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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 14, 1974, Albert Lea, Minnesota Albert Lea Tribune 12 a a Tuet Doy. May 14, 1?74 John Speltz gives time to retarded John Speltz of Albert Lea is one of five St. John s University students working with mentally retarded children from the St. Cloud area. The youngsters through the combined services of 13 volunteers from St John s University Stu and the College of St. Benedict cab the association for retarded children and the red Cross Are paddling their Way through a to hour 10week swimming course in the St. Johns Warner palestra Pool. The Pool time has been donated by the Stu athletic department. Cab Junior Lynn Gresser directs the training sessions. Her optimism is apparent As she talked about the work of the volunteers Quot i am very pleased with the turnout of students who have offered their help. For Many this is their first a involved Contact with the retarded but their enthusiasm has easily filled any Gap resulting from their inexperience. The services of the five Guys provide an important contribution to our the hard work of the volunteers does not go unnoticed by the parents of the retarded children. They frequently use superlatives to describe their feeling towards the instructors and the program. Quot these volunteers need the patience of a Saint Quot said one Mother As she and her husband watched their Young daughter attempt to float guided by her instructors arms. Quot even if the Overall achievements Are minimal these sessions will expose our children to a completely new experience. And that is just As Speltz a freshman member of the Stu swimming team graduated from Albert Lea High school in 1973, he is the son of or. And mrs. Thomas Speltz 311 Garden re. Rim shippers graduates Kim e. Shippers formerly of Albert Lea will graduate May 28 from Southeast Polk com deca award winners members of Albert Lea High schools chapter of distributive education clubs of America deca who received project awards last week for their contributions to deca during the last two years include seated l to r Karen Amundson Mark Cameron Robin Christensen Greg Kiser and Julie Vollmer and standing l to r Richard Elioff Johnsrud. Brenda Sorenson Monica Peterson Roxann Avelar Debra Schumacher Loreen Jellinger and Kathy Lonning. Karen Dowd is not pictured. Campus notes Junior achievement disco members of Junior achievement whose project was to staff disco this year the weekly program aired on Kate radio include from left. Tony Kvenvold Larry Baker Dan labs wilds. Kevin Westendorf Julie Gordon Lucinda Mueller Colin Minehart and Steve Smith. Disco was named top company in Junior achievement this year. There Are five companies. Tribune photo Kim shippers Unity High school Altoona. Iowa. She is the daughter of Sandra shippers and the late Wallace 0. Hagerud and the great granddaughter of Laura Mccalley 617 tenth St. Over next to years handbook tells Job prospects Emmons enters runner up recipes Emmons a Robin Smith and eight of her Home economics students at Emmons High school entered the runner up get of recipes in a National teen snack idea contest sponsored by Gerber products co. The students involved were Dawn Mccolloch Sharon Nesset Kyle Paulson Debra Peterson Doreen Schewe Connie Swenson Julie wend and Laurie Yocom. Entries had to contain Gerber foods and were judged on the basis of creativity originality appetite Appeal practicality and neatness. The Emmons group entered four recipes and will receive a Supply of baby care products from Gerber. By Frederick l. Berns Tribune Washington Bureau Washington a you re a oing to school today and thinking about jobs tomorrow. You be heard All the talk about Quot the tight Job Market Quot and and How that Guy Down the Block has spent three months looking for a Job. So you re a Little scared. But you be. The labor department says that 60 million ohs will become available by j985. In some occupations like dentistry and mechanics and Aerial work the Outlook is a Osy. Employment opportunities Are also considered excellent in Fields ranging from Sodal work to stenography from construction work to computer work. But there Are other occupations where opportunities re expected to decrease. Secondary school teachers will continue to find that Supply in their Field exceeds demand. Scientists May face similar prospects. And the Day of the Independent family Farmer appears to be drawing to a close. Tomorrows Job picture is the subject of the 1974-�?T75 Quot occupational Outlook handbook a West Point n.y., Home of the . Military Academy is americans oldest military Post in continuous operation. It became a permanent Garrison for american revolutionary troops Jan. 20, 1778. An 842 Page labor department report that assures you that the prospects for Many of the 850 it professions it describes Are Good. The report Points out for distance that your chances Are it Etter in a service producing Ather than goods producing of. Service professions a health Are repair and maintenance transportation banking a Are rapidly expanding. The number of finance insurance and real Tate agents is expected to More than double by 1985. Government employment is also growing at a remarkable rate specially in agencies providing education health