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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, Juno 26, 1970 Session July 28 On Bill 106 __ __________________ ______ _ Wilderness Hearing For City A provincial round of 105 will legislate uses from the Queen's wilderness areas, ings concerning the proposed Wilderness Areas Act Bill 106 to bo presented to wilderness areas in the province, including Kdimmton. The Alberta Wilderness Association Lethbridge branch Lethbridge submissions to a hearing scheduled for Lcthbridge later this year. Alberta legislature tills fall mining and its regular meeting report on the Akamina include a session in Alberta Wilderness at p.m. in Ihe lour will also be received The Lcthbridge sitting will and oilier of Lethbridge Kate discussed. July 28 at p.m. at groups have expressed Buildinp lecture of Hie club's 280 members ton Junior High School, that the act is too item.1, irclude as'ked by club executives to everyone interested in say it will not protect of a Cypress Hills in order to help solve ing a brief concerning the act is asked to dwindling wilderness areas from harmful to invesliage potential environmental harm in the club's financial position. The public will also be of Alberta members and visitors are of the act ore Bill 100, which welcome. BEHIND THE SCENES Fans of the Lethbridge Teen Clefs usually see the all-girl choir carefully garbed and performing in the Yates Memorial Centre's fairly una- dorned stage. But rehearsals for the group's two-week visit to Japan next week are a different matter: a snarling bear's head oversees sessions casual dress in the basement of conductor Anne Campbell's house. An ad- iditional member of practices for the past few weeks has been Chimaki Kamakura, registered music who has guided the polishing of four songs in Japanese, inclu- ding the Japan national anthem. The 20-girI choir leaves Monday for Expo 70 at Osaka. Clefs Leave Monday For Osaka By JOAN BOWMAN Entertainment Writer Monday night about the Lethbridge Teen Clefs will start then- second international tour since the group was form- ed in 1964 by registered music teacher Anne Campbell. Two years ago the all-girl choir toured Britain and re- turned home with numerous awards and trophies, notably from the Teesside Interna- tional Eisteddfod. This year the group will give two daily concert sessions for seven days at Expo 70 in Osaka, Japan, followed by church appearances in Tokyo the next week. The Teen Clefs, who were se- The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imparted styles in LETHBRIDGE! lected by the Canadian Broad- casting Corporation as its 1970 single-voice entry in an inter- national amateur contest, is be- lieved to be the only Canadian group appearing at Expo on the express invitation of tile Japanese government. The Japanese government Is covering expenses for food, lodging and transportation at Expo. However, flight costs to and from Japan, and the addi- tional week in Tokyo, have been the group's responsibility. The needed has come from a grant from the City of Lethbridge, Teen Clef's savings, donations from the Anne Campbell Singers As- sociation and private individ- uals, plus proceeds from bake sales and concerts. Cardston residents decided to go on the prepaid plan to help the group out financially. Pro- ceeds expected from a concert next fall have been forwarded to the Teen Clefs already. Conspicuous by its absence has been backing by either the provincial or federal govern- ments. Indications are the For Summer Fun MAVERICK Down -00 Per Month The First Car of The 70s at 69 Prices. coLLeoe