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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE IHHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Ottolirr 16, 1972 Catholic Central students honored at awards ceremony The annual awards night was 1 held Catholic Control High Seliou! Wednesday night. j Following is a list of prize Vrinncrs: St. Basil's Catholic Women's League Award to Ixniisn Burke and Peter Ducket t for tho high- est averagt'5 in Grade a total of eight students received awards from the Lo'hbridge Miner's Library for thir highest averages in (.Jrade- six stu- dents received Lcthbridge Min- er's Library awards for highest averages in Grade St. Patrick's Parish A wa rd j to Sharon Vaselenak for the highest, mtirk in Grade 9; As- sumption Parish Award to Nan- cy McMahon for the highest average in U) matricula- tion program; DoJordan Studio Award to Mary Ann Harrington for the highest average in operates BELFAST i AP) Security force? in Nortlicrn Ireland are expanding their telethons tipoff network tor anonymous inform- i ers. The system already has lofl to t lie en ptu-'i? of sc: vor a al- leged Thsli Republican Army officers and guerrilla weapons dumps. Sir Graham Shillington, head of UK; Hoyal Ulster Con- stabulary, said the confidential phones in Belfast, Londonderry and oilier cilies proving an effective weapon against terrorism. Before the network was es- tablished, security forces found U difficult to tflean intelligence from Roman Catholic areas in the province where tho IRA is entrenched. The guerrillas are known to kill informers. SAYS UU WORRIED Shillmston said the IRA now Is getting "extremely worried" by the amount of information reaching tho police and army. The t ipoff network now will have eight telephone numbers where information can lie given anonymously. In a night of sporadic vio- lence in the North, a civilian vas shot in the leg by a sniper who fired from a speeding car in Belfast's Antrim Road area. The man's condition was not serious, British troops fired at two gunmen it: th'j Anloyiie district of the capital and they hit one. The British army said it had found more guns, ammunitions I and explosives in Protestant areas than Catholic enclaves in 1 searches during (he last week. Increasing activity among j Protestant militants has led to more stringent army sen relies in their strongholds. URGES JXTEGKATION Protestant leader Rev. Ian Paisley Wednesday night urged Britain to integrate Northern Ireland fully with the rest of the United Kingdom. This would mean no restoration of the currently-suspended protes- tant-dominated provincial par- liament in the North. In the Irish republic. Prime Jack Lynch announced that u referendum be held soon to discover whether the Irish people are witling to end the privileged position of the 1 Catholic Church in the state. j He mentioned Nov. 3U as a pos- sible date. Such a (jonstiUiUonal change would go some way to allaying Northern Protestant suspicion of n union. Earlier this year, V.'illiam Cardinal Conway, Primate of all Ireland, said he would "not shed a if the clause in the constitution guaranteeing the Roman Catholic Church a spe- cial place H-as dropped. Grade 11 matriculation pro- gram: St, Patrick's Parish A w a r d to Mary Kaplan ami Barbara Madura for the highest mink i in Grade 12 matriculation pro- 4ra in; St. P at rick' s a t holic Women's League Award to Ikir- jara Haciura for the highest average in Grade 12; Assump- tion Catholic Women's league Award to Theresa Hollander for the highest mark in Social Studies 20; Major Jack Ross Chapter LO.D.tJ. Award for Social Stu- dies 10 to Nancy McMahon; Fred Leister Award for the highest mark in Physics 30 to Uohclan Romnnhik; Dr. Ruby Larson Award for the highest mark in Biology 30 to Barbara Madura; Kiwarns Club of Green Acres Award io Dolores Sny- der; Catholic Charities C 1 o I hcs B auk A un id for th e 1 li ghes t marks in English '20 to Linda Kostek and Brian Forestall; Stuckart Family Awards for the highest average in Grade 10-12 business education programs to Coby Kramcr, Corine Szendyk and Kathy Ambnis; Yates Scholarship for outstand- ng ability and achievement in ine arts to Valerie Horvath; Studies Awards for he highest mark in Grades 10- 12 to Linda Stuckart, Mary Famngton and Jean Coni- stock; Kiwanis Club of Leth- Award (o Mary Kaplan; Knights of Colombus Awards :or the hi ghost a vera ge Urade 12 to Barbara Madura and Bohdan Romnniuk; a tola! of 16 students received Mr. anci Mrs, E. S. Vaselenak Awards for achievement in creative art and creative writing; Catholic Central High Schoo special awards in Chemistry TiO !o Kaplan and Chemistry 20 to Mary Anne Farrington Ken Shtaz Award for the Grade 12 boy of the year to Bohdan Romaniuk; Mother Felicitas Memorial Trophy to Barbara Maciura. Mortgage brokers cleared CALGARY (CP) Two inner Calgary mortgage brok- rs and u cily firm were ac- uiUod of fraud and theft .urges yesterday after an Klit-day trial in Alberta Su- I'enie Court. Lawrence and Manilou Petroleum aim EDMONTON fCP) Tolal revenue Frrxn petroleum and natural gas rights ui Alberta through the first half of (lie 1972-73 fiscal year was an increase from for the first six months of the 1971-72 fiscal year, it Was announced today. A statement released by the mines and minerals depart- merit said revenue from the sale of crown reserves was !877, compared with for fhe same pericd last year, Rentals accounted for 253 in the first half of the cur- rent fiscal year, a drop from last year. Total revenue from royalties was compared with in Uie first half of tlie last fiscal year. Noted fashion