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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Art Williams Travel INVITES YOU TO HAWAIIAN DAYS CENTER VIllAGE MALI Oct. 26, 27, 28 The Lethbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Letlibridge, Alberta, Wednesday, October 25, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 28 NOW iN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lb AVE, S. PHONE 328-7111 Now Arriving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FAIL EYE FASHIONS for 1973 Westbridge lots moving slowly The project (cam lor West LeUibridgc is negotiating with oil companies and commercial firms for the establishment of temporary service station and convenience store facilities on the west side. At the same lime, discussions arc continuing local bouscbviildcrs ami the Central Mortgage Housing Corpor- ation to out an arrange- ment for the development of lots in the new subdivision. City Manager Tom Nutting said although options have been (aken on only six ol tlie available 57 lets, he is optimis- tic plans will be solidified through the wink- to allow house construction next spring. New house -designs from at least one architect hired by the city are expected in the near future, he said. The plans could provide as many as M different house designs, he added. Plans are also ready con- struction of (lie lake and brook through the subdivision this winter. Mr. Nutting said it will be possible for the commercial fa- cilities to be built at the same time as the first houses. Poultry council meeting The first general meeting o the Southern Alberta Poultr> Council will be held at Sven Ericksen's Family Restauran Thursday at p.m. The 1972-73 executive will bi installed. Dick Clemis, southern repre- sentative to tlie Alberta Egc Producers Marketing Board Tymen Donkersgoed, southern representaitve of the Broiler Producers Board and Dick Sabey, soutl ern representative of the A' berta Turkey Producers Mar keting Board will give report about the activities of the vat ious boards. Membership to the pouHn council mil also be availabl' at the meeting. Sometimes only Flowers can say how you feel. Call the Professionals at the MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP PHONE 327-1515 Public board names negotiation teams THE STUFFING BRIGADE Us that lime of year again when the Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease As5Ocialion of Lethbridge prepares for the annual Christmas mail- ing cf TB seafs. Keaf O'Shea and Charlotle Luchansky were among ihe 45 stuffers who turned oul Tuesday night to prepare envelopes for mailing in the Lelhbridge area. Last year's campaign netted about 000 ond its hoped this figure will be surpassed this year. Parents charge s is a fire death trap' L A provincial freeze on school building funds may have left Lcthbridge 350-student clemei tary school a fire death trap. So claimed a seven-member home and school delegation from Assumption School in Lcthbridge at a Separate School board meeting Tuesday. The building freeze halted plans to upgrade and expand the school which, the delegates said, are "substandard" and "inadequate." Prior to the government freeze, architects had been hired by the board to drafl plans for Ihe renovation and expansion of Ihe school located at 14th Ave. and 24th St. S. The board had been given a verbal green light and had planned a January completion date. However, said John Boras board chairman, the govern ment claimed there was suffi cent room for the number oi students and halted the pro- ject. Bob Kimmit, superintended of schools, questioned whether the school was a fire trap. However, thinking out loud the superintendent questioned a city fire bylaw wa; being broken when students were allowed to eat lunch i ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th SI. S. Phono 328.4095 SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. Thursday, October 26th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Dining Table with (i chairs Buffet; lovely Bedroom with Double Dresser, Cbest of Drawers and Bookcase Bed- stead; Cream Wicker Chrslcrfield and 2 chairs; Old Barber's Cliair; While 9'xll' Hug; Flnclio-Koc- ord Player; lUiffol: Chrunie Table and -1 Mlcctric Kcuiiij! iMar-hinc: Viking Dishwasher; Philips Portable TV; single JJnx Springs Mattresses; good selection of Gas and Klectric Ranges; brown leatherette Rccliner Chair; Drill Press; wood Crib and Mattress; liinsc Tubs; good selection tit TVs; Itals; Tint's; Chairs; Floor Lamp; pair Table Trikcs; Stroller; Coffee Table and 2 Step Tables; 2--TV Stands; Kids Chairs; old Cameras; Mais; Curtains; Dishes; Pots and Pans; Sealers; Tape Caddy; Coal Healer; Power Mower; Docks; Lamps; Door; 2 Display Counters; Mangle; Comp. Toilet. Many ilenis loo numerous to mrnlirm. RIFLES Winchester 25-35 Saddle Cnibine Winchester Cnrhino Wintliciler 22 Carbine Old Double Barrel Shelgun Old Enfickl Model 1B86 Alpinno 300 Magnum wjtfi 4X Seopo 1961 STUDEBAKER FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-1705 1920 2nd AVE. S. lETHBRIDOt AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN lie. 11 Lit. 458 areas not designed to serve as cafeterias. "We can't violate fire regula- tions dealing with life and advised N. L. Hollander, secretary Ircasner, of the board. The school's inadequate fa- cilities include what the dele- gates described as rtufont tunclirooni which would he- come a "death trap" in the ev- ent of fire. The government decision left the board holding a architects fee and no expan- sion. A