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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE IETHMIOCE HftALO TtMUiy, April It. Chambei The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce today reaffirmed its posUM tfpceaif the joist anplifatini by Pacific Western Airlines and Air Canada for a cbaafe of the air firm sen-ing Reaffii strength of any objec-icn from Lethbridge is coDtin-gent upon the concerned individuals writing letters, not only to the Canadian Transport Commission but also to the Lethbridge MP Gund-kck aad the 'honorable agricultural minister H. A. (Bud) said Witf Bowns, general manager of Ihe chamber. The address for any concerned individuals or organizations to write letters of objection to the joint application is: Air Transport Committee, 275 Slater Street, Ottawa. The chamber position was reached with a resolution from the transportation committee, beaded by Steve Kotch. The groups involved frft that with Time Air, which has tied up in equipment and speeding yearly on Posil penses, would be adversely af-ected. Mr. Bowns said the general eehng of the businessmen On Ucting the chamber office is that PWA will force Time Air out of Lethbridge, and then find x route non profitable and leave Uthbridge with no air service at all. Mr. Kotck said H would be better to keep Air Canada than 0 let PWA in since Air Canada would not affect Time Air to the extent Pacific would. He said Time Ah- has Bid arovidiog more than adequate service for the ciliwns of ar.d district, with promises for increases in the frequency of the flights if business equires. Facilities At Wnterton Open May 15 T. L. Ross, superintendent of Waterloo Lakes National Part, announced Hay lo as the opening date for most park operated facilities. The facilities opening are the townsite, campground, information bureau, picric grounds, and tentatively the golf course, if weather are favorable. Mr. Ross said most cotnmemalh1 operated facilities should "be open by this date. CrandeU Mountain, Cameron Lake and Belly River campgrounds wiD be open to the public June 15. The tennis courts will be open June l and the swimming pool will open June 5. Due to the anti inflation policy introduced by the federa government, all park fees wil remain the same as last year Mr. Ross Bid On Store, A low bid of by Hardy ConstrLction of Letb-bridge has been submitted for Ihe construction of the new Alberta, government- self-serve Iquor store to be built at 7th St. S., between 4th Ave. S. and 5th Ave. S. Ten general contractors submitted bids, the highest being A spokesman for the ALCB in Edmonton said Tuesday no lay-off of employees is expected with the self-serve store. Rear Addition For Gas Firm Glee Little Construction has ban jriiied a building permit tar construction erf a addition to the Canadian Natural Gas Co. Ltd. at 410 Stafford Drive. Tte rear addition will pro-Tide addrtioMl shop and Elected To Council Bob Gall, guidance psychologist with the Lethbridge public school district, hac been elected president of the Alberta Teachers' Association Guidance Council, a council for school specialists in student psychology. Mr. Can was me first president of the southwestern regional branch of the Guidance Council, founded in Lethbridge in 1968. He succeeds Dr. Al Herman a faculty member at the University of Jewellery Sf< A new jewenery and gift dap wffl open Thursday in UK CoOen Uall in Lethbridge. Called Margeurite's, it will be run by owner-manager Mrs. Margaret King and Mrs. Irene Berlaodo. A wide range of goods For Mall being carried in the store, including leather goods, vifcaoa wear, ornaments, purses, scarves and novelty items. The store design follows the wide-open style, according to [be DEMURE' CUNIC 324 5th SI. 5. n. Capitol EDDY DIETRICH. PIANO ADJUDICATOR HAROLD ZABRACK IN CONCERT Anne Campbell Singers Win Festival Mark Of 90 Nova price reduction NOW Adjudicator Robert Irwin of 1 Winnipeg said Monday .be .re- mmberd two distinct things from his visit in 1967 to the Lethbridge and District Ki- wanis Music Festival: the weather, which be didn't like, and the Anne Campbell Sing- ers, which