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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thurtday, February 27, 1975 -The Herald- Youth COLIN SHAW photos Finished product A parabolic receiver for satellite television, at left, stands assembled on of the Science Building at Lethbridge Community College, aimed at a point on the equator 30 degrees above the horizon and bearing 150.9 degrees from the site. The 10-foot metal- coated plastic dish can receive signals from NASA's ATS-F6 satellite, and will bring in two hours a day programming when the satellite is not turned to face another part of the globe. The satellite remains over the Galopagos Islands, but can turn to face different areas. Above, from left to right, student Craig Rutledge, Robert De Guire of the communications re- search centre in Ottawa, LCC technician Jeff Calvert and Hugh Kroetsch of the Alberta Edu- cational Communications Corp., assemble Alberta's first educational communications satellite experiment. At right, Mr. De Guire places the back plate for wiring hook-up on the satellite receiver antenna. Van's TV Sales Service think YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 In January, unemployment in Canada rose to 6.7 per cent with the province of showing the highest rate of unemployment, 16.1 per cent. a-Ontario b-Saskatchewan c-Newfoundland 2 The (CHOOSE ONE: Alberta, British Columbia) provincial government announced it was cutting provincial income taxes by 28 per cent per year, saving the average taxpayer per year. 3 In the'second large-scale art theft in recent weeks, thieves made away with 28 impressionist masterpieces belonging to the Museum of Modern Art in Milan', a-Italy b- France c-Switzerland 4 Motorcycle daredevil Evel Knievel announced he will attempt this summer to jump across the Thames River in on his "skycycle." 5 The Soviet Union (CHOOSE ONE: praised, con- demned) the establishment of an autonomous Turkish Cypriot republic in the northern part of Cyprus. Students interpret history through drama, mime, comedy LONDON, Ont. (CP) High school students in south- western Ontario are getting a novel lock at Canadian his- tory through the work of fi.ve young performers. The three actors and two actresses, membtis of Theatre London, use comedy, drama, songs, mime and readings to take a fast look at Canada's history. The 80-minute show begins with John Cabot's royal com- mission to explore and moves through the saga of the Cana- dian beaver, an Indian crea- tion legend, and a dramatic presentation of the plight and pathos of Louis Kiel, all tied into a tight format. The Young Company per- formers, Tom Alway, Craig Gardner, Steven Hilton, Glenda Hoar and Kathee Raj- czak, plan to visit about 40 schools between Brantford and Chatham in a month-long tour. The company carries its PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....anonymous a-hobby 2.....annual b-unknown by name. 3.....anatomy c-once a year 5.....vocation e-structure of the body Girl Guides plan winter camp-out PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS Following Edwin-'.! Heath's resignation, WHS elected leydor of the British Coiisi.-i-vativi: Party. HOW DO YOU RATE? 91 lo 100 points TOP to 90 points Encdltnt. 71 lo 80 points Good. 61 lo 70 points Fait. (0 or Under? H-mm! FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION How can young people make the lives of the elderly more enjoyable and comfortable? PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Andrei Gromyko a-U.S. Secretary of State 2.....Henry Kissinger b-President, Syria 3.....Anwar Sadat c-Soviet foreign minister 4.....Hafez el-Assad d-ruler, Jordan B.....King Hussein e-President, Fourteen Girl Guides will be camping out this weekend at the forest service camp Synline, 20 miles from Pincher Creek. Louise Laqua, Chinook Area camp advisor, Chris Lethbridge Division camp ad- visor, and their husbands, William and Dennis, will ac- company the girls on their winter excursion. Mrs. Laqua says their only equipment will be lean to shelters, made of Egyptian cotton, and plastic baker tents. Fire embers, set at the entrance of each shelter, will provide the only source of heat. Cooking will be limited to outdoor cement stoves. A similar girls' camp for those familiar with only summer camping will be held March 21 to 23. own stage, which can be set up in about half an hour in a school gymnasium, where up to 500 students can watch the show. The performance often takes a tongue-in-cheek atti- tude towards history, with a mock-newsreel sequence out- lining an unlikely format for the War of 1812, in which the American invaders are ousted after being clobbered by Laura Secord armed with a box of candy. However, the show has its serious moments, including a dramatic recitation of Kiel's speech to the jury at his trea- son trial. The high-school audiences follow the action carefully, and although some jokes go over most heads, the entire show is well received. The show is sponsored by THE BETTER HALF Theatre London, a profes- sional theatre group sup- ported by subscription, public grants and private funds. There is a nominal charge for the production, but the money is used to cover ex- penses. Teachers say the show serves a good purpose by tak- ing some of the dryness from the usual history courses. The young actors use a minimum of props to set off their performance and Mr. Gardner's guitar and a couple of drums provide the music. Dancing, laughing, running and above all, enjoying, The Young Company produces a polished show. The group hopes to expand the program into other sub- jects and give a more re- gional outlook to theatre in the area. By Barnes STUDENTS 224-75___________________________ _ Inc. ANSWERS ON REVERS! HViB'sTVAdvirtistiBtnt 'Greaser9, cabaret Saturday It's 'Greaser Day' at the Lethbridge Community College Friday as 'Teen Angel and the Rockin Rebels' bring back the songs of the 1950s and early 1960s. Teen Angel and the Rockin Rebels' will be playing at a "greaser" cabaret Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Exhibition Pavilion. Admission is ?2 for students, for guests. Tickets may be obtained at any of the students' council of- fices. Young people praised NEW YORK (CP) Post- master-General Bryce Mack- asey of Canada proclaimed his faith this week in the young people of today because "they care more about people than things." In an address to the Cana- dian Club, he noted that SO per cent of today's labor force is under 30, a generation school- ed in skepticism and recon- ditioned to change. Their at- titudes differed from those of the generation before them. "People say the young re- ject authority and the work ethic. Authority, yes. The work ethic, no. It's not the concept of work the young are rejecting.' It's the workplace." "Haven't you got anything better to do than meet me here every morning at ATTENTION Hearing Aid users We will give refund on 6 used hearing aid batteries (Mercury or To keep prices down To conserve resources Your confidence in our service is appreciated and we look forward to serving you. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 327-2272 ;