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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Juno 10, 1970--------------- PI LAM1', NAIVAS11A. Kenya I (Al'i Aulhe.rs liecnw ami Jov foster parents ci'the lii.T.ess Klsa. are to- gether again alter several years it; separate camps in j-cme'e Merit Natiunal Now in their I'JIs. the Adam- sons I'.ave the slrnigth and en- thusiasm' r[ many halt their age ami are as dedieated as ever to preservation of world wildlife. I Instead of the canvas, grass or thalch r o o f i n they've known (or years, they live quietly in permanent hausing with glass dccrs which keep out 'the eokl night air. A happy hippo and her calf pebbled lip Joy's efforts at a shoreline salad garden. Anlc- Icpe nibble now on an inland vi'iieUble garden. The Adamson he mo is on the shore of Lake Naivasha, in the great Uifl Valley of Kenya. Joy, born in Austria, and holder cf a degree in music, admits she was hesitant to start writing of Elsa. "be- cause cf my funny English." HAND INJURED A piano in the corner of their spacious living room now is used for physical ther- apy. Joy's right hand, with which she painted over 700 Kenya tribal portraits, was mangled in a ear accident It) months ago and lacks muscle control after three operations. Khe types with one finger of her left hand and is impatient with unexpected visitors "who Lkeuce llencwal Denied iFor Four Radio Stations HOW TO SURVIVE THE RAT RACE. Need help to survive trie rat rcce? Then you'll want to read what Dr. John Kildahl suggests in Weekend Magazine. He proscribes guideline! that if'preened doily, will build strong, healthy personality traits to help you not only adjust to this world but maybe change it. It's the newest approach lo gaining and keeping your mental health. Stort this weekend! IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE -OTTAWA (CP) Broad- casting licences held by four ed- ucational institutions are not to be renewed beyond March 31, 11172 the federal government has'told the Canadian Radio- Television Commission. They are being invited to re- shape'their corporate structures to be able to continue broad- easting. The state department, in a press release today, said the CRTC has been issued a direc- tive by the government "to the effect "that the provinces and i their agents are not eligible for i licensing under the Broadcast- ing Act." Stations affected are CFRC- AM and CFUC-FM, Kingston, Out., operated by Queen's Uni- versity CJRT-FJI, Toronto, op- erated by Ityerson Polytechni- cs! Institute; CKUA-AM and I CKUA-FM, Edmonton, operated I by the University of Alberta; and CJUS-FM. Saskatoon, oper- ated by the University of Sas- katchewan. The directive is in line with long-standing government pol- icy, the .statement said. State Secretary Gerard Pelle- tier is quoted as'saying that the government docs not want the services provided by the af- fected stations to be jeopardized by the decision. "The CRTC would be permitted to renew the licences up to March. 1972. "During the renewal period, and wilh the assistance of the CRTC, it is hoped that accept- able corporate structures will be Mr. Pelletier said. 'S and Boys' All Leather they l-vely looking as i back tob wearing. Full cushion "oil TnWhite or Blue V 'Cm Vee Pro' ming Low cut runner features the most durable sole ever on a low priced running shoe. Cushion insole pro- vides best foot comfort. Washable. Choose White, Green, Black. Sizes: 1 to 6. The ideal shoe for the boy on-the-go. Picadiiiy Canvas Shoe Be fccllocsc for summer in this new canvas oxford. Washable. Straw, Yellow. Sizes: 4-iO. LADIES' MISSES' 87 "Can Vee" Boat Shoe Hit tho dock with a pair of these washable shoes. Ruhbir bumper and arch support. Sizes: 11-3. 1 CO PAIR I Increase 11 walk in hove ami lliink 1 oaii the day cliat- ting." Slic luis a new book coining mil in August, ami is writing }'ct another. A glass-dwir bmikcnse cun- tains some of her Elsa books in several of Ilio 35 languages they've appeared in. Joy esti- mates that some Elsa books have been sold since Born Free, the first, ap- peared a decade ago. Living Free, Forever Free, and two illustrated children's books fallowed. Bwanc Game, an autobio- graphical account of George Adamson's 23 years as a game w a r d e n in Kenya's northern frontier district, is liis only bonk. II, tco, was widely iranslatcd. After Klsa's death in the early "60s the Adamsons re- treated lo the re.ir.oteness of iMcru National Park. They built separate camps, she to study cheetahs and be to re- bers PRINCE ALBERT (CP) Eighty plumbers and pipe- filters returned to tcday under management's last offer pending completion a prov- ince-wide agreement. M e m b c r s of the United Association of Plumbers Pipefitters had been on strike over wages for two months and had halted construction on sev- eral Prince Albert projects. The union had asked lor a 75- ccnt-arv-liour increase over tho current salary, as well as changes in union se- I curity, health and welfare and 1 the pension plan. turn a pride cf liens to nature. Joy lias given virtually all tho royalties from her animal boats to the Elsa Wild Animal Appeal to help preserve wild- life. Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE LENS CNIULTILUX) OTTAWA (CP) Member- hip in the present 2G4-seat louse of Commons would have o increase hy 33 if no province to lose a scat in the next fed- 3 r a 1 election, representation ommissioner Nelson Caston- guay said Tuesday. Quotas for the next redistribu- tion of seats, based on. 1970 pop- jlation estimates, would require !97 seats in the House, he told nembers of the Commons elec- ions committee, which is cxarn- ning the Electoral Boundaries Redistribution Act. Mr. Castonguay, who served as chief electoral officer for 20 years, recommended abolition of the acts Senate clause, vhercby a province may not be represented by fewer MPs than senators. The population of rince Edward Island, for ex- ample, justified only one MP rat, because there are four sen- ators, the province returns four members to the Commons. "The senatorial clause is taken at the expense of other M r. Castonguay said, recommending that it be reconciled with the "15-per-cent whereby no province can lose more than 15 per cent of its representation at any cen- sus. SCHOOL PLANNED VANCOUVER (CP) The re- cently formed Society of St. David, a'group of United and Anglican church parents dissat- .sficd with the public school sys- :em, has announced it will open an independent school at Para- dise Valley, 40 miles north of here. AT A SENSATIONAL SALE PRICE Thur; ihu Tct June 11, 12 and 13 Three patterns to choose from Margaret, Vintage, Arabesque. Set contains 8 dinner plates, 8 bread and butter plates, 8 soup bowls, 8 fruit nappies, 8 saucers and 12 cups. Extras include large serving platter, vegetable server, creamer and sugar with lid. 'Huck essid Yogi' Running Shoe A favorite with the small fry. Slup-in styling. Washable. Red ond Blue. Sizes: 5 to 13. IS Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thursday arid Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Perfect for patio, dsn, kitchen ar.d bedroom. GRAIN IN TRADE 236 13th St. N. Pi-.oi-.o 328-2235 Main Street, Ccaldale P'nonn 345-3272 8-Fce. Patio Set 72-oz. 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