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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ON TIIS WAY Gregory Gibbons, a former Picture Faille student, left recently to study mathematics and phys- ics at the California Institute of Tc ch nology at Pa s ad en A Calif. This is one of the lead' ing scientific universities in the world. lie lias received a number of awards for out- standing scholastic achieve- ment, A Quantum Mechanics cxMbU earned him the Cana- dian Association of Physic- ists Award at the 1971 Cana- dian National Science Fair, While in attendance at the University of Lcthbridge, he won the John Von Neumann Prize for outstanding achieve- ments in in a (hematics 2000. Ms first year at the Cal- ifornia Institute of Technology lie has liecn awarded a scho- larship valued at Endorses idea TABER (HNS) Acting o Information from Minister o (ho Environment W. J. Yurko town council has fully endorse the week of Oct. 8 through 1 as Canadian Environmen Week. The special week, declare by an Act of Parliament, is I let all know that the benefits we gain from the environmen cannot be taken for grante and that diligence is require to preserve what we have an cherish. 'Bright, keen for Christ9 Uy MARY TYMBUrtSKl Herald News Service COALDALE "Christ in cv- ry pliose of a girl's is he motto of 1110 Pioneer Girls. "Bright and keen lor s the motto of the Christian Service Brigade for boys. Both are purposeful and chal- englng organizations. Things. ave now in readiness at the Coaldale Mennonite Bre- iiren Church to start (ho new erm of activities for the Pio- neer Girls ant! the Boys Bri- gade. The first meetings for each will be held the first week in )ctober, either Thursday or Friday evening in the church. All girls and boys, regardless of denomination interested in enrolling in this program may register now by telephoning 345- 35 OS. Both clubs have Christ-cen- tred, Bible based programs. Reared to the needs of girls and boys eight to 18 yca-s of aid1. This includes week- ly meetings with Bible reading, activity and achievement; out- door life, including a camp pro- gram; acliicvcment, .providing for skill development and coun- selling opportunities. "The girls and boys a-en't only taught theory but also must put this into said one official. Mrs. John Esau is chairman of Pioneer Girls. It is divided into two groups, the Pilgrim section lor girls Grades 3 to 6, (chief guide is Mrs. John (Lu- ell a) Siebert; and the Colonist section, for girls Grades 7 to 9, Mrs. Jake (Magdalene) Reim- er, chief guide. Chairman for the Christian Service Brigade is John Esau. Jake Dick will be the chief ranger for the Stockade s e c- tion, for boys in Crstles 3 to 8. The Batalion section for boys Grades 7 to 9 will lie; drcc'.ed by Peter Kopp, capSain. Eacli section leader will be assisted by several other pcr- ions in the various club activi- ties. The Coaldalo Mcnnonile Bre- llren Church decided a year ago to adopt this weekly club program. Its headquarters arc at Burlington, Ont. It is used by churches across Canada. The program here got off to a late start. A committee was appointed to organize the clubs. The lead- ers went through an extensive training period with a written examination at the close. However, by February, 1972, both the Pioneer Girls and the Christian Service Brigade were conducting meetings ev- ery Friday evening in the lower auditorium of the church and in the chapel adjacent to the church. Child STEVE'S QUALITY MEATS AND CONFECTIONARY COAIDAIE PHONE 345-3929 SPECIAL BEEF and PORK SALE SALE ENDS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7th Beef Sides Ib. Beef fronts 68" 57" PORK Beef hinds 47t PRICE INCLUDES CUTTING AND WRAPPING BACON AND HAM 4 ffcg PER IB. CURED AND SMOKED EXTRA SAUSAGE MADE TO ORDER OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. TO 10 P.M. VISITS FORT MACLEOD Miss Armelta Slumpf of MillersvTIle, Maryland, supreme guardian of the Inter- national Order of Daughters, chats with Fort Mac- lead members Arnol! Moorey, associate guardian of Bethel No. 3, Mrs, Eileen Mackay, acting guardian, and Gail Roiling, honored queen. Miss Stumpf is going to Paci- fic countries on a year-long trip'for the organization. Swlhart Photo Blood donor clinic set for Tuesday at Pincher FrWoy, 29, 1972 Trll tETHlRIDOI HUAID _ 3 COALDALE The