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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 TH8 IETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, Oclolier song VOUK (Keutert A nev: m cancer research is onpmnu tip in laboratories j sn-ouiul the hunt for' the eUisivp SdotitisLs are not al all cei1- tain there are such things as chalonos pronounced kay-lone although most admit there sliorld lie something like them in living colls, irnpnrinnt fhmg i> llutl if cMones rrn be found if migM be possible to cure all form1; of cancers PC rum s and wmiH not even b" nccr-frtP.' to fim! the of I rolls divide very lowly if n! all. The process of j division, or1 reproduction, is called milnsis. Somelimc--, however, cell- co reproducing madly. Tliat is cancer. The obvious question Is ivhy most cells never go out of control. Koine scientists now believe there is something in the cell that inhibits mitosis. They call it a cbalone, a Greek nautical word meaning to "slack off." Rescarc h h as i ndicated a chalone from ttie liver of a piR could he used to slop mitosis in a human liver cell. It is possible that a serum could be obtained from animals that could slop specific cancer growth in humans just ns Imrsc scrum has been used to figlif tetanus. Tlanning for change' main principal's role CONFRONTATION Prime Minister Trudeau surrounded Friday in Portage la Prairie, Man., by Cana- dian Postal Union workers picketing over re-classification of their jobs. (CP ewis, Stanfield playing regional game says Trudeau Crate of eggs opens door lo premier EDMONTON (CP) A 13' dozen crate of eggs was de livered to the office of Premier Peter Loughced Thursday by a farmer opposing the Alberta and F o w 1 Marketing Board. The farmer, Rlieingold Roth' enburger, 53, said he has been protesting for two years against a marketing board rul- ing that he must pay a two-cenl licencing fee on every dozen eggs he sells. Harold Millican. executive as- sistant to Premier Lpugheed, said the government will inves- tigate his complaints within week. I Mr. Kothenburgcr, who lias 1 4.000 chickens, had his egg quota revoked a year ago and By THE CANADIAN PRESS Prime Minister Truiieau and Conservative Leader Robert Stanfiled were both o u t .swinging Friday, breathing a little fire into a so-far quiet 30 federal election cam- paign. Both hit out at the other s policies, or lack of (hem. Mr. Trudeau also had hard words for New Democrat Leac'er Da- vid Lc'.is. Mr. Lewis, meanwhile, recip- rocated with criticism of Liber- als and Conservatives as well as corporations. The prime minister, on a Western tour, said neither Mr. nor Mr. Lewis are talking of things that should concern Canadians across the country, implying they are play- ing a regional game as they seek votes. em'Ontario, said Liberals are telling an outright He about em- ployment and publication of a gard our goals and our plat- forms as national issues, as na- tional commitments. We will They presented no programs for Conservative or NDP gov- ernments, he said. Mr. Stanlield, touring south- report that takes a gloomy look i not give them varying inter- at job opportunities in manu-' facUiring is being held up. His aides sairt Phase III of the Conservative campaign, during which Mr. Stanfield will emphasize "positive programs" for n Conservative government will start next week. TJKSTKOY AGRICULTURE Mr. Lewis, on the Prairies. said Liberal and Conservative policies, coupled with the men- tality of bureaucrats, will de- stroy agriculture uniess farm- ers 'demand that rural lite be preserved. Social Credit Leader Tteal Caouette, in the Marilimes, said Canadians should borrow from the Bank of Canada, rather than foreign powers, for development. Mr. Trudeau had the same message in Portage la Prairie, Man., and Edmonton: "We re- Campaign charge answered prelations, or paint them in valuing colors, from one region to another. A re-elected Liberal govern-! ment would rot be burdened with commitments to rich prov- inces or to the "premier of On- tario in return for his support in a desperate cause." Ontario Premier Davis Is working for Mr. Stanfield's election. Mr. Trudeau said Mr. Lewis cannot even lead his own party, which is splinter ed. on the ques- tion of economic nationalism. The parly was afraid of losing votes if it enunciated a policy on Quebec's place in Con- federation. While Mr. Lewis was allackmr; corporate wel- fare bums. NDP Premier Ed Schreyer o[ Manitoba was ask- ing more federal support for in- dustry in his province. SHAWINIGAN, Que. (CP) Jean Chretien. Indian affairs and northern development min- ister, said Friday a story in a Toronto newspaper that lie is using a Canadian government booklet as campaign material is not correct. The Globe and Mail said In- day the booklet beinp dis- tributed is a 72-page collection of color pictures of nationa parks, (or which the minister has responsibihty. The newspaper said it cost the taxpayer S2 a copy and it quoted a Liberal worker here as saying they can be picked up in Mr. Chretien's committee rooms and are handed out at kitchen parties. Mr. Chretien said the booklet, called Special Places: Canada's National Parks, printed by his department for distribution to agencies and individuals ask- ing (or information on parks. HT RON Herald Slaft Writer BANFF A good principal is one who can make innova- tions work successfully, Dr. Erwin Miklos, of the Univer- sity of Alberta said here Fri- day. is room for just so many innovators. The era of the innovating principal is go- ing out and good administra- tion is coming Dr. Miklos said. The main role of principals be that of planner with a special emphasis on planning (or change. "They can't get into any worse mess trying to plan than if they don't he said. Ken' Sauer. principal of the Lethbridgc Collegiate Institute, acting as reactor said one ol the problems for principals is to wade through the hwcawa- .c paperwork lo [iml lime for planning. He said (here's pressure (he principal from all sides who want to become involved in the decision making." "If we don't plan, someom else will move in and do it fo us." said Mr. Sauer. Dr. Robert Brj'ce, asso ciate professor in the depar ment of education at the Un' versity of Alberta, told dele gates to the convention tha there should be more emphasi on the task force method o immifcrcs in permanent post- ons. In other news. Lou Hyndman, jinister of education in Al- jerta, told 600 delegates llmt e has seen four important rends in education. Greater public involvement, udgoling antl'finance changes, letter coimrmnic a t i ons be- ween the professional ciluca- or and the average citizen, nd a move by adults to return o education, were cited by the minister as significant changes n Hie education horizon. We arc going to see greater 'Ublic involvement in setting directions for education, be said. Mr. Hyndman said the 'act that the Worth Commis- phasn out old ovitdalrd ones lo make room (or Ihe new ones within the present budget, rather than just adding tlio new programs on to the old ones." Commenting on Ihe improved quality of communication be- tween professional educators and citizens, Mr. Hyndman said par! of the reason for the public backlash against educa- tion has been that the public doesn't always unders land what educators are talking about. Educationists have been talking over the heads of tha he said. "They can't support what they don't under stand. They'll support many sion Report lias abeariy sold things if they u nderstand what copies indicates the put) iic wants lo become involved. In budgeting and finance, the minister said there has been a new emphasis on adding pvo- ;rams to nresonl curriculums. "With