Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
ENJOY A IAS VEGAS FUNFEJT 3 Days 2 Nighli Addilional Dayi Avattablo Include) Airfare and Accommodation for Information one! Bookingi CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAU PKONe 328-3201 Kiwanis festival continues tonig By iMAIILKNK COOKSIIAW Herald Staff Writer Tlie stniidiiig liigti mark of 12 was awarccl Friday for llic third time in Hie 197? Kiwanis Music Festival, lliis time to the Tour Singers under the direc- tion of Anne Campbell in the Choral Societies division. The singers also received a mark of 90 from adjudicator Frederick Carter for their sec- ond song in the same division. Pianist Kathleen Holt re- ceived a 911 for her work in the 20th Century open class. Adju- dicator Delorcs Kealiey de- scribed it as "a shimmering performance." Tlie next high mark of Hie day went to Margaret Horvatli of Lclhhridge for her work in the accordion free Ijnss, 18 years and under class. Miss Jlorvath received an 89 for her performance. ST. AUGUSTINE'S HALL BOYS' SONG SOLO, 11 years jind under: Cr.ilg Bacec'fl, LetKbridge; Gerald Simons, Lethlirirjcie BOYS' FOLK SONG SOLO, H years and under: Mark David Johnson, Leltibridqe. BOYS' VOCAL SOLO. 15-17 years: Arlhur Llvtnci5twie. Lelhcridgc; Rob- erl Keeler, Raymond GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO. 13 years: Carolyn Ore'.vry. Stirling; Larl V.'ealh- crhead Clflreshclm. GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO, U ye.vs: CarU YoMd, Lelhbridae; Sharon Orr, L-lhbrldge and Sn.ircn Sarn, "GIRLS' FOLK SOUG SOLO. 11 years and under: Laurel H.ylley, Cardstcn; Carolvn Drewry, Stirling. BOYS' VOCAL SOLO. 17 years ana under, changed voices: Robert Keeler, Raymond; Thomas Carter, Magrallv FOLK BALLAD SOLO. modern Idiom, 14 years and under: Nclen Olsen. Mountain View FOLK SONG SOLO, cpem Judy Briltner, Lclhcrldge. FOLK BALLAD SOLO, modern Idiom, open: Rodney Gough, Taber. GIRLS7 SCHOOL VOCAL. Grade 1: Connie CuHorlh. Agnts Davidson; Melissa Koikes, Agnes Davldion, BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade 6: Blair shawchuk, Lakeview; Kevin Wiber. BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade J: Murray Malsey, Agnes Davidson; Scott Hedrlck. pleflwcod.Bav.t3en. SOUTHM1NSTER HALL ACCORDION ORIGINAL, 14 years and under: Ulrich OrachRnburg, Leln- ccomo, elgm and unrfer; Nina Schur- "rCCoTfe TRANSCRiPT.OM, nine vcars and under: Larry Gibbons, Plcrure BuHe; Nick Saler, Lethbridge. ACCORDION ORIGINAL, 10 years and under Lelh- bridqe; Richard Blair, Lelhbridgt, A C C O R DION TRANSCRIPTION, 13 years and under: Ernest Lelhbrldge; Harvey Labuhn, Leln- bAdCecOn DION TRANSCRIPTION, 11 years and under; Calr Cla-issen, CoaWale; Brenda Baerq, Lethbndrfc. ACCORDION ORIGINAL, 11 years and under: Karen Filiner, Uelh- bridqe; Carl Claassen, Cwldale. ACCORDION ORIGINAL, eight years and under: Nick Saler, Le1h- Oavid Boras, Pidure OuUe. ACCORDION ORIGINAL, nine years and under: Mem ax, 'KEYNOTES'7 Nothing will age a man fatter than furicuily saving money for hii old age. Remember iKc good old days, when a demons Ira for was a guy who sold potato peelers? A woman r v c r n woman who drives tHo same way a men docs only she gets blamed for i1. Although children ore do- ducfiblc, I hey can also very taxingl We hear Hollywood h In such money trouble thoj if They filmed Snow White the Seven Dwarfs today, they'd UMJ Mickey Rooney und six mirrors, Tox ui when your bond needs nnother at MUSIQAND SUPPLIES LTD. 13lh St. and 3rd Ave. S. telhhridge. Phone 327-1016 b Marks of 87 went to Laurel Hartley of Canlston in the girls1 folk song solo, 14 years and under division and to Pat Skcilon, took second place in the 20th Cctilury open class. The festival concludes to- night will) all performances in the Vales Memorial Centre, and adjudicated by Delores Keahey and Frederick Carter. The eveiling will consist of one class each in family music and light opera, and four di- visions of musical theatre. Admission is 75 cents for adults and 25 cents for stu- dents, and classes begin at p.m. Follow-ups to the festival are the Concert of School and Ju- nior Stars Thursday at 8 p.m. and Ihc Stars of the Festival Concert Friday at 8 p.m., both in the Yates Centre. plhbfldg-; Jean Bcdnar, Lethbridge, ACCORDION DUET, 10 years and Timmy and Johnny Kuhn, Lelhbridsc. ACCORDION DUET, 13 years and ider: Darfene Kaskiw and I v a n o araulin. Lelhbridge; Carl Claassen id Donald jarvle, Cciilcfale, bridge. ACCORDION' TRANSCRIPTION, 12 years and under: Donald Jarvie, Le1h- -idge; Arl l.igl, Lclfib ridge. ACCORDION TRANSCRIPTION. 