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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Tuelday, September 26, 1973-------------------------------------- Home and school council concerned ivith open area By JUDE TUIUC Herald Slalf Writer The fall mceiiiig schedule of the Lcthbrklgc Council of Home and Scliool Associations opened Inst evening with open area classrooms heading the list of discussions. Dr. 0. P. Larson, represen- tative of the public school board, was on hand to answer questions dealing with open area. He commented that there "is no reason why parents can't play a prominent part" in de- ciding whether a school should implement open area classes. "The will of the majority should prevail, after giving due consideration to all the he said, and "all con- cerned should come to a gen- eral as to the typo of school desired in any given area. Dr. Larson explained the "primary reason in support o! the open area, is that it provides 'staff members with much grealer flexibility wilhin types of instructional approaches Members of the council ex- pressed agreement with the idea of all parents voicing their opinions regarding further de- velopment of open area. It added that active participation would ensure the enactment of the wishes of the majority. Other topics considered in eluded the assurance that the home and school associations and affiliated federations were See the complete catalogue at The letMmdge Herald Printing Lithographing Cor. 7th St. 5th St. 5. Phone 327-3203 e only recognized voice of a parent body. The council urged Involve- rent in the home and school nd an understanding that as a ederalion, it held direct con- act with the provincial govera- icnt on educational matters. Suggestions were brought to he attention of council mem- ers in connection with high chcol driver training programs s well. Mrs. Ruth Daw, council hoirman, said that as the re- ult cf a parent canvass, driv r training was polled as i frill wliich might be done vithout." She said if there .vere to be !s made in prcgram allot- ments, the canvass revealed a concensus to cut this education rrogram rather than any oth In conclusion, it was decide to hold a special meeting at p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 10 in Ham Iton Junior High School, to ob- tain an initial reaction and brief on the recent Worth Re- port convention held in Olds, Alherta, from Individual fed- erations. All interested persons are welcome to attend. d out an Mrs. Ruth Rittenhouse has been appointed convener of Profile, the fall fashion show sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi. Among those modelling for the event will be Helen Ber- lancio, Donna Bertsch, Pat Pe- tersen, Huth Elzinga; Alice Foder, Carol Fekete, Cheryl Thompson, Gay Hussell, Anne Campbell. Profile will be featured at the Yates Memorial Centre, Oct. 17 and 18. TIA AND BAiCE SALE At The Y.M.C.A, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER P.M. Put on by the SOCIAl CREDIT WOMEN'S AUXILIARY EVERYONE WELCOME -f YTFCA news Not only are all our programs off and running but so are the people involved. For those who attend the keep fit, swimming, badminton or volleyball classes, many new or unused muscles are be- ing discovered and are openly protesting. For those involved in the mass confusion of reg- istering, facts, figures, money and receipts will haunt their thoughts for a few more weeks. It has been a very successful opening week for the co-opera- tive programs and we welcome back our past participants and especially welcome our new- comers. Notable items: Although many of our co-op programs have started, this week is not too late to register. The YWCA would like to ex- tend apologies for any incon venience experienced by the people attending our yoga classes. Despite this week's unavoid able mix-up, our class will mos get under way Thursday 8-9 p.m. at the Bow- man Arts Centre and it prota- ses to be Blue Triangles and the Y Teen programs, get under way his week. (Announcements vere in Saturday's paper and also given to the The Y is In desperate need of English teachers. Major qualifications required are an interest in new Canadians and a general liking of people. Volunteer typists and leaders for some of our youth programs are needed. The YWCA Is busy organiz- ing its corps of 30 volunteers for the United Appeal canvass and reminds everyone it sup- ports and is supported by the United Appeal. Don't forget the New-to-You Shop open from p.m. Monday through Saturday. For further information re- garding the