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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Je ferry A. E. CROSS a a rapn tphy you made your appointment yet? PHONE 327-2673 The Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, May 2, 1970 PAGES 13 TO 28 RESTAURANT AMD PANCAKE HOUSE BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 75 PEOPLE LET THERE BE MUSIC Indeed there was music in Lethbridge for the Welsh, Milk River Wilda Neai, Milk River Bottom past eight days of the Kiwanis Lethbridge and District Music Festival, left is Robert Myehasiw, Lethbridge (piano) and bottom right, Nancy Putting their best efforts into performing in the instrumental sections xibove Hodge, Lethbridge 4nn tn rinkt. Mnlm Cnrtnn Rv Kferhpr arc top, left to right: Gordon Holm, Spring Coulee Cheryl Last Of 900 Entrants Come Before Adjudicators Photos By Walter Kerber Eight-Day Music Festival Ends Tonight Music lovers get their last chance tonight to see the Leth- bridge and District Kiwanis Music Festival in its regular LETHBRIDGE REFRIGERATION LTD. REFRIGERATION and AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE 328-4333 MAY SHOPPING MOTHER'S DAY Sunday, May CARDS AND GIFTS BRIDAL CHAPEL For June Brides ANNOUNCEMENTS INVITATIONS REPLY CARDS ETC. Call in and see our wide selection GRADUATION PROGRAMS-CARDS-GIFTS PEN OFFER with each 2 gross tmorted get and ATTACHE CASE FREE BOOKS For reading and office and Farm account books of all finds. THURSDAY NIGHT SHOPPING "KM? SftutfMnt In the 7th St. Mod PHONE 328-2301 By about at the Yates Memorial Centre, following mu- sical theatre and production classes, about 900 entrants in 325 classes will have had the results of their months of prac- tice brought under the scrutiny of at least one of nine adjudi- cators. Friday saw adjudication of 33 of those classes, in band, school vocal, solo band instru- ments, piano and open solo and group voice. The highest mark, 91, for an individual performer at the eight-day festival was awarded Friday to Peggy Foster of Leth- bridge. Miss Foster, a clarinetist, gave an "excellent perform- QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 Jlh St. S. Ph. 328-7684 Abovt .Capital Furniture EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. MOVING? CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES according to adjudicator George West, in the spe- cial recital class. "There's no two ways about Mr. West said. "She pro- duces a remarkably mature sound for her age (She's It was a performance I can't say enough about. It made my whole afternoon." Nudging the 90 mark with the highest vocal score of the day was Andrew Stillwell of Susie Bawden. Mr. Stillwell, one of 19 students in the Grade 3 boys' school vocal class, was awarded an 89 by adjudicator John Pauls. Another special of the day was the performance in the group piano class. Adjudicated by Harold Zab- rack, the class featured 45 stu- dents who have taken their ini- tial piano studies in groups, rather than individually. Introduced into Leth bridge mother Brown's TAKE HOME FISH M.M. Dr. S., coit on 12th Avt. two years ago, the teaching method allows for first classes of about eight students gradual- ly diminishing in size as the students advance. Mr. Zabrack announced four winners in the first-year class and four in the second-year There were no third-place fin- ishers; the remaining 37 stu- dents were all tied for second Friday also saw the "battle oi the in the Grade C class. Winning with 87 points, two more than the second place Lethbridge Kiwanis Band, was the 67-piece Winston Churchill High School Band conducted by W. J. Mathis. It is the first time the band has appeared in the 1970 festi- val, and the first time ever for its conductor. One member of the audience, evidently taken by Mr. Mathis' enthusiastic method of direct- ing, said the band not only of- fered good music, "it had choreography as well." About 300 persons were at the Yates for the band sessions, which also included appear- ances by the Lethbridge Col- legiate Institute and Raymond High School bands. Meanwhile over at St. Augus- WE'VE MOVED Centennial Office