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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW IT COSTS NO MORE TO DEAL THROUGH YOUR TRAVEL AGENT FOR ALL TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS? CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIUAGE MALL PHONE 32B-3201 The letHbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lellibridgo, Albcrla, Monday, April 24, 1972 1'AGKS 13 TO 2J NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG 740 4th AVE. S. VETHBRIDGE, ALBEBTA Summer is coming. Be ready wilh a pair ol Preicription Sunglasses. Music festival senior citizens show stuff Any fallacies that music fes- tivals arc strictly for the kids were set straight in Saturday's session of the Lcllihrldgc Ki- warns Music Festival. groups of senior citizens, (he Foremost G r a in p s and Grannies and Golden Mile Ccnlro Choir, look pail in a new category, Community The 17-memhcr Golden iMile group, which lins been or- YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE PIANO DUET, 10 y-ars and under: Michael Scftaalje Slevcn E rick- sen, Lelfibridgcj Lcnanne Habdas .ind Tracy Hdbdas, LoThtridgp. PIANO DUET, 8 years nnd under: Jill and Dianne I r lain, Lclh- bridge. PIANO DUET. I! years and under: Joy and Dick Lelhhndge; A'nrian Pnrkinson and Healhsr Klai- son, Vauxhall. SONANT IN A, 11 and under: Cindy Lee Scpn, FcrEmeslj Joy Sleprt- urc, Lelhbrjrfce. PIANO nuFT, 14 yean and under: Janice Hamillon and- Andersen I rlhbridgc; Palli Tcrrlla and Kalie PccTrlna, LelhtridrjE, tied whh Judy and Peggy Johnsen, Lcln- bridgc, PIANO DUET, H years and under: Lauj-ie Fumagalli and Wyman M.ih, Beffevue; Roxannc Laycccfc ard Car- la Dawn Voung, Lelhbfidge. PIANO SOI O, years and under: Calhy Har. Lelhbrfdgc; Kiiren Oob- ek, Rlnrrirore. PIANO SOLO, 17 years and under: Dsbra Finn, BlalnTiore; Naomi Hoy'' Lelhbrldac. TWENTIETH CENTURY MUSIC, 14 vea'S arid under: Sharon Sam, Ma- cralh; Way man Mali, Qellevue. TWENTIETH CENTURY MUSIC, 17 years and Under: Eddie Gnadl, Lelhbrldge, Deelrmven SonaTa, Open: Jeffrey Caiman, Lethbrldqe. RECORDER CHORUS, Open; The Lclhbrldge. DAND, Grade D: Trio Rivers Hlqh Stnoo! Concert Band lied w11h Wlrv Cnurchlll High School Bond. DANO, Grade 0: Lcfhbridge Colleg- ia's inslltuto Conccrl Band. BAND, Grade A- Senalor Gerhsaw H'Bh School ConcerF Band. SOUTHMIH5TEB HALL GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade 4: Judilh Anderson, Raymond; Barbara. Bridge, Rayniond- GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Gradf 9: ganirxnl for about a year, look lop spot civet; the more recently formed 12-member Ci ramps and Grannies. Uoth groups arc or- ganized and clircctcfl by Muriel Lncu from Foremost. Another firsl on Saturday was Mic awardinfi of the first murk oT 90 Tor this year's session. Seventeen year olrt Lethbrklge piatiisl Jeffrey Caiman was awarded Hie high grade in the >'-Ann McCilrlhv. V.'ilicn; Gflyle Graham. Wilson. BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Gr-.dc 8: cnny Sumara, colriolic Ccnlral; Mal- colm fAacFarlane, Wilson. F PFNCH HORNE C: chrhlcphcr FREIJCV1 HORN A: Andrew Bryan, lew Island. rjRASS ENSEfABLts, IB years and nflcr: Andrew llryanl and Cal- rlcr, Lsl.ind; Raymond H i f] h Schod Brail Sexlel, A. G. TLUTE E. Kaylcne Farl, Leffi- FLUri; bridge. FL UTE Susio Sandf Foster, Weaver L 6 I h- Lelh- FLUTH h: Fernp Tudor, G .1 Kalli; Spring CouJc SPFCIAL RfcCITAL CLASS: Fe Tu-Jcr, Grcal Fallir Waryarlef TcMr ST. AUGUSTINE'S HALL LYRIC POETRY, 9 years and un- der1 TBmara Tagg, Cardsffin; Sliauna Naldcr, Raymcnd; Sandra Kamitomo, Rdymond; Gerry Nelson, Wrenl >i a m [Ihree-way DRAMATIC POETRY, 11 years ar.d under: Shenlyn Palmer, Raymond Esllier Lelhbridqe; Marv LelhbrFiJge; Sylvia O I s h i, Stirling (Ihree-way Up) BOYS' SCHOOL- VOCAL, Grade i: Dooalt) Gibb, Rdymond; Gary Kami- Raymand. -adc BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL, G Andrew bllllwell, Agnes Davidi o n; Jthn LYRIC POLTRY. 17 years ana un- der: Shirley Johnson, AAaqrath; Kim Chmtcnsen, Magrath lied wim Tom Carter, Wagrath. DRAfAATIC POETRY, 15 years and urtder: Dana Galbrailh, Raym o n d; Diani? Keelor, Raymond. DRAMATIC POETRY, 17 years and Under: Tom Carter, K I m Chrliltrten, A'lagralh vHh Luca, Fwemosl. University host for geneticists fcv The 17th annual meeting of the Genetics Society of Canada featuring geneticists from all facets of the field will he held at the Univer.sily of Lclhbridge June 21 to 23. It will mark (lie first time Lethhridge has hosted the meeting. More than no- tices were sent to geneticists throughout North America. Dr. Emil Wagennar and Kazuo Nakamura from the U oi I, and Dr. Malcolm Mc- Donald and Dr. Ruby Larson of the Lethhridge Research Sta- tion form the nucleus ol the or- ganization commillec. The first official work at the meeting will be led by Dr. Da- vid Suzuki of the University of British Columbia, hailed as the man popularized genetics in Canada. Dr. David Schlcssingcr of the Washington U n i vcrsily School of Medicine in St. Louis, MLs- souri will conclude the first ses- sion. A public symposium will be HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Ltd. 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3383 held in the Yates Memorial Centre at 8 p.m. June 21 len- turing Dr. Suzuki. Papers contributed by scien- tists and geneticists will he presented June 22 with a busi- ness meeting in the late after- noon. Dr. G. Lcdyartl SlebbJns of the department ot from trie University of Califor- nia is the invitational lecturer. June 23 will feature Dr. R. C. King of Northwestern Univer- sity in Evnuston, Illinois. Dr. D. E. Comings of Hie City of Hope National Medical Centre in Duarief California and Dr. Harfvvell from IKc Univer- sity of Wasbinrrton, Seattle, Wash. Additional papers from visit- ing scientists will be presented in the late afternoon. Special guc-st.i of the organ! zalion committee will be mem- bers of the Montana Academy of Science and the Cell Biology Society of Canada. Dr. Larson said the public symposium is aimed ol high school students in particular. It is being supported hy The Her nld. CLIFF BUCK, Certified Dental BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDlCftL DENTAL BVD5. PHOSE 327-2822 Beclhovcn Sonata class. Adjudi- cator Delores KeDL'OV Caiman played with "great understanding." Also highlighting the second ilay of the festival was the presentation of The Lcthbridge Herald Band Award to the Ixitli- iridgc Collegiate Institute Con- cert Band. The 90-piece student band directed by Jerry Pokar- ney received a mark of 37 lo juldo ether local and district bands and lake the award. Two high marks ot 83 were awarded lo flutist Feme Tudor of Great Falls. Miss Tudor was given the top marks in the Flute A class and the Special Recilal Class. The festival c o n t i n u e s hroughout this week in four centres: the Yates Memorial Centre, St. Augustine's Hall, Soulhminstcr United Church and the Paramount Theatre. Tonight's agenda features group singing at the Yates, Tonight's agenda features singing at the Yales, piano at Soulhminster, and rec- itations at St. Augustine's. All evening sessions begin at Tickets may be purchased at (lie door. Pageant meeting Wednesday Examples o[ costumes, in- cluding that of a mounted po- lice officer and a whisky trad- er, will be presented Wednes- day at an open meeting to dis- cuss The Sight, the Sound and the Fury Pageant. The meeting in (lie Grenad- ier Room at Ihe Marquis Ifotel, will also include the showing uf slides of the sight, a tape of some of Ihe sound track to be used, and budget informa- lion. Tlie meeting is designed to be community based, and is open to all southern Alberla people who are interested in anything from making cos- tumes to writing scripts, The Pageant, which is pre- sented by the Association for Historical Productions, and not the Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alber- ta as previously reporled by The Herald, will he a try out program this year. The Canadian Government Travel Bureau lias estimated 100.000 persons will attend the performance, said frank Smith, manager of TCASA. Stamp sJiow sttirts today The I.ethbridgc Philatelic So- ciety will hold its Ulh annual show from April 24 to April 29 on ttie second floor o[ Lhc T. K. Eaton Store, 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. Thirty slamp collectors are expected to compete in the vv e c show. Member.? of the local club will .let as judges. Trophies for best display in each of the show's seven cate- gories will be presented at the annual banquet at Sven Erick- sen's Family Restaurant April 30. Featured speaker for banquet will be Gerald Tail Feathers of Cardston. Mr. Tail Feathers is the creator of one of a series Canadian postage stamps which depict the life of Canadian nalive persons. Summertime programs on city council agenda By HICHAHD HUltKi; Herald Staff Writer Recreation orionfecl jirojcct-s will saturate proceedings in council chambers ;d y o'clock. The communily summer pro- gram tops Hie list cl scheduled city council A wide variety of activities. mcSudinf; horsetjack camping and Jiiking, Last year, council decided (o I consider the application at to- not allow MRVs in the coulees. meeting. Since dial time, there has liecn Other anemia items include: considerable dialogue toward approval ol a con- providing land somewhere for j tract v.illi I'aiil Slrokcr Con- MHV use. Kliuclion Limited o[ Medicine A proposal for improvements to the Civic Sportsficld is also on Hie council agenda. The community set-vices di- rector has recommended picnic laljlcs lie put in at (lie sports- ndoor and outdoor games and! field on the llth St. side. a children's chorus bi.'cn put together liy tlic community services depart meiil. Council also consider a city manager recommendation on (liu( 40 acres of land in the coulees, approximately soulli- wesl of Scenic Drive and all) Avc. S., he set aside tor mo- torized recreational ve h i clc use. Another .suggested improve- ment is the establishment of circuit training area with steps and a ramp, a balance bar, a horizontal bar sit-up table. The Kinsmen Club has ap- plied to the city to bring an old- typo circus, under the big lop, here June 17. The entire would be held in a big lent in Indian Baltic Park. Council will "writes ot project Hal for construction of side- walks, curbs and gutters this summer. Letters protesting awarding the contract to that firm have been sen! to council from Ihe Cotis'.ruclion and General Workers' Union and Ihe Lelh- ar.d District Labor Council. The protests arc against the wages and Iwnetils paid to the employees of Strobcr Conslruc- I lion and the likelihood that nnich of the in.lnpcnrer will be brought in Irom out of the city: a proposal for a cily float to be used in various parades around southern Alberta this summer: terms of reference for a study of the airport facilities licrc; a letter from a local resi- dent protos.Ung house rental practices in the city. The meeting is open to the public. IH GREG McINTYHE Hcralil Slaff IVritci- WON SERVICE TRAY Mrs. Cindy Ucroix pours coffee over Ihe service Iray she won in the recent Buck- A-Cup campaign by Ihe Alberta Restauronl Association which raised for the benefit o( cri.ipled children. Kerber Photos Court costs are designed to reduce