brief submit (ed by the home and school group will he sent to the department of edu- cation building board in Ed monton. Following the fall session tiie legislature, which begins to- day, the Catholic trustees, arm- Accused discharged A 25-year-old Lethbridge ma was discharged from a charg of non-capital murder by pr vincial Judge A. H. Elford TL osday but committed to trial o a lesser charge of woundii with intent. He is John David Bair charged with shooting Jac Stanley Soltys, 20, of Let ed with the brief, will alterant 1'riclge last AprilJS Soltys die Jn Lcthhndgc June 10. (o meet with the minister of education and push the cxpan- Defense lawyer Martin Ho sion plans throiHi medial evidence show An earlier meeting was ruled dld not dle from ll out because the government's I wounds inflicted upon him plans are still unknown anrl a jthe alleged shooting, meeting with the minister or an Crown prosecutor D. V. Mar assistant minister at present gan said he did not challeng would result in a brush off. the medical evidence. prisoners of tradition? The essence of a.teacher's at- titude towards instruction should be "if tt isn't working, change Dr. George Bevan told a group of 50 teachers and education students Monday at the University of Lcthbridge. Dr. Bevan is the director of cuiTic ulu m and i ns truct i on for Lcthbridge Public School dis- trict He was speaking at one1 of six seminars on curriculum and innovation sponsored by the faculty of education at the U o! L. "We (as teachers) have he- come prisoners of the past in the sense that we continue to teach in the same manner and with the same lie said. Dr. Bevan said a behavioral objective approach to teaching helps the student learn more ef- fectively, engage more readily in independent teaming and al- lows him to attend to more rel- evant (asks than determining the importance of the given material. He said the method allows the teacher to diagnose the weak- nesses and strengths of each student and to make individual "prescriptions." The quality of teaching procedures could he j evaluated in terms effeclivc- and modified pos- sible. 'To determine whether are effective teachers, we must compare the actual outcome of or contract talks The Lethbridge Public School oard has named its negoUat-j g teams for upcoming con- act talks with teachers and upport staff. Dr. Doug MacPherson, board lairman, and Bid Brown were amed lo the committee to arry on negotiations with pub- c school teachers, A represen- ative of central office will also e appointed to the committee. The initial meeting with cachers is expected within the ext two weeks. The board re- eived the official request rom teachers Tuesday asking hat the talks begin as soon as wssible. This year turn to local mark a bargaining Asians want to study here An unknown number of Hong students want to attend Catholic schools. And they're welcome, says' iic Lethbridge Separate School Soard, as long as they comply vith two regulations: that they ake up residence here and de- ilare their support ot" the Cath- olic school system. However, the Catholic posi- ion, resultinft from a Ifong Kong Catholic Education Ceti- re inquiry, did not pass with- out resistance at Tuesday's joard meeting. Trustees Paul Matisz and Steve Vaselenuk voiced opposi- tion by raising the questions of who pays the education tab and h'ow many are coming. j 1 Board chairman John Boras TllCc said the numbers situation was being exaggerated as the fed- eral immigration department has tight entrj' restrictions. The Prong Kong inquiry to the Let lib" Edge board re fid: We have a number of Catholic slu- dcnts from Hong Kong who wish to study in your school. "We shall be grateful if you will !cl us know in reply whether you would like to edu- cate them." Lcthbridge schools. In fact, the situation has done a complete about face. Last year, the two Lethbridge boards joined forces with their counterparts in Medicine Hat to negotiate with teachers ir. the two cities. But, this year, it will be strictly one-on-onc in Leth- bridge. The public school board will deal with its teachers and the separate board) wili talk with its teachers. The reason for this type ol negotiations is that some time ago, the public school teachers requested that the talks be car- ried on in this manner. An agreement was worked, out be- t wee n tea chers and t rustees concerning negotiation proce- dures. "There is no way we could now negotiate jointly with the separate school board unless the teachers in that district, along with the board, gave the same commitment on proce- said Dr. 0. P. Larson, s uperint endent of the public school board. Meanwhile, the negotiating team which will conduct talks with the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 290 was also formed during Tues- day night's board meeting. Carl Johnson, former boarc chairman, and Dorothy Eeckel vice-chairman of the present board, were named to the ne- gotiating committee. These negotiations wiH be carried on jointly with the sep- arate school hoard. A request for negotiations from CUPE is expected short- iy- To date, the teachers have not approached the board with a pecific contract proposal but, >r. MacPherson feels, once the alks gefs underway, an agree- nent will be reached quickly, f would expect to have a new contract resolved by Christ- he said. John Boras, chairman of the Separate School District, de- clined to predict how long the alks will take. Mr. Boras said the teachers IBVC submitted a tentative con- ract proposal but he declined o elaborate on the (eachcr re- quests contained in the pro osal. Talks with separate school district teachers are also ex- pected to begin within the next Lwo weeks. The current contract expires Dec. 31. Experimental adopting a systematic pr cedure, one which begins wi translating objectives to find o where the student is going. "The next step is to pre-test the learners to determine each student's already mastered skills and his readiness to pro- ceed wittr a given task. "There must be alternate in- structural strategies to help the student reach his goal. No OHR teaching method must be considered sacred." To know when the student lias reached, his goal. Dr. Bevan said pre-determined criteria must be used to judge the stu- dent's actual achievement. 