Machines SALES AND SERVICE FOR Simplex time systems Sweda cash registers Facil office equipment Electronic calculator- Wish to announce that they have moved to larger premises from 1275 3rd Ave. S. OUR NEW ADDRESS IS 1011 3rd Ave. S. Centennial Office Machines (Lethbridge) Lid. 1011 3rd S. Phent 32S-6222 tine's Parish Hall an audience of about 100 heard vocal class- es adjudicated by Robert Irwin. Baritone John Nieboer of Pic- ture Butte picked up marks in the high 80s in operatic, folk song and French art song class- es. Mr. Nieboer, who studied in Toronto, has been the sole rep- resentative in. open male-voice classes. And one of the most popular classes, for family music, was won this year by the MacDon- ald family of Lethbridge. The MacDonalds, with an 88, won out over the Dale Martin family which initially had with- drawn from the class, but took their turn anyway. Saturday's classes include those for1 piano, solo band in- struments, voice duets and quartettes and about 16 for string entrants. No string class- es appeared at the 1969 festival. String adjudicator is Thomas Rolston who appeared in Leth- bridge this season in the Uni- versity of Lelhbridge Concert series. Then, starting at at the Yates, entrants in the musical theatre classes will compete for the Horace Barrett Memorial Trophy, won last year by Lin- da Johnson. Attention To History Urged By Alberta Group The Historical Society of A! berta has submitted a brief t the Worth Commission on Edu cational Planning asking t h a "appropriate attention be give] Festival Results YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE SONATINA, 11 years and under Robert Tagg, Cardston; Michael Fish er, Lethbridge. PIANO SOLO, 10 years: Karen Do- tied with Tony Fuma galU, Bellevue; Linda Stead, Leth bridge, tied with Wendy Trocksfad PIANO SOLO, two years study lesn: Noel Patson, Lethbridge. GROUP PIANO, First year: Four way tie amorig Wally Wirzba, Bever ey Burchak, David Taubensee Debbie Bonn, all of Lethbridge. GROUP PIANO, Second year: Four way tie among James Sander, Sharon -ianderek, Janet Coulter and Dorothv Groot, alt of Lethbridqe. STAGE BAND: Lethbridge Collegl ate Institute Stage Band, J. Pokarney BAND, Grade A: Lethbridge Code gtate Institute Band, J. Pokarney. BAND, Grade C: Winston Churchll High School Band, W. Mathis; Leth bridqe Kiwanis Band, F. Hosek. ST. AUGUSTINE'S PARISH HALL BOYS' VOCAL SOLO, 8-9 years Mark Johnson, Lethbridge; Max GIi von. Lethbridge. BOYS' VOCAL SOLO, 4-7 years Gary Kamifomo, Raymond; Don a I "ibb, Raymond. GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO, 6-7 years: Ta mara Tagg, Cardston; Suzanne Baker Raymond. BOYS' VOCAL SOLO, 10 yean Douglas Keeler, Raymond; Wade' Chip nan, Raymond. BOYS' VOCAL SOLO, 13 years: Glen iwanson, Milk River. GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO, 9-T4 years Melaney Black, Lethbridge; Elizabeth Martin, Lethbrldge. GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade 2: Joanne Steed, Agnes Davidson; Karen rtacFarlane, General Stewart. BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade Andrew Stillwell, Susie Bawden; Date Itinson, Lakeview. BO YSCOUT, CUB, GIRL GUIDE BROWNIE, C.G.I.T. OR EXPLORER CHORUS; First Picture Butte Range Company, L. Larter. FAMILY MUSIC, Open: MacDonald :amilv, Lethbridge; Dale Martin Fam ly, I Abridge. FOLK BALLAD SOLO, 16 years and _.ider: Bonnie Jean Dobek, Blair more; Pat Ewlng, Lethbridge. LIGHT OPERA SOLO, Open: Linda lohnson, Lethbridgs; Janice Leonard armangay. FOLK SONG SOLO, Open: John NIC boer, Picture Butte; Linda Johnson Lethbridge. FRENCH ART SONG, Open: John Niehoer, Picture Butte. OPERATIC FEMALE SOLO, Open: (second) Evelyn Mills, Lethbridge. OPERATIC MALE SOLO, Open: John Nieboer, Picture Butfe. SOUTHMIN5TER HALL FLUTE B: Wendy Pitcher, Cardston C: La Ree Blumel, Cardston. D: Susan Wilde, Welling. E: Nancy Hodge, Leth bridge. OBOE D: Wilda Neal, Milk River ALTO SAXOPHONE A: Merlin Hall Cardston. B: Donna Paikowski, Ray mond. C: Laurelie Nattrass, Milk Rlv er. E: Gordon Hohm, Spring Coulee, BARITONE B: Cheryl Welsh, Milk SPECIAL RECITAL CLASS: Peggy Foster, Lethbridge. PARAMOUNT