Ihe financial realties facing government, when want neur programs we have So you're talking alwut." The minister said emphasis on adult education, In the next three or four years, will be one of the greatest new areas of education in Canada. mav not he able lo keep up with the number of adults coming back to school." Joliimy Carson extortion plot alleged by Los Angeles police solving problems. He said that special commit- tees should be formed to solve p-oblems as they arise and be disbanded when the problem is solved rather than having a prep o n derance of standing Soccer results Person-to-person education lauded LONDON (CP) Saturday's Old Country soccer results: ENGLISH I.EAGUr Division 'I _t_________ t- ___ __o ___' Arsenal 1 Ipswich 0 ilis'r'egular timers'were told not! Chelsea 3 West Brom I to buy eggs from Mm. He said, Coventry 3 Man City 2 he refuses to pay the fee "be-! Derby 2 Leicester I cause I. as a p r o d u c e Evert on I 2 shouldn't have to pay to sell my product." He lias been selling eggs "on the black market" since his li- cence was lifted. The marketing hoard said Mr. Hothenburger owes about in back fees. CHINOOK PENSIONERS AND SENIOR CITIZENS lAQIcS AUXILIARY ANNUAL HALLOWE'EN TEA and BAZAAR SAT., OCT. 28 p.m. CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE Fonrvv'rjrV, Horn; Bakinci, Whim Elephant, Chriitmns -Shonprr TEA TICKETS 50t Doot Prize 510.00 EVERYONE WELCOME Man United 1 Birmingham 0 Norwich 2 Tottenham Southampton 1 Liverpool 1 Stoke 2 Newcastle 0 West ilam 3 Sheffield U Wolverhampton 1 Crystal P 1 Division Aston Villa 0 Queen's PR I Blackpool 2 Oxford 1 Permission needed MANILA (AP) Permanent foreign residents of the Philip- j pines cannot leave the country without clearance from the cle- fence department, an yule of Frrdinnivl Marco; j ciiihipham 1 Reading n anounced here. Bristol C I Notts F 1 Cardiff 2 Middlesbrough 0 Carlisle 2 Fulham 1 Huddersfield 0 Brighton 2 Hull 5 Portsmouth t Mihvall 2 Orient 0 i Sheffield W 0 Burnley 1 j Sunderland 0 Luton 2 Sv.indon 3 Preston 2 j Division III Blackburn 0 Port Vale 1 1 Rolton 0 Scunthorpe 0 Brentford 2 Wai salt 0 Grimsby C Charlton 2 Notts C 0 Bournemouth 2 Oldham 2 Wrexham 2 Plvmouth 3 Swansea 1 Rctherham 1 Bristol R 1 Shrewsbury 3 Rochdale 2 Watford I'SoulhcncI 0 York 2 Chesterfield 0 Division IV Aklershot 2 Bury 0 Bradford 1 Mansfield 1 Chester 2 Lincoln 1 Darlington 2 Newport 3 Ivxrfcr 1 Hereford n By TION CAI-DWELTj "We attempt to gain rapport Education Reporter BANFF A student-center- ed, person-to-person, education pvactical and workable Marcos j HsrHepools t Cre'.ve t the ban during the fourth week Northampton 1 Barnsley J i of martial law to prevent Peterborough 3 Doncasier t tain alien residents "sympalh- j etic to the subversive cause from flying the the aide said. RELIANCE AGENCIES 822 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-1116 MULTIPLE LISTING. SERVICE EXCLUSIVE EXECUTIVE RESIDENCE SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division 1 Aberdeen 2 Falkirk 2 Dumbarton 2 Dundee 2 Dundee 0 3 Hearts 2 F.ast Fife 2 Ayr 2 Eiiberniiin 5 '2 KilmariKJCu 1 St. Jo'in.slone -I Arbroath 1 Motherwoll 0 Hangers 2 Patrick 0 Celtic 4 Division II Aihion 0 Berwick 2 Clyde 3 Itailli d Cowdenbealh 3 Queen's Pk 0 K Stirling 2 Klranracr 2 Foriar 1 St. Mirrcn 2 Montra'ie 1 CIvdcbank 3 Queen of S 3 Alloa I Sk-nhoac.crmtir n Hamilton 2 Stirling 3 P.rechin 0 IHISH LEAGUE I Mr-r Cifji Pingor 1 JiailynKiia 0 rusader.s Ards 2 (jlcnavon 1 Colcraine Glcnloran T> Cliflonville 3 I.infield I Distiller.' j and totally different than tra- Ulitional education, Dr. Robert i I.owery, principal of Bishop j Carroll High School at Calgary, i said here Friday. I Dr. Lowery told delegates to the Western Canada Education- ists' Conference that compo- nents of a pevson-centred edu- cation have been used for many years