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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J2 1M IEHBRIDGE HSRAID Monday, May 4, 1970 PETER LOUGHEED Alberta Conservative Leader DR. HU HARRIES Businessman and Alberta MP DON BARON Country Guide Editor FRED DKUMMIE LAUHIKR LaPIEKRE Maritime Union Study Director Broadcaster BlcGijl Prof. DAVID ELTON U ct L Political Scientist ItOD SYKES Calgary mayor JOHN OBEKJJQLTZER Alberta Human Resource! Prairie Province Meet Starts Sunday In City The One Prairie Province En- quiry opens its doors Sunday for a four-day examination of the feasibility of political union among the three Prairie prov- inces. Announced last October by its co-sponsors, the University of Lethbridge and The Lethbridge Herald, the conference will fea- ture 30 speakers dealing vyith the social, economic and politi- cal aspects of such an align- ment. Officials have repeatedly em- phasized the enquiry has taken no pre-conference stand as to the desirability of union. Speak- ers are expected to point out advantages and disadvantages were Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan to be governed from one site and by one elect- ed body. As of this morning, 277 per- sons had registered as dele- gates to the conference. Facili- ties at the Exhibition Pavilion, where the conference will be held, can hold up to 800 dele- gates. 'There is also space for more than observers, most of whom are expected to come from southern Alberta. Tickets for both delegates and observers will be available daily at the pavilion box of- fice. A delegate's ticket allow- ing participation in all proceed- DIETRICH DENTURE'CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th St. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 Lelhbridge ROSS -HOSAK, ,ings, post-conference transcript of events, daily sessional mate- rial and admission to luncheons and banquets is ?50 for the entire four days. Delegate tickets for students or faculty members of the Uni- versity of Lethbridge and Leth- bridge Community College, cost for the conference. Musical Tuesday At Pavilion The cast of Up with People to arrive" in- this afternoon at the Lethoridge Exhibition Pavilion. The 120-member cast will per- form a two-hour musical show Tuesday at 8 p.m; Termed a motivating force attempting to develop each per- son's fullest 'potential, Up with People is an education in the experience of relevant living- living with people of all races, backgrounds and religions. The members of the cast come from almost every coun- try 'in the world and they pay per month for the "privilege of singing fo the youth of the The' group" travels the world over, performing in 47 states and 31 countries since its inception in Tickets 'cost advance, 'Tickets for the performance are" on sale at Musicland, Opugls'M us i c and Sports ancj DRY CLEANING COIN OPERATED BY THE POUND PER POUND MINIMUM OF 4 POUNDS LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13th Street N. Phone 327-2770 Registration tickets for each day's proceedings cost each. Observers' tickets cps't each. Observers will not parti- cipate in the debates. A transcript of proceedings is expected to be available to the public too or three weeks fol- lowing the conference. Sessions begin daily at 9 a.m. Monday to 'Wednesday.' Pro- ceedings Sunday, Monday anc Tuesday will be closed off with banquet speeches by James Richardson, federal minister ot supplies and services, Alberta Premier Harry Strom and Jean Marchand, federal minister' oi economic expansion. Among the daily speakers are John' Obernoltzer, 'director' of the Alberta Human Resources Development Authority; D'ayid assistant 'professor' of political science at the Univer- sity of Lethbridge; Dr. Laurier LaPierre, director of 'MeGill University's French panada Studies Program; Rod Sykes, Mayor of Calgary; Fred Brummie, executive di- rector of the Maritime Union Study; 'Don Baron, editor of County Guide'Magazine; Dr'. Hu for Edihontoh- Strathcona; and Peter Coug- heed, Leader of the Opposition in the Alberta legfelatiire' and head of the Alberta Progres- sive Conservative Party. Overture Performance The concert overture Cher, cpmposed by Jerry Pokarney., jiand director bf the Lethbridge Collegiate be" per- formed'7 b'y the W.'E. 'Myers Symphonic Band, Friday at 8 p.m., 'in ffie W1. R: Myera school, Taber. 7 'Mr.: P.qkarney, who resides in Leffibridge; did" his "undergrad- uate wprlc in music at the. Col- lege of" Gregt Fails, Great Kafls, and completed his' Mater of 'Music degree at University of iSlontan.', Mis- CITY BUS ROUTE CHANGE Effective May 4, 1970, the route bus will be extended to provide bus feryjce for residents in the South 'Eastern section of the City and College Mall area. ROUTE NO. 1 MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY ROUTE 1 will operate every 40 minutes from a.m. till p.m. ROUTE 1A will also operate on the sarrie'route providing 10 minute service as follows: MONDAY, TUESDAY AND SATURDAY a.m. till p.m. WEDNESDAYS a.m. tjll 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 wilt be provided on till the other routes. FOR SCHEDULE INFORMATION, BUS CHARTER RATES AND LOST AND FOUND ARTICLES PLEASE