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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO CITY DITTY San Diego, Anaheim. Return airfare from Calgary. 7 day 6 accomodation lours. Only per person. Bated on double occupancy For information contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centra Village Mall Phone 328-3201 The LetHbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, April 4, 1973 PAGES 17 to' 32 IETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. lower 7lh Street Shopping Mall Uthbridgo, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 CURRENT STORE HOURS: to Man., Wed. and Frt. Thurt. to Closed Opposition MLA asks gotft about fhot9 penthouse By GREG McINTYRE Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Alberta MLAs got a look at the April issue of Penthouse magazine Tuesday, but were told they will have to wait a while to view the controversial film Last Tango in Paris- Socred George Ho Lem (Calgary McCall) tabled a copy of Penthouse and asked when he might be to buy a copy of the Best seller Happy Hooker in the base- ment cafeteria In the legisla- ture. Attorney-General Merv Leitch said he'd leave it up to Mr. Ho Lem's ingenuity to find himself a copy of the paperback. Incidentally, a spokesman in the clerk's office said the girlie magazine was not the most unusual item tabled in the legislature. A few years back Clarence Copitborne now minister of highways- tabled a cellophane-wrapped hamburger as evidence of the quality of food in the gov- ernment cafeteria. Mr. Ho Lem asked if a fire in the cafeteria earlier in the day might have resulted from "the heat generated by the display of Penthouse and Playboy magazines." The fire resulted in about damage and was quickly extinguished. Speaker Gerry Amerongen said "The chair should" per- haps share some reliable in- formation received this morning that the fire was due to some smouldering embers from last night's de- bate In obvious reference to the police seizure of Penthouse from magazine racks in Ed- monton recently, Mr. Ho Lem asked if the legislature building was a proper place for the sate of "such publica- tions-" The attorney general re- plied "you bought it." Charlie Drain er Creek Crowsnest) asked earlier in the question pe- riod if the film Last Tango has been submitted to the censor board and if it meets current criteria of taste used by the board. Culture, Youth and Recre- ation Minister Horst Schmid answered "Last Tango has not been submitted and is not expected in Canada for some time." Recently Mr. Drain asked whether A Clockwork Orange film banned in Alberta last year is to be permit- ted here. Mr. Schmid said the censor board would en- tertain an appeal, but the film distributors have not ap- pealed. A legislative committee last year recommended abol- ition of the censor board which has the authority to ban and put in its place a system of classification of films. However, Mr. Schmid has said the government does not intend immediate action on .the censorship committee re- port- Cattle removed from river Three dead cows which had been lying in the St. Mary River for at least three weeks, have been removed by their owner, The Herald has been told. Earl Scott of Cardston, own- er of the cattle, said he re- moved the dead animals Fri- day night. Dr. Kurt Adler, medical health officer for the Chinook Health Unit, told The Herald Friday that legal action would be taken if Mr. Scott didn't get the cattle out within 24 hours. Mr. Scott had been warned a week earlier, Dr. Adler said. Mr. Scott said an inspector for the health unit had agreed with him earlier that the cat- tle could not be removed from the river because of the ice conditions. [CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic CK DENTAL LAI MRHCAL DENTAL BIDO. lower Level 327-2822 FOR SALE THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An International Daily Newspaper At The CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Corner 12th St. 4th Ave. S. Open 12 Noon to 2 p.m. TUM., Thun.and Sat. EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND LEGAL HOLIDAYS Social studies fair at Wilson The third annual social stu- dies project fair sponsored by the Southern Alberta Regional Social Studies Council will be held at Wilson Junior High School Saturday and Sunday. Some 32 entries from stu- ents in Grades 1-12 will be on display from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. both days. For try first time parents and other viewers will be given ballots to vote for the overall winner. EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEl SHOE REPAIR 317 7th STREET SOUTH SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, APRIL 5th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Lovely light wood bedroom with triple dresser, chest of drawers and bookcase bestead: Chrome table and 6 chairs; Chrome table and 4 chairs; Dark brown 3 piece sectional chesterfield: Vanity and basin; Good selection of TVs: FYigidaire fridge: Good Kenmore waster-spin dryer; ConipeUe beds; Radio record player; Old rocking chair: Lovely coffee table with notching end table and step la We: Spinning wheel; 3 trunks: Tappan built counter top and range oven; Gas and electric ranges: Large gar- den tractor and attachments: Utility Wood rocker; Magazine racks: Good selection of bicycles: ChestcrCdds and chairs; Insulation; Windows: WaJer healer; Large oil heater: Honda 50 motorbike; Tea wagon. 