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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PLANNING A TRIP For Al Travel and PaljporH CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL 3M3M1 or 328HU4 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION March 1971 PAGES 17 TO 32 Its a GREAT DAY to SERVE EVERYONES FAVORITi Special Prices on Bulk Orders ERICKSENS SI 2021 3rd Ave Ph 3288161 1705 Drive 3287751 Saskatchewan teacher new principal of LCI i i Tvfi CiTifr i f1 Kenneth a 39year old native of has been appointed principal designate of the student Lcthbndge Collegiate Jnsti Tlie Lethbridge public school board Tuesday approved Bauers effective April and he will assume fuU principalship when school starts in There were 22 applications for the position from through out Western including two from Band policy okayed A band policy for Lethbridge public school band activities has been approved by the pub lic sthool permitting be ginning students to rent instru The board at its Tuesday meeting adopted the policy which also provides that more expensive in strument will continue to be rented as long as the students are in the stu dents playing smaller instru ments will be expected to buy Siudents unable to afford the instruments will also be per mitted to continue Trustees said they wanted to encourage the operation of school and in a related move they approved purchase for of a set of drums for the Lethbridge Collegiate Insti tute marching The board will purchase the and the LCI students council will repay the price over xhree In another policy trustees approved a statemenl concerning educational leaves of absence without pay for city The policy recognizes the value of a teachers acquiring more education from univer and requires the board to provide the teacher re turning to the system followinf leave of absence with a job least equal to the one he or shi had before the PATRICKS SHAMROCK PLANTS LAPEL SHAMROCKS NOVELTY ARRANGEMENTS MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Marquis Hotel Phone 3271515 Leaves of absence may be ken for either one semester r a full and must be ap ied for in In the past two public chool teachers applied for ere granted a unique leave of bsence in which one teacher ttended the University of ethbridge fall semester while he other taught and the sec nd attended the spring univer ity semester and the other ook her school Bob Gall ippointed to committee Bob director of school ervices for the Lethbridge mblic school has been appointed by the Alberta de lartment of education to a spe cial guidance testing comit The provincial committee will develop a system for test ng at both the classroom and school system In addi tests in the areas of in y and achievement will be re viewed and an integrated test ng program will be The underlying task of the committee will be to provide eadership in and to re ate student testing to individ ualizing of instruction and ac countability in Employees group The employees of Kainai In dustries have formsd the Kainai Employees Association to act as a co ordinating body with Sauer is currently vice principal of the AdenBowman a comprehensive high school in similar in operation and size to He holds a masters degree in educational administration from the University of Sas and has been teaching since He was one of the eight origi nal applicants for the position in when the school board decided to defer selection of a new principal until this He will spend the time from April until the fall semester of school becoming ac quainted with the the stu nts the school ar whole and its total opera under the tutelage of r who retires as prin pal at the end of Mr Sauer will also work with public school districts cen al office to become directly quainted with the Lethbridge ucation and work th Neville and the LCI aff to develop time Dies and courses of action r the next Plans also call for Mr together with LCI vice iircipals Heed Erickson ant Paskuski to visit several o e larger city high schools ii berta to see potential prac ces which could be introduced In Saue as active in boards of trade ecreation associations a n Metics He wa minor hockey associatio vice president o le Saskatchewan Amateur ockey Association and chair nan of the hockey division for le Canada Winter Sauer is married an as four Selection of a new princip or LCI was based on a rec mmendation from a speci appointee ccording to a recently A eloped public school boar a criteria advisor committee including schx istrict central office admims a city principals a sociation f LCI teacher and a Universi exRerf PHOTO Anglo Distributors Stereo Photographic Centre 419 5th Street South Phone 3286922 So New and So Lovely for Spring at Camms Exactly as Illustrated This lovely new shoe is available in Black Crinkle natpnt wet i patterns in and See t h s e now at AAAA AA and B widths Sizes oj to IDENTICAL HANDBAGS to match NEW OVERTURE by Joyce Available in ond Black Wet look Crinkle Many other new styles by Joyce to choose from for JUST UNPACKED New Dressy Slings by GRANDMERE