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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, July 26, 1973 DISTRICT S3 6Get-Acquainted Day' Saturday at Stirling GO WEST YOUNG MAN FOR YOUR EDUCATION Coivley firm makes concrete (HNS) Cowley welcomes a new industry with the setting up of an im- portant branch of the John 0. Hahn Concrete Company Ltd. of Claresholm. The new plant is on High- way 3 just across from the southwest corner of the vil- lage. It will serve the area from Brocket to the B.C. border. The general manager is Ken McGuine. He explained that this plant will base two trucks and has 135 cubic yards capability per hour. The 'whole concern is mo- bile to allow movement out to big jobs. Operation began July 16. It will enable builders to avoid the heavier costs of a long haul. PARADE AUG. 6 NANTON The Nanton and district parade and salute to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police will be held Monday, Aug. 6, with the calvacade of floats commencing at 10 a.m. Phone entries to Clarence Rbyasen, 486-2455. STIRLING (HNS) Free pancakes, horse racing, greased-pigs, swimming exhibi- tion, swimming and other ev- ents will be sponsored by the Milage of Stirling Saturday, July 28, for a "get-acquainted day." Everyone is welcome SCHEDULE a.m. Free pancake aid breakfast for everyone sponsored by the volunteer fire- men Mid Stirling Lions Club and starring Boyd Hirsche and Eric Oxley on the griddles. Arena events for children and adults. For en- try see Jack Hicken before or on the morning of the 28th. It includes children's barrel race (bring your women's barrel race (Stirling cham- pionship men's barrel race (Grant Nelson issues chal- lenge to c h i 1 d r e n's greased pig scramble (team small children's chick- en catching championship; and wild calf ribbon race. 1-2 Auction of SARR ropers and barrel racers. 2-5 Southern Alberta Rid- ing and Roping Association roping and barrel racing, Stir- ling arena. Entry Fee p.m. Swim club ex- hibition then free swimming. This is a family day at the park. "Come and enjoy the is the invitation issued to all from the v i 11 a g e council and com- mittee members. Lomond grads advised to believe in Creator By JEAN CHASE Herald News Service LOMOND The Lomond High School recently held graduation exercises and a banquet to honoring nine Grade 12 students and 21 Grade 9 students. Toasts were proposed to the graduating class and the teachers by Allan Vaile and Gerry Stokes, respectively. Responses came from Miss Jo-Ann Humphreys and Bruce A. Pettigrew. Miss Marks de- livered the salutory address. Her remarks gave the listen- ers an insight into the past and possible future of each graduate. Master of ceremonies Eon Schlaht added a few well- chosen comments about Miss Marks after she had finished her remarks. The valedictory address was given by Mist Denise Teasdale, followed by Pat Marks singing "Time." Morley McGill, news direc- tor from a Lethbridge radio station, spoke to the grad- uates, saying they should see m o r e of this country before considering settling down in the home district. According to Mr. McGill the three most important things for a happy life are, a satisfactory job, a good marriage partner and a be- lief in God. After playing class pins were presented to the graduates by the vice- president of the Students Un- ion, Larry Root. A well attended dance followed with music supplied by the Four Hits and a Miss. Miss Debra Wliitehead honored at bridal shower CLARESHOLM About 60 friends from Stave- ly and Claresholm attended a bridal shower to honor Miss Debra Whitehead It was held in the LDS Cultural Hall. When Miss Whitehead at- tended the University of Lethbridge she was a mem- ber of the basketball team Agriculture experts Lynn Grant, 22, of Va! Marie, Saslc., left, is training now to become district agriculturist at the Taber office of the department of agriculture. Woljy Chinn, 24, of Winnipeg, is the Taber irrigation specialist, succeeding ten Ring who is being transferred to Lethbridge. Both men hold bachelor of science degrees in agriculture. Upgrade Picture Butte Tollestrop Construction Company of teihbridge pre- pares Picture Butte slreeis for paving. Six streets will be poved this year. At the same time, the town is installing a new main water line on Highway Ave. Craig Construc- tion of'Pineher Creek this contract. and the shower decorations were aippropriate. A basket had been decorated and held gift boxes. Adding a festive note were pink and white streamers and many floral bouquets. Mrs. Albert Rodgers of Stavely presided over a va- ried program. The bride- elect's mother, Mrs. George R. 