Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
IS THE LETHBSIDGE r. Inclciy, April M, 1977 mediad detective TURONTO shouldn't ask Iriul K' she did at work Chances mi- p a human bile for evidc-r: echo) content. Mrs. Kcl'lx-l chemists in the I o i branch of the sic Seances, a tario'a !il c.' r Nearly hnli of Icagucs aro k-mak'S niul they aboul their vujrk in a dedicated hut TnEiUer-iJi-fiK-i manner. Mrs. Kcbbr-l. wife ct ac- countiinl, hns worked in MIL' kih for lltn.'t' y v a r s handles about 250 a year, most in- volving people died .sud- denly ami from nn cause appar- ent after an autopsy. She enjoys Ihu .search for ilie "It's like putting to- gether Lhc pieces of a jigsaw puzzle." So far, IKIS not been asked to investigate the feu murder eases which come Lrj the lOjdcoloRV section each DuL she tv.'ice contributed to removing the .suspicion hanging over the heads cf relatives ol dead persons Police were snlh- ficd thai no [onl play was in- volved when Gail reported Mini the victims h.ul taken overdose of citlier accidentally or to coinniil Miiculc, When ;m older iwr.son dies for nn obvious reason, it's Mrs. Rubbers task to look parlieu- Inrly for a high level of alcohol or barbiturates in Iheir system. In tli-j case of n 1 ;i I cur crashes, coroners arc interested m i ck ground circumstances sn she looks primarily for alcohol content in blood .samples. If a dead person is suspected of hnvintf been a heroin addict, slic searches lor traces of mor- phine in the bile sample Alcohol, not drugs, is slill tliu prime killer, M. director of the forensic centre. It takes its toll both through nn acute or in traffic fa- talities cruised by impaired driving. year, ('.ail and her col- leagues investigated cases and discovered that fewer Hum jOG deaths could he attributed to nn overdose of ci- ther accidentally or on purpose. frail's experience makes her pnrt icuVirly concerned about the pi Mic's Ignorance thai "drills and alcohol don't mix." She point.1! to the disturlM-tl honseuife who stocks up on tranquillizers and pick-me-ups to drown her troubles. If she stalls drinking too, sho can become confused and forget. how many pills she's taken, Gail said. "One (toy she'll Lake one drink or one pill loo many, col- lapse in a coma and never wake up." BC LTD. Campus Corner ItKHNlCK m.RIJ'] Lrlhbridfic Community College As another college year draws lo a close can't help Ixning caught up in the nostalgia and sadness of pnrling who arc graduating anrl won't be back next year. Mixed with this sadder feeling is one of happiness. "I can't believe it, almost fini.sh- cfl." MosL I.CC stiKtenla will complete their semester nflcr next week (April But right now the predomin- ant feeling of every college stu- ilent isn't happy or sad it's one of rush, crnm and panic. Most of us are spending long hoars in the library pushing ourselves to that Icrm pa- per done' or making our way through endless chapters in preparation fnr an exam. Let's face it! We're tired, worn out and we're roally wish- ing we hadn't left everything to the minute. Some .students, It would ap- pear, stilJ have sonic energy in reserve. Especially the Moor hockey participants. the past couple oF weeks various intramural teams have played al noun. The winner of the series, due to the shortage of lime left, Mill be the team which lins won the most games. Spectators have been as cn- tliused as the players, as Die fast action and fancy stick han- dling Ls entertaining. Some nave even reported the rewarding ex- perience of having a doughnut added lo their lunch, As far as social activities arc concerned, the plnns for grad- uation arc being finalized. The scheduled date is April 29, the convocation v, ill bey in at p.m. aL Kouthminster United Church. Guest, speaker will lie .f. Cousins, former Dean of Education of LCC. The evening at the exhibition pavilion opens with cocktails Choir leader Anne Campbell konored by sorority women A HAIRY PROBLEM Joe Ring, of Norwich, Conn., a senior at 51. Bernards High School in Montville, Conn., gels an "Afro" for his parl in the school's presenlation of West Side Slory. After a throe-hour ordeal involving SO rollers and a permanent ot a men's hair slylist shop, he finds he