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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta >eturaayt Ann Landers DEAB ANN LANDERS: The comment from Dr. Fry who said laughter is essen- tial to mental health remind- ed roe that it's time I wrote to Ann Landers to share something in return for the many boms mots I have read in her column. Some years ago I married the man of my dreams. We met as teachers 5n Sunday school aind dated for two years. Soon after marriage I discovered he was an incur- able skirt-chaser and a reli- gious fanatic. I consulted a long-time fam- ily physician who suggested that I get legal and psycholo- gical help, which I did at once. The therapist asked me to repeat the details of my husband's escapac'es which had hurt me deeply As I re- counted incident after inci- dent he pointed out some ra- ther amusing aspects of my husband's philandering. The ducking around corners and the manner in which I caught him several times had a Mack Sennett comedv quality noth- ing short of hilarious. I suddenly realized that I DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am not married. I have a sweetheart. He has had a wife for 28 years (I hesitate to call it a His chil- dren will soon be teenageis. For some reason this wonder- ful person has found every- thing he needs in me My lover is honorable, so honorable that he to'd me from the beginning that he will never divorce his wife. His a hard worker, a fine provider and a devoted father to his four children. I work to support my own three daughters and would never ask him for anything, so you see I am not a "kept woman." I am grateful for the new meaning this man has brought to my life and that is enough for me. He fills my emotion- al needs and I do the same for him. I would be content to go on this way for the rest of ray life but my best friend KERBER FLOORS I Wall to wall broadloom I Linoleum and vinyl sheet goods and tiles 1251-2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-0023 had been to distraught to see the humor in anything. Fin- ally the counsellor said, "Look for the funny side. It's there no matter how grim the problem may seem at the moment. No one can survive without a sense of humor." When I returned to my physician for a checkup he announced, "I'm not concern- ed about you anymore. You'll make it now You can laugh when you talk about the agony of the past. This is the measure of good mental health." So please, Ann Landers, prescribe laughter for the crushed spirit and the heavy heart. It worked for me and I'm sure it can work for others. Through DEAR SMILING: I have prescribed it and I shall con- tinue to do so. Humor is a superb leveling agent. It de- flates the pomrxrjs, disarms the angry, and it can place a dangerously over-blown situ- ation into proper perspective. Laughter is the universal lan- guage understood by people everywhere. I love it! says I am foolish to settle for this arrangement. What do you say, Ann Landers? In Tulsa DEAR TULSA- I say the 5s dynamite and the explosion will come (a) his wife finds out about you, or (b) his children catch on, or (c) the bloom is off the romance and he meets someone who excites him as you did when your love was new, or (d) you get fed up with living in the shadows, or (e) you look in the mirror and notice that the crow's feet are beginning to look like elephant tracks. Sudden- ly you will realize you've thrown away too many years. Confidential to Save Me: I can't You must save your- self Start by getting back hi school at once. Without that diploma you're a gone gos- ling. Write to me again in three months and let me know how you're doing. GRADED FOCOS Food grades apply to butter, cheddar cheese, skim milk pow- der, meat, poultry, eggs, fresh and processed fruits and vegeta- bles, honey and maple syrup. HAIR-FLAIR Beauty Salon 503 7th St. S. PHONE 32W) 197 Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Utltbridge Herald All weading reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on i spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every consideration- Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available ot