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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL Opinion Poll Among Raymond Pupils Reveals Interest In Social Questions a recent. parents who are unable to win the meeting of the Rotary Club here! respect acd milling obedience of High school students conducted an their children. interesting panel discussion which revealed in a. general way what modern youth thinks about a va- riety cl social questions. -The argu- ments were based on a. question- naire circulated among local stu- dents. Here are some of the outstanding facilities. opinions. Around 97 per cent of those who answered declared them- selves in favor of school education emphasizing the variety of the so- cial life and the engrossing sub- jects being taught, faowever, they Uioughi there could be a wider range of subjects offered, agriculture should be included in the course, they believed- The great majority intended to complete their High school course if possible. Only 20 per cent planned to go to universi- ty. Nearly all the students thought the educational system fitted them for professional work but for little else. Future employment, they declared depended upon a variety of factors such as revived business and indus- trial activity, government projects in the field of irrigation and high- ways, and settlement of the north- Other causes for juvenile delin- quency named were: lack of strict laws, a curfew, strict policing: the illegal sale of to'aacco and liquor to minors; too much money in the hands of young people, frothy liter- ature, and inadequate recreational Asked for a remedy for this de- plorable situation they replied that better understanding between par- ents and children and better re- creational facilities would help con- siderably. Thrills were she decid- ing factor. "The only reason any- one ever Trent wrong was because the right thing seems so dull to do." Going to shows and reading were their favorite leisure activities. Causes of juvenile delinquency were listed as: drinking, improper spending. industrial migrations, heroes where both parents were em- ployed as in war work, bad hous- ing, weakening of family and com- munity life and a moral and spiri- tual breakdown by adults as well as children. Remedies recommended were: es- Kimberlcy Brief Seeks Revenue Paid Province B.C. eral services for the late Henry Katic- kinen of Hev Home, woo passed away trt the Medicine Hat recently, were held In the Knon Church. Rev. Mr. Slang, speaking of cause the particular items could not j be obtained during the war. The city argues that at least 15 per, cent of its current city revenue is now being speai en capital assets' B. Mans- man has brought the boys to a shape and to add to their morale snappv set oi sweaters in the I school and Dakota, in 1906. _ crests, hate been purchased. came to Manybenies tee ling and presumably the percent- age should have been allocated for the same purpose prior to incor- poration. 300 persons from the" district. WREXT0AM VISITORS and! Mrs. M. Bohrfer and son. John. are beirarrtnoeet SEEDING General points on the subject of were visitors at the home of their the relations between this province daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Victor and its municipalities were also re- 1 Slingsby this past Sunday before viewed, with changes suggested.I leaving for North Dakota. The brief asks of the Church church, ser- Ball Clubs Are Now Ready BOW ISLAND. (HNS) The ball season seems to be coming into full string with the nice weather here. The hardball team under the managership of R. G-. Thorson has entered into plans with and joined a league of teams from Grassv LaSe. Burdett. Bow Island. Foremost. Nemiskam. Etzikorri and Many- berries." The league will play two games each week, and the first of the series will be played in Island on May 1. The senior Softball team under the managership of Geo. Hahn. anci with Ajice Weir as captain, is busy pracusing on Tuesday and Friday evenings, and are hoping to hear of other similar teams being formed nearby so the spbit will be more interesting. Special Programs Mark Easier at BarnweH ser- Tices were suitably commemorated Sundav at Barnwell with special programs. At Sunday School the IXOCCLATED Cixon and Nurse M. Hagen .__ _ __ ___ ______ were oa hand.early Wednesday school! Club 1k> administer the closed ,.ork; the school Laurie, preside; Fever inoculation to some j buiWjng from which all the brfcks vice-president; I reiary-treasurer. and Lesxore Brus- Coaihurst challenge cup. waich the gathered to pay tbeir last respcca to ner and Margaret Bridges refresh- boys have held for two years, has j aira. meat committee. xsee. been Drought out and re-poiished, f He was baned in tfee Uttis aaaoH tQ awai, fits, oj cemeterr ol6[ frieads were DaTifi son. The boys are very confident 'Weiss. John Matsoa, Oscar WSson.. that they can defend it a third Oscar Laise, John Matson and Mats j season. This cup is a one-game Haaoala. J sudden-death ciiallenge cup. j The line-up for the season in- j f dudes: T. Hauori. A. Dofina. Z. Me- j TISITS FAKESTS Macleod recently after many years of service church. Cardston. recently overseas. Wm. Stevenson. I ,-hen four young people were con- lorsier manager of Burns and Coin-1 by GRASSY LAKE (H2CS) Geo. Hancock is visiting her par- jenis. Mr. and Mrs. Murray I while convalescing from a recent 'illness. She is accompanied by His Lordship Bishop! COITPLE HOXOKEO essive J. daughter. Carole Ana. were: JTregloan was hostess to about' by Kay Stevens, talks bv Rita Bul- lock, Morgan Hurd, Jackie John- son. "Saddest Day of the Shirlev "Gladdest Dav of the Ben Platt on the world. The junior choir presented their first program since its organization this year, under the direction of Mrs. Ruby Johnson- with Laurel Johnson at the organ. Verv fit- ting was it that Easter should be the opening public event for this group of singers who promise great achievements in the future. Over fifty voices form this choir whose selections were deeply aporeciated by the large Easter audience Mur- ray Stringham and Burl Peterson were the speakers for the services. RETtJKN' TO RETLAW and Sirs. Uoyd Griffin and family have re- turned from High River and will reside on the farm while the crop is being