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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Back on the sidewalk Summer fun for Lethbridge kids is more than just riding bicycles. These young hot-rodders, six-year-old Darrin Wheeler, 1701 17 St. N. and seven-year-old Cherry Ba- T613 2nd Ave. N. are determined to get this old race ear back on the sidewalk again, even though its racing days look over. All it needs is a mere wheel alignment and they are ready to go. ___________________ Lethbridge resident awarded music title A Lethbridge resident has been awarded the title ARCT (Associate of the Royal Con- servatory of Music) piano per- former, it has been announced. Leanne Kloppenborg condi- tioned in pieces was given the title. Other residents who passed piano examinations held re- cently in the city by the Royal Conservatory of Music of To- ronto include; Teacher: honors Linda Dickey and Nadine Yanke; con- ditioned in viva voce (B) ap- plied pedagogy Lynden GiD, Barbara Hoopte and Carol Fekete. Grade 10 p i a n o: honors Joy Hoyano, Susan Wittke, Glenda Swanson, Colleen Buss, Lorraine Edwards; pass Bonnie Brawn, EmSy String- ham, Susan Webster Heather-Lynn Gilchrist, Elsie Kalma Karen Boulton, Jamie Chizmasia. Grade 9 piano: honors Do- rothy Laoderyou, Kathy Morris Patty Kinniburgh, Cla- rinda TMessen, Shelley Burt; pass Elaine Baszler. Richard Tome Michelle LeBa- ron. Janice Longair Linda Smith, Leonard Barnes, JoAnne Christie, Sharon Wilde. Grade 8 piano: first class honors Bernadette Pahulje, Judith Melnyk; honors Ter- esa LinitsM, Susan Siemans Sandra Lynne Quail, Susan Wilson pass Carol Anderson, Nancy Hodge, Diane Heeler, Debbie Vaseten- ak Ralph Boyer, Dian Wilde, Richard Harris. Ruth Peterson Judith Haus- auer. Lori Easthope. Roberta Harrison. Janice Hamilton. Grade 7 piano: first class honors Carla Reid, Esther Stringham. Colleen Dogterom, Teresa Mulgrew, Doreen Reim- er, Richard Stepbure honors Melanie Gough, Ten Higa, Marina Russell Vera Romaniuk, Myrna Reid, Ronalee Bennett, Cindy Sepp, Loni Sheen Trudy Pithcher, Carol Curistensen, Shirley Steinley, Ruth Wein- traub Valerie Kami- tomo, Carolyn Keeter pass Brent 6olby, Carolyn Gray, Joy ffickson. Leslie Mc- Maben, Carole Obashi. Kalie Pedrini, Carolyn Saunders, Wendy Trockstad Joyce Sumema, Vivian Toth. Kclley Tombuli, Wendy Vivyurita Elizabeth Lisowski, Karen Stevenson Lori Pruegger, Gay Plomp, Aneie Horvalh, Cheryl Luco Grade 6 piano: first class honors Dwight Siemens, Shauna Bullock, Bariwra Jen- sen, Dawn Makishi. Gaylc Wheeler (equal 1; honors Carolyn Heninger. Caroleaim Lasluka, Shauna Swanson, Gail Trofancnko Joseph Anderson. Ttacy Cooler, Cecilia Mafltas. Rhonda Ruston, Dcbra Smith (equal Pamela Garn- er. Vana Leonard. Frances Ta- tebe, Jackie Tatebe Kathy Bullock, Natalie Gcbm, LCWJS. Wendy Wilde f equal 1 pass Susan Boras, Dsrlen? Hawley, Doris Reimer, Jair.cs Williams Barry Bonetti. Carol Jorgenson Debbie Elrose, Connie Francis, Laura Unruh, Leanne Wehlage Kathryn Dav- ies, Beth Holt, Lora Klassen Lynn Ivison, Jill Rog- an Douglas Coppieters. Grade 5 piano: first.class honors Leona Reimer, Joy Stephure, Kim McNab; honors Michele Tajiri, Debbie Nils- son, Jeffrey Hamilton, Jesse Wilde Sylvia Donkers- gold, Linda NeufeW, Janet Sekjya IsabeHe Mac- lean, Annamarie Scholotgar, Cynthia Shelly