judicial expense Court, costs arc legal fees paid to tlie courts hy a person who has been found or pleaded guil- ty to a summary convictions of- fense. The purpose of assessing court costs is Lo reduce Lhc ex- pense of court operation and re- move the burden of payment from the general tax payer, Each lime court cosLs arc as- sessed hy a magistrate or pro- vincial judge n basic fee is levied for Lhc general revenue fund of the Province of Albcrla. This fee is delivered Lo Lhe fund through the Alberla department of Lhe attorney general. An additional fee of Is levied if the accused person had to be arrested before he ap- peared in court. Half of this fee pays the expense of cleri- cal work required to complete a summons. The other halt pays actual court expenses for processing the summons and complcling a file on Lhc person. When a summons is requirecL the accused person is also re- quired by law to pay a mile- age fee ol 10 conts per from Lhe origin of the summons until 3L is delivered to him. It a person must he placed in jail before his court appear- ance, he must also pay a fee to cover the expense of TUESDAY SPECIAL! DINNER FOR ONE Our Regular 3-Piece Dinner TUESDAY ONLY Colonel Sarcdera and his boys rnaksiL'linEcrlickln'good'1 his aiTcsl. Ihe paper work in- volved and (he lime spent by the police. When a [rial is required afler the accused person pleads not guilty to the chorgcf he is as- sessed for cacii witness lie requires. A wilncss for the accused per- son receives an additional per appearance Irora UJG pro- vincial government. When a translator is required for the accused person the fee day is paid by the Crown. EDMONTON The Alberta] government is underwriting a pilot project to export pork to Japan in an attempt to open new markets. The provincial government InsL week signed a contract in- volving a gianl Japanese trad- ing company, an Edmonton meat packing firm and the Al- berta Hog Producers Markol- iug Board to guarantee that for several months starting May I, pork will be available to the Japanese al a stable price Hog marketing board com- munication dheclor Ed Schnllz predicts that from the knov.l- edge ol marketing gained from Hie experiment, Allinrta hog producers will be able to in- crease production two to times. Over the next few years (hey could move into new markets in California, Mexico and other Pacilic Kim countries. Mr. SchuKz declined to name the Japanese and Canadian companies involved for fear competitors will demand sim- ilar government sub sidization or their business will suffer if the projecL falls flat. Agriculture Minister Hugh the normal annual fluctuation in bog prices has been S22 to i S32. Supply at times has been cheap and plentiful, yet a short .ime later prices soared and supply vanished. "We've got Lo develop con- sistency." said the hog market- ing official. "To do this weYe got to involve producers, packers and the government." If locals producers can he CIC leader here Tuesday The executive director of the Committee for an Independent Canada, Barbara Dapralo of Toronto, will visit Lclhbridge Tuesday to nddrcss a public meeting at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant ot 8 p.m. Horner said details be made public in about a week. want to see that things get rolling over there okay he said in an inlemew. Tlie number of hogs involved has been described ns "sub- stantial." The project is a major attempt to direct the Canadian hog industry away from its current heavy reliance on do- mestic sales. "Over Ilic past 15 years, ex- ports have only accounted lor six lo eight per csnt of total I said Air. Schiillz. i However, last year for Ihe first time, Canada took over from the United States as the number one supplier of pork to Japan, he said. This country has