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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAf.D Saturday, April 7, 1973 MUSIC FESTIVAL RESULTS The following are the Leth- bridge and District Kiwanis Music Festival results for all classes which took place Fri- day, plus delayed results from Thursday evening. Please note: it is the adjudicators' policy not to award a first-place cer- tificate in any category where the top mark is less than 80. THURSDAY: DRAMATIC POETRY 17 yrs. under 1 Sherl Wc- Fadden, 89; 2. Kim Christensen, 86; Martin Kincheloe, 84. SOLO SCENES II yrs. and under 1. Sharl Hohm, 88; 2 Shirley Johnson, 87, Torn Car- ter, 87. Open I. Sherl McFadden, TO. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridga PIANO SOLO 19 yrs. and under 1. Irene Klas sen, 69. PIANO SOLO 10 yrs. and under 1. Glnl Decoux, 87 Sonatina 2. Gin] Decoux, 84. FRIDAY: CONCERT BAND Grade I 1. W. R. Myert Jr. High, 83; 2. Wilson Jr. High, 82. CONCERT GROUP Senior brass, woodwind 1. Belle Lee Beswick, 84. ACTION SONGS Kindergarten 1. Dick and Jane Kindergarten A, 84; 2. Dick and Jane Kindergarten B, 83. Grade 1 1. St. Paul's, 89. Grade 2 or 3 1. Fleetwood-Baw- den, 92. GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL Grates 10, 11, 12 i. Anita Sie- mens, Kate Andrews, 84. LYRIC POETRY 7 yrs. and under 1. Sandy Kra mer, 87; 2. Vick! Potuzak, 86; 2. Elizabeth Meurs, 86. 9 yrs. and under 1. Brenda loshl, 88; Liana Harper, 87; 2. Lori Mar. quardson, 87 13 yrs. and under 1. Five-year- old Mar Nai Low, 88; 2. Renita JurOS- zek, 87; 2. Brian Helnrich, 87. SOLO SCENES 15 yrs. and under 1. Lori Hln- man, 87; 2. Carolyn Rlrie, 86. BACH PIANO yrs. and under 1. Sharl Lyn Fong, 85; 2 Jan Carlson, 84; 2. An- Pllll IPC "T'1e Who Take Time to Build the r fllLlr J Best" Bring you the finest in Stereo Compon- ents now pvoilable at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 r CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONITE SATURDAY "COUNTRY BLUES" Members and their guests only! 4 4 4 4 MANAGER "SUCCESS THRU FRANK TINORDI Phone 328-2356 1240 3rd Ave, S. SERVICE" NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE STU SHORTT JAKE TAMS 328-6522 MARLENE PAUL 328-1459 BILL UZARUK 328-7402 VYARREW LYCKMAN 327-1472 JOHN PIETRAMAIA 328-2573 PEGGY ROEIOFS 327-5892 TIM GRISAK 323-2266 JIM CICON NOT BAXNAtY 327-6683 IES MARTIN 328-2464 SINAR STOKKE 328-4352 BRENDA DAWIEY 3284309 LAWRENCE SMITH 328-7970 BLOCK BROS. Open 9 to 9 Guaranteed home Canada Service Complete financing Interest N.H.S. Realtor 328-2356 NS.S-MI.S. drew Seltz, W; 2. Jennifer Homlnuke, W PIANO SOLO 7 yrs. and under 1. Joanne Price, M; 2. Msgan Nowlln, 85; 2. Edward Collln, 85. 11 yrs. and under 1. Karen Vare, 90; 2. Joan Radford, 67. PIANO DUET 10 yrs. and under 1. Diane Col- will and Kelly Peterson, 85; 2. Carol Medoruma and Linda YurkowskI, 84. GlkLS' SCHOOL VOCAL Grade 4 1. Cynthia Slebert, J. Davidson, 88; 2. Sandra McFarlane, Westminster, 87; 2. Sandra Oler, Agnes Davidson, 87; 2. Jill Carlson, Lake- view, 87. ALTO SAXOPHON B J. Gordon Hohm, 76. TUBA E 1. Keena Humphries, 64. TROMBONE E 2. Sharl Hohm, 79. TROMBONE A 2. Tom Carter, 76. BASSOON C 1. Carolyn Keeler, 82. SNARE DRUM E 2. Dean Conners, 75. SONATINA 15 yrs. and under 1. Peggy John- son, 81; 2. Pattl Tomlta, 80. 