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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta loodstriker Oil Board )f Society Rufus Goodstritor (he Blood Indua resent VM dad- DOING WHAT COMES NATUUU.Y Who needi a" net or a rod or even a string with a pin on tt? When you fish for fingerlings you just naturally use your ftngors! And if you have a long reach you stand a goat! chance of Keeping up a really big Of course you gel a wet, but its funny how clean you can get without using any soap. Dad will juit never size of the that got away. Lethbrioge's Henderson lake was of this novel fishing seuion. Raymond Youth Has Top Mark In Saturday Festival Events it was another day for 80s Saturday at the L e t h bridge and District Kiwanis Music Festival. Mark Dunscombe of Ray- mond took top marks, 89, for his winning performance in the Grade 6 boys' school vocal, with the other first-and second-place winners of the day receiving no mark lower than 82. Sessions included a special open class in AJberta poetry and a debut class, for dramas tic improvisations. Classes con- Jottings Chris Swftzer, general man- ager of Hoyt Hardware Limited announced recently that Hoyt's furniture department located b the 7th St. S., shopping man will be closed May 31. The major appliance aad television department which the store operates from the same location will be moved in- to the main store at 606 3rd. Ave, S, and will replace the toy department which wffl be integrated into the sporting goods department tinued in school vocals, accor- dion and piano. The piano sessions were high- lighted by adjudicator Harold Zabrack taking contestants, not- ably Jeffrey Caiman, back through tbeir'numbers for some oo-the-stage teaching. Attendance at the first two days of the tightday festival has been fairly .sparse, with the audience numbering about 35 persons at its peak. An sessions are open to the public. Tickets are available at the doors of me Yates Memorial. Centre, St. Au- gustine's Parish Han, Southmin- ster Hall and Paramount Thea- tre. tonight feature some of the more popular items. Jun- ior and senior lieder starts off toe agenda, at at the Yates, followed by choruses and solo concert recitals. The Anne Campben Singers and Teen Clefs are the only entries in the chorus classes. Sessions to start at at St Augustine's Hall will include competitions in Canadian poet- ry, solo scenes and "readings of Shakespeare. The Paramount Theatre and Jouthminster1 will be closed to festival events in the evening, Festival Results YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE DIALOGUES, 12 years and under. Vee Bob and Dwafoe Palmer, Ray- mond; Dana Galbraith (nd Diane Kee- ler, Raymond. GROUP SCENE, IS years and un- der: Grade ft drama Calhcllc Central .High School, tied with Mkhele Taylor group, Raymond. DRAMATIC POETRY, 13 years mi vnitr: Michelle Taylor, Raymond; Rog- er Hohm, Spring Coulee, tied with Philip Chrlstou, Lethbridge. SONATINA, 12 years and under: Ka- ren Pozzl, Bellevue; Sharon Sam, Ma- gralh. SONATINA, 1] ytan and under: LatTie Fumaoalll, Bellevue; Aria Cai- man, Lethbridge. BACH PIANO, years'and under: PalrlEla Watson, Lethbridge; Colleen Dogterom, Lefrbrldge. MOZART SONATA, 17 years and un- der: Kristien Berghmar-s, Lethbridge; Greg Senda, Lethbridge. PIANO SOLO, 1? years and under: Elaine Dobek, Blalrir.ore; Pat Skelton Lelhbridge, lied with Kathleen Holt, Lethbrldge. ACCORDION ENSEMBLE, U per- formers: Greg Gibbons, Karen Boulton Margaret Horvath, Len Zoeteman, Wes- ley Sorgaard and Frache, Leth bridge; Dana Gugetka, Everett Ark Install, Jerry Kovacs, Ken Shaskin alg Paynton and Folker Stenka, Lefty EETHOVEK SONATA, senior. line Dobek, Blah-mere; Berttu Kopp, ildale. MODERN PIANO, Y, Open: Jeffrey Caiman, Left- 'ST. GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade t lerie OToote, St. tail's; Janice Markle, Claresholm. BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade 7 ry Dogterom, Watson; Mfchaei Fakir This Week AprU 27 to May 2 is HIRE A STUDENT WEEK EMPLOYERS: DO YOU NEED MALE Oft FEMALE HELP FOR A WEEK? A MONTH? ALL SUMMER? Soon, hundreds of University, Commwity College, Senior and Junior High School students will be available