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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LITHDRIDGt HESAtD Thundny, April 27, 1972 Nikku designer here 16 Dr. Tadtisiu architect for the Nikkn Yuko Centennial Garden, will return to Lcth- !ij tor one to advise tho city and tho Japa- nese (.SarcliMi Association on im- provements fnr Hie garden. A. Shackleford, associa- tion president, ard Mayor A. C. Anderson snid the intention is to the Lclhhnclgc garden the best and mas I authentic im this conlincnl. and tliis re- quire occ-ysion.il review by the best authorities. lUs value lies in Us quality, they .said, and this cannot IK- allowed to const or slip. Oilier Japanese gardens arc row being bmll in North Arner- icd, but it is Imped the one in Lethbridgc remain para- mount. Dr. Kubo is head of the ur- ban landscape design dppnrl- ment of Osnka Prefecture Uni- versity. He was com missioned In 19G4 lo prepare the original design for the parrien. One of graduate students, Alas Su- gimolo, wns resident arcliitcct for the projccl. which was for inally opened by Prince Taka- matsu, brother of the Emperor of Japan, in July 19G7. The garden visited by nearly persons last year, from every country. The City of T.elhbrirtge fi- nanced most of Ihe original cost. H and maintains the garden, and leases U Lo llic society as operalor. Adjudicators praise festival performances By CATHKItlNB RKTI 'llcr.ild Staff IVrllfr We'll all home with mu- sic ringing in our were Dolores Keahcy's first words wlien she started her final ad- judication last evening at Hie Yates Memorial Centre. Thundering cords performed by strong fingers nnd series af- ter scries of playful trills, ploy- ed with quick, nimble fingers on the sarno hands, delighted her She made her adjudication following two concciii, each about 15 minutes long, which she said she had enjoyed very much. She awarded her top mark of the evening to one of the cou- ccrli: Jeffrey Caiman of Ixjth- briclge attained a mark of 92 for Chopin Coucerlo No. 1 in K Minor. In the some class, Kdtlic GnamU, Lctlibridge, received a mark of 09 for a Grieg con- certo. Miss Keahcy also awarded two marks of 88 last evening. One was to Faith Harms, Lethhriclpc. in Ine concert reci- tal class, and the oilier to Pat Tompkins, Lethhridge, in the piatio solo, 19 years and under, group. However, Miss K e a h c y's Weekend deadlines Time always has a way of catching up with procrastina- tors. Midnight Monday is the dead- line for mecoting two obligations which arc easy to delay: li- cence- plate renewals and in- come lax returns. Any person operating a motor vehicle with 1971 licence plates attached after Monday will be liable, upon conviction, to a maximum SIOO fine, for tho first offense. A person caught a second time without 1972 plates on his car could be fined up to S500. By filing his income tax late, a person will he automatically charged five per cent of the amount owed to the govern- ment plus six per cent per an' Bum interest on that amount. UNIQUE TELEPHONE SYSTEM Lethbridge's Holiday Inn is Vhe first business in Alberta and the Ihird in Canada to install this Tokyo-manufaclured telephone syslem, valu- ed al more lhan TUe compact unil is one-quarter the size of equipmenl in DIG, providing similar ser- vice, and lakes about one-fifth as long to install. AE1 Tele- communications employee Dielrich Wiesenlhal equipment. checks Faulds Photo Unique telephone system for hotel JL i By JIM MAYBIE Jlrrald Staff Writer A unique Iclephoue syslem, [he first of its kind in Alberta aral the tliird in Canada, is hrinR inslallecl in the Holi- day Jnn. The equipment, valued al more thnn Is one-quar- ter the size of other equipment now in use and takes ?in man-hours Lo Install comparer! with about man-hours for other equipment. No soldering installation. All connections are done by "gu n wr app In g." Stripped wire is put In a spe- cial gun and securely wrapped around Ihc connection. Tlie hotel is equipped 200 lines, and each of Ihc 140 guest rooms has t'.vo circuits. The equipment automatically counls the number of times a phone in the holel is lifted from its cradle, the number of in- coming calls, (he number of calls attempled and Ihe num- ber of times the calling parly -season Cazrier (ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS fails to reach his parly. A counter at the main desk used in the j records the of com- pleted calls for each room. The switchboard