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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta tO THE irrHBRlDOS HERAID Thursday, March 13, 1973 British children learn about sex LONDON (AP) Children as young as five will receive sex education at school under a new project to he launched by a gov- ernment educational advisory body throughout Britain. The Schools Council, which advises the government on what children should be taught, said it has appointed 30 teachers in schools throughout Britain to start work in the fall. The teachers will work out the best ways to teach boys and girls about Uwir physical, men- tal and emotional development. The final course will be for children as young as five be- cause educational experts be- lieve that children must be taught about sex before they reach puberty and not after. Children of 11 will be taught about problems cieated by smoking and drugs as well as the risk of sexually transmuted diseases. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner MARY ANN WILSON holding a "Driver's Education" LElhtiriuge Collegiate Institute course. It consists of 30 hou: This week I have some good of class room instruction a and some bad news. First the bad news: Report cards will be issued March 23. And now the good news: LCI was quite honored Tuesday of last week to have the Alberta education minister Lou Hynd- man as a visitor. Mr. Hynd- man, along with other officials, was here to mark Education week. The party toured the school. Hilite of the visit was a meet- ing between some 200 students from C.C.H., W.C.H. and LCI with the visiting party in the LCI lecture theatre. Some of the topics discussed Included: sex education, school discipline, teacher qualifica- tions, consumer protection and leisure time. I tried to talk to one of tile officials but after pushing my way through' two LCI photographers, three radio reporters and a layer of teach- ers I had forgotten what my question was. Our Rams basketball squad worked very hard all season winning 41 of 31 games. In the final tournament at the U of L they won their first game against Magrath 52-42 and were defeated, by Magrath and C.C.H. In the last two games. The Colts (our "B" boys) set a season's record by winning 10 and dropping just 3 games. We predict in the face of this impressive record that the 74- 75 Rams will be spectacular. On the distaff side, our Clip- per Queens, after a seasons re- cord of 24 wins against 4 lasses, advanced to the provincial bas- ketball playoffs last weekend. They easily won the first two games 55-30 against Bishop Carol 44-38 against Ernest Manning (Calgary) how- ever, the championship eluded them by a slim two points when they dropped the last game 42- 40 to Jasper Place Their playoff efforts were re- warded by a second place trophy donated in honor of their capable coach Miss Irene Karja. February 28th was "Meet the Teachers" night. Parents were invited to come to LCI for an Informal and friendly evening There was a variety of inter esting events taking place in eluding: the LCI band under the direction of Mr. Pokarney The band entertained visitors and teachers with selections from tlieir ever increasing repetoir. Exerpts from the forth-coming musical, Carou sel, were presented by the stu dent cast. The art deparlmen had an attractive display i: the main lobby. Mr. Sheen and the Albert Motor Association have bee well as eight hours of behind the-wheel training, and 12 hour in-car instruction. The cours has proved highly successful. People who complete the course are eligible to apply fo louver car insurance rates. Of hard, I can think of a few bir brains who couldn't help hi benefit from taking this course LCI's year book Spotlit is very near completion. Th first deadline for March 19. There material have be Wiustoii Chiu-chill Canoe Club plans north excursion Flame mist green bandwagon Ray Goughner donotad this car tp LCI's band um- bridge. On his left is Rita Proehl, president of the junior form fund. LCI's aufomolives and autobody department band and Tom Little, senior band president is presenting reconditioned and painted fhe car and raffle tickets were Mr. Smith with the keys to his new car. sold on it. Winner of the wagon is A. D. Smith of Leth- Hamilton Students trace original RCMP route some complications with ge ing group pictures during clasf room time. I'm sure man :eachers will be relieved whe :he last pages go to press. The musical Carousel will b performed at the Yates Mem orial Centre starting April 1 'student's Bight) and coittiiu ing to the 19th. Judging b sneak-peeks, it promises to b enjoyable. Mr. Penner and the Alacrii club have produced 3 films be eventually shown on The films cover general pects of school life. The first senior matric courses, Die second includes business eeducation and vocational train- ing. The last has footage of art, drama, home economics, clubs and the library. A scramble through the Ox- ord dictionary will show that lacrity means: cheerful readi- ess, promptitude, liveliness md sprightlyness. (That should e some TV Plans and prepr.