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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J erry s CROSS photog raphy Headquarters For Tape Recorders and Accessorlo PHONE 3272673 The Lethbrulge Herald SECOND SECTION May 1970 PAGES 13 TO 28 RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 75 PEOPLE Plans Are Made For Beet Labor and accomo dation plans for an estimated sugar beet workers have been completed by the Federal Provincial Agricultural Man power The workers are expected to begin arriving in southern Al berta near the end of and at varied intervals to mid The total number of workers arriving will be near free lance labor Overnight accomodations will be provided for the workers at the Lethbridge E x h i b i tion and a food catering service will be employed while the workers await allocation to places of Farmers requiring workers will be responsible for provid ing transportation from the and an effort will be maintained to keep stays at the Exhibition grounds as short as There will be about acres of sugar beets planted in southern Alberta this year with the minimum contract wage per acre thinned and hoed is Livestock Catcdogues Distributed The livestock catalogue for this years WhoopUp Days at Lethbridge July 2025 has been The livestock including pre fair week is as follows 4H show and sale July light horse show July and general live July Entrees close June 13 for the Aberdeen Shorthorn and dairy June 27 is the closing date for the light horse The Lethbridge and district Exhibition office reported catalogues and for warded to exhibitors and tro phy Trout Test Arranged By Feeder Firm A shipment cf trout fingerlings for TyrrelTs originally set for is now scheduled to arrive on President of the Tyrrells Lake Fishermans says only part of the shipment will go into the lake while the about will go to Valley Feeders in Dick manager of Val ley said about of the trout will be used to test the feasibility of raising trout commercially here in Leth The remainder will be sold to farmers and ranchers in the province for the stocking of John Howard Meeting Set The annual meeting of the John Howard Society of Al berta will be held May 20 in Medicine Guest speaker will be Don president of the Al berta Association of Social Workers and director of pre ventive social services for Ed Main item on the agenda will be a discussion of new develop ments in services for juveniles in i The meeting rail be held in the Park Lane None Out On System Of Demerit Gordon Alberta min ister of highways and transport announces that during the first full month of operation of the driver demerit system no per son in tile province reached 15 demerit One person reached more than eight demerit and a warning letter was sent to Fifteen demerit points CAST OFF FOR WINNIPEG The cast of the Leth bridge Playgoers entry in the Dominion Drama Festival in Winnipeg next left the city early this The production of Brendan Behans The will be staged by the Lethbridge troupe the first performance in the weeklong Director of the play is Dick To Be Submitted June 1 Boards Brief On Education Ready For Worth Commission brings an automatic licence During the month of there were totalling demerit While there were no suspen sions arising out of the demerit there were 31 suspen sions ordered by the minister of highways and transport and 149 suspensions ordered by the In 11 licences were suspended for medical reasons and 136 were suspended pend ing receipt of a financial res ponsibility mother Browns TAKE HOME FISH CHIPS 2716 12h Avenue South Phone 3288392 MAY SHOPPING SUMMER CAMPS Order your supplies CRAYQNSPAPERPENCIIS SCISSORSPLATESCUPS WINE CELLAR Things ore brewing get your requirements BRIDAL CHAPEL Everything for the Bride ANNOUNCEMENTS INVITATIONS REPLY GRADUATION TIME PRICE TABLE THURSDAY NIGHT SHOPPING 6WUT3BI8BS Keep Southern Habit In trii Shopping Mall PHONE U of A Grads From South Several southern Alberta stu dents have recently been an nounced as bachelor of science degree graduates in agriculture from the University of They are as follows Murray Taber Kenneth Bow Island Elton Warner Harry Picture Butte John Vauxhall James Champion Jerry Picture CLIFF JBLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 3272822 MOVING By HERB JOHNSON Herald Staff Writer The submission of the Leth bridge school District 51 to the Worth Commission on Educa tional Planning has been made The which will be sub mitted to the commission when it sits in Lethbridge on June was prepared by the board of a professional commit and Professor Perec vault of the University of Leth Some of the points contained in the brief are Alberta society today is characterized by an emphasis on consumption and accumulation of mater i a I Certain trends evident in todays society will Industrial technology will con tinue to increase mans produc tivity and leisure The problems of the large urban centre will Maj will learn to control Emphasis win be placed On the social sciences so that man will learn to respect his industry and education must learn to work together so the products of technology are available to H the challenge of the last decades of the 20th Century is to assure that man begins to con trol technology for the benefit of then the social institu the must The products of a technolo1 gical society will be available to assist the but they cannot educate the student in learning inter personal rela Education must become a humanizing agent in society Schools provide the physic a setting for human With increased leisure education must assume the responsibility of the devel opment of the individual rath er than the task of job prepara The school must become a community resource available to all citizens of all ages who wish to pursue education as preparation for a different vo cation or purely for selfdevel The school must remain because an increasingly sophis ticated society will demand an increasingly sophisticated citi A more sophisticated technology will require reedu cating and AIMS OF EDUCATION 9 The graduate our schools must command en hanced communication He must be able to an alyze and interpret data from many Above all he must be able to express his interpretations and feel ings in a meaningful manner to No longer can the learn er the product of our be the passive recipi ent of others ideas through the mass p Tha graduate must have assimilated a developing value system by which to This does not mean that a particular value system must be taught and instilled within the indivi it means that the individual becomes a valuing Implicit in becoming a val uing individual is that the per son become I Proficiency in the tradi tional three Rs will still be an aim of educ a t i o there will be the recognition that these are skill areas upon which the broader aims of edu cation are A As a final the stu dent graduate will need to know how knowledge is gener ated and how to become in volved