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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta FABULOUS 27-DAr FARMER and RANCHER TOUR To Australia an'1 New Zculond also visits lo Hawaii, Fiji and Taihili. All inclusive pricu from Calgary, per person only Double occupancy, Departures Jan. 18, 1971 and Fob. 1, 1971. For roscrvtrtforis and information contact BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE 1271 3rd Avo. S. Pliono 32B-3201 or 328-8181 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" SECOND SUCTION hcllibi-idfc'8, Monday, November 2, 1970 PAGES 11 TO ?.U Treat Evuryono To Dclicioui Alberta Roast Beef-On-A-Bun Available Only til Tnlic-Oul No. 2-1705 M.M. Drive S. Phono 328-7751 STOLEN POLICE CAR DAMAGED Damages lo this city poli ce car were estimated at. after the car was stolen Salurday and involved in a collision 1st Ave. and Scenic Drive. Norman Stanley Flamond, 25, of Leihbridge, pleaded guilfy this morn- ing in magistrate's court" lo Hie ft of (he car. Courr was told a conslable had left the car motor running about p.m. Saturday while he invesrigaTed a disturbance the Dallas Hotel. Ramond side "the car and was in- volved in an accident while being pursued by police. He has had a lisr of three previous convictions, for robbery wilh violence, assaulting a police officer and ob la in ing food through fraud. Meeting Called In Indian Dispute A meeting is being held for key members of the Blood In- dian Tribe administration and the Blood Tribal Council this afternoon to settle a dispute be- tween the two groups. Members of tiie administra- tion staff Friday threatened to resign for what they termed lack of support from the tribal council. Ed Fox. administration man- Free Bus Passes Available Free bus passes for all per- sons over 65 who have lived in Lethbridge for one year are available at city hall. The passes, which are lo be officially available today, were ready late last week and 320 had been distributed by this morning. Two Y ears For Stealing Police Gar Norman Stanley Flamond, 25, of no fixed address, was sentenced .to two years in Prince Albert Penitentiary when he pleaded guilty in mag- istrate's court this morning to theft of a police ear. Court was told a constable had left the car running while he investigated a disturbance at the Dallas Hotel Saturday afternoon. Flamond stole the car. Police gave chase. Flam- ond crashed into a large sign at 1st Ave. and Scenic Drive. Damage to the car totalled Flamond has three previous convictions of robbery wilh vio- lence, assaulting a police offi- cer and obtaining food through fraud. Formerly handed out throug the city manager's office o the second floor city hall, Ih passes now are available at Ih city clerk's office on the mail floor. John Gerla, city clerk, say about passes are read; for distribution this year undei the new regulations. Only 681 were handed out last year. The passes are now available to all persons over 65, regard less of income. A letter has been received by city council from Mrs. E. W Warren, transportation score tary of Pensioners and Senior Citizens Inc. of Lethbridge thanking council for its consid eration in extending the use o the passes to all senior citi zens. MANY COLDS About 25 per cent of the popu- lation will have four or more colds this winter. EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL 317-7lh STREET SOUTH Students Vote Within Hair Of Majority The students council of the jethbridge Community College '.as been left with the fina: decision on wliether to re-join .he Alberta Association of Stu- lenls. A vote by LCC students Fri- lay came within a hair of the needed two thirds majority, ind students agreed to let the council have the final say. A total of 160 students voted, 108 in favor of joining, 54 against. The percentage favor- ing was 6GVi, just a breath away Iron the required 86 2-3 per cent. H is expected the council wi make the decision at its Tues- day meeting. LCC students withdrew from the member AAS last spring, claiming the AAS ac- tivities were irrelevant and leaned loo heavily on univer- sity matters. SAVE TO 60% MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT 509 6lh Avenue South IIMUTE UFFLER INSTALLATIONS Phono 328-8134 ager, Leslie Tailfeatliers, assis- tant manager, Richard Mills, office manager, Adam Delaney, ranch manager, and Rev. Denis Chatain, economic development co-ordmator, made Ihe move to draw attention to their position. The move by the admiiu'stra- tion staff was slammed by tri- bal councillor Ray Manyehief who termed it a conspiracy against the tribal council. He said the notice to resign comes at a very poor lime he- cause council nominations have been called for Nov. 4, with elections Nov. 19. The move they made, wlieth- er for a raise in wages or fringe benefits, is a very poor ap- proach at a time when people are going to elect a new tribal council. Free