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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 - THI LBTHMIDGE HERALD - Friday, March 12, 1971 MADNESS - MIRTH - MUSIC - These mad scientists are not really mad. In fact, they are quire happy because they have just received a score of 92 point* for their performance - the highest score yet recorded for a song and dance ensemble at the 8th annual Alberta Dance Festival being held at the Yates Centre. The dancers are: (from left to right) Jill Gait with Debbie Ska ley in her arms; Wenda Crawford, pictured between the feet; Ailsa Scott, holding the funnelscope and Liz Davies, leaning. All of the girls are from the Bain School of Dancing in Red Deer. Blown fuse cuts power The power failure experienced by Lethbridge residents Thursday night resulted, said a Calgary Power official when 'a potential fuse (voltage fuse) blew on a generator at Calgary Power's Sundance Plant on Lake Wabamun, last night causing an interruption in service in some areas. "The blown fuse resulted in the loss of voltage causing the Application made again The city hall building department has received another application from Starmor Developments for a motel at 1025 Mayor Magrath Dirve. The application is to be dealt with at Wednesday's meeting of the Municipal Planning Commission. The commission turned down an application for a 49 - unit motel Feb. 17, because Star-Dior's plans were not within the, zoning bylaw density standards. The firm (and the MPC) then asked city council to relax the density standards. First reading to the bylaw amendment has been given and a public hearing on the matter is set for March 22- An application from Starmor for a 45 - unit motel on the same site was turned down by the MPC March 3 for the same reason - density standards. The latest application is for a 38 - unit motel. 300 SUNGLASSES to choose from AVAILABLE IN YOUR RX entire machine to trip out. The power frequency on the system dipped to 58.6 cycles and caused the Lethbridge Plant to separate from the grid," said the official. The frequency recovered almost immediately due to the spinning reserve (stand - by units), but it was several minutes before Lethbridge was restored to the system. Areas other than Lethbridge also affected were the Dow Chemical Plant at Fort Saskatchewan and towns between Nanton and daresholm. Lethbridge officials report the power interruption within Lethbridge was very random. When the Calgary line went dead the Lethbridge plant had to trip three of their six power lines so the generators they had could still provide power to some parts of the city. Areas in the north, south and OUR OSCAR west parts of the city were affected, as well as both Lethbridge hospitals. L.C. Halmrast banquet speaker Mr. L. C. Halmrast, former Alberta minister of welfare, will be the speaker, Saturday, at the annual meeting and banquet of the Southern Alberta Regional Council of Boy Scouts, to be held in the Marquis Hotel. Presentations of honors and awards to outstanding scouts for the year of 1970 will be made. Entertainment will be provided by the singing group The Carousel Two. Tickets for the event may be purchased from the district council officers and the regional council office, 217 12th St. A S., or by phoning 327-4647. "Now I have heard of everything. Aid. Chichester wants the 'smarties' taken sut of the vending machine at City Hall and have them replaced with jelly beans." LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 520 7th St. S. - W. J. GAMBLE, Pastor MISSIONARY CONVENTION COMMENCES TONIGHT at 8 P.M. Rev. Leroy Lebeck Missionary to British West Indies Will speok ond show pictures of the progress of our mission work in this needy field. You will thoroughly enjoy ihe ministry of this young man. His message will challenge your own heart. SATURDAY