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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta South youths win classes at Calgary Several southern Alberta youths took awards at the annuel Alberta Youth Achievement Fair held recently in Calgary. Teresa' Fujimoto, Ranier, took the top prize in the table stock potato division, judged by Jim Archibald, Lethbridge, Alberta department of agriculture. Bernard Lyczewski, Bow Island, took third place in the hard spring wheat category, and seventh place in the two-row feed barley; Gary Strain, Foremost, took ninth place in the wheat class. Mary Gross, Pincher Creek, took twelfth place in the two-row feed barley class, with Martin Gross and Peter Gross, both of Pincher Creek, receiving merit awards in this class. Jake Gross, Pincher Creek, placed second in the legume seed class, and third in the grass seed. Peter Gross, took fifth place in the grass seed division. The Sunset School at Pincher Creek placed fourth in the malting barley class, and Gary Strain placed seventh in the flax seed category. Sherry Wesselman of Coal-hurst, took second place awards in both the seed potatoes and table stock potatoes. Bob Rodgers . of Barons placed ninth in the field crops project book class, and Keith Nishi, Bow Island, twelfth. Harry Groten of Barons received an award of merit. Summer session scheduled Sixteen students from County of Lethbridge schools are expected to benefit from a special three-week summer session this year. Undertaken as a pilot project by the county, in conjunction with the University of Lethbridge, the special session has been approved by the advisory board for innovative projects. In addition to the 16 underachieving students, the project will involve six county teachers. They will study theory in diagnosing difficulties and appropriate remedial instruction which will be applied to the group of students. An aim of the program, besides the direct benefit to the students, is to train the teach ers to provide leadership so that preventive work can be done in other classes. The project is under the direction of C. E. Burge, as-s i s t a n t superintendent of schools. The university is represented by Dr. Dorothy Lam-pard. Pension plan meetings billed for B.C. centres The Lethbridge District Of fice of the Canada Pension Plan will hold public service meetings in several centres March 15-18. An official will be on hand in the Natal town hall March 15 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. and in Fernie city hall from 1-3:30 p.m. March 16, he will be in the Cranbrook Federal Building a.m. to 4:30 p.m. March 17, he will move - the Kimberley Union Hall from 9 a.m. to noon and then the Creston Federal Agricultur-Building March 18 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Anyone wishing to take ad vantage of this service is in vited to be on hand. The field officer will answer questions on the Canada Pension Plan, old age security and guaranteed income supplement. He will also provide assistance in the filing of application for benefits under these pi grams. to $35 fine David Sheppard of Leth bridge appeared before Judge A. E. Elford Monday in Lethbridge magistrate's court to answer charges of driving a vehicle into collision with a parked vehicle and failing to notify the owner of the parked vehicle after the collision. Sheppard entered a plea of guilty, said he had been drinking and could not remember much of what had happened. Judge Elford fined Slieppar $35 and assessed him court costs of $3. SIMPSONS- SEARS For 3 Days Only save *60 You will sleep approximately 29,200 hours in the next ten years. To get the restful, refreshing sleep your body needs, isn't it worth minutes of your time to feel the built-in comfort of our Sears - O - Pedic Posture Support Mattress? Once you lie in North America's best seller, odds are you won't want to get up. And isn't that what a good mattress is all about? 2 - Piece Unit Mattress & Box Spring Regular $159.95 2-Pce. Queen Size. Reg. $249.98. 3-Pce. King Size. Reg. $319.98. . One of our finest bedding sets at a tremendous saving price! 405-coils in mattress plus 405 coils in box spring provide perfectly balanced support, lu-xury quality damask cover is multi-quilted to W layer of cloud-soft Serofoam at top, bottom and border for complete sleeping comfort. 12 edge supports in mattress and box spring keep edges firm, prevent sagging. Heavy cord turning handles. Available in 39, 48, 54" widths. Sale Ends Saturday Call 328-9231 Simpsons-Sears at Centre Village STORE HOURS: 9 a.m. to 5:30 Daily; Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m.; Closed Wednesday o� 12:30 p.m. Centre Village - 2nd Avenue and 13th St. N. Teleshop 328-6611. ;