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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Thursday, October 24, 1974 Scuba diving anyone? The Scuba Diving Club of the Lethbridge Community College, funded by the Intramural committee of the student's union, meets for practice from to p.m. Mondays at the Stan Slwik Pool and Fridays at the Ritr Sick Pool. Faculty advisor for the 16-member group Is Shaun Ward, a physical education Instructor at the college. Henry Kujat, a first-year student and holder of an instructor's certificate In scuba diving, directs the members. At left, is Sharl Hahn; right, Lome Staples; and below, Henry Kujat is assisting Lome hook up a life vest. WALTER KERBER photos sunburst ceramics limited RETAIL OUTLET CONTINUES' SUNBURST CERAMICS is open every Thursday and Friday evening from 4 pm to 9 pm offer- ing many of its fine products DIRECT TO YOU. The world famous handcrafted ceramics and pottery along with its ovenproof cookware, is available at savings of 40% to 60% on a "as supply lasts" basis. Items for sale are limited to supply on hand of slightly imperfects, out of production and salesmen's samples and overruns. SUNBURST CERAMICS is located at 1014 3rd Ave. (across from the ALCB Warehouse.) SPECIAL SALE HOURS Thursday Friday to 9PM The Lethbridge Herald think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS His British Labor Party won a Parliamentary majority in the October 10th election. Who is he? HOW DO YOU RATE? 91 to 100 TO SCORE) SI toMpoMi EwJtant 71 toMpoMi Good. SI 70 pobiH Mr 80 or UrXtor? HTnrrt FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What country would you chocae if you were to plan Prime Minister Trudeau's next state visit? YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 When resetting your clock from Daylight Sav- ing Time to Standard Time, you should turn it an hour (CHOOSE- ONE: forward, 2 How many justices sit on the Supreme Court of Canada? 3 U.S. researchers claim they have found Indi- cations mat cannabis, more commonly known as (CHOOSE ONE: marijuana, may lower bodily resistance to disease, cause chemical imbalances in me body, and may be tied to birth defects, 4 The Party is the main opposition party In the British Parliament. x a-LIberal b-Nationalist 5 The and the emerged as league pen- nant winners, giving them the right to compete in the World Series. a-Los Angeles Dodgers b-St. Louis Cardinals c-Oakland A's PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....sequester 2.....surcharge 3.....gratuity 4.....apathy S.....bureaucrat a-sum added to usual cost b-lack of interest c-keep away from others d-gcvermnent official fol- lowing narrow, formal routine e-gift of money in return for service PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the does. 1-----Valery Giscard d'Estaiog 2.....Real Caouette 3.....Otto Lang 4.....Bora Lasldn a-Chlef Justice, Supreme Court b-Solicitor General c-Justlce Minister d-Soclal Credit Party Leader STUDENTS Save Practice Examination! VaJuabfe Reference Material for Exams. 5.....Warren AUxoaad e-Presldent, France 021-74__________________________ ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE Local students win U of L scholarships Several Lethbridge residents were recently awarded entrance scholarships and bursaries to the University of Lethbridge. Elaine King Brown receiv- ed the 1500 Parsons Electric Scholarship to begin preliminary studies toward a degree in medicine. Boy Scout executive elected FOREMOST (Special) RCMP Cpl. Brian Egli has been named president of the Boy Scout District Committee here. He succeeds school teacher Joe Trekofski, president for the past two years He is now vice president. Pauline Klatt is secretary treasurer. Hazel Tagg told a gathering of Beavers, Cubs and parents here that 11 Beavers and three leaders have completed the first year of beavering here. Five more boys will become Beavers soon. Irene Wallman said the local Cub pack will comprise about 30 boys soon. Two Beavers recently moved up to cubs and six more will join in January. Four new "chums" joined this fall. A new "family plan" of financing the Cub calendar, so that it will again become the fund raising venture it was intended to be, is under con- sideration. There will be a bottle and battery drive soon LAKES FOUND CLEAN OWEN SOUND, Ont Eleven Bruce Peninsula lakes have been certified clean by the Ontario ministry of environment Tests ducted over the last three years show that aquatic plant growth and algae levels in the lakes, situated in the southern part of the peninsula, are moderate. University entrance scholarship valued at 1500 were awarded to Jacqueline Hare and Douglas Bettcber. A PaUiser Distillers Ltd. scholarships valued at was awarded to Gregory Andrews, the Retail Clerks' International Scholarship of 1200 to Kevin Keith and the Archdeacon Cecil Swanson scholarship of to Joy Hickson. In addition, three Kiwanis Club of Lethbridge scholarships each valued at were awarded to Lethbridge residents David Robin, Kristina Nielsen and Michael Burla. All awards are tenable at the U of L during the academic year. They are 'awarded to freshman students for attaining high academic proficiency in Grade 12. The students will be honored at a formal awards night to be held at the University of Lethbndge November 20. Music students honored Several Lethbridge music students have been recognized by die Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto for achieving the highest marks in Alberta in the Royal Conservatory's practical examinations. Students receiving the Frederick Harris Ex- amination Scholarship and a silver medal are Diana Kolpak, Grade 4 piano; Debbie L. Gough, Grade 2 piano; and Darlene Irma Thorlacios, Grade 1 piano. Students receiving a silver medal include Heather L. fOanen of Vauxhall, Grade 8 piano; Marilyn Brand! Sawada, Grade 5 piano; and Sheila Jacobson, Grade 5 piano. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By ROBIN RYAN Lethbridge Collegiate Institute I haven't as yet had the privilege of the vote and I sincerely wonder how one goes about choosing his or her candidate. I tried as much as possible to follow the campaign issues regarding those candidates for Public School Board, as education is the thing that occupies almost 80 per cent of my life and a large part of the taxpayer's dollar. Does a candidate get elected simply because he or she is better known than another candidate regardless of issues in- volved! From information I have been able to gather, it seems most people didn't even know all the candidates running in the election. They are, for the most part of the population, apathetic regarding important issues in education! It seems the new- comer doesn't really stand a chance because people don't care to take the time to get to know them and what new contributions they might have to offer. And speaking of apathy, the "fickle finger of fate" award must surely go to the populace of Coaldale. They're un- believable 12 per cent turn out at the polls. After reading and listening to platforms offered by our can- didates, it seems certain individuals who must have taken a great deal of time to do their homework regarding education in Lethbridge were simply ignored while others could just sit back on their laurels of supposedly past performance and succeed. How many students can succeed in school with this type of an attitude they can't! How can we continue to sup- port certain individuate whose attitude is, "Well, if it was alright in the good 'ole days, it must be good enough for the kids today." However, we nave settled on a group of individuals for another three years for school board and I hope the idea of school councils will be implemented, so that school board member, teacher, parent and student can all offer their fair share of educational contributions. I hope that when I am granted the vote, I will use it wisely. By Uus, I mean making a special effort to find out about all the candidates and the stands they represent The media certainly provided the electorate with enough information concerning the election. More importantly get to know the candidate on a person to person basis by attending public forums and involving yourself in debates. These are the places yon really'get to know people! All candidates do not have huge budgets for electioneer- ing but should this lessen their chances of being elected? "SUPER PUMPKIN" SPECIAL "GIANT ORANGE" "GLAD" HOME GARDEN BAGS OU (THE 4 FT. MO WITH 4% BUSHEL CAPACITY) EXTRA HEAVY DUTY PLY OF USES: HetpFlgtrt Pollution LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. INMM'nMllmMJB. Phom 327-3272 ;