can't got into his Volkswagen. (AP Wirepholo) Anne Campbell, conductor of ircc choirs, was re- cntly honored by Tau Chap- er, Beta Sigma Chi. at (lie ome of Mrs. Elliel Iliggins, ocial sponsor. Mrs. Campbell presenl- d with a Rota Sigma Phi tra- ilional yellow- rose, an en- favcd spoon and a certificate f recognition. Born and raised in Suther- anu, Saskalch c D n, Mrs. ampbcll came to Alberta fol- owing her marriage to Don .impbcll lirst to Picture B itc her husband operates a ardware business, and then to ,ethbridge. She founded the Tccn Clefs in 963, and the clioir was chosen o represent Alberta in the Na- ional Centennial Festival in 067. l''rom Ibis nucleus, the Anne Campbell Singers were formed n 1068, and have competed [or op festival honors many times, ncluding the Canadian Kedcra- ion of Music 1'cstivals award. Right diamond, right price By JEAN Women SITAKP 's Kdiior From lo The banquet follows. The band for the danco will Evening Rain from Medicine JIat. The students who are gradu- ating will be froir the one-year certificate programs and from the two-year diploma program, Students will be sending out per- sonal and formal invitations (or the ceremonies and banquet. The dance will be open to ev- eryone. For (hose students who are coming back next year or for :hosc who know of friends or younger brothers or sisters who ivill he coming to the college, the 1972-73 calendar is available. The calendar bas been chang- ed this year from one large complete issue Lo six smaller soparaLe editions, and arc avail- able Tor Hie following depart- ments: agriculture, nursing, lib- eral education, business, and vo- cational-techmcaL As a result of this division rsludents will receive only the calendar that contains the formation for the field they are interested in. Along with each pamphlet sent out, the Student Services and General Inlirmalion calen- dar he included to give the person inquiring an idea of tho rules and general background ol the college. The nnw Students' Council Is well into the suing of things and have conducted two meet- ings without the aid of the old council. They arc enthusiastic and their motto .seems to be "let's moke next year the beat year ever." Would you believe they arc already uorkiny im plans for Fro.sh week for the fall .semes tor? So as thi.s senu'slcT ends, good luck to everyone in their exams, enjoy your .summer and sec you back next year? TORONTO (CP) It is pos- sible to get the ring the gir] loves at a price the boy can afford if you know a little bcniL what makes a diamond jood, nnd choose your jeweller Harold a register- id jeweller with the American jem SocieLy, says it was easier n tnlk turkey about engage- ment rings when boys arrived .lone to buy them. "Now the couple comes to- jethcr 90 per cent of thn time. You could always talk to a man about quantity and quality, hut a young lady is primarily inter- eslccl in Ihe style of the ring, and she loves that ring. It may not be a good stone, or it might he more than lie wants lo spend. "The right way to approach it from the quality of the dia- mond. You can drop the grade ami maintain the size of the COMING EVENTS ANNE CAMPBELL SPRING SING SUNDAY. APP.Il 16 UTHDRinGC SYMPHONY CONCERT MONDAY, APRIl 17 WHITE HEATHER SCOTTISH CONCERT PARAMOUNT THEATRE, WEDNESDAY, APRIL LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. YOUR SOUND anrf POWER SPECIALISTS SEE US tvcrcndy Mollory Bnlleriei Mallory BASF Blank Casscllci Eloclrovoice Needles Cnrlrijgoj Eleclrovoicfi AKG Microphone! Gnrncl Ampi g. Alice Speakan Tape Accciioriei Zenith Hearing Aids Afl typei Tapci A Rccorc.'i Muiitnl Inilrumonll of oil kintfs brnnd n With mnny of eyptricr.ee You tc nnurcd of roori -.rjrvice, friendly cjtmojphtrr, pci'livcr prk'-i nnrl r.Kcellcnf ilr.rk. bo com- LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., IETHBRIDGE diamond and drop the price. The young couple should under- stand there arc various quali- ties, and what goes into making up Ihe quality of the diamond. "Then you can intelligently decide what you like in your price range." AFFECT QUALITY "There are (our main (actors thai affect Ihe quality of a dia- mond. "The first is the cut. The dia- mond is a collector of light. All (tie light that enters a diamond from (he top should he return- ed. If it leaks light it can look wishy-washy because it's too thin or dark because it's too Ihick. TCrillicince refers to the amount of light returned by a diamond. "The fire comes from the lop cul. It comes from Ihe breaking up of light dial makes I li c color. "The second thing is color The finest color in a diamond is no color, a colorless dia- mond. As the very sliphlcs linge of yellow creeps in, Ihe price slideg down. When the yellow becomes so yellow il is color, the diamond becomes a fancy stone. "Some people like off color diamonds. "The third tiling that affects quality is the clarity of Ihe clia mond, and I believe this is llu big variant, if inclusions don' affect color or the bcatily o the stone. It can take the prici down considerably." NEED TRAINED EYE All inclusion is a flaw tha can be seen by a trained eye i proper lighting, with a correct cd glass, under JO-powcr mag nification. "The fourth thing that affect the price is the size of a dia mond. In the case of a rilamon the word carat refers lo weighl not volume, There are 100 point in a carat. People confuse fac els and poinls. "There are 58 faccls in a ful cut diamond, and facets hav nothing to do with the numbe of points. Point is a unit weight." Mr. Weinstein says If peopl buying n diamond know thcs things and choose their jewellc well, they can decide which fac tors matter most to them buy their diamond to suit them The choir qualified to sing and won at the International Eisteddfod in Wales, the Tec- ANNE CAMPBELL idc Festival in Middlcsborough, nd Bournemouth Music Com- ctilion In England. The Tccn Clefs, under Mrs. Campbell's direction, perform- ed al Expo '70 In Osaka, Japon, ind were also runners up in in internalional radio competi- tion. The immcdinlc plans of the nne Campbell lingers and i'ecn Clefs, is a return visit to Vales to compete in the Eistedd- ord and a singing lour of England c-nd Europe, Mrs. Campbell directs tbreo ihoirs in the city; the South- minster Junior Choir, an ecu- menical choir of girls, aged 9 o 13; Anne Campbell Singers, ;lrls aged 14 to 18; and the ?een Clefs, Rirls aged 18 to 25. Mrs. Campbell began her iinging career at the age ol icvcn, and was directing a sen- or choir at the age of 14 She studied piano, acquired hree degrees and also holds her Associalc of Toronto Con- icrvatory of Music in singing. Popular Egyptian singer is ivojtwiis rights leader CAIRO (AP) A beautiful lopular singer w h o in lilting ,unes inspires Egyptian soldiers .0 prepare for battle also heads a war committee lo mobilize the for homo-front chores. Faida K a m o 1, whose songs are heard across the Arab world, is a member of Parlia- ment and a women's rights loader in a country with Mos- lem traditions. "If war breaks out with Is- she says, "we've got to be ready. If more men are lo go to the front, women will run the home front. "We'll keep law and order, take up tough jobs in industries. We'll nurse the wounded and guide panic stricken civilians out of their bombed houses. Other women have done it ID wars, why shouldn't Faida runs the Cairo Women's War Committee, which is responsible for organiz- ing home front groups in Cairo and other Egyptian cities and villages. The committee o p e r- ates under the aegis of the Arab Socialist Union, Egypt's only po- litical party. The 03 year old singer was one of seven women elected for three-year parliamentary terms in 1971 They are 30 male mem- bers. But the shapely brunelle also has another job-boosting morale among the troops. She's n star n shows staged for soldiers based along the Suez Canal ront. Faida's ability to Inspire pa- riolism among young men nadc her famous in 1056. Dur- ng the combined Frcnch-Brit- sh-Israeli invasion of Egypt in that year, the Egyptian radio repeatedly broadcast her songs and they were credited with re- cruiting army volunteers. Even now her records ajid tel- evision appearances frequently stress patriotism and Uie need to defend Egypt. At home with her Mahmoud, 13; Nancy, 19, and Nora, 18 she practises new songs. Her husband, n high offi- cial in the ministry of interior, takes the family to their coun- try ranch on Friday, the Mos lem day of rest. Iff! .lenclap of- local na appennai .