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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, October 3, 1974 New commanding officer takes over Air cadets complete programs Stuart McDonald presenting top squadron award to John Gedrasik Some 28 members of No. 11 Lethbridge Air Cadet Squadron received awards and recognition for their efforts during summer training programs. At the ceremony held at Kenyon Field Armories this week, Capt. J. D. Puckett took over com- mand from retiring Capt. Norman Bullied. Warrant Officer Keith Hunt received his flying scholarship' wings at Penhold; Flight-Sergeant Clifford Bly received his glider pilot wings at Rivers, Man.; WO John Gedrasik completed the senior leaders course at Cold Lake; and Cpl. Lloyd Takeyasu completed the technical training course at Camp Bordon. Completing the Junior Non-Commission officer course at Penhold were Cpl. Rene LaBlanc, Cpl. Jack Simpson, and Sgt. Robin Tudor. Cpl. Grant Bullied, LAC Kurt Albiez and LAC R. D. Graham completed the venture training course at Camp Wright. Eight cadets attended the regular summer camp at Penhold, while four of them completed the extra bush survival course' at Camp Worthington. Finishing the course were cadets J. B. Blair, J. B. Byam, B. Harrington and A. W. Teles. Completing the aircraft technical systems and simulation course was LAC Trent Takeyasu and successfully taking the range assistant's safety course was Cadet S. R. Ross. Ex-Warrant Officers Don and Keith Hunt are now in the regular force Don at the University of Lethbridge and Keith tak- ing the Reserved Officers Training Plan at Royal Roads. Seven cadets assisted at Flare Square during the' Calgary Stampede and Supply Officer Lt. Gary Huckabay was employed at Penhold as a sports direc- tor. Top awards for selling the largest quantity of Hawaiian tickets went to LAC Gordon Pilling and WO Don Hunt. Stuart McDonald, member of the provincial committee, honored the Lethbridge squadron with the Top Squadron of the Year Award for the province of Alberta. Inspection party includes from left to right Lt. Gary Huckabay, Capt. Norman Bullied. Behind Lt. Huckabay is Eric Moffat, 702 wing, and right, Stuart McDonald. iSftSSSiS 1 2 3 4 5 Ignition system analysis. Lubricate heat riser valve. Supply and install new points and condenser. Supply and install new spark plugs. (Resistor plugs extra) Adjust dwell angle and timing. Adjust carburetor. 6 TF Inspect air X crankcase Q Inspect all belts K> cleaner element. Examine positive crankcase ventilation valve. and hoses. Test and service battery. 11 12 13 14 Check and record compression. Examine rotor, distributor cap and high tension wires. Test and record freezing point of radiator coolant. Final ignition system analysis. Now's the time to tune up and be one step ahead of 'Old Mart Winter'. And Gulf's Winter Tune-Up Package is just the way to do it. Parts and labour are included in the price and it's all covered under the Gulf dealer guarantee of 90 days or 4000 miles, whichever comes first. Don't be left out in the cold, phone or come in and make an appointment today, wherever you see the Winter Tune-Up sign. 14 Point Tune-Up 6-CYL INCLUDING PARTS AND LABOUR master charge Useyour Gulf Travel Card, Chargcx or Master Chaw. Or less. For most passenger cars. Offer expires Nov. Not your overage service station. CRISP program offers variety of courses OTTAWA (CP) At the Ot- tawa-Carleton regional deten- tion centre Linda Corbett, a 21-year-old York University art major, taught art classes to youthful offenders last summer. At the University of Ottawa biology student Michel Doris worked with three other stu- dents to save the Mer Bleue Bog in suburban Gloucester Township. Both projects were part of the Ontario-financed Ex- perience 74 program. Dennis minister in charge of the pro- gram, said the projects "pay dividends to the community and are often done for a frac- tion of the money they would otherwise cost." Miss Corbett said some of the best students in her art classes were the "roughest, toughest guys." About one-quarter of the de- tainees at the centre dropped in to the classes, but not all found them their cup of tea. Those who showed interest were encouraged to advance in their training. Miss Corbett was one of Voyageurs tour sugar factory Twenty-four Voyageurs from Pugwash, N.S., are en- joying a visit in Picture Butte with the same number from the host community slated to visit the Atlantic seaboard next spring. The eastern visitors, such as 16-year-old Ken Cassey, stay- ing with the Lloyd Peacocks, are billeted in local homes. Chaperones, Helen Reno and Terry Smith are staying with Ron and Marion Court. The five-day schedule arranged for the Nova Scotia guests include a visit to the Haney and Van Raay farms. Monday; Waterton, Tuesday; the Picture Butte high school. Wednesday, followed by a barbecue at the Elks Hall; a visit to the Japanese gardens and the U of L, Thursday plus a dinner sponsored by the Lethbridge Northern Japanese Canadian Society; a visit to both John Ziemspra's farm, lunch at the Cameron Hutterite colony east of Turin, a tour of the Picture Butte Sugar Factory, a football game and a dance, Friday A pancake breakfast Saturday will the busy week before the