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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHDRIDGE HERAIO Tursdny, Mnrch 14, 1972 Few downtown stores close Mondays Stares in ciownlrwn Lctfi- which closed Mondays starting the of are reopening. A survey by Ilcralil staff members Monday shewed only ;i dozen stoves closed in the doivntovm area. Early last Poster deadline i Wednesday I Break-in month tore were 3.1 closed. There now arc more MO! stores in Hie (io.vtitins'ii area toi serve Ihe shopping public Mon- eys. The l.wo major peripheral shipping centres, Ccnlrc Vil- lage Mall and College Mall, also tre open Mondays. Half a dozen stores on 13th i'.. N. also remained closed Monday. Stores in the downtown area which were Monday included: P megger's Accordion] College, Baxter's Book Store, Hoy's Confectionery, Your Per- sonalily I'11 o o r F a s h i o n s, A. Cowan Jewellers, Men's Wear, YWCA New To You S h o p, Baker Appliances, .lolui Black's Men's Shop, See in a n s Jewellery, Letlihridgc Furriers and DC o'.nirdan's Studio. Mosl b n r b e r sliops and beauty parlors were also clcscd. rs is Ihc ease through- out tile city. Closed on tlitli St. N. were: A-l Cabinet and and Treasures Antiques, Sau- sage Shop, I! r.nd 1C Hardware, Smith's Color TV ami Appliances Ltd. and Capri Car- pets Ltd. Stores in are al- lowed to ojcii Monday to Sat- urday, will: shopping until 0 p.m. Thursday anil Friday. The Canadian Cancer Soci- i ety's school poster competition will accept its last entries Wed- nesday. Entries must be turned in lo the local Unit office at 409 Can- ada Trust Building. Judges for the contest are Michael Pisko, chairman, and Maydeli Palmer and Donna Coulter. investigated City police are investigating an over-night break-in at Bridge Farm Cetre Ltd., 2nd Avc. S. Money from a pop machine was stolen. Entry gained through a bathroom window. k, t V_ i -Phil Foulds Pholo Erin O'Connor, Colleen Cutler and Teresa Cadman, all of Calgary, compete in dance festival Many compete in dance festival Jl Following arc the results of all Monday competitions in the Alberta Dance Festival, being held all this week at the Yates Memorial Centre. Duet Tap (15-14 yeari) Fir Cindy BcDfh, Dsnna Oryden; Calvary; Secontf: Brenda nag hart, Debbie i Asmuncfson; Rsd Deer, Quartet Jan [15 years and under) Flrsl: t.ccky Scliocl of Dancing, Ed- monton; Sfccnd: Tr.e Vi'illi.ims Farn- lly. Bain Rod Deer. Quarlcr Seng and Dance ft years and under) 51. School i cf Dancing. Sf. Altert. Quarter Jai: (12 years and under) I First: Imperial Dance Sfudio, Cd- I mcnicn; Marl School of Dane- 1 Ing, Calgary. Solo Song and Dance (15 yean] First; Cells tl Hryn-j'.v, E dm oaten; and Gail ScoJr, Red Deer; Second: Jchn I I, Elrrcntcn. DUET (11-11 years) First: Laurel Terl Cadman; Cal- Eary; Second: Tim Bahnluk, David Dewaidr Erf.-nonlon. Trio Song and Dance (9 years and under) First: Katharine Hav.ken, Joanna Smllrt, Julie RumpeK St. bfrt. Solo Song and Dance (14 years) First: Cfndy ficiGtn, Calgary; second: Myrfia Lecky, Ertrnonlon Duer Tap (MO years) Flrsl- Sandra speers, Paulla Whanj Edmon- Sgauramitis; EdmonlDn- 0 Jar ret Tap OS years and under) Ing, Sherwocd Second: Plalz School cf Dsncir.g, Fdmcnicn. l Sword O years) First; i Sydney Walsan, Canary; Second: Jill i Trolman, Calgary. I Highland Fling [7 yean) Flrsl: I Jamie O'Connor, Catgaryr Second: i Heathsr Watson, Calgary. Seam Truilibai (13 yeari) Firs': WencJa Crawford, Red Deer (85 Highland National (IS yoars) First: Dunsoifn, Fdnicnlon; Second: Gail Stall, Red Qec-r. Sword Donee (13 years) Flrsl: Erin O'Cor.nor Calgary; Second; Teresa Cadrran, Calgary. sailor's Hornpipe (14 years) First: Deborah Skaley, Red Deer; Sec- ond: Judy Sinclair, Red Deer. Sean TruHibai HO year) First: Sherril Anr, Walker, Etlmonlcn; Sec- ond: Cutier, Calgary, Sword Dance (13 yean) Flrsl: WervJa Cra'-vlcrd, Red Deer. Highland Fling (18 years) First: Michelle B erg ere n, Calgary; Second: Jilt Trolman. Calcary. SeJn Truihbas [16 years) First: SV.aiey, Red