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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 20-THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Friday, February 21, 1975 City Scene Enumeration begins Tuesday Enumerators will start knocking on doors in the Lethbridge East and West constituencies Tuesday in preparation for the March 26 provincial election. More than voters in the two constituencies must be enumerated by March 11. When preliminary lists of electors are posted after March 11, voters can check that they have been included. If not, they can register at courts of revision before election day. This will be the first year voters who are unavoidably ab- sent when the enumerator calls and the courts of revision sit, can register on voting day. NDP sets nomination New Democrats Wednesday will choose a candidate in. Lethbridge West to contest the March 26 provincial election. Guest speaker at the nomination meeting is to be Gene Mitchell, executive secretary of the Alberta Federation of Labor. The meeting is to be held at p.m. in the Rainbow Hall, 1401 5th Ave. N. LCI Drama Club performing The Lethbridge Collegiate Institute -Drama Club is presenting three one-act plays tonight and Saturday at the public library theatre gallery. This evening, at 8 p.m. the club will present Perils of Priscilla, followed by Le Medecin Malgre Lui. In addition, the LCI players are presenting a 2 p.m. matinee Saturday, Alice in Wonderland. Brenda Leroy, publicity officer for the club, says the plays, especially the French production, are one of the school's contributions to entertainment for Winter Games visitors, as well as members of the community. No admission is charged to any of the plays. Lip reading class offered A course in lip reading for adults will be offered by the Lethbridge Community College school of continuing education beginning Feb. 26. The course is intended for adults with hearing handicaps and parents of children with hearing handicaps. Classes will be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesdays. Nurses to meet Wednesday The Victorian Order of Nurses, Lethbridge Branch, will hold its meeting at noon Wednesday at Ericksen's Restaurant. United Way annual March 4 The annual meeting of the Lethbridge United Way will be held March 4 at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. The meeting will begin with dinner at p.m Jaycee official to visit Lethbridge Jaycees will Up play host to national and inter- Special guest will be national Jaycee members national vice president March 4 at a steak dinner at G. Featherstone, the El Raneho Hotel Round- paper manager in South spokesman n Lethbridge, Kevin Keenar said until now members in th< region of Albert: have seen little of inter members. Mr. Featherstone will visi Lethbridge as part of hi. The all-purpose tour. able timer for- Jaycee leaders and other uses. Single ring Guaranteed the event are national vice presiden Warren Smith of Calgary, am regional director for Southern one Gord Stewart of Ed Priced at Mr. Keenan said an open in has been given to Jaycees in southwest Alberta Delegates will attend from Call Hat and Cranbrook DENTURE CLINIC aafllHVQjBJBJ 1922 327-8565 B 1 S. P. FOX. C.D.y. LETHBWD8E DENTIllUB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDO. Returning office opens Thursday was a less than auspicious .day to open Lethbridge West's official returning office. But Peter Rokas of 811 12th St. S., maintenance man at the down- town Professional Building, did his best to clear a track to the door. Address of the office is 402 8th St. S. Returning officer Ernest Mardon can be reached at 329-4044 or 329-3299. His staff are Kitty Dunlop, election clerk and office manager, and Elaine Allen, secretary. Sixty-four enumerators will be spreading out from the office next week to tabulate Lethbridge West voters. Mr. Mardon plans some innovations this year to facilitate senior citizens and university students on voting day. Grain kept at standstill, but airport runways cleared Pickets remained in place today at the Canadian Govern- ment Elevator in Lethbridge and grain movements remain- ed at a standstill, elevator manager Jack Waterhouse said. At Kenyon Field, members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) were "out half the night" clearing a four inch snowfall from the runways, said airport manager John Fifield. Postmaster Art Lewis said the volume of mail coming in dropped slightly Thursday. It is hard to tell whether or not Standoff hockey falls prey to storm A snowstorm Thursday brought a flurry of activity at Winter Games headquarters, as two district hockey venues were scrubbed in favor of Lethbridge arenas. Despite last minute changes, both backup venues received sellout crowds. 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Table tennis competitors arrived Thursday morning in Taber belore the snowstorm, and all table tennis events went off as planned, said venue manager Bob Hagel. But some teams, hesitant about returning Thursday to Lethbridge, spent the night in Taber hotels. Mr. Hagel said this morning the decision to spend the night in Taber was made by each mission, with roughly half the athletes stay- ing and half returning to the athletes village in Lethbridge. the drop is due to the selective strikes by PSAC's general labor and trades group, he said. Meanwhile, in Calgary, postal delivery was restricted to post office boxes and first class letters in residential areas. Tradesmen and laborers began picketing the main post office downtown, as well as the mail processing plant near the international airport. Earlier picketing at the mail plant only did not stop mail delivery. John Hart, PSAC regional representative for Southern Alberta, said Thursday