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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETH8RIDGE HERALD Friday, May 15, 1970 -family Jawing Exlra-Cxirriciilar Project For Students (Calendar Central School Space Club Soulhmiiister Junior Girls Choir will not practice on Mon- day as scheduled. Regular dance of Minus One Club Hill be held in the Polish Hall, 13th St. N., Saturday from 9 to 1 a.m. Music by the Bridge- town Trio. Members and guests welcome. Soutliminsler Circle Dance Club will hold the regu- lar dance Saturday at p.m. in the Southminster hall. Wo- men are requested to bring a box lunch. All square dancers are welcome. t The Lethbridge Handle raft Guild wiU meet Tuesday at 2 p m. in the Bowman Arts Cen- tre. Wednesday noons at the school. Randy inspired class- mates to form a club after giving o trophy-winning speech on spaw. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campos Corner NASOiV ecus HTHIS weekend marks the graduation of the grade twelve students of Catholi Central High School. But even as the years in ele mentary and secondary schoo were overflowing with antici pation, frustration, and com plete participation, so then are the hearts of all graduates fill ed with hope, joy, sadness plans and sorrow at the realiza tion that, at the close of this year, this term, this month each will part to go their sepa- fate ways to advance forwarc to a full, adult life. Memories stream abundant- embarrassing times, of fearful times, of anxious times, and of "fooling around" times. Unknowingly, these pasl years, and each person we've known, have shaped the mouic for the most important part ol our preparation for our entire future. Now, each one of us is faced with the great decision "What To Do Some will get jobs, others will go on to more advanced education, but. in any case, most likely many will stream off out of sight. Then of course there are all the teachers we've shared in the past dozen years. Their lives continue on, seemingly unchanged, always giving of their knowledge and free time to prepare us all they can for what lies ahead. At times it seems that what they're saying, or trying to say, is so meaningless, so empty. It's not! Every word they say is in- structive, educating us on "peo- ple." And, after all, isn't that what life's all about? One in- structor of French, one of chemistry and another for the revelation of English literature, each specializing in their own field. But when it conies to the truth, only shown through per- sonal contact, they each are still learning, still uncovering new paths. So, literally, we're just com- pleting another phase on the road that leads to a fulfilling life. As we stream down the cor- ridors, we see kids just about to complete Grade 8 or 9 and we try to visualize the differ- ences and the similarities be- tween them and the way we were at that level. Sure, we do notice a few differences, like their styles and habits. Basically, however, we are forced to realize that they're so close to us, and, in a few years they'll be facing the same prob- lems and happinesses we are. Then, that leads inevitably t the real generation gap be tween our parents and us. Is i really all that bad, or is it jus styles and habits? But ther again is another entire, whol SATURN 5 DISCUSSION-Randy Vanzwol, Instigator of (he Central School Space Club, explains the details of the Saturn 5 rocket to members of the club, which meets JOURNEV or subject. I wish to thank, on behalf o the entire 1970 Graduatio Jlass of Catholic Central, all .he teachers, parents and any one else who have helped us t succeed in all that we attempt ed. They gave unsparingly o their time and abilities to make us more complete as people and I hope each of us will con inue to develop as individuals I irash to Blank The L e t h- n'idge Herald for allowing mi the space to show a slight m :ight into the world of Catholii Central as a school, a youth centre and "home" to all [o there. Yes, it's a "great' school and will remain in the memories of all who go there Thank you. (The views voiced in the above column do not neces- sarily concur with either those of The Herald or Lei- ster's, but are a reflectioi of the student opinion.) TOP TEN LEISTER'S MAIL OROERSI Tick off the lelectioni you want and send le us. You'll receive your records for only each. PleoM Add 15c Postage on Orders and under. 1. AMERICAN WOMAN-The Guess Who 2. LET IT BE-Th> Beatles 1 3. LITTLE GREEN BAG-The George Bnk.r Selection J 4. MR. MONDAY-Tde Original Cast 1 S. SOMETHINGS BURNING-lst Edition t 6. SmiO-NeM Diamond 1 7. TENNESEE BIRDWALK-Jack Blanchard and Misly Morgan 1 8. REFLECTIONS OF MY LIFE-Marmalade 1 9. SPIRIT IN THE SKY-Norman GreenbDum 10. HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN-Friiid Pink COMING EVENTS JUNE 7th- p.m. Yales BIG BAND CONCERT Sponsored by todies' Auxiliary lo St. Michael's Hospital Overture Concerf Series Tickets Now Available NEW 3-PCE. SET SONOR DRUMS Black and gold sparkle. Regular SPECIAL .00 IESS SNARE DRUM LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BIDG., LETHBRIDGE NAME.................................... ADDRESS By MAHILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor They are Canadians, and they are only in Grade 5 and 6, but it can be safely said that they know more about the U.S. and Russian space programs than the majority of the adult population in any of the three countries. Ask them about rocket fuel, who was (he first man in space, or what the three firing stages are all about. They'll tell you. Who is this group o[ space enthusiasts? They're members of the Central School Space Grade 5 students and their mentor, Randy Vanzwol, who's in Grade 6. Randy's interest in space be- gan while he lived in Holland, and when he arrived in Can- ada a few years ago he began to develop his interest in earn- est. A talk at the school last year, for which he won a speaking trjphy, evoked enthusiastic re- sponse from his classmates. It was enough to form a club to learn about space. Every Wednesday a gather- ing of 15 students takes lunch to school and holds noon-hour meetings in the classroom, su- pervised by Emma-Jean Boko- voy. There's active participation from the students and e a c I speaker gets full attention from club members. This week Randy brought