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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETH8RIDGE HERALD Thursday, May 17, 1973 DISTRICT NEWS International walkathon set MILK RIVER The Coutts-1 in the world, hold its In-! The walkathon will begin in Sweetgrass Lions Club, the only i ternabonal Walkathon Satur-1 Milk River, and end in Sun- truly international Lions Club j day. i burst WHENY TAKEt GETA READY TO N THE WORLD iONDA-FOUR! To every motorcyclist there comes a day when you want the ultimate the supreme confidence that comes from knowing your machine has all the performance you'll ever need... and more. The world's g! first super-bike, the Honda CB750 is etill on top... still the greatest 750-cc superbike around. Dependablity' In 24-hour event after 24-hour event last year, the Honda 750-4 kept coming out in front. Also in the same superb, smooth- running class... the Honda CB500-4 and the CB350-4. Try them. At your dealer now. CB750 Yes! You can handle a Honda! ________________ _______ H3-5A DISTRIBUTED BY: CLARKE SIMPKINS HONDA, 760 Alderbridge Way, Richmond, B.C. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE _------------------ SALES SERVICE CHARGEX 1117 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-8889 Southern Alberto's Largest and Most Progressive Motorcycle Dealer Proceeds will be used for Lions Community Chanties. Participants in the event, in to the nine prize cup winners, will each receive a three-colored patch at the start of the event. During the last year the Coutts Sweetgrass Liens Club has supported the following: Montana Girl and Boy State Delegates, Sunburst High School Athletic Banquet, the Town of Sunburst Swimming Pool, the Canam American Le- gion baseball team, the Golden Skyliners Band, the Shelby Rest Home Christinas Party, the Montana Association for the Blind, the Ridge view Rest Home Christmas Party, the Christian Braille Foundation, Little League Baseball in both Coutts and Milk River, the Ridge Rider football Club, the Coutts the Unitar- ian Service Committee of Can- ada, CARE, the Coutts Cub Pack, the Ccutts Fire Depart- ment, and the Victoria Harbor Hospital. Judge's school CLARESHOLM (Special Attending a r e c e n t judge': school at Taber was Miss Caro Aschim, district home ejjnom ist: Mrs. Dave Calderwood of Granum, and Mrs Larry Lewis and Mrs. Gordon Laing, both of Claresholm. Girls learn how to comfort babies JEAN SWIHART photo Mrs. Kathy Legg, Chinook Health Unit nurse, third row, far right, end 27 of her pupils gather after winding up an eight-session baby-sitting course at Fort Macleod It was sponsored by the St. John Ambulance Association and ended with an examination. Assistant instructors were Fire Chief Len Hatton and RCMP Cpl. Dave Rooke. Front row, from left, Rhonda Ducharme, Jean Coutts, Diane Schmitz and Ethel Hoeksema. Second row, Lori Mensaghi, Rose Pelletier, Anka Vanderbeld, Darlene Tomik, Kathy Best, Sylvia Pelletier and Susan Schwindt. Third row, Carlo Van Tol, Christine Sander, Linda Chapman, Debbie Eagle- son, Lisa Brown, Charlene Becker, Laurie Keifer, Linda Cofell, Mrs. Legg; and back row, Corrine Field, Yvette Jones, Leta Milne, D'anne and Sandra D'Andrea, Melanie Palmer, Nony Cuppen and Allison Sponholz. I AND 1020 3rd Ave. South (Next to Cablevision) Open a.m. to p.m. Monday to Fri day a.m. to p.m. Saturdays PHONE 328-9221 OR 328-9222 o) INTERIOR EXTERIOR 32-010 HOUSE TRIM PAINT WHITE CHOOSE FROM HUNDREDS OF CUSTOM COLORS IN GENERAL PAINT'S BEST QUALITY FINISHES SPECIAL DOOR PRIZES BUY NOW! FREE COFFEE AND DONUTS Also available at your iocal general paint dealer: DON'S BUILDING SUPPLIES Located on Highway No. 3 East, Lethbridge (Next to Husky Bulk Oil) Phone 328-3535 Little Bow hospital receives sift L O S CARMANGAY (HNS) Sev- en Girl Guides and leaders Mrs Elearor Ross and Mrs. Judy Dahl visited the Little Bow Municipal Hospital re- cently. They gave the hospital ash trajs and embroidered tea cloths passed at Taber in drive to fight cancer TABER The excellent res- ponse of residents of Taber and district has pushed the cancer house-to-house canvas to more than for the first time Slightly more than ?2 100 was collected by camassers during April. It is hoped that with contri- butions from memorials, mail- ms, and the daffodil drive an objective of may be reached The Taber and District Can- cer Society was headed this jear by Dave Oswald and Alice Avcry was secretary treasur- er. Nursing supervisor Mrs. Do- reen Miller showed the girls around the hospital, demon- strated the way to make a hos- pital bed and spoke on first aid. Earlier they toured the local post office. A3OUT BEING BALD. "There isn't a bald man anywhere who isn't troubled by his according to Dr. Samuel Herlich, an expert on hair transplant. In Weekend Magazine this Saturday, Dr. Herlich explains how bald men are dif- ferent from other people based on some interviews he has had with bald and balding men during the last ten years. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Lethbrtdge Herald think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS Journalist Peter Niesewandwasrecentlyreleased after being held 71 days in solitary confinement b-v the government. HOW DO YOU RATE? 91 to 100 points TOP SCORE! 81 to 90 points Excellent 71 10 80 polnu Good 61 to 70 points Fair. 60 or Under? H'mml FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION lessons do j'ou think can be learned f rom the case in the U.S.? YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 The first World Hockey Association Champion- ship was won by (CHOOSE ONE: WinnlpegJets, New England 2 Leslie Mlscampbell Frost, Progressive Con- servative Premier of ?..from 1949 to 1961, died recently at tne age of 77. fc-British Columbia b-Newfoundland c-Ontario 3 Skylab is a joint American-Soviet space ven- ture. True or False? 4 Federal Labor Minister Munro said the gov- ernment favors a that would gradually Increase the federal minimum wage to an hour. The present federal minimum wage Is an hour. 5 The Premier of declared a state of emergency after repeated flare-ups of fighting between Palestinian guerrillas and government forces. a-Syria b-Lebanon c-Iarael PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....inundate a-f reedom from prosecution 2.....Immunity b-to overflow, to cover over 3.....inculcate d-to teach 5.....impending e-to Involve PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....George Flahiff a-horse racing ]ockey b-American envoy to Leonhardy China Turcotte 4.....George Chuvalo 5.....David Bruca c-Canadian heavyweight boxer d-Winnipeg Eoman Cath- olic Cardinal e-U.S. diplomat kidnapped In Mexico 514-73 VEC, Inc STUDENTS Save This Practice Examination1 Valuable Reference Material for Exams, ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE ;