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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta )IDOF HlRAin Thursday, No ami Feasibility study under way for a Catholic junior high Annual report of Family iiv t'Ai.mviai, Staff Writer A junior high school in the Lc.hl ridge separate sctool sys- tem would be a luxury that "we i mnot affoi-d at the present n i says Bob Kimmitt, sep- ii itt school superintendent. Tills docs rot mean we will not build one eventually, but it to Iw when the need said Sir. Kimmitt. At the present lime, we m, more than adequate fa- ihties at Catholic Central High If this was wrong, then there are a lot of school boards in the province who are Mr. Kimmitt said. "No district of our size in Alberta has a junior high school with Grades 7. 8 and 9 in one building.'1 He said he does not go along with the statements that senior students are a bad influence. In fact, Mr. Kimmitt said, the advantages far outnumber any disadvantages. "By building one large school "We arc in favor of it as soon our enrolment warrants annual family Y supper and report on the year's aciiv- ities was held last night, and a new chairman of the board was named. Vaughn Ilembroff, outgoing preside-ill of association. the report and stated that the jeer had been successful one in many ways. lie said the greatest achieve- ment was the Y had reached a financially successful s t a I r. j 1 adding thai this was the first lime for several years. j i He also said that the organ- ization had put on several pro- grams which were well receiv- ed, mentioning the swim and ski clubs ns a tremendous success. I'rior to bulling over the gavel to Phil Hlakclcy, to begin his term as chairman of the board, Mr. Ilembroff express- ed thanks In all Ihc staff and volunteer workers and added his for an even better Y in the future. Mr. Blakclcy, In summarizing Ihc points previously mention- ed, stressed tiie hopes of the board for an active participa- tion in ccrr.munily affairs. lie uttire plans include a de- youth program, and setting up a Y to really servo lire needs of the family as whole. I rather than two small ones, we C nolle Central has S lvcra to qualify (or m itelv students in Grades for faciii. I to 12. There arc 600 in the n nmr grades and 500 in Grades 111 n 12. would need another 31X1 Mmur high school students to i fill Catholic Central, and then would be justified in look- uif, for a new building for l ides 7, 8, and 9." said Mr. K mmill. 'If we asked the government for money to build a new ju- nior high -school now they would tell us to get lest, because that would leave half empty." Mr Catholic Central said he has launched a study to determine eminent grants for extra facili- ties like industrial arts, home economics, typing, shorthand, business machines, lecture theatre and a science labora- he said. "Also ve are able to employ extra professional staff people such as guidance counsellors and department heads that we could not have if the schools were smaller." He said having both groups in the same school also makes the adjustment from jur.ior to se- nior high sclaol easier because there is no change in atmo- sphere the students are fam- iliar with their surroundings and thsy don't have to make a big adjustment. Air. Kimmitt said lie did not want to create the iir.prcsMun that the school district does not HUNTER5 ARE IN FOR A SWING-IN' TIME eading thnlcway en Tight -10) add to the if. n whol< If tl but Rare works of art for Unicef cards Nobel Pr any indication, hun'er Maqrath could meet up with an old-time lynching party. It temenl of the hunt to knock on the door and ask permission, safer. ____.....______ Waste of human, resources MOXTREM Women i 32 per cent of the labor force consti'iute a third of Canada's but fewer than four per cent r force but are still under- i hold managerial jobs, a figure d umleremplovcd, says that had hardly in re- director of the cent years in spite of increasing ,l labor' department! numbers of working women. women's bureau. i Most held jobs as clerical is not onlv wasteful of ers or in the lower ranks of IHW soon a junior high school c. n be established. This does not necessarily mean a new school win be built bu at least we may be able to find a place where we could j niai me M.-HUUI inn Grades 7, 8 and 9 alone support the concept of a under one roof." he said. j ate junior high school. The study will take about one month to complete. It comes amid growing pub- lic demand for separate facili- ties for junior high school stu- dents in the separate school system. "During recent school board i meetings, several spokesmen have charged that junior enlat to the Canadian econ- she told a meeting of the ioiierr Women of Canada. oresent pattern of the in Canada France but Canada lagged be- in malc-dom, sllch as law available through local IGA female labor force ,n M sectors, profes- stores and the University of, ralght well be used as the bench siona, academic as wcll as i n ct -irramcr XV m Pit DC i BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 nth St. "C" N. Fri., Nov. 26 Doo Stum P-m- Open ot p.r 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBtE EACH SI-00 4th. Blti and 12lS Gomel in 7 Numbers WORTH S20 in 57 Numbers Scrry No One Under 16 Years of Age Allowed mark against which may be measured C a n a d a 's forward march in attaining equal oppor- tunity for women.'' Canada has nearly three- quarters of a million working mothers with more than 1.3 mil- lion children under age 14. There are also about one-third of a million women, mostly wid- ows, who are the sole support of families and another sin- gle working women. Miss Gclber says It Is fair In assume that the majority of women, especially married women with young children who doubled their burden by work- ing outside the home, are em- ployed because of economic need. Women comprised more than JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, November 25th Sponsored by ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul'. Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER nih STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and is Won Every Thursday 5th-7 No. Jackpot Pot 'o Gold 2Sc PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed sional and academic as well as industrial, women generally drew lower pay than men doing the same work in spite of legis- lation forbidding such practices. "Why should a spinner in the synthetic textile trade who is a woman receive an hourly wage rate which is 41.6 per cent less than that of the male worker doing the .same Male assemblers in the motor vehicle parts and accessories trade got a rate 63.8 per cent greater than that paid women doing the same job. Men ma- chine opcralors in the same trade got a rate 64 per cent higher than women opcralors. Annual earnings of women en- gineers and scientists were lower than those of men in the same professions by as much a 41. per cent. A text, of Miss Crelber's speech was released to the press in ad- vance of delivery. BOB KIMMITT school students at Catholic Cen- tral are being adversely influ- enced by senior students. Mr. Kimmitt said he does not feel there is anything wrong with the present set up. LCI sin-dents donate to United Appeal Students from the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute fasted at noon Nw. 9 and raised for the United Appeal. A spokesman for the organ- izers of the fast said they had a good response throughout the school when they asked stu- dents to give up their lunch money for the Appeal. "It was good to see people said one of the stu- dents who pan-handled to col- lect the lunch money. Teachers and staff at LCI also donated to the cause of the fast. The T.CI cafeteria reported its receipts were slightly down for the day. THAT'S FASHION THE LIBERATED WOMAN OF THE SEVENTIES Individuality and Independence an, ord, shaped th. now lifestyle. Fashion freedom in the now hair, ha, .n by Vidal Sassan, international authority an beauty. H.. only trad, tion he claims, is constant innovation.______________________. For the birds LYON, France (AP) Marine Giselle, 48, planted a handful of seeds from her par- rot's food supply in the spring, i Police questioned her in the fall because they said 355 of plants that came up were FREE WIG SHOW 738 13th STREET NORTH Free coffee and donuts. Free wig to ore lucky lady. AU WIGS REDUCED IN PRICE. Monday, Nov. 29, 7 p.m. FANCIFUL BEAUTY SALON Phone 327-1626 COLLEGE HOME MONTREAL (CP) Loyola I College has bought a country home on a 20-acre estate near Lacolle, 45 miles south of Mont- real, to be used as an off-cam- pus facility for human relations programs." Trof. Dick Harman, co-ordinator of programs at La- colle, said trends toward spe- cialisation have separalod ac- quisition of knowledge from re- sponsibilities associated with knowledge. "To develop n total humanistic approach in students is what this centre is all about." giving thanks lor having him In share your life with. Pre-Christmas Special! ._ North 7.00 IADIESI Avoid the rush. Havo that perm done now Coby's Beauty Shop, 322 13lh Stroel North Perm Regular 12.50. PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Special Clear-Out-Wigs form 10.00 up Human Hair Wiglets from 8.00 up WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE MARSHA SMITH THAT Formerly of Cnrdslon. hoi joined our itaff Marihn i. nor- liculorlv well qualified in hair styling. "HIS AND HERS HAIRCUTS" Now at GOBY'S BEAUTY SHOP 322 13th St. N., Lothbridge Phono 327-5687 MAXINE Since I hate to be the one to mind you that Christmas is it around the corner, I'll just loll "in to stop whatever you are doing, and listen. From a dis- tance you con hear the first Joint linklfi of the slaigh bells- And thai brings tn mind many cocktnll nnrlil and so on. you w Before you begin frantically pawing through lot yean clothes slop, and think long-lho after five dress is long. It's not a gown, it's just a long dress. M wearoblc to all sorls of j porlics, ond at home. And it's the last word in femininity. The long look can also be worn as separates. A satin blouse is great with o velvet skirt n Banfon top is clingy qood news wilh o patterned or striped skirl. When you arrive at tbot party, arrive in snmr-lhing long, from MAXINE'S, and we'll guarantee it-- THAT'S FASHION JWaxi ixinc s LADIES' WEAR 314 7th St. S. Ph. 327-2331 a marijuana-like narcotic 46 piece Service for M 4V95 Eight 5-plece Plato Sellings: Plus Six EXTRA Pieces (2 serving spoons, 1 teaspoons) In nil patterns Illustrnted. SIX EXTRA PIECES Convenient terms Chmrqcx Card o- Hoyt's Charao Plnnl Housewares Dept. 606-608 3rd Avc. S. Phone 327-5767 ;