v-lih a '-massive Mec :o keep to date. Ecghieers just a iy year; cu: of uravc-rsity are fL-.dhig of the knowledge they ;al-Ed Is ccsolste. fcr predicts so-so ear The president of the Lethbridge Consirucuon Asso- ciation, elected Thursday night, oredicted in average year for building activiry in the Leth- bridge area. 1974 should be a big. year with the rei provincial eo- emment building in a ar.d other projects.'' he said. Dick Paaenhouse. 47. a plumbing and heating contract- or was installed at the asso- ciation's asnusl rawing at Sven Erictsen's Family Restaurant. Officers chosen Dr. Anihocy Porr.ahac has beea elec-.ed presides: K h e He replaced Jce C-Uiett as president. Toe zev iirsv vice- president is Gordon Davidson and the second rice-president Brian Qiitienbaum. In a report on 1972, associa- tion manager Roger Heden- snora ?aid in the association rose :o 73 genera] conrractors and from 6S Lfce yszr. the year we had pians and on dis- pLay for a total c: K the manager's repu- said. c-f '.vorr. housewi to hems? ves educati ge; to at a many 'hem who vrar.t con- ioa, b-r, are ur.- way from tend cc-jrsos in Soane, manager of Entor.'t Turin, Alberta, on winning WINS VACATION IN THE BAHAMAS A. G is icon congratulating MM. Ellen Eox l-'. a day vacc'icn t-ft vos in connoc'ci wrh Eaton's cosmetic G C tifo nt Ectcn published c-'sr !o Tt-1 .--ors 'o as Cjj-3'i c' Ed'o-.'s, Ar Canada c-d Holiday In- O-.'.n- Lc-'-.hrid-o Ea'on lar Ea'on contests were he'd in c'tios the country ff, 'Dr. John S'Liiiwell. officers for 1973 include Dr. Ian Dr. Maurice Simpson, secre- tary: Dr. Hsro'n ar.a Dr. SUliTe'J. chiefs -r-c: 'Dr. Brian Searsy. Dr. Rcmc-n 'ie! Val'.e. car. eye. r.ose ar.d Dr. F.onaid Bencsti, eer.eral c- licf: Dr. Kelm'Jt Seitz, edi- cL-.e: Dr. Vcshiyjii Oianvira. obstetrics and'.og} Dr. Francis Gore-Hickman. rics: Dr. Ray Bainborouah. pathology: Dr. Maurice Mar- snail, ard Dr. Ger- hard Driedter, surter.-. DICK RITTENHGUSE By BUCHANAN Herald Slalf School teachers are afraid to use mechanical instruction tools in the classroom, a meeting of Southern Alberta Educational Television .Association directors a as told Thursday. j "Academicians are afraid of anything mechanical." charged Oscar Fadum. co-ordinaior for the Lethbridge regional office of the department of education. I "There's a great deal of hard- ware gathering dusr. IVhat we i need is a good audic-visual in- strucrion program." he said. j Jlr. Fadurn'made his remarks during a discussion which fol- an irJonnauori report on educational is not an 'add on' but is a 'must be' if Aibertans are to find a more efficient way I o; said Dick Morton. I planning director fcr the gov- errjrent's new Aiberia Educa- tional Communications Author- The corporation that the AECA hopes to created af- ter legislation in April be essentially a service to educa- tion, bringing together people and equipment who can pro- vide the software for schools, Mr. Morton said. Outlining methods of discri- b'jting broadcast rredia :o Al- berta schools. Mr. Morton said Southern Alberta had a legiti- mate comnlairii in not being to receive broadcasts from the goverrntent Edmonton sta- tion tKUA. "One of ;hs goals of the new corporation be 10 ensure greater use -f Cia'A faciKrics for all Mr. Mortoa said. I recordings producal b j the "south could possibly be sent to CKUA for multiple dis- I tribution ana broadcast, Mr. Morton said. Also, under the new corpora- tion. It. Morton foresees, the possibility of separate FM ra- dio signals which could em in with their local education programs. "'e expect 'o be to reach cu: I1) per csr. cf Al- berta's population after chs cor- poration takes over Mr. Morton said. Radio and le'.evision produc- tions produced for airing on CKUA and by MEETA and CARET, the EdnrcixoD and Cal- gary education wiil also be corsicc-re-'l for tape dis- tribution to school. .'.L-. ?.Ioror. said. ;'r.j ccrpora- ticn to er.cGurage iitcluce ccromurjty cable television. 16 mrn film, electronic black- boards via teic-phor.e and com- binations of teie-viron films and radio rrcnrarr.s r; Lctr.bridgc Communirj1 College, the school boards, home and school groups, and the University of Lethbridge attended the meet- ing. INQUEST DATE SET An inquest into the death New Year's Eve of a 23-year- old Lethbridge man will be held Feb. in Calgary. Calgary Coro- ner Dr. L. A. McKerc'ner said Thursday, Robert Gooder was liied as a result of injuries sustaitwd in a two-car head-on collision five miles east of Fort Macleod on Highway 3. The inquest will be held b Calgary because most of the witnesses live in that city, and two of the people involved in the crash. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Robinson of Riverside. Califor- nia, have just been released from Calgary General Hospital. Dr. McKercber said. The inquest was originally scheduled for Fort Macleod. The accident occurred when the Robinson vehicle skidded sideways on the highway and was struck boardside by the Gooder car. Gooder's wife, who wss with him at the tiroe of the mishap, was also injured and taken to the Calgary General. Mr Cousins said about 60 per cent o[ all Lethbridge teachers now meet the four-year require- ment. About 500 teachers are rep- resented by the ATA in Letn- bridge public and separate schools. Murray cia! ATA president, says he is "delighted" vith Mr. Hynd- nuc's annotincemeni. 'The new four-year program. with its blend of theory and practical preparation, will do a great deal to ensure that over- all quality of teaching will con- tinue to Mr. Jam- polsky >aid. He said the new qualifications represent the first forward move in education by the gov- oi-r.meiti of Premier Peter "Until now. all we have had are study groups and vague promises. We hope iMr. Hynd- saais a shift to the action phase of a king-term program for improvement in the school sys- i tern." Mr. Jampolsky said. I E. T. Kceler. ATA executive sc-.-etary. said more than rwo- tliirds o! the existing teacher force already have four or more years of teacher educa- tion. Mr. Kee'.cr said when the new requirement comes into full ef- fect by 1977, 90 per cent oi the teacher force will be at the rev.' leve! of qualification. Official letters requesting changes to the new qualifca- tion program have been sent br Mr. Kyndman and Advanced Fditcatinn Minister Jim Foster to the University of .Alberta and t.-.e Universities of Calgary and Failure cost Hospital checks power Province cautious on energy policy Alberta's minister of federal and intergovemnjeniai affairs responded Thursday to a Com- r.'ittee for an Irdeperxient Car-- ads petition frotr. Let'-b-ir.-c L3.-ou.-cing a cC'.ntinenLal er- srr-' poticy. Local QC chairman Tsr- ieck said he received a te'.e- grjm from Don Getry which said the provirjcial govemmerit has discussed details of such a policy and v, ouid er agree io it vathout very" serious corsiiderstion of the effccis or. .Albertfins arxi Canadians. The local committee sen: a (e'.egram to Premier Lougheed Jar.. !3 urging the Al'Krta gov- ernment to tai-te a stand Canada signing a conLnar.iji renjurces poliir.' ' ti-iO ed States. The huge U.S. demand for en- could bankrupt Alberta of oil and r.a'.uta; CAS z decade ar.d Cinadisn, said the CIC Mr. Tarleck said he uas "cj-tc enco-uraged" by the re- sponse from Mr. Getty. U o: L ctean of education Dr. Russell Leskiw said (be new mark a high print b teac'Mr education. "Tie arir.ouncement repre- sents ihe culmination of efforts of mar.y people in the field at education for the past 10 to 15 ycirs. i am personally very Fitased. the change does nat apply to students ateady in t'niir education program, or these teachers already certified, it will be an indirect incentive to many teachers are short of the fojr-year lei'el to scb-eve that level as soon as they can." he said. Dean Lesiitr said whether or not an increase in the L" of L education faculty is recjuired under the ne-- program de- pends c; enro'.iner.t. ''I think we will just have to see what happens. An- other important aspect is one cf financial implications, a mat- ter which will have Io be care- idly weighed. "It mild rr.ein increased costs at a time wben both uni- versities ar.d school systems are ur.der pressure to contra! ard even curtail their expen- ditures." Dean Leskiw said. Ke said arjv changes made at the U of L. to meet require- ments of the new program, will be very slicht. Crush damage S3 AW, but no injuries An Wed- oiterr-oo- at [he c: St. iri Ave. S. bu: no uc-re A on 15t'" ri.'i'.en by Man'.ri r.orthbour.d on ?t driven by Parrcia D. 19. o; Parksice Drive. Tb? Rob'.r.-or. ehic'e then we-.' r--'. c'. cc-tro: and M: 5 Cbarccs per.di.ic. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Cort Ced Denial MecKaric Cap lol Furniture PHONE St. Michael's Gcrrrai Hosri tal is investigating tho of a pouc-r failure whicii has cost the hospital SIO.WO. pouer failure occurred nn Christmas Eve and nnitnHl floctric sunplv was rtnt sumed until Wednesday, i1 at ThMrsd.iy r.ich' rr.' hospital hoard uie. Kmorpcncy na.s ttirn- cr] nr.-! the hosn.lai's lion was not affected, adminis- trator Sister Mary Clarissa Howe'.er. dr.. air cowiitionirc. and x-ray machines v.a? dov.Ti to thp on ?he A prcliminar-" invcsMc.i'i'.'in by Rohins. Mitrhcll ard" .con. arrhitecl.s for the hr-spi'ril, to cM.ib'i.'h a cause. board ua? (n'd Chairman Frar.k [o a'oirl a Llic should Iv :n- vfihg.itcrl further. Tnc board airrccd. Tne of a'. St. Michael's and Letnhridge MiLnicipal was discuss- ed. Board member A. Shsckle- frrrl faid the parking problem at St. Michael's was not as scricus as that at the i MH. the Lv.o loa.xs decided at a Joint meeting to find ways of it. IV possibilit; ii installing parking mcterr. nr policing is being considered, he said. LTD. WESTERN. PHONE 337-5540 NOTICE FREDDIE'S PAINT B16-3rd AVE. t. NEW STORE HOURS SCHEDULE MONDAY fhru FRIDAY-8 a.m. to p m. a.m. to p.m. ;