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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J2-THE IUHBRIDGE HERAVD TWitey, MarcS I t t j Calgary. They plan to host Calgary in a conference April 36. JA CONFERENCE Thirty students decorate the bus ith a Lelhbridge banner before beginning ihe trip to Junior Achievement has busy time llv MAKl.KNU CII'OKSHAW Hi-rjilii Slalf Writer Junior Achievement of Ivelh- rirlKC is a non profit business public reliUtnus program, de- veloping fliul expanding fill edu- cation program (o give high school students experience in in.magemcnt mid working for a profil and just as it's fim! Approximately 50 students from local liigli scliools arc registered ill Ihe J u nt o r Achievement program, which operates during tile school year. They make up five com- panies, each with a separate project and supported by a local husiiiess. The Letlibridgc companies are JAGASCO, associated until the, Canadian Western Natural Gas Company; TEATON, spon- scrcd hy the T. Eaton Company of Canada; C.I AC. sponsored by the Royal Bank of Canada; JACO, with Simpsons the end of liquidation, held in and I'SVCIIO iWG. CO., willi I May, :ire distributed to (lie the Bank of Nova Scotia. Each company chooses an executive ami sells stocks at SI per share with a limit of one share per person, to raise Ihe money to begin their work. Funds are required to rent (Jie city hall annex, where they work; rent or buy machinery necessary for production; pay corporation taxes; purchase I ho raw materials for their pro- ducts; and pay wages to the workers. Workers receive 30 cents per hour, plus a 10 per cent com- stockholders. Products are chosen by their sakbilily, and include a brain game called Anx- iety, decorative wall pliiques and patlcrened stationery, re- cipe guides in the fonn of kitchen u-atl plaques, pop can lighters and brightly colored chenille octopuses and in ice, winch have no use except being delightful to look at. Sales are made in s Lores, in school, on the street, dcor-to- door and to friends, The students hold chocolate mission on sales, and executive i drives to raise money for social members receive S3 per month activities and parties. plus commission. They meet Wednesday cve- The funds which remain at I nings in the building to work 13 students in LCC election race Thirteen candidates arc in [lie running for five positions on the Lcthbridge Community College student council. The two remaining posts were filled by acclamation. Wilf Lane is seeking another erm as council president- He is opposed toy Arthur Williams. Brian Schicrcr, n student rep- resentative on the last council, iind Doug Lundeen are seeking t h e internal vice-president's post. There arc four candidates for external vice-president: Frank Pearson, Don Duncan, Gordon Hennirger and Phil Moen. The public relations post is being sought by three candi- dates: Biake Harris, Lyn "Mo- o" Williams and Jan MacPher- Tho Letbbridge Community chert's failure to reach lh? ob- ChcsL annual meeting was held j jcclivc of the United Appeal Wednesday night at the Red! campaign. on production. A spirit session is held, and cveiy bit of ryoise (hv.l kids are capable of is made. But it's not nil work. Tliero is always a conference some- where, which means travelling to I'TioLlKT city for the week- end, meeting new friends, and creating the usual amount of fun and trouble tbut frequently causes panic in ariulls. Tiu'e? conferences have been held since (lie beginning of January, the Western Canadian region meeting held in Banff, and one in Missoula, The latest was a one-dav conference held Saturday in Calgary. Thirty students from Lelh- bridge attcntird Uic Calgary con fc rr r. cc, wli c re I h ey were given instruct ion on pub 1 i c i and salesmanship by members of tho Tonstmastcr I Clnl) Mr.rl city business inan- ivri allcntiiMl a dance at Hi? PMIisar Hotel. April Tollbridge will host Achievers at the Lelh- Comnnmily College. A c Cross Building. D i s appoint-' ment was expressed at the More 011 Monday closing; There are even fewer si ires closed in downtown Lethbridgc on Mondays tlmn reported in Tuesday's Herald. P megger's Accord I'm Col- Icge was listed as one of the dozen stores in the down-1 Tll'ibndge has j area which closes end, but O's hiphl'glit for ihe ycr.r is the? Canadian National The campaign netted jmibr Achievement Confer- more than S'JO.OCO sliorl cf I P11CC> CAiVMAC. told at Ihe the target cf As a re- i t'tuvcj-sity of Calgary in suit, all member August. received the same money as j Achievement Week Ihsy did the year before, whicli i will be held in the next month mrans all received less special activities still un- afkcd for. There will be As a volunteer group, the j House at (lie centre, with chest had difficulty filling up j a1! interested people invited to Hie board. The campaign liml 1 H'teml. A Trade Fair is also also lost much of its appeal. pEnnu'jd. Lr.il year, 455 persons rcfus- -1 celebrates the end of ed to donale to the chest and company year, the 794 (fid not donale for various Futures Unlimited Banquet reasons, including moved! companies and indi- away, death, donated ai work, i victuals For exceptional It was announced lint Fen j elected j son. Cathv Smiek and Wancia EVERYBODY WORKS-Members of the PSYCHO MFG. CO. work on the construction of their product, chenilie octopus es, Wednesday evenings in ihe city hall annex. Left to right are Beth Johnston, Donnie Lookr Peier van der Lee, Doug Matisz, Bruce Look and Jfm Tudor, Thompson are running for the posl of secretary. Iven Lukenda was re-elected to the position of treasurer by acclamation, while Cathy Reti was the only candidate to file papers for social convemor. Students will have the oppo- tunity to hear the candidates on March 20, two days prior to the voting. Mondays. When the survey was made, i Pruegger's was closed every morning except Saturday. Cox. The board has yet l Pruegger's hours ation are from oper- p.m. daily Monday to Fri- day and 9 a.m. to p.m. Saturdays. Sorry about IhaL Yet another store which is always open Monday is the YWCA's New-to-Ytni at 415 2nd Ave. S., which is open from 1 to 5 p. m. Monday through Saturday. j The Herald had listed it ES closed all day Monday. j elect offi There were many sugges- tions to improve the perform- ance of the campaign, includ- ing longer preparation, educa- tion of the canvassers, closer liason between the chest and the member agencies, and ad- ditional siaff. The working year is just nbsiit" over for 1971-72, buL the Achievers plan a terge recruit- ing program in (he schools early in the fall. ORIGINAl OIL PAINTINGS J- QUAirrir MATHUAI at tow; HOUSE OF FINE ART Alberta Dance Festival results QUALITY DENTURE CUNIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capital Furniture 8ldg. 328-7AR4E Do you have merchandise lo consign? WE HAVE A Free Pick-Up Service MJCTBON BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. Phone 327-1222 409 CFCN-TV's NEW SEASON" Following is a complete list i o f Wednesday's competition! winners at the Alberta Dance Festival. The festival is held at the Yates Memorial Centre and continues through Saturday. Sols Song and Dance (12 years) First: Nancy La ban, Edmonton Second: Belinda Meli, Edmonton. Ensemble Jan {9 years and under) First: Bain Pederson School, Red Deer. Sola Jan {10 yean) First: Anas- las i a Sgourornltis, Edmonton Second: Paulla Whan, Edmonton. Solo Song and Oanct (II yean) First: Steffi Skr iy pc :a k, Edmon! Second: Lorvain Fritz, Fdmc Ion. Trio Tap (15 yean and under) First: Terry PurvTs, Nancy Laban, Jcanr.p Nicholson, Edmonton Second: Eve Bland, Belinda W.eti, Pam Marfynluk, Edmonton. Quartet Highland-Irish yean and under] First; Leiiweter School First: Bain School cf Dancing. Red Second: Graceffo D.ince Studios, Fd.iiDnlcn Quartet Tap (fi years and under) Ffrst: Bafn Pederson Red Deer. let re Edmonton; S( Jchn Karnmski. Efdmcnton. Solo National (13 years) Nancy Laban. Edmonton; S< Kim Ully, Lethbridge. der) Firsl; Jclllffe Academy, Li-.n- bridge. Solo Mime (li ycari) hirst: Deb- orah Skstey, Red Deer Second: Mark LllchJIeld, Lethbrlrtge. Donna Chambers, gary Second: Pa Hi Hughes Jane Barnes, Wendy JenhnV, St. Al- bert and Pflulla Whan, Sandra Speers, Lorraln FrHr, Edmor.ten. Ouai-teT Seng and Dance (15 yean and under) First; Lecky School, Edmonlcn Second: McClccklin School, Calgary. Ensemble Tap <18 and under) First: Jackie Graceflo O.ince Stu- dio, Edmofiton Scccnd: Hart'i School of Dancing, Calgary. Solo Character or Demi Characler (II years) First: Steffi Skrrypczak, Edmonton Second: Jcdy Hamil- ton, Porofea. Solo Ballet (13 years) First: Kim Ully, Lelhbrldge; Second: Margaret Mills, Lethbrldge. Solo Eihnk (13 years) First: Cindy Kcnapaki, Red Deer. Edm nlor :ond: Kim EHIsan, LeJh- Solo Hallanal (14 years) First: Carol Jolliffe, Lethbridgc; Second: Cindy Bcclli, Calgary. Solo Contemporary (IS years) First: Loltie Schroen, Edmonlon; Sec- ond: Lcn Ully, Lelhbridge, Sola Character or Demi Character (IS years) Firsl: Helen Jones, Ed- Duet Mime (11-H years) First: Leah Charlene Dorward, Lctn- bridgs. Solo Mime (13 yeari) First: Lanier, '.Vilson Siding, and Jaync Khan, tethbricfger Second: Debbie Hooper, Lethbridge. Solo Mime (14 years) FFrst: Carol Jotiilfe, 1 ethbrldge; Second: Christine l.cthhricfge. Solo Mime (IS yean) First: lorl Ully, Lclhbridge. Ensemble Mime (IS yeari and un- Lori irsl: bridge. Ensemble Mime (18 years and un- der] Jollifle Academy, brldge. Highland Fling years) First: 1 Cheryl Anne Turin, St. Albert; SEC- 1 ond: Brenda O'Ccnncw, Calgary. j Seccr.d: Paula Whan, Edmonton. Duel Song and Dance (11-12 years) First: Donna Chambers, Laurel Rankine, Calgary; Second: Steffi First: Bain Sen Ml Juniors, Red Deer Second: Leslie's Line, Cal- flarv. Highland Fling yean) first: Gail Scotl, Red Deer; Second: John Quamt' Hi8ht.ind-1risn (1! years and under) First: School cf Highland Dancing, Calgary; Second: LeinAeter Schcol ol Highland Danc- ing, Calgary. Duet Highland-Irish (7-8 years) First: Maureen Moore, Jamie O'Con- nor, Calgary Sydney Watson, Michelle TONIGHT GOOD LOOKING CPCN TELEVISION 'lacOonn'ell, Chanlelle Mcf-flehcl, Highland NaHonal (U lobcrah Skaley Red Deer Sec- or.d: Elirabefh Divies, Red Deer Judy Sinclair, Red Seanrj {U yean) Flrit: Kellie MacLachfAn, Calgary; Second; O'Connor, Calgary. Iriih Jig yeari) First: Jaye LtthbrTdger Second: Brenda i Turin, kdmenfon. Searn Truitibai (t yean iind undtrl Clare Caf- Second: Jo-Lynr.e Culler, Cal- Saifor's (H -yeari) First: Cathy Cameron, Calgary; Sec- MaSins Ganf, Edrronfon. Ensemble MfghlantJ-lrish (15 yttrt and under) Firsl: Leinweber Scf-eor of Hitjhlar.d Dancing, Calgary. I Highland FJIng (13 ysari) First' j Kellie MacLachlan, Calgary; Second: J Ensemble High land-Frith (13 ytari j ard ur-der) First: School J of Highland Dancing, Cafqary; Sec- ond: School of Highland Dancing. Sola JSTT First; fJadir.e I Gasif, (85J; Second: Vat! I Edrncnfon. Myrna Lecky Ed- i rixxiton, I solo song and [t yean) First: Cfndy Krisa, Calgary; Sccorvd: Martin, Sr. Albert and Joanne Smith, St. Albert. TrJo Tap (12 yean and under) Pfrst: Tracy stern Skrzyp- ciak, Kafhy Jewel t, Edmonton; Sec- oridr Heather Williams, Jnequte Dud- tey, Tim Edmontrn, and under) First: Bain Pederson I School, fled Deer. jjn (IB yean and BjLBCTROHOMB "The Snecial look "N lisieii value! Big 20" color picture pndonnanr.c. PalentecJ Etertrolok auiomat't: fine tuning and ElccUOl'nl automatic Tint conuof locks in the besl possible piciure. Finished in touy'i. atlractivc walnut vinyl. includes cfipolc antennae. .95 See this and oiher Elcctrohome TV and srinrials now diuinr] Look 'N Listen ACTIVE TV 1238 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-5020 THURSDAY Thursday was named by Ihe Anglo-Saxons after Thor, the god of thunder. DR. ARCHIBALD ALEXANDER IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT DR. A. R. F. (Eric) WILLIAMS HAS ARRIVED FROM ENGLAND TO JOIN HIM IN GENERAL PRACTICE AT THE LAICEVIEW MEDICAL DENTAL BUILDING 2621 10th AVENUE 'A' SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE Would you like to go to congenio! parties where you can meet new people, make o lot of friends and have ihe Mme of your life. You can do all this and more as a member of our club. If you difficulty meeting people and making friends here's your chance to change. Over 100 club members act as host by introducing you to the other members and make party going on informal pleasure. So decide now lo see for yourself. It could mean a whole new world of fun end happiness for you. A PERSONAL INTERVIEW IS REQUIRED "FOR INFORMATION" MISS DUNN 327-1442 ;