sanitation welfare and protective services. Goods producing jobs Are something else again. Little growth is expected in the Fields of agriculture manufacturing construction and mining. The Bureau of labor statistics estimates that there will be about 40 per cent fewer Farmers in the mid-1980�?Ts than there were two years ago. The handbook reiterates a familiar theme there will be better jobs for better educated Job seekers. Quot employers Are seeking people who have higher Levels of education because Many jobs Are More Complex and require greater skill Quot the Book Points out. Quot furthermore employment growth generally will be fastest in those occupations requiring h e most education and officials note that skill requirements Are rising As new automated equipment that Means for instance that better trained individuals will be sought in sales work where machines will be redesigned and equipment will be More Complex. Yet while College degrees will be desired More than Ever they also will be More abundant than Ever. Which Means that occupational training a through Community colleges and Post High school vocational education courses a Are expected to increase in popularity. It still will be possible to get most jobs without a College Jierree. Lithographic occupations fire fighting and Cement and Concrete masonry work will be available for persons with Only a High school degree. The handbook which can be purchased by sending $6.85 to the superintendent of document s . Government printing office Washington d. C., 20402, is filled with both general and specific data. There is information on the Overall Job Market of the future a predictions of a labor Force by 1985 of nearly 108 million More than half of whom will old White Collar jobs. There is plenty of specific data too a pages telling you what an underwriter is what a forestry technician does the kind of training a Floral technician needs and the salary that a psychologist makes. Augsburg Linda King daughter of or. And mrs. Franklin King 1303 Poplar ave., has been accepted for admission to Augsburg College in Minneapolis next fall. She plans to major in sociology. Winona state Kathleen Haugh daughter of or. And mrs. Harold Haugh 416 High St., has been elected treasurer of the student Senate at Winona state College. The 20 member Senate is the official voice of the students in Campus affairs. Beloit Daphne Hamborg daughter of or. And mrs. Millard a. Hamborg 1708 Frank Hall dr., was awarded the annual Hart Crane and Alice Crane Williams award for the Best poem or group of poems. The prize is awarded by the american Academy of poets. Miss Hamborg is a Middle Classman at Beloit College in Beloit wis. Bemidji state Laurie Jellinger of Albert Lea was one of four Bemidji state College language students who recently spent several Days helping High school students participate in French oriented activities and culture. They were staff members for a mini week program at the con Cordia College French language Village near Bemidji. Brown Mike Gilbert son of or. And mrs. Harry Gilbert Lake Mills has completed the radio and television broadcasting course at Brown Institute Minneapolis. He was graduated first in his class was on the Deans list and earned a five week accreditation allowing him to Complete the 40 week course in 35 weeks. He is a graduate of Lake Mills Community High school. School of business Scott Gilbert son of or. And mrs. Jack Gilbert 910 Ulstad ave., has enrolled in the Minnesota school of business. The 1972 graduate of Albert Lea High school will begin the senior accounting program in september. Mankato state Neil Johnson son of or. And mrs. Clarence Johnson Kiester is one of 13 Mankato state College students who have participated on the alumni student advisory Board during the school year. That group has among other things raised funds for Charity sponsored admission free social activities composed a Booklet for new students and established an extensive recruiting program. Waldorf Margaret Wangen of Albert has been accepted for admission to Waldorf College in Forest City Iowa next fall. Austin cd among area people accepted for admission to Austin Community College in the fall Are Jeffrey d. Rogness Danny l. Peterson and John a. Yost All of Emmons and All in marketing technologies and from Albert Lea High school Ronald Olinger pre pharmacy Nora Frydenlund Pamela Lysne and Suzanne k. Iverson Liberal arts Charles Olson engineering Paul Fakler mathematics Pauline Slegh secretarial Kathleen Kermes Rrt Julie Hart environmental technologist Ronnie Cather accounting Nancy Cashin elementary education Brenda Bromson and Debra South associate degree nursing program Cynthia Diane Ganske English and Brian i blowers marketing technologies. Southwest state a number of local people were among those named to the charter Dean s list at Southwest Minnesota state College for academic achievement during Winter Quarter Gale Jenson Rick Lee and Rachel Syverson of Albert Lea Lucia e. More of Blue Earth Allan d. Anderson Earl l. Anderson Richard o. Harrison Brian a. Klingbeil Bricelyn Cindy f. Holm Elmore Irene Callahan Suzette Gillard and Laurie Stenseth Glenville David Mensing Minnesota Lake and Mark Stenzel Wells. Augustan Brenda Tavis daughter of or. And mrs. Donald Tavis Albert Lea was one