NIGHT - 8 p.m. MISS IRIS SCHEEL of Kenya, Africa, and MISS BETTY FUNK, Missionary under appointment, will be ministering. THE CHORALE GROUP FROM CAPITOL HILL CHURCH IN CALGARY Will present Two packages of gospel hymns under the direction of Miss Betty Funk. A HEARTY INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO YOU AND A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU Mission week Mission Week will be held at St. Patrick's Church in Lethbridge March 14 to 19. Kev. Jack Hennessy, provincial superior of English-speaking Canadian oblates in Western Canada, will be the guest speaker. Services will be held at 7 a.m., 12:05 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. The mission sermon will be given at the evening service each d?y- A special penitential service will be held Wednesday. There will also be a spiritual orientation day at Assumption Church April 18. Guest speaker will be Bishop P. O'Byrne of Calgary. Both functions are open to members of all religious faiths. T^ethbridfje soloist earns mark of 92 Red Deer performance said 'professional' A Red Deer ensemble and a Lethbridge soloist received the day's top mark of 92 Thursday at the eighth annual Alberta Dance Festival. The Bain School of Dancing, which Wednesday earned the top group mark of 90 awarded in the first three days of the five - day - festival, beat its record for a "professional" performance in the song and dance ensemble class for students 18 and under. Adjudicator Brian Foley said, of the five dancers, that "you probably wouldn't see a number like* this in a New York stage production. It was most definitely on a professional level." Top solo mark of the day's 58 classes presented at the Yates Memorial Centre went to Carol Jolliffe of Lethbridge for her performance in the character class for students 13-14 years. Miss Jolliffe won the mark and high pra^e from adjudicator Gweraieth Lloyd who began her duties Thursday morning with the opening ballet classes of the festival. Among other top marks for ballet were: a 91 for Margaret Beckel of Lethbridge in the mime class for competitors 11-12 years; a 90 to Tara Jean Pizzey and Paula Harper of Lethbridge in a contemporary duet class; and a 90 to Kim Ully and Alison Stillwell of Lethbridge in another contemporary duet class. Highest mark of the day in tap and stage dancing went to Gail Scott and Debbie Skaley of Red Deer. The two dancers received a 90 for their perform- Festival results �AU.IT CHARACTER, 6 and under: Shirley Konrad, Lethbridge; Susan Jones, Edmonton. _ . . NATIONAL, 7-t yeari: Terrl-Jo Ully, Lethbridge; Marl-Gaye Plney, Lethbridge. NATIONAL: * and under: Connie RIsKe, Lethbridge. CONTEMPORARY SOLO, 6 and under: Danelle Geugh, Lethbridge. BALLET, 7-8 years: Terrl-Jo Ully, Lethbridge; Darlene Sergo Lethbridge. MIME, 1MJ years: Margaret Beckel, Lethbridge; Valerie Bland, Edmonton. CONTEMPORARY SOLO, M0 years: Tara Jean Plney, Lethbridge; Note Dahl, Lethbridge. CONTEMPORARY, 11 - 1J years: Kim Ully, Lethbridge; Cindy Rice, Magrath. MIME, 13-14 years: Lorl Ully, Lethbridge; Collette Hrynew, Edmonton. DUET CHARACTER, �-!0 years: Jackie Peser and Colleen Buerllne, Edmonton. DUET CONTEMPORARY, 9 - 10 years: Tara Jean Pizzey and Paula Harper, Lethbridge: CHARACTER, 7-S years: Jackie Klce, Magrath; Mari-Gaye Pizzey Lethbrldae. BALLET, 11-12 years: Anne Lanier, Wilson Siding; Keltle MacLachlan, Calgary. MIME, 7-1 years: Karen Pearson, Klpp; Pamela Lowlngs, Lethbridge. ENSEMBLE MIME, 9 and under: Jolliffe Academy, Lethbridge. CHARACTER, 13-14 veers: Carol Jolliffe, Lethbridge; Olane Turner, Lethbrldae. ETHNIC, �-10 years: Beverley Mlsklw, Edmonton. TRIO CHARACTER, 12 and under: Kim Ellison, Anne Lanier and Vanessa Plettell, Lethbridge. DUET CONTEMPORARY, 11-12 years: Kim Ully end Alison Stillwell Lethbridge; Wendy Trockstad and Cindy