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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETHBRIDGE HEPAID March 7, 1972----------------- Just Jude By JUDE TUR1C Herald Staff Writer i the moon. China, hockey and the v.1.. L-VLTI the dogs would by a wel- of who can't lake that many .il did you see thai Frank Television p politicians. Right at come More r.n> victim to the pre-empt disease than has ever Ux-n knov.n in the history of woman- kind ''Wornar k.rxi" bK-.v-.se .seems this populace in particu- jar is aftccU'd v. Most men unfortunately, thrive on play-offs and presirtc-r.'.ird trips and simulated space journeys. The fact remains, rr.crc is tuo niucii of this sort cf thing The shov.s provide a li-t'e light hearted entertain- ment, or an occasional movie, or even an interesting docu- mentary are having their air lime dislodged and their tapes snipped in t'.vo. Granted, the pre-empting programs are significant to some people. And a lot of really enjoy watching three hours of humr.as pursuing ar. object across red and blue lines, and cursing But what about "he scores wasn't thrr. terrific? Have tc'LCas'.ors en us a thought? During those agon- izing hours. have to read a magazine from cover to cover including ads. Or v.e have to try putting together a jigsaw puzzle of Ne-.v York's skyline with pieces. Or, if all else faiis zrA tho entire evening is doomed to instant replays, in motion, we might join forces with others who are e-'juaiiy and march around the block chant- ing ''we hate Bobby Orr'' in unison. Complc-te cove-rage of greatest space feats likewise tends to bring out the beast in many "let's watch TV for a change" people. Exploring the universe for education and advancement is fine. Ail in the name of progress. But does telecasting of the event have to take a day and a half of all normal programs off the air entirely? After all. there is a point where the stimulating conversa- tion between commentators turns sour. Right about where their sentence structure becomes .noticeably familiar. "The film you are now sec-ing on your television screens Is a simulated space flight of the actual craft in our skies this very moment high above us and those men are experi- encing one of the greatest sensations in the history of man- kind. What keeps you coming back to the set is an attempt to understand bow he can manage to say all that without draw- ing a single breath. Presidential visits are another wonder to behold. The viewer is not only able to see each fantastically friendly smile the leaders bestow upon each other, but is also given the privilege of goir.i; to all obscure monuments the digni- taries tour. Best cf all is being allowed to see a multitude of handshake close-ups and several rows of good-bye waving fingertips. Top of the ILt ;n irritating is election time Those rollicking happenings which are about to spring out it. us in TV land. Happy hour itself. Stern-faced, soul-eyed politicians who have the ability to promise a year full of summers, wring votes from a dead parrot and srnile endlessly into the camera while their eyes dart to the monitor to see if they are still on. We knov. what problems are. But how do we get the broadcasting bouses to Have you Seen the Carpet buys Being offered by Jordans during MARCH SALE DAYS! The Goy, Carefree Way of Life Jordans Happy New Shag look for People wilh Young Ideas !DAY NIGHT' SALE sq. yd. Vibronl, MulH-colir rylon hroadloom now specially priced for this Great March Evenll Mads Exclusively for Jordont by Bigelow We have Carpets for Everyone! Joftlnnj Convtimr.nl Budget Plan No Down Payment Jordans DOWNTOWN at 315 6th Street S. Town Residcnti may Phone 327-1103 Collect for Servico Right Their Own Homo! iclorian Order of Nurses to receive iinuuchd aid An unhappy fmivnml situa- ion ami tJso inilinlioil of lumio '.ursiivi; cure as p-u-t of (lie ,'totorinn Order of pro- ..-iv Uvk up most of min- :les of Oio liHh meeting if VOX of diivetm-s. Tlu> VOX opi'rslftl within a deficit Aivim: Ilio jxnst ci t i In 1 it IH-OII fin tlio sit- i m NT M li.ive bcoti inm-li said Pick .lohiutmi. 