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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Elk Valley Project Plans Airfield WINS AWARD Fort Macleod Lions Club president A. A. Neddow, centre, presents Gower Kennedy with a certificate for his perennial contribution to the Lion's Talent Night show. John Davis, left, organizer of this year's show, looks on. Performers are in the background. Five hundred attended. _ Jean Swihart Photo liy MOLLY LATKA Herald News Service SPARWOOD Rodney Lylc Rusnak of Sparwood, a com- mercial pilot and aircraft me- chanic who has obtained his li- cence to operate an air service', Hockey Deadline PINCHER CREEK (Special) The period of registration for boys, interested in playing minor hockey has been extend- ed to Saturday, Oct. 24, at the Memorial Community Centre Arena from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. All boys, regardless of abil- ity, are invited to take part. Registrations and forms are available at all schools. Natal Demolition Progresses NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The East Kootenay E q u i p m e n I Company Limited will start demolition of 69 units in Natal. Mixed Bonspiel 1 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore Curling Club has decided to open the season with a mixed bonspiel to start Nov. 8. The 'spiel will feature three events and attempts are being made to have 32 rinks take part. Icernaking will begin in the local arenas this weekend and D e 1 k i Peressini has been named iceman. Its tender of was ac- cepted by the Sparwood Urban Renewal Committee. The East Kootenay Equip- ment bid was the lowest of eight tenders submitted for the job. which includes mainly residential buildings. Highest bid was Four of the bids were below and j four were above. Completion of the work wil bring the total number demolished units to 130. Ther are yet about 75 units to go Two other demolition tender were let last year in Natal. Meanwhile a large lot nex to the row houses in Sparwooc has been designated for deve opment of playground. Die ST. CATHERINES SCHOOL GROWS A foot addition to St. Catherines School at Picture Butte shapes up. Chromk Construction is the contractor. The addition will cost It comprises one classroom, infirmary and staff room. It will be 'completed within four weeks. S. P. Johnson Photo Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vtrnon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phont S62-2149 Clark, community development officer, reported that about half the lot has been cleared 'of trees and levelled and will be seeded this fall or in the spring, depending on the weather. On the remaining half of the lot, trees will be left standing and areas will be made within the trees for playground equip- ment. The triangular lot just down and across the road from the mobile home lots is also being examined for the setting up of playground equipment accord- ing to Mr. Clark. TALKS UNDER WAY C RAN BROOK (Special) Cranbrook School Board-Teach- er Association-negotiations con- cerning renewal of the annual contract which expires Dec. 31 are under way. Neither side has made public its basic pro- posals. is making plans to establish an airfield in the District of Spar wood. He is hoping to locate his air strip in the Elk Valley. Ha intends to operate sched uled flights between Sparwood Cranbrook and Vancouver am other points. Plans include an air taxi ser- vice to the mines located in the Elk Valley and to sjch points as Fernie, Elko, Coleman Blairmore and Lethbridge. In the initial stage the busi- ness will employ two other per- sons besides himself and for a start will have two aircraft. He will have temporary office and hangar space since further ex- pansion later will require a larger complex. He plans to add a flying school to the operation. Mr. Rusnak stated the cost of the first stage of his business is approximately and he will expand his facilities as the need arises. When Mr. Rusnak applied for a licence to operate his air ser- vice he had the support of local industry. Photo, 90TH BIRTHDAY Mrs Melissa Bawden of Fort Mac- leod marked her Will birth- day recently at a party host- ed by daughters Mrs. Eileen Mason of Fort Macleod and Mrs. Marjorie Bateman ol Vulcan. Married in Christ Church in 1911, her husband the late Albert Bawden, op- erated a bakery and confec- tionery. "I know every kid in town for a good many years. You know, ice cream cones were only five cents in those days." Nab Cowboy Who Walked Off With Boots TABER (HNS) The 1 o n g arm of the law reached to St. Paul for the apprehension of a juvenile who broke into a local shoe repair shop and stole a pair of cowboy boots. The theft of three batterieF from new trucks on a dealer's parking lot is still under in vestigation. A crackdown on car stunting s under way. In addition to 29 persons charged in September under he Liquor Control Act, an addi- ional 37 persons were held in cells on drunk charges and re- eased after sobering. used way VISITORS SPARWOOD (HNS) Re- ent visitors at the home of Ir. and Mrs. Sylvester Kor- okowski were Ron Kordokow- of Calgary and Mr. and Irs. Lindstrom and family of Idmonton. 99 TAKES 10 GALLONS OF PAINT Five gallons of special magnetic point were for each nme m the giant 99 painted oa the Claresholm Industrial Airport run- recently by members of the Alberta Chapter of the 99s. It's an association of women airplane pilots getting ready for the All-Woman Transcontinental Air Race which will ake place next year. They're using rollers. Left to right: Mrs. Anola Laing! Eleanor Bm ey, Sue Batterbury, Mrs. Isabel Moser and Mrs. Marg Hunziker .