10 years and under: Ernie Bajrakrare. ir, Lntrvbridgc. ACCORDION FRFF BASS, 18 years id under; Margaret Horvalli, Lefh- bridge. ACCORDION ORIGINAL, 15 years and under: Oebra Rauriala, Barons r rien Thiessen, Lethbridqe. ACCORDION TRANSCRIPTION, 16 ;ars and under: Horvalh, Lei hb ridge; Karen Boullon, Lclh- britfcc. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE GROUP PIANO, Frrsl Year: Susan Bullied, Lelhbridqe. GROUP PIANO, Second Year: Lin- da Forcjek, UrhbridgG and Charles Landry, Leltibridge. GROUP PIANO, Third Year; agg, Lethforldge. PIANO SOLO, Not more than two ytars of irudy: Richard Smllh, Le1h- brldgc; Wendy AW j den, Lclhbrltlga Hed with Deborah PLimbley, Lelh- bridqe. PIANO SOLO, Not mors fhan three years of sludy: Cindy Wlens. Le1h. bridge; Cecilia Malkas, Lelhbfldge. CHORAL SOCIETIES, 19 years and FOLK SONG CHORUS, 14 years and under: Choralollers, Csrdston; South SUNDAY SCHOOL or' JUNIOR CHURCH CHOIR: Soulhrnlnsler Ju nlor Girls1 Choir; Knox Unilcd Churcf- Junior Choir. CHOIR BOYS' SOLO: Mark John son, Lelhbrltfge. BOYS' SACRED 501.0, 16 years and under; Arthur Livingston, Lelh bridge; Thermal Carter, Ma gram, GIRL' 5 AC R E D SOLO, 1 i years end under: Gay Plomp, Lnthbrldge; Doreen Sommerfeldr, Carditon. VIOLIN CONCERTO, cpen; Valerie Horvath, Lelhhridge. BACH FRENCH OR ENGLISH SUITES, open: Faith Harms, Lelh- brldnc; Naomi Hnyt, BEETHOVEN SONATA, senior: Ed- die Gnandt. Lelhbridge; Jamie Chiz- tnazia, Hardleville. 20TH CENTURY, open: Kathleei Holt, Lethbrlcfge; Pat Skallon, Ltlh bridge. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade 7 Gordon Bessellng, Lethbridge; Louis Mate, Lelhbridfje. GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade Wendy Watson, Agnes Davldscxi; Shauna Steed, Lakeview, Cynlh Chapman, FlPelwood-Bavvden SCHOOL CHORUSES, Grade, 5: As- sumption, T; Aqnes Davidson. MOVING? OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES ORIGINAL Oil PAINTINGS CUSTOM FRAMING -t Fine qualiPy material at low, low prices I HOUSE OF FINE ART I 409-5 St. South Phone 328-1314 3rd door north of Greyhound Bui Depot SlorA Tuei., and Sal. 9 o.m, to p.m. Thuri, and Frf. 9 a.m ,to 9 p.m. The lethbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Saturday, April 29, 1872 PAGES 11 'JO 11 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Summer It coming. Ba ready with a pair of PrcicrfpTion Sunglanoi. t-tt J -i -i- IATE LICENCE LINE-UP The provincial admfnistra- tion building, motor vehicle branch was a popular placs Friday, or so it seemed. All these people were waiting anxiously outside the door and hoping the clock wouldn't slrike midnight Sunday before they got En, That's the lime they must have their 1972 licence ptoles, if they want to operate their vehicles without paying a fine. Some of their compatriots even waited until today but they had to go to the AVlA building, Faulds Photo Fort Whoop-Up archeological dit r Plans for excavating the his- torical Fort Whoop-Up site ap- pear to have been scuttled. "It's not dead but said Dr. Barney Reeves or tlie University of Calgary's arche- ology department. The Oppoiiunities for Youth program brought about the de- mise of the Fort Whoop-Up plans when it turned thumbs down on a request for a grant to finance the project. Dr. Reeves said 10 students from the University of Lctli- bridge and 10 from the Uni- versity of Calgary would have been involved in the four- month-3ong excavation. He said similar projects all across Canada got the same treatment, "except in Manitoba where the CFY director is a former Dr. Heeves said its possible that some money can still he raised from private sources. Failure to raise money would mean that this valuable histori- cal site would be left at the mercy of vandals and souvenir hunters who have already made their mark on (he Jami- scape. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Bldg, 222 Sth St. S. Phone 328-4095 He said the historical value ot the area could be ruined within a year unless Jt is ex- cavated. Alex Johnson, president of tlie Southern Alberta Historical Society, expressed support for the proposed excavation. "Generally speaking, fa- vor he said. "It's being vandalised, and there's always tlie danger of the river cutting through and destroying it completely. "It is hard to say what a dig could tell us, hut." I'm sure it would tell us a lot." Mr. Johnson said the sociel; may even be interested ir niaking a financial contribution for sucli a project. "However, it would be mini mal or ajid it vouli have to be approved by the ex ecutive first." Abortion freedom urged by Liberal meeting