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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, May 1, 1970- GLENN ANDERSON new poundkeepcr New Head Of City Pound Starts Today Operation of the city pounc was taken over today by Glenn Anderson. The city has terminated its contract with the Alberta So- ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Mr. Ander- son, a resident of the city for the past 17 years and for 30 years prior to that a farmer and rancher north of P i c ture Butte, was the successful appli- cant for the position. City Manager Tom Ferguson said that under the previous ar- rangement all administration functions were carried out through the Edmonton office of the SPCA. He said he hoped the problems associated with that operation would be over- come under the new setup. The pound will be open from 12 to 2 and 6 to 9 p.m., daily Monday to Friday, from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday and will be closed Sundays. Mr. Anderson will be answering complaints himself and has hired staff to man the pound. Twenty-f our hour telephone service is available. The num- ber is 327-4003. The contract for the pound operation and service costs the city a month. Mr. Ander- son supplies the motor vehicle, staff and animal food. Students Excel In Math Test Two south Alberta high school students have won the right to enter the Canadian mathematics Olympiad, with qualifying marks in the Alber- ta high school mathematics ex- amination. Denis A. Leahy of Taber, who placed second in the examina- tion and Andrew L. Rood, 2514 22 Ave. S., the district 6 winner now will compete in the sec- ond math Olympiad, to be held May 20. The Olympiad is a national math competition open to stu- dents throughout Canada, by invitation. Denis won for his second place finish and Andrew won for winning the district six exam. FUR COAT STORAGE TIME THE LETHBRIDGE FURRIERS PHONE 327-2209 Convocation Saturday For 132 Students Of LCC Lethbridge Community Col Icge will hold its annual com mencement exercises Saturday at p.m. in Southmlnste. Church. Featured speaker will b( Fred Jorgenson, president o Southern Alberta Institute o Technology, Calgary. There will be 132 graduates 16 different programs at the college. ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING John Berg, Coaldale; Sandra C. W Hawes, Lethbridge; Randy N. Kleme Cardsion; Robert M. Leskosek, Le bridge; William E. Scullen, Lcthbridj Erw'in Lethbridge. AUTOMOTIVES Pat G. Asolund, Lethbrldge; AL M. Batty, Lethbridge; Robert A. Be Isle, Milk River; Hen J. EJfring Lethbridge; Roderick C. Minty, C_. mangay; LeRoy W- Pearson, Leth bridge; Dick Scheurkcgel, Coalhursl Akio D. Tokunaga, Picture B u 11 e Roger B. Woslyng, Inuvik (N.W.T.: COMMERCIAL COOKING Eric J. Calllcott, Medley; Gordon G Clifton, Coalhurst; Wallace D. Cullen Winterburn; Eric L. Quinlon, GlenwOcd ville. DRAFTING AND ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY YEAR "A" Clifford C. Roberison, Central But! Terrence G. Sluckert, Letl bridge; ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY YEA ''A" Alvin C. Adachi, Lethbridge; David M. Allen, Lethbridge; William Elder Taber; Gary J. Harmon, Bow island Mark T. Kano, Barnwell; William J Fingertip Facts Out An estimated copies of this year's edition of Fingertip Facts are being prepared for the world. The 27-page multi-colored Fingertip Facts, published by the city's Economic Develop- ment Commission, will be going ;o financial institutions, librar- ies, Canadian embassies and consulates, business inter- ests around the world. The publication is a statisti- cal review of growth of Leth- bridge and district in 1969. The history of the city is briefly outlined; there are details on living conditions, services