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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IftHBRIDGE HEflALD Wortnaid'ay, March 8, 197? Jim Bole, left, and Hector Negrello Instant Ice Committee is Jaycee Citizen of the Year The Lethbridge Instant Ice Committee has been presented with the local Jr-ycee Citizen of the Year Award for meritori- ous service to the community. The award, conceived in 19S3, is presented annually as Jaycee recognition of an in- dividual or group effort toward community betterment or for displaying an example to the community. The Instant Ice Committee Includes about 20 local service clubs which banded together immediately after the Ixrtb- bridge Arena burned to the ground. Voluntary and raising projects helped to es- tablish the new Henderson Lake Arena. Jim Bole and Hector Ne- grello accepted the award on behalf of the committee. Mr. Bole said the Instant Ice Committee was honored to be presented with the award. "Sometimes club members vtonder how much the com- munity appreciate the work done and this is proof of tha he said. "The committee has a Ion, way to go yet but are happ wish the construction of th Henderson Lake Arena whic allowed hockey to be played the city this winter." Mr. Negrello said this p sentation may spur the citizen to support the Instant Ice Com mittee more to further lhhas an noimced. The seminar will deal with shoplifting; a panel, including a ehargex representative, is t discuss various frauds; anc premise security will be dis cussed including holdup pre vention and investigation am burglary prevention devices. No date has been set for the seminar, Mr. Bowns said, bu it will be held later this montl or early next month, The fee is for chamber members o for non members. Coffee breaks and luncheon will be in eluded. Australasia and adjudicator for he Australian Board of Itigh- and Dancing Panel. Mrs. Kerr specializes hi ligliland Dancing and has rained two world champion- hip winners. Roland began his dancing career early, and was and ac- :omplished choreographer by he age of 16. He was also trained in ballet and musical comedy for television and the- atre work. After several yeans of danc- ing on tour he returned to To- ronto to open several dancing studios. Roland is choregroph- or for the television series, It's II a p p c n ing, and Pig and bVliistlc. Peitchinis U of L speaker Dr. S. G. Peilchinis, profes- sor of economics at the Univer- sity of Calgary, will speak on The Financing of Higher Edu- cation in Canada at the Univer- sity of Lethbridge Thursday at 1 p.m. A noted economist specializ- ing in labor and the economics of education, Dr. Peitchinis headed the Commission on Fi- nancing of Post-Secondary Edu- cation in Canada appointed in 1970 by the Council of .Ministers of Education. He authorized a bulky report completed last July which analyzes the economic aspects of higher education and recom- mends improvements. Dr. Peitchinis' topic will be particularly relevant at the U of L, which is currently un- dergoing a number of financial difficulties. Dr. Peitchinis was a featured speaker In the economics sec- tion of the One Prairie Province conference co-sponsored in May, 1970, by the U of L and The LeShbridgc HeraW. ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING Lethbridge Community Chest UNITED APPEAL WED., MARCH 15th p.m. Canadian Red Cross Building 1120 7th Avenue S. Any contributor 1o the Unilecl Appeal ii a member, rial voting prlvilegei and ihould allend and get facN. DON'T GO BY HEARSAY To Participate In FLASHCUBES WESTINGHOUSE Pkg. of 3 DEEP FRYER SUNBEAM, CM, Reg. Romii 26.95 WHRE THEY LAST ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT STRIBUTORS lst Anniversary Crazy Birthday OFF Thousands of Dollars of New Merchandise has arrived and is being included at these crazy, below-our-regular wholesale prices. HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES: 69.95 WATCHES-TIMEX AND SEIKO 25% 10 SPEED BLENDERS SUNBEAM. chromo No. 30oo. Reg. RHail 69.95. OUR CRAZY PRICE SAWS AND DRILLS SKIl BLACK AND DECKER 20% 10 SPEED BICYCLES U. L MIXERS Mf-30 in Avotado and Harvoit Gold Reg. retail 27.95. OUR CRAZY PRICE 1UY5 AND TRIKCS ,95 now for Chriilmai. Save up to rheie mvmgi you could buy 21 40% RINGS, DIAMONDS, JEWELLERY ANGLO WATCHES 50% REG. RETAIL OFF OUR REG. RETAIL NEW ARRIVALS! KIBACHI BARBECUES Singles Doubfei 17 8-PCE. COOKWARE SET by Wtwiw wlril finilh. Avocado and Harvett Gold. Sugg. Retail 26.95. CRAZY PRICE SAMSONITE SILHOUETTE LUGGAGE Still o good selection BONE CHINA ROYAl AUHT OFF OUR ALREADY LOW MICI 30% EVERY ITEM IN THE STORE IS REDUCED NO EXCEPTIONS ALL SALES FINAL SALE OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC. NO CARDS NEEDED OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. ANGLO DISTRIBUTOR 426-6rh St. S. Phone 328-6661 ;