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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta AjwM M, Ttf UTHUIDGI HBALD -1 4 II Y Nurses Needed In CUSO Program Letlibridge Scientists In Ottawa Dr. N. D. Hotaes, Dr. W. 0. Baufe, Dr. D. L. Strublt and Stuart McDonald, all MieatMs at the Lethbridge Rtmeurb Station, will sit on a national Chamber Policies To Be Rewritten OJSO -the CanMtiM IM- wraty Services gently needs volunteer qualified mnea for work in India and Requests from CUSO's meda- coontriei for nnnfaaf aux- ihariet, tewMag 4ptomi and degree JCTtl nurt- ng program, vard aiiininiiiia" tkn and clinical inttructiaB in all sfteUOHtf, pobbe hedtt dcpMtmcBt give priority to requests for UK two oraatrtM (or up to 3D A few RNi with only one year of experience will be accepted, although preference wiD be (mn for more experienced per- CVSO U a national assoeia- tta that provides ptfliessiaaJ- Jy aid aadmctJlT eonpeteot riniiliW.il to oeet new mae- imscr nojotrementa of dewaop- irc eoaotriet. The Totatanr work, iMtinf two or ttree Tears, is to evayoue interested need not be um- fexsity sfairlntfa now. Jobs would include m schools in the two dealing wkh priorities in pesaode re- MflsTCiL The is b Ottawa ttwj wexk where the wOl renew ai UK, sat) new ids ander tests. Pesti- cide nnailinu, effectirene r-4nrrti nursing, operating room nnag vd family All nurses interested in ap- or seeking more inior- nation shoukl mntaH Dr. 5. S. wffl ate be studied. Anant at Ue Unrmsity of Leth- bridge, SZ7-Z171. Three Letfabridge students will be working with CUSO this year, and two more will likely be accepted. Teresse Gall, 1421 tfh Ave. N., a BA student in joology at the Unrffnity of Lerhbridge, will a CUSO Tohmteer in West Africa. Gerald and Tereaa Newell, also U of L students, will work in Malaysia. Mr. Newell is a BA student in biochemistry and Mrs. Newell is a hospital laboratory technician. ELBCTRICmr RATES Electricity dropped In UOtridge daring from .71 per kflowatt hour in UM eeats in The deeresse attriboted to lower main- coats and reduced fuel JoUiffe Dancers Excel At Saskatchewan Festival Three dancers of the JoUiffe Academy of Dancing won 11 first placte and 10 awards at the Saskatchewan Dance Fesii- ral last week in Moose Jaw. Carol Joffiffe, 12, was award- ed four trophies and a scholar- ship for full tuition to the Royal Winnipeg Ballet summer school Mist Joffifie was accounted the most promoshig dancer at tbo festjyal and won three other trophies for: best solo elasstcal dance perfonwr, 12 years and under; highest of the top three marks in the festival, highest mark in classical ballet Annie Lacier, 11, won a schol- arship awarded at the discre- tion of the adjudicator to promising student Miss Laokr abo won a trophy for the high- est mark in classical for contestants 11 years and under. A third Lethbridge entrant, Mary Lee Hopkins, 13, won a tian for her performance In classical bauet classes. Hiss Joffiffe and Hut Lan- ier won a trophy, jointly, for the nighest mark in character duet lire pair, plus Uss Hopkins, also won a trophy for the higb- 'est mark in characterdance for euuiu witfa three or more persons. Adjudicator .was VBoa Rob- ertson of National Ballet School. Totes Concert Sunday Features Local Groups Two local groups, the Pouat of Interest, and We Two, will pres- ent a concert of popular and fob musk Smday at 8 p.m. at the Yates Memorial Centre. His show is spummed jointly by the Lethbridge Association for the Mentally Retarded and radio station CHEC. Proceeds will go to the as- sociation. The Point of Interest, Letb- brldge's best-famm folk pop group, comprises leader Mike Sutherland, Don Runquist, She- Pisko, Grant