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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta t2 THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD March 14, 1972 Faulds Photo Erin O'Connor, Colleen Cutler and Teresa Cad man, all of Calgary, compete in dance festival Feiv downtown stores close Mondays Stores in downtown Leth- bridge, which closed Mondays starting the end of January, are reopening. A survey by Herald staff members Monday shewed only a dozen stores closed in the downtown area. Early last Poster deadline Wednesday The Canadian Cancer Soci- ety's school poster competition will accept its last entries Wed- nesday. Entries must be turned in to the local Unit office at 409 Can- ada Trust Building. Judges for the contest are Michael Pisko, chairman, and Maydell Palmer and Donna Coulter. mcath there were 35 closed. There now are more than 100 stores in the downtown area to serve the shopping public Mon- days. The two major peripheral shopping centres, Centre Vil- lage Mall and College Mall, also ore open Mondays. Half a dozen stores on 13th N. also remained closed Monday. Stores in the downtown area which were closed Monday Break-iii investigated City police ace investigating an over-night break-in at Bridge Farm Cetre Ltd., 21G3 2nd Ave. S. Money from a pop machine was stolen. Entry was gained through a bathroom window. Following are the results of all Monday competitions in the Alberta Dance Festival, being held all this week at the Yates Memorial Centre. Duet Tap (15-16 years) First: Cindy Boolh, Donna Dryden; Calgary; Second: Breno'a Kernaghan, Debbie Asmundson; Red Deer. Quartet Jazz (IS years and under) First: Lecky School of Dancing, Ed- monton; Second: The Williams Fam- ily, Bain Pedsrson School, Red Deer. Quartet Seng and Dance (9 years and under) First: St. Albert School of Dancing, St. Albert, Quartet jazz (12 years and under) First: Imperial Dance Studio, 'Ed- monton; Second: Hart School of Danc- ing, Calgary. Solo Song and Dance (15 years) First: Collett Krynew, Edmonton; and Gail Scott, Red Deer; Second: John Kaminskl, Elmonton. DUET Jazz (11-12 years) First: Leurel Rankine, Teri Cadman; Cal- gary; Second: Tim Bahniuk, David Dewald; Edmonton. Trio Song and Dance (9 years and under) First: Katharine Hawken, Joanna Smith, Julie Rumpel, St. Al- bert. Solo Song and Dance (14 years) First: Cindy Booth, Calgary; Second: Myrna Lecky, Edmonton. Duet Tap (MO years) First: Sandra Speers, Paulla Whan; Edmon- ton; Second: Timmy Sgouromltis, An- asfasia Sgouromitis; Edmonton. Quartet Tap (15 years and under) First: Eileen Dodds School of Danc- ing, Sherwood Park; Second: Platz School of Dancing, Edmonton. Sword Dance (8 years) First: Sydney Watson, Calgary; Second: Jill Trotman, Calgary. Highland Fling (7 years) First: Jamie O'Connor, Calgary; Second: Heather Watson, Calgary. Seann Truihbas (13 years) First: Wenda Crawford, Red Deer (85 Highland National (15 years) First: Heather Dunseith, Edmonton; Second: Gail Scott, Red Deer. Sword Dance (12 years) First: Erin O'Connor Calgary; Second: Teresa Cadman, Calgary. Sailor's Hornpipe years) First: Deborah Skaley, Red Deer; Sec- ond: Judy Sinclair, Red Deer. Sean Truihbas (10 year) First: Sherril Ann WaiKer, Edmonton; Sec- ond: Colleen Cutler, Calgary. Sword Dance (13 years) First: Wenda Crawford, Red Deer. Highland Fling (18 years) First: Michelle Bergeron, Calgary; Second: Jill Trotman, Calgary. Sean Truihbas (l< years) First: Deborah Skaley, Red Deer; Second: Elizabeth Davies, Red Deer. Trio (teacher's own choreography (12 years and under) First: Erin O'Connor, Colleen Cutler, Teresa Cad man, Calgary (85 Solo Song and Dance (7 years) First: Lisabeth Baird, Edmonton; Sec LETHBRIDGE NEW DEM. PARTY GENERAL MEETING Tonight at 8 p.m. Labor Club 213-13th St. N. Guest Speaker GARTH TURCOTT Election of Officers EVERYONE WELCOME WATCH! SEASON" COUNTY TONIGHT GOOD LOOKING CPCN TELEVISION end: Cheryl Markc, Calgary. Jan (12 years and uiuttr) First: Hays School of Dancing, Ed- monton; Second: Imperial Dance Stu- dio, Edmonton. Duet Song and Dance (13-14 years) -------First: Brenda Becker, Brenda Ged des; Edmonton; Second: terrain Fritz, Debbie Platz; Edmonton. Ensemble Tap (12 years and under) First: Bain Pederson School, Bain Si, Red Deer; Second Bain