Konynenbelt, Rosella Dick, Haidee Pauls, Dartene Ponjavic Wendy Mat- weow, Cindy Pedrini, Connie Szeina pass Anne Baines, Joanne Donkersgoed anne Jacobs Dawn DeBoer, Katberine Lonsdate Lana Hipfner, Debbie Bergman, Wendy Wilson Grade 3 piano: first class honors Sheila Jacobean, Km Moschurchak, Andrew Seitz Paul Schoepp, Shirley Low, Ca- rol Chapman, Gregory Jarvie Scott Jensen, Richard Smith honors Sbari Swan- son, Colleen Nidson, Charlene Qrr, Hekn Senneker, Deanne Steed Martha Draffin, Sharon Penner Boy Jacobs, Stephen Stanley, Alex ander Thomson Lee Onufrechuk, Louise Seely Joy Correia, Karen Martens pass Kan- Lisa Atkinson, Joyce i die Crawford, Richard Derri- T I .uM Melnyk Pearl Loewn, Darla Lybbert Henri- etta Donkersgoed, Joanne Jur- is, Shirley Unruh Liz Horvath, Patti HiH Grade 4 piano: first class honors Mark Rogers, Julie Goerzen, Lisa Nirk, Katberine Rae, Marilyn Sawada honors Lori WingfieW, Den- Shigematsu, Kelly Klav- ansky, David Liniski, Peter Pankonin, Sara Weintraub. Ca- roline Westwood Diane Bullock, Becky Cooler Lori Chaki, Barbara Wilde Lori Lavkulik, Linda Bnmner, Elizabeth Etberington, Anita Juhar pass Joan Barton, Heather Doyle, Debbie Fletcher, Jauae Francis, Linda Joachim, Shawna Lay- ton, Shelley Nakamura, Danny Pierson, Maureen Snow, Patti Stewart, Cindy Weins Shawna Harper, Valerie Jobnk, Teresa Juhar, Zyla Wentz Sandra Bonetti, Debbie Giessmaim. Dick Meyering, Sherry Molice, Cindy Virginello Nelda-Lee Bullock, Di- Co-eds note called students VANCOUVER (CP) Once they were called fe- male students in an education- al institution. Today the women at the Uni- versity of British Columbia here are simply called stu- dents and more than of them register annually for courses covering everything from anatomy to law. They have their own re- sources centre, their own studies program and an annual seven day program called Women's Week at UBC. Groups such as the Women's Rights Committee. Status of Women Council. UBC Women's Action Group, Vancouver the B.C. chapter of the Cana- dian Women's Abortion Repeal oalition actively vie for sup- port. The thrust of the action, says the coordinator of UBCTs Women's Resources Centre, is to change a historical condi- tioning which has made cott, Brenda Hughes, Barbara Karren, Beverly Karren, Nbr- ine Nelson, Tdeni Orr, David Sheen, Irene Donkersgoed, Di- nah Meyering, Rachelle Orr Shauna Nalder, Wendy Hall, Susan HUz Wend: Pierson, Keith Webster (equal Karen Cornish, Barbar Baerg Grade 2 piano: first class honors Dawn Mereski, Etta Nirk, Shelley Parkinson Tanya Critchfield Linda Frache, Grace Tammin- ga honors Melissa Baker, Cheryl Frouws, Ronda Makarenko, Deborah PKmble; Susan Hoffman, Man an Irmler, Joan Konynenbelt, Lorraine Kevin Smool Tommy Doyle, Judy Osaka, Marilyn Peterson Barbara Hinman, Su- san Stevens, Joanne Tmbodeau Eric Atkinson, Simon Layng Diane Babino Darla Beazer Julie Allen. Barbara Bridge, Rhonda Kurina, Janer Tse pass Sherri BiUingsley, Ri- chard Hall, Gail Hughes, Mari- lyn Webster Douglas Schorr, Kelly Simpson (equal) Karen Anderson, Jacquie Chal- mers John Sinclair Joni Kwan. Grade 1 piano: first class honors Lyn Biauchini; hon- ors Susan Draffin, Nad a Jurisich, Laureen McLaren, Amelia Toplak, Juh'a Beckd Randy Schrceder Con- stance Matweow. Susan Raasch Julie Anne Elkc. Katblesn Wiebe. AHysoo