2 dryers; Rolotiller: Gas mowers: Golf clubs and bag; Ironing board; Exerciser; Wood chairs; TV stand; Sump pump; Sroail crib; Drill and press; Gas welding outfit; 4 trailer sinks: Stroller; Air cooler; Record player; Suitcases; Lamps; 3d rack; TV stand; Toys; Dishes; Tap and die net- SPECIALS ISfifr-RAMBLER STATION WAGON FIBREGIASS BODIES FOR DUNE BUGGIES UTILITY TRAILER OLD BUGGY OLD CUTTER (SLEIGH) KW fURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-470S 1920 2nd AVE. S. lETHMTDGt AUCTIONEERS TED NEWIY KEITH IRDMANN Ik. 41 Ik. MUSIC FESTIVAL Officials hope rural entrants will show Wins praise 'cellist Perry Foster By MAUREEN JAMIESON Herald Family Editor Absentees were fewer among entrants at the Leth- bridge and District Ewanis Music Festival Tuesday, mainly because fewer dis- trict schools were involved in yesterday's program. "Monday morning was a grim said festival com- mittee secretary Marge Mc- Laughlin, "but I think the others will be coming in whea a larger number of district entries are scheduled. Contestants who distin- guished themselves Tuesday with outstanding marks in- clude dramatic soprano Wendy Burrows, who scored 89 and 87 in one of the top classes in the syllabus; pi- anists Irene JQassen and Ed Gnandt, and a Grade 9 stu- dent from Wilson Junior High, vocalist Marlin Howg. John S. Bach of Calgary, adjudicating the string sec- tion, said the standard in Lethbridge "was very good the 'cellist and one violinist." Laurie Pumagalli, violinist from Bellevue, "is very good he said. "Everybody just perked up when she opened up her 'Cellist "Perry Foster is exceptional. He got two 90s and an 88. "I think this young 'cellist should go a long way, if he continues with his studies. He's very gifted. "He's got good said Mr. Bach, "and good techni- que and a good sense of rhythm. He's got everything going for him." Mr. Bach, who was princi- pal violinist with the Calgary Philharmonic for eight years, is a direct descendant of the immortal Johann Sebastian himself. Day 4 at the music festival THURSDAY note all times are approximate. Yates Memorial Centre Morning 9, piano solo, 10 yrs. and under; 10, piano solo, 9 yrs. and under. Afternoon concert band. Grade 1, 9-10, school recorder chorus, Grades 4, 5 and-or 6 (des- (b) school recordar chorus, Grades 4, 5 and-or 6 (recorders school recorder chorus. Grades 4. 5 and-or 6 (recorders and other chamber music. special beginners class; chamber music, 18 yrs. and under. Evening concert band 5: concert band. Grade 3; woodwind en- sembles, small (2-6 players) senior. stage band, sen- ior; concert band, Grade 4. Yates Memorial Centre Morning 9. boys' vocal solo, 10 yrs; (a) cho5r boys' solo, unchanged voices, (b) girls' vocal solo, 6-7 yrs.: girls' folk song solo, 10 yrs. and undo1; (a) boys BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. Open Thurs.. Fri. till 9 p.m. E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Lclh.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental Phone 327-456S folk song solo, 10 yrs. and un- der (b) girls' folk song solo, 12 yrs. and under. Paramount Theatre Morning 9, school chorus, Grade 2; elementary folk song, Grades 4-6; school chorus, selected voices, Grades 4-6 school chorus, Grade 7. Afternoon folk song chorus, Grades 4-6; folk song chorus. Grades 4-6 (three 2, folk song chorus, Grades 4-6 school chorus, Grade 5; schcol chorus, Grade 3: school chorus, Grade 9. Sputhminster Hal] Morning 9, lyric poetry, 11 yrs. and under; (a) lyric poetry, 15 yrs. and under, (b) Canadian poetry, 13 yrs. and under; Ca- nadian poetry, 15 yrs. and under; (a) duologues, 12 yrs. and under, (b) duolo- gues, 15 yrs. and under, (c) solo mime, 12 yrs. and under. Afternoon piano solo. 8 yrs. and under; sonatina, 10 yrs. and under: 3, sonatina, 11 yrs. and under; piano solo, 13 yrs. and under. Evening (a) fami- ly music, (b) boys' folk song solo, 16 yrs. and under, (c) folk ballad solo, 16 yrs. acd under, (dl girls' vocal solo, 17 yrs. and under: (a) mezzo soprano, 21 yrs. and under, (b) oratorio solo. female, open, (c) contral- to. 21 yrs. and under; (a) Haling art song, open, (b) operatic solo. open. S. Angnstinc's Hall Morning 9, boys' school vocal. Grade 6: boys' school vocal, Grade 1. Afternoon (a) ac- cordion stradella, 8 yrs. and under, (b) accordion strad- ella, 9 yrs. and under, (c) accordion stradella-, 10 yrs. and under, (d) accordion stra- della, 11 yrs. and under, (e) accordion stradella, 13 yrs. and under; accordion free bass, 10 yrs. and under; (a) special accordion, 12 yrs. and under, (b) spe- cial accordion, 10 yrs. and under. Evening (a) sonnet sequence, senior, (b) solo scenes, Shakespeare, 15 yrs. and under; solo scenes, Shakespeare, 18 yrs. and under; dramatic poe- try, 17 yrs. and under; (a) solo scenes (excluding Shakespeare) 18 yrs. and under, (b) solo scenes (ex- cluding Shakespeare) open. Power plant talks to resume next week Holiday