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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAT ADJUDICATOR ISNT CROONING SUPPORTER Montreal Toronto Brandon..... 5ACBER IX CITY" P. M. Sander cf Strathmore Is Ja the city on business IB ha capaeitv of general manager of the StTaSsry sue Mii Hivers TAKES RADAR COCRSE i srsibriss, on Wecnescay to racisr course in Ont: be earned on by Capr. e3, formerly cf Mscieoc. SADDLE CLCB OCT1XG All members of tie Medicine Hat entries captur- ed majority of at the Wednetdav morning session of the Provincial Musical Fes- tival held in Southminster church with Arnold Golds- brough adjudicating yid the audience learned the adjudi- cator hates crooning. AT FESTIVAL THURSDAY it of selections than se chosen. He considered the n. better than the women. In the male Quartette class Alex- ander High School was the only entry and received 80 marks. They sang nicelr bat lacked expression- Judge Hates Crooning Three Medicine Hat entries com- j under: _____________Barons, S3-S7. The Cal? i prised the tenor solo class, under: class, under 119 vcith Sdvvin Mack topping the j 7 Wendy Egbert. class with 80-84 oxarks and Dick .90 marks, and s Stephens, second with 82-84. The OKS, second with i winner's voice shows good signs ;A "and we sre booked u? to the Ii 53 o! First installation of sts2 rf! place shortly, he said. icg makes me sick." the adjudicator said when jadging the class. Reesor. Medicine Eai, 35-86 marks won the mezzo so- irsna class, under 19 and was lie tiucnori >s the considerasion.! only enfant. She is a promising The" wiener musical (juahty to singer with a good voice and her gary. He was gsucn __________ ias area, r he had been living si vUle." See a: Edmonton nisht Thursday. Synopsis VTedaes- TJ.l. SMUW riv-iLiM. On WetoeaSw w-KEf K ...oved WELL SHOW PICTCKE Announcements DR. D. A. B her voice. She is going to be a scod singer but must leara to make the words come otti. Alexander High School. at. with J. R, YalHs. tor words mean something. Ha Medtc: 1 class of ane At Southminster church on Thursday morning: Piano un- der 10 and under 11: noun, un- der 12: bo vs.' solo, under 10 and under 13; "soprano, under 19; baritone or bass, open; noon, nisuo undsr 14. under 15, and under 16 clsases; soprano open; contralto open; tenor open; soprano under 22: Baca class, junior. Sight: Violin un- der 19; soprano ana contralto Ueder open; Bach class, open- sold medalists competing for Ssutchbury cup; sen-ice clubs. Ikle Fined On Juvenile Count Joseph Ikle of this city was sen- tenced to one month at, hard labor in the Lethbridge pwrancial jail and S50 and costs alter toeing convicted bv juvenile court Overcast Skies Hint At Rain Southern Alberta skies irere over- cast on Wednesday, and farmers looked hopefully at the threatening skies. Spring weather to date has been extremely dry. and are! parched. In the irrigated areas farmers are using all the water that is available. Since the beginning of March only 1.12 inches of precipitation have been measured at the meteoro- logical bureau at Kenyon Field here. Of that asiount 21 of aa inch oc- curred in March, 31 of an inch in April, and the remaining .40 of an. inch up to Wednesday morning in the month of May. A trace of precipitation was measured, here Wednesday morning. Some light shearers were report- ed from datrics points. South and east of the city conditions were generally described as cloudy and nef Be" Mescalfe Tuesdav after-1 calm, with temperatures averaging coon charge of contributing around 60 degrees Showers occur- delinquency, to default red in the Spring Coulee district, of payment of the fine, is toj rloud'' "an additional month in Phoae 2497. cho'rus sic Snow is BETTRES FROM K-CJLP. Prairie and at Watertoa. CorbS H. iloseiy. a member of being reported in tne to- the Aiountec Police "for the pass 33 i csy. Xo Ssskaicheiraa jtationjs T2srs, and recently ssticned in 1 reporting rain this The Calgary, ret: week force Blair be GS'ot ye: Usted in f awarded This is and jmenile evolved in the of- i Cathernr.e city police preseated their c. attractive team DRTVS AXT> DANCS In the Eagles' Hall TONIGHT. Cards p.m- Dancing 10 ance and the thcaight Deaths Quality of Imagination Stressed By Musical Festival Adjudicator at Ray- E. P. Kane Passes In City Tuesday "POT 40 rears a farmer of the Pic- ture district. 