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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, Juno 39, 1972 Awards any COALDALU UINS) Ii. I. Baker School awards were to be presented to outstand- ing students at 5 a.m. today, June 29. At 11 a.m. the horsemanship class will present a gymkhana CHIEF SPEAKS Dr. Si'l J. Cornish, cliicf of the med- ical staff of the new 50-ijcil Claresholni hospital, tiroes establishment of a hospital auxiliary. He is speaking at the recpnl official opening. HELP FOR TROUBLED CONSUMERS Hazardous consumer prod- ucts- Phony guarantees. In- Overcharging. Misleading advertising. These are just, .some of the- problems handled by "Box 99, unique gov- ernment service that you should know about! Find out tow Box 99 acts as a "court of last resort" for thousands of troubled consumers, and telps to solve some of the most complex problems in today's marketplace. Be sure to read BOX 99: THE CON- SUMER'S BEST TRIEND. One of 34 articles and features in. the July Reader's Digest. Get your copy today! the rocieo grounds east of towtv. Don Schiclkc and Mrs. Lorraine Hill are in charge. Nominated CRANBROOK (Special) U T. Nimsick, NDP member (or Koolenay constituency since 194'J and dean of the legis- lature, has been nominated here. Fifty-two of 59 delegates fav- ored him in the nominating bal- lot, with seven voles going to Cliff Owen, Crar.brook. Rites for vicfim CRANBROOK (Special) A memorial service by Rev. Al- bert Henderson was held in the McPherson Memorial Chapel Wednesday for Frank Irvina Molt, victim of a June 21 knife killing. Mr. Mott was 65 years old, and failing health had r.ecessi- Eued amputation of a His nssrihnts ppparently forced entry to iiis cabin and aroused liim from bed when he was unable to defend him- self or run. Intensive RC.MP investiga- tion is under way. His stolen car was located abandoned the following day east of Wardner. OK arena work CRANBROOK (Special) Of the city's ratepayers, approved and 3G4 opposed the arena repair bylaw at while 17 spoiled their ballots, returning officer Robert Wat- son reports. The project will lift the com- plete ban put on pny arena use in April and extend its useful lifetime several years. Reason for the bylaw was frfure of stress tests on the truss-style roof which was fol- lowed by closure order. Visif colony COWLEY Patty Devenney and Jolin Gillespie of Newark, Del., sociology students at the Un i v e r sity of Pennsylvania, visited Spring Point Col o n y near here recently. In their studies, the focus was on hitchhiking and the re- sponse people have fqr those with uplifted thumbs. They hitchhiked all over the States and made such a good report and felt so good about it that when term end came they headed up for Uu's conr.- try, first to the and then west as far as Alberta. At Spring Point Colony they were warmly welcomed. Visit- ing in the Waldrox School, they told of lobster fishing and oth- er things of interest along their back trail. They had never met Hutterites but were familiar with the Amish folk back home. Taught nursing FORT MACLEOD (Special) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Story of Toronto recently visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Heath of Fort Macleod. They were en route from Vic- toria to their home. Mrs. Story is the former Anne Fallis. She was instructor at the Gait School of Nursing, Lethbridge, from 1910 to 1953. Zone parley PINCHER CREEK (Special) Several members of the Captain McPhail Chapter of tlie IODE have signified their intention to attend the zone conference to be held June 15 at the Ericksen Family Rest- aurant at Lethbridge. Mrs. J- Woltman, education secretary, recently was asked to advertise the bursary offer- ed by the IODE. This 'will be done after matriculation re- sults are out. A suitable picture of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth the Second, will be placed in the local court bourse. A minute of silence was ob- served in memory of the late Duke of Windsor. Other activities and events: A tag day scheduled for Satur- day, Sept. 9; some knit sweat- ers made by Mrs. S. Robertson were packed to take to the zone conference; reading material was placed at Brocket and the local jail. A pot-luck supper was plan- ned for the September meeting after a two-month recess. Legion visitor BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Vanoni, president of the Blairmore Branch of the Royal .Legion, announced this .week that. ;the; 'district, pen- sion advocate will be visiting Uie Blairmore Legion on July 7. Veterans wishing to have an interview with L. J. Trottier of Calgary regarding pensions may do so during the afternoon of the above mentioned date. Tournament held MILK RIVEH (HNS) Four teams from the boys' baseball Sunshine league held a tourna- ment at Milk River Sunday. Four teams competed and in the opening game Milk River easily bested Coulls with Schamber and Berringer com- ing up with home runs for the winners. Wrentham defeated Warner in the second game with Gor- rill and Christensen getting home runs for the winners. Milk River defeated Wren- tham in Ihe final to win the tournament. Weather was not too pleasant but a fair number of fans attended. M'dnight Riders FORT MACLEOD (Special) Riders is the offi- cial name of the newly-formed 4H light horse club. The two-month-old club have made arrangements for an acliievemcnt day. They will sponsor a horse show July 8 at immedi- aately following the Midnight Days parade. President of the club is Linda Dersch and leaders are Claud- Swim-offs PINCHER CREEK Swim-offs for the Southern Al- berta Summer Games will be held here for all swimmers of (he town and district, Saturday, July 15, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Swimmers do not have to be members of the local swim club for this event. Swim club members are also 1 o o k ing forward to attending t h e Claresholm invitational meet, Sunday, July 23. The Pincher Creek Dolphins Swim Club will hold its invita- tional meet Saturday, Aug. 12. think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS After serving as Prime Minister of an Asian ration for over 7 years, I recently announced that I will retire BOOH. Who am I? HOW DO YOU RATE? lo 100 poirti TOP SCORE! 