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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BEAUTIFUL MEXICO M Dayi as low ai S299 from Calgary (Per person based on double occupancy) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 328-8104 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, October 21, 1971 PAGES 13 TO 28 It'l a GREAT DAY lo SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 32B-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Student transfers in wind A report that could pave the way for acceptance of Letli- bridge Community College graduates into university is now in the hands o( university officials throughout Alberta. Dr. G. L. Mowatt, director of admissions in the faculty of education at the University of Alberta, was chairman of a committee appointed by the un- iversity co-ordinating council to look into the question of stu- dents transferring from col- leges to university. One of the main recommen- dations in his report is that solutions to problems should be developed as they arise, rather than having the govern- ment trying in advance to leg- islate solutions. "Members of the university co-ordinating council should deal with the individual prob- lems and situations and build up a system, rather than hav- ing a system legislated by the government." said Dr. Mowatt. He said the report was "fa- vorably received" by the co- ordinating council, which has representatives from each uni- versity. "I believe they have taken the report back to their in- dividual universities for reac- tion from various he said. Dr. Mowatt said if the reac- tion is favorable, the transfer problem facing LCC students could be solved. Five juveniles arrested on break-ins Lethbridge city police report five Lethbridge juveniles were arrested in a stolen car near Kipp. An investigation of the stolen auto revealed worth of sol- vents and glue stolen from the Beaver Lumber Company Ltd., 3rd Ave. and 17th St. S., dur- ing a break-in. The children appeared in Cardston juvenile court to an- swer another break-in charge. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4093 POLICE COOK-IN Lethbridge city police detectives Frank Bathgate and Terry Wauters grilled steaks for 199 delegates and wives attending the 19th International Law Enforcement Co-ordination Conference currently under way at the Park Plaza Hotel. Featured speakers include members of the RCMP from Canada and FBI from the United States. The purpose of the conference is to help Canadian and American police forces to understand each other. The spirit of the conference is "Law enforcement does not stop at the border." The conference will conclude with the annual Lethbridge police ball Friday night. Students leave system Separate schools express concern By RON CALDWELL Staff Writer The Lethbridge separate school administration has ex- pressed concern over the num- ber of students leaving Catholic schools and transferring to the public school system. Board members decided dur- ing Wednesday night's meeting to invesigate the situation in an effort to find out if the problem Vaselenak charges discredit attempt Escape artists do it again Two British Columbia youths don't seem to like to be detain- ed in Lethbridge or any- where else for that matter. Jean Charles Golish, 18, and Ronald James Kellington, 17, both of Victoria, B.C., escaped from the Lethbridge Correc- tional Institution between 9 and 11 p.m. Wednesday, and are still at large. Correctional institution war- den Leslie Fisher said the youths made good their escape from the institution's television card room, accomplished by sawing their way through the bars on the room's windows. He said, "We had been giv- ing them a little more freedom within the institution, and they took advantage of it. We're very disappointed in them." This is the pair's third suc- cessful jail break since early September. The RCMP reports they first escaped from Brannon Lake Detention Home in B.C. They stole a car in B.C. and drove to Taber. where they were arrested by the town po- lice as they attempted lo steal COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 AQUARIUS TROPICAL FISH AND SUPPLIES 524A 6th STREET SOUTH PHONE 328-3121 We have all kinds of exotic fish and supplies for your aquarium needs 60 tanks to choose from Aquariums made to measure All kinds of plants Christmas is just around the corner, so ask about our lay-away plan or just drop-in for a coffee. Celebrate Your Special Occasions at' Ericksen's! and Friday and Saturday Evenings THIS WEEK FEATURING The Mooiiglows WESTWINDS DINING ROOM 8 to 12 p.m. NO COVER CHARGE Phone 328-7756 for Reservations gasoline after they broke into a garage. Following their arrest in Ta- ber they were transported to Lethbridge city police cells to await arrangements for their return to B.C. by the RCMP. A city police constable acci- dentally left the key to their cell in the lock and they es- caped on the evening of Sept. 17. The pair was re-captured by two RCMP constables in the Kate Andrews Building on the Lethbridge Community College RONALD KELLINGTON alias Bruce James Shinon JEAN GOLISH third escape Kinmiitt expects Alberta to adopt divided school year Bob Kimmitt, superintendent of the Lethbridge separate school district, feels a divided school year concept similar to the one now operating in Leth- 'fllCT STUDIO ON FICTU BVEtOUE ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING ARTISTS' SUPPLIES GALLERY Jj 710-5 AVE S H flETHBRIDCE-ALTA I bridge will IK adopted on a province-wide basis. "It is my judgment that Al- berta will move into a system of dividing the school year like we are doing in Mr. Kimmitt told the first meet- ing of the new separate school board Wednesday night. "This wi'l please us because this is what we have asked the minister to allow us to continue doing." Mr. Kimmitt also predicted "radical changes" in the pres- ent Grade 12 examination