to assist you with ony type of part or fufl-ttme employment, THESE YOUNG PEOPLE ARE REGISTERING NOW AT THE CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE TO rnlE A STUDENT CALL 327-8535 TODAYI Thli advsrliiom.nt published through co-operation of Conoda Manpower l.lhbrldge Chamber of Commerce Univerjily ol lelhbridSe telhbridg, Community College Prov. Depl. of Youth Depi. Of hdlon Affolrs All tetbbrirjge News Media. SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade 3 rolyn Balog, St. Paul's; Keren Rae latt, Lakevlew, tied Linda Podv ilbrattti. BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade _ KarV Dunscombe, Raymond; Richard St. anil's. CANADIAN POETRY, Special Open ass, conte'mporary Albena poetry all Kamltomo, Raymond; Dana Ga atth, Raymond. SOLO MIME, open: Linda carter tagrarh; Susan -Wilde, Raymond. CANADIAN POETRY, Open: Susan tilde, Raymond. DRAMATIC POETRY, 1> years and under: TNomas Carter, Magrafh; Elaine Blairmore. DRAMATIC IMPROVISATIONS, Open Dana Galbraith and Company, SOUntMINSTEIt HALL ACCORDION TRANSCRIPTIONS, 12 ears and under: Julie Zanont, NobFe- ord; Garry KabkTw, Lethbridge. ACCORDION SOLO, IS years and jnder: Violent Nagy, Lethbrldoe; Mar- aret Horvath, Lembridge. ACCORDION DUET, 12 years and under: Debbie Raunala and Margaret hompson. Barons and Lethbridge; U tare and under: Alice Ven Der Heide nd Gall Pruegger, Lethbridge; Brian hiessen and Lor] Zimmerman, Letfv- rrdge; la years and under: Margaret Horvatti and Len Zoeteman, Lethbridge nd Fort Macleod, tied Kith Greg Gib- ions and Karen Boullon, Pictvre Butte nd LethbrkJge; Is veara and vnder: orna Mellow and Rank Gnandt, Tu- n and Lefhbrldge. ACCORDION SOLO, I years and un- to: Ernie BslraWartvk, Lethbridge. ACCORDION TRANSCRIPTION, 14 years and under: Aldo Zenonl, Noble- ord; Alice Van Der Keide, Lethbridge. 9 years end under: Oarlene Kaskiw, ethbrldoe; Karen Gonta, Lethbridge, M Carl Classen, Coaloale. Inquest Held An nipjjest WM held this inor- mog into the death of 21-year Id mm, Sreod ed the board rf AfeerU i t Setiftj at the aaajyej cot veotioa m Edmotaitai April x. Caea Biy, editor of the KaMu News uid there U nn- rescaUtivct from aoseih at the comreitjnn and isevnt hi eleetiaK ww Ugh. K WM the tint time the south mi rapre- sented. EUy, fm a reHsrt an toe Year's aetMtiM of the paper, said there WM piee- tioa of further sjraats (ream the society but Let Heaiy, statiaa dircctar for the Blaekfoot Radio prograai, (are a report on the Building Offered For Hostel Owners of the former AJberti Poultry Fool building, lit and 9th St S., an prepared to rent it for a transient Tooth hostd OB a one to e at a coat of fst per month. Local tangent Tooth ateer- ng CMllinafifte wffl taate' taail proposal to the Lethbhofe branch of the preVeatite social service mwting tontght 0sd re- quest financial sopport oi ap- pratinsatelr fMjm for the ear.. The Municipal uaaaxn win meet Wi ftUTDOUU tO possibiBties. The baOdiDg is m an industrial xone. City round! wffl be rtqoested For appiuvoi and wppmt during the regular meeting next Monday night Although fi- Daincea win be M per cent pro- vincial and federal, 10 per cent vast come from (Sty boiler, fire, health and sanitatioB inspeetus wffl .look over the facflities before any estimate on innovations can be set Ken Sponce, Family Y gen- eral secretary and ehaimun of the steoing committee said rnnvatiotts win include at fcttt toilets and a back fire exit HAG TO U.S. STUOBirS Conodo's flag will repose in a Thompson Foil, Montana, a gift of two ttudnrh from ttxrt U.S. centre, from their Canadian hotta. The) flog presented following a brief tour of Nikko Yuko Gordon at bridgej. The students above, right, are: .Koran Neilson, Raymond; So. Man fey, ThompsbB Falls; Libb Kaymood end Virginia Langley, Thompson Falls. studWrt trip was arranged by Lion's Club of Raymond. Accordion Finds Place Says Festivdl Adjudicator Moose Jaw PUot Escapes Injury Mr. Niebon wu praxmced ead on arrival at tfae Lrfh- xidge Municipal Hospital Feb. M after being removed from an oat bin it a Lethbridge feed milL Dr. J. E. McTavish is the cor- By JUDI WALKER HenM Staff Writer "The accordion is undergoing growing said Tony Mer- adjudicator of the