CALL THE TRANSIT OARA01 AT 327-2588. It's cheaper by far Rids the Bus. Artist Takes Coveted Festival Award By JOAN BOWMAN Herald Entertainment Writer An audience of about 400 per- sons Saturday night at the Yates Memorial Centre saw Bonnie-Jean Dobek of Blair- more win the coveted, Horace Barrett Memorial Trophy for top marks in the musical theatre classes at the Leth- bridge and'bistrict Kiwanis Mu- sic Festival. Miss Dobek, 16, was highly praised by adjudicators Robert Irwin and George West for her "sense of showmanship and timing" in a version of Review- ing the Situation from Dressed as Fagin, the nefar- ious leader of a ring of boy-pick- pockets, she received a mark of 88 and a rave adjudication from Mr. Irwin who delivered the judges' joint decision. She was congratulated for ap- plying the rules1 of vocal solo work, and combining them with the 'facial' expres- sion, 'movement, timing of musical theatre." Miss Dobek won her top mark in the musical theatre open class, beating out' four other contestants, and' also won the class'for musical: theatre solos for students 16 years and' under. Second place' in 'the 1 a t t'e r class, with a mark of 83, went to Narda Hinman of Cardston; second-place in the open class, with 86, was Linda Johnson of Lethbridge. District-'entrants in the musi- cal theatre classes solo and production numbers outnum- bered Lelhbridge entrants 10 to four. Three new musical theatre Wilderness Meet Tonight The Alberta Wilderness As- sociation will hold its nomina- tion meeting' for 1970 officers tonight at 8 o'clock in the Uni- versity of Lethbridge Kate An- drew? Building lecture theatre. 'Elections for; the association will'be held in June; Two films will be shown at (he meeting and regular busi- ness discussed. The meeting is open to every- one' 'Interested''15 finding "out more about the increasing pol- lution and'wastage of Alberta's wilderness and park areas. classes appeared in the 1970 eight-day festival. "Robert Clive and Tamara Tagg of Cardstoni won the duet class. The six-member 'Paul Sloan and Co. from Mountain View took the production num- ber class for entrants years nd under. And the six-member Tagg-a- Ipngs from Cardston won the open production number' class. Second-place was taken by Jean Boon of Lethbridge, back- ed by a cast of four and 'a string quartet. Piano, solo band instrument, string instrument and voc'a'l c 1 a s s e s, plus the musical theatre sessions closed off th? i97p'festiv'arSahirday.'- "r: About persons entered more-'than 300 'classes and nine adjudicators from Canada and the US.. the results. resi- derits''wiil get "a 'chaiice Friday to view the best of the entries in the of the' Festival Concert, to' be held at" the' Para- mount Theatre. Announcement of the concert performers is expected to be made 'within the nexttwo days! FESTIVAL RESULTS Off PAgE 17 TROPHY WINNER Bonnie-Jean DoBik of Blairmora gave a Winning rendition of the Situation from Oliver! Saturday in the final evening sessions of the L-eth- bridge and District Kiwanis Music Festival. Miss' Dobek's fjortrqygj of the unhpjy Fggin won her second annual Horace' Barrett Memorial' Trophy. Clean Up Project M, J Stftrted In City The city of Lethhridge start- ed 'its annual 'cieari-up cam- paign Moii'day. Crews -will' be working Monday 'and Tuesday to Zone 1, which is west of 13th St. "and south of 1st'Ave! S. Residents of the city have seen asked to place 'burning barrels and material to be pick- ed up adjacent to the. lane. Rub- bish should be put in cartons or plastic bags; if at 'all 'possible. Crews will not pjck earth, large tree" trunks" and branches and similar materials. The spring clean-up will run until May 19. Crews will be working In Zone 2 (south of the CP Raii FUR COAT STORAGE TIME THE LETHBRIDGE FURRIERS PHONE 327-2209 tracks between 13th St. and Mayor Magrath May 6- 8; Zone. 3 (south" of the CP Rail tracks'.and Mayor Magrath" May 11-12; Zone 4 (north of the CP Rail tracks and west from 13th May'i'3-14; and Zqne's of the CP Rail traclts, between 13th St. and 28th May 15- 19. SALESMAN OF THE MONTH ELIZABETH DeARMOND Reliance Agencies aro happy fo announce fhjtt Elizabeth DeArmond has earned fjie "Salesman of the month award" for This award is' given the MLS Board for top dollar vplurfie in sqie? os well as Volumo in 'listings and listings sold. We are proud of man- ner in which Elizabeth main- tains client satisfaction in ful- filling Jhpir housing needs. Bath Oils Preparations Soaps Sachets Perfumes and Colognes Atomizers Gift Boutiques TJf Scqrves Trayej Bggs and Accessories ir Qift Rings Belts jGhqins Rip? MERLE NORMAN C05METIG BpUTIQUE COI.IEGE MAIL "Free Pift wmms Will the biplane (a) get the mail through in time? Will the express train (b) stop before it reaphes the missing track? Will the Indians (c) attack the Stage- coach Or the speeding Hupmobjle And that House on the hill What's going on up there? The Pilsner label raises many exciting questions. But there's never any question about Pilsner Beef. In L-ethbridge, it's still made by men who take time to brew ant beer in the traditional'way. We're not about to either: (lie label or the beer. AFTER THE FAkJOUS, f ONW Of. Of ;