but few schools have put them all together inlo one workable unit such as has been done at Bishop Can-oil. "We have order without regi- mentation, teachers who dare and sfiidrnts who have a feel of worthwhiler-oss and be- he .said. This has resulted from com- bining educational Innovations differentiated staffing, con- tinuous rvogrcxs and other sim- ilar developments. with each student, lo make each one feel they are part of a person-centred said Dr. Lowery. fostering an almo- I pipcliiu'.s on iirtl VANCOUVER (CP) Busi- ness in British Columbia reac- ted cautiously Friday after the initial .shock of Premier Dave Barrett's annrnuiccment that several major companies were in line for a government takeo- ver. Af a riows conference Thurs- day in Victoria, the New Demo- cratic Patty premier, elected no. re-asserlcd his party's policy nf taking over the B.C. Telephone Co.. and indicated tun gas pipeline companies be turned mto corporalicrn.s. sphere w here each person learns as an individual." All students involved in nine basic subject areas hut. the amount of time spent in each one varies with the student. One student may have a par- ticular interest in a certain area and will want lo go inlo it more deeply. Tire facilities and resources are available to meet the needs of that one individual student. I "We stress independent study.; Any student may learn well beyond what Is compulsory and be can learn at his own speed." lowery said he feels Hie majority of fltudenl.s are willing and able fo assume responsibil- ity for their own education. Lowell Williams, executive director of the Alberta School Trustees Association, in agree- ing to Dr. Lowcry's presenta- tion, said he susriects that this type of school will develop "a different type of porson mo-c responsible, creative and self reliant." Tourist- campaign approved Lethbridge County 26 council recently gave its approval to the development of a S30.0CO tourist campground by Allan A. Collins of Lethbridge. Holiday Park Campgrounds Ltd. will be located one-half a nu'le cast and one-half a miie soutli of (lie drive-in theatre. The location Is well treed and has close and easy access to Highways 3, 4 and 5. A completely modem I5-acre campground is planned, with various forms of recreation and entertainment for the holl daying public. It will be a real boon (o the tourist industry, said Mr. Collins. "Many tourists who would otherwise have nowhere to stay because of lack of accommoda- tion, may now stay and enjoy our community. "Everyone benefits by the money spent in our community by these he said. It will be an over-night trail- er and tenting area. LOS ANGELES (AP) Three persons have been ar- rested in connection with an at- tempt to exto-t "a large amount" of money from tele- vision entertainer Johnny Car- son, police said today. Police said throats against! Carson and Ms family were i made in a note found on Car- son's property lasl Monday, bul they refused to give many de- tails of the Incident. The nole demanded a sum of money and said Ihe lives of Carson and his family would in dangf it were not paid, police s- Authorities said without ela- boration I hat an imdis closed amount of money was dropped "from the Carson vehicle" and that the money allegedly was found on one of the persons ar- rested. Booked !or Investigation of extortion were Richard Culkin, ,12, of North Hollywood: his wife, Lina Marie. 21: and Rich- ard Dziabacinski, 26, of Sun Valley, Calif. Tliev were arrested Friday suburban Van Nuys, police said. Carson said he had been acf- vised by police not lo comment on the case. Wenlher rmrl road report SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET If 46 50 Wife irouMe caused slory of kidnapping CALGARY fCF) James Edward Colley. 