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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI inHMlDOi HHUklB Scout awards presented at annual regional meet By LAMIY BENNETT ilcrald Staff Writer Two area boy scouts re ceived the highest scouting award before becoming Ven turers a tthe 7th annual meet ing cf the Southern Alberta re gional Council of the Boy Scouts of Canada night in Lethbridge Saturday ceived the Queens Venturer Award Certificate for demon Queens Scout Recognition Certificates were presented to Ryan MacDonnell of the Card ston Troop and Leon Kemp of the 4lh Leihbridge Six area scouts also re Changing self to service scouting says Halmrast former Al berta minister of told the 7th annual meeting of the Southern Alberta Regional Council of the Boy Scouts of Canada the aim of boy scout training is to replace self with a boy scout trained to function individ Few organizations have ad a better record in meeting neir aims than the Boy Scouts f said are important in the ueeessful operation of any Milk hearing 011 April 21 A public hearing into pro posed minimum retail and wholesale milk prices will be held April at the Lethbridge Court The Alberta Public Utilities Board will hear presentations at the hearing including any from public or private con The increase in the minimum prices of milk if approved will be determined by the Public Utilities The increase is Division of Silverwood Dairies Coop and Union Milk Division of Silvenvood Danes both of Milk prices now are 27 cents a quart wholesale two per cent 28 cents retail for two per 29 cents a quart wholesale homogenized and 30 cents a quart retail homogeniz enice Without the help o f the many hard working vol Kurt unteers and the cooperation1 all the members of the boy emits we could not have a ueeessful is the period of build ng hopes and faith it is a time when decisions must Women guests of chamber The Lethbridge Chamber oi Commerce will entertain about 25 women at a special meet ing in the Gas Company Au ditorium tonight at in an attempt to get more participa tion by female members on the various chamber Chamber Wilt Bowns said the meeting is de signed to get the opinions of several women on the possibil ity of forming a committee for or to get more active participation by them on exist ing Business jotting Steve D o b a president o United Motors Car and Trailei Rentals in the was to leave Saturday for Toronto to attenc a meeting of the Canadian Dealer Advisory Council to Am erican Dobay is Alberta repre sentative on the council and is also its recording Check Copitoll I Before You Buy CARPET and LINO Complete Installations Free Estimates No Obligation PHONE 3278578 Capitol Furniture The Carpet House of the South strating an individual effort in acquiring skills that may be beneficial to The scouts receiving the awards were Bill Taber Tom Taber Brian Tater Roy Taber Lourne Barnwell and Da vid Mereski of Tom McCarthy of another was unable to attend the meeting to rtceive his Appreciation awards were presented to individuals who had contributed extra effort and work to Ihe success of Those receiving the awards were Robert the pastpresident of the Southern Alberta Regional Cardston Claude the council from Ihe Flatlands district William e only after those de cisions are made is th true character of a person said It is important for youths to make the right then he remaining character will one for all to take pride Halmrast Scouting best serves the youth as a preventive social it them healthy outlets and exposes them to the proper decisions in life they will have to Involvement in scouting pre vents youths from having the less meritable thoughts that would lead to the wrong deci sions and a character of which no one could be said The true success in scouting is the responsibility of the adult not the Ths leaders must be willing to make to spend many hours of to give that certain extra so the youth might know in which direction from Medicine om missioner from the Grizzly dis rict and Art Williams for he work he contributed in 1965 and Joan Lethbridge iarl anc Charles Evans of the Bur they should move and the decisions are they what must dett and Foremost were presented pins for 20 years of service to Five persons were presentee with and signifing 10 years of service to 15year service