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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 LETHBRIDGE HERALD July Walking the plank It was a day for pirates at Henderson Lake Day Camp when day camp organizer Brian was captured and led to walk the plank by pirates. At he confesses his crime and pays the ransom turned out to be a few just in the nick of time. He could have been forced to take a plunge into the waters of Henderson Lake Pool. WALTER KERBER photos There's Still Time... and there's still good reason to HIRE A Hundereds of students of all ages have obtained summer employment with the help of the Student Manpower Centres in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. But there is still a need for jobs for many students for the remainder of the summer. If you need help for a a or any part of the balance of the student holiday period CONTACT THE HIRE-A-STUDENT OFFICE IN YOUR Blairmore Court House Bldg. Cardston- M.D. Administration Bldg. Claresholm Sr. Citizens' Drop-In Centre Coaldale Sportsplex Building Fort Macleod Town Office Picture Butte North County Rec. Office Pincher Creek M.D. Bldg. Box Taber Post Office Building Milk River Town Office Vauxhall Town Office Lethbridge 424 7th St. S. Counsellors Mavis Walmsley Dean Russell Shelly Matkin Lynn Baxter Linda Pavan BrendaTillsley Cheryl Davies Terry Bond Steve Lucas Elaine Conrad Marilyn Selk Maureen Yamashita Garrett Palmer and six staff members Phone Office Open 562-2633 Aug. 15 653-4244 345-3960 234-4425 732-4774 627-3433 223-3232 647-3773 654-2556 327-2111 327-2112 327-2113 Aug. 31 Aug. 15 Aug.15 Aug. 31 Aug. 15 Aug. 23 Aug. 31 Aug.19 Aug.15 Aug.31 Student judges charge officials with corruption By RAM SUNDAR CP Correspondent BOMBAY On a re- cent morning government of- LITTLE BOW PROVINCIAL PARK IS OPEN ON A LIMITED BASIS The Park can only accommodate of its normal which means you could be turned away. Due to major renovations Little Bow Provincial Park is not recommended for use. Upon completion LITTLE BOW will be one of Alberta's finest Parks We're sorry for the inconvenience but it's worth the wait. TRY ONE OF THESE PARKS KINBROOK ISLAND CHAIN LAKES LETHBRIDGE CHAIN LAKES WILLOW CREEK KINBROOK ISLAND ALL FINE PROVINCIAL PARKS IN THE MEANTIME WE CHAIN LAKES Miles West of Nanton WILLOW CREEK -11 Miles West of Stavely KINBROOK ISLAND Miles South of Brooks Liberia LANDS AND FORESTS Thinking about tomorrow ...today ficials in several Indian towns received orders to appear in person before The orders were issued by between the ages of 14 and 21. The of- ficials ignored the orders and as one of them in the town of Badnavar in Madhya Pradesh province said had indeed a hearty But the student committees which issued the orders got tough. Bands of youths raided government offices in Madhya Gujarat and two other rounded up dozens of officials and marched them to the nearest playground. Trucking students get jobs EDMONTON Graduates of a truck-driver training program at Grant MacEwan Community College aren't having any problems finding jobs. per cent of the graduates are able to get im- mediate employment because of the increasing shortage of qualified truck drivers in the says R. J. co-ordinator of the provincial Priority Employment Program at the college. Local girl gets grant A Grade 12 student at Kate Andrews High Coaldale. has been awarded a Province of Alberta Cultural Assistance Grant to continue her studies in the field of music. Joy daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoyano of has completed Grade 10 music and Theory 5 through the Royal Conser- vatory of Music of Toronto. She has earned an aggregate standing of 86.5 in her academic studies at Kate Andrews. Miss Hoyano has enrolled in a bachelor of music program at the University of Alberta in charges were read out to the by the student-judges. These were generally under three corruption and deliberate neglect of the interests of the common people. No sentence was passed by the courts but the accused were asked to sign a pledge of service to the An article in the Nagpur dai- ly Hitavada describes how government officials were forced to do physical exer- cises in public as punishment for their alleged misdeeds. The journal reports that student-organized people's courts are functioning in three Madhya Pradesh towns. In the province of several legislators were tried in absentia and Cases of legislators being forced to sign letters of resignation have also been reported. Youth organizations in the province of Bihar have threatened to set up people's courts to punish ministers. Educationists see this development as an outcome of what one Bombay college president called youthful Ram Naresh a stu- dent leader of Madhya is quoted as people's courts are not meant to terrorize govern- ment officials but only to make them conscious of their duties to the But government officials by the courts have protested the humiliating treatment they have received. At least in two towns they took out silent processions to show their dis- pleasure. The Bihar administration has charged that some leaders of the pacifist movement known as Sarvodaya universal uplift may be instigating the student action. Sarvodaya spokesmen have denied the charge. They