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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 TKE LEIKBMCGE KJJALO 97 Pollution control measure Recycling Day idea approved A suggestion from Pollution proved in principle by city Control Southern Alberta that council a day be set aside as Leth bridge Recycling Day was ap City Manager Tom Nutting is to take a close look at the sug Symphony displays exciting sound By DEAN BLAIR with The Merry Wives of Windsor Immediate refers to the re use of items that are now com monly discarded as EDC bylaw The Lethbridge Symphony Orchestras performance un der conductor Lucien Need ham Monday night represented a substantial step forward in musical quality and perform ing vitality for that organiza Playing before a sizable au dience at the Yates Memorial the orchestra opened Youth hostel proposals chief topic The Youuh Services Council will meet Wednesday at noon at the Family Y to discuss re quirements of a proposed youth hostel for Lethbridge in the At its last Brian 1970 director of Odes sey Bill director of preventive social and Tom a university were ap pointed to a special committee to look into the needs of such a These needs will be prepared into a which will then be submitted1 to city Interested persons with ideas for and government are invited to and present their DANCE AWAY Beveriey Woolridge of Calgary does a sword while Timmy Sgouramitis of Edmon ton opposite on page performs a tap as the 8ih annual Alberta Dance Festival began in tethbridge this More than 900 entries are listed for the fiveday event being held in the Yates Memorial Local mental health plans Wednesday meeting The general public is invited to attend the annual meeting of t h e southern region Cana dian Mental Health Associa to be held at 8 Wednesday in Michaels nurses A factual summary is to be given of the difficulties encoun tered in obtaining psychiatric treatment facilities for the re Sister M president of the CiHIA southern to ask questions of vclui this organization is most Cn various aspects of ths that the citizens be aware of the frus trations and and the time and energy involved in ef forts to obtain psychiatric facil ities for cmcommunity from the provincial Besides the summary and a brief business a pa tient who has been assisted by C1IHA volunteer programs since 1569 vJl be interviewed and the public will be invited olunteers pects of the men tal hoalth program and facili ties in the area IKEMEXDOIS PRESSURE Experts describe the pressure isieoTari needed Lo make a sxnthetic dia rnoni as Powlesland named U of L food manager WITH BLADDER IRRITATION Common Kidney or Irrita tions affect tu ice ninny uomen as often nusirc distress fi mi ui motion OLI ma Bar tired n CYSTEX usually Iirmps re the Cllnard liner Quccn Elizabeth 2 on a small oil CYSTEX at diuceibU lilim Robert a graduate of the resort and restaurant administration at Hyerson Polytech nical Institute in has been appointed University of Lethbridge food services man Powleslands appoint ment is effective April and is made in anticipation of the university opening its new West Lethbridge campus in Septem ber with its own food services With the universitys relative isolation across the Oldman it will have to provide services throughout the day for staff and vis Powlesland has formerly worked in management posi tions with private and educa tional food services including Brandon University and the University of Winni ly noticeable was the greatly improved orchestral balance between the various sections as well as within the individual The woodwind section deserves special mention in this The exciting per formance of this work made an effective concert Guest soloist Thomas Wil liams appeared next with the orchestra in the Moiart Violin Concerto 4 in D A Lethbridge Thomas is an articulate and accurate performer with a solid techni que and a fine musical sen i His performance i n the Mozart was marked by a gracefully controlled musical expressiveness and was care fully attuned to the spirit of the Tte orchestra proved ade quate in its accompanying but was often lacking in rhythmic flexibility in adjust ing to the tempi taken by the The final movement with its frequent changes of tempo and meter proved espe cially awkward in this A performance of Beetho vens Symphony 1 in C Major was a musical success with the total result being an exciting and convincing state In general the full or c h e s t r a sections throughout the work displayed finely bal anced vital More thinly scored were occasionally performed with less convinc ing musical The lower strings had some mo ments of difficulty in the sec ond movement with one near solo section nearly getting In the fourth movement some of the antiphonal sec tions pulled a bit but in general it retained lively and energetic One could go on picking de tails but the overriding fact is that Lethbridge has an orches tra and a conductor that can perform a Beethoven sym phony and make musical sense as a The final work of the eve ning w a s the delicious o 11 chesnut Tales from the Vienna Woods by but by no means inappropriate was the zither solo by John Liester in one of the waltzes It was most effective in its musical The per gestion and work a cost esti1 ect would be a first for the mate as far as the city is con Sylvia rep resenting the told coun cil the anti pollution group was prepared to mount an extensive volunteer campaign but some support would be needed from the She suggested PCSA raildi mobilize public espec TCUCttieU ially in the if the city could look after such things as providing for pick up of the material that would be gather ed in the Campbell said the proj readings on reduction of council Only Alderman