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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta i _ HIE LfTHBRIuGE HtPMO Sotuidny, n -fawn nifilil imaginative stage good show lly MAHIl.YXN KNOCII .Stair Writer New approach to reading designed by school stuff r Conadian Freigbtways and Bill unload boxes of chocolates at which gets under way en U.TIV It RIC Staff rii'M the handicapped life bin. a ly.x o when the esr.'.a.-se honir Beginning Xov. 1 tinning through the a chocolate drive v by the Ive'hbruig.' ti'on Society [or the Handi- capped. The f.iitT'-1' o: :i'" is to hcln finance snd keep :n the rch.e'ii cen- tre. located1 a: levl) L'nd Ave A X. o[ CK'. service and the Mr. A. Jarvie. a a Projects at tils work-Top :ri- chide weaving, leether work. p we.- moved to making of rubber stamps for .'ri-cser.! biu'ldinc in IM7 and businesses and individuals, and needs of all handi- making for various spc- cae.ned persons from age b1'. cial events. A; ;he cerrrc. people The leather work is cor.sider- aee trained rehabilita'od so ed "especially excellent in qual- liiai they take a rightful, i ity workmanship and far sr.pcr- iHC.'iil and nioanir.eful place in io'r to that available in stores" and the "employment by Mrs. F. Gardner, workshop v. ie id supervisor. A farther nurpcr-e o! the cen- She also mentioned that gift is to cft'er some type of orders, are taken by suniiiation in the lives of tho.-e of the centre for specific work ;-l0 that a customer might want ivorkshup provides bus; done The centre is self support- ing works on a five day homes of tiie worriers, v.-.m .ind oonh of (Vtitrr Mall cunie from the rarks of heait faie of work to provide finan- aiid will extend to ir.t'.itde all o: cpik'iMics. ampulces cial backing. the city. for caiv. port is asked The. rehabilitation centre be- U OH gan in 1MI as a ,-ocial and expanded into a society I'.y MAfttKKV Stalf Writer ''To apjiroach somelbins tematically isn't easy wbeti .MIII only have so much said Erwin Fellncr. Mr. Feilnvr. vice principal of Allan Watson School, was referring to the school's newly- team approach in reading tor the cln'ientary grades, which is sebcd'.il'ii to comnienee November i'. Tiie proRram was designed by the crs. the librarian and .Mr. I-'ell- n r. v.ho acted as co-ordinn- tor. il ts based on the continu- ous progress or noiigradcd ap- proach. The bnsic reading rcurso re- mains the same. Mr. Fellner n plained, but ths approach is different. The standard system to have one teacher fin- line ffrade. although tlm students may vary as much as three tiil a lack of furniture ami supplier in the centre said a Persons who can help with, donations of furniture, mate- rials or suggestions for the cen- tre are asked to attend mct'tirtg or eall to broaden their scope on subjects already beinfi rather than merely being Ml ahead. .M.-s. I' reading '-nn- stiltr.rt for U'th I) r i d g e .school di-'rici, will be in regu- lar wceklv cnnlact with l.'iilh teaching teams. The teams will keep Ih? chil- dren mobile within the pro- gram, and group and regroup as necessary, lie said, but children, theoretically, will stay lor t h r ee years in the same giuup with the same leiidv. i-.i who know1 them, and this will provide vertical ami horizontal enrichment." The teachers. Mr. Fdlncr .-aid, will set goals with both general and specific objectives, and will watch tho children's i behavior. note skill and enjoyment a'ler reading goals have been attain- id. He said the flexible approach had boon welcomed by the teachers, who had been vcrv i co-operative, and that be felt "the systematic approach to the program" would contribute 1 to its success. Wirf'.ion nuirchil! High School Drama Night presented in the Vsles Mcinurial Con! re I 11 i s week a wealth of imi'Sina- live .'icing. Four v.ere put. (in by scho'il's d.ama class, icli I'.as been v.ith a r fin.'j esriy this [all. Albert a Cra.de K s'.u- dent at. Chi1 chill now Is ma.M c.l the d r a m a elapses. The first play, ceiled The Ilaii li.'i .'ied m a pai'iii'iilariy novel laslV.un. p'ay v.: s a 'aLeica; loek r.t a wai.l to believe hrr hu-'bred had luen i dniwncd in the lake. By hav- ing the cast mime the pre-re- ciirdcd dialogue, the director al- th? to ovie-ec'. to lite humor ol the The second play, called Tne Shiny lied Hall was a comic satire representing a new car let a sa'c.