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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta GOING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS? Book now and avoid disappointment For further details and reservations contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 326-3201 or 328-8184 The Lcthbridgc Herald SKCOND SECTION Lclhbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, October 5, 1971 PAGES 9 Tn 20 Good Luck to all Contestants! PEMEMBER You're A Winner With fROMERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive. Ph. 328-7751 Teaching changes needed Education must be like the willow in the winds of social change it must he '.rilling and able to adapt to new ideas and put them into force. To stand with oak like resis- tance to change would have ser- ious implications For the future of education. That was the message deliv- ered by Dr. Steven Hencley, dean of the graduate school of education at the University of Utah, to the annual meeting of the Southwestern Alberta Re- gional Council on School Ad- ministration in Lethbridge Mon- day night. "I am concerned thai educa- tion in this country, and in the world for that, matter, is en gulfed in Dr. Hencley said. "The social changes we are experiencing will have serious implications for education." Dr. Hencley said change can be brought about in three steps: unfreeze (lie existing situation, effect the change through peo- ple and refreezc into now stan- dard operating procedures. "Change is always risky, usu- ally uncomfortable, often pain- ful. It isn't accomplished by apathetic men and women. It requires high motivation to break through the rigidities of Ihc aging said Dr. Hencley. He said those who are in a posilion to bring about change must be as talented and as knowledgeable as possible. They must recognize the need for change and possess the ability to make the change. "Because of the fufurc we face, it is imperative that we know what changes must Dr. Hencley .said. Council begs decision Shop hours bylaw still city spectre SURE SIGN OF FALL Today's heat may be deceiv- ing but all those leaves on the ground are a sure sign of fall. Here, Cheryl Whitney and neighbor Peter De Boer take full advontage of the crackling fallen leaves. Adults, Finlay Photo for some reason don't seem to enjoy the leaves as much 'as the children. It took 10 plaslic garbage bags to clean the leaves out of this Ihere'll be more to come. Trees just don't want to disrobe all at the same lime. City teachers voting on final conciliation award liv be nnx CAUJWKU., Staff Public schools forum By KICHAltl) HUIiKK Staff Writer Lethbridge is still without a new shopping hours bylaw, and i will continue to be until a new city council is elected. City council Monday direct-' ed the city solicitor to draft certain amendments to tiie ex- isting closing of shops bylaw with reference (o the definition of businesses to be included in the bylaw. As it stands, the hours lor closing as specified in the by- law will remain as they have been. A rather circular discussion preceded the action with each alderman and the mayor re- stating many of the problems which caused the bylaw lo come under council's scrutiny. The prime concern was that the present bylaw is being vio- lated frequently because of the i j nebulous definilion in the by-' i law of such businesses as con- fectioneries, drug stores, ser- vice stations and builders' sup-. plies retailers. To facilitate enforcement of the bylaw, council suggested a strict" definition of confection- eries be established, perhaps based on an undetermined j maximum floor area footage, j Alderman Vaughan Hem- broff said he felt council has in mind Ihe corner grocery store concept and that the bylaw should not allow such stores to expand to the stature of a su- permarket, which has explicit censed exclusively or partially for the purposes of selling pe- troleum products and automo- bile accessories. The .stipula- tion was made that a service station may or may mil have gasoline pumps, which includes service garages in the classih- calion. The effect of the definition is stations would be allow- ed to stay open with no restric- tion of hours. The same would apply to drug stores, the hours of which cannot be regulated according lo the Municipal Act. There is a qualification in that acl. however, that covers only the sale