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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, March 1t, 1974 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD -15 Kaiser mines plan safety upgrading The Herald- District Festival winners The Crowsnest Pass Blairmore Lions Club annual music festival concluded with a grand concert of award winners in the Isabelle Sellon School Wednesday evening. Pictured here are receivers of awards and trophies. Front row (1-r) Rodney Kettles, Charlotte Dobek, Lori Koinberg, Virginia Gale, Richard Skrzyzala, Shannon Watson, Ronda Prevost, Cathy Kryczka, Trevor Wilke and Rachel Dobek; back row (1-r) Kelley Killoran, Karen Pozzi, Wayman Mah, Laurie Fumagalli, Walter Gale, Jody Hutchinson, Barbara Dennis, Karen Dobek, Judy Brecht and Bonnie Park. Blairmore Fumagalli top note at music fest Adjudicators choice Laurie Fumagalli of Bellevue is presented with the Blairmore Lions Scholar- ship award by adjudicator Edward Lincoln. The award sponsored by the Lions is awarded to the competitor showing, in the opinion of the adjudicator, the greatest musical promise. "FARM TRUCK TIRE SALE PLAIN GRIP 4695 4995 59" 6495 750x16-8 ply 750x20-10 ply 825x20-10 ply 900x20-10 ply 8595 8995 875x16.5-8ply.. 4995 5495 Buy Now As Increases Will Be In Effect Soon AN First Graft Nylon (II LEONARD THE MART LTD. L 'WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL" 327-3590 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Blairmore Lions Club Crowsnest Pass Musical Festival held at Isabelle Sellon School, March 11-13 wound up with a grand concert of award and trophy winners. The Walter Moser memorial trophy for the highest marks in the festival was split between a duet team of Laurie Fumagalli and Wayman Mah and Miss Fumagalli for her piano solo. A high festival mark of 88 was scored. The Blairmore Lions Club challenge trophy for high marks in senior classes went to Karen Pozzi and the Blairmore Board of Trade challenge trophy for high marks in junior classes went to Miss Fumagalli and Mr. Mah. The Herald Mark memorial trophy went to the Blairmore Junior Choristers, directed by Mrs Inger Randies. The Canyon School from Pincher Creek, directed by Caroline Johnson, took the Crowsnest Consolidated School District challenge trophy for high marks in school chorus classes. The John Ferstay challenge trophy went to Miss Fumagalli for high marks in violin solo classes. The L. L. Morgan challenge trophy for vocal solo was split by Karen Dobek of Blairmore and Barbara Dennis of Lundbreck. Jody Hutchinson of Sparwood took the J. E. Upton memorial trophy with a mark of 84 in reed solo classes. Walter Gail of Hillcrest was awarded the Frank Edl trophy for high in the brass solo classes and Miss Fumagalli took the Moser challenge trophy in piano solo classes. Thp pinoher Creek Shield for orchestra went to Crowsnest Pass Symphony and the Dr. L. R. Amundsen challenge trophy for band competitions went to the Crowsnest Pass High School. Karen Pozzi of Bellevue took the Chappell memorial trophy for piano open 'class. The Roy Upton challenge trophy for Bach piano was tied by Lori Koinberg and Virginia Gale, both of Blairmore who chalked up 87 points each. Miss Gale also was awarded the Harvey Wheatcroft challenge trophy in piano sonatina classes. The T. J. Costigan challenge trophy for high in speech arts went to Charlotte Dobek of Blairmore. The Knights of Columbus challenge trophies for pre- school solos went to Kalhy Kryczka of Coleman and Trevor Wilke of Blairmore. The Audrey Bonne trophies for vocal solos Grades 1-3 and Grades 7, 8 and 9 went to Rachel Dobek of Blairmore and Bonnie Park of Coleman, respectively. The G. Eriksson challenge trophies for vocal solo Grade 4. 5 and 6 were presented to Kelly Killoran and Rodney Kettle, both of Pincher Creek The Blairmore Elks Lodge award for band competition went to the Crowsnest Pass High School concert band and (he Madeleine Pinkney duel award for piano went to Miss Fumagalli and Mr. Mah. The Madeleine Pinkney sonata award went to Karen Pozzi and the Dobek Brothers reed solo award went to Jody Hutchinson of Sparwood. Ronda Prevost of Pincher Creek took the Blairmore Lions piano accordion award and Miss Fumagalli took the Blairmore Lions piano solo award with a mark of 88. The Blairmore Lions String solo award was presented to Miss Fumagalli who received 86 markjs and Mr. Gail of Hillcrest was awarded the Blairmore Lions brass solo award. The Blairmore Lions junior vocal award went to Karen Dobek of Blairmore and Miss Dennis of Lundbreck who tied for first with 87 marks. Adjudicator Edward Lincoln, who had a special soft spot for contestant Michael Randies, 6, who sang Rubber Ducky in the grand concert, presented him with a special award. NATAL (HNS) Several new measures are planned by Kaiser Resources Ltd. to upgrade its safety program at the Sparwood coal operations with the objective of making it "the safest mining operation in the country." Included in the new approach is an intensive deficient prevention course for supervisors, from foreman to the manager level. The course will be conducted by Philip Speakman, safety administrator of the Mining Association of British Columbia, starting today. Henry Volkmann, industrial relations manager of Kaiser Resources, will take personal charge of the program. He says it is based on the concept that management has the major responsibility for safety. Consequently, supervisory personnel will be held responsible for the safe operation of their respective departments. The course "for supervisors will stress job training instruction, particularly for front-line supervision. "If a man does his job right, he will usually do it Mr Speakman said The course is compulsory for some 200 supervisors at the Sparwood operation. It comprises five lectures of about hours each There will be four classes per day with about 50 attending each class. Mr. Speakman, who conducts the course on a full- time basis for member companies of the association, says the success of any safety program depends on the attitude towards safety by all employees, from laborer to senior management Sex talk STIRLING (HNS) The Stirling Parent Teachers Association will hold a panel discussion on sex education in the school Thursday, March 21. at 8 p.m. Everyone is invited. "The course is designed to create an awareness of the consequence of accidents, the principles of safety, the responsibility for safety and a system for accid'ent prevention." The course will also be followed by with concerted programs of communication and implementation, ihi-iuuuig weekly safety meetings, daily "tool box" sessions, special safety bulletins and strict enforcement of all safety regulations. Coaldale plans drop-in centre COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale and district sportsplex ice arena will close April 1. The southern region lacrosse league has applied to use the sportsplex arena this summer. Town council has received a request from the Central Alberta Dairy Pool to upgrade its building here. Council tabled the request, pending receipt of more information. Council refuses to accept waste disposal from the plant in its sewer system but will accept other sewage. Council has asked the South Oldman River recreation board for more detail on 1973 expenditures before the 1974 budget will be considered Progress is being made towards the realization of a senior citizens' drop-in centre here John Boon, director of social services and preventive social services for the Barons- Eureka Health Unit, has reported the use of a town owned home at 1805 -18 Ave is favored The group inspected the premises and discussed renovations necessary to make the accommodation more suitable for the purpose A meeting has been scheduled for 10-30 am Tuesday SEED CONTRACTS High Prices Contracts now available for PEAS and other SEED CROPS COLUMBIA SEED Co. 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