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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Wednesday, April 4, i9. MUSIC FESTIVAL RESULTS The following are the results of the Lethbrldge and District Kiwanis Music Festival for all classes which look place Tuesday. riANO SOLO 14 yrs. and under 1. Nancy Wat- ton, 85; 2. Patty Klnnlburgh, 84; Ter- tsa Mulgrew, 84. 12 yrs. and under 1. Dwight Siemens, 87; 2. Bonnie Park, 86; Larry Haz, 66. 15 vrs. and under 1. Laurie Fum- agalli, 86; 2. Wayman Mah, 85. ELEMENTARY FOLK SONG Grades 1 to 3 Fleetwood- Bawden, 86; 2. Assumption, 85. SCHOOL CHORUS Grade- 4 Assumption 87; 2 Westminster 86; Fleetwood- Bawden B, 36; Westminster t, 86. GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO 11 yrs, 1. Maureen Pitcher, 82; 2. Lorraine Green, 81; Jodi-Ann Heicle- brecht, 8'. 8 to 9 yrs. 1. Lisa Trofymow, 84; 2 Susan Dudley, 83; Shelly Anderdon, 83. 11 yrs. 1. Valerie O'Toole, 83; 2. Cheryl Harker, 62. 15 yrs. Gayle Graham, 83. VIOL'N SOLO 13 yrs. and under Michelle Tomp- klrs 83. 10 yrs. and under Bruce Thiessen, 85. yrs. and under Brent Purnell, 84. 15 yrs. and under Laurie Fuma- galll, 90. VIOLIN DUET 12 yrs. and under Bruce Thiessen and Brent Purnell, 82. VIOLA SOLO 16 yri. and under Nancy Foster, 83. VUONCELLO SOLO 14 yrs. and under Perry Foster, 70. A'USIC THEATRE SOLO 12 vrs. and under 1. Valerie O'Tocle, 85; 2. Linda Poch, Si; Lindzi GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO 15 to 17 yrs. l. Margaret Marus, 15; 2. Gay Piomp, 84. TEENAGE GIRLS' CHORUS 16 yrs. and under 1. Anne Camp- bell Sngers, 89, 87. 1? yrs. and under 1. Camp- bell Singers, 88, 87. CHORAL SPEECH Kindergarten 1. Kin- dergarten, 85. Grade Assumption 1C, W; 2. George McKillop, 85. Grade 2 1. St. Mary's, 86; 2. Fleetwood-Bawden, 85; Agnes David- son, 85. Grade 4 1. Agnes Davidson A, 85; 2. Westminster, 83. Grade 5 1. Agnes Davidson E, 86; 2. Agnes Davidson D, 86. VIOLONCELLO CONCTRTO Senior l. Perry Foster, 89. VIOLIN DUET Open 1. Valerie Horvath and Shelley Buri, 87. VIOLIN CONCERT GROUP 16 yrs. and under 1. Nancy Foster, 90, 82. VIILONCELLO BACH Senior 1. Perry Foster, 90. VIOLIN CONCERTO Open 1. Valerie Horvath, 87. BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL Grade 2 l. Niall Lynagh, Assump- tion, 85; 2. Jeffrey Folles, Raymond, 84. Grade 9 l. Marlin Howg, Wil- son Jr. High, 89; 2. Malcolm MacFar- lane, Wilson Jr. High, 87. GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL Grade 5 1. Carmen Sera, West- minster, 87; 2. Michele Nikiforuk, As- sumption, Wendy Oler, Agnes Dav- idson, 86; Joanne Cahoon, Fleetwood- Bawden, 86 BEETHOVEN SONATA Senior 7. Ed Gnandf, 84; 2. Gayla Costanzo. 85. 20TH CENTURY CANADIAN- AMERICAN yrs. and under 1. Laurie Fuma- galli, 83. 20TH CENTURY CANADIAN- AMERICAN-BRITISH Open 1. Karen Boulfon, 80. P'ANO DUET Open I. Laurie Fumagallt and Wayman Mah, 85. PIANO SOLO 19 yrs. and under 1. Irene Klas- sen, 89. TWO PIANOS Senior 1. Virginia Watson end Sylvia Bingham, 82. PIANO CONCERTO Senior 1. Ed Gnandt, 87. VOCAL DUET, BOY and-or GIRL 16 yrs. and under 1. Rae Johnston and Carol Virtue, 85; 2. Margaret Marus and Debbie Schroter, 84. GIRLS' FOLK SONG SOLO 14 yrs. and under 1. Gay Plomp, 85; 2. Laurel Hartley, 84. SACRED SOLO Female I. Kathy Ponecn, W; 2 Lori Smith, 82. GIRLS' TRIO 17 yrs. and under 1. Margaret Marus, Debbie Schroter, Marvel Har- rison, 86; 2. Virginia Watson, Louise Bridge, Jeanne Hicken, 84. FOLK BALLAD SOLO Senior 1. Bonnie Smith, 85; Wendy Burrows, 84. TRIO Any Combinaiion 1. Laura Wat- son, Ethel Hicken, Jeannine Jensen, 85. DRAMATIC SOPRANO Female 1. Wendy Burrows, 89, 87. FOLK SONG SOLO Senior 1. Lori Smith, 85; 2. Patri- cia Hrynkjw, 84; Melody Bohne, 84. CONTEMPORARY ALBERTA POETRY 14 yrs. and under 1. Dwalne Pal- mer, 88; 2. Lori Hinman, 87; Sheri McFadden, 87. SONNET SEQUENCE 16 yrs. and under 1. Dawn Mc- Caugherty, 85. SOLO MIME Senior l, shari Hohm, 87. DUOLOGUES 18 yrs. and under 1. Shari Hohm and Tom Carter, 86; 2. Carolyn Nalder and Michele Taylor, 85. Open 1. Sheri McFadden and Lee Reinhardt, 88; 2. Roger Hohm and Kirn Christensen, 85. ORATORY Open 1. Gwen Schultz, 85. LYRIC POETRY Open 1. Gloria Kamltomo, 88; 2. Pat Waterfield, 86. I The Canadian Family Store SALE' Aprif 5-6-7 318-6th Street South, Lethbridge Phone 328-6566 FASHION SALE WHILE QUANTITIES LAST! Repeat Offer! SPRING PANT SUITS Machine Washable Polyester 2- and 3-piece polyester or 2-piecers in bonded Orion. Poll-on flare leg. Blazers, tunic and smock tops in solids and prints. Colours include