is a small, desk- mounted unit which can be conveniently carried by one arm. The switchboard operator can easily awaken 75 gucsls in the hotel within a few min- utes by simply punching the room numbers on the switch- board. The equipment and exlra cir- cuits in each room lend them- selves to conf crone calls, whereby several people in the hotel and other parts of the world can talk to each other al the same lime. Tn the event of a power fail- ure in the city, the phone sys- tem will be able lo continue operating 18 lo 2-1 hours on bat- teries. The telephone system Is manufactured by Nippon Elec- tric Co. of Tokyo and distri- buted in North America by AKI Telecommunications Winnipeg. Other highlights of the hotel include: registration 1 Holiday Inn in the world, pro- viding immediate confirma- j lion. liigh speed stainless steel elevators. ninelh floor conference i room with board table, chcs- I tcrfields, arm chairs, bar and j two attached bedrooms. I pool on second j floor and sauna baths. Children's playroom. second floor sundcck, oft the swimming pool. kitchen equipment including radar ranges. emergency power planl, mall push button map if f.ethbridgc with lights desig- nating pomls of interest Ceramic I i e bathroom loors which arc electrically healed from beneath. music, color TV, and individual electric leattng and air conditioning unils in each room. twin beds. Each room has one or two double sized beds each 80 inches long. are wortfi looking into. Touch ConUol Comfort Center Tvio or Idrec Speed Coolly Finale Air Flaw Controls Aulumslc EvenTeirp Thermoslal Eilra Large, Wishiite Filler to BTU'S INSTALLATION WHEN YOU WANT IT! Big Buck Savings In Effect Until April 29 Hijli aTll-lo-Wall Medals Mutets lor Social Window! 9 Styles-32 1707 2nd AVE. S. LTD. PHONE 328-5973 wall covering in each room. and ice machines on each floor. Other facilities include: din Ing room coffee shop; 400 seat banquet room which can be divided inlo two or Ihrei smaller rooms; c o c k t a i lounge; and enlcrtoinmcn loiuige on the lower floor will sealing [or 250; a United Ciga: smokeshop; Hertz rcnL-a-car ii the mall. award of 92 was not tlic top mark of the day. At SouLliminstcr Church Hall, a 93 was received made by Ihe Teen Clefs under the direction of Anne Campbell for their sec- ond selection in the female cho- rus class, entitled April. The Teen Clefs, also achieved 9Ks in the folk song chorus group, for Loth pieces, Je Sais Bicti Chose, and Here Awa', There Awa'. Adjudicator Frederick Carter awarded another high mark lo another Anne Campbell group last nigh I. Tlie Junor En- semble was awarded one mark cf BC, and another of B7. several lu'gh llaincd. nc, 15 years Sliari Hohm, an 89, r, Raymond, Bellevue, re- Sonatina, ir> group, and Dana CJalbrailh and Lymond, attain- fcslival con- i I h accordion selec- Yates Memorial Girl Guide numbers and SouLhminstcr is open lo the During the PIAkO SOLO, 13 years ana under: Doreen Rclrnur, Coaldale; Carolvn Drcwry, Stirling. SONATINA, IS years and under: Waynian fV.ah, BelJevac; Glen Kiltwck, Taler. DACII PIANO, 15 years and under: Wdy man Mah, Dellevue; Susan Siemens, LolJibridgo. FAR! Y KFYDUARD MUSIC: Pal Tompkins, We Her Hen, Agnes Davitiscnr BUine Day, Lakeview. GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade 2: Palricla Slanton, Galbrallh; Gillian Robins, SCHOOL VOCAL Grade 2. Raymond Lew, Danny Slofcoda, Gllberl Palcrson, Keith. LaidUvj, Lake view (lied SOUTKMIJJSTEH CHURCH FOLK SONG CHORUS, OPEN: UIR solo m ami under class, Spring Coulee ga and Diane Keel mettle an 07. Way man Mah, ccivcd in the yours and unde also an 87 in the years and under In llic group n and under, Dana Maria Snow, Ha cfl an S7. Tonight the tinucs, w i I li a (ions at llic Y Centre, Brownie and Ranker senior vocals a Hall. The festival i public. and under: Donald Gibb. CHORUS, OPEN: (Ihrte-v.-ay l.YRIC, OITN: Molanie Galbraitn, Raymond; W.rs. Grarc Snow, fAIlk River. STORY TELLING. 13 years and under: Ramon a Slevens, Fort Macleod; Dawn Daviei. Lc-ihLridqe STORY FELLING, 15 years and under: Olane Kteler, Rayncnd, SHAKFSPFAHT SOLO, 15 yean and under: Dana Gaihrailh, Raymond Sliarl Hclim, Spring Coulee and Lori Hinman, Cardston DRAMATIC POETRY, OPEN: Airs. Murl-t Luca, Taber. SOPRANO, and 31 years and under: Marcia Swanslo'n, Lelhbridge, JUNIOR VOCAL ENSEMBLE. IP years and under; Junior Ensemble, Anne Campbell. ORATORIO FEAUKLE, OPEN: Susan Young, Lelnbrldge. SACRED SOLO, F ErViALE, OPEN: Rosalyn Bryant. Pincher Creek. 