Francis. Gena Perry. Constance Riske Sandra Kami- tomo, Lori Anderson, Connie Nflsson pass Jayna Cronkhite, Rite DeWit, Sall Edgars. Mel Gaydos. Kum, Barry Weintraub. Lor Williams Darrjl Ander son, Marvht Trowbridge. Grade 8 viola: first clas honors David Bergen. Grade 10 singing: first dasi honors Patricia Hrynkiw. Grade 9 singing: honors Gay Plomp; pass Denise Grade 9 singing: honors Rhonda Huston, Dawn Me Caugberty, Helen DarceL Mark Johnson; pass Dona Bailey Grade e singing: honors Dartene Hawley. Grade 1 singing: first class women feel they passive roles in most take nonors Jom-Ann Heidebrecht, Valerie Oloofe bonoa Craig Baceda, Shwma Blair pass Debbie Tarnara, Heath- er Doyle, KeHy Homulos. Farm living preferred by Edmonton graduate EDMONTON (CP) "When I get older, I want to be able to sit on the front porch of my farmhouse and watch the seasons change and know that I did something says Winston Gereluk, a graduate teaching assistant at the University of Alberta. He lives in the tity in a small bouse near the univer- sity. But all his spare tune is spent on a quarter-section of land his father owns 45 miles east. "In the he says, "they tear things up so quickly that you can't go back and look at the places you knew before. Suddenly you're an old man and don't know how or when it happened. It's different on a farm." The farm he works now has only an old granary and a boarded-up community hall. The farm doesn't interfere with his city job and he ex- plains that seeding his rape- seed crop comes right after (be end of the term and is fin- ished by toe time the spring session starts. The crop is harvested be- fore the winter session gets under way. "I don't flunk I could sur- vive the academic grind with- out the he says. "After a hard day's farm work there's nothing better than going out and sitting in the local bar with the people on neighboring plaining about the govern- ttAlt." He says he does not make enough as a lecturer to feed himself, his wife Cynthia and their three young children and, "I'd rather break my back on the farm than work part-time in the city." His crop earns him profit .annually. Mr. Gereluk is thinking of becoming a farmer full-time though his wife is less enthu- siastic. She says she would demand hot running water and a bathtub. Tttundoy, July 12, 1971 THI IfTHMIDOl HDUlO _ 29 Yonlh OFY team provides tourist entertainment Waterton tourists can be en- tertained twice weekly by Cur- tain Tune Canada, a nine- member Opportunities for Youth project working there. Canada's culture is the theme of the variety shows scheduled for 8 p.m. Thurs- days and Fridays at the IDS Church. The Vn hour productions consist of skits, dances and singing. Sears Cddspqt is built big to satisfy all your refrigeration needs 16.6cu.ft. Frostless Coldspot refrigerator 00 369 the feature packed, family size, cu. ft. Coldspot refrigerator you've been looking for! The completely frostless interiors never need defrost- ing. This beauty gives you 2-door convenience with a true zero degree freezer that holds 137 Ibs. Whats more, there's a 3-temperatwe conditioner that keeps your butter spreadable. Other quality features in- clude: twin, moisture-sealed vegetable crispers, por- celain meat keeper, adjustable shelves, moulded egg rack. 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