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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FABULOUS LAS VEGAS Nov. 19 la 23 and Dec. 17 to 21 Only from Calgary per person based on double occupancy. Return transportation by air, acccm- modation and many extras. FOR BOOKINGS AND RESERVATIONS CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHON2 328-3201 The Lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lcthbridgc, Alberta, Monday, November G, 1972 PAGES 9 TO 18 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 Now Arriving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FAIL EYE FASHIONS for 1973 A look at LCC for 600 By BKUNICE HERUS Herald Slaff Writer Follow the arrows. Follow Ihe signs. About 650 psole did just that Friday and Saturday as the Lcthbridge Community Col- lege opened its lectures and laboratories to the public. More than 100 courses voc thrown open, and the takers wandered in at their leisure silling in on things that inter- ested them and ignoring those that didn't. Jim MacNeil, LCC director ot sludent services and one of the co-ordinators of College Week- end, said he was quite pleased with the public's response. had a good cross-section of people which included many parents. Since this was our first attempt at such a pro- g-am we don't really have any criteria on which lo base the turnout." Mr. MacNeil said the physi- cal displays such as gymnas- tics, archery and karate extremely well attended by the visitors. Otho- favorites were biology, developmental stu- dies and business education courses. He said he felt these areas were poDular because Ihere was. "a little emphasis on thc spectacular." The biology section included a television camera which re- cc'ded the actual growth of a fish in a tank. Viewers could see Ihe heart beating and the blood pumping in an egg which was only 78 hours old. In thc developmental studies area, people could check their reeding rhilitv by using reading instruments which showed main corrido'.-s. number of words they could, "We will have lo figure out a lead and understand at various speeds. Mr. MacNeil explained that the machines helped students lo improve eye movement. He said that many students at Ui. college use them to help j build reading skills. "After sludents have worked for 10 hours with Ihe instru- ment on their own time. Ihei- reading rate and comprehen- sion will have Mr. MacNeil said. The number of people in the 'Surplus ensures capable teachers' I Report boldly challenges thc fessional educators who resist existing seats of power within j the Worth recommendations to By IIUDY HAUGENKDER Herald Slaff Writer The current teacher surplus thc imminent changes be- tinuing education at the Leth- j bridge Community College. During the past, when there were teacher shortages, school boards were forced lo take: what was available, he told j the annual area 11 workshop of the Alberta Federation of Home and School Associalion Saturday. COHtlHUCS 'Elevators safe' This often resulted Ihan capable Icachers classrooms, he said. Today, in conlrast, school: boards can select the teachers they want and replace any lhat I arc not capable. Dr. Keith's commenls were j A strike by about 200 Alberta End district elevators, is af- 1 elevator mechanics belonging fcetcd. to the International Union of; He said lhat Otis, the largest Ele-ator Construction Workers elevator contractor in Alberta entered ils fifth week today. services all ils installations walkout, which began in with supervisory and sales i Canada more than two staff in order to" keep elevators thrcaten- elevators rnnnaooi- Cm- man3ger various classrooms varied f.'om seemed impressed 12 to 50. Gordon Colledge, LCC j instruction and the class in- information officer, said that! structors. most of the visitors stayed in What did the visitors about College Weekend? Mcsimann way lo get people to go in'.o i she liked the friendly atmo- isoiatcd wings, such as lechni- j sphere. cfil vocation, before our nexl special College Weekend." Mr. Colledge said the free pancake and sausage breakfast Saturday was "fantastic v, c so 350 people before "When lasl year. GO ON Unfortunately, he said, many cf the bast qualified teacher's go on to seek administrators josts for which they are not qualified. Len Haney, of Picture Butlc. j who worked on the recently completed Worth Report on 1 education for 2'2 years, said Ihe teacher surplus is costly. It costs the taxpayer about S12.00I) per year to put a stu- dent through university and the toay was always ready to tell Roxanne iatko. 301 Dieppe to" educate 'qualified teachers, many of whom can- not find work. PLATFORM m i One cf Ihe most important from Calgary, said j their purpose. They made you j said, "All of Ihe sections inter- accomplishments cf the rc-ent- curious and showed you T' to expect if you were thinking. help a person decide what i j IILI-J Ele- ed. and Lethbridge teSei an increase of .0 per center solved. union wage demands en route COLLEGE VISITOR TRIES OUT SOUND STUDIO Lornct Morden, 17, from Fernie reads commercial. with class say Kav you how lo find the place you i Blvd., was amazed at ths were looking she said. amount of equipment in Don Wenlz, 2606 22nd Avc. business section. said, "The courses se'.'ved j Jerry Korchinski of Warne- you were lost, some- of enrolling." 