3. P. Sane of 3231 9th Are. succumbed in. a city tosDitai TuescaT nigh; ai the age of 53 yeais. He had been in !a- heslth for several years. Som st Wayne. Wisconsin. Acs- 29, I88S. be came Alberts, in Ae fall of 1905. shortly after taking a home- stead in the Picture disrrict- Througa the years he was known as an sciire community worker and served for a long nine on. the dis- trict school board, also belonging to ths Elks' Lodge. He was a sup- po-ter of the United Church of Can- ada. He Is moamed by his wife, Clara: a daughter. Mrs. J. E. Jorgessen of Picture Butte; a brother, H. B. TCaTTa of Pictnre Buste; three sis- t-ers, Mrs. H: M. Saney of Picture Batte, Mrs. Mars Soble of Olds, Mis. K. S. Hanson of Cut Sank, Moat, and ore grandson. Martin. funeral directors, are In charge of arrange- ments, and these will be announced completed. Mounted Police Court Cases A Tariety of charges, Including thres under tile Game ct, have been heard in district Hoyal Cana- dian Mounted Police courts dur- ine the tiast few days. Cecil Leroy Michel, chareed with dangerous driving, was fined 810 asd costs and was "prohibited from, driving- an auto- mobile for iwo Tears, when, he ap- peared before Justice of the Peace Stanley Clarke -as Travers. jr setting traps in beaver bur- rows. contrary to the Game Act. Sdwarci Hairy BnHr Leo Crazy Ball and John Bear sbfa Bone, an of Cardston, were each fined S35 and costs when they appeared before Magistrate "W. -3- ilcLeod st Pinch- er Creek. Charged with, the theft of a feorse. Thomas Jack "Vanaora, no Sxed abode, was sentenced to four months at hard labor in the Lethbridge provincial jaiL degress below nomal anc will show Thursday. Forecast with inter- mitten; ram today with snow over _______________ funeral directors. 725 away at Rav- mor-d on Tuesday. May Mil- per hour today becoming northeast j atrangenieiiis are comnleted. j 10 niles per hour by Thursday christensen Bros, funeral directors. rconoag. tonight ED Lethbridge i 726 35. High Thursday 50. Medicine Overcast -Kith in- termUtent rain today with some j Tbe Qosilitv iznagidtion in the interpretation of music was emphasized as most important br Sidnev Harrison, adjudicat- inr irf the First Baptist church on Wednesday mornmg. In songs the words helped the singers to send ideas to their hearers, conveving the color and Imnort of the music- He com- plained, however, that most of the votms soloists "just sot up and without -workinE for beauty of tone or getting the spirit "of their songs. Tmagination pisved a great part competition for young vio- under the age of 13, which m liuists undi featured interesting "Hussian Lullaby" asd DoUy pieces. awav on Tuescay. j May 21st. Srsrin Philander, aged 59 sSolTover higher grdund. Cloudy I yeais, husband of iC3.! _w__________---------- Thursdav. North wind increasing Ciara Louisa ajine. Oj. reon'said. and should mafee a reai to north 20 sales per hour this SOtttt_ w-i j she had a good afteraooTu Cooler. Low as Meci- cine Hal tonighs 35. High Thurs- cav 50. wo-ds clearlr and intelligently. Ee evidence. MEDICINE HAT NOTES MEDICDCS Col. Wilhara Buchanan and Mrs. Buchanan returned to the city after visiting friends in Calgary for the past week. Miss Eileen Tavlor. bride elect, left on Thursdav for Toronto where awarded 85 Delonjher marriage will take place oa Christensen of Bowman school be- ing in second slace with 85. The onlv entrant in two classes for sight singing, senior and open. was Adeie Havard of Medicine Hat. who won 80 marss in the and S-l in the second. Congratulating her." the adjudicator emphasized asam the of sight sing- ing and playing as tests of real musicianship. The morning session was conclud- j ec bv a ladies' tno smging "The Peaceful Western Wind" by Start- i ford, consisting of Mary Haig, i Geraldine McCorfele and Jean June Miss Taylor has been the honored guest at a number of social functions prior to her depar- ture. Mrs. A. EL Xoland left on Wed- nesday to visit friends in Quebec City. OVERWORKED BIRD The wood ibis is the only stork found in America. Thomson of Lethbridae. the trio ____ received a mark of S3 with excellent LLuii show- criticism of the ensemble and m- -vjv. Bar- j dividual voices being given by ihe adjudicator. In Police Court Five charges- three of them _____the Eovemmenu liquor con- trol act. were heard