of 169 students at augustan College in Sioux Falls so. Sak., to receive scholarship during awards Day ceremonies at the school earlier this month. She received the John g. And Emma Fosmoe memorial award. U of Minnesota Allan Halvorsen son of or. And mrs. Leo Halvorsen jr., Emmons has been initiated into the University of Minnesota chapter of the Honor society of agriculture Gamma Sigma Delta. Membership in the society is based on High Scholastic attainment. Only seniors graduate students alumni and faculty members in agriculture and related areas Are eligible for election to the society. Halvorsen will graduate from the University in june with a bachelors degree in animal science. Mankato state Leonard Kalakian an instructor at Mankato state College will be listed in the 1974-75 edition of outstanding educators of America. He is the son in a Law of or. And mrs. Loren Wayne Geneva. Leonard Kalakian notice of regular election Ince pendent school District no is state of Minnesota Glenville Independent school District notice is hereby Given Tarot in election has been called am will a held in and for Independent school District no is stole of Minnesota Glenville Independent school District on tuesday Tho it Day of May 1974, Tor the purpose of voting on the allowing question j school Board directors to tut to spying 3 year Fermi of Horton he Demon and Jock Kolstad tar when offices two applications have been flied by or in behalf of candidates Horton he Demon end Ronald Rosmussen. The voting precincts Ond polling places will be As allows Glenville High school cafeteria any qualified voter Presidio in the school District May vote at so d Efer ton of the polling plane designated above for the voting precinct within which he or she resides the polls for sold election win be opened at 6 of clock p in end will close at is of clock . On the Date of said election. Dated May la 1974 by order of the school Board Marjorie Hamersly cleric District us state of Minnesota m 14 Flowers at Southwest Wendy Fodness Melinda Myers and Debbie Neitzell l to r discuss a science project of theirs which should Benefit the whole school. The students in Carl Grandstrand a ninth Grade science class decided to Plant Flowers in the courtyard at Southwest and so far have planted dozens of Iris poppies and begonias. The students were assigned to develop an a environmental lunch menu Albert Lea monday May 20 Orange juice fish on Bun. Tartar sauce French Fries sliced cheese pears hamburgers at Central. Tuesday May 21 hamburger Patty on Bun Dill p i c k i is buttered potatoes Carrot Sticks cake with Lemon Topping sausage Burger on Bun at Central. Wednesday May 22 Chili crackers buttered Corn folded Orange salad Peanut butter sandwiches red devils food cake hot dog at Central. Thursday May 23 fruit punch tacos tri taters celery Sticks Plum Cobbler hamburgers at Central. Friday May 24 Teastie dog mashed potatoes cabbage salad egg salad chocolate Peanut butter squares Chicken Fried Steak at Central. Ala Vii teacher to visit yellow freight offices Lee Plummer coordinator of Albert Lea area vocational technical institutes transportation program will spend june 9 through 12 in Kansas City visiting the Central offices of yellow freight systems inc. He will be one of about a dozen educators making such visits this year. Industry visitations Plummer said Are a n important Means of upgrading his professional ability. Yellow freight has a terminal in Owatonna and a regular Albert Lea representative Ron Yocom. Yocom is also on the programs advisory committee. He said there is at least one yellow truck in Albert Lea every Day Yocom said yellow is the third largest general commodities motor freight company in the United states. A letter from Jack Holden personnel development director at yellow informed Plummer that the four Days would be a Quot Chance to visit with yellow Stop management and get an a in Lee Plummer Ron Yocom Side look at the yellow freight system roof repair bid wanted Independent school District 245 of Glenville Minnesota will accept sealed bids up to 8 00 . On May 21, 1974 for re coating the roof on the elementary school Annex. All bids Are to be addressed to mar Ory Hamersly clerk of the Board of education Glenville Minnesota 56036 bids will be opened at 8 00 . On May 21, 1974 in the school Board meeting room of Independent school District 245 specifications May be obtained from the office of the superintendent of schools. The Board of education reserves the right to select any and or All bids and reserves the right to waive technicalities of bidding. Dated May 7, 1974 mortar Hamersly. Clerk m 14 when it comes to Central air conditioning write your 25.000 . Unit plus installation includes tubing pkg., thermostat and Subbase fan relay and Concrete slab. Carrier number i air conditioning maker install it yourself and save or have us do it and save too that s right now you can virtually write the Price you want to pay for Carrier s new Central air conditioner the compact. Install it yourself and All you pay is the Rock Bottom Price shown in the and. For this bargain Price we provide All the Cooling equipment needed. Condenser Coil thermostat and tubing. We Supply a detailed Quot do it yourself Quot instruction manual. 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