5ACRFO SOLO, MALE, OPFN-Roiert Kceler, Bruce CHOIRS, OPEN: under: Peggy and Perry Tester and Edilie Gnandl, Lothhridgc. PIANO SOLO IS years and under: Pa1 Toinpkinb, Lethbridqe. PIANO SOLO, OPEN: KathlEen Lclhbridqe. MOZART SONATA: Diana PiUman, Warner Cserond) PIANO CONCERTO, OPFN: Jeffrey Caiman, Lethbridgc; Eddie Gnnndl, LelhbrTdqe. SOUTHMINSTEH CHOIRS, OPEN: McKillop llniled Senior Choir, H Ven Lgleren. PARAMOUNT THEATRE SCHOOL CHORUS, Grade 7: V.ilson JunTcr High. 5CHOOI. CHORUS, Gradi 4: il, Mary's; Agnes Davidson SCHOOL CHORUS, Grade 1: K. Baker, Catholic Central. ST. AUGUSTINE'S HALL DOYS' VOCAL SOLO, 12 years: Watfe Chiomcn, Rayrrcrd. GIRLS' VOCAL 5OI.O 11 reiudoi pi aim e The Royal Force No. 2 Reunion bo in Calgary. All former p who served at ing tlie Insl wai Ii'oin any other nssocialcd tlu'ongli Die Con Training Plan a lend. Maria Snow, Raymond1; Sharon Miller Raymond UiM) LYRIC POFTRY, 15 and under; Sneri McFaddPn, Lelhbridge Dav.n McCaughfery, Lcinbrirtgc; Corl ney Drewerfon. .Viagrath SOLO MIME, li years and under Sdarl Hohm Spring Coulee; Diane Kecler, Raymond GROUP MIA1F, 15 and under Dana Galbrallh end Maria Snow, Ray D R A MA T 1C IMPROVISATIONS open: Wilson Junior High, B re rid a But O'Toolr, Lelhbrltfgc. BOYS'S VOCAL SOLO, eight lo nine years: Craig Baceda, Lelh bridge; Rod-die McLecd, Cfaresholm. DOY5' VOCAL SOLO, !la lo seven years: Jorin Sinclair, Lelhbrldge-GIRLS' VOCAL to sevtn Ailiscn Gardiner. Wanlyn DuelF, Raymond lied vvllfi Barbara Conrad, Warner. GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO, 1Z years: Colleen Cnell, F or! Macleod; Janel Chris, lie, Claresholm. BOYS' VOCAL SOL O, U yeari! Richard Simons, Roped-off swimming I rs said against federal law a computerized system to any sei L Six men charged jointly with1 assault causing bodily harm to Al Hobcr, manager of the El Rancho Motor Hotel, following an incident in the cabaret March 18 will likely have sep- arale trials. Bob Babki, defense counsel for Ihe five men originally charged wilh causing a distur- bance and assault causing bod- ily harm told the court he would continue to represent three of the men, while the re- maining Lwo, and a thirci man charged laler, had applied for separate counsel. "I will request trials (or the joint charge because some ol the evidence could be very con- Mr. Babki told The Herald. The men charged Immediate- ly following the incident were: Michael Lee Alaska and Swallow, 2.1, of Kansas, Melvin Robert Alexander, 13, Richard Burrows, 26, Alfred Louis Bloome, 25, and Ken (Karl) Olson, 21, all of Llhebridge. Michael D. Waggoner, 29, of Anchorage, Alaska, was form- ally charged with assault caus- ing bodily harm for his parl in Ihc El Itancho incident when he appeared in court April 19. Trial dale for the six has been set for May 1 before Pro- vincial Judge A, II. Lllford iti j Let Kb ridge. I Swallow, Alexander, Bur- rows and a seventh man, Jack Stanley Soltys have been scheduled lo "appear in magis- trate's court May 10 for plea and election on a charge of il- legally being in a dwelling house for the purpose of com- mitting an April 10. Swallow, Indictable offense Alexander and Soltys have also been charged a second lime with illegally being in a boarding bouse April If; at the home of John David Baird. Baird was charged with the attempted murder of Soltys fol- lowing the incident at his home. A charge of assault causing bodily harm was laid against Soltys, Swallow and Alexander following the shooting. No dale has been set for (rials for Swallow, Soltys anc Alexander on the last two charges. Baird is lo appear in magis- tralc's court May IS for a pre h'minary hearing on the charge of attempted murder. Soltys remains in hospital in fair condition with a bullcl wound in Ihc nbdomen, TRAY-PAK MEATS LTD. 238 12th St. C. North Leihbridge Phone 328-7132 Announcing we ore now under New Management and Ownership! We specialize in: if COMMERCIAL and PORTION CUTTING -A- HOME FREEZER ORDERS "We will be happy to cut our meat ID The customer! ipeti- We Fiko fo extend a pen on a] invitation lo our many friends ond customers to rn end leo ui for the fine it mcati at the reaionable pricei. STEVE MIKLOS and GRANT JACKSON PROPRIETORS Break-ins City police arc invcstlgalinj; two overnight break-ins on 3rd Ave. S. which netted thieves a rmall amount of money and somo cigarcUcs. Some change and several packages of ciaparelles were