avail- ible, esthetics; comparative pro- duction figures; detailed agri- cultural statistics; a review of coal, oil and gas industry de- velopments; details on manu- facturing; and many other sta- tistics indicating the growth of and progress of Lethbridge in particular and the district in [eneral. Copies of Fingertip Facts and a statistical review are available at the EDC office in he Regional Development Building opposite city hall. Mayor At Meeting [n Edmonton Lethbridge Mayor Andy An- [erson, in Edmonton today at- :eoding the premier's annual Dreakfast, will be one of three Alberta mayors attending a special meeting in Edmonton Saturday. Mayor Anderson and the mayors of Calgary and Edmon- ton will discuss with the pre- mier and cabinet ministers -ornmon problems associated with urban development in Al- Mayor Andersen is planning do what he can to get a .iece of the federal govern- ment's funds which have been :llotted Alberta for low cost lousing projects. The govern- lent is distribuitng mil- ion for housing projects in the form of loan interest rate sub- sidies and other assistance. So far only Edmonton and Calgary have been named as qualifying for the federal as- sistance. Mayor Anderson said that if Lethbridge could get some of the funds the city would likely not have to go into subsidized rental public hous- ing. DETERGENT PICK-UP CAMPAIGN Samples may be left at THE 3 A W DRIVE-INS THE HOUSE OF BOOKS 8th St. S. For Pick-up Call 328-590? (North Side) 327-0586 (South Side) S. Kerr, Lethbrldge Calvin B. Metzgcr, Stirling; Alex Napadajlo, Lcthbrldfie; Alan Lee Sinclair, Coal- dale. MEAT TECHNOLOGY Alfred Baerg, Grassy Lake; Vernon W. J. Carr, Creston Rudolf Fletschauer, Shauphncssy; Thomas D. Phillips, Shaughnessy; George J. Sch- lachter, Bow Island; William M. Walk- Icy, KImberloy SECRETARIAL SCIENCE ACCOUNTING MAJOR Trcena J. Bevans, Cardston; Rose- Clean Up To Start Monday Lethbridge's annual spring cloan-up campaign starts Mon- day. For two weeks city trucks will be picking up buming- barrel refuse and other rub- bish left by residents' garbage cans. Tracks will be making the special pick ups in South Lethbridge May 4 12 and in North Lethbridge May 13-19. The tracks will not take earth, large tree trunks or branches, caraganna hedges, building materials, concrete blocks or similar materials. Residents are asked to put their burning barrels adjacent to the lane if they want them emptied. Other rubbish shouid be put in cartons or plastic bags adjacent to the lane. Garrison Association To Meet The new Lethbridge Garrison Association will hold a mem- bership stag Friday night in the officers imss at Kenyon Field according to announce- ment by Major A. D. Cook, as- sociation president. The affair gets under way at Officers and former officers of the three armed services are eh'gible to join. The association is an outgrowth of the recent cutback of reserve force strength. marie J. Grey, Claresholm; Wanda P, Hoyt, Del Bonlta; Linda Kunkel, Pin- cher Creak; Helen A. Mrak, Picture Bulle; Leslie A. Watson, Mountain View. SECRETARIAL SCIENCE DATA PROCESSING MAJOR Sylvli' F. Balrd, Twin Bulte Sheila Bennett, Lethbrldge; Kirby M. Clark, Lethbrldge Wanda F. Cleland, Vauxhall; Mavis V. Coslovl, Lelhbrldge Clara Czlrjak, Lethbridqe; Jo-Ann T. Dclmark, Leth- brldge; "Terry L. Duffy, Lethbridgef Diana M. Elder, Lethbrfrige; Judy A. Hahn, Lethbrldge; Janet D. Hamllng, Foremost, Sharlcne Marker, Leth- brldge; Joy M. Hallon, Fort Mac- icod; Shirley Hetesy, Lethbrldfie; Mary- anne Hnatluk, Lethbrldgfi; Linda f. Hornberger, Shaughnessy; Sally Jang, Lethbrldae; Patricia D. Juris, Picture Butte; Florence M. Kelly, Lelhhridge; Annie Kostluk, Lethbrldge; June E. Schlower, Stavely; Judy A. Schocnlng, Lethbrldge