111 o kiwmi by Dep- M .MI l n Idlest or tliat in yoar monies woukl A ihvnh-.h application Social Sorvioos. A homo Liursiry care pvo- i i hvnglit to ihp ntton- o' n U s present or two o Mi'- 1. Arnold, prrs- t and MLVS T. Hiivnaha S'jpcone-'i iLiitiatlon of ch R waiild honc'fit home patients requiring the of a physioUiernpist or hiwuMuakt'r, During the meeting, commit- ivporls yiven thank- ing those wlio have vol- niipoml their time lo Hie or- iramzalion, the news media for (publicity, and the staff itself I for work in the ity. j Tho new officers for the VON I are Mayor Anderson, honorary prosit lent; I Iclon lorgan, past Isla Arnold, presi- dent; William Clark, vice-prcsi- rionl; Dick Johnson, treasurer am! new membcr Art Wood, secretary. Included in the session was a inn for better oiiy of VON fees which are pro- I (Hieing some misconceptions I with the public. At present, the I fee per visit Ls set at and is adjusted with the ability of i the patient to pay. ONE TIME AROUND Enjoying Q minute be een duties and schedules, are LCI students have laken over Jhe top positions in the school for a day. Lef1 to right, Gordon Thomas, princioal; Gloria Sumption, asslit- JEC( was c pc-' cr f orgirillg at! o hank ai'coinil. 'Students at LCI taste life [from other side of the fence Vasa Lodge inslallation oi officers Installation of officers for the 1972 term took place for Vasa Ledge No. 579 with Dave Carisoi! installed as chair- man. O'iiei' officers are Asta HagCj chairman; Bea Hanson, recording secretary: Ten Ltl- kenda, assistant recording sec- re-tan; Bud Belle, treasurer; N'ollie Berry, financial secretary; Shirley Cecierbcrg, assistant fi- nancial secretary; Jim Ostrup, chaplain: Debbie Cbrisuanson, master of cc-rernonies: Audrey Heg- land, master of cere- monies; Nick Bianchi, inner guard; Jim Berry, outer guard; Fern Field, cultural leader; Blanche Carlson, pianist; Sherry Svcnnes, standard bear- er; Corriae Jorgcnsen, stan- dard bearer; Ivy Korlin, pa.it chairman. By JLDE TUItlC Herald Staff Writer Re-ing principal mesr-s tour- ing class rooms, keeping the staff in lino, checking trvj bath- rooms and having meetings. Assistant principals check at- tendance records, decide on courses ar.d grades, and make I decisions which don't come 1 easily. At least that's part of it, and three stiuienU in the Ijethbriclge i Collegiate Institute yesterday j bad the chance to experience school life from the other side of the fence. In accordance with educa- j lion week. Ken Sauer, LCI prin- i cipal, initiated the plan of prin- cipal-for-a-day as a method ol I "rewarding students lor their! school achievement as well as i i giving them a chance to see the i t opposite side cf the The s t u de n t replacements I j have the complete administra- tive powers whicli are due to those they replace. Acting principal Gordon Tho- mas, a Grade 11 student, said he M'as responsible for the i ''smooth running of the school, J supervision of the staff, teach- j j ers." and numerous other tasks j which the principal must attend I "The afternoon is filled with meetings with officials, but the morning hasn't brought any- thing he said. Assistant principal posts were assumed by two Grade 12 stu- dents, both of are active in student council. Jane Patei-son became atten- dance usurping power from Mr. A. F. Paskuski, while. Gloria Sumption took over the j duties ol Mr. W. R. Erickson j in the field of courses and! grades. As part of their combined du- the confer regardlng .nce. droroins s'jb i e c t s course loads, ar.d general sions tendai from relat: and administrative All been an enjoyable irj a difft'ren: Mr. explsiic-d the pro- }rc: a yearly even: i: proved ie- b; ful. aeMiT-jg. 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And its sleel-r, modern lines complement any decor JAnolher super Sale-A-Thon Special forSmarl Shoppers! ft? didn't- you fell me I was losing my hair? 1609 9th Av's'rs or "635 5lh rNllilllllllllilllliillllHIIIIIIIilllllkUlf Zig-Zag Sewing In its most economical form becomes EVEN MORE economical during Snle-A-Thon Singer's Slylisl Zig-Zag l.'odoUST is loaded wiltl exclusive lealurto to make your sewing SQmolbing very special. Built-in Blind Slitch provides virtually mvisibla finish for hems or zippers. Exclusive Drop-in Fronl Bobbin Whisper-Ouiel Operation Complete wilh Sherbrooke Cabins! Salo-A-Thon li on NOW at jour local Singer Center. Take advantage ol Spring Specials lodayl EASY BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE. SINGER What's newfnr tomorrow ir at SINGER" COLLEGE SHOPPING fAALL 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Open Daily 9 a.m. 1r> 6 p.m. Thur.doy and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Telephons 327-2243 ;