of patent medi- cines, prescription drug.s, to- bacco and smoker's acces- sories, publications and confec- The eiiy bylaw, then, would make it illegal for a drug store lo sell products after regular closing hours which arc not included in the acl. After acknowledging a nc'.i- lion signed by lit local bar- bers, council recommended maintaining the existing hours the barber shops can remain open. The petitioning barbers had requested hours of a.m Appeal total: tu fi p.m. Tuesday tlirminh Sat- urday with Sunday and Monday closed. The bylaw allows them In remain open until p.m. Thursday and Friday evening There "was some concern ex- pressed by Aid. Jim Anderson. Vaughan Hembroff and Steve Kolcb that the wisnc.s lit the consumers be considered. Aid. Kotch and llembroff agreed that Ihe consumers should be able to make a pur- chase whenever they want and would rather have seen the by- law thrown out. They went along with council, however, to give a revised bylaw a chance I to work. Aid. Chick ChichcMer said the bylaw would work if lite merchants assumed the respon- sibility of policing (hem-elves rather than expecting the po- lice department lo do ii. The merchants requested a bylaw to protect themselves, he said, so they should see. thai if is enforced. Alderman Camin said (In- imlrpvmlrlil niri- chants, who had miurstrd Monday closing with day afternoons open, havp i conceded Ilial perhaps Mnn- days shouldn't he closed. However, the question of: hours will not be discussed un- til there is a public hearing on (he revised bylaw. When that takes place, there will be a new cily council. Puddin Head comiii' Committees to handle the my- riad details for the production .Puddin' Head the First have been set up by mothers of the members of Southminster Jun- ior Girls' Choir. Tile choir's annual operetta goes on stage at the Yates Memorial Centre Oct. 23 and 24 this year. Choir director is Anne Camp- bell. Mrs. Pat Wright is pian- ist. Approximately I) It teachers in Lcthbridge and Medicine Hat will vote this week on a conciliation board report on their lengthy contract dispute lk with the Alberta School Trus- tees' Association. Teachers ill Medicine Hat will vote Wednesday and Leth- bridge teachers will cast their ballots Thursday. The four school boards in the two dis- tricts will vole on the report Wednesday. i Balc Bruinmill of 906 18th Rejection of the report by ci- St. N. was treated for minor tor 'side could mean a strike injuries and released from hos- i pilal following a car panel However. Joe Berlando. co- truck collision at Ihe intersec- ordinalor of teacher welfare for lion of 13th SI. and 6th Ave. the Alberta Teachers' Associa- shortly before 4 p.m. Monday, lion said, lion would the report be rejected." year, Mr. Berlando said he still After the voting is completed feels (here could be mediation on Thursday, the ballots will be if the report is rejected. taken to Calgary and counted. _ _ "If the teachers and school Results should be known Fn- j iic scnooi in the Oct. 13 The confectioneries arc al- boards reject the report for the i day morning. civic election will outline their ]0wed to stay open unlimited same reasons, then we obvious- Details of the conciliation 1 campaign platforms during a ]lours under "the bylaw, still have some points that board's report will not be re- meeting of the Lcthbridge leased until the results of the Home and School Council to- voting are known. night. Meanwhile, 850 teachers in I Each candidate will have ap- eight school districts north and proximately three minutes to Injuries in car acciclenl The eight candidates for pub- nour restrictions in the bylaw. Council defined service sta- tions as those operations li- west of Edmonton have an- nounced they will go on strike at noon Friday unless a settle- state his platform. The au- dience will have an opportun- ity to fire questions at the can- inent is reached. didates following their plat- The teachers are demanding form speeches, a consultation clause be in-! The meeting will be held in eluded in their contract. the auditorium of Hamilton Ju- Approximately 1.400 teachers nior High School starting at Tolal contributions lo dale for Ihc 1971 Untied Appeal a re S30.255. The Appeal's commitment ibis year is SI CUFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB tower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 327-2822 Candies for scdc A door-to-door Halloween candy blitz currently under w in rural school districts south p.m. The public is invited to at-1 jnc Lakeriew Lions Club of Calgary are seeking a sim- tend. ilar clause. They have voted 88 We assume media- The driver of the car. Frank j per cent in favor of taking a take place should Thomas of Picture Butte, was j strike vote to back their de-' not injured. mands. Frank Ackerman, Alberta on since last'tailed Teachers' Association repre- The accident caused a traffic scntative, said he has applied Time to forget the common ploce COME TO JORDANS and Share The Touch of Genius in CARPET FASHIONS. Despite the fact negotiations j Damage to both vehicles to- have been going snarl which lasted for nearly a half hour. For a brief period westbound drivers were directed lo enter Ihe eastbound lane of 6th Ave. S'. and cross back (o the proper lane further down the street. A magnificent new broadloom inspir ed by Jordan; crafted by Bige low lo ignite your i m a g f n a t i on w i t h the scope and sweep of those who shape our life of today Fed the tempo of a thrilling new or interplay of light and lustre, the wu robust shimmering glistening Dupont in gay profusion. Du Pont Carpec Nylon took for this label on carpets for the 70's. Lasting Beauty easy care. carpel slylmrj lite rdry of colour, the ylon yarns tumbled We have Carpets for Everyone! USE JORDANS CONVENIENT BUDGET PLANS NO DOWN PAYMENTI DOWNTOWN nt 315 6th Street South Out of town rosiclonls mciy phone 327-1103 Collect for Service Right in their Own Home! to the Board of Industrial Re- Advance poll tins week lations which will set a date for tiie vote. Mr. Ackerman said Those city residents on the ex-: voters list who think they'll be Mr. Ackerman said he ex- i voters list who think tney 11 De pects to receive word from the out of town on Oct. 13. election ]e, j board before the end of this day, or are physically handicap-j (h The Partners of Williams, Tanner, Bell, Gerla and Co. and Thorite, Gunn, Helliwell and Christenson announce the merger of their practises as of Oct. 1, 1971, to be carried on under the name of pod so that it would be difficult j for them to vote at a regular polling booth are asked to cast their ballots at an advance poll i at city hall. 1 The poll will be open from 2 to 8 p.m. this week, on Thursday, Friday and Satur- i day. met with almost '10 per cent of its quota of 2.500 bags of candy on the first day of the three- day canvass. Canvassers sold 950 bags of caramels at a dollar per bag. All profits from the bliU. which continues today and Wed- nesday, will go towards Lions- sponsored community better- ment projects. The club asks residents to their porch lights on for the safety of its canvassers. CAM for COUNC! Re-elect CAM on Oct. 13 Presently an alderman on CHy Council Vitally interested in the well being of all citizens of Lethbridge Has successfully owned and oper- ated own shoo business in Lethbridge for the past 20 years. Involved in Community Service Work. VOTE BARNES, J. Cam. IX Inserted by CAM BARNES ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Dmtol Mothonic M.rropolitcm Blfe. 328-4095 Thome, Gunn, Helliwell Christenson CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS 207 Canada Trust Bldg. Phone 327-8511 With offices in centres across Canada THE NEW "LOOK" from MAX FACTOR MAX FACTOR whips L-.p creamy souffle eye shadow in tinw smoky glimmer and glow shades for a sultry, smouldering look lasts longer stays smoother outshines all others. Comes in Eight Beautiful Colors. Clearly Lavender Clearly Plum Clearly Blue Clearly Pink Clearly Aqua Clearly Mushroom Clearly Celery Clearly Beige NOW ONLY...................2.50 "WHERE SAIES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE" McCREADY-BAlNES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. 5. Phone 327-3555 a BIRTHDAY or ANNIVERSARY in the FAMILY or with FRIENDS will LONG be REMEMBERED by DINING at [ROSEN'S! Special Children's Menu Complimentary Cake "YOU'tt NEVER KNOW HOW ENJOYABIE YOUR PARTY CAN Wo invite applications for one full and two part time Food Service Hostesses (3 to 4 evenings per week) who will enjoy the challenge of serving quality, well prepared foods to our very fine Dining Public. Please phono John Wichers at 328-7756 for interview apointment. 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