been unable to develop export sales of pork because of an inability to guar- antee customers abroad a con- tinuous supply at stable prices, shown through t h c Japanese experiment that a market ex- ists abroad for [heir product, they may be convinced to sta- bilize supply and quantity on their own, he said. "The challenge is lo co-or- dinale supply wilh market ex. pansion.'' To ensure export markets, Alberta hog producers must: guarantee customers con- linuily of supply; tailor their product cut of meat and quality to meet Ibo needs of Ihe Jnarkct; and, he compel! live In price and quality. Mr. SchuUz said there arc 20 million people in California about the same as in all of Can- ada. The slate imports 08 per cent of its pork, mostly froni Nebraska and Iowa. Califor n i a cuslomers prefer Alberta pork, he said, so with improved marketing methods, this province could supply most of that market. C.V.VCKH CONUNDRUM Cancer is found in all coun- tries and in all peoples, but there are puzzling differences in (he incidence. Japun, for exam- ple, has more stomach cancer and less breast cancer than Canada. French speaking men of Quebec Province have twite as much cancer ot the colon but only a third as much skin cancer as English speaking Canadians. Using such farts to discover the- causes of rancor and ways to defeat then] is one role of research, maclc possible by your contribution to the Ca- uadian Cancet Society. he said. Over past dozen years, MANUFACTURER'S SUPER KEM-TONE Interior Lalex GALLONS 7 .99 QUARTS 2.49 ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 2J5 5th SI. S. Phone 32R.4095 Shop In Comfort in Our New DECORATOR CORKER Sif in surely comfort you Ipi- brcuse through our WALL COVERING BOOKS by Sun Vinyl Trend Encore Festival Sanitor Wall Clud MalcVi your wall coverings wilh ihc very Intcsl in Bapco Decorator Colors. 327-5767 DOWNTOWN S9VHS Q311VW Nl 9NIZIlVI33dS uaovNvw XHOM (miNVBVno -t- ONINV31D NOILVDO1 NO -f- S31VWI1S3 i3H -f- XnOH 3NO Nl Asa -f- awoH JIDDA NI AmsiOHdfi HO Q 13dSV3 ANV ONINV3TD NO JJO Jerry's Rug and Upholstery Service KEM-GIO Semi Gloss Enamel White and colors GALLONS QUARTS We tarry a full of 1972 WALLPAPERS IN STOCK 2.99 SHERWIN-WULIAMS PAINT and WALLPAPER PAINT WALLPAPER 321 6lh Street S. Phone 327-8321 327-0211 AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. REGULAR WEEKLY AUCTION TUESDAY, APRIL 25 p.m. Special: blue spruce, juniper and para mad ie Irees. Exceptionally clean bjond 3-pce, bedroom suite, ideal for a small room. Cement sldewalV or polio blocki mecl hanger wilh hooks kllchfrn suites, like gos mower and olherj, complete aluminum doors, -1 ft. high lown sprinkler, good selection of garden tools, red maple vanity drones, venelion blinds, mnny bcdj and springs, ronacs both gas end electric. UPRIGHT PROPANE FRIDGE, ideal for ihe cottage, plus a varied selection of electric fridges. Copper hoi waler many TVs, dairies Viorscs, scroll saw, vacuum cleaners, outdoor garbage lint fdozeni) chesterfields ond matching chairs, excellent scl of bunV beds, bclr sandcr, ?0 Ib. (ire extinguisher. Featuring This Week: TRANSPORT COMPANY CLOSE OUT [.c- dollies, scutes, boomers, filing cabincfi, elccfnc fypc- wriler, air condilioning unll, etc., etc ALSO: Miscellaneous itcmi from on eslato sole, i r. table, ironing board, pressure cooker, etc, Trailer hilch, wringer washer t, elcdricol equipmenl [outlets, fixlure, Moisbcrg 12 No Shclgun, sliding doors, 3 sires mangles, 100, Suruki 500 Trail. PtEASE NOTE; At we have rrmccllaneoui articlci loo numer- ous to list, we wiih to announce a polity change, large floor itemi will go on sale at 9 p.m. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Ave. N. Auclloneer: REED HAWTHORNE BILL HOPE-Lie. 645___________Safes. Representative ;