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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TRAVEIUNO TO EUROPE VIA CHARTER IK U5 AMANGS YOUR GROUND TOU1S AND RHINE CMI1SES furthtr Information and Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Contra WM End 3M3JOI or 3281184 The LctHbridgc Herald SECOND SECTION Starch 1971 PAGES 17 TO 30 Its a GREAT DAY to SERVE EVERYONES FAVORITE re Special Prices on Bulk Orders ERICKSENS 2021 3rd 3288161 1705 Drive 3287751 Minister advises board Divided school year decision held up By JIM WILSON Herald Education Writer The Lethbridge divided school year highly successful in the eyes of city teachers and is to for some potentially rough With just 4 months to go before the anticipated 24 start of the divided school years third year of the public school board has re ceived word from Education Minister Robert Clark that be fore his department will au thorize an extension to the ex he will want to study the proposal Second thoughts on summer project MODIFIED GRILLWhile the particular effect on this ear may be a little ice and snow on cars has been a standard feature The weatherman holds out little hope for a change in the changeable weather in the next 24 Sometime Thursday it should begin to although it wont get that much he A low pressure system moving in from the Pacific may break the recent and help dry things up a Sound of Music starts Thursday A few tickets are still avail able for all performances of the Winston Churchill High School The Sound of scheduled for the Yates Memorial Centre March 26 and The production calls for a cast of about 75 in cluding 20 most of them in Grade Wendy Grigg has been cast in the leading role of and Allan Burrows in the role of Captain Von Miss Grigg has appeared pre viously in My Fair Sis ter Angelica and Little Mary Burrows will be making his debut in a major show in The Sound of The production is the first fulllength musical done by the The HAPPY NEST will capture the glory of the triumph of Spring and the love that flowers Order early she can enjoy the arrangement before Easter MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Marquis Hotel Phone 3271515 and is the first full length play produced and di rected by WCHS drama teach er EEyn Also appearing in the play will be Pauline Erno as the oldest Von Trapp child Armin Gerstenbuhler as Liesls romantic interest Al bert Azzara as the captains Max Detweiler Linda Rosenfelt as the captains fian Elsa Shraeder and Janet Ellen Visser and Donna Bagozzi as The play is the story of the escape of the famous Trapp Family Singers from Austria during the Nazi The the last collaboration of Rodgers and Hammerstein be fore Hammerstein died in include such hits as These Are a Few Of My Favorite Climb Every Moun The Sound of and Do Re Mi The WCHS production features an orchestra of students direct ed by Willie the schools music The set is de signed by Ed Bayly and was constructed with help from the schools art The Lethbridge public school board Tuesday had second thoughts concerning its direct participation in a summer pro ject opening three city schools for community use this The community summer pro grain which would also involve the the sep arate school board and most recreation and cultural asso ciations in will cost close to if The board has applied to the department of educations inno vative projects fund for in but this would still leave a heavy local con tribution one which trustees were unwilling to commit until they view their 1971 budget April Most trustees also questioned their specific involvement in the program beyond making schools available for open General agreement was voiced over trustee Bill Beekels suggestion that public school district program offer ings in the summer should emarge from a stated educa tional need rather than our searching for something to in sert into the system because we feel we should find some Trustees commented that of ten the educational enrichment programs designed by the dis trict are found to be unwanted by potential students when the time They decided to wait both settlement of their budget pic ture and some statement of need by students or other groups before proceeding fur The parks and recreation board as in the past two offer a number of youtl activities programs throughout the summer in cooperation with local youth and recreation Beef seminar on Saturday in Pavilion Agrorama Week at the Left ridge Exhibition Pavilion con inues Thursday see us for expert PHOTO Hot seat tonight at centre Peter director of the Napi Friendship Associa tion of Pincher Creek will mod erate a special program in the Hot Seat series in the Leth bridge Friendship Centre Wed nesday at 8 The program will feature a panel with audience participa tion on the theme Black Minor ity in