be did. A return meeting between the local choir and the vocal aad choral adjudicator led to the group receiving the eight- day festival's first 90. Conducted by Lctbbridge reg- istered music teacher Anne Campbell, the choir was award- ed the one of three 90s given by Mr. Irwin Monday. Former top mark of the first three days of the festival was 89. The Campbell Singers took 90 lor its entry in the class for teen-age girls' cborus, for oon- 19 years and under. Mr. Irwin commended the choir for its "beautiful tone' and "brilliant, sparkling dic- tion." He described the per- formance as a "lour de force." Another 90 followed, for a sec- ond Campbell choir, the Teen Clefs. The 18-voice group woo the mark for its entry in the open class for female chorus. The adjudicator said it was "something of a privilege to bear choral singing on this level." Tlien Linda Johnson of Leth- bridge, singing in the vocal con- cert recital class, became the irst individual performer in the estival to receive a 90. Miss Johnson, winner of the Lethbridge Musical heatre trophy, was compli- mented for charge of Br work." She is a fine artist, most beautifully in Mr. irwin said. Earlier in the evening at the 'ates Memorial Centre, junior and senior lieder classes were udged by Mr. Irwin and piano adjudicator Harold Zabrack of t. Louis, Mo. W i n n e r of the Kate Bryce felson award for the best pi- anist in the junior lieder class was Kristien Berghams of Lieder is akin to a duet between Voice and instru- nent, usually the piano, and Knee is adjudicated for the performance of both the singer Rye Growers Plan Meeting Rye growers fa southern A] berta will consider forming an association, at an open meet ing for rye growers in the Champion community ha! Thursday at 8 p.m. Jim JlcFalle and Elmer Al fen, Unif arm representatives will attend the meeting, whic b being sponsored by the Champion FUA. Taber; Rente Orr Brand- Fort Maclcod and Monarch. OIRLS' FOLK'-. SONS SOLO, 14 ytlrs and under: RM Johnston, Lcffi- bridge; Lisa Corley, LrtfibrlAx. BOYS' FOLK SONG SOLO, 14 yean and under: Thomas Carter, Magratti; David ThcrahTir, LeflibrMge. GIRLS' F04X SONG SOLO, 17 yaan and under: Cheryl Jackson, Cardston; Judy Brirtner, Fortmosl. JUNIOR LIEDER, yean and under: Krislkn Berghmarw; Pat Hryn- Lethbrldge; Patricia Wozak, Na- Heita, He-u Siyton and Warner. SENIOR LIEDER, Open: LWe John- son, Ruth Nteboer, Lethbrtdge. -----------------------_, CHOR TEEN AGE GIRLS' ORUS, It years and under: Anne Campbell Slng- FOLK SONG CHORUS, It yean and _xfer: Anna CarnpbelI Singers, Leth- bridge. n. Lethbridge. FOLK SONG CHORUS, Open: Teen Clefs, Lethbridoe. FEMALE CHORUS. Open: Tean Clefs, Lethbridge. VOCA.L CONCERT RECITAL, Open: Linda Johnson. Lrthbrldge; John Nle- ST. AUGUSTINE'S PARISH HALL CANADIAN POETR.Y 11 years and nder: Carma Johnson, Macrath: Mar- la Snow, Raymond, tied rtlti C BreMCTton, Magrath. and pianist. Monday saw LESS Cortney SHAKESPEARE, SOLO, yean the opening OJILV INSPIRATION Dial-A-Thoughf OUP NEW NijMgetj classes in school choruses, for which many of the festival's trophies apply. These classes will continue today and Wed- nesday. All festival sessions are open o the public. Tonight, at the Yates agenda will feature choral groups (the Teen Clefs n three uncontested classes) and solo concert recitals. Sessions at St. Augustine's 'arish Han will feature piano classes, including performances of Bach partitas and Haydn sonatas. Classes continue Wednesday at the Yates, St. Augustine's, Southminster Church Hall and the Paramount Theatre, Wednesday afternoon's agen- da will include the first classes in instrumental, a school record- er cborus and rhythm bands. South minster Wednesday afternoon will highlight Span- ish and classical guitar. Festival Results MEMORIAL CITITKC PIANO SOLO, 8 years arvd under: Larry Hewill, Lelhbridge, tied with Ardrew Lerhbrides; AtarleM SUrntr, Lethbrldfre, tied Patrkti Erdos, SOMATIflA, IS years aftd Harm, Roxtnrw Laycock, PfAflO DUET, 14 years and Der.nU Evansoo and Rktiard HEn HINTS Cooking Is a neceislty. proper use of Kerbs raises It to an art. And tha possibility of growing your