in the search for knowl not the mention of CURRICULUM If relevancy of learning experiences is to be a then curriculum formation as well as implementation must lie within the prerogative of the district and The prov ince will have the responsibil ity of ensuring that the needs of the broader society are The student vnll have a growing responsibility in cur riculum development if the cur riculum is to be Cru cial social issues such as pollu tion and peace will form the foci of new courses of The student will assume more responsibil i t y in determining his own The role of the teacher and teaching must be accurately de The time for preparation of teachers must be a minimum of four years for initial certifi 0 Teacher education pro grams must examine the skills which a teacher must possess and ensure that those candi dates for certification command the competencies necessary fo initial teaching FINANCING Indians Change Election System A recent in which 42 per cent of the eligible voters cast brought about a change in the election system for the Blood Indian Band Ed band the people in favor of two separate one for band and one for the bands 12 Under the old a single election was held to fill the thirteen with any one of the men being eligible for either chief or The change in pro cedure is expected to bring about more selective In other the peppls elected to keep councillor terms at the present four This brings about a complete change in band man agement after the specified The band also voted unani mously not to allow nonIndians to obtain grazing leases on the Fox The only lease land given out to non Indians is farm Thero are about acres of land on the reserve under cultiva and about 90 per cent of this is leaces to Volunteers Sought For CMHA Work The Southern Cana dian Mental Health Associa is in need of volunteer workers for the summer months for its established pro grams for psychiatric patients Volunteers and drivers are needed for Monday and Tues day Volunteers are not restricted as to and youth of the community who have time to offer assistance will be Throughout the past year tha youth of Lethbridge have as sisted the CMHA extensively in volunteer programs and their continued service would be of tremendous assistance during the summer according to Molly executive of southern Anyone who has two hours a week to assist as a volunteer driver on Monday or Tuesday afternoons is invited to phono Hazel 3271515 or the CMHA Attend Art Exhibit The province must devel op a broader support base fo the rinancing of 9 The local community mus continue to support education t the end of high The province must suppor education through a formula that ensures local autonomy in the development of an educa tional 0 The local board must have complete autonomy in ffie ex penditureof More Assistance Open To Married Students AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES EXCEUENT WINDOW CLEANING BUSINESS FOR SALE SMAU INVESTMENT PHONE 3278977 Nqvy and Air Force VeteransUnit 34 50th Anniversary BINGO IN THE CLUBROOMS May 19 JACKPOT Blackout in 53 SPECIAL BINGO FOR 50 SILVER DOLLARS For Mtmbtn and Tlnir Oueitil Alberfa will provide mare nantial assistance or marriec university University of Lethbridge reg islrar Jack Oviatt says there are only about a dozen stu dents on the campus who wil benefit from the new regula HEADS KINSMEN James Wallace is the new president of tire Kinsmen Club of Lethbridge for 1970 Other members of the ex cutive include Paul Richard Dav Ken Mori i c k c y bulletin and di rectors Bill Tak Okamura and Glenn Richard QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 5th 3287604 Capilol Furnituri EDDY He It certain ly is a break for married stu dents and will undoubtedly en courage more of them to at tend The change in regulations ap proved by the cabinet Wednes day will allow married students with no children who are both attending a postsecondary in stitution to apply for aid as sin gle This will allow them to re ceive a greater portion of aid as an outright grant rather than a repayable A single student needing 200 in assistance receives an initial loan and the re maining on the basis of 50percent grant and 50per cent The outright grantis and the Under the old a married student would receive a loan of S700 with the remaining split between a loan and a This meant he got an lutright grant of and a of Other changes allow the awarding of provincial scholarships to students enter ing any postsecondary institu rather than just universi ties or Summer session loans have been raised to from Disadvantaged persons now will be able to take only 000 in loans in order to receive maximum assistance of instead of the previous in MANMADE Wellknown manmade lakes i n c 1 u d e the 252squaremile Lake Powell in Arizona and the 247squaremile Lake Mead in More than persons at tended the recent Arts Exhibi tion in the Wilson Junior High School demonstrations in various art and musica interludes were provided by junior and senior high schoo Veterans Club To Celebrate Anniversary Fifty years In Lethbridge will be marked by the Navy and Air Force Veterans club Special activities have been arranged for the Two special bingo sessions wffl be held May 19 and the la dies auxiliary wiil hold a tea and open house May On May all pastpresidents of flM c 1 u b and 25year mem bers will attend a supper and social A special reception is sched uled for May with guests to nclude Mayor Andy Anderson of Lethbridge MP Jeane Gundlock and Leth iridge MLA Jack The provincial command meeting will be held in the tlarquis May and on May provincial command night will feature special en ertainment in the lounge and LETHBRIDGE REFRIGERATION REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE I PHONE 3284333 STRIKE In the Event of a Nationwide Poslal Have Made Arrangements To Have Your Film Sent For Processing By Other We invite You To Avail Yourselves Of This Service At No Je err y photography SMILEYS PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS AND UP Phone 3282176 art and music All phases of art cera rug papier silk screen and print making were Participating students were from Wilson Junior Pat erson Junior Allan Wat son Junior Hamilton Jun ior Winston Churchill High School and the Lethbridge Collegiate The the first of its kind in according to Neal art coordinat or of the Lethbridge public will likely be an an nual Apology A quotation used in a Ono Prairie Province Enquiry sto ry on page 13 of The May attributed to Den nis OConnell was in It was not her The Herald regrets any em barrassment this might have caused and extends o those INSURED PUR STORAGE NEW YORK FURS 604A 3rd Phone 3273276 Arc you a ban quet wedding reception or SOCa 9atnerin9 Lfit us prepare and serve a delicious meal to your exact THE LOTUS BANQUET ROOM far up to 125 persons i available at all Phone early for reservations Phone 3270240 3272297 LOTUS Across From CPR DEPOT ;