13 yrs. under Tony Fuma- galll, 86; 2. Karen Dobek, 85. CONCERT GROUP yrs. and under 1. Sharon Sam, 86; 2 Carla Dawn Young, NATIONAL ANTHEM CLASS O Canada 1. Carolyn Drewry, 85. SHAKESPEARE SOLO 12 yrs. and under 1. Cheryl Misak, 84. DRAMATIC POETRY 11 yrs. and under 1. Gary Kami, tomo, 88; 2. Donald GIbb, 87; 2. Shauna Nalder, 87. SOLO SCENES 1Z yrs. and under i. Joanne Rlrie, X8; 2 Susanna Konrad, 87. DRAMATIC POETRY 13 yrs. and under 1. Sylvia Oishl, 89; 2. Dawn Davies, 88 15 yrs. and under 1. Sally Cooper, 87; 2. Mary Ellen Goslin, 86. COMMUNITY MUSIC Senior citizens 1 Golden Mile Singers, 82, 84, 2. Foremost Gramps and Grannies, 81, 80 GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO 14 yrs. 1. Pegqy Johnson, 84; Mary Elleh Goslin, 83. 12 to 14 yrs. 1. Leonard, 84; 2. Mary Fisher, 83. BOYS' VOCAL SOLO 12 to 14 yrs. l Mark Johnson, GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO 10 yrs. 1. Twyla Rosvold, 85; 2. Judith Anderson, 84; 2. Suzanne Beauchesne, 84. 13 yrs. 1. Neana Meeks, 84; 1 Vans Leonard, 83 FLUTE D 1. Betty Leister, 89. FLUTE C ta) 1. Karen Cahoon, 82. FLUTE C (b) 1. Susis Foster, 85. RARITONE C 1. Darren Fantin, 82. FRENCH HORN C 1. Christopher Holiday Inn 700 8th Avenue S.W. CALGARY EASTER WEEKEND FAMILY PACKAGE APRIL 20 21 Twin Double Needham, 85. CLARINET E 1. Dick Stephure, 84 CLARINET D 1. Marcy Plltman 82. CLARINET C 1. Brian Thorlaclu: 89; 2. Kathy Cannon, 80. CLARINET B 1. Virginia Watson CLARINET A 1. Lori Lelsfar, 85. TRUMPET E Randy Vanee, 80. TRUMPET A l. Robert Foster, 82, CONCERT R CITAL Senior brass, woodwind 1. Ma Baret Foster, 94. SUNDAY SCHOOL or JUNIOR CHURCH CHOIR 1? yrs. and under 1. Southmln ster Junior Girls' Choir, 85, 90; 2 McKillop Teen Chancel Choir, 86, 86. JUNIOR VOCAL ENSEMBLE 1? yrs. and under 1. Junior En semble, Anne Campbell, 87, 87. SENIOR VOCAL ENSEMBLE Unconducted 1. Teen Clefs, 88 87. CHORAL SOCIETIES 19 yrs. and under 1. Teen Clefs 90, 87. VOCAL CONCERT RECITAL 1< yrs. and under _ 1. carla Daw Young, 87, 86, 85. LIGHT OPERA SOLO Open 1. Wendy Burrows, M. LIEDER 16 hrs. and under 1. Raa John ston and Carolyn Drewry, 86. Open 1. Patricia Hrynkiw, 84. Special 1. Marcia Swanston, 84. ACCORDION FREE BASS Open 1. Margaret Horvarh, 90 88. ACCORDION DUET yrs. and under 1. Julie Zanonl and Folker Stanke, 87. ACCORDTION STRADELLA 17 yrs. and under 1. Gall Prueg, ger, 89; 2. Carolyn Malkas, 84. Open 1. Margaret Horvath, 91, Opera company in the red TORONTO (CP) The Can- adian Opera Comapny (COC) may find it difficult to cele- brate its 25th anniversary sea- son this year because it is faced with an accumulated debt of The company's annual report showed an operating 1972 de- ficit Of The COC said it will ask busi- nesses to donate to- wards its general fund-raising campaign as well as to toward the cost of its new production of Heloise and Abelard. Herman Gelger-Torel, COC general director, blamed grow- ing deficits on increased labor costs and Canada Council bud- get freezes. "LIFE IS TO LIVE" 12 FILMS ON MENTAL HEALTH PRESENTED ON CHANNEL 2 CABLEVISION ALL FILMS SHOWN AT and p.m. Mon., April 9-----'THE CROWDED YEARS, PART II" Tues., April 10 "THE SCHOOL AGE CHILD" Sponsored by your Mental Health Association of Southern Alberta Rememberl May lst-6th ts Mental Health Week GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE SATURDAY, APRIL 7 8.30 p.m. Music by FRANKLY BROTHERS MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 57 NOS. in 58 NOS- in 59 NOS. If no binge called after 59 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 51 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY TONITE "4 HITS AND A MISS" TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY SPORT: Stanley Cup Play-Offs, p.m., Ch. 7. The third game of the East Division semi-final between Montreal Canadians and the Sabres at Buffalo. The Canadiens are leading, two games to none. COMEDY: Bridget Loves Bcrnle, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Bernie's aunt just won't be convinced that Bridget and her parents are Jewish. DRAMA: Police Surgeon, p.m., Ch. 13. A tale about a terrorist bomber who has the police baffled. MOVIE DRAMA: "Honor Thy 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A true story of life inside the Mafia. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Secret War of Harry 9 p.m., Ch. 13. A story in which World War H is played strictly for laughs and stairs Paul Newman. A repeat. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The 12 midnigbt, Ch. 7. The first of Dean Martin's four Matt Helm films. MOVIE DRAMA: 1 a.m., Ch. 13. A suspense story about a security teak during the 1962 Cuban missile crisis. SUNDAY RELIGION: World Conference, a.m., Ch. 7. The 143rd annual conference of the Mormon Church from Salt Lake City. SPORT: Stanley Cup Play-Offs, 1 Ch. 9. The start of Stanley Cup network coverage begins with Sunday after- noon telecasts. SPORT: Golf, p.m., 7. Closing play in the Mas- ters tournament from Augusta, Ga. REPORT: The Challenging Sea, 4 p.m., Ch. 13. Housing developments under the sea as a solution to the shortage are examined. SPORT: Stanley Cup Play-Offs, 5 p.m., Ch. '7. The fourth game in the East Division semi-final from Buffalo. MOVIE FANTASY: "The Wizard of p.m., Ch. 9. This is TV's 15th jiumey down the Yellow Brick Road the film that made Judy Garland a star. ADVENTURE: The Protectors, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. The con- fused identity of a man named Bennett poses a problem for the Protectors and foreign agents. FAMILY: World of Disney, p.m., Ch. 7. The story of young otter. A repeat. SPECIAL: "Winged p.m., Ch. 13. A Na- tional Geographic documentary which studies the sounds and habits of the world's birds. ADVENTURE: The Beachcombers, p.m., Ch. 7. Fun and games at the annual sea cavalcade. COMEDY: A Touch of Grace, p.m., Ch. 13. A minor accident on a bus is escalated into a huge lawsuit. INQUIRY: CTV Special, 10 p.m.,