Rice, Lethbridge. DUET NATIONAL, 1M2 years: Margaret Beckel and Catherine Khan, Lefhorldoe. CONTEMPORARY, Open: Maureen Hart, Calgary. TAP AND STAGE SONG AND DANCE TRIO, 12 and under: Debbie Platz, Shelley For** and Lorraln Fritz, Edmonton. TAP DUET, 13-14 years: Barbara Becker and Linda Rlchens, Edmonton; Pat Sanger and Joan Tymchuk, Edmonton. ACROBATIC DUET, 9-10 years: Debbie and Donna Fish, Calgary. TAP TRIO, 12 and under: Steffi Skrzypczak, Anastasia Sgouromltls and Kevin Oxamltny, Edmonton. ACROBATIC SOLO, 13-14 years: John Kamlnskt. Edmonton. JAZZ QUARTET 15 and under: Hay's School of Dancing, Edmonton SONG AND DANCE ENSEMBLE, IB and under: Bain School of Dancing, Red Deer. JAZZ SOLO, 13-14 years: Collette Hrynew, Edmonton; Cheryl Richie, Calgary. JAZZ SOLO, Open: Jackie Graceffo, Edmonton; Susan Hart, Calgary. TAP SOLO, Open: Robb Card, Ed. monfon, fled with Marlene Lecky, Ed monton; Debbie Kroeger, Consort, tied with Mavraan Hart, Calgary. QUARTET TAP, 12 and under: Hay'* School of Dancing, Edmonton; Lakevlew School of Dancing Lethbridge. JAZZ TRIO, 12 and under: Andrea Petty, Michel* Gelsler and Tracy Hudson, Calgary. SONG AND DANCE DUET, 1&16 years: Gall Scott and Debbie. Skaley, Red Deer; Lorl Ully and Mark Litchfield, Lethbridge. SONG AND DANCE DUET, 13-14 years: Myrna Lecky end Linda Rlchens, Edmonton; Darlene Kereluij: and John Kamlnskl, Edmonton. JAZZ QUARTET, 12 and under: Hav's School of Dancing, Edmonton. TAP ENSEMBLE, 12 and under: Bain School of Dancing, Red Deer. JAZZ TRIO, 15 and under: Sandra High, Pat Senger and Joan Tymchuk, Edmonton. SONG AND DANCE TRIO, 15 and ul-der: Nadlne Gauf, Debbie Platz and QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. ��PHONE 328-7684�� Watch For Our Gigantic BONANZA SALE STARTING TUESDAY, MARCH 16th Store Hours - Monday thru Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Closed Sundays and Holidays FREE DELIVERY Westminster Drug | Boyd's Pharmacy Westminster Shopping Centre Phone 328-7833  Revlen Dealer LTD. ZelleKs Shopping Centre Phone 328-3760  Post Office Facilities  Max Factor Dealer LTD. SOCIAL CREDIT NOMINATION MEETING WEST SIDE CONSTITUENCY ALLAN WATSON SCHOOL WEDNESDAY, MAR. 17th Registration begins at 7 p.m. SPECIAL SPEAKER Lorraln Fritz Edmonton; ^ John Kamlnskl, Beverley Mlsklw and Darlene Kerelulk, Edmonton. _ ENSEMBLE SONG AND DANCE, Open: Hart's School of Dancing, Calgary. HIOHLAND AND IRISH IRISH JIG, 1M4 ytars: Nadlne Gauf, Edmonton; Gall Scott, Red near. SWORD DANCE - 1112 years: Keltle MacLachlan, Calgary; Nancy Laban, Edmonton. _____ DUET - HIOHLAND OR IRISH, 7-1 years: Michelle Bergeron and Sydney Watson, Calgary; Cheryl Turin and Branda O'Connor, Calgary. TRIO - HIGHLAND OR IRISH,  10 years: Donna Ashley, Janice Wllkle end Erin O'Connor, Calgary; Robyn Young, Maureen O'Connor and Teresa Cadman, Calgary. SEANN TRUIBHAS, 15-le years: Debbie Skaley Red Deer. . HIGHLAND OR IRISH QUARTET 11-12 years: Hay's School of Dancing, Edmonton. SAILOR'S HORNPIPE, 13-14 years: Heather Dunselth, Edmonton; Nadlne Gauf, Edmonton. SEAN TRUIBHAS, TMt years: Wenda Crawford, Red Deer, Satta|ean Legg, Edmonton. ENSEMBLE - HIGHLAND OR IRISH, M0 years: Evelyn Nicholson, Lelnweber School of Highland Dancing, Calgary; Evelyn Nicholson Lelnweber School of Highland Dancing, Calgary. HIGHLAND FLING, 13-14 years: Nadlne Gauf, Edmonton; Heather Dunselth, Edmonton. IRISH JIG, 15-16 years: Sharron Thomson Edmonton, tied with Debbie Skaley, Red Deer; Linda Randall, Calgary. HIGHLAND FLING, 17-18 years: Bettefeen Legg, Edmonton; Wenda Crawford, Red Deer. HIGHLAND NATIONAL, 13  14 years: Gall Scott, Red Deer; Nadlne Gauf, Edmonton. SEANN TRUIBHAS, Open: Jacqueline Watt, Edmonton. SAILOR'S HORNPIPE, 1$-U years: Debbie Skaley, Red Deer. SWORD DANCE, 17-11 years: Wenda Crawford, Red Deer: Bette-|ean Legg, Edmonton. and dance