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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 1Z 1MB mmj Catholic Central graduation of success is defining goals9 JAY MARTIN The secret of success is in defining the ultimate goat in life and working toward that Catholic Central High graduates were told during ceremonies at the Yates Memorial Centre Saturday. Robert assistant professor of education at the University of Lethbridge and guest speaker at the graduation told the 122 graduating students they would have to decide their own futures. There is no magic pattern for Dr. Koep said. The world's idea of success has been one of material wealth and power. people pack the motels of Las he gambling while they await their divorces. Today's people smoke too drink too are ulcerated and are afraid i Cardston girl returns visit After weeks of speculation that 16-year-old Shelley Burt of Cardston might not be allowed to complete an exchange visit with a New N.S.. the girls are together and really having a nice we just finished a wonderful Sunday Miss Burt said Sunday in New Glasgow. After Jea'n Whyet visited Cardston and stayed with the Burt as part of a federal gover n-m e n t sponsored youth exchange she was told Miss Burt would not be staying with her in New Glasgow because the Whyet's are black and live in a predominantly black neighborhood- Charges of discrimination flew between Nova Alberta and Ottawa while the two girls wondered what would happen. they resolved they would stay together regardless. H. L. principal of a Cardston high has admitted the confusion arose from his questioning whether it would be suitable for Miss Burt to stay with the Whyets on the return visit. He has apologized to the Whyets. the Jones' just might be getting he said. they are Dr. Koep said. Success must be the professor said. standard of measurement is the horsepower of his or the length of her he asked. Success has long been associated with he we don't realize what true success successful person is one who can go to bed with a clear he said. He advised the students to ye first the kingdom of God and all else shall be added unto Man must have purpose in and only then will life become he said. One of his favorite maxims is to light one candle than curse the He urged the students to follow to do even though it might seem to improve the world. Dr. Koep .said he is interested in an extremely optimistic about today's youth because they are sincerely interested in' so many social problems we never even admitted existed when I was in Today's students are coming to terms with poverty and other social he said. Valedictorian Jay Martin outlined the progress of his fellow students from Grade l to the present. He urged them to use the training and education they have gained from their school life to make big mark in the Graduates honored parents and friends of the 122 graduating students attend ceremonies at the Yates Soaking grass rids fairy ring Games student prices still to be decided 3 PIECE CAST IRON SKILLET SET Sizes and distributes hest even- gently. Special 7 99 Call Housiwiris 327-5767 DOWNTOWN The 1975 Canada Winter Games committee is working on a number of different admission price alternatives but hasn't decided what to charge students for admission to the Games. Keith Games general in a letter to the separate school says the committee is considering special pricing for rural daytime and evening admissions as well as for daytime and family passes. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. Ill 5th St. S. Phone 328-4095 When the separate school board agreed to alter the 1974- 75 school year to allow for the' closure of its schools for the duration of the it also decided to send a letter to the Games committee urging free admittance for students. Ralph Himsl. pointed out in a March meeting of the school board that students wouldn't be able to receive the educational experience intended for them by closing the schools if they can't afford the admission fees. Circular patches of dead grass in varying numbers on lawns can usually be atttributed to a mass of white mold growing under the says the Lethbridge district agriculturist. Fairy rings can be says Murray district agriculturist for the County of Lethbridge. The fungus causing the grass to die is a dry mold which can be destroyed by drowning it with water for at least one month. To help the water do its holes six to eight inches deep should be made throughout the fiary ring and 12 to 18 inches outside it. A potato fork can be used. Mr. McLelland said it may be necessary to make additional holes during the month-long period to ensure that the mold area is kept mushy with water. A soaking every second day is needed. Zorba auditions May 12 at Bowman AKROYD'S HEATING AND GASFITTING SpMill tor Mfilor cltlzviM New PhofM 321-2106 THE AUCTION BLOCK 2508-2nd Ave. N Lethbridge License 077855 Regular Tuesday Evening May 1974 p.m. We are pleased to offer this week many fine items of household appliances and effects. High- lighting our sale this week we Unique size solid brass bed Antique walnut china cabinet Contemporary style brown chesterfield suite Lovely 8'x9' royal blue shag rug 71A inch radial arm aaw 12' aluminum boat complete with 3 H.P. motor and paddles. Auditions for the Lethbridge Musical Theatre's will be held at 2 p.m. May 12 at the Bowman Arts Centre. Prospective cast members may register at the Bowman Arts Centre at 8 p.m. May 10 where they will receive audition material. The adapted from the Zorba The will be under the direction of Dick Mells. THE POCKETBOOK EXCHANGE WE BUY 416 13th North Choreographer will be Muriel with Ellyn Mells directing the vocal music. Zorba will be staged from Nov. 15 to 30 at the Yates Memorial Centre. Meeting The annual meeting of the Lethbridge Friendship Centre Society will be held May 9 at 7 p.m. at the centre. Fairy rings indicate that lawn isn't says Mr. McLelland. It is an indication that insufficient nitrogen fertilizer has been applied. A lawn requires one pound of nitrogen fertilizer for each square feet during the growing season. Phosphate also be applied once each year at five pounds per square feet. The entire lawn should be not just the fairy ring. Mr. McLelland suggests three pounds of fertilizer labelled 33.5 or 34-0-0 for the nitrogen requirement and 16- 20-0 for the phosphate. The first number indicates nitrogen the second phosphate and the third potash. Lawns in Southen Alberta seldom require potash. Mr. McLelland says