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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May 11, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 41 By D'ARCY RICKARD S_ Well, there was nothing in end. Fred pounds a bit with the budget for the poor, pcen hammer. middle class working takes the wrench. He namely in the mud. So I thought I'd go out get all Sam be sad with Sam. Misery likes "This is a real handy dan- He was pounding on a Fred says. chine wilh a ball peen ineffi c 1 e n I "Aren'tchoo a hockey he says. "Betty, is in they tinker around for now, whooping it up for minutes. Then they troop to the shop and hunt "Oh, I guess Bobby Orr a box of old rusty knock the earth sideways Then they hunt around, I says. "But with the here and there. Then they taxes unchanged on TVs, to the machine. don't even want to look at so I any Sam pounded the they get the nut on the thing-a-ma-jig off the rod says: "You know what "Whatcha think of the is. Half these busi- he are owned by Ameri- I says, They're only human, like me homesick. Remember With the climate in this I used to live in Toronto, this feeling gainst the most on Bay street. Makes why they might not in- heart flutter. Wish I could there now, watching all that money will end up businessmen kissing the Uncle I says, catch- the spirit of the thing. Sam says: "See this an inch from the I made? I was at the says Sam, telling Fred wreckers and I saw these to drill the hole. ferentials, a whole string doesn't quite fit. them. I says 'How much didn't measure says you want for and Then the grinding wheel ny says 'Oh, about buzz. so I says 'I'll give you they have the rod bolted the whole works, they'll place. rust out sitting here we head for the house for "Ottawa's so hard to I kids scrape the mud Sam says: "Ottawa is so their boots. We bundle into the car. Then he shows me how roof's says differentials are connected as we prepare to leave. and how the rod weeder last wind took some of and how he made it shingles off. I've collect- for nothing, with just his most of them up. Sam col- and hands and some quite a few." parts from the auto 'em bijck I says. So he has to bolt it on we've been through it Betty says. "Come "Ottawa's Ineffi c 1 e n says. "Ottawa's clouds hide the moun- Heavens to Betsy, the bolt and the sunset. just a mite too short. so I can't quite get the nut on Basic skills stressed in new Taber course By ROSS GIBK Herald News Service TABER A federal govern- ment approved project, Hemed- ation in Basic Skills, will in- volve 10 young future teachers n as many schools in the Taber public school division. The program, announced at a recent meeting of the school ward, is designed to provide special assistance to students who have basic skills defici- ency in mathematics or lan- ;uage arts. FIND LONG-LOST MEDAL Mike Healy of the Blood Indian Reserve, centre, re- ceives his long-lost medal from Hughie and Timmy Campbell of Fort Macleod. The boys found the medal while digging in a garden on 10th St., Fort Macleod. Healy was 15 and attending St. Paul's School in 1923 when he won an Alberta sports champion- ship. He also won several other medals from 1922 to 1927, all stolen years ago. He is delighted to get this one back. Swihart Photo tealy gets medal back By JEAN SWIHART Special Correspondent FORT MACLEOD "Gosh, that's wonderful. Lost all these years. And found such a dis- tance from my home. It's a mi- racle." And the happy man is Mike Healy of the Blood Reserve. Timmy and Hughie Campbell discovered the medal while dig- ging in the garden. Mike Healy was 15 years old and attending St. Paul's School in 1923. Some 50 of the boys, with 550 other Alberta boys, competed for the Alberta all- round sports championship. Mr. Healy was the winner. He also won several medals at local levels during the years 1922 to 1927. John Pugh, Indian agent at the time, wanted him to repre- sent Canada in the 1928 cross- country race from San Francis- Hospita! closer SPARWOOD (HNS) The new hospital for Fernie is closer to construction. Dave Reeves, Social Credit candidate f o r Kootenay, reports he has been pressing the provincial govern- ment to give the project top priority. He has learned the minister of health has granted approval for the calling of tenders for site grading work in prepara- tion for actual construction. This approval is subject to clearance with the East Koote- nay regional hospital board. FIVE STAR CANADIAN RYE WHISKY JOSEPH E. SEASHAM i, SONS LIMITED WATERLOO, ONTARIO, CANADA The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky. Blended and bottled by Joseph E. Seagram Sons Ltd., Waterloo, Ont. co to New York. A horse acci- dent prior to the event marie it impossible and Mr. Healy says he still feels badly that he couldn't have run the race for his country. All his medals were stolei years ago and he never thought he would ever see them again He said he will ever be grate- ful to Timmy and Hughie for finding the one and to their parents for seeing that it was returned to him. Control yellow plague TABER (HNS) Town council recently gave the green light for the control of the yellow plague and author- ized purchase of a special addi- tive and spray nozzles for use with the conventional MO her- bicide. The additive prevents the va- porizing and mist usually ac- companying the herbicide spray controlling spread of the chem- ical by converting the spray to a foam. The special nozzles are necessary as foam producers. Council will take fact action to convert a spraying unit to the new system, and for spray- ing the golf course and other open areas More district on page 8 Intern teachers and the schools involved are: Eric Tohnson, W. li. Myers High School, Tabev; Miss Mary Bri- jinello, Dr. Hamman Element- ary School, Taber; Mrs. Helga Pepneck, Vauxhall Elementary School; Mrs. Wendy Thomas, :hainberlain School, Grassy Lake; Bruce Oka, Hays School; Mrs. Sheila Span, Barn well School; Dale Chant, L. T. West- lake Elementary School, Taber; Mrs. Martha Wall, Taber Central School; Miss Su- zanne Ostaficuik, V a u x h a 11 High School; and Miss Dianna Terleski, Enchant School. In this special project, in- structors will work with stu- dents on a one-to-one basis of small groups not exceeding five students. They will make every effort to pin-point the student's trouble and provide remedial instruction. In three elementary schools a special oral language develop- mcnt program has been sot up to provide assistance for thosa students to whom English is a second language. program will stimulate and increase the oral language skills of im- migrant and native Indian chil- dren. The course objective Is to raise the level of achievement in the skills areas of mathe- matics, reading, spelling and oral language. After completion of the pro- ject on June 1C, the participants will submit an evaluative re- port of their activities under the Opportunities for Youth program. PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING FOCUS POINTS "WE'VE BEEN FRAMED" AND IT'S TIME YOU WERE ALSO Many of our frames in larger sizes are now priced for clearance. Regularly priced from 8.95-16.95 Now prices ars framed from S3.50 FOCUS ON "A POCKET FUU OF MIRACtK" KODAK POCKET INSTAMATIC 20 CAMERA OUTFIT THE NEW SLIM POCKET CAMERA It goes where you go. For the pictures you might have missed. Uses no batteries. 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