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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Friday, March 19, 1971 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD ~ H M Oil I. ill V Dancers pass exams Five students of the Jolliffe Academy of. Dancing were successful in Royal Academy of Dancing major examinations held recently in Calgary. Local companies Two local companies have been incorporated under the Companies Act of the Province of Alberta. Hughes Agri-Marketing Ltd., 201 Canada Trust Building, implement dealers, and Bullock's Auto Body Ltd., 312 1st Ave. auto servicing, have, been listed in the Feb. 27 Alberta Gazette as having completed registration for company status. In elementary examinations, Carol Jolliffe was commended and Diane Turner gained a pass mark. In pre  elementary, Anne Lanier and Vanessa Plettell were highly commended. Kim Ellison received a pass mark. Renovations A $29,000 building permit has been taken out by Henry Hardy Construction Ltd. for interior renovations to that part of the Professional Building formerly occupied by Simpsons-Sears' order office. The Royal Trust Company plans to move into the building. EXHIBITION and SALE OF ORIGINAL WORKS OF ART by J. W. CRITTENDEN TODAY and SATURDAY IN COLLEGE MALL Japanese garden attracts 390,000 The Nikka Yuko Centennial Garden, Lethbridge's $300,000 gift to Canada's 100th birthday celebrations, continued to be one of the city's major tourist attractions last year. By the end of August, 1970, 44,677 persons had toured the four-acre site on the shores of Henderson Lake. By the garden's seasonal closing in the fall, an estimated 390,000 had visited the project since its unofficial opening in 1966. The garden, honoring the ties between Canada and Japan, opened its cypress-wood gates officially in 1967 when Prince and Princess Takamatsu of Japan visited the city. Reputedly the largest inland Japanese garden outside Japan, the Nikka Yuko garden features a bell tower, azumaya (gazebo), pavilion, idealized mountain and waterfall, actual stream and bridges, stone lanterns and about 450 different types of trees. It is expected the garden will reach its full beauty in 10 years, when t h e stone and ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Ctrtified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Blda. 32M095 wood of the pavilion become weathered and the trees attain their full height. The project, which required about three years to complete, Was designed by Professor Ta-dashi Kubo of the University of Osaka Prefecture. In 1964 the Lethbridge and District Japanese Garden Committee picked one of 12 garden designs proposed by Professor Kubo, and the work commenced. The rocks, all 300 tons hauled from the Crowsnest Pass and Lundbreck Falls areas, were carefully chosen for color, shape, size and texture. The pavilion was built in Japan, dismantled, shipped to Lethbridge and re-assembled on the site. Landscaping and planting of trees was completed and on July 14, 1967, the garden greeted its first official guests. Later additions to the garden were a gift stone lantern, a wishing well, fingerling trout and swans. Only the last additions have been a problem. In all, about 40 countries from around the world are represented in the garden's tourist figures. VARIED SPECIES There are some SO species of porpoises; THE CITY'S LONG ARM-The City of Lethbridge recently purchased a new $37,000 "giraffe crane," for use by the parks and recreation departmet in trimming trees and other high level work, and by the electrical department for high wiring, changing street lamps and similar jobs. The elbow crane will lift two men up to 55 feet high, from controls in a two-man bucket. The unit including truck weighs 27,000 pounds. One of the crane's first jobs, shown here, was trimming trees in Henderson Lake Park. CHRYSLER CANAOA LTD DODGE DEMON SAVINGS! VALUE! SPECIALS! Your Dodge Dealer has them on the complete '71 Dodge lineup. DODGE DART DODGE CHARGER DODGE CHALLENGER DODGE CORONET BIG DODGE Now is the time to shop Dodge Music exam results The Western Board of Music of Alberta has announced the results of practical and theory examinations held early this year in Lethbridge and other centres. Names arc