'If the student has ac- complished his objective, he can proceed to the next goal in the sequence. If he lias not, lie must either be re-taught dif- ferently, or allowed to continue! with the present method for a In a guarded reply, the board authorized a letter be prepared oiztlV.iing the necessary re- quirements. Trustees Vaselenuk and Ma- tlsz, joined at times by Bob Kimmit, s u p e rintendent of schools, cautioned that a reply could be used to gain Canadian entry whereas it could other- wise be more difficult. The question of foreign stu- dents, particularly those from Hong Kong, has stimulated con- troversy at all levels of educa- tion in many Canadian centres. Trustee Vaselenuk said Hong Kong residents "must be laughing behind our (Cana- dian) backs" because Cana- dians are picking up their edu- cation tab. Trustee Vaselenuk asked whether it was in. the in- terest of taxpayers to admit foreign students. Well-known physician dies at 71! comes to city About 90 tickets remain to each of (lie Nov. 9 and 10 per- formances of Theatre T, an ex- periment a! theatrical group from Montreal. Tlie company will stage Mar- lowe's Doctor F austus Thurs- day and Little Theatre of the Green Goose by Galczinski and BOARD IS UP TO DATE The women's liberation move- ment appears to be slithering its way into affairs oE the Leth- bridge Public School Board, A the board's regular meet- ing Tuesday night, a report on a committee meeting was re- ceived and all women who are members the committee were designated as "Ms." rather than or "Miss." "That's was ard chairman, Dr. Doug Mac- Pherson's comment when the new designation was brought to his attention. "How do you pronounce trustee Carl Johnson inquired. "Ifs up to date like every- thing else said trustee Reg Turner. The Measures Taken by Brecht Friday. The plays will be performed' in the University of Lethbrklge drama studio where the aud- ience is restricted to 180 peo- ple. The theatre group is per- forming in tiie city primarily for (he benefit of U of L drama students. Tickets for each performance are per person or for both productions. They may be purchased at the main switch- board in the academic resi- dence building or from the drama fepartment in the phy- sical education fine arts build- CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB L MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. tower Level PHONE 327-2822 16 PIECE Lady Arnold DINNERWARE SETS Consists of 4 cups and 4 xauc- ers, 4 soup bowls, 4 dinner plates, REGULAR 5.49 Special, J 35 Sel Only CALL CHINA 327-5767 DOWNTOWN longer period of time. Dr. Bevan defined a behav- we i iorally-statcd objective as one 1.OKNK WATSON Piano concert tonight Pianist Lome Watson per- forms tonight in (lie first of ;i scries of concerts snnnsoml hy the University of at in the Yiiios Mernorinl Centre. The concert program includes works hy H n y d n, tFioptn, Jncqucs-Hctu n n rl Eckrmrrit- Grnmntte. Tickets arc available from Leister's Music Ltd., (lie uni- versity .switchboard operator, nnd tlic Ynlc.s liox office imme- diately prior to Iho perform- ance. (he stuflenis' learning with the anticipated outcome, We must observe what the students, not which specifies precisely the particular skill or behavior the student is to acquire, in terms of observable behavior and not the content to be covered, Tlie objective would state nu. oujL'uiivu wouiu siate we ourselves, are said j whal the student will do. under iDr' Wnal conditions tic will per- A well-known Lethbridge phy- sician died suddenly Tuesday while on a fishing trip at Police Lake. Dr. E. V, Spnckmim was 78. lie had been a general prac- I tilioner in the city since 1929 was still practising at the time of his death. 13r. Spackman was born in Utah and studied medicine in Minnesota before moving to Lcthbridge. Funeral arrangements are to he announced later, "We can laconic more effec- five than we are at present by ,11 pe form, and the level of achieve- ment expected. Letlibridge constituency Where they are Kcitli Hancock. Soc' Credit. .1 social al V p.m. Iwlay at tiie Mormon Church, Raymond. Cnnvnssing all tiny ami evening Thursday in Lcthtiridge. Hal Hoffman, Mew Democrat, from 7 (o 10 p.m. today al Hie Quick Clmnpe Art Gallery and Restaurant, 13th St. N. Ml day and evening Thursday can- vassint; in IvCthbridfie. Ken Hurllmrt. Conservative, at p.m. addressing at pub- lie meeting at llu1 town hall in Pnirhrr f'rook todav. Canvass-1 P, all day and evening Tluirs- day in Lclhbridge. Andy Russell, Lihcrnl, can- vassing tomght in Fort Mac- IcocK In Picliivc Hullo Thurs- day until p.m. and can- vassing in lafe afternoon in North I.olhbric'pc. At a mcol- Andy public gathering al p.m. Thursday the Polish Hall, 745 JDLh St. N. 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