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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD _ Mcucli 10, 1972 tf Science Fair winners LCI student takes top place THEY CALL THE WIND A MENACE Trie nuisance grounds just that !mt week as the winds picked up the dump's paper contents ancf dislributed them indiscri minately over tho yards in Hardieville. Both sides of 13th St. N, on the way ro the hamlet were treated wllh dis- respect by the wind and paper. What the snow fence on the west side of the street failed to accept, the hedge east of the road welcomed with thorny branchs. The private firm which operates the dump was instructed by ihe cily dent: Wagenaar, a Grade 10! student tJiy Lcthbridge Col- Institute, copped the grand award Sunday at the 10th annual Lcthbridgc Region- al Science Fair, Working with the life-giving properties of chlorophyll in cold-treated plants, Leo was picked the best exhibitor over 62 contestants by t h e eight chairmen of the various judg- ing committees. Grade y student Ruth Weintraub won the junior divi- i on awa rd for a ti ex bibil on the probability of chances in inini-yah'.zce, a gome using dice. In the group competition, Da vid Inglis and Pel Cisar, both f-i ticipating in the senior high school division, were named winners with an exhibit called Coanda. These students are ROW el to compete in the Can- ada Wide Science Fair competi- tion in Juirnia, Out. May 9 to 13, if enough fxincls are collect- ed. Alternate winners selected to t? to the Ontario competition 1 (he panel of 4-1 judges fron southern Alberta schools were Llcyd Takeyasu, Victor Tron ;ml David Weintraub aU o f IjOtlihridgp. The regional science fair was open to students in junior and niov Iiigli schools in sou them Alberta. The biological, phys- ical and earth and space sci- ences were the subjects for ex- hibits. Creative ability, scientific thought, thoroughn e s s, skill, olanty dramatic value were tha criteria used by the judge to select the winners. OTHER WINNERS Grades 1, E, 9 Sciences David Cichy R. Tfther) Icr the effect of detergent en growln (rf corn, ard Michael Callings Sellon- P rmore) honorable mention for pof- Dlologifal sciences fin! to Rhonda Meyer and Vcra Romaniuk Calholic tor ccelarsntli 'olri sjccnd 1o Jconnc Ooto- oikl, Debby FloLerg (Gilbert dlMedlon and weighing cf ggi and embryos, and honorable menllcn to Jim Williams Michelle Brisstlle (St, Mary's, later) lor audl- vc perception cf garblls. Physical sciences first lo Jim Russell and Will Lanler elecrros'fltlc generators, second to Williams antf FJ o u g I as Grelg, (Crowinest Consol, Glair more) oo model aircraft, and honorable men- lion lo Cdlhy Miytnlmo. J.iyne Rus- sell, Rlnxida riexliaug and kering iW. R. Myers, laber) for solar energy- Physical sciences Jlrst to Donna Troman, Susan Tend'er, and Susan van Gael, (Catholic on fct> creatlcn, and second 1o Marlane Hum- mel, and Dabble Duncan [Horace Allen, Coleman) for crystals and crys- tal growing. Earlh and space sciences: First lo Emily Burke and Louise Burke (Calh- far atmosphere urigln, Imlly B lie Cen bridge! treated and hcnorable mentlcn to Rlna Mirc- ciarcno, Rflyrncml HsUoHh, and VcrclUo, (St. Basil's) Icr dincvsaurs. r-dilrs Id, 11, onrJ 12 firif tr> Leo First: Kim Lei hit ridge. Setcnd: Vor.'jssa Hoyt. rst: JilT Trotman, Cfllaary, Second: David Turner on mo-Sydney Walswi and Michelle llcrg' j and ticnorablc mentions 1o Catgary 1 (Wilson) on Ihe orTgln Keltle Calgary. Etfmonlon Edio Way on slarr, and galaxies, Patri