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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THI UTtHMIDGI HERALD Tueiclny, Novcmhot 9. 1171 r m i M A. W i nrec-tnontn lersns for jail, breaking Tiv Mr -anl llie ea.-i- and siliutimi "i v.as -lie is c-harned uith an i.ffrlUT I'lener'i.-in and !'t c.in nnly be e'liiiiniited .-.ivl tun if a IHTSIJII v.-a.s in jail. PA', yuulli.- v.nli ;ail-. js no niiiipollir.f; rea-1 breaking r'vrn lengthy jail a sentence Ix jj; ierni> no prcbk-m created f, Ronald 17. The pair were prompted t" and tlei.e bi'f-akou! by oilier but holh of .-''Hit nc r.o oae else folltiufd them.' en to three intailii j.'iii irnn.s said .Mr. Larson, and IR month [irobaiifnary I Lriivon also told thr> ticriod'i when i.'icy suil-i c-uiirt boih (iclish'.- natn il conn to jul warned to provide the a Kellijigion ai.'.i Cioii.-h l.ra-d ii home when hi? sentence maximum o: five vears for from li'.e Ho sairl fo5.cr Nov. 11 are p DllC Arrest warrant issued A wiU-riml for Ll.c arrest of Ik> also has a tattoo of a Stanley Jenkins, alias Boh I rihlioti am! I no hearts on his Johnson formerly of Coal- 1 left arm and two swords and dale was issued l.y rily police Ihe words "Stan and I-orna on Mcmcliiv. hN rinlil forearm The 'warrant resulted from the alleged abduction of Jenkins' son, Kevin Wayne Jenkins believed to be driving a red and white Ford sedan with the lieenoe Jenkins, Senator Ell- number_LG_420ll. _______________ ehanan School about noon Nov Kevin Wayne Jenkins is lluw feet, "six inches tall, neighs -io pounds and has Imiwn hair and brown eyes. An.uinr liavinK any informa- tion ahoui Jenkins or his son is asknl to call the U-thhridge police. or the nearest (IcalehiniMil ol Ihe HC'MP- Tlw child's disappearance is believtid to be the result of a i dispute between his separated parents over custody of the! Two Gleichen i charged with robbery with no- il rs Pairicia Jenkins, 509 j Icncc were remanded in ens- lO.h Ave N. was given cus-1 tody without plea m bclli- tiKly of the boy in a court ao bridge magistrates court Men- tion and a restraining order j 'I-'O'- was granted to keep Mr.! Georgiana and Charles Raw Jenkins away. i Eater, both 25. were remanded The search for the missing i until Nov. 12 on the request of violence charged child was narrowed to finding his father Friday, when Mrs. Jenkins received a letter from the RCMP. Tlie two were arrested and charged with robbery a hardened criminal, ard a jail term could do irrever- sible damage." Mr. Offei ioki the court n leeal resident provide Ei home ior and help him complete his Grade 12 if fie desired. In passing sentence Judge L. W. Hudson said if it had not been for th.1 generosity and ev ivik'fii aid. the youtli-- 'i> He- v.ould lirn'e rewived a much ice> ai ihe longer sentence. He also nncct HOSPITAt LESSONS Gregory James, a Grade 3 student, manages to homework while recuperating from a burned foot in the children's in a jumped as high as 13. The age of students ranges I from six to IB, and Mrs. Oordt concedes that this lactor can I be a problem. i It places her in a situation j somewhat like a teacher in an j old country school where jump- ing from one subject to an- other at different grade levels was the accepted method of teaching. "It can be difficult to be teaching Grade I reading and in the next hour. Grade 12 his- tory or mathematics." she said. "But I like it in a way bo- cause it keeps me in touch with wliat is going on through- out the school system." She said a big advantage of her job is in working with in- dividual students rather than a large class. "Working one on one, I can see the problems a little more clearly." When the homebound teacher service began three years ago, almost all referrals came from school principals. Now they arc also coming from teachers, parents and doctors. "At first, some parents were a little reluctant, to let me in until they found out that my services are she said. i now that I'm getting i better known, there are very few problems." Mrs. Oordt. is an employee of the Lethhridge public school system. "And a very valuable according to Bob Gall, direc- j tor of special services for the district. "She has both the ahiiifv and the ideal personality for this type of job." Mr. Gall said the homvbrmr.d teacher is a necessity, not luxury. "If we did not have (hi-; ser- vice, said Mr. Gall. "I h e r e would be a lot of youngsters uho would have to repeal a year of ?rbcnl lieeau-.c i dent or illness "To my knowledge. Mrs. Onrdl's hrr-n able to complete i vear succe.vs full', and i on." he added .SV.p deals uith rtudcnU fcrmg from al! kinds eases find injuries. "Occ.'isinnnlK, I even hmo to gel. nil up in ;i surgi- cal mask and tjov.n ;md j-cnib doun like a doctor so 1 ran teach a youngsier in an isoia- tion ward." .sriid. Sho described Iwn rix- 1ns- I torifs. The nameh are I but Ihe faris an- l.nic. "John, a Grade in M'ji.- out of fnr t h r r e mi mt h> wiili a 11 HI km lei; he siill'rn'd in a tnotnreyde acei- drnl. I saw him uhile he was in tho hospital and two or Ihree times ;i w c e k after lie got home. Kvenlually he went baek to school and finished Iho year. "Jane, a Cirado ft student, I was on I "f school for Iliree months wilh worked when she felt w e 1 1 enough and when she was bel- ter, .she fil back into her class and completed the irlili SAVE OVER 150 Our Everyday Low SATIN LATEX 1 ccat covers. Dries In twenty minutes. Brushes and rollers easily cleaned with soap and water. Per Quart 2.69 FLAT ENAMEL The new wash 'n wear paint. Dries to a beautiful flat finish. Brings a rich appearance to your walls. 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