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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 13, 197S THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 EIGHT-YEAR-OLD JENNIFER TAIT MODELS GAMES LOGO Grade 3 students 'right on target' Should southern Alberta have hosted the Jeux Canada Winter Games? With this question in mind, 130 Grades 3 and 5 students at Fleetwood-Bawden School decided to try and find the answer through "an experience in living." For the past few weeks, the students have been immersed in the Games, under the direction of Grade 3 teachers, Lola Ma- jor and Dorothy McLead. They viewed films, wrote letters, stories and poems, emphasized their language skills, learned some basic oral French, memorized the oath, composed a petition, wrote exams, worked on group and individual projects, painted pictures and murals, reported on the provinces and territories and sang French and English songs. The older students were leaders and guided the others by sharing ideas and knowledge. The Grade 3 children presented individualprojects, discussing what they had learned while do- ing it. Projects included stuffed and styrofoam Pharley Q. Pheasant, an illuminated logo, three dimensional represen- tations of the sports, kaleidoscopes, dioramas, mobiles, scrap- books, venue maps, posters, charts, models, dressed dolls, movies, mobiles, a zonolite map of Alberta, large medals, a centennial cup, symbols of the sports and life-size Games' hosts. As a finale, the children wrote six comprehensive exams and last week hosted an "open area" for parents and guests. Dressed in appropriate Games outfits, the students discussed their projects and participated in a program. Incidentally, the question "should southern Alberta have hosted the Jeux Canada Winter was democratically voted upon and the majority answered "yes TIM CARLSON, 8, HOLDS PHARLEY after you see your doctor SCOTT CLEMIS, 8, WITH FATHER MICHAEL Photos by BILL GROENEN S bring your prescription to 1609 Av.. S. "It's your DO The Trouble Witt Hanging Loose Is That You Get Nowhere A lot of people justify their own lack of growth with phrases like, "I'm Just doing my own thing" or, "I'm just hangin' loose, In fact, they use those same to help others slide through life with- out growing. In reality, you only grow b'y ACTING to develop the skills you. need to be a more effective person. You can plan for your own growth. Remember... HANGING LOOSE IS A LOSER'S GAME. The Centre for Personal and Community Development provides a PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT program to help you plan your growth. For further With Itl" alion call 327-5724. Ann Landers Dear .Ann Landers: I am a frequent traveller who is becoming increasingly irritated by the hand luggage inspection in airports. I miss- ed two planes because I had to stand in line while strangers poked around in my purse, ex- amined my shopping bag and even unwrapped gift packages. Not only is this an- noying, but I'm sure if a smart lawyer looked into it he (or she) would discover it violates some constitutional law that has to do with invasion of privacy. Please respond in print, Ann. Thousands of others must feel as I do. Irked Lady At La Guardia Dear Irk: Sorry about the inconvenience, but here are the facts: Since the airport security checks began in 1973, guns and knives have been taken from passengers and more than people were arrested for carrying drugs and weapons. Not one successful hijacking has been pulled off in the United States since November of 1972. I'd say the security checks have proven to be well worth the inconvenience.'So cool it, Toots, and give yourself an ad- ditional 30 minutes to get to the airport so you don't miss another plane. Dear Ann Landers: You said recently that you'd keep on giving advice until you or your typewriter fell apart. This letter is to let you know that if your typewriter gives you any trouble, please let me know. My parents gave me a beautiful new electric model for Christmas and I would gladly send it to you if you need it. I'm a high school senior who grew up reading your column. You taught me many things and saved me from making some big mistakes. It was spooky how many times you came up with the answer to a question that was bugging me that very day. We like what you stand for, Ann Landers, and we want you to stick around for a long time to come. Seventeen And For You Dear Seventeen: Your letter is so nice I'm almost ashamed to print it. But I do want to thank you for your generosity. You made my day. Dear Ann Landers: Do all working couples have this problem or just us? My husband does manual labor. I do office work. Vic goes' to work at a.m. I always get up to prepare him a big breakfast and I fix his lunch box. Since I don't have to be at work until a.m. I hop back into bed for an hour or so after he leaves. Vic resents this terribly and says, "AH you do is sleep." Actually, I do the marketing, cooking, clean- ing and laundry, as well as put in 40 hours a week at my of- fice job. Ever evening after supper Vic reads the newspaper and falls asleep in front of the TV. After I finish the dishes I sometimes join him. If I should doze off he wakes me up immediately and demands an explanation as to why I fell asleep. "What have YOU got to be tired is the way he puts it. What's the matter with him anyway? Or am I wrong? Boise Boob Dear Boise: The guy probably feels guilty because you are working harder than he is, and he knows it. Just add up those hours spent on marketing, cooking, cleaning and laundry and tack them on to your 40 hours a week in the office and you'll get the pic- ture, baby. Prime ministers are daddies too GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Margaret Trudeau gels some help from the prime minister when it comes time to take care of their two young children during the night. Mrs. Trudeau, appearing with the prime minister this week at a regional college, told the audience that her husband often gets up in the middle of the night to look after the children. Every second he's not with the country, he spends with the Mrs. Trudeau said. Every woman should insist her husband take more of an involvement in family life and the children." THE BETTER HALF By Barnes SHEET MUSIC and BOOKS MUSICLAND COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-3694 "We hod a little flurry of excitement last week. Stanley went berserk and lifted a heavy box for me." Trim, Compact Zenith Eyeglass Hearing Aid Make the right decision now and try this reliable Zenith Carlyle aid at no obligation. And if within 10 days after purchase you aren't completely satis- fied, you may return the aid and your money, except for the cost of a custom earmold, will be refunded. Batteries for all makes of hearing aids. The quality goes in befoie the njine goes on. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. f. A. LEISTER, Certified Hearing Aid Audlologitt "Helping the hard of hearing since 1943" Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 328-4080 715-4IH Avenue S. 327-2272 Van's TV Sales Service think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ s POINTS Olympic construction In his province has been troubled by strikes and soaring costs. Who Ishe? HOW 00 YOU RATE? H to 100 poMl TOT SCOdt! HI 10 poMf EictlMnt. 71 u M poinx Good. to 70 pdntt Flit. M or UndHf 1 FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION With what countries do you think Canada will have its closest ties in the future and why? YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer i 1 Secretary of State announced the government is prepared to legislate an end to the special tax status given two U.S.-owned magazines. Time and Reader's Digest. a-J. Judd Buchanan b-J. Hugh Faulkner c-AUan MacEachen 2 Representatives attending the Algiers OFEC conference widely supported an Algerian proposal that further oil price increases be pegged to an index of world inflation. What do the initials stand for? 3 The United Nations has designated 1975 as Inter- national Women's Year. True or False? 4 (CHOOSE ONE; Jimmy Connors, Hod Laver) emerged as winner of a special Las Vegas tennis challenge match and took home the record puree of 5 Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko of met in Damascus to discuss plans for a Palestinian state with Palestine Liberation Organization leader Yasir Arafat. a-Cuba b-Japan c-the Soviet Union PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....stalemate a-mark of disgrace 2.....stigma b-deadlock c-no longer existing 3.....strait 4.....defunct 5.....deficit d-shortage in amount of money needed e-narrow space or passage PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Warren Allmand 2.....Robert Nixon 3.....William Davis 4....John Turner a-Vice President, United States b-Ontarlo Liberal Leader of Canada d-Flnance Minister 6.....Nelson Rockefeller e-Premier, Ontario STUDENTS Save This Practice Examination! Valuable Reference Material for Exams. ANSWERS ON REVERSE PACE HViiTiTVMwtiMmiflt ;