his own model of the Saturn V rocket which carried the U.S spacemen to the moon lasl year. His presentation is" clear, in formed, and with a complete mastery of his subject. Stu- dents say that they get more interested in space as the club continues. They feel they know more about space than their Retired Nurse Honored At Alberta RN Dinner CALGARY (CP) The Al- >erta Association of Register- ed Nurses night gave its high' est honor to a municipal nurse who kept bees, gave music les- sons and hunted moose and in her spare time. Alma Ferrier, from the tiny lommunity of Blueberry Moun- ain northwest of Grande 'rairie, received the Nurse of The imported table wine from Portugal- that is making history! the Year Award at the Associ- ation's 54th annual dinner. Miss Ferrier, who has jusl retired to Rutland, B.C., was born in Scotland and received her education. She served as a nursing sister in Aden and Tanganyika for 15 years before emigrating to Canada in 1958. Miss Ferrier high esteem was held in in Blueberry Mountain, an isolated commu- nity 25 miles from the nearest town. Her door was always open to anyone needing help and she thought nothing of call- ing on a sick family living off the beaten there on foot when roads. were im- passable. Most of the homes in the area had no running water, no cen- tral heating and many were without electricity or telephone. Her community activities in- cluded offering first aid and home nursing classes to 4-H groups and Forest Wardens. She was active with the first forest guides to be formed in Alberta and last summer camp- ed out and instructed them for two weeks at Hinton. She played goal with the lo- cal pec-wee hockey team, was an active member of the fish and game association and curler. She is a licenciate of the Royal Academy of Music and _ J For Summer Fun CORTINA PER MONTH So Little Paid For So Much! flh AVINUE 1 rlih STREET, Itlh STREET I 3rd AVENUE, gave piano lessons to "so Canada does in the Blueberry a part in it all." area. Many received awards October the club ha music the historical back Miss Ferrier was of space exploration for the award by the the Apollo flights. Nex River chapter of the the club will take on sate association. letter of ination forecasts that with a' "Her longstanding satellites being launched to the people of this could, in time, becom area is without for any nurse in this day also approximates the age Miss Alma Ferrier of the space program a one of the few nurses in very small in relation to province who has a truly American about five or 10 cents per per ine pioneer spirit with a he says. humanitarian projects the club would Honorary membership in to get launched before they association, in recognition of contributions to the nursing profession, were awarded to DIETRICH lian Tweedy, formerly of DENTURE CLINIC wright and now of Dental Mechanic and Elizabeth Johanson of Red BIdg. 328-4095 CASH ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. FRIDAY, MAY 15th 8 BLACKOUT JACKPOT 4th and Blh Garnet in 1 NUMBERS-12 Game LUCKY DRAW 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c Panoni 16 Years Not SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S and follow each space shot with equally informed in- terest. Club president Darryl Langridge, take over the reins of the club next year when Randy graduates to jun- ior high school. The club has, so far. obtain- ed books on space, posters and drawings. Members have writ- ten to NASA and the John F. Kennedy Space Centre for in- formation, and have been well- rewarded with, colorful and in- teresting material. The space exploration isn't series of cold facts and Ion figures when you hear it dis cussed by these youngsters. Command ship, landing mot ule, lunar lander, dockin mechanisms it's their Ian guage. They think Canada should b more active in the space race although Randy is quick t point out that the legs for the landing module were made see the end of school for term is a display, possibly to which classes in other schools could be invited to attend. The other is a "kitty" to pur- chase models for the club. While fund raising hasn't been a major objective of members to date, they expect the models will provide a valuable oppor- tunity for them to gain a thor- ough knowledge of what the launchings are all about. WINNERS AN and AF TEA HELD MAY 6th Door Prii.-Mn. E. M. Godfr.y 412 7th Avc. S. Beeiley 622 14lh SI. 5. C. Beteh 809 7th Avt. 'A' N. R Milli 511 28th St. S. Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It's simple howlquickly one may lote pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at nil and costs little. Just BO to your drugstore and ask for rJnrnn. Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Toko two Ublespoonsful twice a day aa needed and follow the Narau Reducing Plan. If your first purchase docs not show you a simple easy way to bulky fat and help regain slender more graceful curves; if reducible pounds and inches of excess Tat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, abdomen, hips, calves and ankles just return the empty bottle for your money back. Follow this easy way en- dorsed by many who have tried this plan and help bring buck al- luring curves and graceful slenderness. Note how quickly bloat much better you feel. More alive, youthful appearing and active. "E 1 The Playgoers of 1 wish to take this opportunity to IE L txpratt bee I Deep to I For support given by the following es in making it possible for the cast and crew "THE HI j la travel to Winnipeg and represent net only 1 bridge but all of western Canada at the ill Drama Festival on May CITY OF JAY TRAILER SALES as LETHBRIDGE WHOLESALE to MOTORS j COALDALE LITTLE MEN'S WEAR ALLIED ARTS FLOWERS v SICK'S BEAUTY SALONS 1 CANADIAN FABRICS j NATURAL and J HAIRSTYLING WOMEN'S WEAR UNIVERSITY IAWSON. TRAVEL BARBERSHOP NORTHERN BUS CAMPBELL SINGER'S MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR ROBINS, THEATRES AND LAUNDRY CITY SIGN CO. DAIRIES LTD. FLAGSTONE MOTEL H. FOOKS EVE MARANJO ASSOCIATES WALTER ELECTRIC LTD. A t W CASCADE LTD. PURITY MARTIN ROYAL BANK OF MARQUIS Branch BAALIM ROYAL BANK OF DEMETER AGRO ADA- 16th S. LURIE AND IMPERIAL BANK OF OF COMMERCE CANADIAN OF NOVA SCOTIA SVEN ADVANCE ACME BRANCH PARSONS ITD. LEONARD'S LETHBRIDGE AGENCIES CJOC LETHBRIDGE HERALD ;