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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ifi THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, July 8, 1970 STAMPEDE Moffat County, Colorado, High School Band, 88 strong, passed through Lethbridge Wednesday on its way to the Calgary Stampede. The band is scheduled to perform in the Youth Parade tonight and in-the opening Stampede Parade Monday. Director Yern Davis made one stop'Over while in the city; he took the band members on a tour of the Nikka Yuko Centennial Garden. The students, from Grades 9 to 12, will leave for home July 14 they have another engagement to fill in Moffat County on the 18th. Water Use In City 'Near Record Mark Lethbridge residents have been using water at a near- record levsl during the current hot spell. Consumption Monday was 12.3 million gallons, near the 13 million gallon record. Irv Fraser, city waterworks engineer, said consumption heaviest between 6 p.m. and p.m. when many people a watering lawns. He said the water distributi system has what could be ca cd an "automated self-levc ling" effect in that the pressur drops during periods of pe consumption. The pressure dr naturally cuts down the amoit of water being used by sprinklers. Mr. Fraser suggested, at tl present time, water is a barga for city residents. According to his figures, cost the city 26 cents per hur dred cubic feet to treat an pump water in 1908. Cost to the residential consumer is 50 cents a hundred for the first 400 cubic feet and 10 cents a hundred after that. However, with the expected expenditure of funds for new reservoirs on the North side and west of the river planned for next year it is possible the rate structure will have to be r'eviewed. One Hurt An intersection collision ;he corner of Mayor Magrai Drive and 6tH Ave. S. Tuesda evening resulted in dam age to cars driven by ffalti Lysycia of Prince Albert, Sas! and Douglas Birrell of 12! 8th Ave. S. Mr. Birrell was slightly ii iured and taken to St. Michael jeneral Hospital and later n eased. Conservatory Music Exams Results The Royal Conservatory of Music has released the names of successful candidates in examinations held recently in Lethbridge. The names are arranged in order of merit, with "and" sig- nifying a tie. ARCT PIANO TEACHER First class honors: Esther M. Weeks; Hon- ors: M. Joann Must, Cheryl PIECES Honors: Grace E. MlPer. GRADE 10 PIANO First class honors: Jeffrey S. Caiman; Honors: Muriel R. Goslin, Clare Heninger, Di- ana Pittman, Kalhryn-Anne Erdrmn; Pass: Margaret E. Quapp, Patricia Dower, Judith Harris. GRADE 9 PIANO First class hon- ors: Edwin E. Gnantlt, Navce J. Herbst, Nettle Funk and Robert D. Russell; Honors: Lilian Buckler, Ro- sella Esau, Teresa L. Emard, Rosalyn Funk; Pass: Linda P. Carter, Marcla Rooks, Debra Spackman and Donna Steed, Rodney Pauls, Dale Erickson, Linda M. Berg, Glenda Friesen. GRADE 8 PIANO First class hon- Susan M. Ockey, Louise Webster, Shirley Allred, Joy H. Hoyana and Sherry Pratt; Honors: Lynn Gibson, Linda Johnson and Michelle Lindsay, Helen R. Friesen, Beth Cornish, Jan- Ice Deak and Natalie R. Dueck and Elsie Kalma and Nnrma L. Neufeldt, Susan G. Morgan, Elizabeth Comock and Dean M. Golby and Renae Orr and Sharon Penner and Judy Quaronl; Pass: Dennis Evanson, Keith Kasper- son, Kim