designer dies at age 72 Paul Duraiul, k-otlierton, 34, lortgagc anil Financial Ser- iccs Lkl. were found not gull- by Mr. Justice B. 0' lynic, who said lie believes 10 men "innocent" vie- mcs. They and Uie firm haii been ccusecl of defrauding Tama- ack Imis Ltd. of Cranbrook, I.C. of and a Calgary ioyal Canadian Legion hrancti f altemlping to rte- rauil (lircc ottior companies nd theft from Tamarack and he Legion in late 1970 am! early last year. r. Justice O'Byrne said: 'There, seems little doubt from lie evidence leil by the Crown hat there are rogues in all this. I'm stasified the rogues ire not before me." He said the men were 'among (he victims of the de- ceit." Workers court youth vote peak KATMANDU, Nepal CAP) A team of five Japanese, two Vepalese and au American have reached the top oE foot Putha Hiunchuli in the Himalayas, the Nepalese For- eign Ministry announced here. OTTAWA (CP) The Young] Liberal and Young Progressive Conservative organizations are considering banding together fnr the remaining campaign days of Monday's election in an (o get young people inter- ested in voting, it was learned 'Wednesday. Informed sources Cor both groups said the two youth or- ganizations, which are sup- ported financially by the parent parties, probably will announce the plan today in Toronto. That would give them three days lo j ti t e v o s t Canada's roughly three-million voters 13 to 24 years old in turning up at the polls. Both informants said the New Democratic Parly youth organ- ization, which has au Ontario president national struc- ture, also Is interested in the plan. That group would be en- couraged to join the other two. The proposed joint effort is saiti to the work of the presi- dents of the two old-line party of the Liberals and Ixm Domino of the Conservatives. Idea of the joint effort would j be for youthful party wovkers to seek out the haunts of young pcop te p ubs, ca m pus meet ing places, poolrooms and talk to young people about the need to play a part in de- mocracy's basic exercise. No effort would be made to ram party policy or philosophy down Uie throats of the young voters. Instead, members of both groups would talk to the young voters about democracy, the The proposal follows reports gat hercd 5 n a Cro ss- Canada Survey by The Canadian Press that only about 1.5 million, or half, the potential youth vole is expected by political organisers to vote. Tho two parly youth groups are retried concerncd about tho apparent apathy which prompted a New Brunswick student leader to comment that "for many, its a vote for tweedle-dum or tweedlc-dec." COURT YOUTH Tli e You ng Liber als and Youn g Conscr va t i ves have ac- tively coir-led the youth vote, but the NDP has made no cial efforts to attract it, ar- guing that most young people have the same problems as older people and thai young people vote largely the way their parents New Democrats have concen- trated instead on young mar- ried couples struggling to make a down payment on a house and who hit by rising con- sumer costs. The old-line parties, however, have made efforts to capture at least part of the 2.11 million first-time- voters which were ci- ther added (o the voting Us1 by changes in tha Canada Elec- tions Act, lowering Ihc voting Sunday bingo permits may be resumed EDMONTON (CP) Attor- ney-General Merv saiii yesterday bis department wants Solve mystery of slrangler WATERLOO, Onl. (CP) Waterloo police believe they have solved the mystery of ttio city's stranglcr. Chief Harold Basse said Wednesday that four incidents last month in which teca-sgo boys wove grabbed and choked may have been the work of a 15-year-old boy. The boy, who is mentally dis- i lurhed, is serving a term in training school for another of- fence. No assaults iti the city have occurred since tha suspect was sent to (he school. Chief Basse declined to re- veal what prompted police to pick Ihs youth as their major age to 13 from 21, or wc'.'e loo I suspect, adding that the young to vole in i gallon was continuing. to return mits for ic issuing of per- ,.y bingo. n, replying in tho legis'- to T. Chambers (PC Edmonton sail! the permits were halted be- cause of concern that the de- partment didn't have the au- thority (o issue them. Wording of the Lord's Pay Act is a problem but this can be overcome by bringing in Leilch said. This should clear party system and the need to the way for the permits to be vcte. issued once again. Prince is voiik Pare voclkn. Without :i flicker o( t r or color or scent A prince vodk i Hnvc the Prince tonight. SIGNS Prime.- Minister Trurfcau good-naturod to Super fro'j shirt worn by Jenni Anderson of Vancouver. NORMAN NORELL NEW YORK (AP) Superb tailoring and enduring style were the trademarks of clothes by Norman Norell, the award- dean of American fash- ion designers who died Wednes- day. He 72. Norell suffered a stroke Oct. 15, the day before the Metro- politan Museum of Art exhib- ited n collection of his designs (luring the last K years. Elegant entertainment stars and other celebrities treasured their No-ell coat.s and suits and dramatic evening par- iculnrly the famous long sc- quinecl gowns. Fiut the man u'hose clothes are freeiiirmtly referred to as (lie "Rolls-Royces of the fash- ion industry" fell the demand for his kind of workmanship ami styles fading. "fn 10 or 15 years there will he even less demand than lo- flay for he said recently. "The kids won't miss it. They never knew it DESIG.V AT 22 Fiorn in Noblcsvillc, Tml., the son of a haberdasher named I-cvinsnn, Norman came to New York at age 1ft lo study art. 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