Jean T. Taylor, Foremost; Nellie Van Bezooyen, Coat- dale f SECRETARIAL SCIENCE SHORTHAND MAJOR Sharon K. Alcock, Fort Macleod, Diane Alston, Magrath Mar- qaret Aneca, Lelhbrldne; Ann C. But- ler, Fort Malceod; Agnes Derksen, Taber; Maxlne L. Fettig, Grassy Lake Dilys M. Card, Lethbrtdcje Rose Popp, Plncher CreeSc; Joanne A. Ronceray, Grassy Lake; Leona B, Tuff, Lethbrldge Iren WhltT, Maorath. OUTDOOR RECREATION YEAR II Gary W. Huckabay, Lethbridge; Kas Kostek, Lethbridge; Cindy C. Kuhl. Milk River; Elaine G. Lacey, Coaldale; David B. Loewen, Coaldale; Ken. W. Lupul, Moose Jaw William Mis- taken Chief, Cardston; Maraaref C. Morkin, Claresholrn David H. Reidel, Lethbridge; Lome E. Schal- chter, Bow Island; Jennifer L. Skeith, Lethbrtdpe; Victor R. Stapleton, Leih- brldge; "Patricia 'Toly, Plncher Creek: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AUTOMATED DATA-PROCESSING MAJOR Mildred E. R. Cook, Lethbrldge Jacqueline Lant, Colernan; Judy A. Mikado, Magrath; Jim Mulock, Lethbridqe; Gary Osaka, Picture Butte; Daniel B. Paskuskl, Lethbridge. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FINANCE MAJOR Thomas E. Gruenwald, Lethbridpe; Joseph Lavorato, Lethbridge; Gordon W. Low, Lethbrldge; Bruce T. W. Nel- son, Lethbridge Honors) Joseph T. Pupp, Lethbridge Douglas C. F. Saunders, Lethbrldge; Paul Z. Szabo, Lethbrldge; Glenn F. Varzari, Lethbridqe; Stuart H. Walker, Leth- brldfie Melvln L. Zatylny, Lethbridge. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ADMINISTRATION MAJOR Rodney H. Bly, Magralh Gordon 8. Dalnsrd, Raymond; Ronald W. Dick, Taber; Victor N. Elverum, Lethbridqe; Jake Hrynczuk, Coaldale; Ronald Lumley, Coalhurst; James R. Shields, Raymond; Algi Shigehtro, Shige Soe Blairmore Gordon J. Soenen, Coaldale; H. Allan Stanko, Lethbridge; Larry SU3I1 MARKETING MAJOR Barbara M. Lethbrldge; Pat- ricia D. Lacey, Lothbridge; Allan E. Martin, Vauxhall; Douglas A. Robin- son, Pincher Creek; Ronald W. Sinclair, Claresholm; Harry M. Stan, Vernon JOURNALISM YEAR II Mary Lou Brooks, Taber; Tony P. 5frerer, Coaldale; Richard G. Gillis, Jlairmore; William Joevenazzp, Leth- bridge; Hans M. Schaufl, Lethbridge Robert A. Simpson, Del Bon- fa. VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE EAR II Murice W. Hasklll, Bow island; Ron- ald W. Schaufele, Lethbrldge. MARBLE DAYS RETURN Budding blossoms and re- turning birds are a sure sign of spring, but there is no- thing quite so indicative as a group of boys crouched oyer a game of marbles. Experts in the art claim the best technique used to skin the gang of their allies is the flick- ing method, using thumb and middle finger. Others equally successful claim a slow, accurate roll wins the bag. But no matter how a guy shoots, he has to be dead serious and watch the flinching and knuckles down of the game. f Up With People' Going To England Tucson, Arizona, the bead of- fice area for Up with People, the musical group of 120 young people presenting a two-hour show at the Lethbridge Exhibi- tion Pavilion May 5 at 8 p.m., reports the cast will travel to England within two weeks for a show before the Queen. The group, which is made up Musical Theatre., Bands Heard At Festival Thursday By JOAN BOWMAN Herald Entertainment Writer Thursday's classes at the eight day Lethbridge and Dis- trict Kiwanis Music Festival saw the first musical theatre session ror competitors 12 years and under. Six year old Tamara Tagg of Cardston led the way for 11 other contestants with a win- ning rendition of Happiness, complete with doghouse and Snoopy, from Oiarlie Brown. Next in line was Valerie O'Tooie of Lethbridge, singing out that Wizard of Oz favorite, Somewhere Over the Bainbow. The Anne Campbell Singers, not to be outdone by the Teen