10 go Pass man receives award FACTS of LIFE IT wirvi me run. HAW if [OH CURIOSIU. It's also a fact that we have a large supply of DESK LAMPS including INCANDESCENT ond FtUORESCENT, for draftsmen, students and hobbiesls. SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. A Hillcrest man has received Mr. Perry received unem- Dalc Heyland. associate dircc- j 5413 from the p-ovincial Crimes ployment insurance and social lor of thc school cf continuing suit of injuries he education, said he noticed that most of Ihe visiting students when he was attacked in gary hotel bar. Compensation Board as a re- j assistance for the eight months received he was unable to work. The i Cal- Sappers elect (new John Crcdico is the new pres- ident of thc Lethbridge Sapper Associalion. He succeeds Ft. A. Hutlon. Albert Iling was cleclcd vice- presidcnl at the rccenl annual meeting and L. D. Bodell was rcappcintcd secretary-treasur- er. Directors arc Christie, Ken James, Robert Brown, Uick Wilson, Bruce Thomas and A. D. McCutchcon. The organization Robert Perry, 30, walked into an argument between an un- identified man and a person silting at Mr. Perry's table and. without warning, was hit in Ihe Mr. Perry was wearing 'Jesses, which broke and cut his eye causing permananl damage. money paid him. however, was less than the amount he would have earned had he been able to work. The bos-d pe'd the difference plus mileage for driving to a board hearing in Calgary and the cost of room and board while he attended the hearing. Hillcrest is east of Blairmo.'C 1 in the Crowsnest Pass area. A band of warm air, moving from wesl lo east overnight along Ihe American border, saved Lethbridge and Medicine Hat from snow and icy roads today while most of Albcrla re- ported three inches from the season's first major sto-m. A few sunny breaks were forecast for this area this afler- i-don. but weathermen warned that snow was expected Tues- day beginning at noon. Highs Icday would be 30 to 35 degrees Mi Hagneysaid lgeS'''iOVernigW low 25' "Educators (university lead-: rK3Cnm., ers) have to take a critical look a! themselves." he said. The lemco of change, al all educational levels, is "racing" ahead. The Worth Report gears thinking into the future and ly completed Worth Report is that it provides "a platform for i j would be cloudy, with highs ic cold air mass which was responsible for the storm north of Fort Maclcod moved into northern Montana this morning. The cold front also dumped snow on northeastern British provides two alternative dircc-' Columbia, most of southern an industrial society Saskatchewan and northern On- is controlled "If union wage were mel. they me- chanics) would' be among the highest paid in the contraction i industry in the country.'' he said.' Further, thc union wants Ihe right to hire and fire workers a right which management has said it will not give up under any circumstances. Mr. Christensen said a con- ciliation decision offering the workers a 10 to 12 per cent wage increase was accepted' by management but rejected by the union. He would not disclose the exact dollars and cents amount other Ihan it was similar to what carpenters and electri- cians earned' which means be- tween S5.80 and S6.50 per hour. The only thing the strike af- fects is the construction of new elevators, he said, reiterating thai the elevators currently in service will continue to be'reg- ularly maintained. cv I Poor gets Trustees take aim on Worth Rpnnrt j ;n'7: the ,job tLPfb rr Lit A'LLsjJwl i market later and retire earlier because of icv 1 Weatli.rmaira.id now that the at Ihe corporate level or a per- a (race of snow fell in son centred society in which Leihbridge Sundav everyone contributes, Mr.; RCMP advised "motorists not Haney said. drjve on Hj n The importance of the work Drumhellcr because of icv con- ethic marriage and c'.her es- Highway 2 from Cal- labhshcd values is lessening, (0 ,vas iisled as he said. hazardous and from Red Deer man in I Jly RON CALmVEM, Herald Slaff Writer i The Commission Report on Mr. Haney said the Worth cause of the change it wonlr'; force in established Worth j Mr. Gunderson, who will be j lional Planning borders on so-i seeking a second term as ASTA ciaiisni. and thc report, along president during (lie convcn-! with ils r.uthoi-' can expect j tion, said Ihe past year has some harsh criticism during i been Ihe most active year in i IO J11.CCL body warm air has moved away, an intense storm centered off thc scuSheast coast of B.C. is likely Io push snow into southern Al- berta Tuesdav. off-was remanded in euslodyFri- DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwarii Bldg. 222 5th SI. S. Phono 328-4095 316 7th Street Soutl Phone 328-2301 ATTENTION DIRECTIONS our profcsional spoeiolly, nntl you n'C welcome lo avail yourself of our services at any time. DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Haiti Mcdictil Blrlfl. -101 5lh St. 5. 