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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta g THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, May 17, 1973 Zel ler's Merchandise on Sale Tonight, Friday and Saturday LIMITED QUANTITIES DOREL STEREO liquor and glass cabinet mod lights -Reg. 399.96 SPECIAL DELUXE RECEIVER C -Reg. 229.00 SPECIAL 3 Position Rediner -Green, Gold, Brown, Black -Some with vibrators -Some with vibrator and heater -Reg. S99.99 SPECIAL 2 POSITION brown, black -Reg. 74.99 SPECIAL........... WESTINGHOUSE 26" Color Television picture year warranty -Reg. 544.00. SPECIAL MAGNUS ELECTRIC ORGAN cords -Reg. 32.96 SPECIAL ____ BIG MAN SIZE SUPER RECLINER CHAIR or green cover -Reg. 106.00 SPECIAL SWIVEL ROCKERS for office or home colors -Reg. 59.88 SPECIAL CRUSHED VELVET HOSTESS CHAIR gold -Reg. 44.88 SPECIAL ____ 29 A.G.S. 12" PORTABIE TELEVISION -Black and white -With earphone jack -Reg. SPECIAL PANASONIC STEREO Multiplex -Reg. 299.00 SPECIAL FLEETWOOD 19" TELEVISION -Black and white -Imitation Rosewood1 cabinet -Reg. 189.00. SPECIAL GOBI CABINET STEREO and glass cabinet lights -Reg. 196.00 SPECIAL SANYO 16" COLOR TELEVISION -With built-in antenna -Reg. 396.00. SPECIAL SYMPHONIC STEREO RECEIVER -1 speakers -12 ft. extension cord -Reg. 69.99. SPECIAL HI BACK SWIVEL ROCKER cushion -Reg. 149.95. SPECIAL FIREPLACE STEREO and glass cabinet rack -Reg. 399.00 SPECIAL GENERAL ELECTRIC 16" COLOR TELEVISION MINI REFRIGERATOR- FREEZER -Reg. 139.95 SPECiAL ____ portable C, -Reg. 356.00 SPECIAL ROOM SIZE 9'xl2' RUGS -Reg. 44.88 SPECIAL 24 ZeSler's County Fair located in Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Mag rath Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. fo 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 Accent on Youth Students visit forestry school About 35 Grade 4 students rom Galbraith School will re- turn to Lethbridge about 5 p.m. Friday after a five-day trip to Edmonton, Hinton and Banff. The students, accompanied by teacher Dorothy Toone and six parent chaperones, left the city by bus May 14. At Edmonton, they visited the Alberta Government Tele- phones Tower, attended an eve- ning operetta at Richard Sec- ond School, and inspected the Alberta Museum and Alberta Game Farm. At Hinton, students toured the forestry technical school and the North West Pulp and Power Company. Today the group took a snow- mobile tour of the Columbia ice fields. Before returning to Leth- bridge Friday, they will take a gondola across Sulphur Moun- tain at Banff and will enjoy a swim in the upper hot springs. Funds for the trip were raised during the year by the students and their parents. At Hamilton Local students tour Notre Dame Cathedral By KIRK P.RINCE and GAYLE McCREADY A Pacific Western 707 left Calgary recently with Hamilton students and chaper- ones on its way to Brussels, Belgium. The plane landed in Green- land for refueling during which time the students toured the terminal and bought post cards. The plane landed in Brussels shortly before midnight. The students boarded three sleeper buses and set off for Paris. After a four hour drive, they arrived in Paris and went to their residence to get settled. During then- stay, the tour- ists saw the Notre Dame Cath- edral, and took a boat ride down the Seine River. They toured the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre Museum where they saw the Mona Lisa. Hamilton Trekkers These Hamilton students are seen getting ready for their nine-day Journey to trace the original trek west of the North West Mounted Police 1874. The students will visit vcrious places including Fort Walsh, the Maple Creek museum. Bear Paw Battle- ground and Fort Benton. The starting point of the trek is Dufferin, Man. The will be returning to Lethbridge on Monday. 4-H club plans debate The Alberta Government Is) Clarence Cppithorne, Alberta minister of highways and tran- sport, will be the banquet speak- er prior to the debate. The Canadian Council on 4-H hosting a banquet for 150 mem- bers and guests of the Canadian Council on 4-H Clubs at the Banff Springs Hotel today. Twenty Alberta 4-H club members and other young peo- ple will be staging a parlia- mentary style debate. The youthful leader of the opposi- tion wiE introduce a motion to disband the 4-H program across Canada. Arguments for and agains' proposals and counter-pro posals, will be presented by th debaters, chosen as iUberta best at competitions held acres the province in recent months The topic is particularly ap proriate since 1973 marks 60th anniversary of the 4-H pro gram in Canada. Membershi includes the Canada Depart ment of Agriculture, the 10 pro vmtial agencies administerin 4-H, 47 business