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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May tlTMBRIDQE HIKALD-JT The world is their playground Ask Andy winner Eleven-year-old Sharla daughter of Mr. contest. Sharla's winning question where did the and Mrs. Glen 1044 14th St. skims through pheasant originate and how did it get its Sharla her new set of encyclopedias she won in the Ask Andy is a grade 5 student at Fleetwodd-Bawden School. Young fashion designers honored LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By PAUL BURKE CATHOLIC CENTRAL Graduation is over Everyone is filled with a sense of satisfaction. A great deal of credit must go to the Graduation Committee. The whole affair was well planned and went off without a hitch The fund raising conducted by the committee raised more than enough money. In fact the grad fee paid by all the graduates was a nominal The dance' was a wonderful success. Everone enjoyed themselves enortnously and the music was well mixed so that even the parents could join in Our congratulations are extended to the grads for the restraint they showed in their celebrations after the dance. This year's graduates have shown themselves to be mature young adults. The drama department's award winning play Interview did very well at the Banff placing third in the province- wide competition. The drama classes are not resting on their laurels but have started rehearsal for yet another festival in the fall. In the week gone St. Francis' gym became the place of something unique in our system. The second Annual Talent Night took place. Various groups and individuals from all the schools in the separate school system produced something for this event. These ranged from skits to choir singing by the CCHS choir A very entertaining way to spend an if you did not have to study Students' council elections were held recently. It was the model of democracy. Every position except two were filled by acclamation. But we can hope that perhaps these are the right people for the job. Next years' students' council consists president. Rick first Ray Mackley. second vice-president. Peter Cathy secretary. Louise Grade 12 John Msckley and Eric Grade 11 Diane Litzzi and Rosanna Saccamani. Team sports are finished for the but sports like and swimming are only beginning. All these sports are learned in physical education and the students continue on from there. Some join the tennis clubs in the city while others join the archery club. Still others will further their knowledge of swimming by taking swimming lessons It will be an active summer for many people. As school draws to a close students are already studying for their final examinations. The tension and anxiety will build until the exams begin. Then it will be all for good or bad. We all hope it is for the good. At summer holidays MONTREAL Three Montreal a Quebec student living in Pans and a young Toronto designer are the recipients of this year's fashion Canada handed out at an awards banquet this week The scholarships cover tuition fees and living enabling the winners to further their studies in fashion design. Fashion Canada also handed out its Citation Award to Jack president of Molyclaire Ltd. of Montreal The award honors a manufacturer who has contributed to promoting Canadian fashion design The three Montreal students Marguerite Jacques Benoit and Renee Lasalle plan to use their scholarhips to study fashion design at Ecole Fleury Delaporte in Paris. All are graduating in June from the Ecole Cotnoir Capponi in Montreal Louise Grenier of St. currently attending the Ecole Esmond Guerre- Lavigne in will use her scholarship to complete her studies there Malcolm Pearcey of Toronto said his scholarship will be used for studies at the St. Martin's School of Art in London. Student streaker suspended OWEN Ont. A young man streaked through a shopping mall where policemen were setting up displays for Police Week. He was caught by a provincial police officer after he dodged behind a statue of the safety elephant. Graham Low. of Owen Sound was charged with committing an indecent act. r you can wait 3 clays Nab the Roundup double-barreled bargains from an inventory of millions of Shoppers Stoppers start May 27 Simpsons-Sears 'The Richest Child is Poor without Musical We carry a complete line of musical instruments and sheet music LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatrt Bldg. Phone 'Airline brats' fly first-class By DEE WEDEMEYER NEW YORK Creston Lee Creswell has made 11 round trips across the Atlantic and finally has concluded that the world's best hot chocolate is served at the Eiffel Tower. But then he has a special viewpoint. He is only three years old. And he's also an airline a child of one of the airline employees in the United States. Like their they fly free or with huge discounts. For these junior a 747 is as familiar as the school bus. First-class accommodation is routine. A trip to London may cost them less than other kids pay for a Saturday movie. In some airline kids have taken a plane just to see the having first circumvented the cost of the movie charge by bringing their own earphones. Others take a flight when they need a free meal or are tired of dormitory cooking. The world is literally their playground In ihe more than miles young Creston has he has played with Spanish-speaking children in a Barcelona park and ridden on the carousel at Fortnum and the London department store. He has been in where a Goya nude immediately caught his eye. woman has no clothes he exclaimed. His parents are Terri and Donald Creswell. He's vice- president of cargo sales for Pan American World Airways boom for kids has come with the says Jerry a vice-president of American Airlines. His own three children have become increasingly blase about travel. Jacob himself was a pioneer airline brat. His father worked for American Airlines and Jacob remembers as a child flying from New York to Texas to visit his grandmother. The journey meant six stops in a DC-3. His mother would pin inside his coat and give him a note for the me off in Fort Some airlines are reluctant to discuss their employee they don't want to stir up resentment from the public paying full fare. But others willingly publicize the system. They say it is a major advantage of recruiting employees. Pass privileges vary from airline to airline and generally increase with seniority and position. For round- the-world economy class fare is about The dependent -The Herald Youth ot any Pan Am employee with three months' seniority can fly that route once each year for Dependents of an employee of 10 years can fly the route any number of times for a service charge. Dependents of staff vice- presidents such as Donald Creswell and other high- level officers have unlimited free trips regardless of seniority. Most dependents lose their passes when they are 21 or no longer dependent on their parents. Generally passes are honored by any airline for a small but not if the issuing carrier is on strike. Annual Income on 5 year Guaranteed Investment Receipts. Fully guaranteed by Royal Trust for term of deposit. No fee or handling charge. Rates subject to confirmation. Guaranteed Investment Receipts. Royal Trust Member Canada Deposit Insurance Corp. 740 4th Ave. Alberta 328-5516 Save Sears Friday and Saturday only pkgSTOr reg. pkg. Simpsons-Sears bags to fit these makes and in Ont.. a Toronto about 300 students at Streetsville secondary staged a walkout in protest of the suspension of a student streaker. Mike Roy. was suspended for two weeks after a streaker ran across a stage during a student talent show. 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