____.____________' _______________' Paul Ahderson Photo Language Teaching Program fBest I Have Ever By MILDRED BARKER Herald News Service MAGRATH Mrs. Kalhy McCallum of Magrath has been named president of the Magrath Home and School As- sociation. Mrs. Jean Cowan is vice- I president. Get a taste of the good times with Old Vienna Lively sip after sip. BREWED BIGHT HERE IN ALBERTA. Mrs. Moyle Pilling wa.. named'secretary and Mrs Gaelynd Pilling is the new treasurer. Sixty heard educationists outline new methods. Principal Grant Wheeler trcduced teachers. Mrs. Eugene DaM, as new in- structor in social studies, ex- plained field trips Grade 7 stu- dents are taking to learn more of agriculture in this farming community. In Grade 8 where Common- studies are outlined she brings people to class who have lived hi or visited those coun- tries. David Corbelt, the new lan- guage arts teacher in junior high school told parents that "true education provides expe- riences that children can go through to prepare them with a set of values and skills to meet the problems of life. They are living in a time when they need all the preparation pos- sible to get through thes he said. Mr. Corbett noted the ten dency of students in large cei tres of the U.S. to be indiffer ent, irresponsible and disres pectful. "Too often they demand til courses they want to take, wh will teach them and how. Th solution to such problems does O'KEEFE BREWING COMPANY LIMITED not lie in meeting their de- he stated. "A preven live solution is better such as sense of values and responsibi ity learned in the home. school can then provide thi skills needed." Principal Wheeler gave In stances of. rebellion on cam puses in Calgary showing wha permissive society does. "Prod ucts of this society are shor im manners and discipline be fore entering Grade he quoted. "Our simpler society here is more welcome than city riots and demonstrations." Elementary school principa Loran Nelson spoke on the teacher's responsibility to aid students in having learning ex- periences but not encourage permissiveness. He introduced a new Grade 3 teacher, Mrs. Norman Stearns, who spoke on the new reading program. "Now children learn to ex- press themselves before they read. We do not teach them to memorize words but help them read back what they express- ed so it will have meaning. Words are printed oa charts and boards rather Ulan learned in readers. Children don't take readers home." she informed parents. Cal Alston, Grade 1 teacher, expressed her idea ofi lie new language experience program as "the best I've ever used. There is more emphasis on the individual. "Different levels for the child's readiness are rec- ognized as all don't learn to read at the same tune any more than they learn to walk and talk at the same time. This program gives the stu- dent a chance to advance at his own she explained and invited parents to see the n e w course of reading at school. Mrs. Ray Pilling stressed lis- tening in Grade 3 as important as reading. 'Children talk about expe- riences, listen to what others say and write about it. Each las a talent and should have a Jrne and place to be alone and think his own ideas. "Now we listen to children in- stead of children listening t teacher. It is a flunking an creative process in which th reader is she con eluded. Vice-principal Jay Hamilto presented a new method of learning mathematics. Las year in Grades 5 and 6 he le students go at then- own rate and found it so successful he is trying it on Grade 4 this yeai Friday, October 23, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGi HERALD 3 Some arc on page 18 while oth ers have advanced to page 120 of the text. "Difficulty usually comes from no number he said. "The new text is revised well illustrated and meant to be read for understanding.' ;roups of six hel> each other with problems. When they can- not the teacher explains. Mr. Nelson explained lan- guage arts "as a co-operative ;roup working as a unit for he interest of students." He spoke of the necessity for eacher aids to release teach- ers for more intricate duties in hese new courses. "We welcome any parent in- erested in assisting teachers in he rooms and will be glad to lave you come to -Mid's problem." Mrs. Watson Ririe told of the lew pre-school program for ive year old children. Mrs. Lorenzo Davies instrucls the lass of 16 in preschool readi- ses. Discipline of speech, mus- ics and minds is aceomplish- d as children do their own rork and take turns with toys. We want children to learn to we the teacher because she stcns to them. Then they will ant to go to school because this experience." Greater-Thon-Ever Food Values! Prices effective until closing Saturday, Oct. 24th TABLE RITE YOUNG SHOULDER PICNIC STYLE, HOCK ON PORK ROAST Ib. Side Bacon BRUNSWICK Sardines AUSTRAL Fruit Cocktail 3 WHITE GRANULATED SUGAR 10-LB. BAG Wt.... 19.ozifin5 Macaroni DEL MONTE FANCY Peaches CATELLI DINNERS 7Vi-oz. pkgs. DEL MONTE FANCY Peas or Corn M.OItins3 KING SIZE Fab Detergent 1-29 HEINZ STRAINED OR JUNIOR BABY FOODS tins (Excluding Meats) unryPe Blus Label 48 fl. oz. tins for Apple Juice Sun Blus Label 4 Cheez Whiz Kraft plain 16.0, jar 790 Flour Robin 2QibS. 1i39 FLORIDA RUBY RED 48's GRAPEFRUIT Tomatoes Canada No. 1 3-lb. bosket 69' WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;