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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE lETIIBRIDGE HERALD ndny. Nov Working day ing for ivma audio visual course educational void me SHIIIAHT Staff Tho Hamilton Jtitiioi1 Iliiih sliiclc-nt (U'U'lopcd c n nun i if n-, (HUSO n a void in tlio editca- mal svstcm, members of Uie Area Eleven Home and S'.'hool Association convention were ilUK1 I -uce lliimiiton innn- i v. p i Mi ml i iltl IK con i i'li Mil tils Hie i iu( f) L PK nn (1 i d n in c i i> Hn the n i if i H 11 i in i of pmtig i in I nind Ik u in-, d of it ing a t UK! ud uli u im hich is purchased and which i c -tiiiti. c 'K ?tch pis neh 111 he cm 11 m the actual making o[ Iho films and sounds. I The class holds a short "busi "Tlicy have to think out the ness" meeting before each whole 'problem to be able lo j session lo iron out problems in present their views lo the pub- j the elass work or behavior pal- lie said. terns. lie said there arc many Mr. Haig said all the ratni- things in the educational sys- fixations of the problems are tern which should be used bill i discussed by the total class and the only solution used to date j a pcnenil opinion solution is ai has been the television or lo rived at. tell the student lo read a book. I "These are usually very short "No wonder they are un- sessions because Uie students he said. can't wait lo get on Uie "By sitting around listening work in the he said to the students, 1 could see thai The members of the associa- they were unhappy and also lion were treated lo a presen- Ihat something was wrong with tation produced by Juergcn Ihe educslional system (thai llauschilclt, Corry Little, Garry allows Lynn and Gordon Biesbroek en Ho said next step after I ho titled The End. realization somelhing new was: Using three slide projectors needed was a visit to the and various tempos of music media centre at the University I through a tape recorder, the of LeUibridge which makes group showed life on earth teacher aids', like films a n d j slowly building to a peak, fin- sound tracks. ally "ending with the atomic "When the class arrived, they bomb. immediately wondered why j The whole presentation was (hey couldn't do it." he said. the view of the producers of "The interest was there so j the problems of pollution and the next step was equipment I how earth as a planet may allocation." i some day a monument Me said during the course, to man, caused by man him- nothLng has happened lo the self. equipment and in fart one can This presentation, shown to determine how happy they are the Area Eleven members, in their work by I lie methods was chosen because, as Mr they use in handling the equip- Haig put it, "it was not con- niciit. i laminated by any teachers." is u year of change for local Home and School Area Eleven of the Alberta there were signs of revival in Federation of Home and School the rest. Associations will continue the A. F. Weius, member of the trial of being divided into rural council for education for Vulcan and urban groups following County said the rural siluation positive response the past year. I in his area was different than Area Eleven is bounded by j the situation in the city. Vulcan to the north, Cardston Speaking for Area Eleven B, to the south, Pincher Creek to he said Vulcan should relate di- Ihc west and Coaldale lo the i reetly to the school board in east. Calgary lo get the best corn- Ruth Daw, president of Area munkation. Eleven A (LeUibridgeI said i He said the home and school was a year of change with association as such in the rural many things accomplished on area was losing the interest of paper and some of those things j the people and the direct affili- ictuallv completed. ation with the school board She "told Ihe 15 delegates lo would help the situation. the convention that the bridge council had acted as a committee Ihe past year, acl- ing on the city library question, keeping track of many school board meetings, recommending points to the dnig policy for schools and adding articulation on the French program in the citv schools. Jean Barnes, president of the Granum Home and School As- sociation said affiliation with the federation at Granum was a "wash out." She said there was very poor communication with the feder- ation, but noled that not all the blame lay with the provincial iwdv. LONG SERVICE AWARD Mrs. W. T. Nugent received a Canadian Home and School and Parent-Teacher Federation pin at the Area Eleven home and school convention Sat- urday from June Lore, prevalent of the provincial federation. Mrs. Nugent was con- nucted with the first hcrne and school association for Hamilton Junior High School, the first junior high school in the city. She has served in various positions in the association during the more than 21 years of its existence. Area Eleven President said it is the loyal rank and file members like Mrs. Nugent who make any association strong.