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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD Friday, Soplemtber S5, 1970 x; WHAT THE STUDENTS SEEK Project Recall needs pictures, slides, documents, letters and everything else of historic interest, which students will photograph and return immediately. This old scene shows Lethbridge in 1911, at the corner of 5th St. and 4th Ave. S., looking north. On the left, the large building is now the Alexan- dra Hotel; some of the other buildings have been removed cr completely remodelled in the past 59 years. Note the trees, and the fashionable maxis. Project Recall Seeks The Past Project Recall is the combined operation by tory by visiting places and in- of a Hamilton Junior audio visual ves'tigating local events, rat School class project and and outdoor educat i er than simply memorizing project needs assistance its main purpose dates. Lethbridge allow students to study Bruce Haig says he Educationists By Indian Spokesman By JIM to Indian of looking after, our Herald Education Canada by a member of Mr. Carolina EDMONTON An Association of sioned plea for an brought tears to who reflect the preva- of many delegates to attitudes of the dominan Canadian you guardians of know- conference principles, spirituality, are not fit guar- Cardinal, of our Indian children. 800 delegates at the programs are irrele- iHHSr told the educationists to our people. JSjtMBF s so far done nothing the Indians of Alberta, v' for the Indian be the guardians of our of children, which is guaran- S systems have in our treaties." said a new tvpe of Indian are continuing to fail would be trained he said. "Your own statistics both the old ways ant on the average 95 per ways needed to survive in all Indian people fail weapons will be shan Grade 12 (compared with a 20 per cent dropout Mr. Cardinal said, the rest of they will be verbal and de- to return to Indians say our people are Wins casualties, rather Lban failures. Educators sense of pride and self-confidence. Miss Simone Therese Zook best to make us buffalo is gone, and we cently was awarded the Lethbridge Alberta Teachers' Association Local 41 we are the failures, rather ;han themselves, and many to you, the dominant society for our food, clothing and shelter. We must know the If is awarded an the basis succeed in high average obtained the Indian and the habits of thi year in the Faculty of teachers, your society." tion, at the University of your very textbooks said the Indians will also "teach the dominant society to Miss Zook is the daughter and are a vehicle to' the land, the earth which Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Zook our children to Lethbridge. we are Inferior beings, it as we love it, for we been here for thousands of years, and yours is but a time. the people of this land, the scattered, areas wil: gather together and sit in deep meditation. "We will weep for the lost herds of buffalo. We will weep for the destruction of the earth, of the land which was once will weep for the poison- of the air which we We rail weep for the poisoning of the waters which drink. "We will weep for the de- FOR of our spirit and our pride, and will contemplate BIDS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR people wno nave con- our destiny and the des- 1965 PONTIAC of our lifegivers for the past few hundred years. 2-DOOR HARDTOP will recall our rooted Power steering and brakes, radio, rear seat and will turn to our fore- V-8 and look inward to our- This car has some fire damage under hood, this unit is very fact we have survived Can be seen by past few hundred years JOE CHENGER give us strength, endur- and tolerance, so that we BENY CHEVROLET be an even greater peo- Jnd Ave. and 9th St. S. Phone The future achievements of our people will be even greater than they were in the past." f LABOR Corner 13th St, and 2nd Ave. N. SOCIAL FRIDAY, SEPT. 25th 8.30 Music by the "MINT COVER CHARGE MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED The "BEL AIRES" will be playing in the Clubrooms Friday Saturday Evening.. c fc__ _ _ _ ___ _ __ and his students hope to learn various systems of photography and audio visual display through collecting old photos interviewing local and cataloguing them together "We hope to organize slide anc'. sound presentations to il lustrate what Lethbridge was like in the 1890s, or 1920s, or a various stages of its Mr. Haig said. Other possible sets would in elude changes in city theatres churches, and the research sta tion; sports development, the Coalhurst min.e disaster, ant other historic events ant changes. Mr. Haig plans to vork close ly with George Watson, cura tor of the Sir Alexander Gait Museum but also hones to col- lect pictures from othei sources. "We'd like to borrow prints, slides and anything of that na- tur; from people who have them stored away so we can photograph them ourselves to add to the Mr. Haig said. "We'll take complete respon- sibility for their safety and quick return to their owners." Everyone who can help, he said, can contact him at UK school or could contact him through the Lethbridge Histori- cal Society, which has provided him with limited financial assis- tance for the' project. The various slide series would be made available to city schools and organizations. Another interest the class has is to photograph old documents, important letters, clothing and similar material. About 75 students will be in- volved in Project Recall, which will have its own small room (now a storage room) at the school. Equipment is borrowed from Mr. Haig and students' >arents, and the project could ilso benefit from donations or ending of photographic, projec- tion and copying facilities. A similar much less exten- sive program was operated suc- cessfully by Mr. Haig last year at HJHS. Woman Hurt In Car Crash One person is in Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and dam- ge is estimated at as result of a ear-truck colli- ion about p.m. Thursday, hree miles south' of Lethbridge n Highway 5. Mrs. Clyne Barker of Mag- ath is reported to be in fair condition in hospital with fa- ial lacerations and suffering rorrr shock. Her husband, river of the car, was not in- ured. Apparently a half-ton truck ras abandoned partly on the