Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
a THE 1ETHBRIDGE HtKAID Montltiy, Novpmliei 1971----------------- SWEEPSTAKES WINNERS Larry Maybee (right) flashes a smile at Vancouver stock- broker Frank Pierce after the Grey Cup game in Vancouver Sunday, which made Mr. Piercs's Pearl Smith of Winnipe richer. Mrs. Smith held a Mani- toba Sweepstakes ticket on Calgcry but %va s represented at the game by hsr nephew. Mr, Mabee of Selkirk, Man., held a ticket gn Toronto and collected Calgary's Grey Cup victory Cl7 il ns wmniescr VANCOUVER fCP) Apart from the prestige, the difference between wr-ninsj i and meant only j apiea? to the player? Lnvohvd Calgary's it-it Grey j football victon ever Toronio on Sunday But on sweep- stnkt'. iu Hie east, Hat Today: Ovcr-c.i'-l with patches if fog or very light rwv Lows near s Tuesday: rloudy wifh morning fog patches. Higlis 25-30. Columbia, Konfcnay Today: Cloudy. A few snowflnr-rics or brief periods of niin in Columbia district. Tonight: Clear periods. Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with highs both days in Lows tonight iu mi( 20s. 13 14 .01 Crcnbrook 32 27 Kamlcops 39 36 .07 Pcnticton 41 37 45 43 .55 Prince George ___ 32 27 Vancouver 4] Saskatoon 16 14 Regina 111 Winnipeg 4-11 Toronto 40 n2 Ottawa 33 27 Montreal 35 21 H. John's 41 35 .58 Halifax 31 31 plans sj for handicap] EDMONTON (CP) Vhe Alberta Teachers Association today said special classes should be established in Calgary and Edmonton for children with sight and hearing defects. The association, In a brief to tho provincial cabinet, said this would involve an expansion of programs at the Alberta school for the deaf in Edmonton, similar facilities in Calgary and facilities in both major cities offering complete schooling for blind students. The association said it supports a continued trend toward individual ized learning in which each student proceeds at his own rate, mastering concepts lo the best of his ability. There should be more teach-nr participation in selling objectives, planning curriculum content and activities and appraising student behavior, the ATA said. While teachers already are responsible for tliese functions, they are being stressed to the point where teachers are classes jed students ned down to custodial func-lions." Clerical help and teacher-aides must lie provided as support staff as teachers assume more responsibility in all activities involving students. The association urged abolition of Tirade 12 departmental examinations, with tcachfrs having tho responsibility for determining student achievement. It also urged the education department io review tlie recently launchod practice of granting credits for out-of school experiences. Under the policy adopted last year, af tills may apply for nr-di; Inward a high school diploma on tho basis of experiences gained since leaving sclioo! Tho assncinfion also reitrr-ated ils support for establishing kindergarten programs provincial financial support and greater emphasis, in early grades, on diagnosing and isolating mental health problems. To do f.h is schools need nddil.iona! facilities for counsellors and psychologists, the ATA said. T h c teachers' association also urged adopt ion in the schools of the mctrie system. Tho ATA asked Kducation Minister Ilyndman to "use his office to tho fullest" to ensure the licence of radio station CKl'A is not revoked by (hi'. Canadian H-ntlio-Television Commission. CKUA, whoso licence expires in March, is licenced to the University of Alberta which lenses it to Alberta Government Telephones. The station's future has uncertain for some time ns the federal government moves to retain broadcast ing as rm exclusive federal 30 32 Fmlerictcn 24 Ml Chicago 311 35 New York Miami 7H 75 Los Angeles 64 57 Nov. 30th Is Your Last Day Mr. Farmer To Buy x 52' STEEL BUILDENG Complete with end walls. double sliding doors, baso Wednesday, Dec. 1st the price will bo ELI f %J A do posit on this special will hold your order for 1972 GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE COME HEAR A P PLAIN LESSONS FROM THE BIBLE 1 WANOEST F Y TANT A r 1 1 1 1 nil 1 4 Tonight at 7.30 p.m. 4 CHURCH of CHRIST 4 77JO 2Ut Ave. S. Jj X No Collections Congregational Singing Y For transportation A t 327-799) or 328-S708 4 m BRING YOUR FRIEND EVERYONE WEICOME1 A3 AT COUHTESV All highways in the Loth-bridge district are bare and dry and in good winter driving condition. Highway 1, Trans Canada IliBlrouy, Calgary Iu Banff is tare and in good condition. Banff to Golden has a trace of snow, few slippery sections. Golden to Rcvclstoko lias 2 nches of new snow, plowed POUTS OF ENTRY (Opcnh 24 hours; Camay 6 a.m. to 9 p. 'i p.m.; Roosoville, B.C. fl a.m. wurs; I'orthill Rykcrls i! a.m. lo i Wildhorse, Jl n.m. to 5 p.m. A.M. TODAY OF AM A and sanded. Banff Radium Banff Jasper highways lave a trace of new snow, occasional slippery sections, sandi'd. Siiuw tiir" or chains '.ro rrijuirrd when travelling iirough the K og or s Pass, Banff Jasper highway and on Banff National Park ski access roads. g anil Closing Couits n. MST; Del Ronita !l a.m. 1) to r> p.m.; Kingsgalo, B.C., ?4 iii nighi. Chief Mountain closed, nn closed.