YWCA and it's pro- grams phone 327-2234. Toastmistress club hosts training meet Lethbridge was the focus of cate with their groups and com- attention for the Glacier Re- munily. gional fourth annual council Representatives attended Officers Training Session of In- from Montana, North Dakota, SNOW MOWER AT WORK Gregg Robinson, 807 7th St. S., regarded the pile of fluffy white stuff in front of his home as a challenge. Putting his initiative to work, he borrowed the family lownmower to cut a pslhwoy. Unfortunately, he didn't get very far as the snow packed into the blades and put the mower out of commission until the next thaw sets in. -Walter Kerber, pholo -A C.atenaar JLocal Christian Science testimony meeting Wednesday p.m. in church auditorium, 1203 4Ui Ave. S. Everyone welcome. The Scarlet and Gold of the RCMP wives will meet Wed- nesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Glenda IlewglU, 1305 20th St. N. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Jeanne Singer and Mrs. Angela Wheeler. A get- acquainted gathering will fol- low to discuss the centennial project. Members of the Anne Camp- bell Tour Singers are asked to meet p.m. Wednesday al the home of Mrs. Campbell t( prepare the Oct. 21 program to: the provincial convention of Al berta Choral Directors. Mr Earl Terry will be key speak er and choral instructor. Eegis tration will be at 7 p.m. at to University of Lethbridge. Wrong numbers can be a pain! The montlily meeting of Mc- illop TJCVV will be held on Vedncsday at p.m. in the committee room. Mrs. B. A. Giacomazzi will present a talk nd demonstration on flower rrangements 'for 'home and hurch. All women of the con- regation are welcome. Madil! mit will conduct the devotional and the Castles unit will sup- ply refreshments. A rummage sale, sponsora >y the Sir Alexander Gal Chapter of the IODE, will be held at 3 a.m. Saturday in Ih boxing room at the Civic Sports Centre. ternational Toastmistress Clubs. Alderman V e r a Ferguson welcomed the officers at the opening session of the recent two-day meeting. She stated that women are now learning to express them- selves and are emerging as per- sons. The greatest deterrent to hu- man relations was lack of com- munications, she said, and that we must speak freely for our own growth. Supervisor Helen Stevens called on Toastmistresse6 to ig- nite the flame wilhin their or- ;anizations and asked members re-define their goals and ob- ectives and to work toward eir attainment. She also said training was essential as Toastmislresses, >ecause only then could they relate, educate and communi- THOUGHTFULNESS IN GRIEF All belongings of a 13-year-ol( girl who died of cancer hav been turned over to the Um tarian Service Committee as gift for a needy child oversea USC Headquarters is at 5 Sparks Street, Ottawa KIP 5B Wee Whimsy I VERA FERGUSON TEXTILES START COWANSVILLE, Quo. (CP) The first foot of natural silk woven in Canada was made hi what is now part of the finishing section of Bruck Mills in this community south of Montreal. From this modest beginning, Eruck Mills has grown to be- come the third largest textile manufacturer in the area and Canada's largest manufacturer of synthetic textiles. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upslmrt) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. LETHBRIDGE FISH GAME ASSOC. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHIIDREN UNDER Ifl _________ Wrong numbers aren't funny. In fact, they can be a pain. Like when you're in the tub, and the phone rings. So you run to answer it. On the way, your feet become intimately acquainted with your golf clubs. But you make it to the phone, You pick it up, and it's a wrong number! That really hurts! So don't you be a pain to others. Belore you dial, check the number in your tele- phone directory and jot it down. Before the phone comes off the hook guess it's a stalemate Anything under J20< makes me look old and anything over makes my husband look old." IN! THE ZS LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 54 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increaiing numlier per week until won) HI GAME JACKPOT GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 49 NUMBERS HEE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND QUESTS NORMANDY LOUNG1 Children under 16 not allowed Sponiored by ladies Auxiliary to Canadian have WORLD OF SHOES BOOTS BOOTS and more BOOTS 'OW ONES HIGH ONES ZIPPERS LACES PULL ONS LINED OR UNLINED PLATFORM SOLES All STYLES SEE THEM AT WORLD OF SHOES 317A SIXTH STREET SOUTH ;