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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Auguit 56, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 25 Chinese Ileds Set Date For Missile Test WASHINGTON (Reuters) The'first test flight of a Red Chinese intercontinental ballis- ic missile is expected to made across India late this year or early in 1971, with splash- down near Zanzibar, Aviation Veek magazine reports. The Magazine says Chinese who have been ar- riving in Zanzibar in increasing numbers in recent months, are believed to be installing teleme- try equipment on the island to monitor the final flight phase'. Recovery of the dummy war- isad will probably be attempted >y Zanzibar-based technicians, .he magazine reports, without giving any source for its infor- mation. JUST MARRIED-Judith Ann Webb of Billings and Timothy Harris of Rockford HI. wheel themselves out of St. Vincent's Hospital Chapel where they were married. He is a polio victim and is in a chair part time, and she is confined as a result of an accident at the age of 15. _______________ Youth Column Students Like Militia TORONTO (CP) In On- tario, students have been marching, drilling, sweating and learning their way through'summer' in a militia program designed to keep them off the streets and out of trouble. And they like it. "Troop, 'tenshun. For- ward march. Left, right, left, right bellows the corporal at the sweating teen- agers who tramp with some- thing less than steel-honed precision in the Moss Park ar- mories "I think it's a good program certainly keeps a lot of boys off the streets in the said Master War- rant Officer Hilary Donville of the Royal Canadian Dragoons. In Canada, boys were enrolled in the summer sol- dier program, which Allan MacEachen, minister of man- power and immigration, an- nounced in June as an answer to student unemployment this summer. The program was to supply students with summer jobs, both in the militia and on the regular labor market. But the plan became so popu- lar that that number was in- creased until some students had to be turned away. The defence department of- fers five summer programs for male and female students and students were in the seven-week militia program. Another were hired by the department to do mainte- nance work at military instal- lations, such as painting, re- pairing, office and mess work. In the militia program which started July 13, a stu- dent in the first two weeks of basic training earned 57 a day and an additional 50 cents a day after this. Students in non-soldier jobs were paid the going rate in the area in which they worked. Cost of uie plan was about mil- lion. INTEREST AROUSED Maj. W. E. Lloyd, battery commander of the 7th Toronto Hegiment, an artillery unit, said of the summer soldiers: "I think that all they wanted basically was summer em- ployment, but my approach now is to arouse their interest so that they will stay with the unit." Sam Cirone, 21, who joined the 7th Toronto Regiment as a summer soldier said: "Other summers I've worked for Lob- laws, but I thought tliis might be something different. I wanted to learn about respon- sibility." The most exciting part of the program for the student soldier's was the three-day ex- ercise at Camp Petawawa, 100 miles northwest of Ot- tawa. The boys climbed cliffs, negotiated rafts on the Ottawa River, fired their artillery pieces and slept in tents through three days of rain. "I got used to said Sam. "The only thing, it didn't last long enough." Boys in the program report Spy Is Shot HONG KONG (Reuters) North Korean frontier guards killed an armed spy described as a member of the United States Army, the North Korean Central news agency reported here. The alleged spy was shot when he was spotted in the eastern sector of the North Korean border area, the agency said. at a.m. and inspection is at 8 a.m. Then they take classes or march, or practise with the 105-m.m. howitzers. They have breaks for coffee and lunch and spend the after- noons in sporting activities. The students learn to fire semi-automatic rifles and ma- chine-guns, and learn field craft, such as digging trenches, first aid, military law, compass work, map reading, service customs and hygiene. Defence Minister Leo Cad- ieux said he only has one r.e- gret about the program. "We were unable to enrol all those who applied Population Grows CANBERRA, Australia (Reu- ters) Australia's population rose to in the year ended June 30, it was an- nounced Tuesday. New South Wales is the most populous state with people. Stuttering Cure Claim Scored TORONTO (CP) William KMT, British speech therapist, found other therapists critical Britain Lifts Imports Bail On Cats, Dogs LONDON (AP) Dogs and cats can be imported into Brit- ain again beginning Sept. 1C and their quarantine has been set at six months. Agriculture Minister James Prior announced the revised rule here. Last Dee. 4 Britain raised the quarantine period on dogs and cats and other animals subject to rabies from six to eight monllis. In March, the quarantine was raised to 12 months and the im- port of animals banned except for zoos and re- search. SAVE Tuop 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT INUTE UFFLJER INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 509 6th Avenue South here w hen he presented them with eight persons whom he had taught not to stammer in 14 days of treatment. Mr. Kerr, CO, was brought here from Jersey by a former patient, Harold Shipp, 45, who said he was cured of a speech impediment previously declared incurable by psychiatrists and therapists in North America. Mr. Shipp said earlier that more than Canadians suffer from stammering. The eight tool: Mr. Kerr's in- tensive course at Bohcaygeon, Ont. Most of Mr. Kerr's presenta- tion to other therapists here today consisted of video-tapes of the eight. The tapes showed them stammering heavily at the beginning of the course and then at .the end speaking slowly in measured tonts. Several of the men spoke off the cuff with apparent clam- ness. SAYS LIKE 1JOHOTS However, Prof. Bruce Quar- rington of York University said they tpoke like robots. He said psychologists have known for years that stutterers can speak fluently if they alter their voices. "It can be done in two he said. "Why did it take you Mr. Kerr, obviously angry, let a patient spsak for him. The young man said, as he and his colleagues said earlier, they could control their stammering because they could control their reasoning. "I'm not a lobot and you he Prof. Quar- rington. Mr. Kerr said he operates on the theory of eliminating irra- that tional fear and stress causes stammering. Those who suffered from stammering, atout a third of Us audience of about 200, ap- p 1 a u d e (I Mr. Kerr. Several asked him it he will be setting up future courses in Canada. He said he could not afford to set up clinics but was offering his knowledge first to Canada. He will also visit Israel, Den- mark and New Zealand and offer it there. FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE! 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