The REPORT ONIY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would be additional to thai provided on The Herald's stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged ot 20c per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Lethbridge Herald Music festival competitors receive awards at banquet Numerous awards, scholar- ships and trophies were pre- sented at last evenings' annual dinner of the Lethbridge and District Kiwanis Music Festi- val. The following is a list of those competitors who were honored in their classes, and those who have been recommended for the provincial finals. The provincial music festival is scheduled for May and will bs held in Banff. JANET McLEOD MEMORIAL KIWANIS SCHOLARSHIP most promising musically Laurie Fuma- qalli, Bellevue LETHBRIDGE MUSIC CLUB (CATHERINE BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP, S100, senior music student Ed Gnatidt, Lethbridge. HERMAN J. SCOTT MEMORIAL AWARD, senior vocal competitor Burrows LETHBRIDGE MUSIC THEATRE SENIOR AWARD, Melody Bonne, Fort Macleod LETHBRIDGE HERALD BAND AWARD, band competition classes LCI Green Band, J. Pokarney, Leth bridge SMITH AWARD, donated by Downtown Kiwanis Club in honnr of Marion and Seyward Smith Karen Pozzi, Bellevue. LETHBRIDGE REGISTER- ED MUSIC TEACHERS' ASSOCIA- ION SCHOLARSHIP, promising competitor in piano, vocal, strings or organ classes Perry Foster, Leth- SW. T HILL MEMORIAL AWARD senior church choir McKillop United Church Choir, H. Van Egteren, conductor. _ MARTIN BROTHERS AWARD, junior choral 19 yrs. anJ under Clefs, Anne Campbell. LADIES' OF KIWANIS AWARD, awarded at the discretion of ad- judicator Margaret Foster, Leth- br'd9LADIES' OF KIWANIS AWARD, junior choral IS yrs. and under Junior Ensemble of the Anne Camp- ROTARY CLUB SCHOLARSHIP, young vocalist class Marcia Swanston, Lethbridcie ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL AWARD Andrew Stlllwell, brW9LETHBRIDGE MUSIC THEA- TRE JUNIOR AWARD, Gay Plomo, Lethbridge. EFFIE RE I D LANGMEAD AWARD, S50, boys unchanged open vocal _ Mark Johnson, Lethbridge. BAILEY'S KEYBOARD AWARD, S50 junior piano classes Karen Vare Blairmore CJOC SCHOLARSHIP, Dlano solo classes Irene Klassen, Letn- faridoe HEINTZ.WAN AND COMPANY LTD SCHOLARSHIP, junior Bach classes Judy Melnvk Lethbridge. BARBARA THRALL AWARD. senior Bach classes Bertha 'Kopp, Coaldale J. T. VALLANCE MEMORIAL AWARD, sonata classes Bonnie Jean Brown, Lethbridqe MAX E MOSCOVICH SCHOLAR- SHIP violin classes it yrs or over Valeria Horvath, Lethbridce. LEISTER'S WIND INSTRUMENT SCHOLARSHIP, S50, woodwind class- es, Bettv Leister, Lethbridge SYMPHONY WOMEN'S LEAGUE AWARD, brass instrument classes Lethbrldae, SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAP- TER, (ODE, oromlsino cornoefi- tor In verse sneaking classes Sherl Lethbridge. BETA SIGMA PHI HONOR AWARDS eight awarded In any of the music sections Joan Radford, Blairmore, Wayman Mah, Bellwue; Valerie OToole, Lethbrdge; Jodi-Ann Heidebrecht, Lethbridoe; Brian Thor- latius, Lethbridoe: Brien Thlessen, Lethbridge; Mark Nelson Bohumlr Fialo, Lethbridoe. WILLIAM FAIRRAIRN MEMOR- IAL AWARD, 425, folk song classes- Lisa MINERS' L I B R A'R Y CLUB AWARD. boys' open vocal class- es Michael Nowlin Lethbridae. MINERS' LIBRARY CLUB AWARD, oirls open vocal classes RoSvnM, I Pthl-rMge. MARGARET PARISEL SONA- TINA AWARD <25, sonatina BonnV Park. Colemsn. GORDON WATK1MSON MEMOR- IAL AWARD S2S, piano duet classes Dawn Yonna, Lethbridge; Val Ericksf-n. Lethbridqe. I FTHRRIDRP SYMPHONY AS- SOCIATION AWARD, SZ1: strino In- strument class Nancy Foster, Leth- brides. MARY BIGEI OW AWARD. p'riv school solo Susanne j Duell. Ravmond; Lerretta Bailey, Wil- son Jr High BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL AWARD, Marlm Howo, Lethbridae KINETTE "CLUB OF LETH- BRIDGE "UNIOR SPEECH ARTS AWARD 12 yrs. and under Sylvia OKhi, Stirling. KINETTE CLUB SENIOR SPEECH ARTS AWARD, 13 vrs. and over Shari Hohm, Spring Cou- lee. PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COL- LEGE AWARD. outstanding com- petitor in accordion classes Mar- garet Horvath Lethbridge. BERTI'S SCHOOL OF ACCOR- DION AWARD. outstanding