ia Lethbridge citv police court Tuesday before Magistrate B. Metcalfe. Dillon Peterson of New Dayton, charged with driving an unregistered motor vehicle, was Cued 51 and costs. For Tsarlong on a hizhway in the city for a period exceeding twelve consecutive hours, contrary to city by-law. John Patey of bridee was lined and costs. Edward L. Misko of Lethbridge; Jacob Barg, Coaldale, and McKenna, Lethondge, charged, with having liquor in a place other than a. private" residence or the guest room of an hotel, were each fined and costs. Pleading guilty to a charge of be- ing intoxicated in -a. Dublic place. WSHam John Perdue of Lethbridge was fined S20 and S6 costs in city police courc "Wednesday morning. Joseph E. Soss of Leth'bridge drew a similar Density after he had liquor unlawfully in other than, his private residence. T. Shimomura. of Lethbridge was Sued SI and S4 costs for operating a. motor vehicle with inadequate brakes. He admitted the offence. Wartime marriHges are the msin factor in the' acute shortage of nurses in Alberta. Miss Helen. Mc- Arthur. vice-president of the Al- berta Association, of Registered Nurses, claims. of the session, and her only com- tors of funeral service. 724 In Memoriam In loving memorr of oar little girl, Beth, who lefs us May 22, 19'" land you for a little nine, child "of Mine. He said. For vou to love the while she lives mourn for when she's dead. It may be six or seven, years, or twentv-two or three. But will you. till I call her back, take care of her for Me? She'll bring her charms to gladden vou, and shall her stay be brief. "SouTl have her lovely memories as solace for your grief. Ever remembered, by and Daddy Mr and Mrs. O. Schin- nour, Coutts, Alta. 697 TTI lovinsr memory of our daugh- ter, Mrs. Hath Laffance who pass- ed away May 22, 1945. The deoths of sorrow we cannot tell, Of the loss of one we loved so well. And while she sleeps a peaceful sleep. Her memorv we shall always keep. Ever remembered by her mother i and father. Mr. and Mrs. 3. 3. Rock j and her daughter, Joy. ?01 petitor, Sthel Parfltt of Lethbridge, received S3. Boy and Girl Solos So close "was comDentioa in the girls' solo under 12 years that Eelen Mileson of Lethbridge and Patricia Strong of Bavmond were asked, to repeat their performances of "Grasshopper The adjudi- cator's Spai decision gave first place to Patricia with 87 marks for a slightly more advanced knowl- edge of Both girls sang easjlr and naturally with good dic- tion "and their renditions were alive. Helen received 36 marks. David HoweU of Westminster school was winner in a class of 15 boy soloists, division 2, citv schools. Singing "The Jolly Mill- most of the boys had Jittle idea of the song, said Mr. Harrison. Thev had nice voices but made no attempt at characterization. The winner had thought more about the quality of the sounds he was making and had also sung the KLAIKMORE MAX NAMED W. Bird. Blairmore and Howard Scott, DrumheUer. were elected directors of the Western Canada Fuel Association at its 27th annual convention in Victoria. IJ. ML Henderson OPTOMETRIST Second Phone 3857 In loTtee memory of our Hnle j granddaughter, Elizabeth Anne i Schinnour who died May 22. 1944. Bovinglv remembered by her grandmother and grsndf ataer Ayers j 700 1 CIVIC COUNCIL TO SEEK AID OF GROUPS The executive of ths Lethbridge Community Council finished draw- ing up its draft constitution Mon- day night a meeting held in the board room of the ?.M.C.A_ In its present form the constitution will be submitted for approval at the next general meeting of the council is set for Monday. May 27. an pjn_. and all city organizations interested in community welfare are asked to send representatives. HeiigioHs denominations would be represented on the council on the basis of congregations rather than on constituent organizations within each church, it was decided. Each pastorate would two members on the council. CHRISTENSENBROS. PHONE 28Q2 Meetings 3Iasonic Emergent meeting of North Star No. 4, AJPT and A-M-. wul be held in the Masonic hall. 10th St. S., on. Thursdav, May 23 (note date) as 8 ajn. P.C. degree will be con- ferred. Visiting brethren cordially invited. JUST ARRIVED THE FAMOUS Dormeyer Electric FOOD MIXERS QtJAXTITT North Lethbridge Hardware Mimeographing All Work Carefully Done J. S. BROTVX Brown's Musical Supplies