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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IE1H3RIDGJ HtSAlD Moni'ny, 73. 197? Job Irainiiig n announccpiml is expected any day now on a new provin- cial government job training program lo follow up last win- ter's rriorily Employment Pro- gram. The Herald lias learned that Hie new program will be called I'ASE Province, ol Alberta Sea- sonal Employment It will likely cost as much or more than (ho S2.4 million shelled out to finance I'.E.F. in Hie province's six communi- tv colleges. Details of the program arc still being worked out by the provincial government but the word is Iliat there will likely be feu, if any, imiversily type programs. They will bo de-em- phasized in favor of job brain- ing programs. Dr. Keith Robin, director of conlimiing education at the Lellibridgc Community Col lege, said he has been hearing rumblings since last spring llial something would be done lo replace P.E.P. but has re- ceived no official word that anything is in the works. Worth Report feedback has been 'remarkable' E D M 0 N TON Educa- province's most successful at- lion Minister Lou Hyndman has tempt yet at involving citizens called the Worth Report "ihis HOW NOT TO PARK The law say-> no perking cf any vehicle en a sldowaik or boulevard, on a crosswalk, wilrim 15 fecf of a fire hydrant or wilhin 15 feel upon ihe approach to any step or yield sign. Parking reslrlc- tions clso prohibit parking with ihe left side of the vehicle to ihe curb end leaving a vehicle unattended on a jack or similar device, This picture is the seventh published in conjunction ihe 1972 Safe Driving Campaign. Treat cattle for warbles or grubs now-scientist Farmers, ranchers and cat- llemen have been urged to treat cattle for warbles or grubs before the end of the month to prevent huge finan- cial losses that occur in the in- dustry every year. Dr. M. A. Khan, lexicologist. nL the Letiibridge Re5earch Sta- tion studying the warble fly TARE A GENTLE LAXATIVE From Ihe makers of Take gentle-acting Nature's remedy! Nt is an problem, said llic deadline for successful treatment cf cattle in southern Alberta is Oct. 30. AWARD WINNERS NAMED Over 40 prizes, awards and scholarships have been present- ed to University of Lclhbridgc students in 1972, the U or L sludent awards office has an- nounced. Although actual presentation of the scholarships has already been made, winning students v.'ill be honored at a special U of L awards banquet scheduled foi Nov. 24. Following is a list of all U or L 1972 scholarship and birsary winners: ENTRANCE Barbara J. The Parsons Electric Scholarship Lelhbrldge; Card Ann Rlrfe, The Royel Canadian Leolon Dominion Command Bursnry, 5200, Magralh; Garlh L. Marl, The Royaf Canadian Lealcn Altcrta Com- mand Bursary, Falrvlew; Vel- rle 1_. Encel, The William Asbury hanan Bursary, SI CO, Mcnarch; Mai warbles are one -cicy Nl tonight... tomorrow alright! fFGULAR'CHOCOMrf COAHD- tVNIOM month furlhcr advanced in the region south of Highv.-ay t west to "the foothills. He snul cattle should be treat- ed Kuelcnc Kuslene 12R, Ncguvon or Cc-Ral. Eith- er the pcur-on or spray treat- ment can be used, although if producers v-Li'.l con'.vo! of they should spray Ruebne or Co-Kal. The treatment by the enrl o( the month v.'ill kill the first larvae ths ani- mal's hcdy. Dr. Khn.n stressed that after treatmenl. L'nncher Forve (he animals for r.t len.st 48 liours if ar.y si'Ie ef facia are evident, call a vertermarian. He said not all ranchers real- ize that, If 2n pnimnl dies from Respect us. Let us I music can "take its place with We're an integral part of the all other subjects under the ed- education process. That's ihc message transmit- ted by Professor Earle Terry, internationally known conduc- tor and assistant dean of music at the University ot Western Ontario. Addressing more than 100 delegates attending the first Al- berta Chora! Directors confer- ence Saturday at the Univer- sity of Lethbridge, he pleaded the schco! system lo teach "musical literacy." NKCESSARY SludenU, starting at G.vade 1, should he taught lo read mu- sic, he described as necessary basic skill. Musical literacy allows stu- dents to branch into any area treatment they can make a of music, both vocal and inslni claim for canines .