Pisko and Ton Hudson. TTae We Two, which apedal- bes in folk music, consists al Wendy MfJarland and K a t h y Pisko. Tickets for the concert are (TBilable at Leister's Music Store and CHEC. HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THl WAMHOUSC 1930 2nd S., THURSDAY, APRIL ,30th SALE STARTS tM. TBIMS CASH NO tBBtVI HaiHcrafter's corabinatioii radio-Tecord player and TV; Nice old buffet; Good Imperial 7 cu. ft. deepfreeze; suites each with 4 chairs; Good Coronado fridge (late Marconi TV; Zenith wringer washer; Good Frigidaire fridge; Nice household deck; food propane chick brooder (like 2-Compiete M" beds; Mofiat K" electric range; Twin rinse tabs; Light green bathtub; Brawn chesterfield and chair; Nice 54" box spring and mattress; Chrome table; Bine kum'e; M" electric ranges; Chrome high chair; Lawn mowers; Floor lamps; Table lamps; Desk lamps; Rug; Small propane bottle; Dishes; Mbonatfar; Flight bag; Step stool; End table; Lawn chain; Garden sprayers, TO BE SOU) AT I P.M. A GOOD Of TOCXS omj EOUPMENT FROM ONI CONSBltNO Oft Farmcrest Rotntffler with 4 h.p. engine; Garden tractor with rnower, blade and plow; Table saw with Vi h.p. electric motor; 20" gae power mowers; motors; Sump pomp; Bench grinder with h.p. motor; pump; Chains; Bench rise; Pipe vise; W electric drffl; electric drill; Drill bits; 2-Hyd. jacks; Small socket sets; Tap and Dye set; Pipe cutter; Come-along; Oompntsor and motor; Breast drill; Pipe wrenches; Brace and Wtj; Extension cords; Nail puller; Plane; Saws; Ex- tension cords; Vise grips. Many more hand tools. Winchester Pnmp 12 gauge shotgun; Remington pomp B; Wat) safe; Pots and pans; Carmer; Canned goods; CoroMdo fridge; Imperial deepfreeze; Good rubber lire wheel ben-row; 1 ton chain hoist; 6 ft. step ladder. 1 j It-Part Rote linofcran roll dear nMk floor cererinf GaDcos floor cement i-Boies ceramic tilei Boxei asbestos Warehouse troDey Deck Chrome TaMe orxf i WHW, irmmr THAIUII HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. flwm niMTOS 2nd Avt. t. TTO KfWIY Ik. 41 Kim ROMANN Lie. 431 Several Alberta Cbamber tl Commerce) paskiei, ioduding the agrieulbnl policy, will be jwritten tfce annual mertaig ia Hedteko Htt May 1 Juee land i. "In eome CMM, cbtferent flacnben frvn the province eoterad on policy to thb special policy ii said general manager of tte LtObridge "These chambers win cow be askeJ to get to formu- laic one cocnmaa pofccy to sub- mit to the aonnal be Speakers for the iimi'm are the Honorabte Forrest H. soii, governor 4f the Honorable H. A. (Bud) Olson, fecteral ntinisler agri- culture and A. Gordon Arcbi- fl, prHucOst of the board of daraeton for Maritime Telegraph and Tele- phone Ltd. Included to the three day meeting ic a panel on the white laper on taxation by Finance Minister J, Edgar Benson. Moderator for the panel is C. Miller, past president of the Alberta Chamber. Panellists include John Thorn son, president of Thornton billing of Calgary; W. J. Sell born, manager of Cliff plant of Dominkn Glass Co Ltd., and Elmer Allen, econo- mist for I'nfarm AffierU Edmontse. There will be a ladies' tour including a luncheon, a tour of the city and a sherry and flow er arrangement party. Mr. Bowns aaid he expects about MX people from Letr, bridge to attend. YATEl MEM041UL CtNTIII AIKO SOLO, 11 and undtr: ;tnda Swaruwi, A'JciutL isher, Le'haridst. BACH PAINO, 13 ytart (.njer: arcrt Pczil, bt'Jttit, tied wi'h ArLa (man, Lelr-.brLdof; Dtnnb Evar.son, aber, lied Laurie FuTaoalll, MODE KM PIAHO, CONTEMPOR- ARY, 14 years ard Faim Harms, tM with Laurk Debra Fln.1, Blalrmore. led wrft Gayla Corularao, SACK PIANO, IS veen and unkr: Gayia CcVar.lo, SclleviM, Wendy JUNIOR VOCAL ENSEMBLE: H ears unoer: Lelh- Rerctne gathered from the city of Letbbridge eiectric sy tern during totalted up 73 per cent tram Music Festival Results CHOK CHORAL SOCIETIES, II yiari a.id under: Teen Cleis, Ltthixidge. MADRIGAL ENSEMBLE, Open: aen Cleh. LeNxldse. CONCERT GROUP, Open: Linda Jehraofl, Lethbridaet John LathbcUge. ST. PAHtW HALL SHAKESPEARE SOLO, 1! ytarl a-4 jnder: Shcrl McFadden, LtlhtnV led with Raym. Shjrl Hrtim, Spring Ou'ee, lied wttrt Drew Ga'bril'h, LYRIC-POETRY, Grade 7: Mlchaela Kinehen, St. Mary's; Laurel Lee Hart ley, LYRIC POETRY. Gnde 3: SMryne Rude, Paula Harper, Lake- view, lied Lori Roedrxxne Lakevlew. BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade 5 Michael NswUn, Devldxn, By ron Bawden. BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grede Pa] Parscnage, M1Lsm. GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL, 10 Roxanne Kfltrakb, Churchill, Lock, Churchill. PIANO SOLO, Open: JeHrey Ca men, Lembrldge. BACK PARTITAS: CMlijln. lalrrnore. KAYOS SONATA, Open: Ed Gnarxlt, elhirldse; Kirk MuSDrell, Blalrmcft. SOJTHMIHSTfR HALL DRAJWTIC POETRY, II year) wder: Takeda, Dir.a altrallh, Rlirmgod. CHARLES CICKEKS PROSE, 1! ear; and under: KUHe On'ef. Clartv Cecily Kenwood, tethbrldoe. LYRIC POETRY, Grade I: Cllhcilc Kilril. Grade II: Maureen SrWe. Ray- PARAMOUNT THEATRE BOYS' CHORUS, Dlv. 1: Vi'tstmLv !er Beys' Choir, E. Pollock! St. BaiU's, E. Melis. SCHOOL CHORUS. Graie X: mond EJerrer.tary, V. Rtdd; Asitrnp- A. Duckett. GIRLS' CHORUS, Dlv. 1: St. Blill'l, E. MeilSj EFetrentary, M. V. Jornton. PUBLIC SCHOOI-, Dlv. 1 Chorrt: it. Basll'i, E. Raymcnd mentery, V. Redd. SCHOOL CHORUS, Grade 1: JvVe aA'dtn, E. St. Paul'l, E. Mem, IM Svsie lafrden. p. Mar. n. DUET, 1? vtarj t-j) vnder: ShlpT.art and Meeks, Diars.e rJLlr-.Iyl-ra and fo. Raynond. U gnder: Maria and Marcaret LanTtft- LelhbfMje; Dtbfcy Schrder and SJwrl U yean and wvitr: EllzabeTn Cvnxk and Pet- rfcli O-CcrT.ell, Ltthbfkiw; Men a Rea Tagg and Wfndr Card- iton. SUNDAY SCHOOL OR CHURCH CHOIR, 13 year! and Under: SxilhrrL-iSier J.ntw Girls' LCn- and Cerlllcn Choir, Boys' CHORUS (Unchanged Valets) United Church Bffya' CMlr, Lerhtcldse. FOLK SONG CHORUS, li yaan a-d under: Sovlhmlnster JunTor GJrli' Chclr, Lelhbrljc-e; IfM FcJk COULD YOU U CONNED? Do you unknowingly let yo-jrveK up for twindlers? Many naive end greedy lose- money to con men operating right in the viclim'i home. If you've ever been asked fa join a pyramid or been approached by a repairman you aidn'l calf, chances are t you were dvped. To be on guard, read about the com- mon types of fraud. In your Letfibriciga Herald Weekend ON SALE SHOWER OF VALUES STRETCH A JUMPSUITS PANTY fhn titutMt HOSE 15' 4-6X Reg. Kresge Price 2.99 Pnce Pr. THUIIS, One size fits Seamless mesh nylon are topped with, a panty britjf. Good s-t r-e-t-c h" in -Extra comfort and easy-care styling- rti earrrtenti BeiflP or m Short sleeves and losing are details." Spring shades. fjX S1BVK SFORT SHIRTS 199 Stock up for Sprlngl Lots of variety In colon sttts now at CASUAL PANT TOPS IN COLORFUL HUNTS Reg. Kresge Price 6.54 SPECIAL x 4.99 THURS. fRI. SW. Trl-Acetats toppers have bracelet length sleeves. Misses'sizes r. SO FOOT GREEN TRANSLUCENT HOSE fef. Xnsj: Price 2.57 SPECIAL 1.97 1HURS.FRI.EAT. POLYETHYLENE POTTED REDCERAJnOM RetKresje Price 3tf SPECIAL 77' THUrS. ml, SAT. GEORGETTE PRINTED NYlONrXADMUARK fief. Knsp Price SPECIAL 4-8? HYLONS FIRST QUALITY Kresge Price 4-1.00 I. SAT, TOYDU LOfW Rei. Kresge ti'ivs SPECIAL 2.57 1HURS, FRI. SAT. NEWDAWN HAIR COLOR SHAMPOO 14 SHA0ES HAND GARDEN TOOLS CULTIVATORS TRANSPLANTERS TROWELS-WEEDERS Kresga Price Each SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED ;