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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE UTHMIOW HHIAIB ttfWoy, April II, Dutch Liberation Ceremony Planned the liberation of Holland by Ca- nadian forces in May IMS will be sponsored by the DutehXia- parfiM Committee bridge May 4, p.m. Civic and of Leth- pants will nuErch from tht oty hall to the cenotaph ia Gait Gardens where a memorial ser- vice will be conducted. Father P. B. Verhagen, of High River, a former member of the Dutch resistance move- ment will address the gather- ing. During the service fresb flovrers witt be presented to a Silver Cross mother, a selected veteran, to Deane Gundlock, Lettxidge HP and Mayor An- dy Anderson representing the city of Lethbridge and the prov- nce. At the dose of the cnemony a special inter deoominatkna] service of thanksgiving will h' tow in Southminster Church. Takng part wiD be Joseph Greene, who win read Bible chapters from Lamentations cue with the penecu- ______Europe in The Second World War, Key. Verhagen, wffl recall the days of the occu- pation and liberation, and Rev. D. wbo win give dedicatory address, Freedom What? The evening win conclude with prayers of thanksgiv; and the singing of the ribem of both lounuj In eonjunctxc with Operation Tbank You Canada sponsored by OK Dutch Canadian com- munity to honor Canada for Hi sacrifices in the liberation of the Netherlands is 1M5, a num- ber of projects have been plao- xL A aajar is under way to raise funds for a 000 concert organ to be present- ed on behalf of the Dutch-Cana- dian committee to the Arts Centre, in Ottawa as a gift of gratitude to the Candian peo- ple. The blanch of been committed to southern Alwrta has as its contributioo to this Council News In Nutshell Getkalc BE Ltd. of Lethbridge was awarded a tender for of the No. Z Fire- ML Doe the location .the hall at 5th Are. and atk St N., dose la the industrial park with many "high value" 6re ruk buildings, the hall wiS imodale three bays for Construe- stage required before work started on the second. equipment storage, including an aerial ladder. The initial debenture of was issued Nov. 3, UM.and the old ball was aold Marathon Real- ty for with the city to be off the premises by July IS, 1970. High bid for the construc- tion was Gillett Construction LM. with a tender of iUtJS. The city win service toe Mast Land Securities holdings hi the Chirenffl City council Monday piymi of a pact to the TM> Clefs far their trb> to Expo in Osaka, Japan, so they could meat a payment deadiac set by their travel agent a letter to council, M. Jobmoa said the group win advertise the worth of Lethhridfe and the confi- dence the people of the city OatYC ID UK The Playgoers of Lcthbridge request for a f grant to- ward expenses for the trip to the Dominion Drama Festival Music Festival Opens Friday The Alexander Catt Clutter of lut Imperial Onto Daugh- ters of the Empire is to award a special aehalanbk> speech rlamri featuring Char- la prow at the LeoV hridee ant District FesBwl. HaroM Zabrack SL Lous, composer, Maori pianist and teacher. A previous adjudicator at ies- in Wi sub- division between art SL and ath St. N. and Uth Aye. and 14th Are. N. ta'two stages of Ms each. The devekner Win pay-tile city for instanaooo of UK aervices at. per front foot, with payment for the first Tariffing, Exciting' Concert By Norman Luboft Choir more gatlifffd. was tabled until could be Council wanted a of the amount of money needed by the group, as is its customary practice. Council okayed a request by the Downtown Businessmen's Association for street blockage on ttfai St S. from 3rd Ave. to 3th Ave. from midnight June 4 to midnight June'6 for a boat and trailer show. There win be music and live entertainment the afternoon and evening of June Stt and 6th, with com- missionaires to patrol the area. Another proposal by me Leth- bridge Downtown Business- men's Association, for imple- HAROLD ZABRACK The three Dickens'dastat are Hittf bdd ui conxottaoftiXK, of the Utth birndav of the British author. The festival opens Friday at tar Lstttridsje