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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 'HE IHHBRIDOE HERALD Wednesday, Maich J5, 1970 j- ivma Old Restrictions Dropped In Vancouver School Test VANCOUVER (CP1 -Deten- tions, the strap, school bells, hour-long classes and hair and dress restrictions are as passe as the litUe red schoolhouse at King George secondary school. Last September Ihe school adopted a system called "flexi- ble modular which involved dividing up the school week into 105 periods 20 minutes long, instead of the 25 one-hour classes as before. Each student has a different timetable with classes as long as five or six 20-minute periods, or "modules." and areas of un- scheduled lime he can BBYO Holds Leadership Institute Northwest Canada Region B'nai Brith Youth Organization is holding a leadership train- ing institute in Regina from March 27 to March 29. The purpose of this institute is to elect and train new leaders o: iMVC BBYO. .Northwest Canada BBYO is composed of 14 chap- ters in the province of Alberta ard Saskatchewan. I The theme of the Leadership Training Institute is 'Let's put words to Work', through which nill be emphasized two impor- tant aspects of leadership :com- miUr.ent ar.d action. There will be seminars, discussions, and group sessions to inform use to get e.vtra help from a counsellor or teacher, eatch up on lab assignments and re- search, or study or relax ia the common room. Everything from maxi through mini with faded blue jeans in between is worn at the school, v.hich has abolished dress restrictions. The "modular" system has also done away with impersonal teacher-student relationships, since in some cases now there may be as little as 12 students taking a course at one time, al- lowing for more individual in- struction. It's also possible for a studenl to challenge a course if he (eels he has mastered (lie material Min Sugimoto, King George vice-principal, said one student, after three months of Math 10. asked to be tested by his teacher. He passed and now i< deep in Math 11. "Tliis challenge system isn'1 in full gear yet." said the prin cipal. W. G. Blake. "Unfortun ately we find that the majority o! the students like to move along with the lierd. However, for those in a hurry, the oppor- tunity is theirs to go at tneir own speed, scmething net possi- ble under the old svsiem." the delegates about the region gives her so much pleasure an and organization as well as; joy. even if it costs her money. Quceivs Horses Racing AI Loss LONDON1 (AP) Even the Queen can be a it j comes to horse racing. But Queen Elizabeth refuses to weaken on the busir.ess that and DYING TRADITION The finely-detailed Ukrainian Easter eggs donated by Mrs. Mory Romaniuk of Leth- bridge arc part of Ihe display in the Ukrainian room of the Alexander Gait Museum. Many Ukrainian families who used lo make Ihe delicate eggs now make only simple ones or none at all because of expense. Mrs. Anne Roman- ijk said wooden eggs made in Montreal or Edmonton can be purchased. Kerber Photo Variety Of World Foods Available discussing the problem v.hich Ihe world and its youth face. It is hopeful that this irsti- So. as the English flal season opens r.exl week wiih the Lin- colnshire mile race al Doncas- fute will serve to educate and ler on March 25. the Queen yet make the delegates again will have horses in train- ing. members of the world commun- ity not only in discussing action but also in acting on discussion. Delegates attending from! Money Lethbndge are Lori Caiman, bmses The Queen clipped her string of 28 horses to 14 last season. Bevy Davids. Sandi Cramer, and Mellissa Singer. ONLY 1 DAY LEFT Don't Miss Out On The Saving On Our Stock Reduction Sale Ann's Fabrics World won by Ihe Queen's totalled 'only 515.511 It cost newly S.-13.0CO to keep them. This year, the Queen aims lo have 20 horses in training for the season lasting from March to November. The Queen has two horses en- tered for the English Derby- Charllon and Ariel. Charlton named after English soccer stars Bobby and Jackie Charl- ton, is a 50-to-l betting shot. Ariel is 100 lo 1. The Queen has no enlry in the Lincolnshire Handicap, a race carrying Irish Sweepstake tick- ets for people all over the world. 200 Eating Places At Expo 70 cJLocal SouU'.nunster Junior Girls wir will practise ?t the lurch Saturday from 4-5, sc- lior girls at p.ra i 4 Tiw Fort Maclccd square ancers will hold lUe regular ance on Thursday at 9 p.m. or this week only. Round ance practice at in the lenientary sclwol. All square ar.cers are Women re requested to bring a bos uiich and cups. The LA lo FOE No. 2100, will old a regubr meeling, Thurs ay al 8 p.m. in Hie Fagles' la'll. This meeting will iionoring all Pasl 'residents, including a special unch, and regular ar.d meni- Ki-ship bingo will be played. A gccd attendance is requested. loslesses be: D. Carpen- er, II. Scrcggie, J. Reitcr, Jetlen. E. Spackman. V 'rice, F. I-azaruk, E. Campbell Beta Omega Phi will hold an Easter bake sale Saturday on lie second floor cf Eaton's rom 2-4 p.m. Proceeds (or )crothy Gooder School for Re- tarded' Children. The Letlibridge Council of Ihe Alberta Federation of Home acd School and Parent- Teacher Associations will hoM a jneelinx on .Monday, al 8 p.m. "u the Hamilton Junior High Schcol. All associations are re- quested to attend this impor- tant meeting. T ii e Lethbridge Academy (CSLT) will hold its monthly meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the laboraloiy classroom, IjClhbiidgc Municipal Hospital. A slurl business meeting will be followed by featured speak- er, Dr. L. Kclkas. Lunch will