navy, lil- ac, blue, red, beige, pink, white Sizes 10 to 18 and 38 to 40. m r "W m Chain-wide Purchase NEW FASHION SWEATERS. Too Makers Clearance Your pant suit can do double duty with these 'right on sweaters Buy a shell, a collared short sleeved style a long sleeve pullover. Wide, wonderful assortment of colours, contrasts, pat- terns in acrylics, Orlons, Nylons. Sizes S.M.L. shells s.s.pullovers Is. pullovers Jane Fonda leads protest Actress Jane Fonda holds her arm up in the air as she joins a group of anli-war demonstrators on" a march toward the Western White House in San Clemente Calif., to protest the visit of South Vietnam's President Nguyen Van Thieu. Fonda's remarks''insult1 WASHINGTON (AP) De- fence Secretary Elliot L. Rich- ardson said Tuesday that movie actress Jane Fonda's remark ibat former American prisoners of war in Indochina are "hypo- crites and liars" was an "egr- egious insult to all of our re- turning prisoners." Richardson, appearing before a House of Representatives ap- propriations subcommittee on defence, was asked by Repre- sentative Louis-Syman (Rep. N.H.) for his response to Miss Fonda's statement in a Los An- geles television station inter- view last Friday. Richardson said he had vis- ited 35 to 40 returned prisoners from Vietnam and their integ- rity and honesty were apparent to him. "That remark by Jane Fonda was an egregious insult to all of our returning Rich- ardson said. A person malting such a judg- "Rid" is back at The Town Chef THIS WEEK THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS from p.m. in the DINING ROOM Located across from The Paramount Theatre NOW OPEN: Mon., Tues., Wed. a.m. to 8 p.m. Thurs., Fri., Sat. a.m. to 12 midnight Sundays 12 noon to II p.m. ment, he said, is "badly moti- vated or simply fails to want to understand what be or she can plainly perceive." Miss Fonda, referring to re- ports from the former PoWs that they were tortured in North Vietnamese jails, said "the condition of the returning prisoners should speak for itself to prove the man have not been tortured." "I think that one of the only ways that we are going to re- deem ourselves as a country for what we have done she continued, "is not to hail the pi- lots as heroes, because they are hypocrites and liars." In Valley Center, Calif., a for- mer U.S. prisoner of war said Miss Fonda shows she is a liar and dupe of the Communists in her Vietnam statements. "I think Jane baby is a little twisted in her said navy Capt. William Franke. a pris- oner for nearly eight years. "She made statements and she was deceived and duped at every turn, and she was shown things that they wanted her to see.. Well, she's a liar." Franke, of nearby Escondido, was reported killed in 1965 until his name appeared some time ago on the PoW lists. He spoke Monday to Valley Center's Rotary Club. NOTICE THE WELDING ACT THE APPRENTICESHIP ACT THE TRADESMEN'S QUALIFICATION ACT USE YOUR CHARGEX The Department of Manpower and Labour is conducting a re- view of legislation relating to trade training and qualifications. Submissions from interested groups, organizations, and indi- viduals are invited. Briefs should be handwritten or typed and signed, and mailed to the Department of Manpower and Labour, Room 423, Legislative Building, Edmonton, Alberta, 'prior to May 4, 1973. Public Hearings will be held after the closing date for briefs at locations, times and dates to be announced later. All of those submitting briefs will be invited to appear at the Public Hear- ings. Those who wish to make written submissions only, must do so before May 31, 1972. Hon. Or. A. E. Hohol Minister of Manpower and Labour Room 423. Legislative Building 'EDMONTON, Alberta f GOVERNMENT OF TV HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY SPORT: Stanley Cup Play-Offs, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The East Division semifinal between the Montreal Canadiens and Buffalo Sabres in Montreal. SPECIAL: Elvis Presley, p.m., Ch. 9. Aloha from Hawaii a one-man show of music and song. SPECIAL: Spring is Special, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Oral Roberts, Johnny Cash and Pearl Bailey celebrate the arrival of spring. CRIME DRAMA: Banacck, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A whodunit about a half-back who vanishes in front of a packed stadium and millions of TV viewers. Debut of a series. MUSIC: Lawrence Welk, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A musical tour of the world by Lawrence and his musical family. ADVENTURE: Jason King, p.m., Ch. 13. The return of this series with tonight's story Healing with mistaken identity in an assassination plot. The Waltons, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A young preacher staying a few days with the Waltons leads John-Boy to seek out the true meaning of sin. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Son of 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A stalwart youth defends Egypt's desert tribesmen against a cruel governor. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Eydie Gorme and Norm Crosby are among Merv's guests at Las Vegas. THURSDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Who Killed the Mysterious Mr. 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A TV-movie about an alcoholic drift- er who runs for sheriff. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC if Mortey McGill and Allan Bel! Contemporary News; Doug Marvin Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Music We Remember Sunday Mornings. MONDAY thru FRIDAY New: Farm Newt News Sports Cattle Buryl Clark Bob Hesketh Grain Prices News Chec-line Call of the Land Farm News Chec Trading Post Dave King Cattle Prices Leo Dow Jack Neufeld News John Oliver Paul Tessier CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitt, Bill Mathesm; Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Douj Card WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Probe 1220 Jim Elliot News, Wthr, Sport CBC News News and Grain 7-50 News, Wthr, Sport Prices Phone Bill Show Jack Thys Joan Waterfield Johnny Walker Jim Elliot Probe 1220 Jack Thys World at Six Probe 1220 World at Six John Walker Request Line John Charles Jim Parsons if MONDAY thru FRIDAY _ a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-O 6 p.m.-lO p.m. Don Redman t 70 p.m.-l2 midnight Concerts, and Encores (Bob Concie) CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY j a.m.-l2 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman t p.m.-l a.m. Dell-O SUNDAYS p.m. Concerts, and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaus Hour (German program) Z-6 p.m. Don Hedman t p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, overturn and Encores (Bob Concie} CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Written In Rock World at Six THURSDAY As It Happens Warmup Concern Eye Opener News, Sports. Wfhr 8.00 at 8 From the Capitals n Five Nights a weeK Inside from This Country Outside Radio Noon School Max Ferguson Bob Kerr BBC Home Run News World 6 It The Letltbridtjc Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DON'T BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scrutiny of Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation practices to the discipline of their regulations! CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! doc-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY Super Heroes Pmocchlo Vfliard Ol News and Farm FacW Audubon Joan WaJerfield Mr. Dress Up Cdn Schools Friendly Giant Chez HeJene WEDNESDAY NIGHT Hollywood Squares CJOC News NHL. Playoffs Sports Week Uwrcnce Welk Waltons News CJOC Crossflrv Movie: Sen of Cleopatra Sesame Street Lassie Luncheon Date Let's Mate Deal Truth or Consequences Nancy Miller Ed Allen Take 30 3-30 Edge ot NIgnt Family Court Drop In Hollywood RoHiptr Room Canada AJA. Uncle Sobtoy Gommtmity Calendar CFCN-TV Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY MIGHT News Beat Oral Roberts Myslery ffavtt Jason King Sporhtaat 72 N-W News Griffin THURSDAY Ttwugnt for 'UfiJvWJilffy Aw Family Affair WijvSe: Sam HB1: Killed Mr. ._ _ Foster Fashions in Sewing Kmtrsef WFB Anrthtr Wortfl tOH> Tracy Whsts She Good 10.00 Word Yoga ATryttilng You On Btrton Do Style i-.X BocksWt IfcflO Bel Star KftTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevirion Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIOMT 5.00 News News Bob NewtiSTJ EHvs from Hawaii Cannon MamflK Hews TonlffM Show THURSDAY World Salute Agriculture M The World ToSST Show IZ.po TJwj Today Memlana Pyramid Anrfmtr World of CenTury Hoflywood Talking Hollywood S'ortn Jtopsrfly Oooalas SJww Who WhW Where, t: DO WiM Game 10: News Batflsd 1 30 tjff J.w> Wtfws KFBI.TV Great FaHs Channel S (Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT 15 00 Days Our LJvn Kangaroo tflews C.OONews Tnrtn or Cortsewenow News Jaclc ts Lannt Cnven NffWi 1fl.30 Movie: Slact Scorpion .rnirmel 1S.30 lo Tomorrow 11.00 children en 1.00 General Hospital One Llfs to 2.M Movie: A Gffi 3 X Oliwb's t DD SolVt Second Ji arwTlcrwfl Password Newt ;