THEATRE SCHOOL FOLK SONG, DIv. 2: St Basil's School, E. Mells.. SCHOOL CHORUS, Grade 6: McNal !y, S. Prenevost; Assumption 4B, Duckett, lied with Assumption A DuckwU. Grade 3: St. Paul's, E. Mells Susie Bawden 3A, W. Williams. JUNIOR HIGH FOLK SONG: 5t Joseph's School, Sister Yvonne; R. i Baker, M. Funk. PROMOTED Donald H. Heaton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heaton of 710 15th St. IV., has been promoted hi the rank of sub-inspector with the criminal investigation bu- reau of the RCMP at Toron- to. At M, he is one at the youngest sub Inspectors serving with the RCMP. Pre- vious to his new posting, he was a sergeant with the force at London, Ont. Born at Coal- hurst, Inspector Heaton moved to the city as a baby and took his schooling here. Jerry A. I. Cren Why Settle For letsl in schools to the importance of Canadian history." Alex Johnston of Lethbridge is the president of the society. The three-page brief was writ- ten by Dr. Jack Chalmers of Edmonton, past president. The brief states that past treatment of Canadian history, "with its almost complete em- phasis on military and political facts, has often been both bias- ed and dull." "It is our belief that an ade- quate knowledge of native his- tory per se would do much to restore the self-esteem" of Indian, Metis and Eskimo, the brief suggests. If schools were to give a quate attention to the history of native Canadians, attitudes of discrimination and prejudice practised by non-natives would be minimized, the brief says. "Such attitudes tend to hold all aspects of native culture as worthless, if not actually harm- ful, unless, like the canoe, they LONG SERVICE -Harry Forbes, a stock receiver with the T. Eaton Company in Lelhbridge, Friday marked his 40th year of employment with the firm. Mr. Forbes, who started out in the gro- ceteria department on May 1, 1930, has held a number of different jobs with the com- pany and has served under seven store managers. A na- tive of Lethbridge, lie has been active in various sports through the years, including curling, hockey, golf and bowling. With eight years to go before retirement age, he says he has no plans for re- tirement at this time. CLIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. [JBLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 INSURED PUR STORAGE NEW YORK FURS 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 I have proven of utility to the dominant culture." Dr. Chalmers is to appear on the society's behalf, during the commission's May 12-14 sittings in Edmonton. Forecast Warm, Windy Southern Albertans can look forward to a pleasant but somewhat windy weekend. The Lethbridge weather fore- cast states that while skies should be mainly sunny, day- time temperatures in the 60s, the wind will continue to blow. The weatherman is calling for winds from the west at 20 m.p.h. during the day, with only a light breeze at night. For those who might be plan- ning spring picnics, the fore- cast contains no hint of rain or snow. Man Injured In Accident A Lethbridgo man, Lawrence Vipond, 29, of 822 9th St. N., is in satisfactory condition in Lethbridge Municipal Hospital thir morning following a motor- cycle accident at 3 a.m. Satur- day at 5th Ave. and 9th St. N. Mr. Vipond received a bro- ken collarbone and cats to the face in the accident. There was damage to the motorcycle, the only ve- hicle involved in the accident. Youth Meeting All interested young people from 18 to 30 are invited to a Let's Get Started Meeting, May 10, at 8 p.m. in Southinin- sler Church. Purpose of the meeting is to form an interdenominational youth club which will meet Fri- day and Saturday evenings and on Sunday afternoons on a year round basis. SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS AND UP Phone 328-2174 Send Her FLOWERS THIS MOTHER'S DAY MAY 10th ORDER NOW arauis Marquis Hotel Bldg. Phone 327-1515 PHONE 'N' EAT Tantalizing Chinese Food Lotus Sunshine Fried Chicken Delivered to your door steamin0 hot. No extra charge for orders ever Just Call I 1C 327-0240 I MX Across from or 327-2J97 fcV CPU Optn Wwkdays 7 n.m. 2 a.m. Sundays 11 a.m. p.m. ;