speaker Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE thing ahont improving (heir po sition, she said. "Unions hnvo not supporte women in (he past, and (tier is no indication they are doin it now. There has never beei to my knowledge, a strike de- manding equal pay for women such ns there has been for oil cr minority groups getting low er pay." Trustees meet with, teachers CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MBDICAl DENTAl BLOG. PHONE 327-7822 '3'3 06 JO unug aes anpA Joj. (S9q sijj joj. jng eq aimp 4011 op AlNVSclVM 3OVS3AO3 SH1NOW Hy RON CAI.mVKI.L Both sides were 11011 com- utal following a 'JO-minute iceting of public school (rus- es and the Ixithbridge luca! the Alticr'a Teachers' Asso- ation Friday to discuss the of scrr.piiing region- bargaining. Tho separate school hoard as not invited to the meeting, espile the fact that both oards had equal reprcsenta- on on the I.cthhridge-Medicine !at School Authorities Associa on. John Boras, separate hoard hairman, was not available or comment on his board's ap- arent exclusion from the tecting. Mr. Boras was chairman of he four-board bargaining com- mittee during Ihe last round of onlract negotiations. Bill Cousins, president of .elhbridge local 41 of the ATA, aid nothing was really de-: idcd at the meeting "but the act that they are meeting witti us is a good sign." Mr. Cousins said he expected uore such meetings will he icld but no dates have been set. Carl Johnson, chairman of he public school hoard, com- mented following the session, 'I can't say anything at the iresent time. It was just an ex- change of ideas today and noth- ing was settled." There has been growing pres- sure from both sides to do away with regional bargaining n favor of local contract talks. Some trustees have been reluctant to agree to sucli a move because they fear tlie ATA would call upon profes- sional n e g o t i a tors which would mean that only Ihe Irus- ,ees would be bargaining with local personnel. Several trustees have ex- jressed the view privately that they would prefer to bargain lo- cally, but as a matter of prin ciple, they won't agree to It un- til they receive iron-clad assur- ances that tlie ATA will also bargain locally. Break-ins investigated City police are investigating a break in early this morning at John and Wimp Shell ser vice, 3rd Ave and 9lh St. S., from which in cash was taken. Entry was gained by break- ing a window, police said. Break in attempts early this morning at Ing's Grocery 9th Ave. and 9th St, S. and the Firestone Store, 3rd Ave. and 8th St. were unsuccessful. Reg Turner, public school board tru-stee, and S'.evo Vasc- trustee on the separate) board, have openly advocated breaking away from the re- gional bur-gaining unit. Mr. V a s e 1 e n a h attempted several ago to pcrsuado Ihe separate board to withdraw f r o in the association but his motion was rlefeated. Comnuinil-y sports field planned A parkland and community sporLsfield adjacent to UIQ Lake-view school will be com- pleted this jcar. The existing six acre Lake- view park and playground will be expanded eastward to in- clude four more acres of land. The development will be part of the south Lcthbridge green strip, which stretches from Scenic Drive to ttie Henderson Lake Golf Course, Bill Brown city parks and histroical oper- ations supervisor said. Work this year will include he instalalion of a sprinkler system, grade developm e n t and seeding, an area for group picnics, toilets and a conces- sion stand for the minor base- hall league. The city has bud- geted for the'project. LCC gracl today Students at the Lethhridgo Community College officially graduated this afternoon during ceremonies held Southmins- ler United Church. W. James Cousins, professor of history at the University of Lethbridge, delivered the key- note address. The graduation ceremonies proceeded a banquet and dance at the Exhibition Pavilion. IWSVMVH LETHBRIDGE KAWASAKI Hardieville Rood, 13th Street North Phone 327-6117 AIR CONDITIONERS STARTING AT Charlton Hill ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 OLD PAL 2 TRAY PLASTIC TACKLE BOX Reg. 5.95 SPECIA1 4.77 URGE CANVAS FISHING CREEL 2.99 Reg. 3.75 SPECIAL ?LASTIC HOOK REMOVER Reg. 25c 4 SPECIAL I Up Call Sporting 327-5767 DOWNTOWN PHONE 'N' EAT Tantalizing Chinese Food Lotus Sunshine Fried Chicken Delivered to your door steaming hoi No Delivery Charge for Orders over JUST CAR I T I I (T 327-0240 OR I I I I i From Tho 327-2297 L V I W tj CPR Open Weekday! 7 o.m. 2 a.m. Sundavi 11 a.m. 9 p.m. PHAVORSTE 'So--we can't spell worth a dam you should see our fotograffs."