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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD Tuesdoy, October 12, 1971 Voting tomorrow in civic election (Lfisl election for three years) The polls open at 10 a.m. Wednesday a n (I Lrthbridiw voters will decide sometime before 8 p.m. whom they want to S.: the south side of 9lh Ave. S. to the north side 12th Ave. S. from the east side of 20th St. to the west side of Mayor Ma- represent them for the next: grath Drive. three years on city Sea Cadet Ship, 10th Ave. S.: public school board, _ separate tne Of gth Ave. to the school board and Hospital hoard Municipal north side of 12th Ave. S. from Uie east side of 13th St. to the For the last civic election, in west side of 20th St. S. 3969, roughly one-third of the a w d e n School, eligible voters turned out Avc st g. elect representatives lo about: sjde of 7th Ave ,0 lhc half the civic- seals. j mdh sjde of loth Ave s from This year, however. aU scats he sjde of st to lhe are vacant except those for the; the south 5Jfie of 9th acclaimed Auxiliary Hospital from SL to cou. board. Hopefully, that fac will ]eef east sjdc of SL stimulate more of the 17984 yth Aye (0 9th Ave s registered voters to go to thei I College Mercury, 6th Ave. Following is a list of the and 6th st- s-: the south side polling stations, with the ad- i of. Ole .I101'111 dresses and boundaries of the respective polling divisions. Westminster School, 5th Ave. and 18th St. N.: the north side of 1st Ave. S. to the south side of 7th Ave. N. from the east side of 16th St. N. to the east citv limits. Torn Ferguson Vaughan Hembroff Hal Hoffman Dwight Jensen Bill Kcrgan Steve KoteJi Norm Leclaire IVap Milroy Singer For public school board, eight candidates to fill seven vacancies: Dorothy Beckel Bill Brown Doug Card Carl Johnson Dr. Doug McPherson Alastair Mont Reg Turner Wright Electors voting for separate and 8th St. S.: the south side; of 10th Ave. to the coulees from the west side of 13th St. to the coulees. Agnes Davidson School, 22nd Ave. and 20th St. S.: the south side of 12th Ave. to the south city limit from the west side of 20th St. to the east side of 13th St. S. Rainbow Hall, 1403 5th Ave. N :.the north side of 1st Ave. S. to the south side of 6th Ave. N. from the west side of 16th St. N. to the coulees; the south side of 7th Ave. N. from 16th St. N. to 13lh St. N.: the east side of 13th St. N. from 6th Ave. to 7th Ave. N. Buchanan 7th Ave. and llth St. N.: north side of 6th Ave. N. to south side of 9th i .........._, ._.........D_, Ave. N. from the west side of; west campus: all electors in- Assumption School, 13th Ave and 22nd St. S.: the south side limit from the east side of 20th St. S. to the west side of Mayor Magrath Drive. U n i v e r sity of Lefhforidge, offices: John Boras Ron FabM Paul Matisz Jock Mulgrew Franklin Peta Eric Schill E. S. Vaselenak For the Municipal Hospital Board, select four from the list 13th St. west to the coulees. Galbrailh School, 8th Ave. and 18th SI. X.: the north side of 7th Ave. N. to north city of five candidates: Dick Bateman Don LeBaron of 12th Ave. to the south city j Bill Skelton Elaine Thacker Stan Verlinden Mr. Thacker and Mr. Verlin- den are also the members of the Auxiliary Hospital Board by acclamation. Voters are reminded they need not necessarily vote for eluded witliin the West Leth- bridge boundaries. There is a total of 37 candi-, dates running for electio-i to 25 i the full number of seats re- limit from the east side of 13th! offices. quired by each board or coun- St. N. to east city limit. For mayor: Andy Anderson; j til. For example, votes can be St. Paul's School, 10th Ave. Gregory Hales. i cast for any number of alder- and 12lh St. B N.: the north For aldermen. 15 candidates men up to eight. However, if lo fill eight offices: more than eight Xs are mark- Bill Baker ed beside the council slate, the Camm Barnes ballot is spoiled. Ed Bastedo j Polling clerks and deputy re- Chick Chichester turning officers will vote at the side of 9th Ave. N. to north city limit from the west side of 13th St. to the coulees. Public Library. 