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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta HMALD-tl raised for Lehto Dam PICTURE BUTTE The Picture Fish and' Game Association recently Auctioned donated merchandise and raised about for the club's Lento Dam project. The dam Is now filled with water. Trout will be planted soon. A new roadway is planned. Trees will be planted by club members and interested citizens next month. The club will hold a fishing derby and predator hunt soon, the date to be announced. Club president Dr. Joe Takahashi presented crests to last year's trophy winners. Joe Mrak, Bill Vogt and Ted Sobcuk received Alberta Pish and Game Association crests for selling memberships. Blairmore approves i contract with CUPE BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Town council has approved an agreement with the Canadian Union of Public Employees on wages for 14 town employees that is expected to cost the town about ?22.000 over a one-year period. "Nobody wants to go for a two-year contract any said Mayor Ernie Fantin. "They want a one-year contract with the rising cost of living or else provision they can open a longer contract at any time (for Casual office help was not in the former contract but now receives per hour. The assistant foreman's wages were boosted from to per hour. Casual laborers, machine operators one and two, electricians and supervisory help all received increases. The Herald- District Milk River Tory eying nomination Bogle of Milk River has announced he 'will seek the Progressive Conservative Party nomination in the Taber-Warner constituency. He will seek to enter next provincial race at a meeting Calgary ponders annexation CALGARY (CP) An annexation proposal which would almost double the city's area, has been released by the planning department. The plan would extend boundaries to the northwest, southeast and south by 105 square miles, expanding the city's area to 259 square miles. The proposal, to be discussed by city council's operations and development committee next week, said annexation to the northwest would provide good access to downtown and industrial areas, reasonable utility rates .and ensure comprehensive development. Annexation to the south and southeast would allow for expanded ..rail service and ensure adequate road access for industry in the area. The Sarcee Indian Reserve prevents city expansion into areas' southwest of existing boundaries. to be called in late June or October. About 50 people attended the recent Progressive Conservative annual meeting here. Earl Foxall was re-elected constituency association president. Other officers: John Moreland, Mutt Tsukishima and Fred Morris, vice presidents, and Lorene Harrison, secretary treasurer. Provincial Lands and Forests Minister Dr. Allan A. Warrack addressed the meeting. Place name lectures offered Lectures on Indian and immigrant influences on place names in Alberta and the heritage of peaks in the Rocky Mountains will be part of a University of Lethbridge non- credit course offered in Milk River, Cardston and Claresholm later this spring. E. G. Mardon, author of a recent book "Community Names in will instruct the courses, which will be held in three sessions. The course will be offered in Milk River on three Wednesdays beginning April 10, Cardston on three Thursdays beginning May 2 and in Claresholm Thursdays beginning May 23. Fees for the course are for adults and for students and senior citizens. Crowsnest Pass Bureau VERNON OECOUX, Itap., IMnnerw-PheM Report your news to The Lethbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TUflNBULL..........................855-2332 IRON SPRINGS MRS. E. G, SOWQAHD LOMOND MRS. LEONARD CHASE........................ 