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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jerry JjlanJ t A. E. CROSS HAVf YOU MAM YOU AmMMTMBff YET PHONf The Letltbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbrldge, Alberta, Saturday, April 25, 1970 PAGES 15 TO RESTAURANT AND PANCAKE HOUSE tANOUfT FACILITIES FOI 75 Gundlock Comments MP Questions Airlines' Action Lethbridge MP Deane Gund- lock has queried the "ambig- uous application" of Pacific Western Airlines Ltd. and Air Canada to the Canadian Trans- port Commission over the Leth- bridge-Calgary run. Air Canada has applied to (he CTC for withdrawal of its ser- vice "subject to the grant of au- thority to PWA to serve Leth- bridee." Mr. Gundlock said it "isn't Air Canada's business to male sure who follows up." He said Lethbridge has never before had an operation such as the locally-owned Time Air- ways Lid., and "I wouldn't lie to see it ruined by PWA." Air Canada, which has served etbbndge o r 31 years, had one flight hi and out of the city per day. PWA proposes to increase to two dairy round trip flights. W.R. (S'lUbb) Ross, president of the Tone Air, has said the PWA schedule could cost a loss of SO per cent or Time Air's bus- Mr. Gundlock said if PWA is going to improve flights anc give different service than Time Air, "we really don't have a beef." However, he said if Mr. Ross could gel .the proper financing and could upgrade his service I would liie to see him take ver the run completely." Mr. Gundlock .suggested PW; anted I h e Lelhbridge-Calgary ights because H foresaw a sig- ficanl increase in business to laska in the next five years. The Conservative MP said it apparent the community as behind Time Air, "but, you mow, I haven't received one eUer on the matter, and I know act Pickersgill (the CTC's airman) pretty well." BACH PIANO CLASS DEMANDS Photo by Bryan Wilson CONCENTRATION AND GETS IT 95 Per Cent Of Competitors Earn 80-89 Marks Festival Opens With High Marks It was day of 90s Friday ta opening classes jX the 40th Lethbridge and District Khans'.- Music Festival. More than 95 per cent of cotn- pefctort in 23 classes in piaoo school vocal and ipeedi were awarded marks at by the 0rst four of nine adjudicators to judge sessions it the eight-day festival. High m a r k s of the day Ore went to Jeffrey Carman of Lethbridge in the open Chopin piano class, Rhonda Darren of Lakeview School for Grade 6 girls' vocal and Karen Dobek of for hir first-place performance in the Grade 5 girls' school vocal. The marks were swarded by John Pauls of Edmonton, adjud- c'ator for school classes, and piano adjudicate Harold Zab- rack of St. Louis, Mo. Inducted in the first day's events were special speech lasses featuring Charles Dick- ens' prose. MOVING? CALL OWEN AGENTS ALLIED VAN LINES Play Scenes To Be Filmed A CBC-TV national crew out of Toronto will visit Lethbridge "aursday, Friday and Saturday ext week to film scenes from The Hostage and'a few of the city. The Lethbridge film will com- irise part of a televiskra spec- al on Dominion val entries and- their home re- gione. The Hostage, performed by Taj-goers of Lethbridge, won [he A1 b e r t a Regional Drama Festival and was chosen as western-rate representative in the six-day DDF. The Brendan Behan two-actor win be the first of six amateur productions to appear at the DDF, which runs May 18 to 23 in Winnipeg. Lethbridg CBC affiliate, is currently neg obating with the network t tape and delay the show to May 30, 6 7 p.m. The netwoik has the DDF program for May 27 at the same hour as CJU plane to run the annual Y' Men's Auction Sale. Adjudicated by Florence Ay-1 tong of '-Islington, Onl., the asses were scheduled in com- nemoralion of the LOQLh anniv- sary of the British author's eaUi. The Dickens' classes Friday atured recitations of selec- ons fiOm David Copperfiekl A Christmas Carol. Mrs. Aymong said the perfor- mances were so good, she was linking of returning to some the Dickens' classics she read ears-ago. Ihe final class for Dickens' work, for contestants 12 years nd under, comprising selections om Oliver Twist, Hill occur i Tuesday. Classes Friday were held in Southininster Hall and the Yates hoe's Parish Hall and the Yates [emorial Centre, with the fame iree centres planned for to- ay's evenls. Tonight only Ihe Yates and SI. Augustine's will be used Scheduled for p.m. at the Yates are sessions for accordion ensembles' and performers in Beethoven sonata and Modern piano classes. At St. Augustine's Hall, an vening of Canadian poetry and ofo mime will be concluded bout with dramatic im HACK, I.D.T., C.D.MJ BLACK DENTAL LAW MBHCAl MNTAL WHO. Are you planning o ban- wedding reception or social gathering soon? Let us prepare and a delicious meal to your ipecifjcations. THE LOTUS BANQUET ROOM for up to 12S pcnont it of aft The 377-JJ97 LOTUS From cm DITOT Hew Manager For Shelter The management of the fit of Lethbridge animal shelter will be turned over to Len An- krsori followiiig his (eouef for the job. Mr. Anderson's bid was on of several submitted, includin one from the Society for Pre- vention of Cruelty o( Animals who had held the contract for several years. The dmige-over takes effect May 1. How i ELEPHANT BRAND FERTILIZER We fwn hi all baftl FREE Sprcadir l CAU 317-5747 HOYT'S DOWNTOWN Youth Meeting Southminster Church, m raid a special youth activit unday mdlh the theme Liv Love. Actinties mil get under wa at p.m., and will feature alent shoiv, games, lunch, ves- per services and a rrission dis cussion. Police Week May 10-16 Open house, contests, and isplays will highlight Canadian Police Week May 10 to 16 for x city police. A poster contest, sponsored y the police department and the College Mall merchants, is open to grades 4, 5 and 6 and grades 7, 8 and 9, with prizes warded in bolh categories.' For students below Grade 4, Deluding Kindergarten, a lel- er to the editor contest will be run, with prizes for the first hree places. An essay contest, in co-opera- ion with the Optimist.Club will be run for Grade 10, 11 ar.d 12 students. Prizes will be for irsl, lor second and for third. Included in the display, di- vided into protection, crime and traffic categories, are radar equipment, a light dis- play, uniforms, a breathalyzer, York (the police and various articles of school patrol equipment. The open house will be held Monday, May 11 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., Wednesday, May 13 from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Fri day from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The public is invited to attend. 'WINS WORID TRIP Code! Captain R. R. Romsei, 1002 llth Ave. S., LethLiridge, who placed first on the Master Cadet examination for Ihe Alberta district, will visil the United Kingdom, Grenada, Jamaica, Trinidad- Toaago and the Barbados this summer. He will be gone for the monlhs of July and August. Cadet Coplain R. Shemko of Pincher Creek will visit Grenada for being rated among the top eight in Ihe same competitions. Securities Charge Dropped Charges of "trading in securi- ties without registration laid against Joseph Slyomovics of Calgary were dismissed Friday in Lclhbrirjge magist r a t e's court by Magistrate E. H. El- ford, for lack of sufficient evi- dence. Slyomovics had been charged ith the securities violation in onjundion with Archie D. Ev- mson, who tost an appeal Tursday against the fine he received in January in similar charges. proyisaUons. This will mark the rst. time the class has been ed in the Lethbridge festival It is open .to groups of two or ore working, impromptu, on idea suggested by the calor, Mrs. Aymong: The. two" competing groups rom Spring Coulee and Ray be given 15 minutes preparation. Each pefonn- mce is to