with crossover front styling in Black 2nd New Fashion Boots in 14 and 16 heiqhts richly lex tured in Brown or Black Also 14 Granny Just Arrived New Shipment of Scholls Exercise Sandals for foot health Open Thursday and Fridoy til 403 5th SHOES Lethbridge consultant w appointed to develop the v ious experience and person considerations sought in th Next a selection adviso committee including the s perintendent of oth entral office city high school inspector ai a university consultant met examine the applications an nake recommendations co cerning the bestpossible m or the according to t criteria established by the cr eria the school board w presented with the recoi nendations and other detai to make the final Holiday March 19 Don Peacock jmav seek i lleadersliip Don edi tor of The may be a candidate for the A1 b e r t a Liberal The Herald has His name is being vigorous ly promoud by prom inent party both m Al I bcrta and in Ottaw The He aid was unable Tuesday or today to icach him j for Peacock sought ihe Lib eral nomination in Lethbridge nt the last fedcial but lost to John He was bora in High raised and educated in Leth bridge and winked in the Par liamentary Press G alien in Ottawa for a number of n 1964 he became special as istant to Agriculture Minister larry continued under oe became executive assistant to Prime Minister and was one of a small group that managed mdeaus Liberal leadership BURN burning a standard feature in many Lethbridge back burns Some are against their continued use others feel they are still the best method of disposing of combustible council has not yet begun to grapple with the The citys new fire presented for approval contained no new rules on burning The old rules are still in Persons in residential areas can burn sunrise to sunset any day but Industiics and commercial firms can burn seven days a The only control on air pollution is provincial government regula tions enforced by the Lethbridge health Winter fair scheduled New livestock plan announced The Lethbridge and Dis trict Exhibition board has an nounced a dramatic change in he format of livestock shows to be h e 1 d at the 1971 exhibi cancelling the sum mer livestock and re placing it with a winter live stock fair to be held 29 through Stan board said the move was initiated be cause of dissatisfaction with the number of people who have attended the summer livestock show in recent It is felt more people would take in a livestock show if it were held at a time when there are not so many other attrac The board announced that Ms year at the summer h e livestock show will be in permit A permit was taken out this week by Kenwood En gineering Construction of Lethbridge for an addition to the Canada Packers plant at 3939 1st The addition will be a part of the firms beef killing opera OUR OSCAR Lethbridge public and sep arate school students will have a one day holiday March as teachers pause tor a special planning The oneday planning session was approved by the two city school boards when they ap proved the divided school year dates last Teachers will spend the day in the schools discussing the schools ongoing and future ac CUFF Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL PHONE 3272822 Contract to Kenwood Kenwood Engineering Con struction of Lethbridge has been awarded a contract for excavation and foundation work for the 000 Aqua Tech manufac turing plant in North Leth Work is scheduled to start It is to be completed in about a The plant has a secret pro cess for manufacturing acti vated carbon which has many applications as an antipollu tion Cyclone Engineering of Ed monton is ths general contrac tor and Dominion Bridge is manufacturing the heavy equipment which will be usec in the The located on four acres of land on 2nd N south of the Canada Packers hide is expected to be in operation by It wil provide 16 he form of promotional dis with only a few of the est animals of every breed The displays will be made up of dairy and beef swine and and will be shown by the Purebred Cattle Southern Alberta Swine Producers Association and the Southern Alberta Wool Growers Emphasis will be placed on food displays in addition to the live with government home economists demonstrat ing different methods of food The exhibition pavilion wil be set up like a food conces where samples of the cooked dairy prod nets and lamb will be avail able to the At the winter prize money will be offered under government winter fair classi for both male and fe male and all animals en tered in the show and sale must be This years Lethbridge am The city must have some new sanitation men on Parkside They havent learned how to bang the garbage cans IETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE STAN President District Exhibition and Rode will be held July It wil feature midway rodeo and horse COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTONS FLOOR COVERING 909 3rd 3275454 OPENING EXHIBITION and SALE Of ORIGINAL WORKS OF ART By CRITTENDEN MARCH Ilth THRU 20th IN 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