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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta DID KNOW For only enjoy o 2 country milo 30 day Irianglo Irin. Visit Calgary, Van- couver, Snn Francisco, Los Angelei, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgcry. Slop wiiere you long as you Wflnl. For further details contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 328-8184 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, September, 1, 1971 PAGES 17 TO 30 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY SHOP 3rd Ave., M.M. Drlv. S. Phono 328-8161 "The Pionfcr and Leading Retail Shop In Lethbridge" FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS KIWI FLIGHT LOG A book wrilten by Cliff Tait, an amaleur New Zealand airman who flew around iho world in a small, single-engined plane, is presenled to the City of Lsllibridge, represented by Mayor Andy Anderson. During his flight Mr. Tait visited Lelhbridge, and nearly a page of his book is devoleci 1o recognilion of "Ihe genial hospilalily received from the citizens of Lethbridge" by Mr. Tait. The presentalion is made by Frank Smilh, manager of Travel and Convention Asso- ciation of Southern Alberla. Churchill has heavy enrolment pressure Registration at Winston Churchill High School this fall has exceeded expectations by about 90 students. The school administraion had expected 004 students and based staff requirements 31 [eachers on l.hal figure. Always difficult to predict accurately, student enrolment LS now well in excess of 700. Thirty students have moved nlo the city from outside ccn- ,res, a number of Ihem from Calgary. Wayne Tcrriff, Win- iton principal, termed t a "suaprisingly large" lumber. Another 30 were students last r'ear at Catholic Central High School. Of Ihese, three are iouth-side residents. Again, the number is more ban the school anticipated. A'insfon Churchill insists these iludcnts must have parental ;onscnt; olbcnvise there is no for such a switch. An addilional 13 south-side indents (ranfcrrod from the jcthbridge Collegiate Institute. Boundaries for high school stu-1 These are fairly evenly split I dents were partially waived last' between former Coalhurst and year and sludents are free to Kate Andrews High School stu- attend either school. dents. Thirteen students are from I While the influx has piesent- Ihe County of Letlihridge. i cd certain problems, generally CLIFF BLACK, CerliFicd Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 Steve Houlton dies at 76 H. G. (Steve) Houlton of Broxbum, reeve of Ihe County cf Letbbridge since it was formed in 1964, died Tuesday at Ihe age of 76 years. Blood clinic continues The spirit is there but Uie physical condition sometimes isn't. One of every fen people visit- ing the Bed Cross Blood clinic Aug. 31 was turned away for I medical reasons. A blood pint quota of 950, pints has been set 50 pin'us j more than Uie quota set for flic 1970 blood clinic. Red Cross blood clinic tunes are: 1 to 3 p.m. and C lo 9 p.m. today and to 11 a.m. and G to 9 p.m. tomorrow, Sept. 2. Active in community affairs for many years, he was presi- dent of the Vegetable Growers' Marketing Association in 1944, chairman of the board of man- agement of the Gait Rehabilita- tion Centre in 1956, chairman of the Mhbridgc Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing Home District board in 19CO, a mem- ber of the Municipal District of Lelhbridge council since 1954 and reeve of Ihe County of Lethbridge since 19W, rep- resenting Division 1 in the MD and comity and a member cf the Oldmau River Regional Plaiminj; Commission. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed by Martin Bros. Ltd. the extra students have been absorbed into the system with no major dislocations in the over-all scheme of things, Mr. Terriff said. There was a certain amount of pressure on optional courses such as law, art and industrial arts but with limctahlc and some increases in class load this was being handled adequately, he said. Religious study program approved for Lethbridge public high schools Lelhbridge public schools this year embark on a far- reaching religious studies op- tional course designed to assist students in devploping and un- derstanding pthical values. Prompted by an application from Winston Churchill High School to offer the course lo Grade 10 students in the 1072 spring semester, the public school board Tuesday decided to apply to the department of education for a system-wide religious studies course. Jim Anderson, assistant prin- cipal at Churchill told trustees he hoped the course would fill a gap in students' high school curriculum. He emphasized it would be optional only, and that it is in no way a traditional religious education program. "Our primary sources will be all the religions of the he said, adding that if the teacher "tried to push any- thing on the students the stu- dents would rapidly reject the entire course. I The new program became I Westminster school plans non-grading Now at Camm's A Complete Stock "NORTHSTAR" JOGGERS Boys' and gills' sizes 1 to 5, men's 6 to 11, also leenagc sizes. Jus! in lime for back- lo-sclionl. of Go to Mm head of tho doss in Children's Shoes by Savage ond Misses' Brown succli: tin 2 [nun Brown