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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta rr y, Otlober 19, THE IETHSRIDOE HEWUD 25 Teachers' aides cause concern e said Thursday (this eve- ning) at B p.m., in Mnrlin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 rd Avenue S. Requiem Mass vill be celebrated on Friday at a.m., with Rev. Father M. Gillis OMI celebrant. Interment nil follow in the Mount Ca- 'ary section Mountain Vie'.v Cemetery. Friends may pay heir respects H! Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. BIZ 3rd Avenue S. Phone 328-23G1. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Dircc- .ors of Funjral Service. HODDS Saturday, October 4, 1972, Patricia De Anr.c Jean, iged 10 years bclovfd daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hobbs ,nd (liar sister d Erenda Ilae ind Donald Cameron, Barons, Alberta. She is also survived by icr grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Manulak, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Blackens, Lethbriole; Mrs. Ssl- na IjLke, Lethbridge and Mrs. Jertha Fayc, Gravelbourg, Sask.; two aunls and uncles, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Wiebe, Beav- erlodge, Alberta and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bluekens, Lelli- liridge; godparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hinkson, Beach, California and by five cousins. Patricia was born al LethbridEc and was a slQrj-snl at Ihe Claresholm Elementary School. She was a member d Ihe First Barons Brownie Pack, Privale family services were held with Rev. Richard Hansen LEYDSN'S FIJ NERAL HOMES LTD., Clares- holm branch, directors of ser es. If desired contributions may be made to the Dorothy Gooder School, 1605 9th Avenue North, C-I9S9 CARD OF THANKS family of Donald SliRw would like to extend their sincere thank you to the nurses and staff of the Letli- bridgc Municipal Hospital and to the Auxiliary Ilospilal: also lo the doctors who took care ol Donald during his lengthy ill- ness. A special thanks to his doctor. Hie Shaw Taber. Family of 592 CARD OF THANKS COTE wisli lo express our deep appreciation and heartfelt thanks lo those who sent flowers, cards, expres- ,ions of sympathy, offered masses, and to the many who helped ease our burden in any way during our recent bereave- ment. family iJeaths yesterday By Tlin CANADIAN PRESS Leo G. Carroll, British actor who appeared on stage, television nnd in mov- ies, in hospital. Nich- olas of Anneon, 70. who placet'' second in the election last July lo choose a successor to the late Ecumenical Patriarch Athenagcras. Billy Wil- liams, 56, who soared to popu- larity in the 1950's on such songs as I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Snowmobile operators licensed MONTREAL (CP) New- legislation requiring snow- mobile operators to obtain driv- ing permits goes into effect Dee. Marcel Lamarche, in- formation officer for the de- partment of transport, said Wednesday. Mr. Lamarche paid Ihe legis- lation would require oil snow- mobiles to have licence stick- ers, making it possible for land- owners to identifv snowmobile operators IrespassinE on pri- vate property, a criminal cf- fence. The legislation hits harr', at snowmobile operators under the ape of 1G. Children under 10 are not oermilted lo operate the machines while children be- Iween 10 and 12 can operate them only when supervised hy a licenced driver. Operators dev 16 are forbidden lo cross oads while driving the i public ros machines. les. A licensed driver over 16 must drive the machine across the highway. In a brief submitted lo Edu- cation Minister Lou Hyndman, Ihe ATA says: "it will be a hol- low mockery of progress if needed reforms in teacher .Tdu- calion and certification are ac- companied by a flood of paid and voluntary personnel, with- out Ic-acher qualifications, being used in lieu of teachers." The brief, comniled fiom res- olutions approved at Ihe 1572 annual representative assembly of the ATA, says several school boards have hired library-tech- nicians in place ol Icacher-H- b-ariajis and some Iwards have added teachers' aides and re- duced the number of teachers. Many boards have utilized Ihe :ervires of volunlcers withoul sufficient advance delineation of duties, responsibilities and rcles of cither Ihe volunteer or teachers, it adds. "Hccenl announcements by Ihe department of education would appear to encourage these trends, which, in fact, amount lo a dilution of Ihe duality of educational sen-ice in Ihe says the ATA which reorcsenls all of Alber- ta's teachers. SUGGESTIONS The ATA brief, In dealing w i I h curriculum, educational research and school buildings, suggests: There be no extension of the pracllce of g-anting high school crerJILs oul-of-schoo) aclivilics. Additional provincial gov- crnmcnl financing lor Inser- vice education ot teachers for curriculum change is required. Teachers must be Involved at all levels of decision-making in inst-uclional television. Alberta schools should be making a particular effort to In- stitule a program which would allow easy transfer to the metric system. Alberta needs a publicly-fi- nanced, independent research agency to fill the void in edu- cational research left by the dissolution of the human re- sources research council. Extensive busing cannot be a substitute for providing class- rooms as close as feasibk, lo the homes of children, particularly in urban areas. In addition, the brief dealt with teacher certification and education and teacher compe- tence, urging the department to begin discussions lo implement ATA plans submitted to the government In earlier briefs. These suggested that the ATA lake over the function of ini- tial certification of teachers; that practicing teachers be In- cluded In permanent certifica- tion procedures and that the ATA have the right to suspend or cancel certificates on grounds of incompetence or urt Drofesslonal conduct. Mouiilies nail llieir iimn on highictiy CH1LUWACK, B.C. (CP) RCMP nailed their man on the four-lane Trans-Can- ada Highway near here lat77 I hi? Council reserves (fie rlqhl to His proposal which they believe IT b.-; In the btsl interest of Ihe cQm- ar.ij il reject any tr Driled Ilir day or October ilclpal' Clerk. cyj PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT Of HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT StflLtD TT.NDFRS wl hy Inc- up A fA. Standard Tii be received 3 11 O'ClOcX 'sriay, Octo- 31st, 1973 (Or Iho A STRUCTURAL TIOII TO CARRY 17lh STREET OVER T.IE WEST BOUND LANE ON HIGH- 14 (CLOVtR BAK NO. ConTrncI? and nl Ihe OKice Chlel Enyinerc, Building, Pdmcnltm, Ofloce ol Ihe En- nridqe Fnginccr-, Highways Vlulldino, rdrr.ojilon. Office of Ihe Diililct Hn-