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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHDRIDGL HERALD Mcndcty, Prbrunry 78, 1972 ABOVE: MAYOR FOR A DAY Greg Young lakes ove duties ct (v.c.yot ci" Ihe as Mayor Andy Anderson walches wiin cst. Greg lock part in t organized for Scout-Guide Founder's Week 27, wiif re 10 "i? fibers of ths Scout and took the job-- c: c'iy officials for a day. RIGHT. I SEC IN MY CRYSTAL GALL tb'TTo Everyone's name and record on file Guide umls with local credit bureau officials Entertainers find colorful career By MAHLENE COOKSIIAW Start Wrilcr Gregg Luner and Tcrrl Laync arc two versatile enter- tainers jusl [irishing a four- week engagement at the Park Plaza lounge. The two have been travelling together since they met I1.: years ago, but they both have marie their home. They had performed exten- sively on their own before they met. was born in Russia, where he began playing the piano at Hie ago of seven 1-15 continued his musieal studies in Poland, where lie also studied mechanical engineering. lie piaycd percussion in Ihe Polish Army Symphony Orchestra for two years and later began vorilc. and everything In bc- j (ween including folk, rock, jazz, blues, lionky tonk and sing- alonns "Whatever Ihc people want, that's whal we give they both agree. Terri lias .sung professionally for six years and Gregg has been a professional pianist for years. They estimated that about half of (lifir lime i.s spent on Ihc roKd. Both leave families r.l licme Terri lies been mar- ried for 17 years, and Gregg is married and Ihe fathr of a six- year-old son. They also share the same fn- vonle pastime gourmet cooking. Terri is an avid sports- woman and former hairdress- er, u-liile Gregg enjoys hockey nightclub entertaining. "my music." In 1MB he arrived in Canada j lcn'' has no great aspira- for a visit and decided lo slay, j tcwaixij miking a lifetime He spent a year in Montreal J career of performing she Joannp Laqua of (he first Li'hbridc.e Guide- Company predicts the future in boo! H cf 'he panny carnival at Sf. PaMck's Church, TMG carnival v.'as par? of ihs feslivilies held lo celebrate- Seoul-Guide Founder's Week. Taiuiuv George Jones cilv Thursday Squad A appeals By r u.mvr.u. Staff Sii'.iin The n r i ci E c1 IIcraM an IT dmcal it will Iho o'KilnyaT.-ial result of "s hr.nvl :i-; ing CJOC Ihc tro- phy on r. The appeal rir'> to the Barrel Rollins this v.eek. Squirt Squad mminc'is main-, tains Ihcy arc the rightful win-: of the due lo the fact Liiat thoy in com- plete conirol of the1 Ue-breaking event when Hie su. mysteriously ran out. The Herald pnuad shouted when the I tionable ruling was handed: down. The Ez.rrcl Ilf Hint; sion i.s cxpix'k'.'i t-i ir.nke a s'-nft nilinti in nailer and JUs binding decision should bp available this week. The contest nf Ihc Lclhbridge Tin1 s annual international IIOSL- Cou- pling contest. i 'irmy M'yneilc m billed ?.s new of country mu- :-ho put iu'l Liu- feu and been named country music's in female sinffpr many times. Tor years Cicorne Jones has rjcn or.-j c[ Ihc top male coun- try Mncina '-trirc. He is also a ,-uCCPssnil vviiior. having writ- icn a number of top record- ires. ;wn linvp joined fi.rcoy. T.v.cthcr. Mr. and Mrs. George form one of the most lis- two-pomes in Ihc coun- iry hit record? they have prn- fill any normal r-cord librsn'. Li.Ehtninc, V.'ir.clow Up Above. Apartment P, D-1-V-O-R-C-E ,r.o jus; a few of Ihe. His credit- ed lo cither George or Tammy. Sn.ory. ihe number Feng the country, is 'i' a ;n in y' s hit (rcorge'.s Vi'u Can Make It Now, L< fa.SL elimbirn into the lop 10. Al :o on Uic show ho countiy Ilarel singer Palsy Elcdd (ho Jones Eoys Band. Ticket arc available at Leis- Eer's, and Marcel's, will also be sold at the The- show s i art 5 nl p.m. in Pavilion, By LARRY BENNETT I Sinff Writer Are, you aware there is prob- 1 ably a complete file in IjcLli- j bridge of all of the credit busi- i neis, credit ccinpaiiy loans, car financings and credit acmuils you have cr have ever had'.' IE you arc loo young tc have i been granied retiit, or if you j have never had credit and moved here, chances arc there is even an emplv file with your 1 name and adurcss on it. i This ceiKre of credit informa- 1 tion i? called Ihc Credit Bureau of Lclbbridpo. and is one of Ihc? i many in Canada ajid Die United Stales. Bill Karbashevrski. manager of the Credit Bureau of LcUi- j bridge describes a credit bureau as ''a central file of information on consumers in a trade area." i "It is a business organization tha: systematically collects and '.files personal and financial facts, pay habits and legal records of consumers living hi lied Cross at 8 i Ihc trade ho said. One of the functions of a cred- i it bureau is lo give