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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta April 197J till ItTHBRIDCl HERALD 3 Cardston Rotary Club helps young musicians By CATIIKItlNK HULL Herald News Service CAIUXSTON The Grand Concert, featuring top perform- ers ot the festival, was staged here recently. More than in cash and scholarships; 16 permanent tro- phies; and three revolving tro- phies were presented. For receiving the most certi- ficates, eight-year-old Tamara Tagg received Lindzi Spackman received second pmc and Jack Thomas third. The Rotary Club Workshop Scholarship of was won by Bctte Bcswick. Teresa Titcher received a award for liehig the best ju- nior accompanist. This was the eighth year for the Cardston festival. Again H was sponsored by the Cardston Ilotary Ur. Robert Russell was chair- man and Mrs. Winnifred Thom- as the secretary. WINS SCHOLARSHIP Belte Beswick of Cordston receives the Rotary Club Workshop Scholarship of 5100 from music festival chairman Dr. Robert Russell Hull Photos. P .V TERESA PITCHER TAMATfA TAGG James Price re-elected COWLEY Cow- ley Savings and Credit Union held its annual meeting recent- ly in the Cowlev Community Hall. James Vrice, president and tecrclary-trcasiircr F. Arthur Tuslian were on hand to pre- sent the balance sheet for the year ending Dec. 31, 1071. Reports show fine progress nnd a sound financial situation for the Cowley group. Earnings from loans make a dividend ot six per cent pos- at a minimum. The membe ship hns now risen to 16-1. James Price was returned president and director. Oilier directors are F. C. M: loff, R. Bougerolle, A. M. Poi sen and newly-elected VY. ryk. The credit committee con prises James McKay, H. f Haugen and newly-elected A nold Tollefson. The supervisory committee composed of Mrs. R. Y. Burle G. M. Hackler and C. i Weekes. OPEN SATURDAY I DON'T BATTLE WITH YOUR The BLOCK Army ii well tfoin- ed to da battle for you] After a private discusilon wilh you, generally save more enough on your lax fo pay our low charge. Don't light itl Seo BLOCKI It's a good pfaco to placo your confidence. Wo guaranlea accurate preparation of every tax return. If we make any errors that eott you any penalty or In- I leresl, we will pay only Ihat penally or interest. liniin'i Larseil Tax Scnke Wilh Oter 6000 Offices in North Jmerfci: 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-S Saturday Phone 327-3712 ,NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY. POT-LUCK By D'ARCY RICKARD One more name should liavc added to those chosen to attend the provincial festival at Calgary. Doug Carlson wiil ulay his saxaptionc tlie band instruments section. A cheque ot was present- i to each of the following: PIANO CLASSES promising 8urt. pianist, iheKev BAND CLASSES Wost promising Cahoon. Music lamMp In band and boy planlit, Curfii I PIA Lofna Merrill. Scnirx perforr Musical Tim; Trophy: Spacfc" SPEECH REVOLVING a K> n Robert Linda Lee Thomas MusklBnihlp for excellence In piano and vocal, Terese Pikhrr, VOCAL CLASSES Mcsl promising girl, 13 yean and under. Lisa Moil promising