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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHUIDGE HEUID Thurwloy, April M, ItTfl Coaldale Chorus Has Three Firsts In Music Festival The Happy Wanderers from Coaldale went happily wander- ing home Ibree firsl place scores ill the Wednesday morn- ing school chorus division o( the Lelhbridge and District Ki- wanis Music Festival. Tne all girl singing group, under Ite direction of D. E. Humphreys, look Drsl place in all the events it entered and received the highest score Jotn Pauls has awarded during the first five days ot the festival. ilr. Pauls said when the group "sang about a bat, you could see the bat flying around." Soprano Linda Johnson of Lethbridge received her second 90 at the festival [or her per- formance in the open oratorio solo class. Adjudicator Robert Inrin said her performance was "This sirfer always delights me because of the freshness and (reeness of her singing She always identifies herself with her music." She is the first individual performer to win two 90's. The highest score in the guitar section was given to classical guitar player Philip Malkas of Lxrtbbridge. Adjudi Tax forms At Post Office Local postal officials stated today they have received a ft T-l income tax forms from smaller post offices in southern Alberta district. They will be Available as long as supplies lasi upon request a the post office. The district taxation office in Calgary said that there will be no extension of time in the fil ing of returns due to lack T-l forms. An official In the departmen stated that the individual hat responsibility in making certai he has the proper form and caa acquire these upon reques from the income tax depar tnents either in Calgary or Of tawa. lor William Bridges said alkas had played "txercen- ously" wdl. He also said that meone in Lethbridge is doing i really impressive job of aching guittr." Wednesday the only day guitar participation, in the estival. The school choruses from Si. aid's and St. Basil's Schools, directed by EUyn Mrils, have jeen claiming many first place ositions. The Soutli minster Girt' Choir, another Anne Camnbel group, took first place in" lyre more classes Wednesday eve- ning. During the same session, Me Wop United Church Choir under tix direction of Frank rard edged out Southminster Inited Church Senior Choir under the direction of W. M VooUwuse by two points. Tbe onner choir received scores o 0 and 15; the latter scons o and 83. Tonight's program at th fates Memorial Centre wi school binds; the pro [ram at St Augustine's Paris lall, individual singing per- ormances. Both programs start at School choruses continue at the Paramount Theatre Fri- day, and piano mntjrnim at the .Yates. Friday afternoon be first of the solo mstnucen- al sessions will be bekl in JouUnninster All sessions ire: open to the public. School Official Says Information Not Lacking By JIM WILSON tKtlim Writer tot FfUOWSMT-Dr. T. H. Brian Haig, former terhbridge residerrl now lecturer In surgery at the University of Saskatchewan hat received a from hhe Canadian Life Injure nee Association: Dr. Haig will receive per year on a five-year research project studying ways of preventing of the pancreas. He it the son of Dr. and Mri. A. A. Haig of lethbridge. Another wai awarded by the CLIA to Dr. Carol A. Cawell of the University of Toronto. Sugar Company Ordered To Improve Waste Handling Youths Caught With Parts Two Eroota youths, Jack Lyle Redelback, 19, and David SchulU, 17, wen remanded to May 6 in magistrates court Thursday after being caught stealing ear parts from Dunlop Ford Sties Ltd.' at a.m. Thursday. When UK youths were taken into custody by a police con- stable on the beat they were found to have 1600 worth of sto- len car parts from Dunlop Fort and College Mercury Sales Ud, in their possession. Each is free on cash haQ Public schools siperinteadeat Dr. o. P. Larson has been _re than viilling" give public trustees all the tte they said they needed to mate their divided school year decent, says public school board -fail-nun AlasUir Mont. He WK commentaliig on ac- cusations from Dr. W. J. Craaley, who resigned from the sepmt school board n pro- test over That be termed a fb demand for t rub- ber stamp" approval of the divided school year for 1971. (Dr. Cranley, who had been separate school board chair- man, 'added he was defiaildy in fiver of contirattng the div- ided school year, but jet want ed more time to consider t special report the :hro boards aow have.) "We abo want' to make perfectly clear that as trustees m. attempt to parents in the them the best education for1 their Mr. Mont said able to make the right decisia." Mr. Hoot said. Both Mr. Mm) and trustee Itn. Gladys Redfen said W- _ Dr. Crtnley-s that tie; cwkfc't set why badfit had enough bite to consider the evaluative material availaMe (pretcaM i> preSm- inary by Utivertiiy of Lethbridge pnfeaur Dr. Ven atee it hid OMB araflabk far several days. Mrs. Redferi said, "a joint of pn- troB both KOMI dis- tricts bis ctodied the divided school year aid it their recomibeiditiuDS we were k taring." Dr. Craoley has suggested be win-rat in the byelectian tha wffl likely be called to fin the vacant separate school bom Pricing Charge represent the BringS Term citv. to eve B The Alberta cabinet Wednes- day issued orders to officials of Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd., to improve the waste treatment [acUiues at the company's two sugar refineries, at Taber and Picture BuUe. The orders are for the esta- blishment of secondary treat- ment facilities for the waste products prior to discharge into the Oldmra River. Dwight W. Purdy, CSF man- ager at Lethbridge, said Thurs- day he bad not received the of- ficial order from the govern- ment but the company al- ready involved in a program to provide a CO per cent reduction on the present biochemical oxy- gen-demanding wastes entering the river. "The first stage of this pro- gnun, which will cost severs hundred thousand dollars, will be ready for Uta year's sugai refmDg run aod DK stage should be completed by September, 1971." He said aH this improvement is being done even though the To Exhibition The Alberta cabinet recently approved a grant to the Lethbridge Exhibition Associa- tion for this year's agricultural fair prize money, and as part of mortgage payments on (he exhftjra'on buikSogs. The grant which was same as in past years, is the main goveroirxnt grant ceived by the association. Tbe cabinet also approved grants of JIOO.OOO each to Ed- monton and Calgary, and 000 to Red Deer. LCC ETE4KEB F. C iresUeat if AAtrta Ixutafe W Trrhnlip ii Calgary, vfl kc featenl tfeaker tt tf tit LetkhrUge Ctmmmitj CMeft. Tke LOC gntoatiM ke heU Sattr- at UaiM Churh it p.m- Robber Sought A male suspect is stffl sought by city police in conoecnm with the taafe-point holdup of t service station, attendant n euuridge Monday. The atteadabt wac robbed of m from the each register and hie own wallet. P o li c e describe the suspect as about 20 years cU, 150 pounds ani of stocky buttd. He ts about five feet seven inches tall.and has brown-blonde bar. If somebody ever tells you he drives on economy import with a 96 h.p, engine that goes 100 nup.h.r has a safer, impact absorb- ing body, the safest suspension money can buy, a wrap-around air flow system that keeps windows clear, that it looks great, handles like a dream and that he bought it from us for only S2345 believe him. (2-DOOX) its the DATS UN 1600 the more-for-your-money car Dahum from FOREIGN CAR (Formerly Mechanic Salet ltd.) Corner 3rd Ave. and llth St. S. (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. DATSUN Phont 327-3933 A HardieviQe man, Clarence ililler, was sentenced to 3 SMILEY'S PLUMBING GIASS UMCD MATHt HEATBB S120 AND Phorw IfTHBRJDGE BUDDHIST CHURCH CHOW ME IN SUPPER IETHKDGE BUDDHIST CHURCH IM llrii St. N. Labatft THE TRUE-BLUE FRIENDLY BEER Labatt's ;