3rd Ave. and 6th St. S.: the south side of 1st Ave. S. to the north side of 6th Ave. S. from the west side of 7th St. S. to the coulees. Yatcs Memorial Centre, 4Ul Ave. and 10th St. S.: the south side of 1st Ave. S. to the north side of 7th Ave. S. from the east side of 7th St. to the west side of 13th St. S. Hamilton Junior High School, 4th Ave. and 15th St. S.: thej south side of 1st Ave. S. to the I north side of 9th Ave. S. from the east side of 13th St. to the west side of 18th St. S. W.atsou School, 6th Ave. and 21st St. S.: the south side of: 1st Ave. S. to the north side of j 9th Ave. S. from the east side of 18th St. to the west side of 25th St. S. Stewart School, Corvette Crescent: the south side of 1st Ave. S. to the north side of South Parkside Drive from the east side of 25th St. S. to the east city limit. Lalieview School, 12th Ave. and 31st St. S.: the south side of South Parteide Drive to the south city limit from the east side of Mayor Magrath Drive to the east city limit. Gilbert Paterson Junior High School, 12th Ave. and 21st St. Tony Dimnik Vera Ferguson polling station where they are working. Are you comm; Instant Frist Copy Din. 7269 Third Ave. S. letnbridge This column is published every Monday to provide publicity for youth group meetings and outings. It is hoped the column will perform a dual purpose, as a reminder for members and an invitation for other youth to join in on the leisure time activities. All notices should be ad- dressed to Are You Comin'? The Herald, Lethbridge, no later than Thursday preced- ing the week of the event. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 13 pm.: No. 11 Squadron R. C. (Air) Cadets parade will be held at the 20th Field Eat- ery Building, Kenyon Field. Transportation will be pro- vided by military transport, starling at 5th Ave. and 13th St. N. For information phone Lt. Bullied at 327-1116 days or 328-6759 evenings. THURSDAY, Oct. 14 p.m.: members of the Leth- bridge army cadets will pa- rade in the city ac- cording to training orders is- sued by Capt. N. E. Price. There are openings in the ranks for boys 13-18 years old. SATURDAY, Oct. 16 a.m.: No. 50 Ndvy League Cadet Corps parade will be held, due to cancellation of Oct. 13 parade. Recruitment of boys 11 to 13 years of age at the Saturday parade. For further information contact Chaplain Field, St. Michael's General Hospital. Canadian geographer will speak at UofL tlih week A noted Canadian geographer and recipient of this year's Massey Medal will speak at the University of Lethbridge next 1 Thursday and Friday. Professor J. Lewis Robinson 100 Copies 53.30 plus tax of the University of British VOTE KERGAN, W. L. (Bill) X FOR CITY COUNCIL WED., OCT. 13th 1 Native Son 60 years resident of lethbridge. Retired after 35 years public service in City Administra- tion. Elect a candidate who is interested in the growth and fu- ture of Lethbridge. No outside vested in- be im- partial on all ters relating to City Council and in tax- payers' interests. Dedicated to good government. ELECT BILL KERGAN Iniorted by BILL KERGAN, A CCA CANDIDATE Columbia faculty will be the second lecturer in the depart- ment of geography's visiting lecturer series. Thursday night, Prof. Robin- son will deliver a public ad- dress on the resources of the Canadian north and on Friday he will hold an informal dis- cussion with students on the status of geography in Canada. Prof. Robinson, a native of Ontario, received the highest honor of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society this year when he was presented with thR Massey Medal. The award was endowed by former Governor-General Vin- cent Massey and was awarded to Prof. Robinson in March at a ceremony at the Government House in Ottawa by Roland Micliencr, Canada's present governor-general Prof. Robinson began his ca- reer when he became the first professional geographer to be employed by the federal gov- ernment. He did geographical field work in the Arctic and i organized regional geographical information on northern Can- ada. He has boon at the University of British Columbia since 1946. In the early 1950's he helped or- ganize lhc Canadian Association of Geographers aim in 1556 lie served as the association's president. ONE LAST FUNG? Take one warm day, a group of young people already received its first snowfall of the winter. If Ihe Indian summer con- and two trampolines and you have the right ingredients for celebrating tinues long enough, the trampoline artisls may jump their way right the passing of summer. This recent photo was taken after Lethbridge had into Christmas. Indian education