________ ORDER Of CANADA Mrs. WirinHVcd of Edmonton appointed lo the Order of Canada yester- day, os a recipicnl of the Medal of Service. Mrs. Stewart, founder of Ilin Winnifrcd Slewarl School for Retarded Children, received llirj medal from Governor-General Ral- land Michoner. (Cp Wirepholo) Order of Moose social and dance will lie liclcl on Sat- urday al 8 p.m. in tlic Moose Hall. Music will be by the Country Tliree. Members and guests welcome. The Anne Campbell Singers and Teen Clefs will hold a practice on Friday al p.m. in Sontliminster Church, with a lo follow practice; please lirinj! a limch. A prac- tise will hcM on Saturday from 4-7 p.m. in Ihe Yatcs and girls are asked lo wear dresses. Both practices are in preparation for the spring sing lo he held on Sunday. A onetlay session on nntri- lion. how food habits affect us mentally and physically, will be hclrl nn Thursday in Gym 1 of Ihe Civic Sporrts Cenlro. The sessions will begin at !1 a.m. and p.m.. there is no charge. The program is pre- sented by the department o[ agriculture and co-sponsors. HEAT HELPS To prevent fermentation am mould growth when storinj maple syrup, heat the syrup ti 180 degrees and pour mo sleri lized jars. love not mentioning the wrinkles under her eyes. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETKBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upslurn) EVERY THURS.-B p.m. Southminstci- Circle Square Dance Club will hold Ihe regu lar (lance nn Saturday at p.m. in Southminslcr hall. Al! square dancers welcome. Won) en are asked to please bring a box hmcli. The I.elhbridge Old Time Dance Club will hold a dance on Saturday at p.m. in Assumption school, 2411) SI. and Hth Ave. S., wilh the Western- ers' Orchestra in attendance. Everyone welcome. The music and art depart- ment of the Matliesis Club will meet at the home of Mrs. E. G. Hunter, 1113 19 St. S., on Tues- day at p.m. UL'IKlfCT ITEM The Unitarian Service Com- mittee recenlly received an conlribution mark- ed "a donation from my hou.sc- budgel towards your good cause." USC Headquarters is at 50 Sparks Street, Ottawa. Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan TL'n Him pic how quickly one rnny pounds of unsiphlly frit rislil in your own home. Make lliis home recipe youraelf. H'fl ryisv, no Ironlilr at all and cosLa lillfn. Just RO lo your driiKslore ask for N.iran. Pour thi.i into n pinl. hottlc and add cnouph sr.ipofrnil jmcc to fil] the botllc. Tnkc I wo Uiljleaiioonshd Lwicu a rf'iy nn needed nnd follow the Nnrr.n Unducing Plan. If your first, purchase docs not fihow you n simple ivisy (o lose bulky (at and help regain Hlenrler more Rrjicrifu] curves; Jf reducible pounds nnd inchca of cicrss fnl flon'L di.s-ipjicnr from neck, chin, nrms, nbdornrjn, liipa, cnlvps nnd ankles jusL return the empty linlllc for your money hack. Follow ihi.i msy way cn- (lor.icd by mftny who hnvc fried tliin plan nnrl help hrinp bnck al- luring curves and RTacnful fltcnrlcrnr.Ra, Note Low quickly bloat disnppcnrs how muHi hcttor you IVol. More; nlivr, youthful appearing and active. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13lh St. and 6lh Ave. N, FRIDAY, APRIL 14th 8 O'CLOCK and 8lh Games in 7 NUMBERS-12lh Game 5 CARDS FOR 51.00 OR 2Sc EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 53 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY DRAW WORTH Penoni Under 16 Tears Net Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPRING PROGRAM 1972 SEWING WITH KNITS MEN'S and BOYS APPAREL This course includes instruction on to sew knit fabrics. Mens on J boya pants, sweaters, under- wear, T-shirl va rial ion s nnd dresi shirh. 4 Mondays beginning April 14, 1972 p.m, 4 hcoinning April 16, 1972 p.m. PEE: LIMITED TO 16 REGISTRATIONS N.B: Lingerie sawing classes commence Thursday. April 13fh p.m. r APPLICATION FORM Complete ond Relurn lo SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 327-2141, EXT. 328 NAME ADDRESS TELEPHONE AGE OCCUPATION FEE DA1E....... fefis aro due ond payable on or baforc finl clan sessi WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS OF OUR SUMMER HORSEMANSHIP PROGRAM DUE TO BEGIN MONDAY, JUNE 5lh, 1972.