81 to 90 Eictfltnt 71 m 80 point! Good, 61 to 70 polnli Filr. 60 M UrKforT 7 t mnm! FAMILY DiSCuSSiON QUESTION What do you think of the suggestion that our federal elections be held every 4 years clurlrg a specific month? YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Giveyourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Airline pilots from around the world conducted a 1-dny strike to dramatUedemandsfor.. 7 a-pay Increases security against hijackers c-improved safety precautions agalnstmld- fitght collisions at busy airports 2 Manitoba Liberal Leader I, H. Asper won seat in the Manitoba Legislature with a by- etection victory in the Winnipeg riding of Wolseley. The Liberal Party now holds of the 57 seats In that province's Legislature, a-4 b-11 c-22 3 The Canada Elections Act (CHOOSE ONE: pro- vides, does not provide) for females to register for the next federal election Ms. in place of the traditional Miss or Mrs. 4 This year's Man and World exposition if scheduled to open In Montreal on a-July 1 b-July 20 c-August 3 fi The recent visit to Kdrth Viet Nam by Soviet 7 raised speculation that the Russians were launching ,a peace initiative in Viet Nam. a-Premier Alexei Kosygin b-Commuiust Party First Secretary Leonid Brezhnev c-Presldent Nikolai Podgorny PART II WORDS IN THE MEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....concede 2.....Impasse 3.....coalition 5.....vilify a-a combination of sonfi or groups b-a deadlock c-a heavy or rapldflrtng of weapons d-attack verbally e-admit or acknowledge PART 111 NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names thai you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....LeOuc Tho Devlin Spassky I.....Kakuel Tanaka Husak a-Communlst Party leader, Czechoslova- kia b-World chess cham- pion c-Chief North Vietnam- ese delegate to the Paris peace talks d-Meraber British Parliament from Northern Ireland e-Japanese Trade Min- ister 626-72 VEC, Inc. STUDENTS Save This Practice Examination! Valuable Reference Material for Exams, WOMEN HELP GIFTED CHILDREN 50 hike 12 miles to picnic COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) More lhan 50 people 12 miles hi the "hikc-a-thon" sponsored recently hy the Cole- man Junior Forest Wardens aixl Girl Forest Guards. The hike began at Ihe old Castle River Stampede grounds and proceeded to the Lynx Creek campgrounds. Charles Drain, MLA, took part. It ended with a family picnic held at the Lynx Creek camp- grounds. Pledges ol money for those taking part "ill be used by tha Forest Wardens and Girl For- est Guards for their annual summer camp at Lynx Creek. Reading wrinkles ironed out PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The Dorothy Dalgliesh Ele- mentary School here has re- cently been the scene of an ex- perimental reading program involving parents, pupils and teachers. Tlirough tlie co-operation of the University of Lethbridge and Lethbridge County 26, the reading van belonging to the university was loaned to the school and used as a centre for the project. Five women from the com- munity acted as tutors for clu'l- dren of average or above-av- erage ability who were expe- riencing reading difficulties. Tutors participating were Mrs. E. I eeek, Mrs. H. Oliver, Mrs. E. Hauna, Mrs. P. Von- denkool and Mrs. L. HatSori. They recaived a short inlro- clue'ion into tutonnp! lechni- i cues anrt then, under the direc- tion cf Mr. J. Bolton, a teacher at (lie school, spent three weeks assisting the children Dance planned COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The Crows nest Pass Consoli- dated High School students union is sponsoring a dance and concert in the Coleman arena on June 29. Proceeds are for school activities. Appearing will be Blind Willie from Spo- kane, Was h. as well as Billy Nichol. The show will begin at 8 p.m. and admission has been set at per person. with reading problems. Indications arc the program was successful, botli in terms of the children making vsnces in development of their reading ski'ls, aid in permit- ting ptrcnls to become more involved in what goes on at school. It is hoped that something of a similar, or modified, nature miftht be continued in the fu- ture. Names of Hie parents are listed above from left to right, continuing tiic back of tiie room to the front. Mrs. Hanna is next to the black- board. Mr. Bolton is looking on. Trio named to joint-use committee; Ray Hughes commended for his work NATAL (HNS) At the re- cent meeting of the Fernio board of school trustees the hoard named secretary E. T. h a m h e r s, principal Max Turyk and maintenance super- visor Bob Craig to a joint plan- jning commission for the agree- j ment with I ho City of Fernie for joint use of school and city recreation facilities. The contract is based on one at Cranbrook for a similar sharing of facilities. Adult education director Ray Hughes reported there have 20 courses for adults dur- ing the current year and 329 people have been enrolled. Ite anticipates that 370 sto dents will have taken adult education programs by the end of the term. His outline for the fall program included 30 courses. He anticipates a greater counselling role by the direc- tor of adult education. Counselling activities have assisted seven people- to fur- ther their education through correspondence courses. Two were placed in colleges as a result. He recommended to the board that the adult education program be put in the hands of a person appointed half-time to the position of director. Ho has conducted the program this year in after-hours. Trustee Jack Pidgeon pro- posed a motion of thanks to Mr. Hughes for the work he has done this year. To accommodate new teach- ers in Elkford, where housing is virtually impossible to ob- tain, the board decided to move the portable teacherage from Baynes Laka to Elkford, In addition they decided to pur- chase an additional trailer unit which was offered there by Cominco. ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE intain Heidelberg begins Canada's pure spring water to v give it a naturally refreshing'taste 1-a t taste you'll find in no other beer.' And the refreshing taste of easy to enjoy, beer after fceer. it's brewed THE ;