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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May 11, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 27 PINCHED A Washington policeman finds a handle to lead a protester from House visitors' gallery. A group of demonstrators shouting for an end to the Vietnam war was cleared from the chamber while congressmen were debating President Nixon'l Indochina policy. SIMPSONS-SEARS Sweet Treats for Your Number I Mom! "Dear Mom, hope you really scrumptious chocolates and sweets. You're the greatest. Much love, all. 'Country Inii" Chocolate assortment. 1-lb, box con- tains delectable nuts, creams, jellies and nqwgals covered in dark "I 4 and ligm chocolate "Black Magic" Chocolate assortment, 1-lb. box of delici- ous nuts, creams and 'jellies, covered in dark and light chocolate 2.50 "Pot of Gold" Chocolate assortment. box con- taining fruit cordials, nut meats, creams, caramels and crunchies cover- ed In light and dark chocolate "Pot of Gold" 1-lb. box of mouth-watering chocolates. There aro fruit cordials, nut meats, creams, caramels and crunchies all cov- ered in creamy dark or I in-lit chocolate- "Pot of Gold" 2-lb. box of scrumptious light or dark chocolate-coated fruit cordials, nut meats, creams, caramels and crunchies "Arcadian" Maraschino Cherries, luscious 12-oz. 'box of delicious cherries smothered in a rich cherry-flavored cream and "I p coated in smoolh milk "Moirs" Maraschino cherries. Big 1-lb. box of chocolate covered cherries made to please any mom with a sweel toolh. Only 2.35 2.50 "Moirs" Ginger chocolates. 8-oz. box filled with ipecial little treatsl Spicy ginger dip- ped In dark and "I Q C light milk chocolato STORE HOURS: Open Dally 9 a.m. to p.m. Thundoy and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 pm. Centra Village. Tetaphona 328-9231. Report suggests school districts cut EDMONTON (CP) Report tabled In the legislature Wed- oday reccnii7iCuCiG that the number of school districts in Iho province be reduced to 20 from 139. An abstract of the report- by E. A. Holdaway, a member of the faculty of education at the University of tabled by Education Minister Lou Hyndman. It is based on a study into non instructional positions, functions and costs in provincial school jurisdictions. Mr. Holdaway recommends tiiul il Ijuuiiumiea CGmffiiSSiuii Ije established to examine the present size of school systems and to re2ommend changes, "because the small size of many systems prevents them from offering adequate educa- tional services." The report says an absolute "minimum enrolment of pupils in a school system seems to be required wherever pos- sible." TTjfHr _ Tjjnn now have enrolments of less than and 51 less than Mr. Holdaway says school systems should be encouraged to make arrangements for pro- vision tif far more adequate ser- vices relating to mental and physical testing, remedial pro- grams, liaison between clinical psychologists and in school staff, counselling, special ed- ucation, speech therapy and so- cial welfare. The report recommends th2t regional offices of education continue to perform their pres- ent consultative and evaluative functions, which relate mainly to instructional program and for another three years, with a central office di- rector and possibly five more consultants being added. The regional offices in Athabas- ca, Calgary, Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Red Deer established In Scptem- Ivir 1Q7I HEADS BROADCASTERS HALIFAX (CP) D. M. E. Hamilton of radio station CKLG in Vancouver was elected pres- ident of the Canadian tion of Broadcasters at the C. A. B.'s annual meeting here. He succeeds Henri A u d e t of CKTM-TV Trols Rivieres, Que. SIMPSONS-SEARS 7 Seven s Designed by d? Priced as sure-fire sell-outs! ll-pce. Medalist Set The woods: (No. 1, 3, -4) walnut-stained, laminated maplo heads. The Irons: (No. 2 1o 9) Iri-chrome plalcd wiHi dis- llnct Wilson markings. Deluxe lighlweight mulli stop-down ileel shafls with non-slip composition grips Combine the superb golf club making skill of Campbell with the terrific low prices of Simpsons-Sears and you're bound to come up with a winnerl Tha woods have beauliful, power-packed heads of laminated maple wilh a rich ebony stain. The irons boast chrome-plated, sand blasted faces deeply scored for better bite and accuracy. The shafls are sfep-down true remper steel topped off wilh slip-resistant rubber grips. 129.98 Campbell ll-pce Arnold Palmer Set wood's: (No. 1, 3, 4) top-grado cross ply laminated maple heads with polished walnut finish. The Ironsi (No. 2 to 9) Iri-chromo mirror honds. Deluxe, lightweight multi- itcel shafts. 149.98 Sure-flito Golf Balls ..._____ dor. 7-piece Campbell Golf Club Set No- 1. 3 wood; No. 3, 5, 7, 9 irons and puller....... 11-piece Campbell Golf Club Set No. 1, 3, 4 wood; No. 3 to 9 irons and putter Take advantage of these combination packages: 7-Piecc Set with Keystone bag (as shown above) 11-Pieco Set with Keystone bag 74.99 7-Picco Sot wilh bag ond cart 74.99 Jl-Pieco Set with bag and carl................................. 85.99 Bag Priced From 8.99 Carl Priced From 10.99 Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 n.m. to p.m. Thundoy and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Cnntro Village, Telephone 328-9231, ;