-gainst the [mental, any lime they want. insecticide ccmnanv. Through skillful instruction, ucalional umbrella. 'At least 99 per cent of (he population can't mu- sical he said. Minimal musical instruction for teachers at the teacher col- lege level, coupled with a non- altilude of the? community, lias so far delayed the introduction of music into (he school curric- ulum as a serious subjccl. And many teachers without the necessary tools are leach- ing music, Mr. Terry said. The educational value of mu- sic is underestimated because Ihe community as a whole is loo preoccupied with "living in a materialistic age con- cerned competing for a living." FRONTIER "It's a frontier society development of ho said. {INCORPORATED UNDER AM ACT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, ASSENTED TO APRIL ICih, 1966) P.O. HOX 1001 LETHfl RIDGE, ALBERTA T1J 4A2 THERE IS A SPECIAL SATISFACTION IN BEING ABLE TO HELP SUBSTANTIALLY A WIDE VARIETY OF WORTHY CAUSES THE LETHBRIDGE FOUNDATION is n Community Trusl for Jhe purpose of cslnblishing a perpetual body lo receive and administer BEQUESTS, ENDOWMENTS, and DONATIONS for the CULTURAL, CHARITABLE and EDUCATION- AL benefit of the inhabitants of Lelhbrldge and tlie surrounding area. To achieve this purpose, ihe FOUNDATION appeals to the I. INDIVIDUALS OR GROUPS who wiih lo make donations or endowments during the course of ihuir careers, eilher donations to bcj disbursed cnlly, or endowments lo be hold by the Fouodnticn with ihe income there- from to be currenlly. Donors or havo the allernalives of designnlin'j the beneficiaries of ihcir gifts, or cf giving the FOUNDATION the right lo dcsicjnclc! beneficiaries. MAKERS OF WILLS, who wish lo make bequests to ihe FOUNDATION. Be- questers may designale ihe beneficiaries, or give ihe FOUNDATION the right of designation. 3. ESTATES, to facilitate fhs release cf funds lied up therein, so thai, ihrough Ihe FOUNDATION, ihey can be put to communily purposes. THE LETHBRIDGE FOUNDATION is administered by a Board of Direclors, serving renumeration and op- poinlcd by a commillee of nominators ccmpcsed ofi ihs maycr of the cily of Lclhbridge, ihe Senior Judge, resident fn Lethbridge, of the Dislricl Court, The President of ihe Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce and ihe Pre- sident of the l.ethbridge and District Trcdcs and Labcr Council. Further information aboul ihe rrsy ba obtained by Ic-lephoning ihe F, J. Morgan O.C. at 327-8525 or Ihe Sscrela.y-Trecsurer, R. F. P. Bowman al 327-5677, cr by writing lo TKE LETHBRIDGE FOUN- DATION at ihe above address. It's lime more development >f Ihc inner human resources ook place. Many teachers currently use a "hit and miss'1 technique of leaching music, he charged, 'I deplore the 'music is for fun which Mr. Terry said doesn't leach music bu are n on-meaningful sing-songs with no lasting effect. Music is a "discover and ex plore" subject which is "esscn lial to education." SUCCESS The convention Levmec an "ouls'anding success" by or- ganizers. "Tremendous improvements11 in the quality and quantity of choirs throughout the province noted by the delegates. In addition to entertainment provided by the Anne Campbell Hir.gers from I.eLhbridge, Ihe delegates themselves and stu- dents from Tabcrr were in- volved. Subjccls covered at the con- vention included discussion about new elementary class- room music concepts, new tech- niques end repertoire for church choirs. nee Felr Scholarship, S500, Lclh- fcrldqe; Roy Howard Beck man. Uni- versity cf Lelhturdge Entrance Schol- arship, 1300, Tabtr; Jam-3 B. Dun- slar, University Communtly Enframe- Scholarship SSM, Sara J. Francis, Untversily Corrrruniry Scholarship. S'HJ, 1 elhbridqc; Donald L. Gerfa, Friends of Ihe Uni Sylvia J. L'HIrwidelle, of ihi University Entrance Scholarship, Peace Riverr David G, Warn, Univer- ally cl Faculty Scholars hlo, 1250, Lethbndge; Linda C. Marsnair, Unlvtrsily Club mond M- Gosdil LelSbritJger