follow. Any interested labora- tory technologists are united to attend. BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY al PM. Jackpot in 56 Numbers S25 in 7 Numbers 4th 8lh 12 Game: Doubled In 7 Numbers S Cards 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHItDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE IOYAL ORDER Of MOOSE By JACK THACY OSAKA (CP) Like to sample the world's cooking? Then fill your wallet with yen other country's money can be spent here- and toard the Expo '70 monorail for a glebe-girdling gustatory tour. The Osaka world's (air has about 200 eating places with I o t a 1 accommodation for 25.000. Of these, seats are in the national pavilions of the 77 participating coun- tries. Another arc at private pavilions and snack areas. Since this is Asia's first world's fair and most of the projected fair-goers during Expo's 183 days are expected to be Japanese, Eastern food predominates. iVo westerner should go home without sampling a Japanese or sukiyaki. Tcmpura is shrimp floured and seasoned and cooked in hot fat. Sukiyaki is relatively new in Japan as a result of westerners bringing their meat-eating habits to a fish- eating country. Beef is mari- nated in soy sauce ar.d sugar and cooked on a charcoal- burning hibachi stove at the table because it must be served hot. Kobe beef is famous and Think pink. Ask for ANDReS breeders are said to treat .heir cattle with special care so the meat will Ix: tender. fOI' Sl'OTS EXPENSIVE Expo authorities plan to keep greasy spoon type of eating places off the site. The Osaka pcrfcclural fool sani- tation inspection centre has 15 public health officials waichlng the restaurants. The official guide lists res- taurants according to prices, 200-3CO yen, 30HOO. 400-Mi- there are about 330 yen to the Canadian it has no listing for the first-class restaurants in the pavilions. That is where the money goes fast. Fair concessionaires figure the average meal order will run 2.0CO lo yen about to 59 but your cheque may go well above that. For instance, a full Chinese meal at the junk-sailed Hong Kong pavilion can run lo yen (a little less than But in the Soviet restaurant 300 feet the highest, pa- vilion al the cheque can come to staggering yen (about with caviar, Georgian brandy and Hc.itaui'anls in the Czecho- slovak ones at Expo 67 in Montreal-plan to bring in thousands ot re- frigerated pheasants for Ihe gourmets. CAN EAT U.VDER WATER If novelty dining interests you, try Ihe Underwater res- taurant at (he bottom of an artificial lake near Expo's centre. Diners can watch fish swimming on two sides of the restaurant. Then there are the Gondola snack bars. You get tns snack and board a four-seat gondola which carries you to I lie lop of a SO foot tower for a view of Expo and the sur- rounding Senri Hills. There is a cycle of 20 minutes and you Local Choirs luvited To Festival Three choral groups underj the direction of Anne Campbell' have been invited to attend a Choir Festival in Central Unit- ed Church, Calgary, April 19. The non competitive festival will lake the form of a work- shop under the direction of Lloyd Eradshaw of Toronto. Attending the festival will be Iho Soulhrninisler Junior Girls Qioir. The Anr.c Campbell Singers and the Teen Clefs. will have finished the snack by the time you reach ground level again. If it's Canadian food you yearn for, try the restaurant in the Quebec pavilion where you can have Ihe traditional touriiere meal pie or sugar maple pie. The Ookpik is run by Van Godboul of Montreal, a veteran concessionaire of Expo 67, near the Canadian pavilion and serves Canadian beer. The food must be good. The Eskimo carvers from Ihe Caiadian pavilion eat there. MOFFAT brings you The Counter That Cooks by CORNINQ You've got lo see this branrf new con- cept ol cooking, A completely r.Ert idea in cooMcps. A smooth, easy lo clean surface. Turned oJi, it's usable coders pace, Tinned on, it's a superb v.ay lo cccfc. Complete with a sel ol COO'K- mates that v.iil bring o-jt the best h your cooking. The Ccu-.'.er That elecliic cocklop cook- Tng vessels are sold antl serviced In n Canada by HOFFATS LIMITED SEE IT ON DISPLAY HERE 319 7th St. S. Phone 318-1673 1038 3rd Aye. S. Phone 328-1332 We Toke Grain In Trade! of Sprin GENUINE BUCKSKIN JACKETS Zip out Orion Pile-Lining styled with or without fringes. Choose the style to suit Ihe occasion. Dark brown, Mauve, Tan, QR Rust, Royal, Green, Brown. Siies 8 to IS. PRICED FROM 59 PELTZER VELVET The luxury look in oil weather cools. Fashioned from creose resistant shower proof, Pellzer velvet. Mauve, Rose, Jade, Brown. Black, Royal, Red. Sizes 8 to 18. fROM GENUINE CAMEL HAIR SPRING COATS Your choice of fabrics. Genuine Camel Hair or Camel Hoir and wool blend. Single or double breasled, belted or slraighl slyles. Sizes 7 lo li and 8 lo 20. fROM K85 PRTILLANT AndrSs Cackling Is a I'ohl, subtly bubbly wins that goes groat with any occasion, Maybo thats why it's so popular. With Andres, any day cen be a day cf wine and RosSs. Andres Fine Wines ANDRES WINSS (AUSERTA) ITO, V pioJuccci in Alberta Anjq CHOICE IX M.SKK-LT There w.ts n time when the j average woman didn't have! much choice in the type ol mnke-up she used on her skin. This is no longer the cast. To- day, women have different con- sfetoncics of make-up !o chocce from, each type geared to a certain kind of skin. Many cos- mclics manufacturers have skin products moisturizer, cleansers, etc. to co-ordinate with their make-up to make ev- ery woman's faco glow hcalUi arid freshness. Revolving Charge Account 509 4th Avenue South OPEN THURSDAY From am, uniil p.m. Phone 327-2655 ;