Hucihes, St. Ensemble Ballcl Characlcr (open) First; Llfeya Danes Group, No marks given. Duet Jan (IS- IS yean) Firil: C ndy Booth, Dcrtnd Dryrfen, Caleary; Gail fcoJt, Judy Sinclair, Rad R. Myers, labsr) on the and :ercnd to Kim GilchJ-ht Bnd on thesis. sciences Susan fAt- "Sofo Ballet (17 yearsl Flrilr Loli Wucfryfc, St. Albert, Lynn Sercda, Sherwood Park. Ensemble Elhnic (optnt FJnF: LI leva Dance Group, Edrncotc-n Seccnd: Kamenyar Dsnca Group, His hi Fling (open) First: Susan Smith, Edmonton. Sfccnd: Edle Duff. Kanna. Highland National (11 Diana Lynn Walker, Edmonlon. i drugs, CANCER SEMINAR THURSDAY, MARCH 23rd 2 P.M. U.S. lax man available in Calgary A representative of t li c United States department o( internal revenue vail be avail- i able lo assist U.S. taxpayers living in Canada, until March 27, at the U.S. consulate gen-1 805 8th Ave. S.W. in Gal- gary. Mr. Westley will be available at the consulate general's of- fice from a.m. until p.m. Monday through Friday. 12 VOLT SO AMPS. 24 Month Warronly 6 VOLT 115 AMPS. 36 Monlll Worronly 12 VOIT 70 AMPS. 36 Month Warranty 12 VOLT 110 AMPS. 60 Month Worronlv "NO SALES TAX" IN THE PRICES FARM SPECIAL UTHBRIDGE BATTERY CO. 217 12 St. 'B' South Phono 327-5587 of HART GLOBE1.ITE DELCO Two cops, who quit Ihe forca )o become private detectives, are quickly thrust into o hunt for a killer who has eluded tho police for 12 years. A 1971 DRAMA, starring Robert Hooks, Stephen Brooks, Walter Brennan, Mercedes McCambridgo cmd Nevrllo Brand. TOMIGHT GOOD LOOKING CPCN TELEVISION Paint firm expands to city General Paint Corp. (Can- ada) Ltd., one of the largest wall covering and painting companies in Western Canada, has cstnWishert a branch office in Lethbriclge at 1005 3rd Ave. S. The company, which is part, of tho corporate holdings of Ca- nadian Manufac- turers, was founded in Vancou- ver by Tom Ayres in Hill, ac- ccrdirtf to Paul Arcand, man- ager of Ihe Lcthbridgc branch, which v.iil have its official opening Wednesday. General maintains its head- quarters in Vancouver and has nine branches in British Colum- bia, Alberta and S'askatchesan. Before coming lo Lethbridge, the company served Alberta from Edmonton and Calgary. The assistant manager of the Lethbridge branch is Neil Kopp of the Peter P. Kopp famiiy, residents of the bridge area since 1927. The company's president is Mel Keeler, who hails from the Bow Island-S even Persons 229 12th Sttael 'C' Norlh NEW FILMS DRESSING SERVICE DISPLAY, etc. Afler-Dirtner Guest Speakers: DR. ALAN PATERSON, Director of U of A Reiearcfl Unit, McEachern laboratory, Edmonton and two of hit colEaagUBf, DR. BROX end DR. CASS. Dinner at 6 p.m. per person ANNUAL MEETING Lelhbridge Carholic Separate S.D. No. 9 A public AnnL-al Meeting of the electors of the Leth- bridgc Catholic Separole S.D. No. 9 will be held as indicated beiow to receive and discuss financial and educational reporls beaming on the management or Catholic Schools. PLACE Lecture Theatre Catholic Central High School DATE Tuesday, March 21 TIME p.m. (WESTERN) LID. 816 3rd Ave. S. Invites you to the Phone 327-5540 PICTURE Sprircg Spectacular featuring BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS and KODAK CAMERAS LIMITED SUPPLY Purchase decorating supplies to value of Painl, Wallpaper, Brushes, Rollers, etc., and obtain a Kodak Hawkeye Instamatic Kit (compare price at for just Drop in today and look at complete outfit, as well as discuss your spring decorating projcc's. 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