School, Swingers, Red Deer. Solo Song and (I years) First: Bonnie Margaret Williams, Ed- monton; Second: (Catherine Hawken, St. Albert. Duet Tap (17-18 years) First: Dana Svvitier, Karen Almond; Cal- flary. Quartet (teacher's own choreogra- phy) (12 years and under) First: Hays School of Dancing, Edmonton. Irish Jig years) First: Heath- er Hunseirh, Edmonton; Second: Gail Scott, Red Deer. Irish Jig (18 years) First: Wenda Crawford, Red Deer (83 Irish Jig (14 yean) First: Nadine Gauf, Edmonton; Second: Cathy Came- ron, Calgary. Highland Fling (12 years) First: Teresa Cadman, Calgary; Second: Erin O'Connor, Calgary. Sword Dance (is years) First: Gail Scott, Red Deer; second; Heath- er Dunseith, Edmonton. Highlan National (18 years) First: Wenda Crawford, Red Deer (86 Highland Fling (16 years) First: Deborah Skaeiy, Red Deer; Second: Elizabeth Davies, Red Deer. Sword Dance (14 years) First Myrna Lecky, Edmonton; Second: Na dine Gauf, Edmonton. Sailor's Hornpipe (15 First: Gall Scott, Red Deer; Second: Heather Dunseith, Edmonton. Sword Pance (16 years) First: Deborah Skaley, Red Deer; Second: Elizabeth Dales, Red Deer. Highland Fling (18 years) First: Wenda Crawford, Red Deer (82 Ensemble Jazz (open) First: Hays School of Dancing, Edmonton; Second; Jackie Graceffo Dancers, Ed- monton. Solo Tap (13 years) First: Joanne Nicholson, Calgary (83 Cindy Konapaki, Red Deer (83 Sec- ond: Myrne Fowler, Edmonton, Bar. bara Dodds, Sherwood Park. Trio Tap (open) First: Colleen Kelly, Kim Martin, Sherry Miller, St. Albert; Second: Tim and Guy Sten- berg and Debbie Fegan, Red Deer. Quartet Jazz (18 years and under) First: Bain School Seniors, Red Deer. Quartet Tap (12 years and under) First: Imperial Dance Studio, Ed- monton. Trio Song and Dance (15 years and under) First: Susan Greene, Cindy Colburn, Nancy Gibson; Edmonton. Duet Tap (open) First: Jackie Graceffo, JoAnn Brown, Edmonton; Second: Tim Stenberg, Guy Stenberg; Red Deer. Quartet Song and Dance (18 years and under) First: Bain School Se- niors, Red Deer; Second: Hart's School of Dancing, Calgary. City youth charged with gun offence Kevin Parker, 17, of 902 8th Ave. S., was remanded in Letb- bridge magistrate's court for one week for plea and released on property bail aftrr he was arrested and charged with dangerous use of a firearm early Sunday morning. Parker was arrested follow- ing an incident at the Leo Bluekins home, 814 8th St. S., which resulted in about damage caused by at least one .303-calibre bullet which passed through the outside wall of the house, through a television set, and a sofa on which Mr. Blue- kins had been sitting a moment before, through an inside wall of the house and lodging itself in a bathroom door jamb. ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING Lethbridge Community Chest UNITED APPEAL WED., MARCH 15th p.m. Canadian Red Cross Building 1120 7th Avenue S. Any contributor to the United Appeal is a member, has voting privileges and should attend and get the facts. DONT GO BY HEARSAY included: Pruegger's Accordion College, Baxter's Book Store, Roy's Confectionery, Your Per- sonality Floor Fashions, George A. Cowan Jewellers, McGulre's Men's Wear, YWCA New To You Shop, Baker Appliances, John Black's Men's Shop, S e e m a n s Jewellery, Lethbridge Furriers and DC Jordan's Studio. Most barber shops and parlors were also closed, as is the case through- cut tiie city. Closed on 13th St. N. were: A-l Cabinet and and Treasures Antiques, Sau- sage Shop, B aid E Hardware, Riga's, Smith's Color TV and Appliances Ltd; and Capri Car- pets Ltd. Stores in Lethbridge are al- lowed to ppzn Monday to Sat- urday, with shopping until 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday. Paul's Plumbing Heating ltd. 128 N Mayor Magrath Dr. Wednesday Afternoon Out of respect to the late SHORTY HURST Edmonton school plans homecoming The Sacred Heart School in Edmonton will mark its 65th anniversary with a special homecoming program. Its hoped that all former teachers and students will be able to attend the three-day ev- ent set for June 2, 3 and 4. AGT, part of Trans-Canada Teiephont System It seems that only yesterday he bought your first skates, signed your report cards and fixed a broken bike. Dad. He's only as far as the phone. LONG DISTANCE makes fonder Call tonight ;