Clipped From The Ottawa Journal
School -. ' - Sirs: The Journal's 'Yea-;' ture teacher" Stan Josey's 'one day behind- the dear at St Andrew's West End Separate School made roe most grateful to be a product of another West End Separate School, . St Malachy's now known as Holy Rosary). . In those .days, .Mr. Josey'. would have had ne problem' , in distinguishing 'the girls from the boys. For the most part, the girls were off to-school Willi dean,' shining Answer Critics Sirs: Re the letters (Jan. (. 25) of L. E. Harris and F. Duffy. I have never seen either of these gentlemen at the Canadian Tuberculosis Hospital at ,. Quang Ngai, South Vietnam during the six Days . hair, neat little dresses, skirts and blouses. The boys had their hair carefully cut and combed and they wore little trousers, shirts and sweaters. .-. , - -St Malachy's teachers honored silence by having the pupils practise "tongue con-. troT as opposed to "voice control,' bat that was long ago and today's enlightened age seems to go for self-expression in . the dassroouv plenty of, noise and some little ladle in blue jeans. Perhaps Mr. Josey's observations should make some of our teachers, parents. Journalists and so-called in-tellegentsia of the day ask the - question for whom does the bell really toll? . CERALDINE McKENNIREY, 972 Gladstone Avenue, -Ottawa.