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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LFIHBRIDGE HERALD Fridoy, 15, 197J Victorian film series on next week If jtm revol In purple prose nnd tilings Gothic, Indulge yourself and attend the Vic; lorian film series being offered Iliis fall by the University of Lotlibridgo. Entitled "Sixty Glorious Years: The Victorian Age on the series is open to the public. A maximum of 500 can be accommodated nnd about half that number have registered so far. The first film will be screened Sept. 19 at p.m. The series, sponsored by Iha U of L continuing education, is to be held at the Yates Centre. Each film will be prefaced by a brief lecture from U of L his- tory or English professors, out- lining the setting and back- ground of the film. The Films scheduled lo be shown are: "Disraeli" (Sept. "Great Exp e c I afions" (Sept. "Alice In Wonder- land" and "Beloved Vaga> bond" (Oct. "Jane Eyre" (Oct. "The Mudlark" (Oct. "Charge of the Light Bri- gade" (Oct. "The Bar- retts of Wimpole Street" (Oct. 31) and "Oh! What a Lovely War" (Nov. The cost of tha course Is for adults, for senior citizens and students. Appli cation forms are available through the registrar's office at the U of L City traffic line painting program failure The city been an artistic failure this year, having little success with its street line painting program. On several streets, lines painted during the early part of the summer lasted only two weeks, city engineer Randy Holfeld says. At other locations, using the same paint, the lines remained quite visible for six weeks, he said. SWEET REVENGE Werner Schmidt, academic vice- president of Lethbridge Community College, seems lo be getting more than his share of enjoyment out of the opportunity to plunge one of his sludentx into the dunk tank during Week activities at LCC. Even though it was all in good fun, more lhan one sludent was heard to mutter something about wishing the situation was reversed. LETHBRIDGE FEDERAL SOCIAL CREDIT NOMINATING CONVENTION FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th 8 P.M. CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE MARTIN HATTERSLEY PRESIDENT ALBERTA BRANCH OF THE SOCIAL CREDIT OF CANADA GUEST SPEAKER Everybody welcome Gty junior achievement recruiting 'huge' success City firemen hose-coupling champions Local firefighters returned from St. Paul last weekend with the Bedard Shield, emble- matic of the Alberta provincial hose-coupling champions. The local team, consisting of Lt. Ken. Huston and firefighters Don Carpenter, Bob Daku, Geo- rge Jackci and Roger McAdam, entered In 10 competitions lead- ing up to the championship fin al. The team won the final by nine seconds. Most lines should last close o six months. A maximum of hrce paintings a year should all that's necessary, Mr. lolfeld said. There is no single cause for if paint failure. "It's a com- Icx relationship of a bunch of minor he added. At first, the paint was being ut down too thin- That was olved through a machine od- ustment setting the thickness t 15 to 18 millimetres. When the paint was still dis- ppearing, the manufacturer ame under fire. Other com- munities, however, use the amc paint with varying de- ireos of success. A lab report rom the manufacturer is ex- jected. Checks are made on he asphalt aggregates to de- ermine if there might be some chemical reaction caus- ng paint deterioration. For application of the rub- ber-base paint, the city budget- ed this year. So far, more than has been spent. Applications for membership this year hove more than trip- ed but space for Lethbridge Junior Achievement operations Is a questlonmark. Recruiting in the Iliree local high schools has turned up 238 prospective junior achievers. Last year, 70 students partici- pated. Ilecruilmcnt rose to 11B stu- dents at the LCI, 9Z at Catholic Central and 30 at Winston Churchill. Last year, all three floors of the city hall annex building were available oiiq night each week. Group activities will be split into two nights a week this year, with half the junior achievers meeting for the first lime Oct. 3 and the rest Oct. 4. One floor of the city hall an- nex Is available and only on temporary basis. City council has tabled for 30 days a report from the com munity services department which deals with the problem Community services director Bob Bartlett has recommended .he annex be used entirely by us department for office space. That would leave the existing community services depart- ment buildinR at 5th Ave. and 2nd St. S. open for a group like the junior achievers, he said. When the program begins, the students will be assigned lo one of seven groups, each spon- sored by a local company. The advising companies are: Bat- ons, Simpsons-Sears, The Her- ald, Canadian Western Natural Gas Co., Imperial Oil Ltd. Bank of Nova Scotia and the Royal Dank. The achievers will form their own companies, under the ad- visors' direction, choose a prod- uct to manufacture and begin production. The 1971 Junior achievement secretary of the year for Can- ada, Michelle LeBaron, came out of the local achievers group. No separate school in Westbridge yet The separate school district like the public system, has n immediate plans for construct- ing a school in Westbridge. Like the public system it wil bus students lo schools unti there are about 180 Catholi children in Grades 1 to 6 iii new subdivision. Then it would "seriously con sider building a school." It has been suggested the city look to the old masters for new glazing technique. Symphony ball planned ior Saturday The annual Symphony Ball will be held Saturday at the Holiday Inn beginning at 9 p.m. The formal dance is sponsor- ed the Symphony Women's League of the Lcthbridge Sym- phony Association. Music will be provided by by Garnet Burl's Orchestra, a six-piece group from Saskatche- wan. For the nosltalgEc there will be music of the IJM's, for the moderns contempor- ary tunes. A buffet supper Is planned for midnight. Tickets may be obtained at Leister's Music Ltd. or at the tloor. P-oeccds go to the Lelh- bridge Symphony Association. Margaret Nelson elected head of symphony group Margaret Nelson was elect- ed president of the Lethbridgc Symphony Association at a reg- ular meeting of the board of directors this week. Retiring president Is Doug Card. New vice-presidents arc Dr. Cliff Palmer and Leo Frouws. Secretary is Nat Olson. Mr. Frouws was re-elected to the board of directors, with new members being Dorothy Beckel, Ken McLean, Mrs. Nel- son, D.-. Bill Kelson and Nells Kloppenhorg. The association has planned tour concerts for the 1972-73 season. The Associalion consists of supporters of the Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Lucien Needham and the Lethbridge Symphony Chorus under Walter Goertzen. Accident Cars, police said, driven by August Cast, of 801 6th Ave. N., and Ronald D. Mcodie, of 1314 3rd Ave. N., were involved in an accident at ft city Inter- section causing about dam- age. STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 3143rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE MARTENS COALDALE SUPER SAVERS FRIDAY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15th and 16th WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMlT QUANTITIES In effect until closing Saturday, Sept. 16th. CANADA GRADE UTILITY YOUNG TURKEYS ib. TABLERITE CANADA CHOKE CROSS RIB ROASTS ib. RED LEAF MARGARINE 1 Ib. pkgs. ........5 for FIVE ROSES FLOUR 20 Ib. bag CHASE AND SANBORN COFFEE 1 Ib. pkg. FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY BOSTON CREAM PIES ALBERTA FINE GRANULATED SUGAR 10 Ib. bag 133 B.C. BARTLETT PEARS 17 Ib. CANADA NO, 1 NORGOLD POTATOES 20 Ib. bog ;