local rner- j chants and employers response j to Iheir inquiries. j Information for Ihcse reports i originates from several sources, I including pubVic court house i rcccrds and files, Ihe Alberta j I Central regislry (which keeps j records of fill business trans-1 actions except those involving motor vehicles and and from personal implications lor credit. i "By far the prcater amoiml of data comes from the ledger of the community's credit lend- I ers (business said Mr. I Karbashewski. I In addition, pertinent nev.'s-1 paper clippings arc included in the files. Storing kept include i j those dealing with motor vc- j hide accidents, n- nouncements, death notices, I r.on responsibility notices, job j promotion announcements and i court convictions. I Personal consultation.1; nt Iho credit bureau are one ot the ways many files are brought up-to-date and benefit both the consumer and businessmen in the community. "If any o[ the information is in eiror it will be corrected im- said Mr. Karba- shcwski. All Lelhhridge resi- dents may apply to see their credit record at the bureau's of- fice. The credit bureau Is interest- ed only in presenting clear and easily understood facts to mem- ber merchants. Tills is accomplished in the form of a numbered code which lists persons as having bad no credit record; a good ere d i t record steady repayment of bills within 30 days steady repayment within 20 to CO days slow and unsteody repayment skip leaving town without paying bills (fl) and unpaid legal judgments (91. l-.cthbridgc and district mer- chants may o[ the Credit Bureau o[ Lelh- bridge by making application and demonstrating a need to know credit information about their customers. A member merchant pays per month for membership and 51.50 for each credit report requested. "Information given in the re- port may be what is in the file, or can include an up-to- date credit investigation of Ihc person. The cost for each in- vestigation is the Mr. Karbashewski said. "The credit bureau is not an unscrupulous cr mysterious or- ganization whose sole purpose is to search out harmful info- mation about anyone who wishes credit. "There are millions of people in Canada who arc. granted credit yearly, and a central file helps a good credit risk get credit when he needs it and pro- tects member merchants from bad credit risks." would like to teach singing to children. ...............r.0 t However, as Gregg says, and was a member of the In-: been it for 20 years, ternalionals there, a group ol! mn.v "s well conlinue. It's a young people v.'ho staged sev-1 business, but I enjoy it." eral Broadway productions. She The livo spend most of then- moved lo three years limc Calgary, Lelbbridge and Yellowknifc. "Lethbridge .hough her main stage-acl i llas been good to us it's like iinging and a few jokes, j a second Ihey said. Terri also plays the guitar for I They leave here lo begin an her own enjoyment, and she engagement in Winnipeg Mon- has written several songs. day and Ihen on to Eston, Fort The duo has a repertoire ol j Francis, Toronto and Yellow- songs that vary greatly in style knife. and mood from ceunlry j "ftul we'll be back says which Terri enjoys most, I o! Terri. we've been booked for a classical, which is Gregg's fa- j run in August." and moved lo Calgary in 1070 where he met Terri. Terri was born in Winnipeg i ago. I Allhi China film The next film pirsemr.ion in the University of Lclhbnilflc China leciurp scries has been scheduler! for .1 m. Mardi ;.i. The I wo culm- film The Easl b- is in opera Tlic annual meeting of Ihe branch nf the Ca- nadian Uerl Cross Society will tonight al H o'clock in Cross Rooms, 7th mii; Soillh. Fenliired speakers at Ihe v.-ill be .I.E. Bcalon, president of the Alberta Xortli- wcst Terriloi'ics Division anil W. S Harker. director of cam- paii'n snrt organization. Memberships available Ihc The I'.ed Cros h.'is or rlues nnd i.s open in New local rock group forms A new local rock group has pot off lo a good start under the name Frank Slide. The four man group was or- iginally part of a band called Johnny and the Satellites, which performed for about four months. Jeremy Etherington is lead and lead guitarist, Brian Holland plays the organ. Heed Fe'bert is on bass guilar. and Mil-re Skrukwa is drummer. The group has a tenlalive schedule of performances in lo- cal and district dances and ca- barets. PIIYL1S INCUS Adjudicator Native Winter Games iinincs officers Tlie ol Canada's first IVaiive Winter Games 011 Ihc ElotKl Reserve April 7 to 5, lias been selected. The governors, four Western provinces and Phylis Inglis will adjudicate tuo northern are: I i.lie and choral cpcn sec- Joe Manual of LJit? Union of lion of Ihe upcoming Entish Columbia Chiefs; Ron j Music Fr.ilival. DavLs