eotres and wffl staasas in speech, (tatar, orgaa, choral and vocal, accordion, school classes, .strings, piano, and band sad Spring Has Sprung ..ALeak By HENRY. WAACK It has been a long time since musical program in Leth-ridge evoked such genuine enthusiasm as did performance Monday night y the Norman Luboff Choir. The choir played to a packed oast at the Yates Memorial !entre in the final concert of ic current Overture Concert cries season. The cbpir comprises about 25 nembers but bow they They gave us a ttrttKng and tremendously exciting per-Mr. Luboff conducts with a minimum of gesture; some-tiirfs a raised finger or ao eyebrow is all that is needed. The group is a marvellous example of precision and finesse. It achieved an excellent Wend, frequently almost iistrumenUl in character. The program's first halt consisted of sacred sod while Ae second fea-ured Mr. Luboff's arrange-nents of folk songs, popular, nekxbes and spirituaie. The exhilarating rnol portion as given solid backing, by the excellent piano accompanist ackson Berkey, with guoarist ark Bradshzw and percusston-st Greg Janua. O Vos Omnes by Casak was one of the hjgbogbts of me rst group, as was the African ass by Norman Luboff. This generated great excitement without ksng its stgDsficanee. The most unusual offering was the Geographical Fugue by K composer, Ernst 'och. Tims was a very compli-ated play on words, written without melody. It had to be beard to be beneved: The wooderfuSy lunorous Augme Smg by of a two hour j" xjoor system of parking for _ Mnrdays or free parking aU Jay' Saturday, was referred to lot city manager and the city solicitor for further study. A letter from me Alberta de- _ >arbnent of agriculture con- T ceming the new Agricultural Chemicals Act was referred to B the city manager. Under the ho new regulations the' pesticides mi aHrin, BHC, chlordane, DDT, at oseMrin, endrm, heptachlor, Imdane, toxaphene, or any combination, are restricted and th may be used only for purposes po that meet me requirements of gr the Pest Control Products Act and me Food and Drugs Act. It cp also calls for the appointment ta of a sufficient number of in- ai spectors to carry out me act _ The contract or of s Environment Por Home Ani St Patrick's Home and School Association wffl meet m he school April 28, at p.m. The general topic, The Future for Our win be introduced by rather J. A. Carroll, ptntor of i Patrick's Rpmtn Catholic Church, speaking on The Earth a Trust from God. Taking part in the program RiB be Dr. Paid Lewis, tant professor of bioiogy, Uni-rerssty. of Lethbridge who wffl speak on DDT and Its Relationship to the- Environment. Professor Keith Parry, Theme i School Meet tant professor of sociology and anthropology, U of U wiD speak on Consequences, of Eo-vrameotal Abuse on Family IA! SodaJ Structure." There mil be a presentatsDn of the Grade 6 environment project by Ronald Tratch, teacher. Letfabridge Alderman Joe Balk will deems the mna-kipal measures undertaken to protect Lethbridge environment The evening win conclude with a film presented by Paul Nezda, educational media, Uui venity of beautifully modulated and wistrat Aftonen were also features of the firstjalf. Fouowmg the intennisssOA we leard the Rock Cantata, the Creation, supported by the driv-ng rbyUaii sectiou. Thn rato-er lengthy work swung with A very generous offering of be tasteful Luboff arrange-lava Naguah, the pWntive Ca-nadisn folk song The Fountain, WnisOe While You Work, he vivacious- I Att' Com Study and a very touching performance of Balm in GUead. The enlnnsiastic aodieoce was vory .reluctant to see the rfaoir go. So after obliging with fae Happy Wanderer, Wade in the Water and Perpetual me choir de-JarUri to a standing ovation. The acoustics in the Yates are good, but it interesting to note that me cboir also used its own acoustical 10th Ave. and 4m St. S. .stern: sewer outfall was awarded to Cunningham and Shannon Ltd. for which was tower than me highest bid. The job calls for tunnelling, and and has experts on staff. The company has done work for the city before, A tender