keeping the lawn in a healthy growing condition by proper fertilization and watering makes it more resistant to'the development of fairy rings. GRANT TO RETIRING LIBRARIAN A Canada Council grant has been given to the University of Lethbridge's retiring librarian to compile a bibliography of the Canadian fur trade. D.E.Wick will use the grant to hire a research purchase office supplies and travel in Britain and France to examine records for data about the early Canadian fur traders. Alcoholism lectures begin Tuesday The use of alcohol in our society and alcoholism at the office will be discussed in a four-week information series beginning Tuesday at the Lethbridge branch of the Alberta Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Commission. The weekly public meeting is to begin at p.m. City dealers await gasoline price hike Gasoline prices at city service stations remain at the figures that went into effect last month and most local dealers don't know when the prices will rise again. Dealers at three major brand stations said they expect prices to rise again around the middle of while two other dealers said the price hike will occur at the end of the month. But the most of those contacted by The including a self-serve station and discount said they don't know when the prices will jump. AC. HALL OF FAME NOMINEES SOUGHT Nominations for the Alberta Agricultural Hall of Fame will open until July the Alberta department of agriculture has announced. Any Canadian citizen who has made an outstanding contribution to agriculture in Alberta or Canada is and nominations may be submitted by anyone. They should be sent to John head of the communiciations Agriculture Edmonton. Nominees may be professionally or voluntarily associated with but preference will be given to those involved with the practical such as farmers. The selection will be made by a committee chaired by J. G. assistant deputy minister of and including another member of the three men and two women appointed from various regions of the province. Peterborough band topped LCI .One major brand dealer said he hoped the prices will stay where they are. got a load in Saturday and nothing was said about changing the prices. When the price goes we'll hear about it when a new supply comes the dealer said. Prices in the city range from about 42.9 to 49.9 cents for regular and 50.0 to 54.9 for premium gasoline. Lowest prices were at the. discount stations 42.9 cents and 43.9 cents. Regular gas at most brand name stations contacted ranged between 46.1 to 46.9 cents. At the beginning of the low prices were expected to last only a month to six but some local dealers now feel it may last a little longer. According to some company spokesmen the increase could average eight cents a gallon. Jethhjudae The Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Stage Band arrived home Sunday afternoon after placing second in the National Stage Band Festival held in Toronto. Thomas D. Stewart High School Stage Band from took first place with top score of 82 The LCI band following closely with a mark of 82. Vernon Dorge of LCI was named the most outstanding saxaphone player at the competition. Corttttod Donul Moctante CLIFF BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL UN. PHONE 327.2112 FURRIERS Fur Coat Storage Time The Lethbridge Furriers PHONE 327-2209 Record studio to open FOX DENTURE CLINIC Est. 1922 PHONE 327-tMS E. S. C.O.M. FOX LETHMME DENTAL LAI 204 MEDICAL DENfAL SLOCL One of Lethbridge's first recording studios that will specialize in records for church school bands and glee clubs will open June 1. Don owner of Sound Box Recording says the studio will enable anyone who to do their thing A of a kind beautifully craned and ap- pointed Colonial styled snd two chain. Thht Is a custom built unit finished In nylon goldtone floral print never been used must to be seen. By popular demand the Auction Block will host an- other Spring Antique and Bygone Sale June 11 s.m. While time and space allow the Auction Block will be accepting consigned goods. More Action by John Lie. No. 067449 LETHBRIDGE REFRIGERATION LTD. Commercial Refrigeration Specialists WALK-IN FREEZERS COOLERS ICE MAKERS 111 11th Strset South Phone 328-4333 DRUG THE ALBERTA ALCOHOLISM ABUSE COMMISSION Is again sponsoring a FREE PUBLIC SERVICE on ALCOHOL MI ALCOHOLISM TUESDAYS May 7 14 21 28 p.m. sharp PRESENTATIONS- FILMS DISCUSSIONS COFFEE No. 1 South Ut.1042 Mwnt 92I-15M musically to come in and do Mr. Petrak who has been in the recording business part time for the last 15 years says there's enough good local talent in Lethbridge to warrant a studio. He says the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute band and the Anne Campbell Singers are examples of good local talent. Mr. will offer a musical yearbook to schools. Schools will be able to get any special musical events recorded and put on an LP at a cost of about each. He's already done a recording of Agnes Davidson School's production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and is in the process of making a recording of the school's latest Pinocchio. The studio at 530 5th St. will also do demos. A demo is prepared for a person who has written a song that he thinks is good. He sends it to a recording the recording studio hires the song and sends it back to the writer who may send it to record song publishers or recording artists. Mr. Petrak did about 300 demos last year in other studios. He says he will employ local musicians to make demos in the new studio. The studio will cost and will occupy square feet. Now is thi tint Conditioning whUo PME-SEASON PRICES fttlll In ofloct Charlton Hill LTD. 1262-2nd Ave. S. Phone 32S-33M WHAT MAKES A FRESH There are many factors that can affect the freshness or potency of drugs. To name just a few there are mois- type of container and of the abil- ity of the drug itself to remain in a potent state. Because of this last mentioned condition some drugs are labelled with a date beyond which they should not be used. The very first thing your pharmacist will check for is an expiration date on the contain- er. a will start losing its po- tency after it is mixed with something else or is out of its original container. This informa- tion is then put on your prescription container. QEORQEtndRODSAY... Did you hear about the pornographer on trial who stood on the Fifth DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN FREE CITY WIDE DELIVERY OEORQl AW. RODNEY 401 Slh St. S. FrM DollTtry Ctfl 327-3M4 ;