seeded. HOSPITAL PATTEST WRENTHAM (HNS) The friends of Arthur Ingram will re- gret to know he is a patient in St. Michael's hospital. Lethbridge, where he underwent an operation. BACK FROM OVERSEAS (HNS) Formerly stationed at No. 7. Wm. Norton re- cently arrived from overseas and was met by Mrs. Norton at Toronto. Both espect to arrive in Macleod May 1. Their daughters, Gwen and Irene, are resident in Macleod. Government threats of national- ization had created "a state of some confusion and uncertainty" in Brit- ain's coal and steel industries as Mrs. W. A. Church: Miss Church) well as other heavy industries. PASTEURIZED FOR YOUR PROTECTION! has received her discharge from the and win return later to Victoria where she has accepted a position. Ger.rge W. Spinney, president of the Bank of Montreal, said in an inter- view at Montreal, following a four- week trip to England. LOOK at what comes out of a can of Marshall Wells Paint This Farmer knows that Marshall-Wells paint on the inside and outside of his farm buildings and on his machinery is as good as an insurance policy against the ele- ments, against wear and tear, and against depreciation. YOU WILL FIND A MARSHALL-WELLS PAINT DEPARTMENT AT General Farm Supplies Ltd. 1621 THIRD AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE Rivers. EASTER SERVICES MAGRATH. 4HNS> Easter services were held grath churches Sundav. At the United Church Rev. ilf. Marston j Ayris and Louis Udell. Robert twenty-five guests evening when she iast Saturday entertained in j HOSPITAL PATIENT based his sermon on St. John, chap- returned from Lethbridge where ter in los Angeles. j lur.ch was served "with the "wedcisg j recently undergoce an erner- Mr. and XCrs. Art Dsyrnan have cake as the centre of attraction. gency operation. ter 14. verse 19. The choir sang- spe- cial selections and a duet. "The both have been receiving medical attention following the severe in- Stranger of Galilee" was given by flaenza which 'nas been prevalent i Misses Marion Austin and Rita here daring the past two months. I Robinson. Visiting speakers from Friends regret the serious illness Ravmond were in attendance at the J- Is a patisnt first and second ward. They in hospital at Cardston. included Elder EL S Heninger. ESder Mrs. May Sherman has returned jo her home here after spending the past three months at the home of her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sherman, of i I. B. Roberts and Sister Marie Lamb i at the second -.varc! chapel with Elders J. V.raiker. WiUiara Jensen j i Mr. and Mrs. Delton Ellison have j I returned irom Winnipeg, where Mr. I and S. I. May at the first ward, j Choirs supplied the musical selec- I Spring Coulee. tloas. GRAXCM BUS SERVICE _ Through the i Ellison received his Honorable dis- efforts of the town council, the i charge from the R.C.A.F., and have Grevhound Bus Ccrnpanv has been j takea up residence in the park, prevailed uoon to allow" two buses where they wm reside in future, to come into town and the buses Miss Luoile Carlson returned Income and Excess Profits Tax Service SECRETARIES LIMITED r.O. BOT 940 5 and S AcadU 612 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2619 commenced tc arrive at approxi- mately southbound and northbound on Thursday eve- from Minneapolis this week, after completing her course in X-ray! work, and is visiting at the home of Mr. and M Carlson h town Jo facilitate the driving in of the buses. They enter the town via 1st Ave., corning down Lansdpwn St. and out on Railway Ave. Plans are being made by the council to I have a water system installed which SB a long-needed necessity. Granum has suffered a number of serious fires owing to shortage of water facilities. OX MACUEOB BANK STAFF (HNS) and from Mr. and Mrs. J. Giddie were Cal- gary visitors this week, returning oa Thursday with their daughter. Miss Betty, who has been attend- ing Commercial College there, and who will spend the Easter holidays numbers given included vocal solo i 3 Mrs. Alske. formerly of Didsbury. points have established residence in a suite i in the home of Mrs. TJ. MacGregor. i her parents. Miss Lou Nielsoa has returned to her summer horns there after spending the wimver months in Salt City, and also in various Dorothy Tjdell, who is tak- her senior matriculation in Cal- i a memoer the i gary( jj spending the Easter holi- ii ot Commerce cays vrith her mother. Mrs. Fred i UdelL _ A large and appreciative audience j _ attended the Cardston Theatrical j peacetime master Sunday in six Group when they presented two en- years was observed at the Burdett plays, "To Die With a i United church. _ __ there was an staff of the EASTER SERVICES The special Easier evening service in charge of Ker. R. Wood was "attended by worshippers who filled the church to capacity. A junior choir of 35 voices led the singing and sang a special number. Deanna Johnson and Gail ThacSier of the primary class sang a duet. Mrs. Raymond Clark and Miss Doris Jasman'also sang a duet, accompa- Wednesday evening ia the local school house. Ballet dancing, read- ings and songs rounded out an es- pecially pleasant evening which quite surpassed the classification of amateur theatricals in the presenta- tion. of superb acting and directing, j Mrs. Ralph Webb and sons Jirn.- mie and Gary, of Calgary, arrived Died fay Mrs. V. Stewart at the piano, f on Friday to be the Easter holiday A recitation, "The Sign of the j guests of Mrs. Webb's parents, Mr. was given by members of and Mrs. E. T. Bell. the intermediate class. Mrs. Ray-! mond Clark had charge of the music. An appropriate mes- sage was delivered by Rev. Wood. DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND Only a diamond is hard enough to cut a diamond. y favourite! I love to listen to the mei_y Pop song Rice Krispies sing I They stay crisp no matter how much milk you add? Hit the spot any time! No other cereal can be like them. Get some soon! Crisp "Rice Kriipics" is a registered trade mark of the Kellogg: Corapstar of Cuuda Limited, for us delidoac brand of men-popped rice. ROMANTIC MELLOW VOICI OF Here's Perry Como at his very best singing rfcis all-rime favourite with deep, sincere feeling. He's ably 'accompanied fay Russ Case and His Orchestra. 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