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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Septemoer 19, 1973 THE l.ETHBRIDGE HERALD-3? Let me you An eager beaver tries to whittle a front-end loader down to size during clear- ing operations in Stanley Park in Vancouver. The loader was used to create a new pond for the park's beaver population. Convention plans finalized for national pensioners Plans have been finalized for the upcoming convention of the National Pensioners and Senior Citizens Federation, to be held Mon- day. Tuesday and Wednesday at the El Rancho convention centre. Delegates and visitors are expected from every province, as well as visitors from the United States. Registrations will take place Monday at 9 a.m. with opening ceremonies to follow, with greeetings from Mayor Andy Anderson and Mr. J. L. Lerette. national president calling the convention to order. Special speakers for the 6 p.m. banquet will include Norm Cafik, parliamentary secretary to Marc Lelonde and Stewart Button, secretary from the New Horizons office in Ottawa. Other speakers will be In and out of town Members of Xi Nu Chapter, Ma Sigma Phi. recently held i corn roast for the families at he research station. Baseball md races were part of the mtertainment. Mrs. Nancy Rutt of Coaldale has been re- appointed area commissioner for the Chinook Area guides. Mrs. Rutt recently completed a three-year term of office and will serve another two. She has been associated with guides since 1964. A choir demonstration was held recently at the new Mount Royal College, Calgary with the following Southminster Junior Girls' Choir members in atten- dance: Loretta Bailey. Judy Dawson, Virginia Martin, Mary Duckett and Colleen Hoyt. The workshop was con- ducted by Anne Campbell. Dianne Burrows of Regina, Saskatchewan was awarded first prize of at the Sept. 2 and 3 National Festival Competitions which took place in Toronto. She will be appearing in Lethbridge for the concert sponsored by the Lethbridge Branch of the Registered Music Teachers' Association, at p.m. Friday at the Yates Centre. The coloratura soprano will share the spotlight with pianist Jamie Syer of Calgary. Tickets are available from any registered teacher. Leister's Music and at the door. Among the graduates who received their doctoral degrees at the spring convoca- tion of Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, was William John Byrne of Lethbridge. Dr. Byrne received his early education at the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute and at the University of Calgary where he was the recipient of the gold medal for achieving highest marks in the graduating class. He also has the distinction of having at- tained honors standing in all his university courses, and was admitted to Yale on a scholarship and later given a Canada Council Research grant. Dr. Byrne is the son of Mrs. Mildred Byrne and the late Ralph Byrne; is married to Louise (nee Shaw) and has two daughters. He is employed by the federal government at the National Museum of Man in Ottawa. Mayor Anderson and honorary national president Nathan Medd. A representative from the Alberta government will also be in attendance. A social evening with dance music by Les Handley's Orchestra has been planned for 9 p.m., with a special showing of the film Under the Sun and refreshments served by the Chinook Ladies Aux- iliary. Tuesday will be spent in morning and afternoon convention sessions: with a bus tour of the city to follow as well as trips to the Japan- ese garden, Stewart Game Farm, Lethbridge Commun- ity College, Indian Battle park, Fort Whoop-Up, Univer- sity of Lethbridge and the Brewery Gardens. Wednesday, a trip to Waterton National Park, luncheon and boat ride have been planned. For further information, banquet tickets or reser- for trips, members are asked to phone the secretary at 327-3264. New members welcome. Native studies on hold GUITAR lessons instrument supplied for home practice at Ph. 327-7524 530 5th St. 3. It appears that 20 native students who enrolled at the University of Lethbridge in anticipation of a native Studies program will have to wait until at least 1975 to sign up. James Foster, minister of advanced education, told University of Lethbridge of- ficials Tuesday that he would not budge on a January deadline to approve or turn down the proposal. University president Bill Beckel made what he termed a "special plea" for the government to approve the program immediately. Otherwise. "I don't chink we'll make 1974." he said. !'Yet we've got 20 people on campus now signed up." Dr. Beckel said it would take !8 months to set the program up and that a start could not be made on es- tablishing a curriculum until a specially qualified person could be employed full-time. But Mr. Foster said that he had to be fair to many other proposals from universities across the province for a variety of programs. A deci- sion should be reached by January, lie said. Not enough names LAKEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Eugene Stanek is trying to ex- plain to his four-year-old son what four new brothers and two new sisters will mean. Three of the six children born Sunday night to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stanek are experienc- ing respiratory problems and being administered increased doses of oxygen, hospital of- ficials reported today. But doctors were optimistic last night that all the babies, which weighed from just under two pounds to just under three pounds at birth, will survive. "We'd known for about three weeks that there might be five or said Stanek, a 31-year-old accountant. "We were hoping for a se- cond child. We didn't really plan for having more than one at a time." He said Mrs. Stanek, 34, was taking a fertility drug, Pergonal, prior to the births. Stanek said he and his wife are expecting the six infants to join their young son Gregory at home in six weeks. Stanek said he and his wife are concerned about paying "thousands of dollars" in medical expenses that won't be covered by insurance. He said he plans to look for a house with more room than his three-bedroom home. Three obstetricians, 12 pediatricians, two anesthesiologists, several nurses and other technicians were on duty in the delivery room for the births. One boy remained unnamed because Stanek said he and his wife had chosen names for three boys and three girls. The live named arc. in order of birth. John, Julia, Steven, Jef- I'rev and Catherine. :v vj' Tomato Juice Fruit Cocktail 14 02. Family... 19oz. crushed, sliced, lid bits. 311 .00 Fie Filler Sun Rype. 19 oz. Pie Filler v apricot Mushroom Soup Campbell's 10 oz. 211 .00 Contadina Baby size Tomatoes uoztms ...d for I Soda Crackers 28 oz. tins .....................fc for Chef Boy-Ar-Dea Mini Ravioli. Beefaroni. Lasagna Beefogetti 14 oz. tins for Chocolate Chip 2lb. LiPton Beef Noodle, Chicken Rice Tom. Veg., Chick. Supreme Pkgs... French Cut 14 oz. 2 3 for 0 .00 0 0 Bicks Sweet Mix 32 oz. Yum Yum 32 oz........... New from Campbells-Spicy Hot V8 and V8 Clam-carton of 6-6 oz. tins Coffee Mate Pak 1 .09 Pepsi, Jamicia Dry, Sprite............ Paimolive Liquid 32 oz........... .0 for I .00 Plus Deposit Perky 16 oz. Prim Roas ib. Onsck Steaks Ib. 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