antagonists debate at meeting By RUDY HAUGENEDER Staff Writer Reacting almost like fans at playoff football game, teach- ers attending the final day of he Alberta Indian Education Association convention in Leth- bridge heard two opposing Jews on Indian education dur- ng a panel discussion Friday. Meeting head on during the iiscussion were panelists Clive rinklater, a representative of he Indian Association of Alber- ta and Calgary Indian lawyer William Wuttunee. Mr. Linklater said more em- phasic should be placed on teaching Indian culture and the local Indian language at re- serve schools. Once a communication had been established between In- dian student and the teacher in the primary grades the univer- sal teaching methods could be I incorporated, thereby maintain- ing student interest. In contrast, Mr. Wuttunee ad- vocated a single education sys- tem for both Indian and white students. He charged white people have been "palsying" around with Indians, making too many concessions thereby and de- priving them of initiative to work on their own. The "buckskin and feather" culture of Indian people is out- I dated Mr. Wuttunee said. He said the federal and pro- vincial governments should work together to eliminate spe- cial concessions to Indians, in- cluding reserves, and assimu- late them into white society. Other minority ethnic groups I do not receive government con- cessions, and have retained I their culture while becoming i I productive citizens which he I claims, Indians, at present, are not. During t h e emotion-charged speech by Mr. Wuttunee. most white Indian reserve teachers loudly applauded various com- ments while some natives at- tending the conference sat silently. Mr. Linklater argued that In- dian culture was a fact, and tnat it always would exist con- trary to the implications by Mr. Wuttunee that it would fade. Due to the nature of the cul- tural differences, different teacliing techniques have to be incorporated to insure that In- dian children obtain a solid education, he said. R. N. Anderson, a professor of education at the University of Lethbridge expressed disap- pointment at the reaction of the teachers towards the speakers. "Education of a minority in majority culture is looking at a tough Mr. Anderson said. Expressing disappointment in the teachers for applauding when the speakers vented their emotions. Mr. Anderson said what is required is "more life and less heat." He said Ihe fundamental questions were avoided during the discussion. Activities start tonight for Kainai Cadet Corps The Kainai Cadet Corps No.j year is 40 cadets, which will 2384 (Land) on the Blood re- mean five officers be need- serve will resume activities for the 1971-72 year at the St. Mary's Indian School tonight at 7 p.m. Al Fontana, the cadets' corn- ed. The current is to train native officers to eventually manding officer, and Ray Many Chiefs, training officer say they take over completely. The officers have planned a varied program this year, to in- clude physical training, rifle shooting, mounhti drills, wire- are hopeful (be corps can be j less radio and bugle band ac- developed to become one of the tivities. j best in Alberta. if transportation is a problem The corps' allotment for the I it can be arranged by the corps, On Wed., Oct. 13th join Your neighbors and friends who are actively supporting LEO SINGER for Alderman Father N. leBel James Garrett Peter Snow Dave Cooper Delbert Patching Edward I. Rice Dave Lev B. W. McMorran Ron Peake Harry Gelfond Dean Gaughner Joe Green Thomas McKim Ross Held Art Dorigatti John McColl Jack Lnkie Dick Gray William Price Garry Kohn Carl Taylor Hy Davids Dr. Douglas McPherson Ira Flaa Dr. Ralph Johnson Gordon Schwartz Dr. Elmo Fletcher Don Roy Bill Bikman Harry Hudson les Wildman Dave Shector Tom Arnold Adam Walkingshaw Hy Caiman Dalton Draper Ludvik Pahulje Graham Watts Art Baxter Gordon Campbell Dr. Tom Welling Peter Hale Reed Ellison Mel Fengstacf louis Nits John Loewcn Nee Wong Walter Ortlieb Cliff Black William 'r'oon A. D. Palmer Mel Duda Kyoto Shigehiro Bill Varzari SUPPORT BITTER ADMINISTRATION BETTER TAX VALUE MORE INDUSTRY AND JOBS KEEPING OUR YOUNG PEOPLE IN LETHBRIDGE AN AGGRESSIVE, PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATE FOR CITY COUNCIL VOTE SINGER, Leo X for ALDERMAN a man who cares Inserted by the Leo Singer Campaign Committee ;