University Session iducate The Educators Tells taxpayers happy with low mill: "I think it is high lime rales, he suggested. boards started dictating what Trustees must make the best they sec as important rights of possible use of Ihe decreased ian employer, and .slick lo Ilicm dollars available Lo education! and not just wear themselves in Alberta but must also [down reading lo teacher de- make Ihe best possible use of Sir. Grueiiwald said. By .1151 WILSON Herald Education Writer EDMONTON The Alberta School Trustees' Association must stall demanding better performance and bettor (rain- ing from teachers if education is lo successfully prepare stu- dents for the world of the fu- ture, says outgoing ASTA presi- dent R. D. (Dick Gruenwald. Ilr. Gruenwald was speaking to more than 400 delegates to the annual ASTA convention here. The conference runs to Nov. 4. He said once the department of education and the university have agreed a teacher is quali- fied, his competence should not be subject to question "but I am not sure it really works that way." "If wo arc to do a proper job of cd'jL'alr.-i our young people we must first of all educate the Mr. G r u e n wald said. "I believe we must train our teachers better, give them more responsibility, more work and pay them more money." However, not everyone who can complete a university teach- ing program is suited to be a teacher, Mr. Gnienwald said, so more capable selection is necessary. He called for a minimum of four years of teacher training before certification (which is now (he norm in Alberta) plus full year of internship be- tween the second and third year of Ihe progr? the increased local autonomy of SL'bool boards permiUed by the new School Act. This-should particularly apply to contract bargaining: "Teachers have said they waul every delail of Ihcir work- ing conditions set out in their collective agreements. ''Bargaining in the future will have to be more of a tu'o-uvry procedure. "If negotiations arc not han- Icd carefully in Ihe future involved wil drive a wcdgo be- tween teachers and trustees as has never been done I Mr. Gruenwald said. "It then lake years to repair the damage done and worst of all, educalion then suffer." Mr. Gruenwald also called for subsUmlial curriculum changes. E a r 1 y childhood educalion must become the mosl-empha- sizcd part of Alberta's educa- tion system and Mr. Gruen- wold called for eonsideralion of starling school at age four. Teachers of these grades lie said, must have Ihe equivalent special ization of universily- levcl professors. year the teacher would work for The third Free University of Lethbridge session this fall will be held tonight at S o'clock, in the Lethbridge Community Col- lege Kate Andrews Building radio studio. Featured speaker is C li e 11 Means To Be Human. Wayne, LCC communications arts instructor, speaking on the topic, Are We Conimunicaliiig? Moderator is Betty Meyer and all interested persons are welcome to attend the meeting. Theme of the series is What It In this candidate school board as a special kin of teacher aide, to give his pn fessors a chance to see if h teacher." If the internship was not sue cessful, Mr. Gruenwald sale the student would be told h was not suited to be a teachei In addition, certilicaLio would, not be permanent unti perhaps two years of successfu Leaching experience followin j graduation Mr. G r u e n wal said. Trustees, and their attitude and association employees mus also become more capable o dealing with today's problems they must be constantly aware of the needs of education, a well as the need for keeping N on-Capital Murder Charge In Death Of Cardston Man One charge of non-capital murder and one charge of cri- minal negligence have been laid against Aiphonse Red Crow, 20, of the Blood Indian Reserve in connection wilh Ihe'Cardston this morning and It's Oct. 31 death of his father Allan Red Crow, 46. Red Crow was scheduled to appear in magistrate's court in CP Rail Hearings Starting Thursday THE GREAT PUMPKIN was in the city Saturday and lie lefl a present for Jack McCracken, 23rd Si. and 22 Ave. S. The new addition to the McCracken household was strategically located on Ihe front lawn with several accessories, including regional catalogues but minus the door. PoLice Chief Pleased With Youth The Canadian Transport Commission will open public hearings in the provincial courthouse at 10 a.m. Thursday to determine Ihe Mure of CP Rail's Lethhridge-Calgary and Lethbridge-Medicine Hat pas- senger train services. Losses on the two runs in Law Forum Tuesday At Yates Judge Frank II. Quiglcy of Calgary will moderate a legal forum, The People's Laws, Tuesday in the Yaies Memorial Centre. The forum, which will ex- amine the Canadian legal sys- tem as it applies in situations the average free to the will by he encountered citizen, will public. Four panel members. ISfiO were for Lctli- Cardslon. bridge-Calgary and for Lethbridge-Medicine Hat. In 196B, passenger count averaged 12 per trip for Lethbridge-Cal- gaiy and 11 for Lethbridge- Medicine Hat. The CTC can either authorize discontinuance of a service or, if it determines the servic; be in the public interest, can order payment of compensation to the railway of up to DO per cent of the losses involved. In the application filed Oct. 31.