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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE lEtllBRlDGE HERAID Friday, Auouit 25, 1972 gets green Router 1 v. -illiin the framework ol an in ami' Britain have Riven Iho go- Relational convention to ahead for final studies sipned on ,Scpl. 30, it said, neing a start nest year on UK- "This is a decisive step in the ronstmction of an Kiiglisli of the tunnel. The Channel tunnel linking the two i convention lays down the cornl countries Wednesday. A l-'rench transport ministry called the move "a decisive step in the realiza- tion of. the tunnel." The communique sairl French Transport Minister Robert Gal- ley and Ins llritish counterpart, .lohn reyton. hail authorized a new phu'sc- of study and works which will lay the ground tech- nically and financially for defl- nite construction. The French anrl British pri- vate groups backing the tunnel project will carry out the study liens under which Ihc inellux of tunnel construction in mill- PITS will be drawn communique added. CHANNEL NAIHKHV The basic plan is for a rail vj'1 lunnel linking Dover and Calais, where the Channel i. only about 22 miles wide. estimated cost of Ihe k'ur.el which would itself hi miles long, is SJI15 mil lion, accordim; to [igures given lo the British Parliament liy IVylon last month. This com- vvith an estimate of 5500 '.vJlion four years ago. The ministerial go-ahead, was the most crucial step in Ihe project since the iv.o' Kuvcri'.nicnls decided to hunch" preliminary studies I years ago. The communique said the ppnriplos for financing the tun- r.el would he "sketched out" in j convention next month. The Iv.o groups hacking Ihe 1 are the British Channel {Tunnel Co., and its French I counterpart, Kocielc Francaisc j clu Tunnel sous la Manche. I Ranking interests are strongly represented on both. Current plans are for a tun- nel bored beneath the Channel I hod which would allow high- speed trains to make the cross- ing in half an hour. Trair.s would link and Paris in some two hours, 40 minutes less than half the lime now required. Auto racing is woman s work A BRAND NEW EXPERIENCE Wide-eyed and eager, Alan Petracck, Shannon Tomiyama listen attentively to teacher Dorothy Krc.ll. Alan and are Grade 1 students at Si. Palrick's. ___ left, and Shannon c" ister olans to bloiv up convent ATHENS (Heuter) A head George Papailopoulos: mm has threatened to blow up the convent she founded 40 years ago if the Greek govern- ment goes ahead with proposed legislation to place all religious horses under state control. Sister Melctia, of the convent of St. Irene Chrysovalantou, in the. village of Lycovryssi, near Athens, said in a protest cable Wednesday night to Premier I will not hesitate to'follow the ex- ample of Monk Samuel in the Kounghi monastery and Cav- rici in the Arcadi monastery if my convent U threatened." Samuel and Gayriel up their monasteries when they were threatened by the Turks during Greece's liberation struggle against Ihe Ottoman empire in the lath century. liy CAT1IT RET! He'rnlcl Staff Writer (Cathie. Is a second-year journalism student at LCC, working at The Herald for the summer.) ers, who were on vacation all summer having one big party, j And once a person is a party- goer, it kind of sticks in his blood. Jokes wilt he told in the classroom, weird drawings Calendar The ladies' Auxiliary to FOE Sister Melctia said lhal dur- ing the German occupation she was sentenced to death three times for her patriotic activi- "f will fight once more to ptolcctmy monastery." The convent Iwlongs to a sec- lion of the Greek Orthodox Church slvlc ,Ju The peeled menl vhicti follows the olrl- ian calendar. new legislation is ex- o place under govern- ontrol all Ihe ]ly HOSETTK HAIKHIOVE PAUIS (NEA) She Ls a lall, vlllowy, grcon-eyed, 37-year-old >londe and she can really 'talk nutomobites." Marlcne Cotton has headed ;hc "Competition Racing Sec- lion" of the Cftroen aulomohilc company since August A French edition of Lauren Da Mil, Madame Cotton ex- plains that when IV.M- husband died last year, Ilic Citrocu loard of directors asked her to carry on with his depart- ment, which handles Oilmen's particpntion in Ihc prestigious International auto races. "You she says, "for n years I had worked very closely wilh my husband. We were never separated. I soon acquired his passonalc inter- est in and love for automobile competition over Ihe years helped him In the very minu- test details of his job and be- came, in fact, his alter ego. We would work long, long hours, never looking at the clock. He langhl me everything here was lo learn sphere where, everyone agreed ic had no continue, Marlcne Cotton. "Anyway, I Ihe directors of Citroen had no judged me capable of carryini on alone they would not hav offered me the job." Her husband's last profes- sional accomplishment was th Citroen victory in the iiallye o Monaco (Monte She ha all his miles covering futiir engagements and plans. 