from Beny Chevrokt-Oldsmobile Ltd. for five trucks was accepted by coral. In all five eases, the Beny tender was the lowest, by nearly of the three companies submitting tenders on all tba vehicles. Ringland, Meredith Insurance Ltd. (Guardian Assurance Company Ltd.) was awarded a tender to supply city reticle insurance May 1, 1970 to April 36, 1971. Hunt Agencies Ltd., at was the highest of the other three firms submitting fenders. THIS IS CHAMBH Of COMMHCE WBK DID YOU KNOW? i THtrt during ttw '69-70 wosen the of Had good repreMntatrOn al Alberto Chamber of Annual mctfing with tht Provincial Cabinet In Edmonton Had representation at a labor Seminar sponiortd by ttM Government in Edmonton 0 Had good at Canadian Chamber of Commtru Annual Mwiing in Halifax. Again hotted Annual Highways mMtlng with the Honorable Gordon E. Taylor, and representatives of tht surroy nd ing of commerce and members from towns and villages without chambers of commerce. SUPPORT YOUR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BE AN ACTIVE .Chemical! Reported In 1 There Is no evidence of anj chemical poUntion m.Hender son Lake, according to Gordot Haugen, regwoal fisberies biol ogisl at Lethbridge. He was commenting on re ports that some fragerling [enderson bad been found dead in the lake. Mr. Haugen said there are no i fingerting trout in Henderson at naent. The lake was stocked ast year with rainbows, but these are now all 10 inches or t longer, It would seem spring has sprung a leak. In the past 14 hours, areas ht southern Alberta including Letbbridge have received ap- proximately .15 of an inch of moisture of which .03 was rim, the rest snow. For a change, the weather is blowing in from 'a large low pressure originating of the border ia North Dakota and Iowa. There is no improvement in store according to the weath- erman who predicts cloudy skies with ram and snow jbowers continuing today aad tomorrow. y High temperature for today in Medicine Hat and Letfa- bridge was forecast at 45. The tow tonigbt, 30. April 21 last year reached t high of 77! Honor Given Former resident Thomas Lee Morscheck, fcrnv ;fy of Lethbridge, has bounced for academic perfa manee m the 1969 fall LeTonmean Long view, Texas. Mr. Morscheck qualified for the honors with a 3.6 point average of grade pouita for the He is a Bibte major at the cpflegf, -a four-year tiooal. school of liberal ar is the son of Rev. Mrs. Duane Morscheck, 533 ICtfa St, S., Lethbridge. About entries have been received for the eight-day festi- val, to conclude May t Adjudicator far speech will be Florence Aymong a tronto, a speech and drama acher who also presided the festival in Piano adjudicator Us year fouth Missing City, police are or a 14-year-old Motel Group To Protest Proposal The VUet Association of A! berta wffl ask Ray Ratzlaff, Alberta mWster of industry and tourism, to withdraw bis recent proposal to enlarge the als is Sp'okaae Vfcv eouver, Mr. Zanraek hta had several works eaBnwritato, adudint a eaaearte sy St. Louis Tjaqiaasn and been in rasideace at .acDc-.refl Colony Hmt adjudicates W nt the festival, which i ponsorsiip of the Kiwaw CU> Lethbridge. of toorist gera. The propaul would require Ae managers to promote industrial development, in addi- Bon to tosff regular tounst searchm; Lethbridge with reported missing from its home. AJex Semak, son of Mrs. onie Semak of 503 ast St'. N. was last seen wearing a brown coat, blue pants, Mack shoes, brown shirt and brown sweater. He is five feet tan, weigh 00 pounds, is of medium com- plexion wimloof blonde hah- The MAA, at recent so- anal meetjec, aho decided to request the piovipce to appoin a second deputy minister t look after giowuig touns industry. A special request win be made to the Alberta Govern- ment Travel Bureau to make publication, Alberta, Can- ada's Princess Province, avail- able for resale k> the public a nominal fee. TV boy is a Grade 7 student who speaks both good English and Ukrainian. Anyone having any iaforma- on as to the whereabouts of Om youth is asked to contact city police. Htohft Increase The Lethbridge Health Un his