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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CALIFORNIA 16 DAYS-SEVERAL DEPARTURES S363.5O EACH (DOUBLE OCCUPANCY) For bookings and further information conlacl: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAU PHONE 328-3201 The lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, Oclober-18, 1972 J'AGES 17 TO 32 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-712) Now Arriving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FAIL EYE FASHIONS for 1973 RACHEL WALTEH don't like it DHIAN (SPERLING nice in the summer AGNES WILSON long, clear nights BRUCE RICKILLOP golfer's delight DEBBIE COLLIER doesn't affect me JOE MOK more work BEV HOWE tough at bedtime BILL FAV1ELLE prefers It What do you think of it? Daylight time generally favored by residents of city and district ANNE WICKEY some good, some bad ELAINE SUSSEY doesn't matter By RICHARD BURKE Herald Staff 'Writer It was a long lime coming, hut now that it's here, there are few gripes. Alberta was one of the last places in North America to slay on standard time through the spring and summer months. This year, however, farmers and film watchers, babies and businessmen throughout the is used little The new telephone informa-' lion, service of the Canadian Mental Health Association in Al- berta has received about 10 calls in its first month of opera- tion, Walter CMHA executive director says. Two-thirds of the calls were from people involved in mental health services and one-third from individuals who have per- sonal and family problems. The calls were received from Calgary, Red Deer, Ponoka, Grande Cache, Edson, Rimbey and Fort Macleod, he said. The "mentalphone" service was introduced Sept. 19 as part of an education program made possible with a grant from the provincial govern- ment. Zenith 06031, which Is loll free and can be called from any part of the province, is manned by professional menta! health workers of the CMHA's provin- cial and north-central regional headquarters in Edmonton. Mr. Coombs said the menial- phone service is available Mon- day through Friday during' of- fice hours in the first three months. After the three-month trial period, the CMHA will decide whether to continue the service on the present or extended ba- ils, or whether it should be cancelled and the funds allo- cated to it made available for other uses. COSTS "We have allocated for this he said. "Anoth Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6661 Traffic signals up in mouth Traffic signals are scheduled for iastallation at 6th Ave. and 9th St. S. within one month. A utilities department spokes man said work will start to- day on the removal of power poles along 9lh St. between 4th and 6lh Ave., preceding the underground Installation power lines leading to the traf fie signals. Poles on the four comers o the intersection to hold the traf fie lights were erected Monday Government Licensed Technician Repairs lo Radios, Television; and Tape SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5lh SI. S. Phono 328-4095 is being used to pub- sh a regular newsletter ant first edition will appear around Nov. 1." The other is dislribut- J to the various regional of ces in tlie province for their ducation and information pro- rams. Mr. Coombs said anyone who as any questions about menta ealth is invited to use the lentalphone in confidence. Pro- essionals and organizations in erested in providing menta lealth education should als ind it useful to call the num he said. "One of the reasons for pro 'iding this service was that W' elt people in many non-urbai joints did not have access t he information they required, ic said. SERVICES Mr. Coomb said the CMHA' provincial and north-central re Atonal headquarters has gcxx resource people and materia available on mental healtr iVhen assistance is needed, th nquirers will be directed to th learest place where help e obtained. The tilings you can ask abou Include: schizophrenia, lear ing disabilities, mental hosp tals, prevention, legislation, ci "1 rights, depression, suicidi and mental health careers. FIILKER Bill Favielle says he doesn't milk cows so it doesn't matter to him, although he leans a lit- tle toward the positive dde. People can do a little more work with the clock advanced 1 the Disney films, for example, an hour, and that's just what Joe Mok does. Two of the city's more charm- ing residents, Agnes Wilson and Annie Whitham, got into a min- or argument over daylight time. Agnes likes the "long, clear nights" which she says result from the time adjust- ment. Annie, who has lived here since 1913, says she has to get up too early now. Taber resident, Ted Wen- bourne, ignores the fact that we have been on daylight time for the past six months. He keeps his watch set on stand- re of sufficient length to allow wo to be shown without kecp- ng patrons out too late, he aid. Mr. Shackleford and Anne Vickcy are both convinced aylight time could be stopped ie beginning of October. As it is now, docks will be set back one hour at 2 a.m. M. 29. arc! time. Mr. who cautioned be "might be a hip- said (he sun comes up the same every day so there's no need for a time change. "Kick it he suggests. STANDARD TIME P.'