Addy Regina 20 Apr 1973 p8

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Addy Regina 20 Apr 1973 p8 - CAC's Business Students Take Top State Honors...
CAC's Business Students Take Top State Honors Central An/ona College's 'business club raptured 17 honors and awards at the wei-kond's i'hi Beta Lambda annual state .leadership con-, ieri.'iu't' in Tempo. The total made CAC's chapter the biggest winner at the. con- 'I'ert'ix'e, which included business students (nun many schools throughout '.he. state. Cf.'iiral's 'Ester Bojorquoz was named Arizona's Miss Future B'.!sinc>s F.xcctitr <• lor 197!!. She received a cash pn/c iiiiri will represent the state in the national Phi Beta Lambda C,-ji:ierciH-<' .tui'.c 21 Ihmug'i i'3 :n Washington. I) (' Miss " Bnjorqu,-.' is the daughter i>! Mr md Mrs i'gnacio Bojorque/, .l'>4 \ Lincoln Avf> . Casa (irai;dt-. I'nscilia Sinim-: \t< I'ooiidge Developers also qualified tor national competition by taking first place in the senior secretary contest. Competing against other college and university teams. 'CAC's parliamentary procedure squad won its third consecutive state title in its event. Team members are Phyllis I" I ford. Mazine Clark, Miss Simms. Sandra Kirk. Regina Addy. and Marlene Ptacek. al! o! ( oolidge. Among other awards received by. the CAC chapter were: Robert Ollerton, Eloy. second in data processing; Miss Addy. third in junior secretary and extemporaneous speaking; (ilenda Goodrich, Coolidge. ihird in senior secretary and executive typist; Miss Clark. third in • administrative assistant and business communications; communications; and Miss I'fford. third in professional, typist. As a group, the CAC club finished first in annual chapter activities report; best chapter scrapbook. most chapter installations, installations, chapter membership, membership, community service project, and most original project. Nine Central students attended attended the day-long conference, which ended With an awards banquet. The CAC club is advised by Julie Bond, business professor. Food Continued from PJUC 1 the Consumer Price Index to be "in some ways a rather encouraging encouraging report." He added, however, there was a "very unwelcome advance in prices overall." But he said he found it encouraging encouraging that all oilier components components of the index but food showed a "rate of advance that was quite moderate" and said he was gratified that the nonfood

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  1. Casa Grande Dispatch,
  2. 20 Apr 1973, Fri,
  3. Page 8

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