-man llmniiht i he was putting one over on the customer, and the customer conversely thought he had put one over on the salesman. i The acting in this play was dune very well although the second prcdueiion as a whole did not live up to the grade of tiie of the evening. The third play. Nero Fid- dles, v.as lisicd as a comedy bit seimcd to Ir.d; the humor i! v.as Irving to achieve. Again who acted in this play did well althaugh some of the aitirg was forced. The play did not do what the audi- t-no heid eye.eclcd o[ it. The "lack was tim ki which was sim- ply a bin IJHM with a voice, and ere ac'or. As plain as this pro- dv was, il seemed to de- I: .fully amuse the audience. '1 wiio acted in it were n: ori stage. Tiie mastef and mistress of George Irvine and C'arolyn Daw, can not go with- recognition. The two added an extra touch of humor bc- production. The next Winston Churchill Drama Night will be Dec. 10. SECRETS OF THE FASHION WORLD Grand finale to a ten-week modelling course was last night s fashion a' the Family Y. Models of all ages showed they had learned the mysteries of elegant fashion under the guid- ance of professional mode! Elsie Rasmussen. A Calendar Of Local happenings f GIDEONABIBLES n< n rnniinuina memori .s F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A end 13th Si. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cords for 1.00 or 2.5C Eat'n Twelve 7 Numbsr Games JACKPOT 5140 Free nnci Free Cards DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Children under 16 not nllowad Curb washroom expenses cited MONTREAL Moving v.on tho ben tie for equal drink- ing risfht.s, ijucheu wonion may ring what happenod io victory spoils. The national assembly pass- ed n hill last .summer allow- ing lavom to open doors to female custom- ATTENTION PARENTS WITH STUDENTS IN GRADES I TO 12 F1 r iil or phone t A STPATHCONA-7WEED5MU1B SCHOOL have been less than a handful of applicants for the new pnh- eate.L'ory licence. Patil-F'.milc Landry, secre- tary of the Montreal tavern- keepers' Asso c i a t i o n, said Thursday most male patrons: prefer tiie current setup. He said tavern-keepers feel the expense of installing la- dies' washrooms and changing the decor of their establish- ments would not lie justified by One man who differs from the majority is Bernard ,la- nelle, proprietor of C.obc- let, a Montreal tavern, which v, as destroyed by fire last January and is being recon- structed. Women will he welcomed when Le fiobelet reopens as a pub in the city's north end later this month, says Mr. ,la- nelle. in: rnu THF, FKKT MOXTIIKAL, Tlic Footwear Bureau of Canada makes the following suggestions for winter footwear 1971-72: san- dais with platform soles and lots of straps for evening: laccd-up oxfords to act-ompany blazer suits and knickers: ar.klo boots or abovc-thc-knee length tunics over stockings and wedpes for denii skins and knee socks. Tan Chapter of Beta Sigma son. L. E. Weaver. A. ii. Kaupp Phi will he participating in the and L. D. Hankinson. Carnival bazaar Cen- serving will be the Mcsdamfs and'h-'-idierafl tables will go to G. Barr. W. Rice. C. A. a woitiiy project. Kosaine. II. Kirchrer. .1. Ba- ker. C. F. L. HasMrd, II. ril- mer. W. Gurr, W. D. Be.-si-e. Mdul'cp t'CW bold its E Anon. H. II. Shel- annu.e! li.iily lea ar.d bake ssle R j. C. in the church nail .Saturday, s A and 1Ilss Nov. ;ti, irom 2-a p.m. j, TickeLs will be available a; ns n coniinuinc) memorial Ph 3175322 or 328-4565 PLACED IN HOTELS, SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, PRISONS CASH TONIGHT. SATURDAY 8 O'CIOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A Dingo played for fill won cvciy Saturday plus 2-7-Number Jackpots JACKPOTS MOW AND 593 5 Cards for 51.00 or 25c ench rvt 'o Nc 1 firehalb 75... to curb By Bob Barnes THE BETTER HALP 'Mofher thinks you ought to lost another with so few rnovincj parts." CLAIRE S monlln Douat'ler MR onrl MRS, I C MrNANEY fOREMOSl. AITA. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clolhing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 112 1st AVE. THERESA BEAUTY SALON Tliorosn would likrr to onnouncn lltot slip hciJ just rPturncd from a trip lo London and Bufln- posl from which she gtiincd n of now hoirslylimi experience invitns 'oil hor and friends to in rind !cu nil Ihi- ni'W (inrl Icilosl tliot] She come cuH. Thereto Bcnoty Snlon will lie open until 7 p.m. Tliurv cind fri nirjhls lliroughout tho months of Nov. and Dec. Profossioncil Phono 328-6424 ;