22, of Vancouv- er pleaded guilty in provincial court Friday 'o a charge of public mischief and was fined Judge L. A. Justason gave him tun weeks to pay with the alternative of [breo months in jail. Defence counsel Altxut Lud- said it was in "a moment of human frailily" ihat Colley Lcllibridge Medicine Hat Pincher Creek Calgary Ed-monton...... Banff.......... Coronation Grande Prairie Rocky Mtn. House Penticton Victoria Prince George Kamloops...... Vancouver Prince Albert North Battlcford Saskatoon Moose Jaw...... Regina......... Toronto......... Montreal....... Quebec......... Rome.......... London.......... 55 Brussels........ 57 Madrid Stockholm....... 50 I. I'rr 25 .02 13 25 .11 2! .00 17 21 .05 211 2-i 25 .02 S3 45 20 30 40 26 21 winds near Lows 25 to 30. FORECASTS LetliTiriclge Sunny today. fnr ninrning clolttliiirss npar lln> mountains. Highs in the rrml-fiOs. Ptinn.v Sundnv. fiiisly west mountains. iiigiis no to Calgary Sunny and warm- er today and Sunday. Winds W15 and gusty on Sunday. High today near 55. Lows near 30. Highs Sunday 60 to 65. Medicine Hat Sunny and warmer today and Sunday. Highs today in the mid-505. 25 to 30. Higlis Sunday in 1 the mid-liOs. Columbia, Kootcnay To- day and Sunday, sunny, highs both days near 60 except 50 to 55 Columhia-Kootenay region. Lows 23 to 35. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Occasional rain or snow south, a few showers north diminish- ing this afternoon. Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday. Warmer Sunday. Highs today 35 to 45. tonight 20s and low 30s. Highs Sunday mostly 50s. West of Continental Divide Partly cloudy today, tonight and Sunday with widely scatter- ed showers and the chance of i s o latetl thunriershowers south tot'oy and tonight. Warmer Sunday. Highs today 45 tn 55. Lows tonight 30s. Highs Sunday "Tho most important tliina in i p0ijce been robbed whole process is no longer Ihe leachcr. The teacher is not Ihe centre of activity." "The quality of learning ma- lerials and information is the most important element and the human clement is right that." Bishop Carroll, in the Cal- gary' .separate school system, is participating in the Model Schools Project, initiated three yciir.s ago by the National As- sociation of Secondary School Principals. and kidnapped. Collcy was strain be- cause of ''a series of serious differences with his Mr. Ludwig raid, and may have momentarily "gone off the deep end" when he committed the offence. The crown said Colley enter- ed polite headquarters about 2 a.m. Thursday and said he hart robbed in Vancouver last Friday and forced at knife-point by two men to drive to Cal- gary over a period of five days. F.c i I f b r sun o'ccV cfl rr.ssfc landscop'-d. and all drapci included in prict-. Call bedroom built n i of ihn JERRY 7EZULKA 328-0193 ELIZABETH DE AR'AOND 328-3673 LEO PRUEGGtR 321-4961 KEN P.RANCH 337.1763 VERNA COUm LETHBRIDGE BUDDHIST CHURCH CHOW MEIN SUPPER and BAZAAR SUNDAY., OCT. 22nd 3 to 7 P.M. 1 iO n Norlli S'-50 prr plate TAKTOIJT AVAIIABir Out of Respect To the Lato Francis M. WE WIIL EE CLOSED All DAY MONDAY, OCT. 16 NU MODE REALTY and NU MODE HOMES LTD. 16" YEAR-END SPECIAL Cultivator Shovels ir....... CHISELS THESE ARE UNITED SHOVELS AND FUUY GUARANTEED GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coults Highway Phono 328.15-11 OFFICIAL AS (JF TODAY COL'KTESY OF All highways in the Lcth- bridgc area are bare and dry and in good driving condition. Highway :i, west in the I'ass area has a few icy sections, sanded. Highway 1, Trans Canada Calgary lo Goldei; has some slippery sections, hul otherwise in good driving con- dition. Golden to Rcvclsloko ii in gowl driving condition. Pass closed. PORTS OP ENTRY rOpenin" and Closing Contls 2-1 hours: Cavvny 7 a.m. lo !u p.m.; Dei liuuila II a.m. to fi p.m.; I Koosevillr. li.C, a.m. (o p.rn Kingsg.ile. hours; j IVirtiiilt R a in in mirlnighl, (lur-f Mounlam closed; j WUdborsir, 8 a.m. In S pm, ;