the strikes are effective where they are held. The federal employees cannot hurt the government by striking the way workers in private in- dustry can hurt their employers, he said in a telephone interview from Calgary. But by inconveniencing tax- payers, they can get action from politicians, said Mr. Hart. In dttawa, Postmaster General Bryce Mackasey said in the Commons that if strikes spread and hold up mail processing, pension cheques would be available from Unemployment Insurance Commission offices. In the case of disabled pensioners, the government might ask service clubs to deliver the cheques, he said. Cleaner picks up gold medal While Winter Games athletes continue to clean up on gold medals, a Lethbridge woman picked up a gold meu'ai for some cleaning of her own. Betty Johnson, 31f 7th Ave. S., collected her gold medal earlier this week as she was cleaning up'lhe lobby of Holiday Inn. "I saw this flat thing lying on the floor, all muddy, as if it had been walked over a few times: At first I thought it was a piece of cardboard or something." Mrs. Johnson, a nursing aide at Southland Nursing Home by day and a cleaner by night for a city cleaning firm, said today she didn't know what she had found. "I didn't know what it was, but I told a girl at the hotel what I found and showed it to her." The clerk at the Holiday Inn reported Mrs. Johnson's find to Games officials, who identified the errant medal. The gold medal, a member of the Quebec mission said today, will be returned to Quebec fencer Marie Louis Szoka, 20, who lost the medal shortly before returning to Montreal Monday. Combat style, ceremony attract young judokan SELF MAINTAINING PRECLEANER Stops the greatest source of Engine failure DUST particularly fine dust Install one on your tractor or combine Extend DIMr llta up to 6 tlmw Prtvant angina, damage. Aid In con- Mrvlng (ml. KHa avfHaMa to M M0rty M tricim, oombkiM, Md fMin power OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236 38 81. NORTH LETHBBIDQE MWMM7-W1 By RUSSELL OUGHTRED Herald Staff Writer Two combatants dressed in sloppy white robes bow to the mat. Then they bow to the judge, Ready to grapple, they finally bow to each other. Grunts and yells follow as the two judokas attempted to choke, hold, pin and throw each other to the floor covered with bamboo and plastic mats. While the judge makes wild signals with his arm and shouts words of Japanese, of- ficials confound spectators by mysteriously recording penalties against each judokan on an, all-Japanese Scoreboard. For most Lethbridge residents attending Winter Games judo competition at Winston Churchill High School, the sport is puzzling and perplexing. "Judo is a sport as well as a means of self says Lethbridge judokan Guy Pomahac, 18, resting between Winter Games matches Thursday afternoon. "But it's a sport adds the winner of the Canadian middleweight championship in the Junior Olympics in Ed- monton last year. For Guy, who later lost to Ontario's Harry Nadolny and i Jack Hirose of B.C., judo's gladiatorial style of combat attracted him to the sport four years ago. "I started when I was 14, and that's considered old. Most guys will start when they're four of five." But dur- ing his four years with the Lethbridge YMCA team, coached by sensai Yosh Sen- da, Guy has worked his way through six belts, winning his black belt last August. Although judo is a' truly international sport, perform- ed around the world according to the same set of regulations, the style of training and com- petition varies in Western countries: 'Tt's a different attitude." Guy admires the Japanese devotion to the sport which makes judo not simply recreation, but a way of life. The Lethbridge club, he adds, is considering a goodwill tour of Japan this summer. Although judo is basically polite fighting, the ceremonies involved please Guy. The B.C. judoka, who even- tually eliminated Guy from the light-heavyweight semi- finals Thursday night, tears his pants. Judge Yosh Senda sends him off the floor to find a pair of untorn trousers. Discreetly undressing out of the view of spectators, Guy donates his pants to competi- tion Hirose. Auto reported stolen An employee of CJOC radio parked his car in front of the station, on 3rd Avenue, at 9 a.m. Thursday and returned an hour later to find it mis- sing. Donald MacLean, 2101 9th Ave. B S., told police he left the keys in the ignition. ARTDIETHICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC UMrti 222 Matt. 32I-4W5 INSURANCE HOME-IWNESS HUN Can Save You I Monty 11 IEE UI (OONI fORSTf R 7M Jfd. An. I. 3I7-2TM POMAHAC IN ACTION The etiquette of judo shows For Guy, judo is a up in other ways. During an trotting sport "you can do earlier match, Hirose of B.C. your life." International wins on a judge's decision a petition is what Guy ruling which Guy says could now, so his immediate goal be protested. to wrest a spot on "Your coach can protest, Canada, the national team, but you don't dispute calls. "You've got to sit there and take it Danlal Machanlc Like any sport, judo has its politics. Two of Guy's BLACK, BLACK DENTAL LAB mates with the DENTAL BLDG. YMCA, Joe Meli and Laval Greenway, were barred 327-2822 Winter Ramos: pvpnlc they have competed nationally. Meli travelled to Brazil for the 1974 FACTS championships and "went to Germany, on a goodwill C.STUBBS "But I've competed nationally two years in Toronto, and I was to compete other day we were asked if the word Vitamin' was an abbreviation for INQUIRE ABOUT THE words Vital minerals'. on Ihe lace of it. questioner was using logical enough thinking. this word actually has a quite background. to World War I a named Casimir was doing research at the Lister In- in London. 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