'Whitehead, and her sister- in-law, Mrs. Robert White- ihead, helped her unwrap an assortment of gifts. Miss Jo- lene Pitcher of Champion recorded the gifts. The gift of the 20 hostesses a card table and chair set. LDS MISSION FORT MACLEOD Floyd Melting Tallow, son of Frank and Josephine Melting Tallow, recently returned from the Ar- izona New Mexico mission. He served for two years as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and was the first Indian from Canada to be called as a missionary. By NANCY MILES Special Correspondent CRANBROOK Though promoter types here are not too happy about post sec- ondary education proposals to cover both East and West Kootenay from the same West Kootenay resource fa- cilities, it is becoming appar- ent students may get the op- portunities. Selkirk College at Castle- gar, the Kootenay junior col- lege, has already outlined ex- 1 tension services it will offer in basic credit courses. The plan is similar to the open university concept of the United Kingdom where recognized degrees can be earned without conventional academic attendance through credit courses. Notre Dame University at Nelson now plans to expand iis crelit courses up to degree level into East Koo- tenay. Its method differs from Selkirk which would base on tutonal under available local resource auspices, with inter- nal faculty lectures, direct closed circuit communica- tion and library service to whichever East Koitenay centre is interested. Notre Dame would send faculty on intensive lecture periods. NURSING The Kootenay Vocational School at Nelson for several years has had its East Koo- tenay wing in licensed prac- tical nursing in the Cran- brook hospital for East Koo- tenay students. The school at Nelson is also headquarters for the compulsory yearly in- stitutional attendance pe- riods for the various trades and skills apprenticeships for East Kootenay. East Kootenay tends to- ward industry much more than West Kootenay in ba- sics of woods, mining, and agriculture to some extent. West Kootenay, with its university, college, school of fine arts and vocational school has the intellectual status, but East Kootenay continues to forge ahead of it economically, foundation for tax revenue which sup- ports post secondary pub- lic education. Tough geography of north- south lake troughs, valleys and formidable moun- tain ranges in many ways deter what should be Koo- tenay educational solidarity. The Lethbridge Herald think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS In the Interest of peace, he will visit the troubled Mideast. Who is he? HOW DO YOU RATE? 91 to 100 poMi TOP SCORE! to 90 Escttat 71 to W potato 61 to 70 60 or Undtif 77- ffmirf FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION Should motorists be required to wear seat belts? Why or why not? STUDENTS Save This Practice Examination! Valuable Reference Material for Exams. YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 The two Canadian members of the international cease-fire commission who had been held by the Viet Cong for more than weeks were re- leased early last week. Also released were their two (CHOOSE ONE: American, Vietnamese) aides. 2 Statistics Canada figures show that food were per cent higher last month than In June, 1972. a-5.1 b-11.4 c-16.7 3 In a decision that could have ramifications throughout Canada, Mr. Justice John Osier of tha Supreme Court ruled the Indian Act in- valid "by virtue of its discrimination by reasor of race." a-British Columbia b-Alberta c-Ontario 4 Pierre Juneau, chairman of the Canadian.. told a Senate committee that he is seeking regu- lations that would restrict foreign-made com- mercials on Canadianradio and television. a-Broadcastlag Corporation b-Radio and Television Commission c-Advertising Research Foundation 5 (CHOOSE ONE: Hector Campora, Salvador Al- lende) stepped down as president of Argentina, reportedly to clear the way for the election of former dictator Juan Peron. PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....tacit 4.....proBperlty S.....iacuc a-condition of being wealthy b-sense of what to do or say to avoid offending someone c-skillful method used to bring something about d-implied but unspoken e-all future generations PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. L....Norman Kirk 2.....Dom Mintoff B.....Izzy Asper (.....James Richardson a-Manltoba Liberal leader b-prime minister, New Zealand c-defence minister d-premier, Portugal 6.....Marcello Caetano e-prime minister, Malta 723-73 ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE LETHE WEEKEND'S ALMOSTHERE LABATTS BLUE SMILES ALONG WITH YOU, ;