year has budgeted expend urea of SI (or dental aervices Fuel Costs During the first three months of 1970 me Lethbridge Munici- pal Hospital j spent less for fori thai it did in 1963 This reduction is attributed to the cold winter Lethbridge ex- perienced last year. In mo, was speat for fuel and in HOSPrTAL COSTS Operation of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital during the first quarter of 1S70 cost (IK Ins than last year. ant for other health ser rices. Lethbridge taxpayers are requisitioned 1.4 mills taxation or as its con rflwbon to tic expenditures Last vear Lethbridge taxpayers contributed 1.2 mills or The increase for public heal services this year is two-tenths of a mill or Debenture Bylaw A debenture by-law for f 74 000 for highway extensions the city and one for f impiovfriifnts and reoovatio were approved by city coupe Another by-law approved w require trailer court tenants pay for electrical tioos and to pay their utilitj accounts monthly every, two. months past" instead as in ilerry Widow )pcning AtYates The Ceatnl Hlgi) School production of Tht Marry 'idow opens tonight at I 'dock in the, first af a night run at the Yates Me- morial Centre. The operetta, featuring Grsda student Betty Kobdaes in title role, is prodoced sod directed by Maureen Meffiag and has a cast of students. Tlie third annual pro- duction by CCHS, the show has musical direction by Sister Harv Guthro, phis sets sod eos- designed by Lethbridga artist Cathy Erins. The work, an updated versfaa of the popular Fran Lebar Wt, eabires snch favorite soaga as me Merry Widow'Walk, Vina and I'm Going to MaxhM's. The entire school students, teachers and admrnHtrativa staff have been involved hi ;he operetta, with parents giv- ing a helping hand ia the mak- g of .costumes. Choreography is by Cathy heJpteji a member of' the CCHS secretarial staff. Curtain times for the show will be S for tonight's and W e d n e s day's performances and for Thursday's. Tickets win be available at the Yates box office prior to the shows. A dress rehearsal, which was held Sunday at UK Yates, play-, ed to a more-thaiKanaeity stn- dect audience. Grain Quota The Canadian wheat board baa announced a two-bushe! gram delivery, ojaatft, affavuia tt SALMON nmtmnoirt ire. It is planned that another MO rainbow yearlings win be stocked in Henderson next week. Mr. Haugen noted that an. glers at Henderson Sunday were having good hick, and the aduk rainbows appeared to be 31 good shape. Henderson has i sizeable minnow population and it is fett ihat some dead minnows may have been seen in the lake. 'itese couM have come from a variety of sources, including someone fishing with minnows (it's illegal) and then throwing the minnows into the lake after tithing was over. Lower Mill Rote Property owners in Leth- bridge will be paying on only M mills of taxation this year compared with mills last year but inert-wed charges for sewage and other items will negate any (ax savingi for the majority of residents, Four Involved city spent bet year In salaries for parking scrutineers and h budgeting for an expenditure of this yeaf. Four men are in- a word to the wise It happens to most of ns, sometime... we check i and double-check our income tax return before mailing it in... and then a week or so later we realize we've forgotten, to inclnde something im- portant The thing to remember is that while income tax returns are mailed to Ottawa, your enquiries, phone calls or letters are handled by the district taxation oflSces. Forgot to send in a T4 slip or receipt Mail it to your district taxation office, with a brief note gjvmg your name, address, S.T.N, number and Taxation account number, if powible. Realize you have made a sizeable error that should be corrected? Same yonr district taxation office. Please do not file a second return. You've received your assessment notice already and don't agree with it Write yerar district taxation office or phone for an appointment to cuss the problem. You'll find us very approcdabii, need help? NATIONAL KEVENM Th. Hon. jMn-mn CM, use our guide.- (oro-ri ;