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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta RETENTION Experience is the best teacher, so that's why Rob Fiorina, 11 (left) and his Grade 6 classmates from As- sumption School, Lethbridge, recently studied out of doors. A report on their excursion to Camp Impeesa, the Boy Scout property 92 miles south- west of Lethbridge, is given on Page 10, 11. DETENTION When prisoners are treated like human beings, they respond to trust. That's one finding by staff and offi- cials at Drumheller Penitentiary. A major report on. correctional programs in Southern Alberta starts inside Page 1, 3. COLLECTION A collection of honky-tonk piano and lively banjo rhythms once again entertain Southern Alberta audiences. Two members of the first orchestra to broadcast over Radio CJOC in 1927- 28 now perform as Plink and Plunk Page 12. ATTENTION Not everything is sweftt when it comes to raising bees. Hives and their inhabitants call for careful attention i Page 20. BILL GROENEN ;