Dser; Sec end: Eliiatelh Davies, Red Deer. Trio (teacher's own choreography) {11 year; and under) Erin 0'Conncr, Colleen Cutler, Teresa. Cad- man, (65 Solo Seng and Dance (7 years) First: Lisatelh Baird, Edmcnlcn; Sec- ond: Cheryl Marke, Calgary, Ensemble Jan (12 yean and under) First: Hays School ol Dancing, ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING lethbridge Community Chest UNITED APPEAL WED., MARCH 15th p.m. Canadian Red Cross Building 1120 7th Avenue S. Any contributor lo the United Appeal h a member, hat voting privileges and should attend and gel the fculi. DON'T GO BY HEARSAY 128 N Mayor Maarath Dr WILL BE CLOSED Wednesday Afternoon Out of respect to the kite SHORTY HURST Stu LETHBRIDGE NEW DEM. PARTY GENERAL MEETING Tonighf of 8 p.m. Labor Club 213-13rh St. N. Guesl Speaker GARTH TURCOTT Election of Officers EVERYONE WELCOME SEASON" dio, Ettmonton. Duel Song and Dance (13-14 years) -------First: SrenJa Becker, Brenda Ged Edmonton; Seccud: Lorrdin Fritz, Debbie Plati; Li dm onion- Ensemble Tap (12 yean and under) Fjrst; Bain Pederson ScJiool, Bairt 5i, Red Deer; Second Bain Pedersen School, Swingers, Red Deer. Sola Song and Dance [8 yean) First: Bonnie Margaret Ed- mantcn; Second: Katherine Hawken, St. Albert. Duet Tap (17-18 years) First: Dana Swirzer, Karen Almond; Cal- flary, Quarlel (teacher's own phy) (12 years and under] First: Maya School of Danciny, Edmonton- Irish Jig (IS years) First; Heath- er Hunseirh, Edmonton; Second: Gaff Scott, Red Deer. Irish Jig First: Wenda Crawford, Reci Deer [83 Irish Jig W yean) Nadlne Gaufj Gdniwiton; Second: Catny Came- ron, Calgary. Highland Fling yean) First; Teresa Cadman, Cafgary; S c o n d: O'Connor, Calgary. Dance (15 Flrsl: Gail Scotf, Red Deer; Second; Heolh cr Dunseith, Edmcinron. Highlan National {13 years) First: VVcnda Crawford, Red Deer (Si Highland Fling (1C years) First: Oeicrah Skaely, RetJ Decrj Second: Elizabeth, Ddvids, Deer. Dance (14 years) FJn1; Myrna Lecky, Second: Na- Hnrnpipc (li First: Gall Scoil, Rc-d Dter; Second: DuiUEith, Edrricntcn. Sword Dance (14 yeiiri] First: Deborah 5kaley. Red Otsrj Second: EhzaLeth Daies, Red Cttr. Hjqhland Fling years) First: Wend a Cr a v.f o rd, R ed Deer (82 Ensemble Jan (open) First; Hayi School of Denting, Edmontcn; Seccnd; Jackie GraceHo Dancers, Ed- Solo Tap (13 years) First: Joanne i [Nicholson, Calgary (83 Cindy Kor.apakr, Red Deer (E3 Sec- j tara DDdtls, SheA'vcod Park. Trio Tap (open) Col teen Albert; Second: Tirn first: Bain SrJicol Se.-iicri, Red Deer. Quartet Tap (II years arxl under) First: Imperial Dance Studio, ECd- m on ton. Trio Song and Dance (15 years and under) First: Susan Greene, Cindy Col burn, Nancy Gibson; Edmonton. Quartet Song and Dance and untfer) First: Bain niors, Red School of Cancing, Calgary. (IB years School Se- I d: Hart'i t CADE'S COUNTY TONIGHT City youth charged with gun offence Kevin Parker, 17, of S02 Bill Ave. S., was remaralc-il in Lclli- hridfie magistrate's court lor one week for plea ami released on property bail he was arrested and charged with j [laj gerou.s use of a firearm early Sunday morning. Parker was arrested follow- ing an incident at the Leo Bluckins home, 811 Rlh St. S., which resulted in about ssoti damage caused by at least one ,303-calibre bullet which passed through the outside wall of the i liousc, throuRh a television set, and a sofa on which Mr. Rlup- kins had heen sitting a moment before, through an inside wall of the house and lodging itself in a bathroom door jamb. GOOD LOOKING CFCN TELEVISION Edmonton school plans homecoming The Sacred Heart School In Edmonton will mark its 65Ih anniversary with a special homecoming program. Its hoped that all former teachers and students will be able to attend Uie three-day ev- ent set for June 2, 3 and 4. ACT, paft of Trans-Canada Telephone System It seems that only yesterday he bought your first skates, signed your report cards and Itxed a broken bike. Dad. He's only as far as the LONG DISTANCE makes fonder Call tonight ;