awards 15 received lapel pins Standing tears as dance festival closes RECITAL TONIGHT Violirmt Francis Chaplin of University s Schoo of Music will be guest wiih pianist lucicn Noedham o ho n in n concert tonighi a the Mcirnnal Centre The partu the 197071 U nf L concert sturts af and wil fpaturp music by CastelnuvoTrdescoand Tickets will be avsiinblo ath Yates box A Man for All Seasons opens Thursday in Yales By JOAN BOWMAN llrrald Entertainment Writer rapacity audience at the rat Yates Memorial Cen erupteel into a standing and an is year old jjiiecT burst into tears Satur liny night when she was pre sent d with eight in eluding an unprecedented two IjOiil attheAlberta Crawford of Red the tap and gold denot 11114 outstanding per nvoices in the two types of drcc It was the first time in eightyear history of the that a single perform er h s won two Kthird gold for bal went to Carol JolUffe of who won a total of Miss who ieved the highest mark regular competitions in ihe fiveday was with the senior tap the Ssann Truiuhas given by Alberta Dance senior Irish senior inhland National and Ra trophies for senior plus the Eatons Highland Ag Miss won the prestigious government o Alberta ballet and liophies for senior se national and senior char acter Of the 45 scholarships awards and trophies presented at the closing cere mony of the 16 went ti 14 to Bed 12 n Edmonton and three to Cal make to become responsible members of the Halmrast told the In closing Halmrasl praised the volunteers in volved in scouting and remind ed them being a volunteer meant sacrifice and hare without those two attri butes nothing could ever he ac Mitchell regional president Maurice of Leth bridge was elected president of the Southern Alberta Re gional Council of the Boy Scouts of Canada at the 7th annual meeting Other officers elected were David first vicepresi Cardston Donald second Lethbridge Verl Raymond and Frank Leth Eldred Palmer of Clares holm was recommended for appointment to the position of r e g i o n al The recommendation is to be sent to the Alberta Provincial Com missioner for Tickets went on sale last week for the forthcoming Uni versity of Lethbridge produc tion of the A Man for All The by the U of L Play ers formerly the university dramatic is scheduled for a fourperformance run at the Yates Memorial Centre this The opening at 2 will be for a student Public eve ning at 8 oclock will take place Satur day and Directed by Brian Tyson of the English the Robert Bolt play features Wyn stan Jones in the lead role of Sir Thomas Jones is a member of the U of L li brary Firstyear student Richard Finlay will appear as Henry The cast of 14 also includes Charles Schott as Cardinal George Mann as the Duke of Ted Orchard as Thcmas Nora Rose as Lady Robert Tarleck as Archbishop Cran mer and Dan Bratton as Rich ard A Man for All Seasons is the i fur tlii11 pmliie s grcjp was formed The si 5c9 srd ihp Miser Lain by Tho ifwr threo awftrtls j on Anne Lanier of Wilson Siding 1 the junior ballet schol and the junior balle Alison Stillwell of Leth All fourth at the Albjrra and shared a for hfrld in Lnhitniraorary scholarship I ihc Miser Ull of Milkdrinking l set r c fpe e la i ti fnir L 1 can i wi h iA Of ard iiP y TO en s Lhu ihe record five f in J wcoiN n bridge weai the junior nationa con witl Ully of Th Ihs lire is donated by th Beta Sigma Ph urs Ko nun Jolliffe Aca of the of Dancing swept mos of his tne ballet with Mu principal of th n winning the balle i rners trophy as the teache i students attain the high i number of top places if1 Lethbridge winners in Connie with th Trophy Vanessa Pie with the Caiman Troph i Lori Ully the Rosah I Trophv for contempo Tara Jean Pizze the junior national so donated by th Sigma The academ A the senior ballet ensemb and The Lethbridg lieaid trophy for national en 1 t K T the CIMCII ni fJI I1 avi n I of Rere J fc nt Ix p news Cl piratic ought to a conclusion the and some daily sessions ghth Alberta Dance extended as long as 17 ponsored annually by the However festival committee ethbridge Gyro Club and the members indicated teachers ethbridge Ballet The festival held its move 210 classes exclusively in he Yates Memorial Centre this accepted the long in or der that all students be allow ed to dance in the wellequip p2d Yates awards BALLET 10 years Steffi Edmonton