'Hicr seemed nothing else for her lo do hut carry on. Her crew comprises 2fi men technicians, mechanics and shop foremen as well as three secretaries (women) and one telephonist. Outside the purely technical Ihe drivers who will drive it lo win. In a country where men Eire apt to consider thai Ihe aulo- moliile is slrielly a masculine interest, how do nil Iho men sli-.' comes in contact with con- sider her pi-esencc among (hem? Here Marlcne shrugged Ira shoulders ever so slightly id said, "H is perhaps hard i believe, hut I do think lhal .osl of the time they forget om a woman. My 'team' has over doubled my ability to arry on." As for women drivers in gen- rol, "they are either very good calmer Hum men, do not think they are little be- hind the wheel. Also many more women know what goes on under the hood than is com- monly thought." Madame Cotton has two chil- dren a 19-year-old daughter, Sylvia, and u i2-yesr-oid son, Thierry. However time-consum- ing her work, she always has made a point of spending all her free lime wilh them. They are weekly boarders in a pri- vate .school. very had. e no happy There seems to medium. Their I'UDLIC ItOADS More than 80 per cent of the miles of access road used by pulp and paper companies e no 'idpl'j j uj i---i- icst point is that they are much I arc open lo the public. THE BETTERJjALF By Barnes "No cracks about anybody's relatives. When autumn finds itself made of Ihe leacher, slowly making its way into the the crowd will he at every func- life of the hack-to-schooler, the tjon, the "chicks will come a i running to "hey what individual can have several ways to think about the matter (if he wants to. First of all, school is thought of by some as the hallowwl and are wo doing to- night? Then there is the person who says she is going to school to halls' of learning. And like an have a good' time. She really angel, all Suziis can Ihink of is rfcos loo. But she also knows the. in-depth, intellectual, good shc h going to get good grades, wholesome atmosphere the Betty has "super good" ears typical school has. though, she can joke around All she docs is go to her wita the rest of lier classrnaics, classes, sit in the front of the while catching every phrase her room, listen to her instructor, instructor is saying. She makes take notes, study her notes j it lo all of the school funciioas, every night (while missing out even helps in their preparation, worth-while rocial functions, and yet she ends up with Ihe such as parties and marks in the class, study her notes some more. v.hen she gets time to study read more than the amount of is never known. Perhaps Betty required books for her course, is one of those persons who write her exams, and get top j only needs two hours of sleep marks in the class. i a night, ami begins her studies Chances are, she's also the i any time from midnight to 4 teacher's pet. a.m. After a couple of hours of But then there Is Joe Cool her hsad on the pillow she who says he is going to school back at her good-time routine to learn. The only thing is, he i apain. doesn't say what he Ls going to Tht.n, take the case of Bill learn. But after watching himi.Tanc and Harry who jusl can1 the first day or two. the aver- j slar.d going to school. But they age hall stroller can see what K'I because: he is watching. j I. their mother makes them This intellectual may sland 'i. they know they reallj for hours beside the water should try to educate them fountain staring at the rows of i selves Inckers running up and rlo-.vn it's where ail the frienr! the halls. The lockers, of course, aren't literally nmning, but some of the girls passing down the hall may to try to escape his watchful eye, and ''cool" comments of the day. Then there is John who is going hack to school with the idea that it is just going to he a fun time. This is the chance to get hack wilh the party go- No. 2100 will hold a regular meeting at n p.m. Thursday in the Eagles Hall. Hostesses will be as arranged. The Minus One Club will hold dance on Saturday from. 9 .rn. to 1 a.m. in the Polish all. Westerners orchestra in attendance. Members and guests welcome. The Pemmican Club annual picnic will he held on Sunday at 1 p.m. at No. 2 picnic site on North Parksidc Drive. Mem- bers and guests are asked to bring their own food and uten- sils. Coffee and soft drinks will be supplied. lislunen s of the old-style Ortho- dox Church whieh so for have been independent and autono- mous. aspects, Marlene. Cotton's job consists of selecting the compe- tions where the Citroen auto- mobile stands the better chances of winning, choosing the type of car suited and CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6lh Ave. H. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25th O'CLOCK 4lh and Blh Gamai in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH Perioni Under 16 Years Nol Allowod SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CUJB _____ are there might be some ne girls and guys coming t school. Anyway, whatever the situa- i tid-i, (ha school-goer is in. its quite ohvious that most young er fA'T-TOns loday do go to a schr.M of some sort or another: wbr-tlifr olernenlaiy, high school, or university. COMING EVENTS CIVIC RECEPTION FOR ANNE CAMPBELL SINGERS SAT., AUG. 26, P.M. JOHN HOWARD WED., AUG. 30 SOCIETY GARDEN TOUR ROTARY HORSE SHOW SEPT. 7, 8 AND 9 SYMPHONY BALL SAT, SEPT. 16 SCOTTISH WHITE HEATHER CONCERT TUES SEPT. -TICKETS GO ON SALE AUG. Tickets Avoilnhlo At LEISTER'S AAUSiC LTD. 28 Thcafrn Bldg. Phone 32.M080 lOOth BIRTHDAY Mr. will com- memorate one century of life on A former resident of Saskatchewan and Ontario, Mr. Boyle moved to Iclhbridge 12 years ago. He now makes his homo cit the Devon Nursing Homo, where a party will ba held Soturdoy storting at p.m. Mr. Boyle who has four daughter! and one grandson, hoi received greetings from city, provincial and federal governments. Wrong numbers can be a pain! COMMUNITY eilHIC Allhough il'i old onrf Mount Carmel Seallh clinic ii iueccufid emd popufor in Canada. In liVn going Jhrrs. about the Moun! Ca ralhef crompisrf, nn of iho moil rmel Clinic onrj Poll, tnit woman ho madu il all poMibto tli] Salurday. IN YOUR IETHBRIDGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE Wrong numbers aren'l 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 somehow you make it to the phone. You pick it up, and it's a wrong number! That really hurtsi So don'l you be a pain to others. Beforo you dial, check the number in your tele- phone directory and jot it down. Before Ihe phone comes off Ihe hook N THE SK ;