students 15-16 ance in the duet, class for years. Classes in Highland and Irish dancing, which started opening day Tuesday, noted the first marks of 90 given by adjudicator Sandra Bald Jones. Wenda Crawford of Red Deer, who Wednesday received a noteworthy 91 in a tap and stage class, earned a 90 Thursday for her performance in the Sean Truibhas class for students 17-18 years. And Gail Scott, also of Red Deer, earned a 90 for her dancing in the Highland national competition for contestants 13-14 years. The first Highland group to receive a 90 was from the Evelyn Nicholson Lelnweber School of Highland Dancing of Calgary. The ensemble won the mark in the Highland or Irish ensemble class for students 9-10 years. Six trophies were presented Wednesday. Connie Riske won the Carson trophy for highest marks in National and Character class for competitors six and under. The House of Books trophy went to Elaine Wandler of St. Albert. The trophy is given annually for the highest mark to solo Highland or Irish classes, excluding Highland national, for students. 6 and under. Joanne Nicholson of Edmonton won the Junior Highland National trophy presented annually by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leister of Lethbridge. Erin O'Connor of Calgary won the Junior Irish Jig trophy given by the Green Acres Kiwanis Club of Lethbridge. The Ian Wood Memorial Trophy for Junior Sailor's Hornpipe was awarded to Nancy Laban of Edmonton. Keltie MacLachlan of Calgary won the Lelnweber Highland Aggregate trophy. The trophy is given for the highest aggregate mark in junior classes in three types of Highland dance. FOR RENT IDEAL DOWNTOWN LOCATION Cor. 5th St. and 4th Ave. S. LETHBRIDGE Contact Suite 14, Latterly Bldg. or Phone 327-5301 The last of the festival's 211 classes will be held this evening and Saturday. Highland and Irish classes will get under way tonight at 6:30, with ballet starting at 9:20. The festival, which is sponsored by the Lethbridge Gyro Club and the Lethbridge Ballet Auxiliary, and which represents 38 teachers, and about 900 entries, will conclude Sat- urday night with a concert bo gining at 8 p.m. at the Yates. The concert will feature performances by festival competitors, as selected by the three adjudicators, plus the awarding of about 40 scholarships, trophies, and awards. Tickets for the Saturday evening show are by reservation, and may be purchased at the Yates box office. 18 students to run for six LCC posts Eighteen Lethbridge Community College students are contesting six positions in student elections set for March 16. Ron Taylor, a business education student, was declared treasurer by acclamation. Three students are running for student council president: Jim Ailsby (business education), Knuto Loewer (radio arts) and Don Morino (recreation). Three are running for external vice - president: Wilf Lane (business education), Manmohan Rai (business education) and Katherine  Ann Gill (recreation). Four are running for internal vice  president: Diane Penny-cook (nursing education), Villa-Jean Tyrell (rec r e a 11 o n), Wayne Krickson (business education) and Jean Boon (recreation). Three are running for social convener: Vera Lowry (recrea- tion), Joey Androkovioh (recreation) and Gary Santa (college preparation). Three are running for public relations officer: Keir Vaughan - Taylor (journalism), Jay Reardon (business education) and Wally Garrick (recreation). Two are running for secretary: Jennifer Fisher (recreation) and Linda Merchant (recreation). $30 fine Julius Vincent Wolf, 26, of 285 7th Ave. S. pleaded guilty to two counts of common assault before Judge A. H. Elford, in Lethbridge magistrate's court Friday. Judge Elford levied fines of $30 per charge or 10 days in default to run concurrently per charge. 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