listed in order of merit, with "and" signifying equal marks. PIANO - GRADE 9: Pass, Renee Harris. GRADE 8: Honors, Anne Cameron; Pass Carol Erickson. GRADE 7: First class honors, Janet Graham. Honors, Carla Young Pass, Robert Keeler, Erna Wamsteeker. GRADE 6: First class honors; Carolyn Drewry. Honors, Faye Cornish. GRADE 5: First class honors, Richard Stephure. GRADE 4: First class honors, Maureen McCall, Janet Rudd. Honors, Patricia Burchak. GRADE 3: First class honors, Randel Sawada, Margaret Foster. Honors, Barbara Martin, Christina Kenwood. GRADE 5: First class honors, Mary Duckett and Andrew Stlllwell. Honors, Terry Jovenazzo. GRADE Ir First class honors, Sharl Lyn Fong, Shlreen Caiman Douglas Keeler. Honors, Mar-lene Taubensee. SINGING - GRADE 3: Honors, Margaret Young. GRADE 3: Honors, Carla Young. THEORY - GRADE 7: Counterpoint: Honors, Jeffrey Caiman. GRADE 6, Harmony: First class honors, Edith Sheffield. Honors, Patricia Tompkins, Roxanne Laycock. GRADE 6, History: First class honors, Marion Esau, Jeffrey Caiman.  GRADE 6, Form.: Honors, Marlon Esau, Edith Sheffield, Patricia Prag-neil. GRADE 3, Harmony: First class honors, Teresa Pitcher, Dani Pahulle. Honors, Maida Pahulje Donna Passey. GRADE i: First class honors, Margaret Young, Carol Steed, Barbara Erickson, Shelley Matkln, Carla Young, Elizabeth Sheffield. Honors, Uort Leister, Theresa Reilander. GRADE 3: First class honors, Catherine McCracken, Cheryl Sanderson, Debra Cutforth, Robert Tagg, Berna-dette Pahul|e, Erna Wamsteeker. Honors, Peggy Johnson, Barbara Stewart, Penny Erickson. Pass Rae Ann Steed. GRADE 2: First class honors, Helen Matsushita and June Poelman, Barbara Glbb, Nancy Foster, Carol Rei-mer. Honors, Patricia Last. Pass, Jodie Penper. GRADE 1: First class honors, Carol Jorgenson and Patricia Tomlta, Diane Whitehead, Jeanelle Johnson, Cathy Veenland, Elaine Reilander. BLAIRMORI THEORY - GRADE 4: First class honors, Robyn Pefrone. GRADE 3: First class honors, Mary Anne Krywolt, Karen Dobek, Lori Koln-berg, Donald Townsend. Anthony Fu-magall!. Pass, Jo-Anne Dobek, Patricia Pozzi GRADE 2: First class honors, Diane Svoboda. GRADE 1: First class honors, Barry Hucik, Dianne Wells. PINCHER CREEK PIANO - GRADE 8: Honors. Dixie Minaker. Pass, Lawrence Panlec. GRADE 7: Honors, Laura Levesgue, Vada Wynder. GRADE 3: Pass, Terry Yakubic. CLARINET - GRADE 1: First class honors, Debra Fantin. EUPHONIUM - GRADE 1: Darren Fantin. TROMBONE - GRADE 3: class honors, Kirk Musoratt. THEORY - GRADE 5, Harmony: First class honors, Rosalyn Bryan and Dixie Minaker. Honors, Doreen Kettles. GRADE 4: First class honors, Dale Sllbernaqel, Debra Bustard, Lauralea Toney Sharon  Sorge. Honors, Elizabeth Murphy. GRADE 3: First class honors, Donna Sproule and Debra Archibald, Jo�n McRae, Arthur Bensler. Honors, Eileen Peterson, Connie Sproule. Pass, Verna Blackburn. GRADE 2: First class honors, Lorna Merrill, Brenda Hocksteln and Dianna Marcellus. Richard Cook, Fayra Dennis, Heather Buries; Pass, Arlene Vo-galaar. GRADE 1: First class honors, Alona Pack, Sharon Bensler, Kathy Cleland. Honors, Lome Cleland.- Terry Yakubic, Rita Fredericksen. Pass. First $200 fine Edward Patrick Kane, 24, of Calgary appeared before Judge A. H. Elford Wednesday in Let hbridge magistrate's court to answer a charge of illegal possession of marijuana. Judge Elford imposed a fine of $200 and placed Kane on one year probation. Kan.e was arrested by the RCMP Jan. 8 in a routine search of a residence. GREAT FOOD SAVINGS AT Prices effective until closing Saturday, March 20th SWIFT'S TENDERGROWN FRYING CHICKEN Cut Up, Tray Pack TABLE RITE RED BRAND Chuck Steaks C"TCT.. ,b 69c TABLE RITE YOUNG Pork Roast ,b 39c Hock on ...... FIVE ROSES FLOUR 20-�>. bag BLUE RIBBON Coffee 10c Off. 1-lb. bag............ U7* HEINZ Ketchup n fl. oi. bottle ............ �17* WHOLE __ Niblet Corn "J .... 4-89c YORK SWEET Orange Juice 48 fl. oi. tins 2 *or / 9^ CLARK'S VEGETABLE SOUP 10-fl. oz. tins MAPLE LEAF Canned Picnics 1/2lb tin 1.55 TROPIC ISLE Mandarin Oranges" . tins 2 f�r 59c HEINZ STRAINED OR JUNIOR Baby Food ^"IT1'. 6 ~69c CANADA NO. 1 FANCY MACINTOSH APPLES Cee Grade, Vu Pack Easy Peel California uranges Ta,gerines 2 - 29c WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;