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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE HERALD January !0. 1973 A revitMv Plaudits for Hautz-ig By O Wilier treated a al Centre Frvljv u' oi ihe rr.cit of '.o -jve come 2 lime. The :L-S: v.-as Mo- B ir-incr. T'r.s periei-Ti.L'X'e rvOOT-'J-vo 25 works >o r'-i" ;re risk w s when S-.XY. the ent Mr. r. n g vrith a ?.r.d or .r.Li: jee'Jjx He had the -nrce of :one col- our the rower- :'.L c: trie: ara res- reculiar io this fuper? -'trrjfeiy chrorr.itic L'CZiTO T--J -cx- -l._ w-s Eee-thover.'s in C opening allegro conveyed an exrraordirary Tr.e was flighty passive, bin Mr. tnmjition s'.ovr ert to fi- nale He did a "x-r.c'e-'j. motion c: tecsioa. rei.e-ed by tbe apptararjje c: the ron- do tfcerr.e. ren'orrr-aace gave us sr e-eellerc con- ceptiM of the rr.usic s size. Mr. played Schubert's Grazer 1'ai-iasie. Thif reviewer v, '.oial'.y iini'ap.iilLir the work, and apart from the theme, found uri- Sehu-hertian. lic'.vt ver, far be it fpr me to its authenticity The arlift then on to play Sciiubei't1? T e v e Wiier. Mr. Hiv.ti-j di-nwn- sL-a'.ed an irj-ste feeling for the nuances of dance rhythm, as well as a keen awareness of its Liiel'ectual substance. He hsd an envi- able feathenveigh: ciptal desierity. invaluable where Schubert is concerned. The eve-ins corcluded four of Chub's com- positions. Tliere -.vos a won- derful variety cf The A' Polonaise was ore of Chopin's fiery ar.d raaK'ine Mr. Hsutrig's TES equal to its sreaiest c'e- inar.ds. >et a: tue srrr.e time he deno-srrnied reiL-.eni dil- ieacy in the two There was no mistaking the veiled ard irithrdrawn w-orld of the C sharp Noct'jme. nor the c'aziiins brillisrcs of t h e In short, it would be diffi- cuii to imagine, a more deer- lv rewarding acccimt of works were iefS w-lrh the impression of r.av- irLS arisen from the depth of the nixie's lature. as his ideniificauon w i h each srerrecl plrte. Mr. richly deserv- ed li-e pla'-dii5 which -.vere the occasion for several erj- rcres. Worid-Leoder in low-Cost Electronic Printing Calculators. Royal Digital XII personal electronic printing calculator 12-digit printout eciv-tc-'s Perfcrms All Majcr Colculolicn Fund'onj chci-i, r-ixsd c "srr Quiet, Compact, Easy Io Opsrcfe CT c.-iy des't. CCTIC in 7U- wcy it you'll be glcd ycu Various mcdeli to from Now only S415 CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 319 7th STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-4591 Corn seminars on next week A field corn seminar will be held at three Southern Alberta cer, res next to explain the pros and cons of growing grain corn. Slated for Medicine Hat in the provincial Building Jan. 24. at BCW- Island in the Elks Hall Jar. 15 and in the Taber and District Recreation Centre Jan. 2S. the s e m i n a r will feature talks by experts from both gov- Mexican man deported Speeder and pursuer both charged A cify police constable act his man Then he gc: c 'Icket A ccns'able driving a von was c cor 'net speeding through a schod :orre when the ccr smashed into two other vehicles that were stopped on the road. Unable To stop, the censlable in the van then inlo the back of the car he had been clocking. The speeder was given a ticket for speeding in c ached zone, but ths ccvistable was also pinched for following to closely. City looking for bidder on pound Terxiers close Jan. 26 at 2 for the position of poird keeper with the Bids sill be accepted Bt city hall on the basis cf running the pound as a business. Tosh Kanashirc1, chief building says. nours 2 day during the sum- er has the authority to go on the into effect, only one dog owner rrer irjcr.ihs and 12 hours a day property cf a dog o'.vner whose has been fined fo- Eliowing his the rest of tie rear. animal was running loose but A citiieji o[ Mesi- co was ordered to be deported