__________ From the makers of Take Benlle-actmJ Nature's is an all-vegetabla laxative. For over 70 years, N! hai been giving folkt pleasant, efiectivi relief overnight N! tonight... tomorrow alright! REGUlAR-CHOCOUr "What are your plans for between HAPPINESS IS HEARING, re fa o Shurcn En of ilh, Alto, 110 mile', north.vcst of Edmonton, has o face i iurninated delight as she hears through o set of earphones. She- is ol the Alberta for the Deal in Edmonton, which open- She said the committee help- i .Iimo Lore, president of the ed set up a drop-in centre in i Alberta federation, said the Wilson Junior High School also, i problem could be straightened A parents' advisory com- 1 out easily with more informa- mittec at the Lcthbridge Col- i lion getting to the right people legiate Institute, started re- in the Granum association. ccntl congratulations from the principal. Mrs. Daw said the division of (he area inio rural and urban There were 10 parents lo the 1 areas was good for most parts cd in 1955. September. h 118 ;ident student', and 31 day students. Sharon started in PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ElKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-3 p.m. C (C j first meeting, 50 at the next j afternoon session and at the i l.hird meeting, held in the cve- i ning. The principal indicated lo Mrs. Daw thai this committee had helped him make decisions ami this would he continued. FREE FROJI SPOTS Whether tinting or dyeing fabrics must be thoroughly rinsed of washing film and free cepUon. She said honn and school as- j were flourishing in most areas of the city and Court. IODK present Creel- ing cards, and Aid. Yera Ft-r- BINGO RAINBOW HALL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16th at 8 p. 1st Jackpot 570 in 57 Nos., 2nd Jackpot in Free Cards-Cards and Games, 25t per Cord, 5 Ca 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under by A.U.U C. Association 61 Nos. rds SI. 00 16 Years Tiv Gohim Milt- Drop in Con- ire is sponsoring ,1 trip to the I-'actory on iiosdny. Xcv. 24. bus leaves the cenliT at p.m. All lickct.s for (lie trip must be picked up by Friday. ATTEND THE AU NEW COR. 5th AVE. ciml 6th ST. S IN THE CLUBRQOMS TUESDAY, NOV. 16th 8 p.m. First 12 Gomes First Card Others, 25c retch No. Jmlipot (inerrnr.os islO 2nd No. Jcickpcl (increciscs wnokly) Extra 5 Games Cards 25c ca. or i for Blackout 5100 in 52 numbers AH regular rjnmns pay double if won in 7 nos. or less MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ('ut. .'iii fvpiiiiif; mitred Around j i i? llie TV. sii.'H'ks, and j hero .s'liirlwirhrs v, ill ho pro- Tickets ,-irc at ihe YV.VA rc.'-'.id'-ncc, and pro- v.ill support YWCA ncti- l.A. TO F.O.E. Monday, Nov. 15th JACKPOT NOS. "20 AtARM BINGO" Colt! Card Pay Double Door Cnrdi (Many othor extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13tli St. and 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cor. 13th Slrrpt ami 7th Avenue N. PUBLIC BINGO GVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOORS OPEN P.M. DOOR PRIZE _ FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 25c EACH 5 CARDS BLACKOUT IN 57 NUMBERS OR LESS (Jnckpot Increases Weekly) JACKPOT in 7 Numbori or lei! Two iRven numljpri or loss Jnekpot each SPECIAL BONUS CHRISTMAS PRIZES 'TIL CHRISTMAS Sorry No porjon under 16 yearl of ago allowed "I CLEAN MY CARPETS FOR 500 A RUG SHAMPOO h 1 jtlQiUft. csipfl for ai little as tin ilycimsclf the r.isy priiff-tsionil and tave. ppr tlay Heavy Duty E'lampooer with piircha-." nITREV.'AX RLIf. SHAMPOO. AtemarMbli mi remover> Removes doe mini, Coke, ihoe pollih. CAPITOL FURNITURE 326 5lli Street South Phono 327-8578 IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4tli Avenue South-Telephone 328-4214 ;