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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IE1HSRIDGE HERAlD-Wtdnolday, March 15, 1972 Defensive drive course cancelled here by AMA Herald bureau Legislature notes An Alberla Motor Associa- tion course on defensive driv- ing was cancelled March 14 only five persons appear- ed, for registration. Rulpli Spiccr, tlie course in- structor and safely supervisor for the AMA said, the course ii stiti tie held if 15 persons ow an interest, Anyone wishing to enrol in e defensive driving course ay register by phoning the MA office, 328-1771. Fees for e course will be ?10 per per- n for non-members and person for members of the MA. The defensive driving course designed for persons who al- iady hold a valid driver's li- inee, and not lo teach begin- ng drivers how lo drive. Topics for the eight-hour assroom work will include c proper use of driving lanes, ow to safely use traffic cir- cles and proper positions for making turns, lips on freeway driving, the effects of alcohol on a driver, safety features of a car, a study of the history and development of driving laws and techniques in defen- PRtZE WINNING PAPERBOY Paut Fisher, 17, receives a new 10-speed bicycle from Patrick J, Barry, lethbridge Herald city carrier supervisor. Paul, who has been a Herald paperboy for three years, won the bike in a draw in which carriers who sold three now subscriptions had their name placed in a barrel. A Grade 12 student at LCI, Paul plays tennis, baskelbail and skii. He also plays the trombone in several in the city. High marks gained Tuesday in B y MARLENE COOKSHAW Staff Writer The Bain School of Dancing ensemble from Red Deer took high marks in the Alberta Danes Festival Tuesday with a score of 95. The mark was one of the three highest awarded so fnr in the festival. Myrne Fowler of Edmonton received 92 in the solo song and dance competi- tion for I3-y e a r-olds, nnd Wenda Crawford, 18, of Red Deer, was awarded 92 for her performance in solo jazz. One of the small hut well- Following are the results of all Tuesday competitions in the Alberta Dance Festival, being held all week at the Yates Memorial Centre: Highland Fling (10 yean] Jody Tfotman, Calgary; Second; Dun- can Cafgary. Iriih Jig (16 vears) First: Deb- orah Skalevr Red Deer; Second: Judy Sinclair, Red Deer. Highland National (12 yiart) First: Erin Sec- end: Nancy Laban, Edmonton. Irish Jig (3 years) First: Ml- crwlle Bergeron, Calgary; Second: Jill Trorman, Calgary, and Sydney Wat- son, Calgary. Sailors Hornpipe fia Wen da Crawford, Red Deer. Seann Truihbas [7 years) First: JamJi? O'Conncr, Calgary; Second: Heather Walscrt, Calgary. Dust [9-10 years) First: Bronrfa Cclleen Cut- ler, Calgary; Second: Jcdy Trot man, Jill Trctman, Calgary, and Michete Bergeron, Duncan Cafgary. Duer Jan (13-H First: Barbara Becker, Myrna Lecky, Ed- monton; Scccnd: t orrftin Fritz, Deb- bie Plalz, Edmonton. Ouef (7'ft yean) First: Chanfelle MeMieJiol, Tracy MatDcnell, Red Deer. Solo Tap yean) Lesley Ann Pars ens, Fdmonlcn; Second: Cindy Krisp. Caloary. QuarlE.1 Tap US years and under) received classes of the after- noon was the solo song and dance for six years anci under. The youngest competitor was Angela Vaughn, three, of Red Deer, who delighted the audi- ence with her version of Ani- mal Crackers in my Soup. Andrea Duchan of Edmonton, Kathy Martin of St. Albert and Michael Hart of Calgary were the other three competitors, and the youngest participants so far in this year's festival. The ndjudica tor, Roland would not give marks for their work, but presented each with Nancy Labon, Jeanne Nicriolscn, e1t Hryntw, Edmcr.lon Duel Tap (13-14 years) Myrne Gail Prylula, ESdrr Fir; Quartet Song and Dance (12 yean. artt First: Ham Schccl cf Dane inn, Calgary. Trio Tap (13 years and First: Val BPand, Joy Ann, Roxanna Mae Kay, Edrnonlcn. Tap Solo (a years) First: Julie Rurnpel, St. Alter J; Second: SheHy Solo Song and Dance (13 years) First: Fcwler, Edmtxiton (9! Jcanns Nicholson, Calgary marks) Sword Dance (7 years) Firsh Jamio O'Connor, Calgary; Second L Sailer's Hornpipe (13 First: Kelfie Mac Lac hi an, Caloary; Ssecfid: Maureen O'Cwinor, Calgary, Highland Fling (14 years) First; Hacfine Gauf, F.dmcnlcrij Seccnd: Calhy Cameron, Calnary. Irish Jig (7 years) First: Jamie O'Connor, Calgary; Second; Heafhe Caloary. HigMantf NaUonar (B Firs! Sydney Watson, Calgary; Second: Jill Trotman, Calgary. Seann TruIlibAs [IS yean) First: Heather Dunseilrt, Edmonton; Seccnd: Gail Scott. Red Dser, and Cdlefte Irish (U and First: Teresa Carfrnan, Erin or, Colleen Cutfei-, Canary; Anhlcy, Nafalle Wilson, ey Calgary. mble Tap yean and under) in- Peeler sen School, Red under) O'Conn Second: Ense Fir Deer. DueF Firs Dwr, Lclhbf I Donna Solo Duct Sang and Dance (t5-II yiars) l: Gall Scoff, Judy Sinclair, Red ar.d Uri Ulfy, Murk Lltchflild, rfqe; sec oo d: Cindy Booth, Orytfen, Caltjsry, Sort; and Dance [4 yean rjo mark! Jan (MO years) First: ten. Trio Jan (IS years and ufltfer) Eve Bland, fMi, Ps MarlynciuX, Edmrvitryi Secofid Plafz, Edmonton, (9 yean and under) First; l.ernv.-eber Schccl of Highland Dancing, Calaary. Highland National (10 First: Trotrr.an, Ciaigary; Sec- ond; Duncan Cox, Cafgary, and Col- leen CuMer, Calgary. Sword Dance (11 years) First: Judy Lynn Turin, St. Alberf; Karaite Calgary. Sailor's Hornpipe