Kasperson, Linda Rogers and Marilyn Woodward, Carol Fekete, Syl- via Blngham, John Balderson and Je- anne L. Snow, Barbara Balnborough, Patricia E. Goslin and Janice Toom- Kathryn J. Nelson, Barbara R. Brown and Deborah M. Lencueha, Eleanor M. Dueck, Patricia A. Joe- venazzo. Sherry Olsen and Rita Pauls. GRADE 7 PIANO First class hon- ors: Edward J. Dick, Louise Bridge, Jean Gore and Cheryl Russell, Shauna J. Blaxall, Mary J. ScMII, Gienda L. WEST COAST SEAFOODS Truckload Sale of FRESH FISH AND SEAFOODS Will to Held At FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE Thursday, July 9th and Friday, July 10th From 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. FRESH FISH ON ICE NOW IN GOOD SUPPLY Swanson, Vlrplnla Watson, Susan L Webster and Eunice Woodward; Hon ors: Yvonne Glass' and Sharon Sam Alyce E. LeGranrJeur, RudI Pauls, Mel aney C, Black, Barbara Nladermier Judy Rogers and Sandra Teteris, Caro Konynenbelt, Margaret A. Obeen anc Lorna J. Slovak; Pass: Gall L. Ed wards and Constance A. Tetziaff, Lor Fooks and Sandra Seely, Ronald E Smith and Shelly Steed, Donna L Gllmsdale, Sharon Wilde, Valerie J, Hirsche and MicheEe A. Schamber, Jo- seph E. Arnestad. GRADE PIANO First class hon- ors: Faith K. Takeda, Elizabeth Mar- tin, Marilyn Anderson, Wendy Ander- son, Lisa A. Corley, Mary E. Goslin, Lori Leister, Shirley L. Packham anc Susan L. Siemens; Honors: Patty J Kinnlburgh, Darryl Matsumlya, Eliz- abeth E. Syer, Susan be Jourdan, Sher- ill Doyle, Janice L. Hamilton, Phyllis Kasperson, Janet M. Knight and Wen- dy Sera, Kristlne Ackerman, -Denlse Blumel, Joan Gunn, Roberta Harrison, Judith R. Hausauer, Maria L. Lan- qenberg, Carol J. McKenzie, Eleanor K. Reimer, Constance Thompsson and Pauline Williams; Pass: Lori East- hope and Janice Krall, Kalhryn LInrj. say, Denlse Leverton, Shirley L. Jan- zen and Cherylanne Scherer, Dora Neuman, Joanne Tychon and Brenda Veenland, Kerry A. Kiester, Metta J. Harding. GRADE 5 PIANO First class hon- ors: Susan Wilson, Ruth A. Born and Andru Teteris; Honors: Teresa M. Lln- Itskt; Judy Melnyk, Dana M. Pyke and Heather A. Rae, Laverne GHchrisf, Gary L. Dogterom, Faye Olson and Beverly G. WIest, Brent B. Golby, Cyn- thia Frouws, Cheryl Luco, Joan Ni- coll, Kelley L. Turnbull and Daniel Wirzba; Pass: Robert Arnold and Thomas C. Knight, Weldoh D. Dueck, Cindy L. Garner and Milton Iwaasa, Beth Holt, Rhonda A. Smook and Mari- lyn Steed. GRADE 4 PIANO First class hon- ors: Lydia G. Regier, Nancy Hodge, Cathy Takeda, Colleen J. Dogterom, Angelika Horvath, Johanka Y. Jordan, Marcey PIftman, Murray Pritchard, Maureen A. Tomas and Dounlai WaacK; Honors: Brenda F. Burton, Terl J. Higa, David Nerlanrf, Myrna L. Reid and Marina Russell, Elizabeth Usowskl, Ethel Poelman Olga A. Van Roon, Cindy A, Gleb, Gail A. Hadford, Linda F. Stead and Wendy Stoakley, Heather Atkinson, Arve I I a Jensen, Catherine Leslie and Esther A. Strlrtgam, Bonnie L. Erickson, Wade Chlpman, Catherine M. Mayled and Carolyn M. Phillips; Pass: Terry Me- Leod, Marilyn J. McCulIoch and Sherry L. Wesselman, David Wirzba, Lori Kiester and Lorraine ohasht, Nancy 0. Gray, David M. Schneii. David Kies- ter. GRADE 3 PIANO First class hon- ors: Teresa G. Mulgrew and G a y I c Wheeler, Robin W. Nakamura, Melanle Cough, Shelly Klovansky, Dawn Ma- klshl, Daniel R. Mueller, Laura