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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mcrth 1971 THE IEIHBRIDGE MERAID Dancers pass exams apanese garden attracts i The Nikka Yuko Centennial I Lethbridges Five students of the Jolhffe In elementary Academy of Dancing were sueCarol Jolliffe was commended of T cessful in Royal Academy of and Diane Turner eainerf Dancing major examinati o n s held recently in Local companies Two local companies have been incorporated under the Companies Act of the Province of Hughes AgriMarketing 201 Canada Trust im plement and Bullocks Auto Body 312 1st auto have been lisUr in the 27 Alberta Gazette as having completed registra tion for company In pre Anne Larger and Vanessa Plettell were highly Kim Ellison received a pass Renovations A building permit has been taken out by Henry Hardy Construction for in terior renovations to that part of the Professional Building formerly occupied by Simp sonsSears order By the end of persons had toured the fouracie site on the shores of Henderson By the gar dens seasonal closing in the an estimated had visited the project since its un official opening in The honoring the ties between Canada and opened its cypresswood gates officially in 1967 when Prince and Princess Takamatsu of Japan visaed the Reputedly the largest inland EXHIBITION and SALE OF ORIGINAL WORKS OF ART by CRITTENDEN TODAY and SATURDAY IN COLLEGE MALL The Royal Trust Company Japanese garden outside Jap plans to move into the build1 the Yuko garden fea 1 tures a bell azumaya idealized mountain and actu al stream and stone lanterns and about 450 different types of It is expected the garden mil reach its full beauty in 10 when t h e stone and ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan 3284095 wood of the pavilion become weathered ami the trees aitain their full The w hich required j about three years to complete was designed by Professor Ta dashi Kubo of the University of i Osaka j In 1964 the Lethbndne and j District Japanese Garden Com mittee picked one of 12 garden designs proposed by Professor and the work com The all 300 tons hauled from the Crowsnest Pass and Lundbrcck Falls were carefully chosen for size and The pavilion was built in shipped Lethbridge and reassembled on the Landscaping and planting of trees was complet ed and on July thi garden greeted its first official Later additions to the garden were a gift stone a wishing fmgerling trout and Only the last addi tions have been a problem In about 40 countries from around the world arc rep rescnte1 in the gardens tourist GREAT FOOD SAVINGS Prices effective until closing March 20th SWIFTS TENDERGROWN CAUTION MEN VARIED SPECIES There are some 50 species of THE CITYS LONG ARMThe City cf lelhbndge re cently purchased a new giraffe for use by the parks and recreation departmet in tnmmino trees and other high level and by the electrical depart ment for high changing street lamps and similar The elbow crane will lift two men up to 55 feet from controls in a twoman bucket The unit in cluding truck weighs One of the cranes first shown was trimming trees in Henderson Lake I P Dodge Qodge Jrurhs SAVINGS VALUE SPECIALS Your Dodge Dealer has them on the complete 71 Dodge DODGE DEMON DODGE DART DODGE CHARGER DODGE CHALLENGER DODGE CORONET BIG DODGE the time to shop 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 j Names arc listed in order of I with and signifying equal PIANO GRADE Penee Harris GRADE 8 Anne Cam 1 Pass Carol Erickson GRADE 7 First class Janet Graham Carla Young Robert Erna GRADE 6First class Car olyn Drewrj Faye Cornish GRADE 5First class Rich ard GRADE First class Mau reen Janet Rudd Pa tricia GRADE 3 First class Randal Margaret Fos ter Barbara Chnsfine Kenwood GRADE 3 First class Mary DucKett and Andrew Stilhvel Terry Jovenazzo GRADE 1First cass Shan Lyn Shireen Caiman Douglas Keeler Mar lei SINGING GRADE 3 Maiqaret GRADE Carla Young THEORY GRADE 7 Counter pcini Jeffrey Caiman GRADE Harmony First class hon Edith Patricia Roxsnne LavcocK GRADE History First class hon ors Manon Jeffrey Caiman GRADE Marlon Edith Patricia Prag nel GRADE Harmony First class hon Teresa Dani Pahulie Hon jVipjda Pahulte Donna GRADE A First class Mar oaret Carol Barbara Shelley Mat Carla Elizabeth Sheffield Lori Leis Theresa GRADE 3 First class Cath erine Cheryl Debra Robert Berna defte Erna Wamsteeker Hon Peaay Barbara Penny Pass Rae Ann GRADE 2 First class Helen bara Nancy Carol Rei Patricia Jo GRADE i First class Jorqenson and Patricia Diane Elaine BLA1RMORE THEORY First clssi obyn Petrone GRADE 3 First class Mary Anne Karen Lori Koin Dcnsld Tcvnsend Anthony Fu maoall JoAnne Patricia Pozzi GRADE 1 First Diane Svoboda GRADE 1 First class hon Barry Dianre Wells PtNCHER CREEK PIANO GRADE 8 Honors Dixie Minaker Lawrence Pamec GRADE 7 Honors Laura Vada Wynder GRADE 3 Terry Yakubic CLARINET GRADE 1 First class Debra Fantm EUPHONIUM GRADE 1 TROMBONE GRADE 3 First THEORY GRADE Harmony First honcrs Pcssyn Bryan DM IB DofeCn Ktt CRADE Psl Dfbrn Sharon Sorgc Eliza beh Murphy GRADE 3 Pint class Don na and Dbra Jrn Arthur Ei leen Connie Verna Blackburn GRADE 2 First class honors Lnrna fine Edward Patrick of Calfiai appeared before Judge II Elford I in Let liljndge court to answer a charge of il legal possession of maniuana Klfdrd imposed a fine of and placed Kane on one Kan was Ihe R in a i search of a FRYING CHICKEN Cut Tray Pack TABLE RITE RED BRAND Chuck Steaks TABLE RITE YOUNG Pork Roast E Canada Choice r 39c FIVE ROSES FLOUR 29 BLUE RIBBON lot bag HEINZ Ketchup fl WHOLE Niblet Corn 1 4 YORK SWEET Orange Juice 48 fm 2 79C CLARKS VEGETABLE SOUP tins Canned Picnics TROPIC ISLE Mandarin Oranges II2 HEINZ STRAINED OR JUNIOR Baby Food 6 69 CANADA 1 FANCY MACINTOSH WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;