members anc 25 associate members. Debating has become one o the most popular 4-H project and was chosen by the youn; Albertans as a means of mak ing the 4-H story come alive. Clubs and the Canadian 4-H Foundation are holding a series of annual and executive meet- ings at the Banff Springs Ho- tel this week. More youth on page 9 At Winston Churchill School spirit is high at special assembly BRENDA KOSAKA One of the most thrilling and exciting moments for WCHS students was at a Color Day Assembly last Friday. At the end of this assembly, Doe, student, presented to the school, the graduation gift from this year's seniors. On the south wall were two arge masonite pictures of bull- dogs done in navy and orange, he school Just as the unveiling proceeded, the au- ditorium darkened, and two arge spotlights focused on the rown paper covered areas on the wall. The paper fell, the students made the victory signs, and be- jan to sing the school song. This was the moment that reshman, sophomores and se- niors united as one student xxly, proud to be members of Churchill. These gifts are special in that they were made by some of the Churchill students. The Color Day Assembly was the first of its kind. It was also a recognition of ath- letic and social achievements. Presented at this assembly were four of the highest awards given at Winston. Mr. and Miss Churchill this year were Dennis De Groot and Ka- ren Crane. Top rikde and female ath- letes were Ken Nakama and Gail Blonchard. This also brings us to the fact that there was an excellent representation of freshmen and sophomores as well as seniors, particularly in the citizenship awards. In the next couple of years, Winston should have one of the better study bodies. It's hard to believe that 12 years of public schooling will be over in a few weeks. With tomorrow being gradua- tion day, many parents will have the thrill of seeing their jean-clad daughter and T-shirt sons in formals and suits. Was it only yesterday that our mothers left us on the lone- ly steps of elementary school? Time has passed so quickly and during that time we've been involved in things like Christmas plays, houseleagues, students' councils and valen- tine parties. Now we are filling out appli- cations for university, techni- cal vocational schools or jobs. Many childhood dreams of be- ing a teacher or doctor are be- ing fulfilled. Maybe in 15 years, Winston could have a class reunion of students and staff, just to re- member the good ol' school days. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By ALICE M. SNYDEK Catholic Central After several months of de- tailed planning and prepara- tion, it seems that graduation has come and gone all too quickly. I can honestly say that all as- pects concerning our gradua- tion activities the grad mass, ceremonies, dance and espe- cially the "after grad celebra- tion" were a success. Thanks are due to the Grade 12 grad committee and the Grade 11 decorating commit- tee on miraculously transform- ing our gymnasium into an ap- propriate setting for our final formal dance at CCHS. Graduation gave everyone the opportunity to meet with old friends as well as Jiew for what might in some cases be the last time. As can be expected, Satur- day night was indeed a happy occasion. Feelings of sentimen- tality, mingled with sadness, were present in all of us and sure that we will always remember grad '73. Naturally, countless cliches are tied in with graduation, which is said to be "the turn- ing point" in one's life. Al- though we may regard these sayings with derision, there is that amount of truth present in all ever-worked quotes. One can always learn from reflection upon previous years with their successes and fail- ures. Although we have vast amounts of knowledge yet to be acquired, surely these past 12 years have proved worthwhile. The cast and crew of our award-winning play entitled To Bum A Witch journeyed to Banff last weekend to partici- pate in the drama festival. W6 are extremely proud of our actresses and stage hands on winning recognition as the best Lethbridge has to offer. Friday marks another special occasion, for the junior high graduates. The graduates will attend a supper in the evening, followed by a Semi-formal dance in the gymnasium. Guests are by invitation only and the band will be Bloody Winter. Hoping that the juniors have an enjoyable time and con- gratulations on joining the ranks of the seniors! LEISTER'S COMING EVENTS Playgoers Festival GOLDEN JUBILEE MAY 21 TO MAY 26th COMPLETE WEEK OF ACTIVITIES ARABIAN HORSE SHOW MAY 26 AND 27 Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion Tickets Available at LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG. PHONE 328-4080 ;