Village Home of Holiday Inn and Canada Winter Games 75 limited office space available in mafl and an first floor Contact Holiday Village Business Office vr Phone 328-4045 A meeting between officials of Calgary Power and the city has been scheduled for Lethbridge April 10 to discuss the future electric power sup- ply to the city. Neither Calgary Power nor city spokesmen would elabor- ate on the meeting. Representing the city will be a negotiating committee composed of City Manager Tom Nutting, Utilities Direc- tor Oh" 72rdos and sldermen Vaughan Hembroff, Vera Fer- guson and Steve Kotch. It is expected the meeting will involve discussions con- cerning the possible sale of the city's power plant to Cal- gary Power. Man killed near Brooks An unidentified Southern Alberta man is dead follow- ing a two car collision Tues- day. 33 miles northwest of Brooks, on Highway 36. The dead man was the driver of a southbound car which attempted Jo pass an- other southbound vehicle which was beginning a left turn onto an access road. No olher anjary has been reported as a re-frit of the accident Ace o r d i n g to RCMP, Coroner Dr. John- O'Cafiaghan will not ordter an inquest, and an autopsy will not be performed. No further details bwra been released. The meeting is about a month later than earlier scheduled. Calgary Power was waiting on a report on the city's power plant prepared by Montreal Engineering. The report has been received and has been studied. It is not known if Calgary Power will be making the city a firm offer for the plant. Hop to it! Send the FID Brighten Easter for someone special by sending HappyNest Call or visit ts today, and-weUt arrange for your HappyNest to be on its way. MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Phone 327-1515 This was his first Leth- bridge adjudication, although he has assessed students in Taber, Medicine Hat, Edmon- ton, Banff, Regina and other centres. Lethbridge students "sure do compare favorably with other he said. "They've got very good teachers here, and a very good standard. "I've enjoyed myself here very much, and I've heard some very good playing to- day." "I like to encourage these youngsters." Mr. Bach ex- plained, "because we need them for the future." Improved brands fight rustling Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON The Alber- ta government is fighting cattle rustling with improved brand inspection, the minis- ter of agriculture told the legislature Tuesday. Replying to Ralph Soren- soa (SC Sedgewick Cor- onation) who asked what the government is doing about livestock thefts, Hugh Homer said "We've made a number of changes in brand inspec- tion and investigative ser- vices of the department and we intend to continue that upgrading procedure to try and keep rustling under con- trol." However, Dr. Homer add- ed "Whether or not it will become completely under control I have some doubt." The number of epplica- tions for brands is about double in the past year, said the minister. Proper brand- ing makes it easier for the RCMP to find stolen ani- mals. A spokesman In the agri- culture department said it is impossible to say whether rustling has increased over last year. Horse meat not sold in Lethbridge stores Potential horse meat custom- ers have to go outside Leth- bridge to find out if their pal- ates will accept the sweet fla- vor of the mustang. Horsemeat is not sold in the city for human consumption, at least not as far as meat inspec- tors and the city's health in- spector are concerned. It isn't even slaughtered here. Dr. A. A. Byrne, medical health officer at the Lethbridge 'Health Unit, says "If it is being sold here, we'd have certainly heard about it." His office has not come across any horse meat displayed on local meat counters. Dr. Kenneth Graham, vet- erinarian for the Canada De- partment of Agriculture, health of animals division, told The Herald horse meat can only be sold at a counter where no other kind of meat is sold and that an exclusive horse meat store does not exist in Leth- bridge. A plant in Edmonton slaugh- ters horses for human consump- tion, Dr. Graham said, but that meat is all exported. A spokesman for City Pack- ers, local custom meat cutters, said that company has had no requests to slaughter horses, for human consumption or otherwise, and wouldn't slaughter a horse even if a re- quest to do so was made. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Sthwarti Bldg. 222 5ih SI. S. Phone 328-4095 Super Special SUPER HEALTH COMBINATION DEEP FRYER and DUTCH OVEN Completely Jmmertible for easy cleaning. Cast alumi- num conducts heat evenly and quickly. Heavy gauge wiil not warp or bucStU. Element cast in pan not brazed on bottom. Assures trouble free performance. Regular 18.95. SUPER SPECIAL Call Housewares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN llfs Camm's for Service, Quality, and Personalized Fittings in all Departments carry only nationally advertised brand name shoes our specialists are trained in the pro- per filling. "Sue" by Air Step Exactly pirtured in Shadow Beige Crinkle PofenJ. Ideal compliment .your spring ond easier wardrobe. 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