pro- cedure. "I get the feeling that we are moving very rapidly toward a he said. "It could be that high schools will evaluate their own students or that some schools will be ac- credited or that tests will be held at Easter or that provincial examinations count as 50 per cent and local evalu- ation the other 50 per cent." Mr. Kimmitt said the speed with which the chanpes ;irc made will depend on the min- ister of education. "Write on your hearts that every day is the best day ef your RALPH WALDO EMERSON Make everyday that special day with "Cologne for Men" from these leading selections THE SPIRIT OF JADE EAST The POWER OF BLACK BELT THE OCEAN FRESHNESS OF OLD SPICE All are available from McCready-Boines along with other namo brand colognes for men including: HAI RUSSIAN tEATHER SPECIAL OFFER ON "YD" AFTERSHAVE and COLOGNE for men Art now on sale at......................... McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. c 614 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3555 campus. They had remained at large in the city for only too hours. They pleaded guilty in Leth- bridge magistrate's court to il- legal escape from lawful cus- tody and breaking and enter- ing. They were sentenced to three months in jail on each charge and the terms were to run concurrently. When they are again taken into custody they will face charges of illegal escape and will have to serve additional time as well as complete their unfinished terms. When Golish and Kellington finish their sentences in Alber- ta they will face transportation back to B.C. where they will be tried for illegal escape and auto theft. In B.C., however, because of their ages they will be dealt with as minors. In Alberta they were dealt with as adult of- fenders. KEEP STATEMENTS The Canada department of agriculture's stablization board advises hog producers lo keep their copies of official grading statements until at least next summer in case a deficiency payment is made on hogs for 1971. The grading statements would be needed as proof of sale and grade. The dollar value of hogs marketed at the Lethbridge Public Stockyards and Packing Plants in 1970 in- creased to from in 1969. Accusations that school trus- tees in Alberta are banding to- gether to discredit teachers in the current negotiations for a new working agreement were voiced during Wednesday night's meeting of the Leth- bridge separate school board. E. S. Vaselenak, commenting on the present situation, said "from what I've read, it ap- pears to me this is what is go- ing on." "Why should teachers have to work for a year without a contract? "Plumbers won't do it, car- penters won't do it, why should we expect teachers to do Paul Malisz, who serves on tile regional negotiating com- mittee, said the charge thai trustees arc trying to discredit teachers is "absolutely wrong." "We have been unable to sign an agreement because there are some things we can't agree said Mr. Matisz. "But we have got to negotiate these tilings." Mr. Vaselenak, a former school principal, (lid not refer to a specific area or group of trustees in his remarks. John Boras named hoard chairman John Boras was elected to his second consecutive term as chairman of the Lethbridge separate school board during the board's initial meeting Wednesday night. Paul Malisz, the only other board veteran, was namec vice-chairman. E. S. Vaselenak, who led the polls in the Oct. 13 election, was elected chairman of the educa- tion committee while Ron Fabb: was elected as chairman of the finance committee. Allied Arts council meets Wednesday Lethbridge's Allied Arts Council directorate will meet Wednesday at p.m. in the Bowman Arts Centre. The directorate, which meet; four times a year, comprises the executive, individual mem- bers and representatives of the 33 member-groups. The public is invited to at- tend. Non-members, while not allowed a vote, may express opinions. Chow Mein Supper and Bazaar AT THE JAPANESE UNITED CHURCH 9th Ave. N. and 9th St. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24th P.M. (Meal includes sweet and sour) TAKE-OUTS AVAILABLE CLEANING WINDOWS STORM WINDOWS CARPETS FLOORS WALLS CEILINGS JANITOR SERVICES Commercial and Domestic BONDED INSURED QUALITY WORKMANSHIP WE'RE PROUD OF OUR REPUTATION FAIR SERVICES PHONE 327-1272 The board also decided to hold meetings twice a month instead of once a month, as it has been doing. Regular board meetings will be held on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month. Appeal total: United Appeal contributions to date total The Ap- peal's 1971 commitment is ICLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic SLACK DENTAL LAB lower level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 exists and what can be done to correct it. E. S. Vaselenak told the board he has sent out question- naires to those involved in an effort to find out why the stu- dents are leaving the Catholic system. 'There are 80 Catholic stu- dents attending public schools in this said Mr. Vasele- nak. "You would be surprised and shocked at some of the rea- sons that are on the question- naires I have received back." He desribcd the situation as "dangerous and explosive." Mr. Vaselenak said the an- swers he has received "indi- cate some of these people have a resentment to Hie Catholic system that is deep in their hearts." He said he would reveal the findings of his investigation at a later meeting, after all Ite questionnaires are in. In his remarks, Mr. Vasele- nak indicated he believes the problem stems from the fact that there is no junior high school in the Catholic system. He made passing reference to "putting Grade 8 and 9 stu- dents in with senior high school students in light of the drug and sex problems" that are evi- dent in today's society. It is expected the situation will be discussed during a pub- lic meeting within the next three weeks. 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