com- petitor in accordion classes 12 yrs and under Donald Jarvie. Lethbridac HORACE BARRETT MEM- ORIAL TROPHY Burrows, Lethbridae. BANFF SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS BURSARY, tuition in any mu'ic course at summer school Ed Gnandt, Lethbridge LAVTON MEMORIAL CHAL- LENGE SHIELD Clefs Mrs Anne Campbell, Lethbridge SHERPY BILTON MEMORIAL TROPHY, most promising pianist 15 vrs and under Laurie Fumagalli, Bellevue MRS FRED JACKSON MEM- ORIAL CHALLENGE SHIELD Ju- nior Ensemble of the Anne Campbell Singers. ANNIE B CULL TROPHY Melodv Bonne, Fort Macleod STAN A. MCDONALD MEMORI- AL TROPHY Gay Plomp, Leth- bridae "EFFIE REID LANGMEAD MEMORIAL TROPHY Mark John- son Lethbridge DONALDON TROPHY Shared by Marlin Howg, Wilson Junior High and Scott Maxwell, Lakeview, Leth- bridge LEPKO ACCORDION TROPHY- Margaref Horvath, Lethbridge. CJOC TROPHY, service club, fra- ternal barbershop chorus Raymond Barbershop Chorus, Mrs. Laura Wat- son. FLORENCE ANN MacKENZIE TROPHY, primary grade Fleetwood-Bawdsn School, Mrs. Pat Martin ORDER OF FORESTERS TROPHY, highest mark in woodwind and brass classes Betty Leister; brass runner up, Christooher Needham; reed runner up, Brian Thor- lacius. BRYMNER SHIELD division 2 school chorus class 510 Raymond elementary, Mrs V Redd. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL CUP, folk song choruses Elkford Ele- mentary, B C H f. WIens. ATA JANET McLEOD MEMOR- IAL SHIELD, city school chorus class- es Wilson Junior High, Mrs B Walker REBECCA TOBIN TROPHY city or rural single grade chorus Wilson Junior Hioh, Mrs. B Walker R A. WRIGHT CHALLENGE TROPHY, school choral division 2 and 3 Wilson Junior High, Mrs. B. Walk- er BOWMAN SHIELD, choral soeech classes Wilson Junior High, J. H. Hamilton MARGARET ZAUGG TROPHY, outstanding student in speech classes Gloria Kamitorno. LEONA PATERSON TROPHY contemporary Alberta Palmer, Raymond. Recommendation! (a Provincial Festival: P. 1 Lethbridge Collegiate Insti- tute Green Band, J. Pokarney. P 7 Teen Clefs, Mrs Anne Camp- bell. P 8 Junior Ensemble of the Anne Campbell Singers. p. y Anne Cempbell Singers P 10 Soufhmlnster Junior Girls' Choir, Mrs. Anne Campbell. P 11 WenrJy Burrows, Leth- bridge, senior vocal. P. 12 Gay Plomp Lethbridge, ju- nior vocal. P 14 Ed Gnandt, se- nior piano. P 15 Laurie Fumagalli, Bellevue, junior piano. P 18 Perry Foster, Lethbridge, cello. P 22 Margaret Foster Leth- bridge woodwind. P 24 Gloria Kamitorno, Raymond, senior speech. P. 25 Sherl McFadden Lethbridge, Junior speech P. 26 Wendy Burrows, Lethbridge, senior musical theatre. p. 27 Gay Plomp, Lethbridge, ju- nior musical theatre P. 30 Margaret Horvath, Leth- bridge, senior accordion P 31 Brien Thlessen Lethbridge, junior accordion. P 32 Mark Nelson, Lethbridge, senior classical auitar The winner of the classes in which Wendy Burrows, Ed Gnandt, Perry Foster a-d Maraaret Foster are cen- tered, will compete as orovmcial reo- resentatives in the National Competi- tive Festival of Music to be neld In Toronto, Seot 2nd and 3rd Recommendations for national troohies: City of Lincoln adult choral Teen Clefs George S. Mathieson, Junior choral Campbell Singers. Margaret Murray vlans book on sex LILLOOET. B.C. (CP) Af- ter 61 years of newspapering, Margaret L. (Ma) Murray has sold her Bridge River-Lillooet News and says she now plans to write a book on sex. Mrs. Murray, 87, whose week- ly newspaper was peppered with spicy expletives, made the announcement in a letter to Vancouver Province column- ist Himie Kosbevoy, a longtime friend. She said she sold the news to printer Jeff den Biesen, who had worked with, her for sev- sral years. Mrs. Murray add- ed that she'll continue writing a column on events in this in- terior British Columbia com- munity for awhile. "This is the end of the string twt I am not writing '30' she said in the letter. "There could be a little good still left in the old mare and it won't be any good to me if I don't give or spread." Mrs. Murray arrived in Van- couver in 1912 from her na- tive Kansas. She and her late husband George launched a total of 12 weekly newspapers during the following 50 years in the