792-3864 MAGRATH MRS. DOUG MARKER............................... 758-6SSS MEDICINE HAT MEDICINE HAT NEWS 527-1101 MILK RIVER GLENN Fringe benefits were unchanged. The employees will receive one civic holiday and sick leave accumulation was increased fi'om V'i to days a month. r Henry Ireland has been elected president of the Blairmore Lions Club. Other officers Hansen, vice-president; Don Reil, secretary; Larry Pizzey, treasurer, and directors Vern Decoux, Roy Paul and Jim Willoughby. Tailtwister is Ted Dezall and Jerry Lonsbury is the Lion tamer. Installation night will be announced. Vern Decoux has been named exalted ruler of the Blairmore Elks Lodge, succeeding Marx Gryschuk. The installation will be held in May. Other officers are: Leading knight Albert. Stella; loyal knight Del Hereford; lecturing knight Tom Urano; chaplain Dr. John Irwin; secretary Mel Giacomuzzi; treasurer Harold MacPhail; publicity director Vern Decoux; inner guard Aldo Vanoni; tyler Len Cote, and trustees, Tony Vejprava, Alex McKay and Clarke Bradley. Library chairman named PICTURE BUTTE'- Mildred Olson has been named the Picture Butte Municipals Library board. Other officers are: Susan Lee, recording secretary; Asta Hage, financial secretary, and Harry Watson, town council representative. Bill Dalgleish was presented with a gift of appreciation for his- work as chairman of the board for the last six years. The RCMP has presented the library with The Pictorial History of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police by C.W. Horrall, RCMP historian, and RCMP Centennial, 1873-1873. The provincial government grant of was received. Early spring arrivals Whistler swans passed through South Alberta this week on'heir way to summer nesting grounds. BILL GHOENEN photo A l ike festival Mark of 96 awarded sonata The highest mark yet awarded during trie 44th annual Lethbridge and District KiWanis Music Kestival, a 96, was received Thursday by Margaret Foster, Kddie Gnandt and Patricia O'Connell, for their instrumental sonata for the 19 years 'and under class at the evening sessions. The closest competitors were the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Green Band directed by Jerry I'nkarney. which received a mark of 94: closely followed by the Magrath Jr. and Sr. High School Band and the LCI Stage Band and the Dulcet Players of Lethbridge with marks of 92. Band classes received the highest adjudications throughout the evening, as did the 'duolouges and contemporary poetry classes. The following results are'for' all Thursday sessions, i competitors are from I-i'thbridge unless i otherwise (JIHI.S' VOCAL. Grade 7: l.iiKJa Hcsseling. Wiison Jr. High, 84: Mary Purkrll. SI. Mary's CIRI.S' KOLK SONG. 14 years and under: Karen Cutler. Claresholm. 81: Dark-nr Murray. 78. HOYS' SCIKKII, VOCAL. Grade 4: Scnll Maxwell. Lakeview. 86: Christopher Aasen. K'eelwood Hiiwilrn. -GIKLS' KOLK SONG: 16 years and under: Martin. 86: Pat Alexander. 80. SCHOOL CHORUS. SKLECTED VOICKS. Grades 10-12: W. K. Myers Ilitfh School Choir. Taber, 86. 88 GIHI.S1 SCHOOL CHORUS, Grades 10-12: Winston Churchill Girls' Chorus. 85. 82: W. H. Myers High School Girls' Chorus. 85. 84. KOLK KONG.CHORUS. Grades 7 to 9: Happy Wanders. R. I. Baker, roaldalv. 88-. Hamilton Jr.-High. 86. KOLK SONG CHORUS. 13 years and under: Southminster Jr. Girls' Choir. 88. KOLK SONG CHORUS, Grades 10- 12 W. II. Myers High School Chorus. Taber. 87. CONTKMI'ORAHY KOLK SONG CHORUS: Winston Churchill High School. H6. SCHOOL CHORUS. SELECTED VOICKS.- Grades 7-9: Happy Wanders. H. I. Huker. Coaltlale 84, 82. KOLK SONG CHORUS. Grades 7-9: SI. Joseph's. Coaldale. 