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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 nursaay, uciooer i nc LC i noniuuc Awards presented to Wilson students By Cinrtj Anderson M mv sin pi isc-d sludc tils in idc tin 11 wav up tin -tagc I isl WCl k 1 inguage iwaitl md a gold pin loi the biLhi si av h m man Coming events are cai washes bake sales auc lions and oihoi extitmg lliings niston Inn c lull is holding a dance Oc tobei 19 with the 1 i eling 11 om C algaiv aftci ihi looiball earne Irom 10 p m lo 1 a PI Ihe I elhbiidge Communitv (ollege has challenged the llnee senioi high schools to a bit vi le iac t It will be held in liom ol the ales entie on the evening ol Octobci 11 lionlius will he pifsunlofl 111" linn l s 1 he bov s and gn Is vollevhall teams got oil to a good siait Ihis veai winning loin out ol live games against IA I I lie big mot alt1 boostei s aiinind Ihe school aie our pi itle and jov the bun hill Kimlei Hit molding and i'asses each consisting ol ibout 2r> siudenis ate leallv gi i M lo have ai omul om last pip lallv Ihe miming i I iss siood up in 11 out ol the student bodv and sang the si hool song TV series Patrick De Cecco The sliucluial backbone of inn socielv is increasingly bee online; thieatened bv the feelings ol apathy The evidence to support this deg ition can be found bv the iimsinsus ol mdilference I In oiighout the schools i ohcges and i ommunitv For- lunilelv iheie are still some who i aie 1 C student Rick llollingsvMn ih is deeplv moved slifihth angered and i inn lined about the problem ,ip itbv In an attempt to t oi H 11 Hie pioblem he has his time to the mteiisi m the communitv bv t ii piodui mg and diiectmg a It I c vision series that hopeluliv will stimulate the public mteiest Ibi will be based on i iimmiiinlv pioblems and lack i ommiimiation in geneial Ibe Insi telecast be this I nd iv I he local RCMP have pi mned and sponsored a soii'l oicasion with hope ol bi 11 c i i n g c om muni tv i el it ions I IK event has been coined Mie (iie-ai Hike Hate and en- I nls competitive bike lacing bilween the Ihree high si hiiols (.illiolic Central (Clinichill and the 1 i thbi idge Collegiate In- stiiuti and the Lethbiidge ommnnilv College 1 ai h team will i onsisl ol 12 mi minis tiophv will be iw ii tied the vvmnei i mis t oes noi smmiiate Diilookcis ihenoveltv should ivni Vndv i n i at; mist RCMP torn m i ml i im o 1111 ei I H Hi m ham Ml Ken lluilbuit oppose Polue Clnel H Mn in Nun llu event will take place Oi lobi i 11 at 7 p m in liont ot l he lies Memoi lal Ccntie Practice makes perfect The Native Friendship Centre wishes to invite the citizens of Southern Alberta to its OPEN HOUSE and POW WOW Saturday. October 13th 1973 from 9 a.m to 1 a m. al il s new locution 324 4lh Street South Lcthbndge A dance will be held Friday, October 12th from 8 p m. lo 1 a.m at the Centre Admission S1 pei person Everyone is welcome Fenn i He ut e-1 i Tin i (v MX students it IIH Cmveisitv ol liimissee this simiinei spent h ill Un n davs living acting ind ikmg I ii'iich I m in nlv eight boms a d iv I iv i davs a week the LI oup u is immei sod in I 11 in h to g un college c'lodil loi two veais ol languages i inn ses m 12 vvei ks n 11 n (i ision piogiam di- ii i im s ml ih it d von h ivo a ui oup m a i oiiliollod aimos pin 11 ol I'i out h tni seven oi i ijii limits i d iv ibov can I In Ip b r Ii un the language For Paterson students Activities program creates interest Bv Herald Slall Heine mbt l sii tnif. dov> n with voui 'alhei listeniiiH to him pieach about what u was like when he went lo si hool tjilbtit 1'ileison siudonis have lopped the older geneiation Instead ol straight math science and I ngl sh take suth c .md tennis Students iM-s olleied il "sis tht'ss ol a choiu in a twut llOUIs I he t, aitiMties wiikh timing school Weightlifting, at school? Volunteer parent-teach- er Jim West oversees Paul Walker, Keven 0 Neil and Dale Kammski as they practice lifting weights Mr West comes to Paterson school every Tuesday and Thursday to instruct these young fel- lows under the activities program Instructor Ken Waters shows Greg Braun the ins and outs of golf Once m a while, the golf students travel to one of the local golf courses to get a real taste of what golfing is all about ac mines progidin is to ciealc. a bank ol e lime lot students iugtani s co oitlinatm I i n i e D a w s o n 1 1 e ol the ''ateison jumoj hiyh rekis to UK III jni as a thin pc i iiiuiu ll was stalled last md has helped meatK in s uifi the piobli m ol apalhv and lion pai tic ip.ition ol