Ths Allied and COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEETS AS AT APRIL 1972 and 1971 ASSETS 1972 1971 Cash on Depcsil TRUSTS Balance al beginning of year Add: Reccipls Disbursement ADMINISTRATIVE FUND Balance beginning of year 2 1 1.34 311.74 Add: Receipls ___200.00 _ 31L74 Subtract: Disbursement __141.91 100.40 "269.43 "21 1.34 STATEMENT OF INCOME AND SURPLUS FOR THE FISCAL YEARS ENDING APRIL 30th 1972 AND 1971 RECEIPTS 1972 1971 Bequests, a.id dcn'alions Intercsl carnc'1 Savings account OlSBURSEMENrS Donations Administrative cosls _146.74 64.75 Ml.91 Lethbridge scientists at seminars Ten scientisls from Lhc crop and veterinary-med- ical entomology sections of the Lethbridge Kesearch Station will attend session of Ihe West- ern Committees on Crop and i Livestock Pesticides in Van- couver Tuesday Lo Thursday. AL these sessions, decisions will b2 made which will affect the control cf insecticides and pesticides to be recommended in 1973 for use against more than 150 species of insect pests in western Canada. Scientists and extension spe- cialists representing the federal arx1' provincial novcrnmcnLs in agriculture, environment, fish 1 arcl wildlife, public health and registration branches will Ire j attending. There will also he representatives of the chcmi- cal industry present. The Rim of the sessions, as in Ihc past 10 years they have been held, is lo improve insect pesL cnlrol and reduce lem.s cf pollution. All iT-search projects looking into the problems will he dis- i cussed lo prevent duplication. I This also allows for uniform control recommendations i through the use of the chcmi- cats. SIOO, Slavclyr Br'ai Pryslainy, Friends of rhe Univc Entrance Schdarship, 1W3, tridqe; John, A. Van Wcsienbrugcjo University cf l.cthbrldor Facully As swlallon Scholarship, MJO, Lethbridge Kalhlcen Holl, The Bailty'i Keyboard Award In Music. S103. Lethbridne; tArs Henny Hlldebrand, Lexer's I Irriled Award! In Music. SIM l.crhrrltfge; Mrs. Lynn Lov.e, The perial Order Daughtfrs of Ihe tmolre Awards In Music, SI 00, Leanne Herbst, The Imperial Order Daucaters of the Empire Awards in Music, si00, Raymond Ha rim an, Canadian jcar F-aclories si00, l.clh- Kim CoderriM, The UkranTan DmmL-n'ily Bursary, AIM, Lrlribrrdge; Carolyn Cunnlnaham. The Ray- i Prlia, R. RTngland, _ _ Blanche McGulre Scholarihip, Lelh- brldge. Dorothy E. Pelerson, Tf.e B'Nal B'RIIh Scholarship, ilM, Warner JamfS F. Low, Chief Judce l.ouis Rhrmnan Turcolle S100, Raymjrtdr Ht'werd Alexander, Faciflly of Arls and Science Geld Medal Scholarship, ll.OH, Ralph E. Dllworlh, The Japanese-CanaJian CllUen's Assacldtlon Scholarship, SM3. Ohalrxi, Alia., Bsverley D Knodel, Tho Lcthbridge and Dislrlcl Charlered Ac- counlenti' A'.socialTon Scholarship, Ltlhbridse; Card Ann Secrelan, The Merit SSOO, I.eth- hridqe; David The Presldenl's Research Scholarship tn Arts ahd Sci- ence, Raymond; Ken Runae, Thn Thomas J Watson Bursary, Dlezard, The Thomas J. Walscn Bursary, Lelhbrldrje. Roblnscn, The fcllH Research Scholarship In Arts and Sci- ence, Hunlsvillc, Onl Mrs. Catnerine Knan, The Facully n( Edu call on Gold Medal and Scholarship, Lelhtfichje; Miry G. D. Ter- IcLki, The William Atcrharl Gold Med- Bl, I cfhbrldge; Ken Nafcagams, Re- tail Clerks' Internal itnal Scholarshiri, Lelhiridqe; Ian Eev.rll. Tf-e GeorciB El Mi Research Scholarship lr> Education, 11.000, Nobleford; Bruce Elder, The Pcesldenl's Scho- larship In Educalion, Clares- helm; Debra L. KemmeT, The Lelh- bridge Alberta Teachers' Association local Scholarship, tuition and fees fcr Serneilers, PRIZES Kathleen Holl, The of LelhVldge Music Prize; Bahumlr Fla- Tl.- Univerilly cf Lelhbrldqe Arf Prize; Terry Roblnwn, Trie Univenity of Lethbridge Nalural Science Priter Rulhle Rineland, The Unversily of Lelhcridge Social Science Priia. hi the educational decision making process." "As a catalyst of public opin- said Mr. Hyndmnii, "there has never been anything like it before in Alberta education. Public feedback has Ijcen Iruly remarkable." From June 17 when the re- port went on sale, lo Oct. 17, the cabinet committee on edu- cation has received the follow- ing response, Mr. Hyrdm an said: responses from pri vate individuals, ranging from one page to in- cluding 7B5 completed ques- tionnaires, 53 briefs from associations whose direct membership totals over 17 briefs from publicly-' elected bodies. 10 briefs on behalf of edu- cational institutions. These totals do not include hundreds of phone calls, tallies from open line radio and 'ision programs, letters to edi- ors or the feedback nt hundreds of meetings across the prov- nce, Mr. Hyndmnn saidf nor do they include the student re- sponses being collected by the catalyst project, whose report will be complete in another two "These response figures are far from complete since letters and briefs are still pouring said Mr. Hyndman. "While Ine official deadline was Del, 15, we are still continuing lo wel- come he added. Mr. Hyndman described Ihe that respondents had read the report carefully." The special offices of the cabinet committee at Suite 400, 11010 142 SI. Edmonton, will remain open unlil the end of the year to receive more re- plies and to analyze public ami professional reaction. I'ltlOIUTIES "We are now beginning to establish priority said Mr. Hyiulmau, "and to plan legislation for the spring of 1973. Responses will continue lo be related lo ongoing de- cisions as long as they come in." The individual replies which have been received are now being analyzed, over a range topics and by geographic re- gion. How respondents feel about certain key Worth report proposals be announced luring the (all legislature, which esins this week. Meanwhile copies of Ihe re por L have been sold or ordered. Baird trial Tuesday The trial of Jolm David Balrd, charged with non-capital mur- der in the death of 20-year-old Jack Stanley Soltys In Leth- bridge, resume at the Courthouse Tuesday at 2 p.m. Eaird, 25, ol Letiibridge, was originally charged with at- tempted murder after an April 15 sheeting incident in which Soltys was wounded. The non- bulk of the replies as "very capital murder charge was laid thoughtful with clear evidence I after Soltys died June 10. Time Air 3-day seminar A three clay seminar of Time AirTs employees ends in Lclhbridge today. The seminar, attended by 45 Time currently serves Leth- hridgc, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Red Deer and Edmonton. Stubb Ross. Time's presi- dent, said such seminars a'e pilots, stewardesses, ticketing held regularly lo enable em- and freight agents of the Lctli- bridge based airline, is at- tempting to ascertain how the ployees to get to know each ether, discuss problems and exchange views. travelling public can best bo The seminar is being held al served. i Park Plaza Motor Hotel. LCC offers samples of courses The general public will have an opportunity to taste the wares of more than 100 Leth- bridge Community College pro- grams early next month. The college has set Nov. 3 and 4 aside as "Weekend Col- lege." Anyone interested in any of the wide variety of courses available will be able to drop in lo Ihc class and sec exactly what ROCS on. Courses to he offered include: agriculture linancc, Ixicf grad- ing, electronics, welding, cake and pastry decorating, data processing, radio announcing and drafting. Furlhcr information is avail- able at Ihc Commu- nity College, 32Y-2KI. 100.40 "100.40 Excess oF Receipls over Disbursements These itrjlemcnli are condensed from ihe Aud led Annual EeporPi ns prepared by Young, Parkyn, McNab Co. R- F, P. Bowman, Secretary Treasurer THE LETHBRIDGE FOUNDATION STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 Carrier Don't take a chance... on waiting until your furnace breaks down It may break down in the m'ddle of a blizzard or on Chrislmai Eve or while you ore oway, allowing your pipes lo freeze (to soy nothing of the parakeet and lha If it is old and noisy, replace it now wilh a modern Clare Heel a Furnace. Be warm, wise and worry-free. Pricei start at low 199 ,00 JnilaHalron not included. PG75HB-M B.T.U. per Kr. healing capacity. Authorized Carrier Dealer ALCON REFRIGERATION LTD, 2214-43rd SI. 5. Phone 327-5816, 328-0612 NEW Costs-Elect Hal Hoffman ;