Questions to be posed at the program include what it is like to be a Negro in does the Negro relate to the In dian and vice do the entertainment industry and the mass media reflect the true image of the Negro to the pub The program is open to the There is no charge foi Anglo Distributors Stereo Photographic Centre 419 5th Street South Phone 3286922 OFFICE FURNITURE IETH8SIDCE STAN Preiidont PLEASE NOTE The and most complete showing ever of ELECTRONIC CALCULATORS will take place at LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE 7th STREET SHOPPING MALI April A factorytrained expert will demonstrate and answer any questions or problems you may have on Keep the above date in mind April 3 for the most com plete showing ever on Electronic Blood election set for April 5 A total of 71 men and women including the 12 councillors elected have been nominated to run In the Apiil 5 election for Blood Indian ad ministration The first election was de clared invalid after two men filed a protest that their names had been left off the votini The cleclion will be held ii the Kainai Sports a grain marketing short Topics to be discussed at the neday course include func ions of the line elevator anc erminal marketing Canadian grain and transports ion and grain Then rill be a presentation from an international grain The Lethbridge Seed Fair awards will be presented a Saturday will feature a semi nar on the beef industry in th 10s and in southern Topic areas include foreign anct domestic demand for economics of the beef produc tion new develop ments in the meat packing in Alberta Cattle Commis sion developments in the feec lot and their relationships t he meat trends ir meat merchandising and th beef industry and Bud federal minister ji agriculture will a dinner Saturday at Representatives from all as pects of agribusiness are at tending the activities of Agro rama with strong repre sentation from chartered feedlots and meat pack tog plants throughout Canada and the United Following discussion of sev ral reports on the local ivided the public ard eparate school boards decided request a threeyear exten icn of the in order to onduct further evaluations to scertain the direct benefits to Indents and Clarks reply in no way efuses to grant the ut seems to be a delaying tac c to make way for receipt by lie department of education o special report it commission ed some lime ago regarding itilization of school facilities in The expected within will likely deal in de ail with the various ways all Alberta school districts could their school Possibilities include the Leth jridge with two semes ers divided at Christmas a trimester using the schools 12 months of the year or a quarter as recom mended by the Alberta Teach ers which woulc three of the four quarters in a with the fourth as summer holiclays until the time could be effectively used as a ourth study superb endent of public read letter to public school trus ees and suggestec Clark had some concern about having various Alberta schcol systems using complete ly different school The letter also suggested that since Albertas three universi jes had had to grant Leth bridge schools permission to set and evaluate their own Grade 12 evaminations to mee university entrance require the universities have to be consulted again i the Lethbridge experimen were to be continued for three more Trustee Bill also vice president of the TJniver sity of suggestee intact in this regard should be ade with the Alberta univer ies coordinating lien has already discussed accreditation of hirt schools r1 examination and entrance quirement He said the council has al OTJR OSCAR The Community College sludenfs have issued a chal lenge for a milk drinking Wonder how Louis Pavan and Ralph Tennan pulled that one Sorry Folks ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS 427 5th Street South WILL BE CLOSED For one week While Were Moving to N Location 426 6th Street WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING SOON Refugees to arrive March 30 A total of 33 Tibetan refu who settle in the Lethbridge area will arrive in Toronto March The refugees are anion thousands who have left Tibe since 1950 when the Com murnst Chinese invaded the Hi malayan The Canadian refugee pro gram was announced last Se Details on the refugees occupational skill and language ability wer not known although some them can speak Date of their arrival in th Lethbridge districts not immi Uiately contract for trunk A contract for a san tary sewer trunk extension northeast Lethbridge has bee awarded to West Winds Co slruction of Lethbridg The cost had been estimated b the city at Materials costing about 000 will be added to the cost Ihe which will exten the sanitary trunk sewer handle increased waste fro the industrial ready approved some requests for