studuni> in both c ui nc ulai and cXtia cuiiuulai actnmcs Mi Daw son Theie aie about courses pi mned ihis with 22 in opti itmn Mi 1) blocks the acluiiies into week intervals This a student tan lake a number ol activities in one are oi his e hoic t He S.JK! students are asked to evaluate the couiso ahei the week pei iod letting In I- now wh it s good wh.'t s! DC. improved and h n shuald continue in (lit progiam In most cases i lasses ate' c o educational I hi giadt siiuitmes an bioken down with the exception ol tjirK shop Onh lunioi hifjh girls- mav eiiinl Die at livilits progiam has it'ii iv ed 400 Ini equipment undei a prop un developmtnt lund honi the publii school boat d and Ilic Fate i Students I mon The school is Imal Iv beemnne lo that niuc h is to be learned outride the class] oom savs Mi son Main ot the activities such as tennis goll nnK sell-improvunc nt and com munilv sC i v ic t i iht the students out into th' com munilv So lai we ve rtc eued much communitv suppoit He said U anspoi I ition alw a v s si LUIS to posi s ptoblem In most cases busts art ustd thtv nie nit available manv paitnls v olunteei to di i v e the siudenis This is f_'ood to set when the paients hke ID pel involved too oiitslanditm example ol volunteer parents is Jim Mi comes m everv luesdav ant' Thuisdav as a weiphtlillmg iristiuctoi Slucllv volunteei woik Mr Daw son said This exists because both students, and teatheis wani it to The enthusiasm is gieai the attendance is best on ac tiviut s davs- Some ot the ionises tillered aie singing stamp to'lecling 1 1 oc helinp bov s c ookiniz newspanei piodutlion 1 a p i d a i v m a t i a m e a n il begmnei s swimming COCKBURN PROFILE CONSERVATIVE By IAIN MacLEOD TORONTO iCP) Bruce Cockbmn one of his pub licitv photographs on the wall ol his manager s office with alarm 1 vou re not going to use that one he grinned (lone are the flowing locks and buslu beard the Cock- bum appearance familiar to main ol his Canadian follow eis om m (he touniiv s loiemost singers and song- wnteis has taken on a sui- pi ismglv c onservativc piofile 15ul no one is going lo have ti ouble i ei him on his cunent Canada-wide tour His music now isbettei than ever as he tuins his in novative stvle of singing and guitai plaving into anothei c haptei of his careei Phis is Biuce s second torn ol anada and vMth lour al bums behind him this lal ented musician liom is lasi becoming a household name thioughout the countiv ELECTRIC SOUND iiis music is howevei mov mg in dillcient directions these davs One side ol me is going to- waids a mote clectiic sound md one side is sticking with the acoustic sound he said beloi e the loin Seveial liacks on Biuce s thud and lecentlv icleased louith albums icveal th's new direction with prominent Use nl electiu guitai eleciiic bass and d i u m s com- plementing Ins innovative acoustic guitar On stage howevei he 10- mains a soloist I like Ihe exr ilpmnnl nl i gioup but il happens all too innoqiiontiv he said I don I aim to bi mg in othei music i.uis to back me live Pailui mhiseaieei bclore his t ilonts weie lecognued public h Hmce spent seveial venis m bands which weie going to achieve siaidom ovei night Fhose eailv vcais scived lo mv e Hiuce a t hoiough mounding in song-vviitmg I would wi ito songs spocil- icallv toi Ihe gioup I was plav- iiiL1 in at the time Theit weie main dillcient .md I had to malt h CMC h one songs inno dlllllllll ingles and making dilleien1 ot music did me good Catholics seek new rules for teen marriages I u also plavod a vai u iv 01 msii mm t v n ,.t out tune the oigaii I w is m aw lul oi j misi hi itiallid Pod iv his (me gun n pi iv- int; t an hi atti ibuied to hose i 11 h us win n he sh timm t d blues t ounli v mil pop i hv llmis tie pi ndini; on wh, i ol uioup hi w is m il tin linu unliki m inv ol Ins i on n nij nun Air Cadets parade Lethbndge air cadets are celebrating their Air Cadet Week which began Sun- day with a church paradp A special promotions and awards parade held at Kenyon Field Armories that night BOSTON i Saving that loon igo end in I nhii e mm e olton than not i Ii i H om a n Catholic inlulioiosi ot Boston wants ID m it h u tie i loi voung pi ople in eel ni.n i led 1 lu t Inn t b is dt velopinc a sii it i in w si t gunk Inn s nmi d il disc om agniL1 It i n ILI ma i i i i uc s hi I w ecu Knm in ilholu s ospu i illv i host whoie ihi mil is pi i ml I hi lilies will L'nvei n what pi u sis must do in c ist s when pi ipli iindi i am 18 vv ml In be m n i n d hen pi i un Hit v is mv nlv i il llu igi limit vv ill Iv I lu n ;