--1SG9, CP Rail said present alternate public transportation facilities and highway systems should be sufficient for any ex- pansion in the area's popula- tion. The application staled pre- sent air and bus services be- tween Lethbridge and Calgary expected the case will be set over for election and pica. Allan Red Crow and his wife, Mary, were in collision with a car driven by Aiphonse Red Crow about a.m. Sat- urday a half mile north of the Cartlslon lown limils on Hie Blood reserve. The deceased was the owner of Ihe vehicle. Mary Red Crow suffered ex- tensive injuries and is reported to be in satisfactory condition in the Blood Indian Hospital, deal with specific areas of law. Tlie second half of the pro- gram will be a question and answer period in which ques- tions from the floor will be con- sidered. Sponsors are the Lethbridge Bar Association, the Canadian Bar Association, Alberta sub- section, and Tlie Lethbridge Herald. Lutheran Singers To Perform could handle public transporta- tion demand and higlrway links are "fully adequate." Between Leihbridge and Medicine Hat "the limited number of passen- gers using this service could be easily accommodated on exist- ing bus services or by private automobiles." The railway's application for discontinuance history of the sendee, probable effects of discontinuance on alternate transportation services, future transportation needs of Ihe area and statistics on costs revenues and passenger counts. Damage Damage amounted lo and one person was slightly in- jured in a single-vehicle acci- dent Sunday on the Dili St. bridge. Aldo Meli cf 10M 18th Si. S., driver of the vehicle, was taken o hospital, Ircatcd for minor jruises and scratches on his Halloween Was Quiet Leihbridge cily police reporl i Police Chief James not found for several a quieter than usual Halloween wilh fewer complaints and less damage. Police received 101 com- plaints, 36 in regards lo Hallo- ween, between p.m. Satur- day and 10 a.m. Sunday. COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTO. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 (cr said this wasn't a high av-j hours. A considerable area of erage and he was pleased wilh new construction site and scv- thc behavior of the young pco-'eral basements were Hooded. I''1-'- The police are asking cili- Thore were a few incident zcns who have informalion as by older youths and the police to who turned on Ihe hydrants plan lo treat these as criminal j to coulact Ihe police at 320- offences. Fire hydrants were turned on in the industrial area of Ihe city hut were detected early and turned off. In (he new con- struction area of Stafford Drive and Kith Ave. N., (he hydrants which wore turned on Ml. Tampering with fire hydrants and sending false alarms can- not be considered a prank when lives and properly may well de- pend on these services in an emergency, a police spokcs- The Living Dimension, eight mericiiii and Canadian sing- leg and released. rs working out of the evan- elism department of the American Lutheran Church, will resent musical programs for outh Tuesday and Wednesday i the city. Tlie group's members, who re based in Minneapolis and ange in age from J9 to 23 ears, will appear Tuesday in ic Lutheran Church of the ood Shepherd, lllh Ave. and th SV. S. and Wednesday in ic Scandinavian Hall 225 12lh SI. C. N. Both performances will starl al p.m. The public is welcome lo at- tend. Coal Tonnage Increased Tlie provincial department o! mines figures for coal produc- tion shows (he Crowsnest Pass production for September at tons, up from tons for Ihe same month in Taber produced 2M tons fol the same period, up from 255 tons last year. The total production lor tha province for September was tons, an increase of 368 tons from 1D6D. Value of the production for September, 1970 was an increase of from 1989 for the same period. CADET NEWS RCSCC Chinook sea eadcls will parade tonight at 7 o'clock, with fall-in at JJovs 13-18 years of age are invited lo join the corps, and if interested, should he at the ship, 10th Ave. and 17lh St. S., before p.m. tonight. {CLIFF BLACK, Ccrlificd Denial BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 Now's the Time To Apply Elephant Brand Fertilizer 16-20-0 34-0-0 1.98 Use of a Fertilizer Spreader Free wilh purchase oF Ferfiljzer. HOYT'S DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-5767 LIMITED SUPPLY LAURA SECORD GINGER CHOCOLATES or dark) LAURA SECORD PEANUT BRITTLE DRAFFIN S DOWNTOWN ROD 377-3279 DISPENSARY _ GEORfiE 328.61.1.1 FREE OELIVERV ;