E. Na- Kamura, and Diane Rlttenhouse; Hon- ors: Joseph Anderson, Sandra Comal, Carolyn R. Heninger, Jayne Ogston and David Welntraub, Daniel J. Ab- erle, David J. Jordan and James Wil- larns, Diane M. Anderson, Marilyn Dietrich, Catherine Maclean and Car- ole ohashi, Constance Frouws and M. Judith Welch, Brenda J. Logan, Rich- ard J. Langford, Catherine Murray and Karen Stevenson, Mark A. Al- brecht, Connie Francis, Pamela D. Garner, Sherry Groves, Marianne Og- ston and Ronald Ohashi; Pass: Jacque- Ine Andrekson, Jcdy L. Fisher and Caren Veenland, Donna and 3. Jeffrey Hamilton, Gordon Fletcher, Brenda Cradduek and Dwlght F. Wall, Brenda Krall, Susan M. Brown, Neil C. Herbst. GRADE 2 PIANO First class hon- ors: ;Donna M. Jordan and Jo Anne iakumoto, Jeannette M. Gibbons and "Sharon P. Harms, Debbie Cannady, tephen Kenwoodr Cynthia A. Tysse- and, Nsncy Craik, Paula K. Gallup, .ester J. Leavitt, Linda Murakami, Cheryl A. Nelson, Debbie J. Nilsson nd Jane E. Robinson; Honors: Pam- la Olsen, Colleen Cheyne, Brenda J. Howlett and Leah Kounosu, Kim M. VicNab, Leanne Wehlage, Rayma M. Wilier, Tim Fletcher, David A. Greg- ry and Carmen P. McKenzie, Jon P. chnell, 'Michael D. Brockhouse, Nel- Bullock, Shawna J. Harper and Indy Ully; Pass: Patrick Fargay and Dsemarle Stobert, Lana Hipfner. GRADE t PIANO First class ho ors: Ronald Peterson, Nancy Puu v'eert. Sandra Puurveen, Donna I Gibbons, Sylvia Donkersgoed, Henr etta Donkersgoed, Noel H. Patson, K fherlne D.; Rae, Toby Tanlguchi an Carolyn Terakita; Honors: Lorraine Boras, Susan K. Buckler, Dale Ma tin and Lori Wingfield, Susan U. Bo as and Wanda Wehlage, Cheryl A. Le William L. 'Nelson, Lorraine Pav livsky and H. Patricia Welch, Jan Francis, Arlyn G. Herbst and Snanno A. McKee, Elizabeth J. Donkersgoe Judy Lund and Maureen Snow, Kan line Phillpps, Kathleen J. Simmons an Stephen J. Stanley, Robert Boulton GRADE 10 ORGAN Honors: Lo K. Miller. GRADE 8 VIOLIN Pass: Vali Horvath, Terry Knight. GRADE 7 VIOLIN Honors: Byrn Brewerton; Pass: Tom Boron. GRADE 6 VIOLIN Honors: She ley Burt; Pass: Ronald Beyer, Llnd Stuckart. GRADE 9 Honors: Mar cla C. Swanston, Patricia A. Swing H. Ruth Nleboer. GRADE d SINGING First etas Conors: Elizabeth Cornock. GRADE 2 SINGING Don: Bailey, Karren Tanner, Rhonda Rui Ion, Mark Johnson. GRADE 1 SINGING First clas icnors: Maxwell Girvan, Darlene Haw GRADE 10 SPEECH ARTS Firs class honors: Gall Kamitomo; Honors Linda P. Carter, Marcla J. Johnston Pass: Susan Wilde. GRADE 9 SPEECH ARTS Hon ors: Debra Hartley. GRADE 8 SPEECH ARTS Firs class honors: Rea Tagg, Gloria Kami omo; Honors: Martin KIncheloe, Shir ey Johnson, Melissa Ellin Singer Cim Christensen. GRADE 7 SPEECH ARTS Firs class honors: Nancy Nelson, Shar Honm. GRADE SPEECH ARTS Firs lass honors: Sherl McFadden, Rogei Hbhm, Terry Pitts. GRADE 1 SPEECH ARTS Flrtl lass honors: Tamara J. Tagg. HTHE SALE YOU'VE WAITED FOR STARTS THURSDAY, JULY 9th, 9 A.M. SHARP! CAMM'S GIGANTIC JULY SHOES AH LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN! TEENAGERS CHUNKY Regular to Lowest Price Ever Children's Sandals '2 Dark Brown Only, lowest Price Ever Slater and Golden Pheasant PUMPS Regular 25.00 and 30.00 LOWEST PRICE EVER 15 Block Heels Regular to Lowest Price Ever HANDBAGS Regular io 12.00 Lowest Price Ever '5 TEE KAYS MARIE CLAIRE KADETTES In yellow, green, blue, white, ere. LOWEST PRICE EVER CHILDREN'S SHOES ONE RACK! Men's Shoes Sport and Casual Styles 7 SAVAGE Dress Pumps and Slings Regular to LOWEST PRICE EVER 9 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED! JOYCE SHOES The Complete line and CLOUD SOFT SHOES Short lines Only Regular to ON SALE, LESS THAN HALF-PRICE 10 AIR STEPS Regular to LOWEST PRICE EVER 13 Summer Sandals Tan and Beige ON SALE '7 '9 I and I Irrigation 'Soilmeter' WATER RESOURCES DIVISION ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE PERIOD JUNE 25 TO JULY 1, 1970 Present soil moisture conditions for: Fine (Heavy) Soil Medium (Loamy) Soil Hay Sugar Beets Grains Hay Sugar Beets Grains Irrigation Predictions: 1st May 3 June 6 Moyl June 5 2nd July 5 July 9 July 10 July 9 Rainfall for the period 0.69 inches has been added to the soil moisture-reserve. Now is the time to make sure that the entire root lone depth of annual crops is well supplied with water to ensure proper root development. Small doses of water (irrigation or rainfall) will result in shallow root system development. This shallow root system can not drought to any extent, while at the same time nutrients are depleted very quickly s the roots have access to a small volume of soil. Grain crops should be wetted to at least three feet depth, pasture two or three feet of depth, and sugar beets, three to four feet of depth. The above "rule of the thumb" does not apply if the crops are grown in the soils with restricted profile or where high water table program exists. Police Seek Stolen Car Lethbridge city police are searching to a 1968 Buick Wildcat four door hard top automobile stolen sometime prior to 4 p.m. Tuesday from its marking place in front of Hie owner's residence, 2416 5th Ave. Police have asked anyone spotting this car, bearing li- cence number BB4214, to contact he nearest police station. The car has a brown top and cream colored lower section. The owner ts Dwayne Ken- dall. FOR SALE-BY OWNER Spacious family home with fireplace, family room, 4 bedrooms, ground floor utility room, on green strip. View by appointment What offers? Phone 328-3004 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS 'TIL 9 P.M. 403 5lh STREET SOUTH CAMM'S SHOES I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FINAL 3 DAYS of TRUCKLOAD SAVINGS on WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES AT HARDWARE LTD. EVA DEIMUTH YOU CAN BE SURE IF IT'S A WESTINGHOUSE FOOD FREEZER Freezers available in sizes 7 cu. ft., 16 cu. 19 eo. ft. and 23 cu. ft. Slim-wall Insulation Vinyl coated basket Ltd lock Wood grain handle Counter balanced lid 5-Ysar food spoilage warranty Safety signal light Factory service Dimensions H, 54" W, 3014" D Available in White only EASY TERMS NO DOWN PAYMENT 19 Cu. Ft. ONLY 23 Cu. Ft. ONLY S 219 I I I I I I I I I I I I Drop In And Win A Valuable Door Prize During Our CHANGE OF NAME SALE I I Open Thurs. and Fri. Till 9 p.m. During Our Sale M i B E HARDWARE i I (FORMERLY lYLE'S HARDWARE) 414-416 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 328-3541 or 328-3545 I (FORMERLY LYLE'S HARDWARE) 414-416 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 328-3541 or 328-3545 Frti Delivery ir lots ef Free Parking In Immediate Area. If Free Delivery lots ef Fret Parking In Immediate Area. ;