Clefs' score Wednesday, hit he 92 mark. The two choirs, directed by Lethbridge regis- :ered music teacher Anne Campbell, now hold the top marks for the first six days of ;he festival. Tht opposition came in the form of second-place finishers The Happy Wanderers from Joaldale, directed by D. E. Humphreys. Not far behind in high marks Jonathon Park of Ray- nond Elementary S c h o ol, iwarded an 89 for his perfor- mance in the Grade 4 boys' school vocal class. The fact that Mr. Park per- 'ormed 13th in a class of 25 didn't deter him from winning irst place. The second place inisher, Scott Jensen, also of Raymond, was the seventh >erformer in the event. And an 89 was won jointly >y Laurie Fumagalli and Way- man Mah of Bellevue. The two were awarded the mark for their performances n the piano duet class, for stu- dents 12 years and under. Adjudicator Harold Za- brack accounted the class, vhich included 10 pairs from Lethbridge, Raymond, Coal- dale and Cardston, as one which indicated the high talent poten- tial and competence of teach- ing in the area. Thursday also -saw the first large band events, and the win- ning of the Rebecca Tobin Tro- phy by the Wilson Junior High School Chorus conducted by Mrs. B. Walker. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE PIANO SOLO, 12 years ana under: Laurl Fumagalir, Bellevue, and Way- man Mah, Bel Coaldale, and SONATINA, 10 years and under: Karen Dcibek, Blairmore. and Tony Fumagalli, Bellevue Wendy Trockstad, Lethbridge. PIANO SOLO, 15 years and under: Dean Russell, Cardston; Kristien Bergh- mans, Lethbridge, MEZZO SOPRANC under: Pat Heninger CONTRALTO, 18 Charlotte Jam, Coald Faith Takeda, Karen Pozzi, Bellevue 18 years and Lethbridge (Sec- le. 31 years Lelhbrldge. under: Terry Wolsey, LelhbrldgL SOPRANO, 12 years and under: Betty Kolodzies, Lethbridge TEEN AGE GIRLS' CHORUS, 14 years and under: Anne Campbell Sing- ers; The Happy Wanderers, Coaldale. MUSICAL THEATRE, 12 years and under: Tamara Joyce Tagg, Cardston; Valerie O'Tooie, Lethbrldge. BRASS ENSEMBLE LARGE, 18 years and under: Erie Rivers Brass Ensemble, Milk River, c. Hendrickson. BAND, Grade E: Wilson Junior High, W. Mathis; Palerson Junior High School Band, J. Pokarny. Grade B: Erie Rivers High school Concert Band, Milk River, c. Hendrickson, crescent Heights High School Band, Medicine Hat, J. Sp'alding.1 ST. AUGUSTINE'S PARISH HALL SOLO MIME, 12 years and under: Dana Galbraith, Raymond; Diane Keel- er, Raymond. 15 years and under: Michele Taylor, Raymond; Carolyn Keeler, Raymond and Melanie Gal- braith, Raymond BIBLE READINGS, 12 ycal under: Lori Htnman, Cardston; Carolyn Nalder, Raymond. 15 years and under: Michele Taylor, Sheri Ann McFadden, Lethbridge, and Dana Galbraith, Ray- mond 16 years and under: Susan Christie, Lethbridge. STORY TELLING, 13 years and under: Nancy Grigg, Lethbridge; Caro- lyn Nalrier, Raymond. 16 years and under: Melissa Singer, Lethbrldge, DRAMATIC POETRY, 15 years and under: Melanie Galbraith, Raymond; Rachel Luca, Lethbridge. PIANO DUET, 12 years and under: Laurie Fumagalli and Wayman Mah, Bellevue; Glenda Swanson and Nancy Hodge, Lethbridge, and Robert Clive Tagg and Shelly Janisko. Cardston 10 years and under: Frances and Jackie Tatebe, Lethbrldge, and Joy and Dick Stephure, Lethbridge Kathy and Dawn Davles, Lethbridge, and Wendy Trockstad and Kevin Piz- zey, Lethbridge PIANO SOLO, 9 years and under: Dwlght Siemens, Lethbrldge; Frances Tatebe, Lelhbrldge, and Palrlcll Uyn Watson, Lethbridge 50UTHMIN5TER HALL BOYS' VOCAL, SOLO 9-14 years: Max Girvan, Lethbrldge; Marten Pier- son, Lethbridge.- GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO, 15-17 years: Pat Ewing, Lethbridge; Marcla Swan- ston, Lethbridge. I Roll- er, Claresholm; Nancy Evans, Warner. BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade 4: Jonathon Park, Raymond; Scott Jen- sen, Raymond. Grade 5: Andrew Hale, Assumption; Christopher N e e d h a m, Fleelwood; Mitchell Melvln, Raymond PARAMOUNT THEATRE SCHOOL CHORUS, Grade 9: Wilson Junior High, B. Walker. Grade 7: Wil- son Junior High, B. walker; St. Basil's Chorus, E. Mells. Grade 8: Gilbert Paterson, L. Lees; Foremost School, C. Edlund, Wilson Junior High and R. 1. BaKer, Coaldale, M. Funk SENIOR HIGH GIRLS' CHORUS: Raymond High School, Redd; Erie Riv- ers High School, Milk River, Ch. Hend- rlckson. SCHOOL CHORUS, Grade 1: Ray- mond Elementary, Mrs. Redd; Agnes Davidson C, L. Tambiyn. CHORAL SPEECH Kindergarten and Pre-school: Bo-Peep Kindergartei Raymond, Ruth Glbb. Grade l: Gl. bert Paterson, Vera Head; Raymond Elementary, G. Gibb. Grade 5: Susie Bawden, P. Martin; Senator Buchanan, E. Hpwell. Grade 3: Agnes Davidson, W. Melrose; Agnes Davidson, A. Ander- son. Grade 4: Agnes Davidson 4A, R. Silzer; Fleetwocd, L. Mears. Grade 5: Senator Buchanan, r sumption, E. V e I k e r Emma-Jean Bokovoy Gri..... il, A. L. Flalg. Grade 7: St. A. Duckett: Grade 8: Catholic Central. M. Sladnlcki. of young people from almost the show before Queen EJiza- every country in the world, will make a special presentation of Council Meeting The Southern Alberta Chap- ter of the Council for Excep- tional Children will meet in the faculty lounge of the science building at the University of Lethbridge May 4, p.m. The nominating committee will present the slate of offi- cers for election. Dr. Stanley Perkins will give a report on the CEC meeting in Chicago recently. The meeting is open to all parents and professional people. beth and Prime Minister Har- old Wilson. Up with People, attempting to motivate people to then: fullest potential, is an education in the' experience of relevant living with people of all races, back- grounds, and religions. Tickets for the Lethbridge show are on sale at Musicland and Doug's Music and Sports as QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 5th SI. S. Ph. 328-7684 Above Capitol Furniturt EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. well as the Pavilion box office. Prices for the tickets are advance, general, with off for students. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floer 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 CITY BUS ROUTE CHANGE Effective May 4, 1970, the route T bin will to provide bui service for residents in the South Eastern section of the City and College Mall area. FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE! EXPERIENCED TIRE SERVICEMAN Permanent position in modern well equipped tire store. Good starting salary for ambitious man. Apply to DUNLOP TIRE SALES 1203 2nd Avenue S. MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY ROUTE 1 will operate every 40 minutes from a.m. till p.m. ROUTE 1A will also operate on the same route providing 20 minute service at follows: MONDAY, TUESDAY AND SATURDAY a.m. till p.m. WEDNESDAYS a.m. till p.m. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY continuous service from a.m. till p.m. Sunday and Holiday service is provided by route 1-2. Regular service will be provided on all the other routes. FOR SCHEDULE INFORMATION, BUS CHARTER RATES AND LOST AND FOUND ARTICLES PLEASE CALL THE TRANSIT GARAGE AT It's cheaper by far Ride the Bus. HOLIDAY HELP! MR. EMPLOYER HOLIDAY TIME FOR YOUR STAFF Will SOON IEAVF. YOU SHORT-HANDED Fill THOSE WITH THE ABUNDANCE OF STUDENT MANPOWER .BOTH FEMALE AND MALE All WILLING TO ACCEPT EMPLOY- MENT OF All KINDS FOR A WEEK A MONTH OR FOR THE WHOLE SUMMER. THEY ARE REGISTERING NOW AT CANADA MANPOWERI CALL 327-8535 THE CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE ;