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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE UtHBRIDCl oblem. grows hlP Wv l 1 rehabilitated themselves. To explain the enor.nily Al- the problem of rehabilitating I Native Counscllin lias cmuUldtHl pt'1 MHTtu's native the j Mrs. Yellow Kcct point- population has epidemic on federal grant became available.. is those workshops very en- drag addiction. Yd-1 ti iruv I-Yot o t 4.n CoiwoHi.a Services n preventive services and rehab, group which is attempting to curl) its And the proMem is not solely an Indian problem she said, universal among people of all ancestries. "It is necessary to be aware IiuiM' 11 LI i. liRisiastic wilh what they learn-1 cd" and quickly wanted MIKL symphony o( every resource such as a grar.t ccivcd from Hie f available, re: eral Local litation programs help ctliers, said Mrs. Yellow- fort. The half dozen paid person- nel currently involved with the program "got their start at the Lethbridge Friendship Centre I through the programs offered there." She blamed the lack of turn- i The final concert of the l.cth- bridgc Symphony Association series will be held Monday in Centre Iroontiv "in Croat-! out to the workshops already j the Yate.s Memorial iw-ueiv'" in the pub-: held lo "society's image of an i starting at p.m. lie by educating society and I alcoholic a skid row bum or "One problem we encoun- i tcrcd was with one of our staff wlw "fell off" and got drunk. "Since the lime limit for the current program is short, he was replaced she said. The counsellors liave all taken leadership training at one or more recognized educa- tional institutions. During the first month of the I, I P-sponsorcd program, coun- sellors have: attended various Alcoholic Anonymous meetings at both tiie reserves and in Lethbridrei attended a two-day workshop in Cluny on alcohol and drug abuse and visited various other workshops. ex-convict. "Pride doesn't went (the average citizen) to be con nected with those so-called trainir" lay people to give the help in ibis iield tiiat is so much needed today." Most of the native drinking problem stems from "a lack or, creatures." she said, understanding ami knowledge j Most of the counsellors on of tiie alcohol ami drag prob- i staff a f people who previously km" she I had alcohol problems but have This concert will feature the Symphony Chorus singing them Songs of Ihe People. Featured gtiets at the concert AUCTION BARN SPECIAL IEFT OVER AUCTION SAIE nl 2508 2nd Avenua North Wednesday, April 26lh p.m. include the Foster Trio, playing I clarinet, cello and piano; the Francis Family playing tlirce instrumental numbers; and the Folk Song Chorus, directed by Lily Larter. Soloists include Michael and Colleen Arther Hunt and Walter Goerzen. The Sym- phony Chorus will do several groups of folk songs and will end the concert with a minia- ture comic opera. Rush tickets may be pur- chased at Ihe door prior to the performance. Seals .obfe over BE AN EARLY BIRD The Canadian Cancer Society wants to spread the word that early detection and prompt The Kiwanis Club of Green- acres Eastern Seal Campaign raised this year, sur- passing the objective. Gerry Prote, chairman of the campaign, said all Ihe money, except for raised in a con- cert by various bands in the city, was donated by citizens tlirough the. mail-in system used. The money will go toward as- sisting handicapped children in areas of service not covered by other insurance policies or oth- er agencies Probe said in treatment can save many lives recent years, the money has from cancer. Your local Unit of been used to get speech thei- -Phil Faulds Photo The Anne Campbell Singers mark. High marks spotlight music festival the Canadian Cancer Society can provide you with Informa- tion about the Seven Safeguards against cancer. apy and hearing aides for chib ciren. He expressed appreciation for the generosity shown. Dy .lUDI WALKER Herald Staff Writer A whopping mark of 92 fol- lowed closely by a mark of 91 and two 90s stole the spotlight in the third day's session of the ANNUAL SUPER SAVING Continues To Sat., May 6 REVELSTOKE FENCES ADD BEAUTY, PRIVACY AND VAIUE TO YOUR PROPERTY We can supply you with every- thing you'll need to build your fence at prices you'll likcl Shown here are only three of the dozens of popular designs you'll find ot RevelsfoVe, There's one 1o suit your home see 'Revy' loday! melnopl The Ranch Wall 41" High lineal Ft. 790 6'x8' Wood Garden Shed Built Not Painted .95 Lethbridge Kiwanis Music Fes- val. The high mark was awarded ate Monday afternoon to clar- nctist Peggy Foster and pi- nist Jeff Caiman in the Cham- er Music category. The two local musicians re- eivcd the mark for their per- ormance of Brahm's Sonata lo. 2. In awarding the score, ad- udicator Robert Williams de- scribed the young twosome's work as "very good." The mark was several points above the marks adjudicator Williams g a ve in previous sessions of this festival. Mr. Caiman, a consistently (op-s coring participant, re- ceived the only mark of 90 given prior to Monday's ses sion. Two groups led by Anne Campbell registered marks o 91 and 90. The Anne Campbell Singers! the Sunday School or ook the highest mark in the horus section with a socie of 1 for their performance of Brahms' "The. Gardener" in the 'eenage Girls' Chorus catego- ry. Following quickly on their jwn heels, the choir was awarded a 90 in the Folk Song lliorus section, a mark shared with Ihe Junior Ensemble, another choir under the direc- .ion of Anne. Campbell. Adjudicator Frederick Carter said the work of the two groups was "first class" and of a stan- dard "lo be congratulated." Earlier in the day, a younger choir led by Mrs. Campbel met some uncommon, but no' unwanted, '.ocal competition The 14-member iicKillop Teen Chancel Choir, under the direc lion of Henny Ilildebrand, former Anno Campbeller, wa edged by a narrow margin u Junior by the hurch Choir section Campbell group. High marks of 88 were given Lori Leister and Mar garel 'oster in the Woodwind En- emblfi section. Laurelie Nat- i-ess, of Milk River, in the Alto Saxophone A Lori Smith, of Hillspring in tho Girls' Folk Song Solo, and Kim Christenscn and Roger Hohm, of Magrath, for their duologues. The festival continues today through Saturday, followed on May 4 and 5 by the Concert of School and Junior Stars and the Stars of the Festival Con- cert. (Not April 28 and 29 as previously All sessions are open to the public. Tonight's sessions at the Yates Memorial Cenlre and Southminster Hall include solo and choir vocal work, and pi- ano, cello, and violin. 50' GARDEN HOSE A fully guaranteed W gar- den hosi; of durable green plastic and standard llze brass fillings Spring Sale Price 2.89 'SWING AND SPRAY' Model 6T sprinkles areas up lo 39'x65' (2500 iq, ft.) Fingertip controls. Non- corroding ccnslructia Spring Sale Price 4.89 AQUA GUN Deluxe model with auto- Irigger lock. Mado of rcon- corroding, chrome-plcterf zinc, brass and steel. Spring Sale Price SUPERB) .22 Rimfire long Rifle Shells Famaiji depend- abilHy and accuracy for maxi- mum impact and penefrolion. Box of 50 Carton of Cartridges. Special 9.38 Sidewalk Blocks Each All-Purposa 'Hi-Lift' JACK A srurdy, versatile mechani- cal jock, with few movable porls, oil fully exposed for easy maintenance. 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Sq. yd............................... FROM ARMSTRONG MILLS A QUALITY HIGHLY TEXTURED NYLON SCULPTURED CARPET Will do for any area in your home. Qi49 Revy Spring Special, sq. yd..................... JJ YATE5 MEMORIAL CENTRE BACH PIANO. 13 years and urvder: Pafly Tater; Peggy Jchn. '--i, Lellibridge. 1ACH PIANO, 17 years and under: curie Fumagalli, DalSevue; Roxannc LayeofX Lttnbridat. GIRLS' SOLO, 15 years: Rae John- sen, Le1h bridge; Gay Plcmp, Leth- GIRVS' SOLO. 16 years: Lo'I Smllh, lillspring; BarCara Peterson, Lem- FOLK SONG SOLO, 17 years nd under- Lori Smith, Hillsprmgr teledy Bchne, Fort BOYS' SOLO, 17 years and under: JUNIOR CHURCH CHOIR, Open, IS years and under: Junior Girli Choir; McKillop Teen Ciiancel Chsir TEENAGE GIRLS' CHORUS, 1? years and under: Anne Campbell S'FOLK SONG CHORUS, i? years and under: Junior Ensemble: Anne der: s-wanston and Louise Ccf- lell, Ldhbridge; Helen Fries en ar.d Horrr.a Nueteldr. Ccalda'e. SENJOR LIEDER, Henny Hlldabrand and Kalhleen Holl, Lelh- TRIO, Open: RrKel Hicken. Jsanmne Jensen. Laura Watson, _ 0 U A R T E TTER, Open: Louise Bridge, Dahl, Jeanne Hicken, Virginia Raymond; Deanne Hardy, Ethel Hieken, Jeaji- BARBERSHOP CHORUS, Open; Ray- PARAMOUNT THEATRE G1RIS' SCHOOL CHORUS, Grades 10-12; Wiruron Churchill High School- GIRLS' CHORUS, Grades 46: As- sumfifion School; Gilbert P a t c r i o n CLASSROOfA MUSIC, Grades 3-6: Agnes Davidson, Grade SF; Agnes Da- vldsci Grade 4C. CHORUS, Grades 1015: W. R. Senior Hltth School Ch> c'lRLS' SCHOOL CHORUS, Grades: 7-9' Happy V-'Anderera, R. L Baker; Gratis Seven Chorus, R. I. Baler tied Grade Flcjtit Chorus, R. I. Baker, SCHOOL CHORUS, Grades Hap R. I. i JUNIOR CHORAL GROUP: Wilson Junicr High; Happy Wanderers Cr.o- SCHOOl. CHORUS, Grade 1: SI. Mary's; AssumpHcn Schcof. SCHOOL Grade 3: S1 'SCHOOL CHORUSES, Mixed Gradii and 3: SI. Gary's. ELEWIINTARY FOLK SONGS, Gradw i-i: Atjnes Oavidscn Agnes Davidscn dG. SrHOOL CHORUSES, Mixed Grartes and 2: General BOYS' CHORUS, G r A d e 1 Assumption Schccl; Palerion, SOUTHMIKSTER TROW.BONE C: jralh; Kirn Magralti, TROA'.CiONF 0: Donald Jefiers, Rivc-r; To'.i Carter. Wagralh. WOOD V.' I II D ELNSEMBLES (2 A PLAYERS) 18 years and under: Lrrl _elster and AAargartt Fcsler, Lc1h- Raymond High School Wood- ALTO SAXOPHONE C: Gordon Mohm, Spring Couleer Sharon Smilh. Vauxhall. AL1O SAXOPHONE E: Ltxraina Daw, Lelhbridge.. AITO SAXOPHONE A: Laurelie Hatlres.5, Milk River. TENOR SAXOPHONE E: Srran Du- Oowa rd, 1h, CLARINET E; Uarcey Plllman, 313T13 PMf- UASS CLARINET A: lan, Waj-ner. SCHOOL RECORDER CHORUS GRADES 4-6: John Davidson Schccl Coaldale. BUCHANAN CHAPEL ELECTRONIC ORGAN, 6 years and inder: Linda Lelhbridne; Ren ild Zleber, Lethbrldge, ELECTRONIC ORGAH, 10 years and under: Yvonne DeHeer, Leth- brJdge. F-LECTRONIC ORGAN. 15 Years and ijndtr: Marianne DeHeer, Lcth- bridge. SOUTHMINSTER HALL TRUMPET B: Judy Hillmer, Wa gralh. TRUMPET D; Teddf Haynes, gfslli. T R I E: Tclh, Leln- ridge and Wayne Teles, Lelhlxidgs. BARITONE A: Joanne Colleaux, Ta> cilA.'.'iDFR MUSIC, 14 years and vn- Detcia Andersen and Lavernt liichrisl, Lelhtficlce. CHAMBER MUSIC, special begin. ..rrs class: Richard Graham ar.d Wayne Teles, Lelhtxldge; P, Waifs, K. Cunninp-ham, B. KitagucHf, J. Ohno. Ldh bridge. [14 and COMPETI- TION CLASSES IN WOODWIND AND BRASS NJ WOODWIND: i Milk River; Diana Pnfrnan, 'arner. H5 brass; Andrew Bryant. ST, AUGUSTINE'S HALL DRAMATIC POETRY, 7 yean and under: Gerald Hartley, Cardston; Cheryl Gohne, Raymond, Tammy Gibb, Raymond, Kalhy Mafkfn, Leffi- bridge 1ipJ. LYRIC POFTRY, 13 years and un- der: Lori Hinman, Cards-ton; Dam Galbraith, Raymond, Maria Snow, Raymond SHAKESPEARE SOLO, 18 years arxl undar: Gloria Kamitomo, Raymond; i Lee Montgomery, Lelhbridge lied with Shirley Johnson, Magrath. DUOLOGUES. 18 years and under: Kim Christen sen and Roger Hchni, Magrath, Spring Coulee; Tcm Carter and Gordon Hohrn, Magrath, Spring Cou1cn DUOLOGUES, Open: We Fad- den and Kirk Jensen, Lelhbridge. ORATORY, Torn Carter,