B.C. interior, several of which are still publishing. "I was always the luckiest person in God's world and Believe the luck will hold." she sasd in the letter, published in Friday's Province. "I will be able to keep out of other peo- 3le's way, and if the sap will How. maybe I can still fill a column or two." Mrs. Murray says she plans to write a book on sex as she sees it, but it won't deal with her own experiences, which "would not be liable to be read at aH." She said she plans to continue living in Lillooet in her "old ramshackle asd former bawdy house of boom days." Financial details of the sale of her newspaper were not re- leased. greeting him at the door every eve- ning. Honor preserved PORTO ALE ORE, Brazil (AP) A farmworker chal- lenged his daughter's boy-friend to a gun duel because he wouldn't marry her after father- ing her son, the AJB news agency said. Determined to "clean up the honor of mjv fam- he shot his hoped-for son- in-law to death and was criti- cally wounded in the duel. Volunteers needed by mental health There is an urgent need for volunteers to help carry out Canadian Mental Health Asso- ciation programs in Lethbridge anu surrounding districts. The community outreach project needs drivers on a once-a-week basis; also people can help out for an after- noon a week in activity pro- grams which provide friendship and recreation to isolated or lonely men and women. Volunteers are also needed for the lifeline program; to pro- vide warm, loving companion- ship on a one-to-one basis for newly released ients. hospital pa- The CMHA Southern Region fund-raising campaign is now being organized, and the first week in May, leaflets will be mailed out to help raise This money is needed to con- tinue such valuable operations as the 24-hour answering ser- vice for people in trouble, re- habilitation, after-care and so- cial programs, foster home and education. Information for those Inter- ested in helping, and for those in need of assistance from CAIHA, is available at 327-0ITO. COMPLETELY REBUILT AUTOMATIC WASHERS DRYERS AS WELL AS SPIN WASHERS 90 DAY GUARANTEE Fairfield Appliance Services Ltd. 1244 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-6884 We will also buy any RCA, Inglis or Whirlpool automatic washers or gas dryers in need of repair for rebuilding. Southminster Church Senior Choir Presents HANDEL'S MESSIAH PALM SUNDAY APRIL 15-3 P.M. In the Church Sanctuary WILFRED WOOLHOU5E Soloists Kauleen Kaufman, Walter Goerzen, Mary Thompson, Arthur Hunt Director-Wilfred Weolhouse Choir augmented by some people from First Baptist Church. MODERN FASHIONS 618 3rd AVE. S. JUST WEST OF CANADA TRUST GRAND OPENING Drop into our new store and enter your name in the free draw contest, NO PURCHASE NECESSARY F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. S Cards for 1.00 or 25? Each Three 7 Number Garnet JACKPOT Free Games one free Cards DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Children under 16 not allowed CASH BINGO TONIGHT, SATURDAY-7-.30 O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A Si 00 Blackout Bingo ployed for till wen every Saturday plus Jackpots JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for or 25c each {located No. 1 Flrchain LOSE INCHES IN NINETY RELAXING MINUTES THE NEW, EASY WAY Figure Trim Guarantee Yovlt lose 2 overall on your first visit, and S inches by your fifth or yovr money will refunded in full. NO CONTRACTS TO SIGN PRICE OPENING SPECIAL FIGURE TRIM WESTMINSTER SHOPPING CENTRE 425 13th ST. N. PHONE 328-9886 1 FREE DRAW for Gin certificate towards purchase any full length summer coat FREE DRAWS for Girt certificate towards purchase of any coat in store 3 FREE DRAWS for Gift certificate toward purchase of any dress in store 4 FREE DRAWS for Gift certificate any item In store GIFT CERTIFICATES NOT ELIGIBLE FOR SALE MERCHANDISE BUCKSKIN LEATHER JACKETS CABRETTA LEATHER COATS CABRETTA FULL LENGTH LEATHER COATS MERCHANDISE NOT SALE Vs cold, blue. brown, tan, wine. Sizes M-16 Siies 7-20. Novy, blue, green, grey, off white, yellow, wine, Vs Vs, 8-18. Novy, wine, ton. white, Hue, grey, ore-en, mowe Reg. to Reg. to ONE WEEK ONLY 10% off ;