-alions are -till underway as Mrs. Vander Vancer Beek and IS LCI stu- ents look foward to a trip to France over the Easter Holi- lays. The outing will be spon- ored by the Society For The Study of the Heritage of Can- ada. Mr. Stead and his World Af- 'airs club will be holding a model United Nations again this year. Monday and Tuesday of Easter week will see about IN) delegates from schools all over western Canada and north- western United States, con- verge on LCI for this unique gathering. The affair will be highlighted by a general assem- bly and topped off by an in- formal banquet and dance. The excellent turnout and in- terest shown in the various Ed- ucation Week events proves that there is more parental in- terest taken in what the schools are doing. Understanding of the prob- lems between parents, teachers and students is half the battle for better education. Remember, education does make a difference. By ALLAN GOJEMERINGER Many people are wondering just what exactly the A-V Trek option is all about. If you are one of those people, read on. The purpose of the option Is lo prepare the A-V students for jJ the 10 day journey from Emer- son, Manitoba to Fort Macleod. They will be tracing, as nearly V> as possible, the original route that the RCMP took in 187J-74. It will cost money to buy the ft gas, film, insurance, food, and so on, and here are some of their ideas for raising it. The students held a highly commanding RCMP. The A-Vers Accent cm successful bottle drive, which raised During the year, students of e option will be searching o r information on the mem- bers of the nCMP trek, and gathering it into biographies. They will then publish a list of the names of the people they have information on in The Letlibridge Herald, and if you wnnt the biography of any par- ticular person, you must con- tribute one day's pay of the rank that he held (somewhere from 25 cents to You then receive all the informa- have that in- tion they dividual. To give publicity to this, they will be publishing one day of Commissioner French's diary in The Herald. French was the officer of the will be selling buttons supporting the trek for 25 cents each. They will read: Hamilton Trek '73 and carry a piclure of a buffalo. Bruce Haig, teacher and commanding officer of the trek, is also planning a mini- trek with the class. This will take them to Fort Whoop-Up and Fort Macleod to camp overnight and test their equip- ment. Tiie A-V option runs on a rank system. You start off as a sub-constable, and for every 40 hours you put in after school or at noon, you are advanced one rank. Mr. Haig, fearless leader, is o[ course in the top position as commissioner. By BRENDA KOSAKA H you're going late nighl shopping Thursday, drop by Centra Village Mall. Not only will there be a display from our upcoming musical, Okla- homa, but part of the cast and chorus will be doing some of their songs. A narrator will be there to tell about the scenes and story of Oklahoma, so c'mon down ye all! At Winston Churchill, UK grad committee's first bake sale was quife' successful. Right now, grad members are selling almond chocolate bill's. Sales have been great since a lot of people are chocolate fa- natics, which include many staff members. Another rea- son is Byron Lee, the super- salesman. His sales pitch is "I hear you want to buy a choco- late bar." NEW CHANGES Students' council adopted i, new constitution last Friday. II was drafted by Peggy Zmur chyk, council president am M a 1 Clewes, general coiinci advisor. Life at WCHS Is changing and it was felt Ilia the old constitution was inade- o.uate. Though some of the stu dents did not like the changes most of them did. It concerned everything from (lie emblem and motto of th school to the financial policies of the council. CALLING ALL GOLFERS All would-be golfers froi school are asked to leave the: names at the students' counc office. A golf club irouid to be formed ns it would woi' in closely with the develop ment of the 15-25 golf course. During the next two months is needed to intvall sprinkler system for nine All students at WCHS shoul know that this will not only b golt club but also a ysulh cntre. Many people in the comnvu- ity have donated a lot of time, nergy and money and now its ur turn to take part. EAURE CANOE CLUB What is orange and Hue school colors) and has four egs? Two students from 'CHS portaging a canoe tat eke? Two years ago In October, a roup of students formed a ca- oe club with a grant from stu- Kits' council and the Letti- Family 'Y'. Six sixteen-foot canoes were mrchased. These canoes, plus ivc that the 'Y' already iro used during the school year ly the students and during the mmmer by the YMCA for com- munity activities. The qualifications to join the club are simple. There are none, provided that the number of at any one tone never exceeds 24. Tiiere are eight grade 10 stu- dents; 10 grade 11 students; and six seniors participating in he club. Eveiy year an outing Is plan- ned and this year's will take .hem within the boundaries of Prince Albert National Park. Tire trip Itself will be in June for 10 days. CANOE TRIP The 125-mile circle canoe trip will involve four portages and one overnight hike into Lake Ajarvie, the home of Grey Owl. In order to be adequately prepared for this trip, weekly gc-t-logelhers are necessary to h o 1 p make paddles, plan menus, make pommican and J3i'ky, and to get Into condi- tion. The members of the club are anxiously waiting for the ice to leave the lakes and rivers so they can partake in real prac- tice. The Lcthbrldge Herald think if LEISTER'S COMING EVENTS Big Band Concert Sunday, March 18 Honoring Frank Hose! The Anne Campbell Singers and the Teen Clefs Present SPRING SING YATES CENTRE, SAT. SUN., MARCH U 25 The Lethbridge Symphony Presents Orchestral Concert YATES CENTRE MONDAY, MARCH 26 i Winston Churchill High School Presents Oklahoma YATES CENTRE, MARCH 28 to 31 The Irish Rovers are Coming APRIL 9 TICKETS AVAILABIE AT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 32B-40BO YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Three diplomats were killed in Sudan after being taken hostage by eight men Identified as Black September Arab terrorists. Two of the slain diplomats were American, theother.. 7 a-West German b-Belgian Arabian 2 crisis at the Saudi Arabian embassy In Khartoum, Sudan, ended as the terrorists.. a-were given safe passage to Libya b-surrendered c-were killed as Sudanese troops Btonned the embassy 3 The government of (CHOOSE ONE: Salvador Allemie of Chile, Jack Lynch of the Irish Re- public) fell after national elections. 4 ,The House of Commons approved the new fed- eral budget In 143-102 vote. Did Pro- gressive Conservatives vote In favor of the budget? 5 Canada enjoyed a million surplus in two- way automobile trade with the United States in 1971. Statistics Canada recently reported that Canada showed a In the same category In 1972. R-J224 million surplui million surplus million deficit PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match wit h its correct meaning. 1.....leprechaun 2.....shillelagh 3.....shamrock 4.....blarney a-club b-strong Irish c-smooth, flattering talk d-trlcky dwarf In Irish folklore e-synsbol of Trinity worn on St. Patrick's Day PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take B points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS She won the women's world figure skating cham- pionship, What's her name and nationality? HOW DO YOU RATE? 91 to 100 painli SCORE! 81 lo 90 polnti EiceKant. 71 to 80 pointi Gcoef. 61 to 70 poinli Fiir. SO or Under? H'mm! FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What approach Bhould thefederalgovernmenttaka with Indian land claims? 1.....Georges Marchala 2.....AlaBtalrGllleBplo 3.....Gaalar Mohamed Nimerl 4.....Francois Mitterrand Cosgrave 312-73 a-Federal Minister of Industry, Trade, and Commerce b-head ot opposition coalition In Irish election c-head of French Com- munist Party 6-Prime Minister, Sudan e-head of French So- claMEt VEC, Ine, STUDENTS Save This Practice Examination! Valuable Reference Material for Exams. ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE THE WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCE OF YOUR CHOICE NOTHING TO BUY (Details at Smith's) WISHING WELL SALE WESTINGHOUSE A Sample Of The SMITH'S fOR Color T.V. Appliances Ed Gerard Conrad Mike Smith PlalUll Platlell Miskulin CLOSED MONDAYS I OPEN THURS. AND FRI. Till 9 P.M. 236- 13th ST. N. PHONE 326-5541 ;