83. GROUP PIANO. 1st year: Diane KiiiTWk. Kelly Robertson. 81. SPECIAL PIANO SOLO. 2 years sludy: Twila Konyncnbelt. 84: Patti- -Siiintcn. 80 .'SPECIAL GROUP.PIANO DUET. 2 years study: Mary Lynn and Lorraine Lmdrv. 84: Linda Besseling. Margaret Tokariuk. 8.1. SPECIAL PIANO DUET, no age limit: Margaret Kemeri. Lorraine Hoessenkool. 82. PIANO TRIO.'12 years and under Brian Hrown. Krank Keincri. Charles Landry. 82. PIANO SOLO. 9 years and under: Takfda. Coaldale. 86: Kevin Willms. Grassy BACH PIANO. 12 years and under: Ruxanne Van Wyk. Bellevue. 87. KLUTE E: Pat.llelwig. 84; Louise Hunt. 82. KLUTE D: Nola Dahl. Magralh. 89: Jane Kthcringlcm. 88. KLUTE C: Susan Koster. 93. KLUTE A: Patricia O'Connell. 89. KHENCH HORN A: Christopher Ncedham. 92. INSTRUMENTAL CONTEMI'ORAHY SOLO, 19 years and under: Christopher Needham. 91. INSTRUMENTAL CONCERTO. 19 years and under: Margaret Koster. 97: I'alricia O'Connell. 90. LYRIC POETRY. 8 years and under: Rudell Hall. 86: Karen Krislianson. 84. DRAMATIC: POETRY, lovearsand U of L honors 40 athletes Forty University of Lethbridge students, many of them Southern Alberta residents. Friday were honored for achievement in sports, at the U of L Athletic Awards Night. The awards night recognized students' achievements in curling, basketball, hockey, wrestling, volleyball and judo during their 1973-74 semesters at the U of L. Winning awards in curling were Judith Walker from Manitoba, Peggy Morkin of Claresholm and Brian MacDonald of Lethbridge; judo award winners were Greg Wheeler, Phil Illingworth and Allan Bailey, all of Lethbridge. High achievers in men's basketball were Larry Baker Montana brief of Medicine Hat, Roger Baldry, Jack Chymboryck and Peter Sikora of Lethbridge, Dan Court of Raymond, Max Zaugg of Sterling, Lauren Edlund of Burdett, Tom Raffeiner and Phil Letham, both, from British Columbia. Winning awards for women's basketball were Kathy Bardgett of Cremona, Laura Lee Edlund of Burdett and Sandra Knight, Lorell Lilja and Pat Schandor, all of Lethbridge. Men's volleyball award winners were Wayne Street of Foremost, Kim Scott of Nanton, Dan Gordon of Fort McMurray and Frank Merkl, Ken Gfegus, Eugene Yamada and Ray Romses, all of Lethbridge. Honored for achievement in women's volleyball were Sue Collar and Janie Schwindt of Fort MacLeod, Janie Ach'tymichuk of Fort Saskatchewan, Cathy Halase of Calgary, Carol Ririe of Magrath, and Sharon Giduk of Lethbridge. Hockey players awarded recognition for their performance were Rod Morrice, Duane Johnson and Wally Tunow, of Lethbridge; Guy Smith of Medicine Hat, Alvaro Zanolli of Taber, Wayne Kist and Mike Weisgerber, both from Saskatchewan. The sole wrestling award winner was Barry Lust of Lethbridge. under: Tyler Mandin. 88: Sandra Kamiloino. Raymond. 86: Robin l.iltle. Wi. SCHOOL (irade 3: Magib Varga. Ceurge McKillop. 82: I'aula Wikenheiser. (ieorac McKiNup. 81. GIRL'S SCHOOL VOCAL. Grade 8: Ailish Annus. I lain i lion Jr. High. 84: Carmen Uak. Wilson .Jr. High. 83. VOTAL SOUL. 10 years and under: Sherrv Anderson. Raymond. H3; Lisa Troryirmw. 82. HOYS" SOLO. 10 years and under- Robbie Kisher. 82; Robert Wiehe. Tabi-r. 79. HOYS' KOLK SONt; SOLO. 12 years and under: Craig Hiiceda. H5: Barron Mayerhurier. Claresholin. 82. HOYS' KOLK SOLO. H and under: Marlin I'czderir. ClareslioJni. 80. HOYS' SCHOOL CIIOKUS. (Jrades 4 lo Ir Clareslinlin H4 CIULK' SCHOOL CHOUtlS. tirades. 4 lo K. selected voices: Agnes Davidson. H7: Assumption. 85. THADITIONAL KOLK SONG CIIOHIIS. Grade I: George McKillop CONTKMI'OU'AHY KOLK SONG CIIOKUS. Grades 1 to :i: Kleetwood Kawden. W: George McKillop. Wi SCHOOL CIIOKUS. Grade 3. Kleelwood Hawden. 