Vaughan Hembroff opposed first and second reading of a bylaw Monday that would reduce the size of city council to seven There was no discussion on the proposed by Jim Anderson had already given council IBS reasons for the includ ing increased better communications within the group and the difficulty of find ing qualified people to run for city The bylaw still needs third Land option extended City council Monday ap proved an extension on an op tion held by Shell Tire Service Incorporated on a twoacre parcel at 3602 5th The extension was requested by the firm in order to give them time to complete financ ing arrangements for a tire The company has re ceived approval for a grant from the department of re gional economic expansion but still requires additional capital Internal auditor post okayed The citys Economic De velopment Commission came to a quiet end Already reduced to one member not counting Mayor Andy Anderson and City Man ager Tom Nutting the com mission was done in when city council gave third and final reading to a bylaw that repeal ed the original bylaw that set up the Aldermen Jim Anderson and Vaughan Hembroff were op There was no discus The move had been suggest ed by Deputy Mayor Rex Lit who wants the commission replaced with a task force ap Reports asked of ED office Alderman Chiehester presented a notice of motion at Mondays meeting of citr coun cil that the city manager make periodic reports to council on ths endeavors and progress1 of the citys economic develop ment during the enquiries also asked the city manager to prepare a report on the duties being per formed by the research officer attached to the economic de velopment office and the value of any accomplishments to The economic development office was not affected by councils decision to do away with the Economic Develop inent Caravan coming A Wally Byam Caravan with at least 100 travel trailers is scheduled to arrive in Leth bridge July spend overnight at the Exhibition and leave July the Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta has an TIMMY SGOURAMITIS GEM STONES The majority of gem diamonds come from South and Southwest Africa with some from Tanzania and DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan formance of waltzes was these tuneful tastefully con ceived and performed by the and it was difficult to keep from humming at A discreet cut here and there might have been in order since there was no dance floor available at the If Lethbridge is to produce more performers of the calibre of Thomas a viable orchestral ensemble in the community is a If last nights performance is any we are well on our Save Special Offer Expires April 20fh COSMOPOLITAN ROOrVl AIR CONDITIONER Reg PreSensan Special AVAILABLE AT FEDCRS REFRIGERATION 2214 43 S Phone 3275816 gE SHEET METAl 1709 2 Phone 0285973 Irrigation groups schedule meetings Tlie bt Ruer Irriga tion district will hold its an nual meetings March 130 in the Coaldale Commu nity Hall and March 23suite apartment on MFC agenda City council Monday ap proved a finance committee recommendation that a staff assistant to the city manager be hired and given the title of internal Such a person would have the responsibility of super rising much of the field work done in accounting in develop ing proper time and cost control techniques and to ascertain whether or not the in ternal control directives of both I the city manager and finance director are being carried on j by all operating departments the He would report to the city Council would re tain independent auditors to make reports to Salary for the position is es1 timated at approximately 000 a j Alderman Vera Ferguson said that while she has always I been wary of the expanding1 city hall she was convinced there was a need for such a No decision was made on tablishing a new that of community p in the Bow Island Royal The proposed directorate would i Canadian Legion j encompass a variety of re Featiued speakers at the I including parks meetings will be Ivyl j and recreation and cultural water Alberta de1 partment of who i will speak on concrete lining versus underground pressure and pressurefree and Jack weed physiologist at the Lethbridge Research speaking on aquatic weed i The Lethbridge Northcra Ir ngation district will hold its annual meeting March 29 at 1 Dollar for dollar you cant buy tougher paint than CILTONE Flat Enamel from CIL MFC member in the PictureButte Elks The Eastern Irrigation dis trict will hold its pmial meet ing March 31 at The M 11 n i c i p a 1 Planning j Commission agenda for contains an application from I Iika Engineering Ltd for to build a i suite npartment ai 28 j dMriet will hild its annual meeting March The Hika application is the onlv nijjm development on the commissions agenda i SHU tnblctl two apphea tions fur tourist accommoda 1 lion in the riverbot tom Also Mill pending a re port home occupation busi ot pm in Canadian Legion Hall in INDUSTRIAL UhE The Municipal Planning reduced to five members with the recent re moval of City Manager Tom j Nutting from its was 1 restored to full strength Mon dav by city council i Finance Director Allister i Fmdlay was appointed to re place Mr Alderman C W Chiehester j argued that since City Solicitor the jiaminon was now sit Paints So far it has onh been prac ticable to manufacture small sized synthetic diamonds for in dustrial ting in on MFC meetings in an advisory capacity ho might just as well become a voting Several other members of council said they fell this would place Hammond in an un tenable JOHN FORREST COLOR CENTRE 321 5th LUMBER PRODUCTS COALDALE PHONE 9th HARDWARE 1527 9th PHONE 3283684 to BEAVER fzjk LUMBER 1 3rd and 17lh WILL FIND THE BEST BRANDS ADVERTISED IN THE LETHBRIDGE ;