stolen from King Chrysler Dodge. A desk was broken inlo and more change and a cheque c taken. A break-in at United Rambler resulted in a ransacked office, hut nothing was reported stolen. The Herald Kilmonlon Unread ED1UONTON Tlie Alberta government has broken the by roping jff swimming areas at lakes provin- cial parks, Allan Warrack, minister of lands and forests said in Hie legislature. The minister pointed lo the illegally lo empiiasize tlie "desperate need" for new reg- ulations lo govern boating in Alberta. Dick Gniemvald bridge West) suggested regula- tions on boating be established to protect swimmers at places like Park Lake, north of L-elh- bridge. Dr. Warrack replied that the federal government has juris- diction ia the matter under Die small vessels regulations of (lie Canada Shipping Act. However, the minister opLimistic that the federal gov- eminent will act within llic next few weeks lo create regu- lations lo be of use by this summer. Dr. Warrack said waters should be under various cate- gories for boating: all boala are prohi- bited: all power boats are prohibited; subject lo speed limits; waters where power boats lowing passengers arc prohibited. Canadian Air Wireless School 3C held June 30 pupils and staff school dur- nd members ce who were the school jnwealth Air inviled lo at- A banquet and dance will be at No. 767 Whig RCAF Associa- tion, 17th Avenue and 53rd St. S.W., Calgary. Interested persons can regis- ter or order tickets from Ihe committee chairman, R. A. Brown, 171G IDth A. SI. S.W., Calgary. IVCF needs funds G 'dine far Trial dates confirmed The assault charges against six men which resulted from an incident March 1C, aL Ihc El Rancho Motor Holel cabaret, will definitely come to trial May 1 ami 2. Iii a special apppcanmee in mapistrate's court today, rep- resentative fur the attorney general V. Harlignn said, "These alleged offences oc- curred on March IB, and I would like to make it quite clear the Crown will he ready j and will he insisting that these charges he proceeded wilh on the date set. "All accused have had ample time lo obtain counsel, and counsel should have had no dif- ficulty in preparing their de- fence. "It is the crown's opinion that any (urlher delay in gel- ting this matter (o trial i.s a deliberate abuse of the process of law." The Sou I hem Alberta sector of the Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship must raise in the next five months to meet Us financial obligations to the Alberta division of tho orgnni- zalion. In presenting a brief budget report to 04 members and friends of the young Christian organization at Ihe Gall School of Nursing, Mnrjoric Long, Ihe Alberta divisional director, said her division had lo raise i by the end of August if tho Allan Warrack, provincial i cm-ront budget is lo be met. minister of lands and forests. A lolal o[ S59i000 js rcqilircd will officiate aL the formal to divisional nxnn.npps. opening May 14 opening of Stewart Game Farm owned May 14 at 2 p.m. The game farm, Dr. C. D. Stewart, by is located pay such as salaries for full time staff members, opL-aliny expenses and the like. Thu re- maining is required for one-half mile cast of the drive- of a year-round camp in Ihcatrc and one-half and a summer south of Ihe Skyline Esso scr-1 vice station. J The staff at Hie game farm manages 150 animals and 50 birds on 183 Lcres of fenced to ml. The farm is now open from 12 noon to 8 p.m. daily, Dr. SlewarL said everyone is invited Lo the opening. Refresh- ments will he provided. LOTS OF HOOKS camp at Crimson Lake, near Rocky Mountain House. Mrs. Long said a total of SG.flOD had heen required from the soul hern Alberta sector and nnly IKK! liecn re- ceived to date. wfjorl lhci.se nt the gen- era! inform.! I ion matting lo participate in I lie Clnrabnlhon Snlmday and said it was one sure uny of getting more COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 The Lelhbrldgc public library j Hum half the moivy required, contained books al (he end of 1971, an increase of al- most over the previous ycar. Thr meeting also attend- ed by Robert Burns, t h 0 national 1VCI1' director of ad- ministration from Toronto. ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS CUSTOM fRArV.ING tine quality molerial at low, low HOUSE OF FINE ART 409-5 St. South Phone 328-131-1 3rd door north of Greyhound Bui Depot vSlora Hours: Monv Tuei., Wad., and Snt. 9 n.m. to 5-30 p.m. Thurs. ond Fri. 9 .lo 9 p.m ;