86: Agnes Davidson. H.'1. SCHOOL KKC1TAI. CLASS, division I: KIcelwcNid-liawden. 88. KNGI.ISII C: Ingrid Kva Hose. How 77 CLAHINKT K: Mark- Kaun. 90. Cameron Virginillo. H7. CI.AHINK.T D: Keena Humphries. Taber.'88: Karen Blakie. Ciialdale. 85. INSTHUMKNTAL SONATA. 19 years and under: Margaret ...Kosler. Kddie Ganandl. Patricia O'C'onnell. W. OHOK C: Ingrid Kva Hose. Bow Island. 711. INSTHUMKNTAL SOLO. 19 years and under: Margaret Koster. 94. DKAMATSC TOKTKY. 6 years and under: Kosalie Pilling. 84: David Meurs 83 DKAMATIC i-JJKTKV. 8 years and under: Loona Kramer. 84: Marian Iliirdy. Kaymond. R.'l. DKAMATIC POKTKY. 12 years and under: Cari Vaselcnak. 88; Angela Succomani. 87. Mary Duckctl. 87. MOXAKT SONATA, open: Susan Siemens. 85: Krna Wamsteeker. Diamond City. 75. TWKNTI'KTH CKNTUKY IMPKKSSIONISM. open: Roxannc 8.1: Marvin Dueck. Coaldale.' 78. HACH PARTITAS, senior: Lauries Kumagalli. Ik-llevue. 86. CONCKKT RKCITAL: Kddie Ganandl. Kfi; Glen Kilback. Taber. SACKKD SOLO. 19 years and under: Gay Malaeko. Stirling. 85: Rae Johnson. 84. ITALIAN AI1T SOLO. 16 years and Happiness is NOOK Opening Soon! under: Sharon Orr. 84: Neana Meeks. Raymond. KOLK SONG SOLO, senior: Grace Thicssen. 85. .SOPRANO. 21 years and under: Linda Cole. H4: tJraceThiessen. Ml. 12 years and under: Donald Gibb. (iary Kainilomo. Raymond. 87. Joanne Ririe. Karen Alston. Magralh. CONTEMPORARY ALBERTA POETRY. 1H years and under: Lori Hinman. Cardston. 87: Diane Keclcr. Raymond. H4. SHAKESPEARE SOLO SCENES, open: Sherri McKadden. 88: David Mann. 84. SOLO MIME, open: Sharon llohm. .Spring Coulee. 82. STORY TKLLING. 16 years and under: Diane-Keelcr. Raymond: 8ti. CONTEMPORARY 'ALBERTA POETRY. Sheri MrKadden. 86 CHORUS, no age limit: The Dulcel Players. 92. CHAMBER MUSIC' 14 years and under: Monica Lanh.'im, Koxann Jarkci. Janice Sanfurd. 76 STAGE junior. 16 years and under: MagraUi Jr. Sr. High School Band. 8U. STAGE HAND, senior: LCI Stage Hand. 92. CONCERT HANI) RECITAL. 4 Hatnillon Jr. High: US CONCERT Grade !i; l.CI Green Band. !M: Magralh Jr.-Sr. High School Band. 92. CREATIVE MUSIC, senior: Pokarncv. HO. COMPLETE HOMEOWNERS' INSURANCE AT LOWER RATES HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201-3rdAve.S. Phoiw 328-7777 ABSTAINER'S INSURANCE COMPANY TIM only Company providing automobile and fire imurcncv to GRAIN CORN GROWERS Contracts art now available through Pioneer Grain Company Ltd. for thoM fantwra Intonated in growing grain corn for the 1974 Mason. Contracts will be offered on the following basis: Guaranteed Floor Price of per Bushel Trucking allowance proportional with distance from Lethbridge Final price based on Chicago December futures, plus a premium Delivery to Canadian Govern- ment elevators, Lethbridge. For further Information contact: Alf Thwavn or QaraM Ingram at Grain Co. Ltd. at Tabor. Phono 223-2024 Prison inmate shot, in serious condition or Cl MMnMQ for your District DEER LODGE, Mont. (AP) An inmate at the Montana State Prison was shot in the stomach this week at the prison gymnasium. Curtis Price, 26, was in serious condition after surgery at a Deer Lodge Hospital. Warden Roger Christ, says another inmate reported that a person had entered the gymnasium'just prior to the shooting, and left immediately after. A .22-calibre bullet was lodged in Price's back, and a second operation is to be performed to remove the slug. After the shooting all prisoners were locked in their cells, and a search of the prison was begun to find the weapon involved. The ART STUDIO on FIFTH AVENUE Block WMt ol Library) Presents AN EXHIBITION OF DRAWINGS and PAINTINGS by Joyce and Gary Slipper You are cordially invited to the opening Sunday, Apr II 7th, 1974 CAmEJI1IWI Will IVn ;