special circumstances in volving the U of L and the Uni versity of As to the University of Al berta Theres been no need so but judging from past I wouldnt want to predict the U of As reac tion to anything at Larson mil discuss the situation with separate school district and submis sion will likely be made to the universities council meeting in Edmonton March Two principals leaving Lethbridge public schools st two principals in one fell woop Tuesday evening as the esignations of two school sd bsth for amicable were accepted by pub c school Reg a Lethbridge eacher and principal for many ears and principal of Winston Churchill High School since as resigned for his retire effective In a letter to tile urner said he hoped lie had made a worthwhile contribu ion to Churchills citizenship nd He added that he hoped he mild continue contributing his Student job program funds gets EDMONTON Special The Jniversity of Lethbridge is be ing given to operate a student employment program his the provincial cabinet announced Cabinet also approved the appointment of Judi Walker as he student body representa ive on the college board of jovernors of the Lethbridge Community The funds for creating em loyment part o he awarded by the prov ince to the major post second ary institutions of wil ire administered by the U L Students three institutes o higher learning in Calgary wil equally share among themselves for developing sim ilar while Edmonton students in two institutes wil receive a total of and the Medicine Hat Ths appointment of Mis Walker to the college board o the order incoun ci is from a period o 1 to June 3d of this year as he plans to stay in the Board vice chairman oug McPherson said he noted with pleasure the long and istinguished leadership Burner has given this commun y over the years The board also received the esignation of Wilson as rincipal oJ Gilbert Paterson elementary Junior High effective May 29 this who has been in Lethbridge three has xen appointed superintendent schools for the Three Hills school He was vice principal at lamilton Junior High School or two years before moving to aterson this year following he retirement of The public school board cfi ected superintendent Larson to take immediate teps to employ principaldesig nates for both Accord damage m car mishap Wilfred 1416 16th Avenue suffered cuts to the tongue and lips when the ve hicle he was ing was in col lision with a parked automo owned by College Mer cury in front of 928 13tt Street S at Wednes Pearson was taken to S Michaels General Hospit where he was treated for th cuts and Police estimate damage the two vehicles was COMPUTE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTONS FLOOR COVERING 909 3rd 3275454 CLIFF Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB tower Level MEDICAL DENTAL PHONE 3272822 Just Like Mom Makes at Homel ervices to the public strict following his school retire ing to board mittee will be struck a corn to deal with each de ining the qualities the candi dates must REG TURNER Association for retarded meets in city April 2325 The annual meeting of the Alberta Association for the Mentally Retarded will be held Indian news media meeting set The first annual meeting of the Indian News Media of Cardston will be held in Cal gay May 78 highlighted by executive reports and a pre sentation on the associations constitution by Lehbridgfi law yer Martin Election of the new board of a talk by movie ac tor Chief Dan George and a presentation by Chief Mike Mitchell and Rufus Good striker will be part of the meet Entertainment will be sup plied by S m a 11 b o ys part1 of the breakaway tribe in central in April to 25 in the Marquis The Lethbridge association will be host for the and the chairman will be Jock Theme of the meet ings will be Planning for Ac The featured speaker for the banquet April will be the Roy Price of author about the and former president of The Yellow knife It is requested that if a local association has any special res olutions to they should be forwarded to the Alberta As sociation for the Mentally re 9930 106th Edmonton so that they may be cir culated in advance of the an nual memBEARSonly Now Showing at Camms NEW for SPRING and EASTER EXQUISITE DRESS SHOES by DANIEL PROVEDA Exclusive European styling direct from Spain EXACTLY AS SHOWN In silk finish Satin hand ful ly leather Available in Purple or Prices SPECIALS in effect Friday and Saturday Only Maple Walnut layer each 75c Orange Loaf Long Johns filled with fresh whipping 6 for 69c Flour OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAYI MARQUIS BAKERY LOCATED IN THE MARQUIS HOTEL Phone 3274441 EXACTLY AS SHOWN In Silk finish satin Hand fully leather Available In Navy and OTHER EXQUISITE NEW STYLES IN NAVY BEIGE KID AND BEIGE WET AA and R OPEN THUDS and UNTIL 9 ;