of Erimonlon, represent-j Mrs. Inglis i.s cun-ently fl vo- infj the Indian SporL1: Olympic j cal instructor and pianist in Association; West Vancouver, and was pro- Wally Noel of Winnipeg, for J viously a vocal examiner for the Manitoba Indian liiother-i Ihe University of Alberta, hand: FYJncis Blackdnck of! Siie has performed on both Ft. Smilll, N.W.T., represent-! radio and television for Ihe Ca- ing Indians in Mist Isrrilory; naclian Broadcasling Corpora- lion. Art Obey for Saskatchewan In- dians and Jeff Hoy Chec of the Yukon. and is rn experienced ad- jur'ic a l o r throughout Alberta and British Columbia. An unidentified member of the Coal- dole Volunteer Fire Department "make ond break" learn didn't quite make ihe right connexions and his partner got a shower. The "make and break" con lei I simulales hooking a link of hose fo a fire hydrant, then lo a pump- er Iruck and from ihe Iruck to the firefighting hose. The other event, called simulates the emer- gency replacement of a defective piece of hose. Firefighters fight with water The cibovc huntl curved Rosewood figures will h offered for scilo by ouction at Iho Auclion Bnrn TUESDAY, FEB. 29th _ P.M. DEALER INQUIRIES INVITED FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE 327-1222 1 A five man tram of bridye firefighters set a compclitinn record for Ihe ''make event of !lic fourth annual Indoor Hose COLI- Contest Saturday at the I Exhibition Pnvilion. A time of 15.3 .seconds for the event, which simulates hooking i up a pumper truck lo a fire hulrant, beat the. old time of Hi seconds, also set by a IxMh-1 bridge loam. The samp IjcLlibridpc HIT- lighter of Dnn GcorRe Jnekci, Ken Kuslnn, Itofjcr and Bob D.nku look first placi: for Ihe gate time in both the make and break and change-a-length ov-1 fills. Their lime for runs in event was 00.1 sec- onds, aiul qualified 1'nrm tit compcif! in tlic provincial champion.ships this fall at St Paul. I''irsl place in Ihe chnnRC-n- to n [ram from Ihe Coiillr, Volunteer Fire' Di'pi'irlment wilh a lime of seconds. I'irst place in tlie. ladies' c ]i a n g c-a-Iengtb was i u'on by a learn of Mr.s. Kred .Manning, Mrs. flilehrisl, Mrs Al Itaimrce. Mrs. Ken Huston and llrs. Don Carpenter. The ladies' besl lime for a single run was 18 seconds. The hose laying competition was attended by 2-t men's learns and five ladies' learns from Montana, British Colum- bridges and bia and Alberta. Marshall William Pcnlilla. Ullibriclgc Fire Inspector! "Mr pL.niilla is Ihe PITS Doug Komclz said Lhat consid-1 jdcnt of (he eniiR tlie bad weather fore- cr.sls mid the low r irpflKhlra's As had an excellent lurn-onl.'1 wns happy Mr. Komolz said he was pleased that the competition had bcon attended by the Al- bert a Firo Commissioner A. fiation and I sec h-j tiad brought aionR a lapc ma- chine lo rcc-crd cur com- petition is all Kr.ul Mr. Komclz. KPECTING CENTRE TO BE READY FOR ALL BABIES IN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS Our Educational Toys Don't Even Look Educational. WATCH FOR OUR OPEN HOUSE ANNOUNCEMENT KRADLE KOOP BABY CENTRE PHONE 328-2509 SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd AVE. N. SALE STARTS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 29th 7 p.m. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Ceiling ek-clnc guitar, tape recorders, lamps, porcelain sink complolc wiiri laps, cor pel sweeper, Fisher Deilz binoculars iJnll. soldcrinq iron, ten- nis racquet, large selection of lawn cliairs, barbequci, solid wooden picnic (able and bent lies, good selection of and chairs, electric hodge Innimcr, like new pressure cooker. Lawn Hoy gas lawn mower, pool labla wringer washer, Hoovnr washer spin dryur, Sinqer portable sowing macliine. Singer cabin n I .sew inn machinr, basket chairs, bullcr churn. LUMOFAX OFFICE COPY MACHINE ULTRA-VOX DICTAPHONE FRONTALINI ACCORDION New lighl fixtures, electrical supplies, con dull tings, recnssel tixlurcs, -.wilcliL-i, new number 12 wire Fl.i, new 4' fluorescent -.won lonmps, 0' soiid oak curved church pew, good selection of TV sets, numerous beds, some wilh box springs ond nuiilrr. t'.us, TV anlonna, skis, large coca cola picnic cooler, prnjrclor table, nir cooled motor, olociric grinder, largo and natural gns old roll lop carpel-. NOTE: We hnva mnny more itenis far loo numerous to Iiil, and lo extend cin invilalion to review Ihe article! any day prior lo ihr icilc. Our mlicellnncoui arliclci will concluHn by 10 p.m. each uilo evening, follow- ed by tho larger iloms on Ihc floor. Come corly and Hay late for our draw of the delicious A and W Chubby Chicken. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AUCTION BARN Phono 327-1222 2508 2nd AVG. N. Auctioneer: BILL HOPE-Lic. 845 Stilrs Mnnnqen RAY CULlFf ;