last 10 minutes. All sessions are open to the mblic. Tickets and programs ire available at the door of auditoriums. Festival Results VATES MEMORIAL CENTRE PIANO SOLO, H years ar.d um iM .Cority, Lfthbridgc; Debra FFrm, lairmore. PIANO 13 years and under: .sin SJemerJ, Lethta Idgc; Roxanne aycotk, Lethbr Edge, SIGHT PIAKO PLAYING, 14 yi under: Joy Hoyano, Coaldale. SIGHT PIANO PLAYING, Open: Bcrtna Kopp, CANADIAN POETRY, 13 BK under: Dana Galbrailh, Raymond; Hel Dared, CANADIAN POETRY, yean and rtder: William Nelson, WrentSam, Kamltomo, Raymond, tfed with atricla Watson, LelhbriJge, LYRIC POETRY, Grade 5i Vaierte fggetl, Van Anlti Bob, ayrriDnd. LYRIC POETRY, Grade 4: o-nlta, Gilbrailh; Collwn Dow, Clartt- SOLO SCENES, 12 yeari and under: Dana Raymond; Sharon filler, Raymond. BACH FRENCH OR ENGLISH UITE5, Opwi: Elaine Dobek, Blair rrxre; Joanne Pri'chard, LeThtrldqc. MOZART SONATA, Open: Hrrbfit, Warner. BACH, Open: Kathleen CHOPIN, Optn: Jetfery Caiman, Lrth bridoe; Llntfa Wilde, Lelhvldge, tM with Linda Schxoltf, CoaFda'e. ST. AUCUITINE'S HALL GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade i Dobek, Blalrmwe; Noreen Tifc F-ashl, Raymond. GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade Marilyn Nakama, Wilson; Cilherirte .eslle, Fort MAcfeod. BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade 1 Marry Fro-nm, Raymond; Stuarl Vln- cnl, Rsymond. GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade Rhonda Doren, Likovrew; Kalhl Raymond. CHARLES DICKENS PROSE, 1 years under: Sherl McFadden clhbr Johnson, rMajra.'h ORATORY, 18 years and imdwi Maur ttn Bridge, Raymond. ORATORY, Open: G-m MM River. STORY TELLING, Optn: Linda vr, MMralh. CHARLES DJCKENS PROSE, Operi KayjTiDndi' S Raymond. SOUTHM1HSTER HALL ACCORDION SOLOS, U. years under: Brlcn Ihlesien, Ltlhbrtdge Ma Van Der HeWe, Lelhbrrdge. 1 years tr4 wxfcr: Lori Left bridge; Donaltf 1 veara and i-tfer: Aldo Zanonl, Notli ford; Worma Frathe, LelhbilJge. ACCORDION TRANSCRIPTIONS, years tnder: Greq Gibbons, Pfc lure BuHe; Ktrrt Baulfon, If years and under: Margsrel Horvatti Lelhbrirfcc-, ACCORDION SOLO, 12 _ U'rkh DratfteniHrrg, Garry Kaikiw, LeiMvMge. Open: Lorr Mellow, Turin. Legion Meeting Lethbridge Alderman C. W. Chichester address a gen- eral meeting of the General Stewart branch of Ihe Royal Canadian Legion to be held in the Normandy Lounge of Ihe ranch on Tuesday at 8 p.m. SMILEY'S PLUMBING USIMINT BATHDOOMS DIMOOEumo 32I-I176 EASTER SUNDAY CfLCMATION Members of the Greek Orthodox Church will celebrate Easier Sunday tomorrow, with traditional services, dress and food. Jnne But- owsky, left, Liz Fen, Rev. Lome Kuban and Mrs. Kuban, right, dreised in traditional costume gel reody for o 12 p.m. lo 3 a.m. Sunday morning service, prior lo Easfer Sun- day breakfast. The loble is laden with Easier bread and Eoster eggs, wilh special de- signs of religious significance. Poultry Council Meets April 30 A meeting of the Southern Alberta Poultry Council will be heM April 30 at p.m. hi the II JUncho Molor Hotel, Lelh- bridge. Elections of officers will Ulce and talk on poultry dis- izses will be given by Dr. Nor- man Harries, at the provincial elerinary diagnostic lab- oratory. All council members are ask- ed to attend. Deadline May 1 is Lhe deadline for per- sons wishing lo keep plaslic rowers which they have prev- ously placed in Lelhbridge cemeleiies. If Ihe plasUc [lowers art not removed by Hay 1, city crews will dispose of them. IETHBRIDGE RtFUIGHATION LTD, AIK CONMTrONING SEIVtCE 32tV4333 SUBWAY CONCRETE PRODUCTS CONCIFTE ntooocn S9TK TANKS, 191 North Mofnrli nt-nn QUALiTY DENTURE CLINIC 334 Jth it. t. Ph, EDDY DIETRICH, EXPERT INSURED PUR [NEW YORK FURS 604A 3rd Ave. S, Brouih's TAKE HOME FISH b CHIPS PHONI APRIL SHOPPING CHECK UST INCOME GUIDE CANADIAN BUSINESS LAW GRIZZLY COUNTRY LC. 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