601 6lh Avo. S. Frro Delivory Call 328-6133 Call 327-3364 JCLIFF BLACK, Certified Dentol Mechanic 81ACK DENTAL LAi MEDICAt DENTAL BLDG. lower Level "HONF 327-2827 23rd St. S.. pleaded guilty to the soing to get charge Nov. 27 and was re- i mancied until Friday on his own GundeiTOn recognizance. Bui Provincial Judge I.. W. Hudson told Wakelin Friday _ i ll.al he would await next losphy. it cerlainlv wi promised worth is; own in a number of aix... rctly rough -The past year has also hocn ca! ,Tllcsdav al tllc Xlai'- j marked by improved communi-: qms Hotel al- p'n1' lle lsi cation with the government." deeply conccrnet. with a social-1 ..We have established a sood isl liiice to Ihe report. thc it is net socialist phi-; and belt' SAMSON DOMINION DECORATOR 8 SPEED PUSH BUTTON BLENDERS 52-oz. capacity jug. Colors: avocado, harvest gold, wedgwood blue. Reg. 32.95 SPECIAL Call Housewares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN never' tjip niinistpi' of oHucntini pcj.rance Mov 10 -in cus-j be accused of being right of sail M Gunderon cdy because of the mfo-mation I centre, said Jlr. Gunderson in1 -He ha" in Wakelin's pro-sentence report an inlerview wilh The Herald. I to and hec5iise of thc attitude he It comes awfully close lo the displayed in the courtroom. A change has been -made to the by-law whc-cas thc hoard meeting, he'd every month in the past, will now be held every Ihvee months. Safe drivers set awards been listening carc- rlcclcd I'cprescnta- i lives of thc people.'' toy of socialist Mr Gunderson said thc ROV- Jlt' I crnmcr.l has not just supported Mr. Gnnclerson said lie is dis-1 local autonomy but il practice's i what it preaches. lurbcd the fact that Worth, now deputy minister off advancer1, education, described! A I his rcnorl as a choice of futures niul tlien c'icso Ihe future AIR Vitgttf CONDITIONING, HEATING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd. For I'-e best buy in year raund Comfort Phone 327-5816 iiould pursue the person ecu- Five local Canadian (red sociely. "1 plan lo qucslion Ibis and lol of other in Ihe :-aid Mr. Gunderson. "We are going lo give Worth examination he's Lid. drivers received awards Sundi'.y for accident- free records totalling years. The .'jwrrds were presented at thc fir.-l "breakfast brunch" ever had." held jointly In- Canadian Another convention delegate 'reiijhhvays ;uul the National who asked lo remain anon- ymous said he thinks Dr. Worth will gel a real working and 1 think he deserves TUESDAY SPECIAL! Ihe Holiday Pafcly Council nn. l.awrcr.ce Slrand, l.clhliridRc U'rminal manager for Cana- dian I'Yoijihiways, says I h c awards brcakfasl will 'bo held twice a year. Thc safe driving awards went lo Alfred PeiVim. Mill Avc. N., for 15 years of accidcnl-frcc driving: lo (llcnn IlullcxlRc, nib St. S., for If! years accident fret- driv- ing; in Ai'vil Sillilo. '.MKI nih Avc. N1.. M years; in Hill Kin- rinion, I elliliridgc, nine and In Marion i'ionlck, Hi Mi 28lh SI, S., years. I (nor il. I'll be inUTosIci' lo see if he comes out alivo. Thc lull deletialcs arc cxpecl- ed lo deal nioro lhan 70 iTsolulions Iho COIU'.MI- linn which concludes Wednes- day. Due of Ihe main resolutions is one would sec Iho j school year in Albcrla adjuslod draslically. Thc proposal is lo have school open August 3 and close May Thc resolution is expected In j encounlcr sliff opposition be-' i SNAK PAK AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. NOV. 7 Pj 1964 BEL AIRE CHEVROLET STATION WAGON Automatic 283. Power brakes and in good running order. Tappon c'eOric range wil-i high oven and pan sloroge in AJ condition; 25 go I. alcss linrd pas wofar hon'cr; beautiful block Icathcrc'lo padded bnr; radio record piayrr ccnibinotion; lovely modc'-n dine tic suiic; chrcmr chrome kitchen sir.at cool oil hector; crib: brds and mctltesscE; wringer washr'S; 3 olcciric of corpct underlay; floor lanips; plastic mounting bars for window crisscross real gcod saddio (1 year old two rico' cabinet i2'x3M; battery cliGrrurr; wood clamp; good selection of ond fridcjcs; rouges; play ficrsf; v is ions rollaway col; storm door; golr; ?idc becrd chinn csbincl; 16 ft. house trailer; windows and screens; old ook 5 drawer legal filing cabinet; cor bed; vacuum cleaned; Mil- ler paint mixing machine; new cons of poini- poMcble tow- ing mcicliino; cool skirltle; cuitain strouhcis; chrrd n-cjOr: oil kinds cf goidcn nnd niany more itpnis too to list. 1962 CAPRI FORD 2 DOOR WITH NEW TIRES 6 cylinder slonanrd with now tires. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AUCTfON BARN Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Avo. N. Auctioneer: KANAWISCHER lie. REED HAWTHORNE Sold Ropresfinlciltvft ;