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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May 16, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 SERIOUS BUSINESS Lawn culling can get some people down-in-lhe moulh on a sunny day, but 14-monlh-old Thomas Scott Wilson, ihinks helping to trim lawn is prelly serious siuff. Tom is the son of Mr .and Mrs. Allan- Wilson of Calgary. -Ed Finlay Pholo MJ srhool teaches n scif-reikmre lo children EDMONTON (''i rircn like (n go IN' Unger School for Learning Deve'ojmi'jnt. place they have i'v.'T been where Ihcy arc no! only ac- cepted, but as nur- mal. The school, uhk-li wHh children w difficulties or bulb, tnkr; chil- dren with "normal or Jibrnv-av- crage potential who have a r'is- organizalion in UK; Hanking process of the What this for ple, is a child v.ho has leamecl lo talk, not iic can't hear, but v.h.-il he hears becomes be- tween ear and brain. II also include'; children cannot read I he scrambling between eye brain. they build up Ihe htj- they begin lo The school, which has I0'j i.tuJeiils, teaches them lo trust Ibcm- selvcs and the teachers are trying to help I hem. Mrs. Unyer says getting childi'un ;it ly ace. The age of children Ik1 school varies from In 14 with tho average behvccn and 10. When Mic school opened years ago there 1-J Now there arc 70 in the main building ;-.nd in a nearby church hapuincni. During ihc seven pupils have passed Ihc doors and more than GO have been able In return lo "K- nor- mal school syM'jin. i 'There is no slinmn to going to this school hrrii'.i.'-'C stress that teach learning and don't comn here because they are retarded nr lame in one leg, "Mrs. Unger They come to learn. "The reason the children fuel (Ihey'rc not any different is be- i c-aust we don't treat them as I handicapped as children." 1 The children arc considered j integration back into the i regular .school system nnte ilhcy'vc learned to believe that j Ihcy are as good as anybody I else. Those who cannot be iiite- gralert must be made to feel (sell-reliant in their own right. Mrs. Unger says the school is I desperately in need of, funds. The Alberta government gives a of ?950 a year for oi'cry fliild more than six. Total cost for each child is a year. and a remedial teacher. Much of the reason for the CFor SO A STOP SIGN This membsr lhe Pn1ro1 musl be littie car are 10 teachers, lour teacher as- shy. He's picked a pretly safe spol lo carry on with his duly in front of a parked sistnnls, three speech therapists i CQr, and projected frcm passing molorisis. Tlie problem is, how does one lell Parents contribute as much j whether thai wood slop sign is allached lo a youngster, or jusi there as the 9lh as Ihcy are able to. j wonder of the world? Kerber, photo ana out of town Dr. Dee Arlington Quinlon. a former resident of Cardslon, and a graduate of Carrlston Higli School recently completed J Sorority elects executive Xi Nu Chapter. Bela Sigma Phi recently held an installa- tion of officers at Iho home of Mrs. Terry Westwood. willi Jlrs. Ruby Misak, retiring president, acting as installing officer. Members of the ex- ecutive arc: Mrs. Rolla Cham- bers, president; .Mrs. Anne Chanda, vice president: Mrs. Carolle Perry, secretary: Mrs. Phyllis Hall, treasurer; Mrs. Donna Rowntrec and Mrs. Ruth HiKcnhousc, representa- tives lo city council. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upsloirs) EVERY THURS.-B p.m. all requirements for a PhD de- gree in Ecology at Colorado Stale University. He lias been elected to par- ticipate in graduation ceremo- nies on Friday, June 2. Dr. Quint on specialised in vertebrate ecology, nutrition and animal behavior. He earn- ed .1.99 quality points out of a posjble four during his gradu- ate sludles. Entertaining at a recent cof- fee party and kitchen shower for Wendy Lynn Anderson, were Mi's. Rex Tennant and Mrs. Lawrence Irvine. The shower held at the home i of Mrs. Teniiaiit. I I first regular meeting ol the newly formed loastmistress Club was held recently at the Town Chef restaurant. Mrs. L. Larson, Miss .1. Eich- inger and Mrs. L Briltain. members of flic Shelby Toast- mistress Club were in atten- dance. Mr. L. Flaig, president, and Mr. Dick Batcmail of the local Toaslmaslers Club addressed tho 14 members present at the meeting. An interim executive was elected, with official officers lo be elected at the next meeting which is to lake place on Wed- nesday. May 24 at p.m. in the Town Chef Restaurant. There will be a supper and a program. New members wel- come Ann Land ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a farm v.'ho cannot afford I he friendship of, cily women. This is why: Mrs. X lives in an apartment used In fu'iy morning as soon as her children lefL for school. I. lohl her repealedly IhRt I had lo pick the garden vegetables. Ofini T complained that I could hear Ihe poultry protesting Mivrnisc [he feeder was emply but she talked on and on. This cost me eggs. Last week she cost, me a fine cow and calf. The giving birth. I heard the mooing and knew happening. Both the cow and the calf diixl "f un- foreseen complications. My friend wouldn't lei me off I'v5 phone so I could call a vet. This morning when she telephoned I (old her T v. n1- and hung up. She phoned back and said, "Sorry, we WCTP dis- connected." I replied, "No we weren't, I rang olf. I'm J hung up again. It, makes me sick to be so rude. I hate myself for i'. you please print this letter so other city wives uiukT- stancl? In Tyler. Texas DEAR TROUBLE; Your mistake was In not cduealinp your city friend sooner. Insofar as your losses arc cnnci'nK-d. she is not lo blame. You are. No person can tnke- .ndvanlriC'- of another without his consent. Please send inquiries and requests to mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News. 401 Norlh Wabash Avc., Chicago, III. 60G11. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clofhing, Furnilure, Toys, Household Effects CALL 32S-28SO FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 Isl AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE FISH p i M WEDNESDAY SGAMEASSOC. OlllfUiVJ1 AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL !3lh St. N. JACKPOT 59 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 58 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing one number per week until won) HI GAME JACKPOT 51h GAME (X) lOlh GAME JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 noi allowed Sponsored by Ladins Auxiliary to Canadian Logion J H dar of- local lian i 11 aen The Lellibridgc Women's In- stitute will entertain visiting in- stitute brnnclics on Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. in Mic Golden Mile Senior Citizens' Centre. .120 nth St. S. use east door. iUeTiibcrs are n.sked to nnle Ihe change of place, and arc reminded lo bring a polluck dish. Motto: the best way lo have a friend is lo be one. Roll call: Irish facls or fiction. The Ladies Aid of SI. Peler and St. Paul's Greek Calholic Church will hold the regular meeling tonight al p.m. M; parish hall. 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