own herbs should rr.ofcc that art a pleasure. In Marga Oliver's Good Food learn how and what herbs you can grow successfully. You may surprised al some of Ihe" possibilities. And onco yonu've raised them, recipes such as Mixed Herb Butter, Garlic Vinegar and Green Beans. IN YOUR IETHBRIDCE HERALD WEEKEND and under: Terry Pith, Cardston. STORY TELLING, 10 years and flder: Parry McCXoald, Lethbrldga; Bob, Raymnnd. DIALECT, 12 years and under: Palmer, Raymond; Diane Ketler, Raymond. DIALECT, IS years and under: MV chele Raylor, Raymond; Melan'6 Gal- bra'rth, Raymond. LYRIC POETRY, Pre-scrool: Daw Dee Raymond) Susan Tak- eda, Raymond. LYRIC POETRY, Grade 2: Carl Vav elenak, St. Mary's; Dean Gallimore, Davidson. LYRIC POETRY, Grade I: Loony Walsvno, Raymond, tied with Robyr. Gtbb, Raymond; Leonard Holwegnfr, Central. DRAMATIC POETRY, W year! art L-nder: Debra Hartley, Cardtton; Mar. nl Virtue, CANADIAN POETRY, It years and under: Gall Kamltomo, Raymond. CANADIAN POETRY, If years and Sherl McFadden, Lethbridge; Grorla Kamitomo, Raymond, tied with Nsrda Hinman, Cardston. SOLO SCENES, 15 years and under: Sherl VcFidden, Lethbrldoe; Leth- bridge: Snarl Hohm, Spring Coulee. SOLO SCENES, IS years and under: Gall Kamitomo, 'Raymond; Marcla Lethbridge. SOLO SCENES: Open: Linda Carter, Magralh. SHAKESPEARE, II years and undtr: Gail Kamitomo, Rayn-ond, fled with Narda Hinman. Cardston; Linda Car- ter, Magralh, lied wtfli Marcla slw, Lethbrldge. SOUTH Ml NSTTK HALL BOYS' VOCAL SOLO.. II years: Doi-g'BS Waack, Robert Cardslon. GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO, 13 years: Mel- BItck, Lelhbrldge; Maria Lang- enbtrg. Lethbrldge. H years: Pat Od. Roberta Harrison, Coal- dale.. II years: Barbara Jameson, Lelhbrldge; Heather Klnnlburod, Tabtr. 16 years: Bomle.Jean Dobrt, Blair, re; Pal Llthbrldot. 17 years: Judy Foremostj Pat- ricia Gaszltr, Raymond. GIRLS' SACRED SOLO, 11 years and tnder: Barbara Lewis, Lethbrldge; Pal GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL. Grade 1: Susan Dudley, Raymond: Saidra Oh- no, Grade 9: Ress-F.lla Dyclc, R. I. BaVer; Donna Xlla3uchb Vfllson Jr. Hloh. PARAMOUNT THCATRt SCHOOL CMOSU5E5, Grades 3 and 4 Agnes. Davidson, D. Hagen. SCHOOL CHORUS, Grade J: St. Basil's, E. Wells: Assumption, SB, A. DucVelt, ELEMENTARY FOLK SONG, Dlv. 3: St. Basil's, E. lied Aqrcs Oavidson, 0. Hajeni Assurr-o- llsn. A. Duckelt. ELEMENTARY FOLK SONS, 3: DavHswi, D. Hagtn; St. E. IftlK. SCHOOL CHORUS, Grades S a.-d St. Joseph's, CMfda'e, SH- ter MODERN PIANO, CON1EMPOH- ARY, 16 years And under: Elaine Do- bekj B'alrmoro Louise Coslloai, Blairrr.cre. W.03ERH PIANO, IMPRESSION- ISM, IS years a-x! under: Kirk pralt, Blarrmsre: Irene Ccal- dale, lied with Werelle Arms'ong, Ici-.e Hal. PIANO DUET, OPEN: W.elcdle and Verella Armstrong, Hit. Nova Sedan. Nova Coupe. Now you can order the new popular economy family a ?185.00 price re- duction. The reduction applies to all six and eight cylinder Nova models. These Novas are equipped with the conventional rearview mirror. The day-night mirror, bias belted ply tires, cigarette lighter and seat belt retractors, .formerly standard, are still available as options. And, you get much more than you get on one of those smaller cars. A longer wheelbase and a better ride. Inner fenders to help prevent rust. Wider tread for greater stability. Rear windows that roll up and down. Available with Six or V8 engine with up to 300 hp. Boom for five or six big people. High resale value, And .as yoor Chevrolet dealer can tell you, a price reduction is an indication of how anxious he is to deal these days. car that's already priced smaller limn its lower priced thaa before, So cohie in and place your order now. .Pulling you first, keeps us first, 'Price rcduttion based cm Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices, xhicH include Federal Sales Tax. Right Car. Right Price. Right Now. AUTHORIZED CHEVY NOVA DEAIER IN IE7HBRIDCC SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET DEALER Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile (1959) Ltd. COKNfll 2ml AVE. AND tfh STKIH SOUTH, UTTHMIOOI, AlBRTA PHONE 327J147 ;