portion of the high- when the Harker car was i collision with it. An RCMP pokesman said. Registered owner of the truck is Don barker of Magrath. Lutheran Minister Expresses Regret At Declining Respect For Institutions SAIT Grads South The Southern Alberta Insti- ute ot Technology held its an- ual graduation ceremonies re- with the following south- Alberta students included mong those receiving diplo- mas. In petroleum technology, Bob Payne Wheeler of Lethbridge nd Maurice Leroy Mars den, ardsotn; chemical technology, arry Wayne Osaka, Picture utte; aircraft technology, Leo- ard Keith Filmer, Lethbridge; dietary service technology, Ber- nadette Fox of Picture Butle and Janice Catherine Urv o 1 d, Nobleford. By JOAN BOWMAN Herald Stafl Writer A Lutheran minister, due to leave Lelhbridge next month after seven years in the city, says he is "not really discour- aged" by the general disen- chantment with religion, but re- grets the declining respect for institutions, including the church. Rev. E. R. Moody, pastor at Christ Trinity Lutheran Church since 1963, will conduct his last service in the city Oct. 11. He will leave later in the month for rural charges south of Regina. The London born pastor, 51, said "the pendulum is starting to swing the other but meanwhile older values are changing "and the church as an institution is going with them. "The gospel is as relevant to- day as it's ever been, but peo- ple are not listening. The church is certainly not getting through to them." One of the values which is on the wane is respect for the sab- bath. A closed Sunday used to be a distinctive feature of Can- ada. "Now we are going Amer- he said. Closed Sundays were "good for tile people and hindered ex- ploitation of the working the mainstay employees of busi- nesses on the weekends. (Late night shopping was introduced for the same reason as open Sundays, Mr. Moody contended. "They said it was 'for the but late shop- ping is really just to bring in more The over all decrease in re- spect for others is shown by the indifferent attitude of by- standers to funeral corteges, he said. CADET NEWS The RCSSC Chinook will pa- rade Monday ait 7 p.m., with "iberty boats at p.m. The first period will cover :eamanship boat constrac- ion, boat crew, company drill nd cheers. The second period viK cover pulling oars, leader- ship training and service infor- mation. People used to take off their hats when a hearse passed. Now they do nothing or "we have trouble keeping cars from cut- ting into the procession." Respect for women is dis- appearing, a situation "w h i c h women have brought on them- selves." In the U.S. they are asking for equal rights with men, bul women "should have a priv- ileged position. After all they are mothers and wives. "I'm Victorian about this, I guess." Old people are no longer re- vered or listened to. "They're just in the way." The armed forces, another in- stitution, "are not being paid any attention. A soldier is a hero during war and not good enough to wipe one's feet, on in Mr. Moody said of prevailing attitudes toward the military. An RCAF veteran of the Sec- ond World War and currently chaplain of the Lethbridge branches of the Royal Cana- dian Legion and Array, Navy and Air Force, Mr. Moody said HEV. E. R. MOODY I QUALITY DENTURE I CLINIC I EDDY DIETRICH I Certified Dental Mechanic I Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-7684 M he felt "betrayed by my coun- try" when the new national flag was introduced. "People died under the old one. The new flag and unifica- tion have taken away the forces' pride." However, the church, like the military, is called upon by. the public during times of in wars or depressions. "And the church (and the forces) will be there again the next time to assume its role." Cost Of Education No Real Problem EDMONTON (Staff) Pro- vincial governments should not become too frightened at the current projections of what education will cost them by 1975, the Ontario minister of education told the Canadian Education Association. Speaking to more than 800 delegates to the association's annual conference, William Da- vis said he wished projections had teen made in 1964 of what education would be costing to- day. "I think we might have found those projections then nearly as frightening as the ones we are looking at Mr. Davis said. Yet we've been able to meet Ee high figures today, which we would have found just as frightening then and we've still been able to improve our quality of education in the pro- cess. "I believe that in spite of the concerns we are now feeling over the investment that will be required in 10 or 15 years, and the greater need for effi- ciency and for innovations, our society will be. able to meet the demand." Mr. Davis told the confer- ence b.5 was tired of constant debate over whether new meth- ods should be introduced in education, including more in- dividualized student instruction: "I've been going through these debates for eight years now, and I sometimes wonder if they're ever going to end- Surely the role of tte individ- ual in the system has been rec- ognized even if not as much as it should be. "It's now time we faced the practical problems of imple- menting this into our education process, and stop talking about it." (Ontario has started to im- plement Uie Hall-Dennis report on education in Ontario, which called for widespread f revision of almost every stage of the province's education sys- tem.) WANJED TRUCK DRIVER WITH GOOD DRIVING RECORD Must be clean, neat and courteous. Over 25 years of age. Apply in person to CANADIAN PROPANE CONS. LTD. 3321 No. 3 Highway East LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 6 E HARDWARE IS CLOSING OUT THEIR ENTIRE APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT TIME IS RUNNING OUT! THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO PURCHASE A QUALITY WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCE AT THE LOWEST PRICE EVER ALL APPLIANCES SOLD DURING THIS SALE WILL BE SERVICED AND WARRANTEED BY WESTINGHOUSE FACTORY SERVICE MEN WESTINGHOUSE 5 CYCLE DISHWASHER Reg. CLOSE-OUT SPECIAL WESTINGHOUSE 25" INSTANT-ON TV SET '209 TERMS ARRANGED ALL SALES FINAL FREE DELIVERY WESTINGHOUSE 12 CU. FT. 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