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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Moy 11, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 27 EDMONTON (CP) Report tabled in the legislature Wed- iiay recommends that the number of school districts in :ho province be reduced to 20 from 139. An abstract of the report- ay E. A. Holdaway, a member of the faculty of education at Jie University of tabled by Education Minister Lou Hyndman. It is based on a study into non instructional positions, functions and costs in Report suggests school districts cut provincial school jurisdictions. Mr. Holdaway recommends UiuL a rjuuiiuaiiea CGFinTiiSSiOii be established to examine the present size of school systems and to recommend changes, "because the small size of many systems prevents them from offering adequate educa- tional services." The report says an absolute "minimum enrolment of pupils in a school system seems to be required wherever pos- sible." Fifty nine school systems now have enrolments of less than and 51 less than Mr. Holdaway says school systems should be encouraged to make arrangements for pro- vision of far more adequate ser- vices relating to mental and physical testing, remedial pro- grams, liaison between clinical psychologists and in school staff, counselling, special ed- ucation, speech therapy and so- cial welfare. regional offices of education continue to perform their pres- ent consultative and evaluative functions, which relate mainly to instructional program and methodology, for another three years, with a central office di- rector and possibly five more consultants being added. The regional offices in Athabas- ca, Calgary, Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Red Deer established in Septem- ber, HEADS BROADCASTERS HALIFAX (CP) D. M. E. Hamilton of radio station CKLG in Vancouver was elected pres- ident of the Canadian Associa- tion of Broadcasters at the C. A. B.'s annual meeting here. Ha succeeds Henri A u d e t ot CKTM-TV Trois Rivieres, Que. PINCHED A Washington policeman finds a handle to lead a protester from House visitors' gallery. A group of demonstrators shouting for an end to the Vietnam war was cleared from the chamber while congressmen were debating President Nixon'i Indochina policy. SIMPSONS-SEARS Sweet Treats for Your Number I Mom! "Dear Mom, hope you really enjoyHhese scrumptious chocolates and sweets. You're the greatest. Much love, all. "Country Inn" Chocolate assortment. 1-lb. box con- tains delectable nuts, creams, jellies and nougats covered in dark "I and ligln chocolate "Black Magic" Chocolate assortment. 1 -Ib. box of delici- ous nuts, creams and 'jellies, covered irt dark and light chocolate "Pot of Gold" Chocolate assortment, Va-lb. box con- taining fruit cordials, nut meats, creams, caramels and crunchies cover- "1 ed In light and dark chocolate "Pot of Gold" box of mouth-watering chocolates. 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The shafts are true temper steel topped off with slip-resistant rubber grips, 7-piece Campbell Golf Club Set QQ QQ No. 1, 3 wood; No. 3, 5, 7, 9 irons and putter....... 11-piece Campbell Golf Club Set No. 1, 3, 4 wood; No. 3 to 9 irons and putter Take advantage of these combination packages: 7-Piece Set with Keystone bag (as shown above) 53.99 11-Pieco Set with Keystone bag 74.99 7-Pieco Set with bag and cart 74.99 71-Pieco Set with bag and cart................................. 85.99 Bag Priced From 8.99 Cart Priced From.......... 10.99 Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 n.m. to p.m. Thunday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Ontro Village. Tolophono 338-9331. ;