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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LCI band tops festival took lop puce nuifcs durtaf the Wcdaertay MMkm of the Klwanli Miulc PMttvtl. la mid-week. Junior and high school bands performed well according to adjudicator Robert Miller, who awarded a Wto the LCI Gold Band, and a cloee M to the Hamilton ju- nto nigh band. The Raymond band pulled in with a 91 at the afternoon seutoni and placed well in the evening classes as well. .Bands will again perform this evening.' Those interested in accordion classes are reminded that these sessions will be held at Southminster Hall Friday afternoon and at St. Augustine's Hall in the evening. Results for all Wednesday sessions follow, (competitors are from Lethbridge unless otherwise PIANO SOLO, 13 years and under: Linda Enns, Coaldale, Bonnie Park. Coleman. M. PIANO SONATINA. 13 years and under: Bonnie Park. Coleman, 17; Cindy Lee Sepp, Foremost. 84. PIANO SOLO. 8 years and under: Jo- anne Price. Blairmore. 87; Virginia Gale. Blairmore. 86. FOLK SONG CHORUS. Grades 10- 12: Winston Churchill Girls' Chorus. IB. SENIOR HIGH CHORAL GROUP, unconducted: .W. R. Myers High School. Taber. 88, 82. CHILDRKN'S CHOIR. 13 years and under: Southminster Jr. Girls' Choir, H9. 89. PLAIN CHANT St. Jo- seph's School Choir. Coaldale, 88. 89. SCHOOL CHORUS. Grade 2: Kleelwnod-Bawden. 85: Assumption B, H4. CLASSROOM MUSIC. Grades 3-4: St. 85. ACTION SONU. Grade I-: St. Paul's. 82. GIRLS' SCHOOL SOLO. Grade 4: Beth MacNcil. Assumption, 85: Patricia Stanton, Galbraith, 83. GIRLS FOLK SONG SOLO. 12 years und under: Jodi-Ann Heidebrechl. Coaldale. 86: Lisa Trofymow. 85. BOYS' FOLK SONG SOLO, 10 years and under: Adrian Leonard, Milk Hiver: Ray Mifflin, Claresholm, 78. BOYS' VOCAL SOLO, 8 to 10 years: Lome Fisher, Lethbridge. 82. LYRIC POETRY. 12 years and under: Donald Gibb. Raymond. 88: Dorothy Ann Palmer. Raymond, 87. CANADIAN POETRY. 6 years and under: Kevin Misak. Lethbridge, 88: Tiffany Tremel. Lethbridge. 85. BIBLE READING. 10 years and under: Jeff Ryan. Claresholm. 84. CONCERT BAND. Grade 1: Raymond Gr. 7 Band. 91: Gilbert Paterson. Jr. High Band. 86. CONCERT BAND RECITAL. Grades I and 2: Baker Brass Band. 89. WOODWIND ENSEMBLE. 16 years und under: Nancy DeWitt. Joan Robin. Lelhbridgc. 88: Monica Lanham, Koxann Jackci. Janice Sanford. [.cttibridee. 82. v WOODWIND ENSEMBLE._____ RtyJMjijI Hifk WoodwlM SCHOOL RECORDER CHORUS, Grate 4.1 Jako Davtfcot School. Coaldalc, SCHOOL RHYTHM BAND, Crude 1: JohnJtavidw School. CoaUaW, a. SCHOOL CHORUS, Grade 1: St. M: SCHOOL CHORUS, Mtected vafctt, Grata. 4 lot: AiwrapUan, B, M. JUNIOR HIGH CHORAL GROUP: WUiM Jr. Hlfh, Si, M; Hamilton Jr. Hlfh. M- B. FOLK! SONG CHORUS, traditional QrwttcTwd 3: ftwtwood-Bawdcn. McKWop, St. Payl'i, H. SUNDAY SCHOOL OR JUNIOR x CHURCH CHOIR, 13 yean ud undtr: SouthnuMtarJr. GirU' Choir, N. SUNDAY SCHOOL OR JUNIOR CHURCH CHOIR. 16 years and under Soulhmiiuter Girls Choir. M. SONATINA, 11 yean and under: Gini Decoux. Blairmore, (6; Diana Hardy, HIcfcM. JM- TfeMALE CHORUS, Ud liar Ten Cleft V V SENIOR VOCAL ENSEMBLE, wtcM. UKoaducUd: Teen Clafi, M, CHURCH CHOIR, iniud voket, any tiat: McKUlop Senior Church Choir, II. BIBLE READING, 11 yean and under: Dorothy Ann Palmer, Raymond. 17; Umta Hately, Raymond, BIBLE READING. yean and under: Lori Human. Carttoton. 89. SOLO SCENES. 14 yean add under: Dawn Dairies. M. CANADIAN POETRY, It years and under: Dune Keeto. Raymond, IS; Virginia Hately. Raymond, ft SOLO SCENES, U Ud I CortHy BrewerlM. Lori Hlamaa, CardMon. M. CANADIAN POETRY, ot CANADIAN POBTRY. If ytan and under: Martin Kinchelee, M, SPEECH CONCERT 'RECITAL, atom: Shtri McFadden. K. BRASS ENSEMBLE, 1 to I piayen. Mnior: Raymond Hlfb School BRASS ENSEMBLE. II yean and under. 1 to I piayen: Raymond Jr. Hifh Bract quartette, B; Raymond CONCERT BAND, Grade J: Collegiate Institute Gold Band. M: Hamilton Jr. High Band, N. Kolpah. PIAN1 PIANO SOLO. 7 years and under: Carolyn Willms. Grassy Lake, K; Lynette Huston, 84. PIANO SOLO. 11 years and under: (jini Decoux. Blairmore. tt: Lorelei Hironaka. 87. PIANO SOLO. 12 years: Maureen Snow. Milk River; 84: Michael Schlalje. S3. PIANO SIGHT ACCOMPANYING, 17 years and over: Sherry Pratt, M. PIANO SIGHT PLAYING. 17 years and over: Sherry Pratt, 80. PIANO QUICK STUDY: Virginia Watson. Raymond. 81: Sherry Pratt, 80. CANADIAN POETRY, 8 years and under: Ronni Worboys. 89: Tim Matheson. 84. STORY TELLING. 10 years and under: Maria Baunton, 86; Shirley Regier. Coaldale. 85. STORY TELLING, 14 years and under: Elaine Kamitomo. Raymond. 83. CANADIAN POETRY, 14 years and under: Dawn Davies, 86; Melisa Spackman. Douglas Keeler. Raymond. 84. LYRIC POETRY. 6 years and under: Tami Gibb. Raymond, 86; Jennifer Tail. Tammy Nickel, 84. SACRED SOLO, senior, female: Wendy Burrows, 83; Grace Thiessen, OPERATIC SOLO, female: Susan Garrie 86. CANADIAN VOCAL SOLO, 19 years and under: Dawn McCaugherty, 84. LIEDER, 16 years and under: Judy Melnyk. 78; Peggy Johnson, 75. LIEDER. 19 years and under: Carol Virtue. Carolyn Drewry, 82. FOLK BALLAD SOLO, senior. Wendy Burrows. 84. ORATORIO SOLO, female, open: (Jay Malacko. 83. DRAMATIC .SOPRANO, open: Wendy Burrows. 80. CONCERT GROUP, open: Susan Garrie. 87. PIPE ORGAN Grade D: Roxanne Laycock. 85. PIPE ORGAN. Grade B: Barry Waterlow, 75. VOCAL TRIO, male or female, open: Carol Virtue. Rae Johnston, Marg Marus. 88; Laura Watson, Jean- nine Jensen. Ethel Hicken, Raymond, 86. SERVICE. FRATERNAL, BARBERSHOP CHORUS: Raymond Barbershop Chorus, 88. VOCAL QUARTETTE, any combination: Laura Watson, Deanna Pope heeds rest after influenza VATICAN CITY (AP> Pope Paul appears to have recovered from his second attack on influenza in a month, but Vatican sources say he still is weak, often in pain and needs a long rest. The sources say the 76-year- old Pope is being strongly ad- vised against resuming the full schedule of work and reading that, until a few weeks ago, ran from dawn until past midnight. The Vatican did not elaborate on the Pope's illness last week except to say it was a slight indisposition. The sources said it was a recurrence of the flu that hit him earlier in March. On Sunday, the Pope spoke from the open window of the study to the crowd in St. Pe- ter's Square. His voice was firm-and he appeared fit. But the Vatican sources said the two flu attacks have aggravated an old and painful disease afflicting the joints. The disease, which the sources did not identify, is said to be the reason.the pontiff, always frail, has for some years walked with a slight stoop and has needed help sitting down and standing up. One prelate said the pain is centred around the lumbar re- gion. STRENGTH AFFECTED The influenza and pains in his joints are said to have sapped the Pope's strength. There is talk that he may be advised to take mud treatments at a spa, most, likely on the island of Is- chia, off Naples. "If he doesn't one prelate said, "the pains will never go away, and soon the slightest of movements will be difficult." Some Vatican sources say doctors may even ask the Pope to delegate some of his functions to aides. The Pope's last serious illness was seven years ago when he underwent a prostate operation. Since then he has been bedridden only with what has, been as common colds and occasional influenza with fever. V. S. grocery- bill declines NEW YORK (AP) The family grocery bill in the United States declined slightly during March, the first such drop in five months, an Associated Press market- basket survey shows. More items went up in price than went down. But sales on meat and eggs cut the dollar value of the marketbasket in nine of 13 cities checked, with an average decrease of 2.2 per cent. 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