from Canada following a spe- cial immigration hearing in Lethbridge Thursday. Florendo J a i m e s Santivez from Huteamo. was sentenced to one day in jail Wednesday when he was con- victed oi a charge of wiliul damage which aroce from a Jan. 11 incident when he smashed a television set fol- lowing a dispute with his com- mon law wife. Following the trial Wednes- day a police source indicated Mr. Sintivez may have been living in Canada illegally. The question of his residency was turned over to the local office of the department of immigra- tion. cmmer.t reseiiiYh branches and industry. i Ralph Trimmer, chairman of ithe sponsoring Alberta Corn i Commitice. leads off the list of 'speakers. Stan Freyman, crop physiologisi for the Lethbridge, Research Station and Marvin Gaits, regional economist for Ike Alberta department of agri- j culture, will be featured during i the morning session, i John A Stewart, president of Alex M. Stev.-art and Son Ltd., a corn seed company in Ontario i and Jack Sexsmith and Dr. Jim j Bole, crop and plant nu- trition experts respectively from the LeLhbridge Research Sta- tion will discuss management i practices. i For the Taber meeting only, i there: will be a banquet and dance in the Taber and District Kecreation Centre. Banquet i sneaker will be Dr. George Jones of the Alex M. Stewart j and Son Ltd. company. Mr. Trimmer 'said about 300 ;'growers and potential growers are expected to attend the three seminars. It is booed persons from the Bow Island and Medi- 1 cine Hat seminars will attend j the banquet and dance since displays from fertilizer, chemi- cal. seed, machine and other agribusiness firms will be pre- sented. er. ver. tbe do; catch- brings fine .A." elderly mar. given the fir.e of S1CO after he pleaded g-jilr-- in pro- viniiial cour. to poses- rlon of a home distillery ind 120 ounces of iLegally distilled alcohol. John ot N. told tbe court be couldn't afford to buy liquor for Lhe holiday season so he mr.ce some HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th SI. S. Phene 328-1778 We Are Pleased ts Announce 7hc1 we art now tha official Dealers for L.D.S. Books, Missionary and Genealogical Supplies Per the 151st Quorum of the 70's hove a Icrge Inventory of Books and Suppliei, with ample free parking Io make yaur shopping convenient Io you. Playgoers festiial Fu'ty ago today. I h e cf Leihbrldge held theL'1 L-aurLirr-i n-.eeting. Friday nijht 40 members of Lhe Flsygoers gathered at the Eowmaa An Centre to consid- er plans '.o the golden an- Lhe association. A hishligh! o; the plans Is a ferdval oi the ara booked for the week of May :o to 26 at the Yaies Memorial centre. Two piays. On What A Lovely War anci Blsci: Comedy are being mour.ied by the Playgoers tor tbe festival. whUe offers of par- ticipation have come from the Jolifie Academy of Dance and Tee Leihridge Ycu'J; Theatre. Other gro-jps are inuted to take Mn in the anniversary plans. General meetings of the. Playgoers, to which anyone in- ir. iobng the club is invited, are to be held Lhe of each mon'j during this golden jubilee yea.- at Bo'.i-rnan An sale announced S Martin Bros. Funeral Homes Ltd. (2nd GEN ERATION) Serving South Alberta for over half a century (1922-1972) Presents THE SUNDAY HOUR I of L Sculptor JeH Olson, 11, c LKve-- siry of Lethbridge art in- structor, has sold one c1 his worVs to the Cnrcd- Council art c icn funded by the fedsrcl gcve-rr-T'enf for c'ic'zy rre Mr. O'- scn nere diso'ays cf Ms wc.-ks a Tri? sale of s north bridge busiiKss to z Caisary was anno'jnced today, rr- iho-rh Lhe Icval enterprise will continue opersiion a; iis es'.a'o- 's Ltd. was Soreni c: LeLhbridEe and Dous- K. V.'alne of Pur- The ne-.v firr-.. '0 be taiCTn as us located at 54: loth Street Nor.h. No changes are INSURANCE 0 LIABILITY BONDS 9 AUTO 9 FIRE ROSSiTER AGENCIES lower Floor 517