Lethbridse :RVIC ISONN And Their Wives Are invited to meet representa- tives of our committee at the Y.M.C.A. any Thursday between the hours of 3 and pjn. Our committee wial be glad to help you la any way possible. Lethbridge Rehabilitation Committee TONIGHTS DANCE CANCELLED at the TRIANON Come and Hear HORACE LAPP Tomorrow Night Cloudy and Cal West from Macleod. conditions reported as cloudy and calni temperatures hovering close to the SO degree zoarSc. while north of Macleod the weather was much the same, except that showers were jeneral over the greater part of the area. Good rains were received as, Nanton and Stavely. Along the Aldersyde subdivision the weather was reported as cloudy and calm with temperatures around 50 de- press. Light showers fell around Jarons. The trsTdmum temperature re- corded in the city on Tuesday was 66 degrees and the overnight mini- mum was 41. At a.m.. Wed- nesday, thermometers in the city gave a reading of 47 degrees. North- erly Triads were blowing at a velo- city of 25 miles per hour. Skies were overcast. Raining at Nanton started to fall at 9 o'clock Tuesday night. Rain is failing stead- ily Wednesday morning and wall be of great benefit to grain fields and grass on the range. MEETING Regular meeting of the Leth- bridge public school board has been postponed from the evening of Thursday, May 23. to May 30. ALBERT STUCKART We are pleased to announce tha Albert Sttickart, a member of our staff for the past 3% years, has been appointed supervisor of service Mr. Siuckart started in the bat tery department building batteries and Trorked up to become the hea of this department. Later he i transferrec to sales and now being familiar with the detail of all de- I partments tsr? plncci la j this position. As in the past we wffl In the future be "the house that service AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. Cor. 2nd Are. and 10th St. S. Just Received METAL MAIL BOXES DRENE SHAMPOO Tor dry or oily hair 39c and Jackson Braffin The Family Drug Store Phone 2364 APIECK HICK Hardware Co. Ltd. Phone 3762 Lattice V2x2-Inch For building garden fences, trellises, arches, heaver board stripping, etc. Get yours while it lasts. Alberta Lumber Products Co. Phone 2018 Lethbridse Phones 3848 and 3758 FAT'S TAXI and DELIVERY SERVICE For prompt and courteous service you can't go wrong by phoning Invite Suggestions During discussion, of the research i committee report the suggestion was made that service clubs and other i organizations engaging in welfare' work within the city be asked to j file results and other information of gesnral interest relating to their projects with the council with a view to giving it a basis upon which to develop policy. The scnool ques- tionnaire being drawn up by the same committee with a view to de- termining the interests and needs of public and high school children will be. brought before the general meeting for approval and final dis- position. ROY'S DELIVERY BAGGAGE AND ALL LIGHT TRUCKING FOB PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Phone 3959 Bej Westman BUI Warren NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS PETE'S TAXI Phone MORRIS PETEKSOX, Prop. Phone 4487 at your service night and day 4487 Oar drivers know the city and win get you to your destination safely and on time. 402 Thirteenth Street X. PROMPTNESS, SAFETY, COMFORT You Get All Tiiese If You Phone The Next Time You Want a Cab 4058 STEVE'S TAXI SODA FOUNTAIN and NEWS STAND Next Door to Bus Station PUBLIC NOTICE The following Lethbridge Lumber and Building Sup- ply Dealers will be closed for business all day SATURDAY, MAY 25 in order to give our employees a long weekend holiday. ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. ALBERTA LUMBER PRODUCTS CO. ATLAS LUMBER CO. LTD. BEAVER (ALBERTA) LUMBER CO.. LTD. LETHBRIDGE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY STACEY LUMBER CO. LTD. A. N. VETS General Meeting Army and Navy Club Rooms TONIGHT AT 8.15 Frendiy's Quick Delivery and General Trucking PROMPT SERVICE 4454 Fully Insured Phone FIREWORKS For the 24th of May Many Varieties BOW ON TONG CO. 316 SECOND AVE. S. HORACE LAPP 'TOET OF THE PIANO" TRIANON AM) HIS ORCHESTRA Thursday, May 23 Admission Per Person (Tax Extra) Nowhere else has Horape Lapp appeared for lesi than admission price. Don't this musical treat. N E w ;