Paula CHARACTER 1112 years Vanessa Lethbridge Anne rilscn Siding 15lfi years Patricia Merrl Edmonton Patricia dmonton ENSEMBLE 12 nd under Jolliffe Academy of Dane 1314 years Carol ethbrldge Nadine Edmonton ENSEMBLE 12 and un er Jolliffe Academy of ethbrldge 17 18 years Janet Edmonton M 1 M 1516 years Mark Litch Lelhbrldge Denise Chartier ENSEMBLE 15 and under olllffe Academy of Leth CORRECTION 1112 years Anne Vilson Siding Jane Leth HIGHLAND AND IRISH SAILORS Open sn Edmonton jacciuellne SLIP Under 15 Geraldlne Over 15 Rita Edmonton HIGHLAND 1516 years Debbie Red Under 12 Devine ichool of HIGHLAND FLING Open Jacque ine JIG IN Under 15 Riess School of Irish HIGHLAND 17 18 Wenda Red Deer letteiane SLIP Under Kathleen Edmonton Ed FOUR HAND Under 15 Devine school of SET Under 15 Sean Mo Edmonton Geraldin Edmonton Over 15 Rita SWORD Open Jacqueline FOUR HAND REEL Under School of Edmonton Under 12 Kathleen McGuIn Edmonton Hellen Ed SAILORS 1718 years Bettei Red Under 15 Sean McGulnness Edmonton John Devine Edmonton Over 15 Rita IRISH OpenSusan Ed monton Jacqueline Edmc REEL IN Under Riess School of Irish Ed monton TROPHIES AWARDS STAGE BALLET GOLD MEDAL Carol Jol TAP GOLD MEDAL Wenda Red Deer BALLET fo senior classes Split between patrici M e r r i g a and Jane Edmontcn BALLET fo entrants 1314 years Carol Jolllffe L SENIOR8 TAP 550 Wenda Red SENIOR TAP SSO Debbie Red SENIOR JAZZ tyrna Lecky SENIOR JAZZ ollelte JUNIOR BALLET 35 Anne Wilson JUNIOR TAP teffi Edmontcn DUET CONTEMPORARY SCHOL RSH1P Lethbridge students 15 Kim Ully and Alison JUNIOR NATIONAL SOLO ARSH1P Lethbridge students 25 TaraJean Piiiey ACROBATIC DUET SCHOAR two of Jeanette Auchen Dan Edmonton SENIOR BALLET TROPHY Carol JUNIOR BALLET TROPHY Anne Wilson RAWORTH TAP TROPHY Wenda Red MARTIN TAP TROPHY Steffi Edmonton SENIOR NATIONAL TROPHY Carol ILL1NSWORTH TROPHY Allison CARSON TROPHY Connlt Rlskt TROPHY VanessS PIM LETHBRIDGE BALLET AUXILIA Y TROPHY Carol Leth rRolALIE CARTER TROPHY Lori HEINTZMAN TROPHY BALLET ENSEMBLE Jolliffe Academy of Danc LETHBRIDGE HERALD TRO PHY JolUffe Academy of CHALLENGE TROPHY aln School of Red Deer STETTLER JUNIOR TAP ENSEM BLE TROPHY Bain School of Danc TROPHY fHSpHYl Edmonton Wendi Muriel TAP TEACHERS TRO bara Ed HIGHLAND HIGHLAND GOLD MEDAL Wlnd Red Deer SENIOR HIGHLAND FLING SSO Bettejane SENIOR SEANN at Wrnda Red SENIOR DANrE SCHOL S50 Debbie Red TE N I O R HIGHLAND NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP SSO Gail Red Dli N I 0 R HIGHLAND SCHOLAR 525 Jamie IRSH STEP DANCING SCHOLAR each to a boy and girl Rita Edmonton Sean Mc HIGHLAND OR IRISH JUNIOR DUET S15 each Maureen and Te resa Calgary EATONS HIGHLAND AGGRE GATE TROPHY Wendi HIGHLAND OPEN AG GREGATE TROPHY Jacqueline JIG TROPHY TROPHY Debbie Red SENIOR HIGHLAND NATIONAL TROPHY Wenda Red DIHH5HLAND TEACHERS TROPHY Evelyn HEAR LOLA LANGE Speaking on the Report of the Royal Commission en Status of At The Gait School Of Nursing Auditorium March 17th Sponsored by the South District EVERYONE WELCOME MOSSEY 9th AVENUE HARDWARE GIGANTIC STOCK HIGH Tne Total Eye brand new and Mled with nil Ihe eieopeners you need for the latest in eye The Monochromatic Its done with paletodeep shades of one and creates a beautiful Illusion your eyes are full of more Blue per Complimenteiry makeup lessons call now for your MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE COLtEGE MAtl 3281525 CHURCH OF NAZARENE CHOIR ccs rev scheduled tonight through FriiJoy Cnuni i e The choir will sing each rn JP travelling evangelist and r at frtwn South Dakota and Antn c i rcm 7 Swine show this week The Southern Alberta Swino Show and Sale will bo held Tuesday and Wednesday in the i Lethbndge Exhibition Pavil ion There are 73 comercial and purebred animals entered m the show which will heRin Tuesday morning at 8 The sale will Ret under way uith the purebred stock being sold at 2 and I the commercial stock at 7 The Lethbridge Branch of the Conservative Association of Will Hold a MEETING 168 Gas Company Auditorium Ur FORM AN ACTION GROUP All Members Arc To Attend TOYS PRICE Included are and Reliable Plush Toys Hot Wheels Games Spirograph Battery Toys Mighty Mike Action Sets Service Sta Buy Now and Save FOR BIRTHDAYS OR PUT THEM AWAY FOR NEXT CHRISTMAS GIFTWARE CLEARING AT off MOSSEY 9th HARDWARE 9th at 16 Street Phone 3283684 ;