.chel Walter, from the Raley Colony, says she doesn't like daylight time and doesn't even use it. She too stays on standard time the year around. A spokesman for the Grey- hound Bus Lines says affe" the initial adjustments passengers had to make, no problems were experienced with scheduling. Jack Lakie, manager of the Sick's Lethbridge Brewery, salt there were no problems will shift workers when the time was advanced 3rd no difficulties when standan time returns. A minor problem did occur a first in the city power plan when some midnight to 8 a.m shift workers wondered how they would be compensated fo the extra hour they had to wor the first day of daylight time They work an hour less th day time becomes standari again. MOVIE PROBLEMS A. W. Shackleford, owner of the Green Acres Drive-in, says daylight time disrupted the drive-in operation only during July, when films could not be put on the screen until after 10 He adjusted to the situa- tion by running shorter fea- tures that month, "but not in- ferior quality films." Many of WENBOUHNE nothing but 1 1'IERZCHALLA warmer for bedtime ''Hearing' problems in school A teacher with a hard of-, tearing student in the class! ihould take extra care to make certain this one child is not leing left behind, says Peter principal of Al- berta's only residential school :or the deaf. Mr. Freemantel was in Leth- jridge Tuesday to conduct a one-day workshop for teachers and others involved in working with young people who have a [icaring problem. In an interview with The Herald, Jlr. Freemanlel said extra attention to the needs of student with a hearing prob- lem does not mean the class has to be geared to one person. "It is a case of going ahead three steps and back he said. "The entire class mil benefit from proach." such an ap- Mr. Freernantel, principal o: the Alberta School for the Dea: in Edmonton, said there are several practical tilings teacher can do in the class- room when working with a youngster who is h a v i n i trouble hearing. The teacher can restrict her movements in the class, never talk facing the blackboard and let the studen work with another who has ni hearing problem. Mr. Freemantel said there is little to be gained by segregat ing such students in a separat class or school, especially thos who have only a slight hearin; problem. "It is better for the child t University teachers blast report SPECIAL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AUCTION MONDAY, OCTOBER 23rd a! 7.00 For Complete LIsiling See Page 00 FOR FURTHER 1NFORMMTION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTL PHONE 328-4705 1920 2nd AVE. S. IETHBR1DGE AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 41 Lie. 458 Altwrta university teachers have fired off a volley of criti- cal comment on the Worth Commission Report on Educa- :ional Planning. 'Ine Confederation of Alberta Faculty Associations in a 23- page report said that it takes strong exception to "undocu- mented" charges which reflect negatively on the professional- ism of universify faculty mem- bers BEAUTIFUL FALL FOLIAGE PLANTS MOUNTED ON NATURAL DRIFTWOOD BASES. See iheso lovely fall color- ed floral arrongemenls al MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP PHONE 327-1515 The blanket condemnation of teaching activity is. almost wholly undocumented within he Worth said the CAFA in its report to the cabi- net committee on education. The association represenls more than faculty mem- in Alberta's three univer- sities. Dr. E. W. Webking, presi- dent of the 155-membcr faculty association at the University of f-ethbridge, said there is no documentation in the report to back its description of teaching as "a mindless and selfish pro- fession." Dr. Webking stressed that the association was only comment- ing on aspects of (he Worth Re- concerning the university community. The association also look ex- ception lo the report's state- ment that facility memlxsrs have dominated Iwards of gov- cvnoi-s. There is no evidence in the report to back this statement and it is not an accurate as- sessment of relations between iKiards and faculty, said the faculty report. The faculty association also tried to kick Ihe suppo-.-ts out from under Ihe Worth conten- tion that tenure is a comfort- able device to guarantee jobs lo university faculty. "Our said Dr. Feb- ?ing, "is that in cases where :enure does not effectively gov- ern the quality of university in- struction, the fault lies in the 'ailure of a local faculty to en- ;orce Canadian Association of University Teachers1 guide- lines." Commenting on university funding, the association sug- gests the government should adopt a three-year plan to im- in a classroom atmos- he said. "They are art of society and (hey should involved. They should also expected lo live up to the ame standards as everyone Ise. The deaf child has lo learn o live with the problem. There s no magic pill they can take 0 restore hearing." What is needed', Mr. Free- manlet said, is modern support :ervices in the school 1 qualified teacher of tne deaf vho goes from school fo school assisting the regular teacher. Hoffman gets luiiou support New Democrats in the Leth bridge federal constituency re- ceived a shot in the arm this morning when the Lethbridgi Building and Construction Trades Council, representing 1 southern Alberta unions, de- clared its unanimous supper for candidate Hal Hoffman. In an appeal to southern A' herta voters this morning, the council urged nil working men to vote for Hoffman who, the council executive says, repre- sents the on'y parly which "works for the v.'orking man." A release said: "A vote against Hoffman Is a against the working man." Bill IJndgard, speech palhol- gist with Ihe Lethbridge pub- ic school district, said there is 10 one in the district specially rained to work with the deaf. We have p s y c hologists, cad-ing consultants and speech herapists but we don't have a eacher for the he said. There are between 3D and 40 students in Lethbridge who could benefit from having a special teacher available. While there is not a single qualified teacher for the 30 to 40 students with some form of rearing disorder in Lethbridge schools, the Alberta School for the Deaf has 26 teachers for 151 students. prove security and continuit of educational programs rather than the year-to-year method currently being used. CUFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower level PHONE 327-2822 SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! ARLBERG FIBRE GLASS SKIS Carried Over Stock In 190- 195 -200C.M. 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