accor- dion section f o r Hie Kiwanis Music Festival "There has been more flurry going on in the accordion Sett during the past two yean than FTC ever seen before." Mr. Merge! accredited a new free base accordion, which changes in the left hand, with much of the lecenl inter- est" "Since its be said, "the accordion has been accepted at the Royal Conser- vatory and is being considered more seriously- by musicians." He said the interest at so many young people hi the Lefh- bridge disWct is indicative of infdest in' the instrument ev- erywhere. But the interest isn't restrict- ed solely to the young perform- en. "Contemporary composers like Gertard Wuensch at.the University of Calgary have written very, very excellent LAHR, West Germany (CP) A Canadian air force Star- fighter jet aircraft crashed today near West Germany, but the pilot eacaped without injury.. The pilot, Capt. Daniel R. Graham, 29, of 439 Squadron's No. l wing based in Lahr, was on a normal training flight. It was understood hs jet engine "flamed out" after its compres- sor mechaDasn stalled. Graham's father, Wiffiam Graham, Bves in Moose Jaw, Sask. The captain's wile and three children live with lorn in West Germany. works for the accordion recent- ly." Eddie Harris, and James Wilson are two others who are now writing for accottboa. "A few1 years ago the accor- fion had a commercial ww it's having muskal said The adjudicator, who teaches ristory, harmony, and theory, fainks music should be enjoyed. 'Even the most serious piece of music is entertainment and can be enjoyed. Musk is one of the most stimulating experiences, be s a i d, adding that, he'd have to admit to bring biased, pity a person who cannot ap- preciate music." He said that s musk festival should be a lot of fun. "I ike the kids to be at ease. I want to make sure that kids don't think all adjudicators are ok he said with a wink. PAYMENT MAY The citizens of the Blood In- dian reserve will receive their annual treaty payment May 14. The payment this year win amount to FURRIERS FUR COAT STORAGE TIME THE LETHBRIDGE FURRIERS PHONE More City News On Page 11 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION OF ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE CHAPTER The members of thJs association at a recent meeting voted to establish a suggested minimum service charge-out of for calls i-p to 1 hour for work performed during normal working hours. Costs steadily risen over the past years and that, after reading this announcement, the public will fully understand and appreciate necessity for the This rate was established a survey of following: and wifl apejly frant April 1, 1970 to October 1, 1970 4.80 ONS LAND UIT LIJDEN ONTZET HIEP HIEP HOERAI WU ZUN WEER VRU Herinnert U zirfi nog -de bevrijdingsdog? Wy hopen Conada to danken middel van Nationale gift. door Uw voor ten gift. TE STUREN NAM: THE DUTCH CANADIAN COMMITTEE 1945-1970 IN SOUTHERN AIIIRTA P.O. SOX 691, UTH8R1DOE, AlBOITA loot Itthbrtto w trwf laWrfiV tiki, dot )MHir Prtt., Hty, J. Viet rrM., tnt. J. SX. P. HAMIAirr CA fAY RATE Svrvktiman'l BENEFITS Vocation Pay, ilatutory Holiday Pay, Worknmi's Compemsotion and qc Canada Pension Plon. PL PD. Insurance Accounting and legal Fees, Insurance Businvw Taxis ond Lkcncts, 1 fA Bonk Chargen, Office Supplies, Postage etc................... I Supervisor, Tools, P.ent, Utilities ek. Truck expenses Profit 1.00 HltVICI CAU UATt.................................. 10.50 AFTH THE HOUR THE RATE WIU U fH HOUR Todays high 'cost of obtaining money has greatly restricted our ability to extend credit beyond the usual 30 days. Due to this, it was agreed that a IK month sorvice charge be add- ed to thoM accounts who find it necessary to carry their credit beyond this period. BILL'S ELECTRIC, COALDALE CENTRAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, LTD. LETHBRIDGE CMSTE ELECTRIC CO., LTD. LETHBRIDGE OTY ELECTK (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. LETHBRIDGE DORREN ELECTRIC LTD., LETHBRIDGE KMG ELECTRIC (LETHBRIDGE) LTD., LETHBRIDGE LETHMtDGE ELECTRIC LTD., LETHBRIDGE PARSONS COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC LTD., LETHBRIDGE SMDER ELECTRIC LETHBRIDGE WYATT ELECTRIC IfTMRJDGE ;