Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monrlny, Mny 1, 1972 wfonnance recorded by festival Sniff Writer I Mnrleod. lioth wilh scores of Miss Ilinmiin'ri pciiorrmim'o I nC Doolittlu's "Just You An I'vcninfi of muj-'t-al llicaU-c, hrou-iliL (o n close' Hie An- Thi-alri- Open class. MC in absolutely beautifully with Donna .Jeanne Wellerslrand the music.'1 was awarded the score, in the In the 16 years and under nine years and under dnss, I, 0 category. Miss Holme look lop and Mark Rogers, in Ihe liach for her work with "Johnny i -piano. 11 irars and under. One Her performance! Bulb pianists are nuiu Lctii- and Fcstival. Keaiiev'Tml. was good indeed." bridge High marks for the night, Frederick Car.er as 'having: Wendy Burrows look second, 'Ihe Concert of Schon to llinmcul of Card- ston and Melod Ihe Festival Concert will be held May 4 and 5 at the Yates Memorial Centre. Tickets for the concerts are for ad- SI.00 for sludents and arc available at Leister's Music Store. lioth concerts start at 8 Mylc1 and spirit." Every- YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE PIANO SOLO, 9 years end under: Le'hbrldqc; Danna '.Veltcritrand, LelhQridqs BACH PIANO, 11 years and ui'de'1 ,V-ark Rogers, L I h bridge, Joan Rad- nts for Opportunities Pizzey of Lethbridge was given 89, high mark of the day, for her piano solo in the nine years and under class. Two marks of 88 were also awarded Saturday morning. FREE SPEEDY PICK-UP RESTYLING RELINING REPAIRING CLEANING AND GLAZING The LETHBRIDGE FURRIERS 514 3rd AVENUE SOUTH For Youth grants that t h e y would be told, between April 15 and May 1, whether or not (heir applications were suc- cessful. To dale, only a few rejection The grants are valued at be- tween S1BO.OOO and and cover monies for projects in- cluding recreation, education, living standards for the aged, migrar.t workers and many so- cial and cultural studies and help projects. Tha majority of projects ap- proved in Alberta range in an area south from Olds, about 50 slips have been mailed. miles north of Calgary. The Herald learned loday j Not including Calgary, grants that the OFY committee in totalling nearly have (awa was slil1 finalizing the been approved for the south, tail-end of applications. In Lethbridge, the fate ofjhe An announcement containing a complete list of successful will be released to- morrow afternoon, a Calgary OFY official said, although the j list had been promised for to- I day. And Alberta students are not the only ones feeling the pres- j sures of anxiety. The OFY lists for most other provinces have not yet been released either. Sight, Sound and the Fury hangs on a grant of which neither a yes nor no an- swer has been received. Some area students have ap- plied for OFY national pro- jects. National projects include work and travel in more than one province. There is a danger that a number of projects that will be funded by CFY will fold be- However, it has been learned [cause of the delays in announc- I that about 25 projects have ing the grants, a provincial I been approved in the Leth- spokesman said. o generous d from ike LITTER-ALLY Garbage and liller everywhere. Paper, moslly, with amount- of hollies, construction materials and old rubber lires, was pick roadsides in the eastern part of the city by the Inler-Varsily Christian Fellowship dur- ing its Garbalhon Saturday. IVCF garbathon successful Parts of the eastern fringe of the city are HLlerlcss today thanks to the people invoice! in the Inter-VarsiLy Christian Fellowship Garbalhon. "A tremendous amount of lying loose along the avenues east of the College Mall to 43rd St. and north on 43rd St. to 3. was picked up by 25 hlph school and university stu-: dents Saturday. i Four half-ton trucks w erp i filled "numerous times" nnd