say that youth is in the grip of a reformist So police have not interfered in the working of the people's courts. we are watching the said a senior Madhya Pradesh police of- ficial. present policy is to tolerate student gimmicks un tn a nninf and nnl hpvnnrt The Herald Youth Mauritius youth saves and dreams Mauritius For 17-year-old Ravin Erooloyee life on this Indian Ocean island is a 66-hour week for a salary of 20 rupees A bright boy although he was forced to leave school at it's beyond his comprehen- sion that most Canadian workers earn more in a week than he does in a year. Ravin's working day starts at a.m. and finishes at p.m. On occasions he must work his one day off. There's no more nothing extra for devotion to duty. It's simply a matter of job security on an island where unemployment is a ma- jor problem. At the Bourbon Hotel Ravin is the bar restaurant messenger and general lackey. A frown is of personal con- cern to Ravin. In the island of smiles he feels if someone is unhappy it's his fault. Ravin is from a poor family. His an ex-sergeant in the British is a telephone operator. There are three brothers and three sisters as well as Ravin in the family. Ravin's pay goes straight to his mother to help support the family. In return she gives him five rupees which he saves. He has been saving for a year now. He has a plan for his savings. To the realist it's an impossible plan. He wants to save enough to re-establish his family overseas. He talks of England. The a year he saves wouldn't even be a deposit for one let alone eight. But Ravin still dreams. If he had been able to finish his schooling he would have been a bright pupil. Ravin says he would have liked to finish his education. But it would cost his family 000 rupees a year for school fees. There would be another rupees for meals and the pit- tance he would call pocket money. Ravin puts it family is too poor. We just cannot afford Now Ravin feels he must leave Mauritius if he is to carve a chink for himself in life. He sees a perhaps in the navy. He has written to both the United States and British but has no reply. If that hope fails he looks to a job in the Mauritius police. But the recruiting age is 22 and he says the opportunities are few. Students successful Two local students were among those of Idaho State University whose names were included in the College of Pharmacy Dean's List for the second semester of the school year. Donald J. Leonard of Lethbridge and Sherrie Steed of Raymond both received a grade point average of at least 3.0 and carried a minimum of 12 credit hours. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By ANNA LEE BOULTON Kate Andrews Coaldale Most of the students at Kate Andrews High School are either travelling to various parts of Canada and the world or working in a variety of employment situations. Twenty Grade 11 students are some miles away in on this summer's Young Voyageurs' program. They will be away for almost two weeks. During that time they will visit such centres as Montreal and St. Nfld. The program offers a series of firsts for the students first time on an first time in the nation's first time in the Maritimes and first time in Canada's newest province. Earlier this these same students hosted a group of 20 students from who paid a week-long visit to the Coaldale area. These students could not speak English very were enthusiastic about their visit and commented on the wonderful hospitality of the people in the district. Several weeks some 33 students from Kate Andrews School were among 66 students from County of Lethbridge high schools taking in the World's Expo in Spokane. The students stayed at Gonzaga University and took in such sights as the United States the USSR the Australian pavillion as well as the Speedway Races in Idaho. Elsie Klassen and Linda Grade 11 are spending four weeks in Southern Germany on a cultural program sponsored by the Trans-Canada Alliance of German- Canadians. Esther Berg and Grace Regier are also going to Germany on a work program. Another group of girls from Kate Andrews will be among the Anne Campbell Singers' group touring and performing in such European countries as Denmark and West Ger- many. The girls are Marvel Betty Jean Paula Lola Dianne Templeton and Delynn Harrison. Tim Gregorash is spending the summer months in working with the Alberta Junior Forest Rangers. Barbara Habijanac and her parents are visiting relatives in Yugoslavia while Brenda Burton and her parents are in Great Britain. Linda Pavan is employed as a student manpower counsellor for the Coaldale area. Most of the Kate Andrews' students are employed on farms in the Sunnyside and McNally areas. The provincial government introduced a summer farm employment program and most students enrolled. congratulations to all Grade 12 students who earned honor standings in the senior matriculation programs Greg Debbie Henry Arno John Cathy Joy Hoyano. Kathie Charlotte Ian Hosanna Monte Taylor and Chris Voelske. During your leisure hours this summer. pass the time playing a GUITAR We have good selection to choose from. Also a good stock of Sheet Country and Western and Classical. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Piramounl Thntre Building Phoni 327-2272 ;