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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta PRESFATATION TO LIBRARIES in memory of her We husband L. H. Biissard, Mrs Alra Bussard, right, recenlly presented copies of Mr. Bussard's master's degree thesis, The Early History of Calgary, to Don Wick, left, chief librarian at the University of Lethbridge, and George Dew, centre, chief librarian at the Lethbridge Public library. Mr. Bussard was superintendent ol the city's public schools from 1951 lo 1967, and an annual Bussard Creativity Medal is presented lo an elementary school student in his memory. 1HI LETWtlDCE HtMID 15 Up With People Show In City Tuesday A happening, explainuag so- cial changes and what is hap- peaing in the world, set to mu- sic sill be held in the Letii- bridge Exhibition Pavilion May 5 at 8 p.m. Up With People, uilli cast of ia> young people between Uw age of 16 aid 25 from al- most every country in the vvorld, Hill lell tteir stay b m-jsic lo Ihe Uthbridge com- Polish Event Saturday V Polish-Canadian Assocta-] Ikic Df LeUibridge will bold its annual banquet and ball on Sat- urday in (he Polish Hall, 734 13 St. North, la celdiralkg )Ls 2Wh year as i organization a presentation of the Polish-Canadian Con- gress crests will be made, to citizens who have distinguished themselves in the conUnuaLko of Polish-Canadian culture. Chief Judge L. S. Turcolte of Leihbridge Hill be guest speak- er. Oiher invited speakers will be -Mayor and Mrs. Andy An- oersoa, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Laiie, Father Marian, resenting the Roman Catholic clergy tor the district. Waller Matesza, president of the as- sociation will be chairman of the- proceedings. munity with a two-hour musi- cal show that has been perform- ed in 47 state and 31 coun- tries. ill Downs, general manager of the Letbbridge Chamber nl Commerce said, "The group gets across a message lo the youth of Ihe country that things have lo be done so let's get go- g- "For this privilege of singing lo the youth of the country, ev- metnbJf of the cast pays J60 per month. The admission, is used to pay expenses." -Mr. Bowns slid the group puLs on a very movnc perform- ance as ambassadors of youth. "A capacity audience is the least the people of Lethbridge can do (or these young men and women." Up With People is an educa- tional n o n-profit corporation aimed at "providing man with a new positive perspective con- cerning the future." Since the group wants to keep expenses dfwn, they are asking any interested persons or groups to billet or more tcembers of the ginup fmm Monday afternoon to Wednes- day morning. Any interested persons are asked lo contact Nadine Philbin at s-8332 before Friday, May 1. Tickets lor the performance nill be given lo people billeting members of the cast. Tickets for the performance are 50 advance and ?2.50 Jen- era', with }l off for students. Tickets are available at the Pa- vilion office. Develop irwra tlmitflh mind nwrgy and living EXPAND POTENTIAL REALIZE MORE HAPPINESS through TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION PUBLIC LECTURE PEMMiCAN CLUB p.m. FRIDAY MAY NO ADMISSION x SftOtt Singer Must "Act1 Says Adjudicator By junr WALKER Herald SUn Writer "A anger must be an aid John Pauls, adjudicator of school classes at the Lethbndge and District Kiwanis Musi e Festival, "He must feel and act what he is singing. Mr. Pauls, a native of Coal- dale, who DOW works witti fee music division of Ihe provnxia] government cultural develop- ment branch in Edmonton, sing's and acts w he ad- judicates. He dances about Kgbtty to Il- lustrate a delicate point in a nog and bounces up and down to stow the galloping effect of a song about horse riding. He sings "Good jnorang. It's a wonderful day isn't it." (And torn adds "No I doo't ttuk He tdls the student soloists and members of school chorus- es to take the time to build all t the pictures and paint all of the words. "How many al have ever been fidnng and not caught a he asked a group mi- ing about a day out fishing. "V you've ever caught a fish" he suggested "you'd really be able to feel and sing the excite- ment." He stresses tie use of elas- ticity in atnging to make "April a really 1-o-vely lady" and to make gold sound really valuable. He advised one group of chil- dren lo he "sneaky" when they sing about a sry foi. "Musk" said Mr. Pauls "is elongated speech. If you speak beautifully JTIU can sing beau- tifully-." He siid he doesn't Ihink slu dents should be (old to "just mouth the wrds." He said thai very, very few persons are ac- tually monotone. "It's like math. If a student has trouble with math if be thinks two plus two equal five, the teacher doesn't say 'oh wefl, that'; okay. She gives him ertra help. It ute me that wrne teachers don't nave the insight to treat angina; the same way." Mr. Paula strwsed the idea that a music festival should not be a competition. "It should be participant one, two, and three rafter than competitor one two and three." He said be would rather cutegorizc performances in As, Bs