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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Nbmwy f, 1174-THI LITHMIDQE HERALD -IT Results released iii ARCT exams The list of successful candidates in examinations held recently by the Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto in Lethbridge has been released. In the ARCT piano teacher category, Barbara F. Hoople Carol L. Fekete received honors. Grade 10 piano: first class honors Glen D. Kilback. Honors Therese J. Racette, Trevor Bennett; Susan Webster and Elsie C. Kalma. Pass Wendy L. Grant and Jacqueline Grade 9 piano: first class honors Debra Mann. Honors Lydia G. Regier and Susan Wilson. Pass Shirley Hirsche. No smoking enforced in Guler's cab TORONTO (CP) Huseyin Giiler, says he probably takes less money than most other cab drivers, "but I don't get headaches." He enforces a no-smoking rule in'his taxi and passengers are warned by a "no smoking sign" on the passenger window. "I like to give people a clean car to ride he said. Mr. Guler, 25, for one year an independent driver, bought his car six months ago and it has no telltale signs of smokers burn marks on the seats, full ashtrays and cigarette butts on the floor. "When I was driving for the company, I had to open the windows when they smoked, but you freeze in the he said. Most customers respect his warning. He has only been hassled once by ah irate customer who eventually took his business elsewhere. Most people refrain from smoking until they have reached their destinations, he said. Grade 8 piano: first class honors Heather L. Klassen, Marian Parkinson, Ryan B. Hayward. Honors Roberta Grynocb, Mary Anne De Jong and Winnifred de Jong Vera Romaniuk, Kathy Court, Laverne Gilchrist and Catherine Chirka. Grade 7 piano: first class honors Linda K. Enns and Gayle Wheeler. Honors Darlene Hawley, Glenda M. Kostadinovich, Lorna Erickson, Frieda K. Esau Linda Groves, Heather Fettig, Beta Holt and Loretta Y. Siebert Pass Tracy D. Cooler. Grade 6 piano: first class honors Annemarie Scholtzer. Honors Shelly Klovansky and Noel Patson Paula Gallup, Colleen Magnuson and Nancy Pikersgill Catherine MacLean, Les- ter J. Leavitt and Maxine F. Orcutt and Janet Sekiya. Pass Raymond Cooper, Kathy Broadhead and Neana Meeks Cindy Kamitomo, Ruth Beard and Pam Olsen Quinn Orr and Ron Gore. Grade 5 piano: first class honors Tovi G. Huddlestone. Honors Mary long, Joyce Friesen, Becky J. Cooler and Sharon Smith David Nearland and Ronald Peterson Sharon Handerek, David P. Sarsfield and Bruce Tail Sherry L. Moline and Dennis Shigematsu Pass Debra Ibuki and Danny H. Pierson. Grade 4 piano: first class honors Diana Kolpak, Sheila Jacobson, Tamara J. Tagg, Earl D. Helwig and Philip Nowik. Honors Cynthia- J. Dong and Jane M. Takeda Donald Hobbs, Laurie S. Collier, Kathy Niehaus, Sharon Sekiya, and Toby Taniguchi Michael E. Nowlin, Chris Wehlage and Gina Fiorino. Pass William L. Nelson. Grade 3 piano: first class honors Laurie Beresnak, Lisa Trofymow, Gillian MacKay, Carol Garner and Lisa Matkin Pamela Allison, Tiina M. Antony, Ronda Makarenko and Carol Shaw Wendy Ibuki. Honors Tanya Critchfield, Flora Erdos and Etta Nirk Deborah L. Plimbley, Marian C. Irmler and Mark Johnson Laurel M. Graham and Susan Steens Darren Gurr and Yolanda Terajewicz. Pass Richard Hall, Milton M. Chambers and Pamela Ryostock. Grade 2 piano: first class honors Debbie L. Gough, Debbie L. Anderson, Laureen E. McLaren and Patricia Meli. Honors Norma Thiessen, Julia Beckel and Gena Perry Kenneth Tuskishima and Barry Weintraub Pass Karen Cooper. Grade 1 piano: first class honors Twila Konynenbelt and Elaine R. Paul Shelly R. Crowe, Carolyn Austie, Richard R. Masson and Mardell Kern Denise Austie. Honors Ramona Van Luyk. Pass Rhonda L. Homulos. ARTC organ, performer: conditioned in pieces David B. Waterlow. Grade 9 violin: first class honors Shelley Hurt. Grade if violin: honors David Grossklaus. Grade 7 violin: honors Barbara Haney. ate 5 million pounds of popcorn in '73 Wanna smooch? Camels aren't known for their kissability but as Mickey Curtiss of Hampton, III., found out, six-month- old El Banco, like all babies, acts like he wants a little lovin'. El Banco lives at Niabia Zoo near Coal Valley, III., run by Rock Island Forest Preserve. Arabian horse show .set The seventh annual Chinook Arabian Horse' Show will be held at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion from May 24 to 26. Show manager is Robert Passey of Taber, with entries secretary Mrs. J. K. Robinson, also of Taber. American Karl Yansar will judge the show and Jack Robinson is show chairman. Ann Landers HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Witfira Services Hat CMMif, HNMfciU Effects' Call 32S-2MO For Pickup SOTvkw OR LEAVE AT 412 AVE. S. Dear Ann Landers: It is a.m. and I am boiling. My sister-in-law, an unmitigated fool, age 46, just set the house hi an uproar. I am visiting here from Fairbanks, Alaska. About this morning, all hell broke loose. I heard my brother-in-law yelling for me. It seems bis wife Catherine had awakened during the night coughing and choking, clawing at the wide strips of adhesive Sears 'Where portrait photography has become an Excellent quality... lutstanding price _ subject plus 50c handling per portrait in 8x10 Colour Portrait f your child.------------ 3 days only Choose from finished portraits not proofs! Choice of poses Extra prints available at reason- able prices No obligation to buy additional portraits Limit: one offer per person, two per fatnUy Child age limit: 3 weeks to 14 years tape that she had plastered every which way across her mouth. When her husband finally succeeded in ripping off the tape, he took some of her lip with it. There was a little bleeding but certainly no hemorrhage. My brother in law was very upset and started to look for something to remove the adhesive mess left on Catherine's face. I offered him some lighter fluid a trick I had learned hi the Army. Well, it must have stung a little and she screamed so loud I thought for sure the neighbors would call the police. After we got her quieted down, I asked what in the world that tape was doing over her mouth anyway. She replied, "I read in Ann Landers' column that if a person tapes his mouth shut at night it will eliminate snoring." Please tell me, Ann, did you give that advice? I can't believe it. A CMS! Dear Guest: Yes, I did, and many readers wrote to say it works. Sorry about Catherine's lip, but she apprently put on much more tape than was necessary. And now, Bub, what kind of an idiot would suggest lighter fluid on a raw wound? Dear ABB; I just edited your column replying to the 14- year-old who asked how much she should tip for a burger and cold drink while shopping. Your reply was, "Any person who sits down to eat in a restaurant- and is served should leave something, even if he is seated on a stool at a counter." Does this advice go for the waitress who takes her time and acts like she's doing yon a favor by taking your order, then slops the food down in front of you and ruins your appetite? I operate on the theory that tipping is a reward for good service. And please don't tell me to eat elsewhere this is the only restaurant in the vicinity. The other waitresses (most of then) we okay, and they get tipped. Has Eat