Ihe contents transferred to 1 two 20- cubic-yard containers provided by Dispose-All Ser-; vices. The group had around the city who paid each student a rale for 10 hours of contributing will go to the IVCF Pioneer Lodge. The campaigning rill continue next wcckc-nd, to clean up the Higlwaj near the city. Soldiers battle Suffield grassfire Gun exercise causes fire h's talked about, nearly as much as it's talked upon. And no wonderl Slim, sleek styling. Designed for either desk or wall. Discreet hide-away dial, and recall button in Ihe hand- set so yon can call again hanging up. txlra long cord lor convenience. Available in fivn gorgeous colors to brighten yotir interior decorating. Call AGT and arrange 1o have this hoautifui conversation piece installed In your home or office. ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES j IAKRY RF.NNKTT j 'llcrold Staff I SUFFIKLI) CANADIAN FORCES HASK Ab.iul 1UO j squart1 nf prjsirit1 v.as ravished hy fire here Siiiui'day. but there were no injurios and no C'anarlian Forces tHjuipnini! was lost. The fire was ignited shorlK before 1 p.m. by ;i Innt! of genrivil fi re during n rninlifii-allon Yauosik clcclcd Howard nf Art liams Agcncirs Ltd. ha-- re-elected n director nf Ihc Al- berta Real Es'aLo Association. A past president of the Leih- bridgc Real Kslalo lui elected second virp prc.s ident of the A.U.K.A. nl !ho 25tli annual convention of the orgnnizalion held this in Calgary. JIo lakes offici.1 .Ian. 1. This year Mr. Yanosik is fi nance chairnii.n of Iho A.I! K A A professional hockey plaxvr 'or 12 Mr. Y a n n s i k entered Ihe real estate busi- ness wilh Art Williams in iniifi. He has been a resident, of l.dh- for yonrs. During Iho cnnvculinn. Line Coward of Cnnnda Tnusl dun pnny in ua.s scnlod will) an hnnoi'ary hfr membership in Hit1 lion for his contributions to tho real estate business. shoot conducted In the south- eastern corner of the base hy nienibers of Ihe Southern Ai- bcrla l.ipht Horse Armored from Medicine Hal. The lire, caused by pbos- pliorus-1 a d e n tracer btillcls, broiiplit nearly undci- mil- !rol liy n firefighting unit with Ihe shnolcr.x 1ml h i g li winds: and condilions fanned Hie tire to [inlaiitic propnruon.v Aliou! 30 members of Ibe Letbbridge Independent i Field Battery, on the base (or jlCo nun Ilai'.itzar conipciiiion lo'- Sunday, were prc.-scd iiao action. The fire continued to burn for nearly fhe. hours. An eye vilness said flames durinr; the peak nf Ihe fire were as high as six led. The uas finaily i-onlaln- ed by a dirt iliviiK-r road and exliiiiinished (he l.elhhridpe miliiia and a ruin nnd sleet storm. KCMP offers support for Sifijil, Sound. Furv The federal RCMP renlcn- nial Steering Conimiltcc has placed its slamp of approval on the Siffbl, Sound and the Fury A Icllcr from the Commit- tee's Montreal headquarters to Frank Smith, malinger of Ihe Travel and Convention Associa- tion o Southern Alberta, cited Ilic pageant as "valuable" and loving "considerable impact Inwards Ihe HCMP Centen- nial." While Hie re enaclmcnt of hisloric episodes in southern lo lake place ill Fort Vv'hnnp I7p in Indian Bailie 1'ark. has u.iined Ihe ninr.-d snjipoil ol numerous nalional groups, actual support in Lctli- bridge has been negligible. Kmphnsls on tho contrlhu- (ions of the federal police fnrcci lowardu Die dovelujimcul of the CaiKidian will highlight. I IIP Kipht. Sound nnd (he Fury pagcnnt. Mr. Smith asked. the licll is t.t'lhbrid.'ic? I When1 is (he fommimity en- i doiMMiiPiit from The MX men charged alter Ihe disturbance Hie F.I ll.mcho Jlolor Ilolel appeared i n a special of court al Ibe provincial court hou.'-e tills morning. All remolded by fiovincial Jiidgo A. II. ICIfnrd until difficulties in legal (lid nnd representation could bo sctlled.