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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ENJOY A LAS VEGAS 3 Days 2 Niphli Addilionol Dayi Avaitablo Airfare and Ac com mod oH on for Information ancl CONTACT ART WIUIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIUAGE MAU PKONS 37B-3701 Kiwanis festival continues tonight lly MAIILKNK COOKSLIAW Herald Kliifl Writer The standing high mark of 12 was awarccl Friday Inr Uic third time in the 197? Kiwanis Music Fcslivnl, Ihis Lime lo Hie Tour Singers under Uic direc- tion oT Anne Campbell in Iho Clioral Societies division. The singers also received a mark of 90 from adjudicator Frederick Carter (or their scc- rmtl sonfi iu Uie same division. PianisL Kathleen Holl re- ceived a Tor her work in the 20th Ccnlury open class. Adju- dicaLor Delores Kealiey de- scribed il os "a shimmering performance." Tlie next high mark of the day went lo Margaret Horvalh o( Lctlibridfie for her work in the accordion free liass, 1C years and nsulcr class. Miss Itorvath received an 00 for her performance. ST AUGUSTINE'S HALL BOYS' FOLK SONG SOLO, II years and unJer: Cr.llg Bacet'a, GPra'cl Simwis. Lethtridcie BOYS' FOLK SONG SOLO, II nnd under: Mark David Johnson, LeutbYS''vOCAL SOLO. W7 Arlhur Llvintislons. Lclhtriilse: ,3 Carolyn Sibling; Lori V.'ealh- U "omLS' FOLK SONG SOLO. 14 vwrs .nrj under: Laurel H.vlley, Cjrdslcn; Carolvn Drev.fY. BOYS' VOCAL SOLO. 17 Vjors Ind under, charged volc.s- RoMrl KM Rnvmond; InornAS Carter. Magralh. FOLK BM.I.AO SOLO. modern Idiom. IS yea" U n OKrn Mountain View FOLK SOUG SOLO, (HUuv, Lclhbrldge. FOLK BALLAD SOLO, modern Idiom oocn- Rcdncy Gouqn, TaMr. G1RLV SCHOOL VOCAL. Grade 1: Connlr, CuHorlh. Agnf! Davids, A0-llisa Kotkes, Arjncs Davldicn Marks of 87 wenL to Laurel Hartley o[ CardsLon in tlie ls1 folk song solo, 14 years and under division and lo Pat Skellon, wlio look second place i the 20th Century open class. The festival concludes to- night will] all performances in Ihc Yales Memorial Centre, ami adjudicated by Dolores Keahey and Frederick Carler. The eveninjt will consist of one class each in family imisic and light opera, and four di- visions of musical llieatre. Admission is 75 cents for adults and 25 cenls for sLu- denls, and classes begin al p.m. Follow-ups to the festival arc the Concert of School and Ju- nior Stars Thursday at B p.m. and Ihc Stars of the Festival Concert Friday at 8 p.m., both in the Yates Centre. Jean Bcdnar, Lcthbrldge ACCORDION DUET, 10 years an my w.cniak and Johnn Viiiber BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade Murray Miisey, Agn.s David Scoll Htdrlck. SOUTHMIN5TEH HALL Ph-lure Bulle; Nick Saler, Lelhbrldge. ACCORDION ORIGINAL, in under: 'Aark WcKinnnn. Lelri' triilge; Richard Blair, Lelnbndyt A C C O R DIOM U years under: Ernes! Rogan LelhbrlilBt; Laturin, LelB- O R DION TRANSCRIPTION 11 years and under; Calr ua.issen CwWale; Brc-nda Baerg. ACCORDIOH ORIGIHAI, nnd under: Karen Flllner, UelH bridge; Carl Claflssen. ACCORDION elgl, years and under: N'ck Saler, Oavirl Doras, Pidure Dutle. ACCORDION ORIGINAL, nil years and under: Timmy Merlax "KEYNOTES' fasfer than furiouily saving money for hii old age. Remember iKc days, when o denionslrafor was a guy who laid polalo peelers? A woman d r v o r li n woman who drives tHo some way a men doci only ihe gets blamed for 11. Although children ore de- ductible, Ihcy can also bo very taxingl We hear Hollywood Is In such money (rouble ihor if they filmed Snow While and the Seven Dwarfs today, Ihcy'd usi! MlcVey Rooney und six mirrors. Tax ui when vour necdi nn other In at MUSICLAND SUPPLIES LTD. 13Fh SI. and 3rd Ave. S, Lelhliridge. Phone OS6 jhn, ACCORD IOII DUET, 13 y I'Jcr- Dartcne and I v a n o araulin. Carl Cla.issen id Donald Jar vie, Coolrfalc, Lelh ACCORDION TRANSCRIPTION, 12 ar.i and under: Dcnald Jarure, Lclh- i-iagc; Arl Vand'; l.igl, Lt- Abridge. ACCORDION TRANSCRIPTION, 10 ears arid unfler: Crnie Dajraklare r, Lrlnbridgr. ACCORDION FRFF BASS, 18 ysa dlli, Let ond ars Margaret riflqe. ACCORDION OR I GUI Al., 15 year nd under: Oebra R.iutiala, Baron! Hen Tlilessen, Lcthbridoe. ACCORDION Edfi snrJ under; Horvalh, el hL ridge; Karen Buullon, YA7ES MEMORIAL CEN7RE GROUP PIANO, F'rsl Year: Susar lullied, Lelhbndqe. GROUP PIANO, second Year: Llrv a Forcjck, UclhUricltjo and Charles andry, Leltibridge. GROUP PIAIIO, Third Year; Dorer 'agg, Lelhbrldgc. PIANO SOLO, Nol more lhan tars of iludy: Richard Smllh, Lelh n-ldge; Wendy Alar j den, Lclhbrldgf 'ed with Deborah PLimbley, Leln ridqe. PIANO SOLO, No' mori than thret ears o( study: Cindy Wlcns. Lelri i ridge; Cecilia MalKas., CHORAL SOCIETirs, 19 vaars mdnr: Tcur Singers FOLK SONG CHORUS, 16 years am inder: Choralellers, Souln ninilcr Junior Girls' Choir. SUNDAY SCHOOL or JUNIOR CHURCH CHOIR: Soulhmlnster nlor Girls1 Choir; Knox Unilcd Chui Junior Choir. CHOIR BOYS' SOLO: Mark John ion, LeJhbrlrfge. BOYS' 5ACRFD 501.O, 5S anti jnder; Artnur Livings'art, Lelhbrldgi Thomas Carter, MacraTn GIRL' 5 AC R E D SOLO, 16 year end under: Gay Plomp, I.Gthbrldge VIOI IN CONCCMTO, open; Valerl Horvath, Lplhbridrje. BACH FRENCH OR FNGLISI U11L5, cpcn: FaiMi Harms, LelVi irfdnc; Naomi Hnyl, BEETHOVEN1 SONA7A, senior He Gnandf. Leinbridge; Jamie Chiz mmia, Hardlevillo. 20TH CENTURY, open: Kath Holf, LelhbrltTge; Pal Skallon, L bridge PARAMOUNT THEATRE IOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade Gordon Bessellng, Loul GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL, 3 Wendy Walson, Agnes Dawidswi mini Chapman, SCHOOL CHORUSES, Grade jmplicn. T; Aqnes Davidson. MOVING? AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES I ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS and CUSTOM FRAMING 't Fine qualipy marerial low, low prieei HOUSE OF FINE ART 409-5 SI. South Phflnc 328-1314 3rd door north of Greyhound Bui Depot 1 Slorft HourJ: j Tuei., and Sal. 9 a.m, lo p.m. Thuri. and Frf. 9 a.m ,to 9 p.m. The Lethbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lolbhriilge, Alberta, Saturday, April 29, 1872 PAGES 11 TO 'XI NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LID. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBHIDCE, ALBtRTA Summer li coming. Ba ready with a pair of Prescription Sunglauai. Trustees meet with teachers IATC LICENCE LINE-UP The provincial admfnislra- lion building, molor vehicle branch was a popular place Friday, or so il seemed. All Ihese people wero wailing anxiously outside the door and hoping the clock wouldn't slrike midnighf Sunday before they got in. That's lhe lime they musl have their 1972 licence plales, if they want fo operate their vehicles without paying a fine. Some of their compalrlols even wailed until today but Ihey had lo go to the AiVlA building, -Phil Faulds Photo Fort Whoop-Up archeological dig may be cancelled for lack of money Plans for excavating lhe his-, -orical Fort Whoop-Up .site ap- pear to have been scuttled. "It's not dead but said Dr. Barney Reeves of the University of Calgary's arche- ology department. The Oppoi-tunities for Youth program brought about the de- mise of Hie Fort Whoop-Up plans when it turned thumbs down on a request for a grant to finance lhe project. Dr. Kccvcs said 10 students from the University of Leth- bridge and 10 from the Uni- versity of Calgary would have been involved in tlie four- month-long excavation. He said similar projects all across Canada got the. same treatment, "except in Manitoba where lhe CFY director is a formnr Dr. Kccvcs said its possible that some money can still he raised from private sources. Failure to raise money would mean that tins valuable histori- cal site vrould be left at Uic mercy of vandals and souvenir hunters have already marie their mark on (he land- scape. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Bldg. 222 Slh SI. i. Phone 328-4095 Distributors SERVICE CENTRE <119 Slh SlrecT Soulh Phone 32B-6922 OPEN I Government licensed Tcchnrcian t Repcilri to Radian, Tpleviiiorv nnd Tope Recorders. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO lie said the historical value "Generally speaking, we fa-1 f the area could be ruined vor he said. "It's being vandalised, and Lhcre's always Lhc danger o[ Lhe river cutting through nnd a year unless Jt is cx- avated. Alex Johnson, president of :ie Southern Alberta Historicnl society, expressed, support for he proposed excavation. destroying it completely. "It is hard to say what n dig could tell us, I'm sure it would tell us a lot." Mr. Johnson said (he socle I may even be interested i: making a finarjcial contribution for sucli n project. "However, it would be mini mal or and it wouli have to be approved by the ex ecutivc first." Abortion freedom urged by Liberal meeting speaker The Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON WlLlnn the 'irst 12 weeks of pregnancy, a voman should have (lie rig.iL Lo a hospital abortion vviUiout linv- ng to get a doctor's permission, Langc of Oarcsholm, a nemhcr of Lhe Royal Commis- sion on the Status of Women old Lhe Alberta Liberal Parly inmial meeting Friday. Aflcr 12 weeks, a o in a n should have a legal right Lo an aborlion with Ihe consent of her doctor, said lhe mother of Ihrcc claughlers. Mrs. Lnngo, a member of lie commission set up by for- mer prime minister hcster fearson iu lo "inciuirc into lhe social and economic in- equalities which cause women lo experience :1 Prime Minister Trudeau must change the ciiminal code to allow The 12-week lime limit be twecn nn individual riccisioti a n d a niedical decision would gel around Prime Minister Trudean's dilemma thai "at some point aborlion is mur- she said. While (he legalization of aborlion is a political "hot po- Mrs. Langc said "U can't be ducked forever." The royal commission report tabled in the House