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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 i He LtiHBRIDGt HERALD Thursday, September 28, 19.4 Souvenir booklet on sale By SANDY SMOLIAK Hamilton Jr. High Retrace the Northwest Mounted Polire trek of 1874' That's what Hamilton Junior High School students have done in their booklet entitled 1874 Trek Souvenir Publication Anyone interested in the RCMP and its history or are curious in knowing what the word trek' means to Hamilton students may buy a copy for 50 at the school. 15th Street and 5th Avenue S Under the direction of Bruce Haig, the students put together the 50-page booklet in the original trek, a two- page map of the NWMP march. plus 35 photographs which act as guides for the introductory letters Money from the publication sales will be used to help finance the Hamilton Junior High project Training program under way OTTAWA (CP) A 16-year .eteran of the Canadian rorces has been loaned to the to assist in its training irogram for policewomen The defence department aays Major Dons Toole, of St Tohn, N B, will spend six months at RCMP head quarters here as an adviser to he director of organization and personnel Her primary duty will be to advise the force on the application of its training irogram for female trainees QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic 303-5th Street So Metcalf Building PHONE 328-7684 The Exorcist Has the Exorcist returned to Lethbridge? Yes, but only temporarily Owned by Brian Rhodes of Medicine Hat, this car was in the city to get its unique paint job at College Mercury's body shop From here, the Exorcist is on its way to a car show in Ed- monton The paint job is worth The Herald Youth PHIL ILLINGWORTH photos ON SALE SEPTEMBER 26lh-2Blh-WHILE QUANTITIES LAST PRINTED FLANNELETTE YARDAGE Approx. 36 inches wide Our Regular Price 1.37 SPECIAL PRICE DISTINCTIVELY STYLED DECORATIVE LAMPS Our Regular Price 29 99 each SPECIAL PRICE MISSES' PULLOVER Nylon Rib, Long Sleeve SPECIAL PRICE KRESGE ICE CARNIVAL DRAW Deposit the saleslip of any purchase during Sept. 26 to Oct. 11 and be eligible to win two free tickets to the Ice Capades. You could be one of 4 lucky winners! Draw will be made at p.m. Friday, Oct. 11. Enter as often as you wish! MEN'S WORK HOSE Fte-mforced Heel and Toe Our Regular Price 1.35 SPECIAL PRICE MARLBORO TOILET TISSUE Soft Tissue in Color of While 8 Roll PHg Our Regular Price 1.63 SPECIAL PRICE 1 29 VOYAGEUR BLANKET Printed and BJended Approx 80 x 100 Our Regular Price 11.67 SPECIAL PRICE Downtown, Lethbridge Corner 4th Ave. 6th St. S. Musicians open to dental problems CHICAGO (AP) "Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn." but see your dentist first That's the advice of a Brooklvn N Y dentist-musi- cian who calls attention to a number of dental problems that may result from playing musical the violin The dentist. Dr Ernest Her- man, says in the September is- sue of the Journal of the American Dental Association that problems of the lips, teeth, gums, muscles and tongue may result Herman, an orthodontist who plays the trumpet and violin, says dentists should ad- vice would-be musicians, teachers and parents about the various dental factors in- volved in playing wind instruments. Herman says the playing of brass instruments, such as the trumpet and horn, presses the iips against the upper and lower front teeth and may result in shifting of the teeth if the mouthpiece is improperly- positioned Gum problem often result front playing reed instruments, such as the sax- ophone and clarinet, because much of the weight of the instrument resls on the lower lip. which is supported by the twUi gum and bone The playing of the violin and viola can Jead lo dental prob because of Hie necessity of supporting the instrument under the chin. Herman said The pressure on the jaw rnav Head lo faulty bite in some persons, he reported HAS LONG HISTORY The federation oi Swit7crJand has been an independent country since LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By IRENE SERA Kate Andrews High School, Coaldale Many parents and students have come to believe that failure in school inevitably leads to failure in life This notion has persisted so strongly and for so long that no one has even bothered to question it So much so, that parents become disturbed and distraught when their children do poorly in school Well take just isn't so At least not according to an article I read recently According to the article, many of history s most famous personalities were in fact rather mediocre students Albert Einstein, for example was said to be "mentally slow James Watt was described as "dull and inept Thomas Edison was consistently at the bottom of his class His teacher said his mind was "faddled Percy Shelley. Edgar Allan Poe. James Whistler. Sarah Bei nhardt Guy de Maupassant. Brendan Behan. Samuel John- son Wilhelm Rontgen Charles Thackery. William Randolph Hearst, Einstein, and Ignace Paderewski were all expelled from school Oliver Goldsmith. Sir James Mackenzie, and Sir William Rose had to wear dunce caps at one time or another Auguste Rodin was regarded by his teachers as the "worst pupil in school His father said "I have an idiot for a son Leo Tolstoy's teachers described him as both "unwilling and unable to learn Some of history's geniuses had problems with mathematics They included Benjamin Franklin. Carl Jung. Paul Nash. Alfred Adler and Pablo Picasso Winston's Churchill s academic problems failed to get him into university at Oxford or Cambridge Richard Wagner skipped from school Napoleon Bonaparte. George Bernard Shaw, and William Yeats all had problems with spelling The Duke of Wellington had to leave school because of his failure in classics Emile Zola. Somerset Maughan. Michael Faraday. Charles Darum. Moses, and Virgil and Arnold Bennet had stuttering problems Other historical figures who were not considered 'bright" while attending school include Ben Johnson Abraham Lincoln Henrv Ford. Sir John Huntci. Ernest Bevm. George Stephen- son Ancunn Bevm and Faradav GLAD products Home and Garden BAGS x 48" Bags Idea! for Fast Cleanup the STRDn Cones Pkg. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Thratre Bldg Phone 327-2272 ;