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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JLQ THF UTHBR1DOE HERALD Saturday, Maicli 18, as No. 1 drug problem llv TIM MVYIUK jj-15 per cent of the drinking l alcoholic is 10 to 12; TI n it-i'it writrr Canadian population, or lilT.lflW years less than average, Herald staff Writer i pcrsonS( co.isumo a "bazar-' -Withdrawal from alcohol is Alcohol U by far the No. 1! dons" amount ouiu-esl of i more sevoro iiml move likely to First j Edie May Dutf, Hanrvar Second: 5u for a change suggest that a stabilized national h o 1 i day would allow for better planning of work and vacation periods. better cycSing of long-weekend holidays during the summer, and proper promotion at all levels of suitable festivities to mark the nation's birthday. Zouboules, Calgary. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. 5. Phona 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitation! (7A Hour Service If Necetiary) Brida BooVa Thank You Napkins Matches We provide Camplimcnfory Persona I izecf Hcod Tabla Place Cards with each Order! FREE CUSTOMER PARKING Katie Jolmson concert Sunday Katie Johnson, soprano, of Lethbridge and Calgary, will give a recital Simday in the Yates Memorial Centre at p.m. She will be accompanied by Glenn pianist and Jake Salomons, classical guitarist in her selection of songs by Brit- ten, Marx. Cage, Somers and Morrawetz, Proceeds will be used to de- fray the expenses on a tour by the Anne Campbell Singers, Pain Warrvnluk, ndmonton. Sofo Kalfonal (H yean) First: Nola Dahl, Maqralhj Seccnd: Suisnra Konrad. Lethbrldce. Solo Cfiaractpr-Deml Character (10 years) Firsh Poirler, Le1h- second: Paula Lefh- brtdoe- So1o Cliflracter [8 years) First: Katherlne Hawken. St. Albert; Bar- bara Czabiiy. Coaldale. Sain Hslionnl (i yean and Firsl: Danfrll-i Gcugh, Lrrhbrldne. Sclo Contempcrary (ID Firir: Tflra-Jsan Piirey, Lelhlirldge; Stcc.Td: Panra Harcer. Le1hbridge. Sofo Ballef years) First: TeM- Jo Ully, S-cond: Wenrty Solo Watlnnal {IS years) First; orf Ully, Lethbridge; Second: Jchn arnlnskt, Edmcnfon. H.ilipnal [14 ypars) First: Dotcrah SkaTeyi Red Deer. Solo National (U years) VVenda Crav.-ford. Rfd rter (J yean tnst under) First: St, Alberf Schucl Denctng, St. Albert. DM) Ballet-Character (11-H ytars) -First: Kim EJIiEcn, Vanessa PlcHell, Lethbritfae; Sec end: .Suien Ccoper-, Hoooer, Le I h bridge. Ount Bsltet Character (75 years) First' Hugh's, Julie Rum pel. Si. AlberJ. Enitmbla National U! yesn and under) First: Jollilfe Academy, Lethbrldge, Solo Tap (U years) First: Nancy taban, (BS) Second: Ter- ry Purvis, Edmonton; Belinda Welz, Edmonton, Out' Song and OTIS yeArO Flrstr Delwrflh Sknley, Werttfa Red Deer Duel Jan (U18 yean] First: Linda Card, Laurie Edmonton. Solo Tap [17 years) First: Karen Aim Kid, Calgary. Solo Jail (13 years) First; Pom MarrynluV, Edmonton; Second: Jo- Smith, F-dmonlon Second: Edls Duff, HanriA. Irish Jig (6 yean and unilir) First: Maureen Clara Moore, Celgaryj Second: Jc-Lynne Cutler, Calgary. S-sann Trulhbai years) Cheryl Anne Turin, St. Albert; Sec- Solo Mime (6 years and under) First: DanellB Gough, Solo Mime (9 yean) First: Pa- mela SeeonrJ: Terl-Jo Ully, Lelhbrldge. E n s e m b I Mime years under) First: Jolllffe Academy, Hallonal [1! yean Reminiscing with the Ensemble Haiionat [i: yean HDD .1 under) First: 'JoIlifFe Academy, jV Lerhbfldge. i liRIllTlHl J- DueT Contemporary MM! UVaUHVl Firit: Nola Dafil. Tara Jean Pluey, Lethbrldce. Duel National (MB yean) Hrsn Lcn Fairbanks, Barbara Wide, Lett- bridge. Duet (11-12 Knthryn Hoyl, Wendy TrocVstad, Lefrv brldqe. Solo ConlernpererY (11 years) Firjh Vanessa Pletrell, Lelrtbridge; Secend: Dabbl- Pfafi. Fdmcnfon. I Tno Balltt-Characier [IS years snfl i First: Kachsn, Mi-dryk, Jeannlne Warfel- St. Alfcert. Sola Character-Demi Chirader (17 years) First; Lynn Sereda, Sher- Park, i Solo Character-Dem I Character i years) First: Val Edmorv j Ion; Second: Carol JolUfle, Lcfh- bridge. i B a 1 I 11 Character W and under) JoLlltfe Academy, Lethbridge; Second: ST. Al- bert School c( St. Albert. Duet Conlemporary (15-14 Firsl: Alison Stlilwell, Kim Ully, Lelrv bridge; Second: Fritz, Debbie Platz, EdrneTitcn. Solo Conlamporiry (17 Ffrst: Lois Mudryk, 5r. Sola Mime (10 yean) Flril: Polrler, Lefhbridge. Solo (11 F I r 11: Nola Magralh; Renae Turntr, Uthbrldgs. Solo Mime (U ysars) HrsJ: Kim Ully, LettibfTdrie; Second; Beck-l, Lethbridge. Ensemble Mima (U and un- der) First: Jolllffe Academy, Lerh- Martin Bros. Funeral Homes Ltd, (2nd GENERATION) Presents THE SUNDAY HOUR dorny. Lelhbrldge Easter Seal benefit show on Sunday A Sound Benefit will he held at Hie Civic Centre Sunday to raise money for the Easter Seal Campaign in Lelhbridgc. The benefit will run from 8 p.m. to 12 midnight Entertaining will be Frank Slide, Shamcn, Sahara, Billy Nichol, and the Bogus Boogie Band. i Admission is per person. MorHn SOUTHMINSTEfi UNITED CHURCH JUNIOR CHOIR Auiitad by the Junior Eniembla Directed by ANNE CAMPBEU Accomponiit PAT WRIGHT SUNDAY, MARCH 19lh to p.m. CJOC-TV CHANNEL 7 (RE-TELECAST SUNDAY AT P.M.) THE TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenua Soulh THE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13lh Slreel North 2nd GENERATION FUNERAl DIRECTORS AND ADMINISTRATIVE COUNSEUORS FOR PRE-ARRANGEMENTS [Authorized by Irin Alberto Government Security Commission) Saaii Stores moves to new building The Saan Slores Ltd. will be closed until Thursday next wetk and v-ill re-open at a new location in ths Metropolitan Building. A spokesman for Saan said the store has three times tho space of the present loca- tion to accommodate more stock. There will also be an in- crease In the number of staff the Saan Store will employ, the spokesman said. Jim Penny, vice-president of Capitol Furniture who leases the space at 322 5th St. S. lo Saan, said there are no plans now to fill I he space when it is vacated by Saan. School days end Imuslhavebeen aboul twelve when I lelt home. I landed a job on a farm in Greenwood Indiana, for ten or maybe fifteen dollars a month, with room and boatd. I got up belore dawn to feed the stock, and when 1 cams back Irom school I shucKed corn or some such thing till about cighl or nine at niahl. Then in the sevonlh grade we started alge- bra, and I couldn't conceive any i pailof it. And I thought, Oh Lord, if we got lo wrestle with this I'll just teave 1 don't cara aboul X being fne unknown quantity, So my school clays ended right There, near Greenwood Indiana, andalgebra's'.vhaidrove meoff." Perhaps it's iitst as well for all the loveis ol Kentucky Fried Chicken that algebra drove tha Colonel out ol school. After he'd Iriod all sorts of jobs he relumed to his first love: cooking. That's why today, wherever you live in Canada, you can find the Colo- nel's boys cooking 1hat deli- cious Kentucky Fried Chicken 'finger lickin' good', just like hf> taught them. It's got to be good, after all xvho knows more about Kentucky Fried Chicken than Colonel Sanders and his boys, Colonel Sandere mi Ms toys te it "linger lickin'goctT- ;