Barons- iui-eka Health Unit is spon- oring the following LiTanl and re-school clinics: COALIIUHST: Tuesday, Oct. in the Royal Canadian Le- ion Hall from 10 a.m. to 12 oon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Oct. 3, in le Health Unit Office in the Building from 0 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 .m. BARN WELL: Wednesday, 3ct. 4, in the school from 1 to p.m. IRON SPRINGS: Wednesday, 3d, in the school from o p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Oct. in the Health Unit Office y Grade 1 teachers, ail of whom have an excellent record as teachers of this They compared these. >upils with the Grade 1 pupils )t legal age. During tills pcr-od another teacher conducted two series of tests. Staff members were well-qualified in administering, scoring and interpreting the results of the tests, used only as confirmation of tha individual teachers assessment of the child's readiness. A total of 156 pupils are enrolled in Grade 1, 101 are six years and older, while 55 aro between 51i and six. The board's policy has provided an opportunity for the 55 pupils to qualify for Grade 1 status. Mr. Zubick also advised that 25 of 55 youngsters have already indicated readiness for Grade 1 work. Eight will bo given an additional week to qualify and the remaining 22 will have an opportunity id enroll in the Headstart groups. They will be ready lor Grade 1 work nest September. 3 mobile homes STIRLING (HNS) The home site lias added new lomes established by Mr. and Laurent Conard, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Adamson, and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Ogden. The village secretary, Nell Webster, is now working on ilans to create a street through .his site and replol available areas for future MEETS MONDAY COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Community Hospital Auxiliary will meet at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 2, in the hospital PRENATAL TO K, CLASSES Start Monday, October 2nd 7.30 p.m. FOR FOUR WEEKS LEE CREEK EDUCATIONAL CENTRE For Information Pleasft Contact Mrs. Judy Skipworth or Chief Mountain Health F-VHSSS '_! ACME TELEVISION in co-operation with 1 MAGNAVOX TELEVISION present I B Another 1st for Southern Alberta ADVANTAGES OF LEASING PINCHER CHEEK etween the planning committee f the Lethbridge hospitals oard and representatives of he Taber General Hospital oard, (and contributing civic has been ar- anged for early October. Mrs. Helen Wentz, council's epresentative on a local hos- pital services planning commit- ee told council recently about activities of the committee, 'hese have centred on the es- ablishment of a nursing home lere. She also reviewed local acti- vities aimed at encouraging he board, to build ts next development here. There is the possibility, being explored by the Alberta Hos- )ital Services Commission, to up a "viable catchment area" centred on Taber. NO INITIAL INVESTMENT 19" Color TV tolls you NO INTEREST ON INVESTMENT NO SERVICE COST OK PROBtEM (Sirvica Contract costl NO DEPRECIATION (A new TV deprcctatoi by 35% -i- PURCHASED SET CANNOT BE EXCHANGED AT ANY TIM! LEASED SET CAN BE EXCHANGED AT ANY TIME AFTER 1 YEAR MEETS TUESDAY COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3, in the John Davidson School, The film Pheasant Fever will be shown. A-1AGNAVOX COLOR TV Features all the big TV ad- j vantages such as Qulck-On, sun ihield, telescoping on- j lenna, and retractable carry- ing handle. Shown In Ipork- llng whita and yclfow colors, the nroh-lmptxl moulded case of non-wood material is L, 15" D, H. A great addition to any homo. ACMtr LEASING MONTHLY To lease your color television clip Ihii coupon, fill it gul and mail 4 locations liited at tha bottom of Ihii advertisement. il to one of ou FOR COMPLETE BOOK PUBLISHING The UtMnidge Herald PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 or 328-4411 NAME ADDRESS PHONE NO. CITY OR TOWN SIZE OF SET REQUIRED (PLEASE CIRCLE) 13" 15" 17" 19" 20" 25" 26'; Befora you purchase your color TV, inquire about our LEASING PROGRAM. Bui re- I member wo tell TV and Stereo We hove over COLOR TVs to chooso froml 1 535 I3th St. N., Uthbridgg Phone 327-6361 1001 26th Avo. S.W., Calgary Phone 246-3358 College Mail, lelhbridge Phons 323-3316 910 6th Ave. S.W., Calgary Phono 269-3987 and 269-4191 ;