Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
KKDHSM? DISTRICT Bellevue pianists win 90 marks BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - Superb performances by two young Bellevue pianists, Karen Pozzi and Laurie Fumagalli, netted each 90 marks, highest awarded in the Crowsnest Pass Music Festival. Runner-up was Brenda Fhar-ls of Lundbreck. She received 87. PIANO SOLO 13 years and wider: Karen Dobek, 88; Dlanne Wells, 87. 1J years and under. Kartn Vara, 86; Roxanne Van wyk 85. Will car leasing save you money? We've got the * straight facts: Phone ROY MclNTOSH at 328-9271 Now! Kino CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. Corner or 3rd Ave.' and 11th St. S. Phone 328-9271 CANADIAN POITIIY 11 years and under. Rochelle Juh-Itn, 84) Cecfla Koszegl, 82. GIRLS FOLK 10 years and under. Michelle Dobek, 87) Jo-Ann Macfeod, 85. 12 years and under, Barbara Glen, 83. , U years and under: Karen Dobek, 87. GIRLS POLK BALLAD _ 12 years and under. Bonnie Park, 84. THBATRI SOLO 12 years and under: Joan Radford, 85. Craig VIOLIN SOLO Less than two years study; Wilson, 86. Less than three years study: Roxanne VanWyk, 86; Marilyn Pharls, 84. 10 years and under. Valarle Lons-bury, 85. 12 years and under: Marnle Ferguson, 84. VIOLINCELLO 13' years and under: Tony Fuma-galll, 86. 16 years and under. Gayla Costan-zo, 89. FULL ORCHESTRA Open: Crowsnest Orchestra, 88. JUNIOR CHOIR 13 years and under: Balrmore Junior Choristers, 88. FOLK BALLAD Solo senior: Marie Therrlault. 86. PIANO SOLO 16 years and under: Debbie Fantln, Pass Symphony 20th Century Jr.: Laurte Fumagallt, 89, Bach, 16 years and under: Brenda Pharls, 86. HAYDN SONATA Junior: Karen Pozil, �?. MOZART SONATA Open: Laurie Fumagallt, 81. WEDNESDAY PIANO SOLO 10 years and under: Roxanne VanWyk, 89; Glnl Decoux, 88. 13 years and under: Tony Fume-galll, 89; Mark Balog and Barbara Dennis, 88 marks each. 1! years and under: Roxanne VanWyk 89; Joan Radford, 87. 10 years and Under Sonatina: Valarle Lonsbury 86. Glnl Decoux, 83. GIRLS VOCAL Grade 1: Rachel Dobek, 82. 8 to 9 years: Lisa Macleod, 83. 10 years: Cecilia Koszegl, 82. 13 years: Barbara Dennis, 86; Karen Dobek, 85. PIANO SOLO Sonatina 12 years end under: Bonnie Park, 86; Lorl Kolnberg, 85. ANNUAL MEETING COALDALE (HNS) - People having any questions on 1973 taxes or other points may present them at the annual reatepayers' meeting slated for 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 28, in the Coaldale Sportsplex. To Germany Miss Sharon Willms, Grade 11 student at Coal-dale's Kate Andrews High School, has been chosen to take part in a student exchange program. She will leave in July and stay with a family in Bavaria for three weeks. She will visit Frankfurt, Munich, see the Alps and Austria. instant coffee nuggets THE ONE. There are many instant coffees-but only one with a real Western look on the label and real Western flavour in every golden nugget. Spoon out the Nabob West... and taste why it's the one throughout the West. NABOB WEST INSTANT COFFEE Food fair realizes $450 profit COALDALE (HNS) - The recent Coaldale Home and School Association's. International Food Fair was an outstanding success, say officials. A total of $450 was realized. Proceeds will go to assist the schools. Mrs. John Slemko says an abundance of food was donated. The Baker Brass Band, directed by Clifford Harvey, performed a variety of selections including Mother Goose, Sleeping Beauty,- Battle Hymn of the Republic and Joy to the World. The band has about 40 instrumentalists from Grades 5 to 9. Mrs. Ivan Meyers officially opened the food fair. She recalled the annual event had begun here about 25 years ago Mrs. Meyers said there must be some purpose for the type of unity in this community. "We have learned to grow to respect each other. God has a special purpose for Coaldale in the unity of the community. We really do appreciate each other's creeds and culture." She said, "We would have peace if we could live this way in the whole world." Many varieties of cuisine were displayed and sold at the tat-les representing Hungarian, Ukrainian, Mennonite, Japanese, Dutch, British Isles and Canadian food. CWL supper tonight ENCHANT (HNS) - The) Catholic Women's League's annual chicken supper will be | held tonight. Members were given lists of what to bring and others not present received lists in' the mail. Appointed to take charge of | the supper was Marguerite Dor-chak. Mrs. Jakubczyk served lunch | at the close of the recent meeting. The next meeting will be ] held at Mrs. Marguerite Dor-chak's home. Unauthorized construction spurs action COALDALE (HNS) - Town council once again said the town's existing bylaws will be enforced. Councillors say people are building without first obtaining a building permit from the town. The police, development officer and the building inspector will make a thorough check of construction taking place in town. Those building without a permit will be prosecuted as outlined in the bylaw. /"V GOOD FOOD COSTS LESS �II mua/it Values Effective Til Sat. March 17 Closing Credit union chairman re-elected CRANBBOOK (Special) -| Cranbrook Savings Credit Union has elected to a third term | its board chairman, W. J. Beld-ing. Vice-chairman is A Manjak. Other fboard. members are Garry Billmark, James Kennedy and Frank Fiorentino. Continuing directors are I George Austin, Bill Finach and | Mrs. Bud Caldwell. Board secretary is Wilf Mol-nar. The membership approved a 4.5 per cent divident to shareholders. The annual financial report showed net income of $31,504 on total income of $144,-660 and undivided earnings at | $21,195 after income tax provision. Horsemen meet TABER (HNS) - A horse, riding and training club organization meeting has been called for 7:30 o'clock tonight in the Blue Room, Taber Community Centre. Promoter Ed Sparks says, that the scope of the new club will range from gymkhana events to trail riding. RETURN HOME IRON SPRINGS (HNS) -Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sikkens and family have returned home after spending the past month in Drente, Holland, where they visited with Mr, Sikkens' relative, CANTALOUPE A TASTY DESSERT WITH "L" BRAND ICE CREAM READY TO SERVE COOKED HAMS WHOLE, HALF or QUARTERS SWIFT'S PREMIUM SMOKED.............lb. PRIDE OF ARABIA 1 lb. net wf. pkg. We reserve the right to limit quantities te normal family purchase* OPEN DAILY 9 A.M.-6 P.M. THURSDAY ANO FRIDAY 9 A.M.-9 P.M. 2025 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE "COLLEGE MAIL" 324 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE 420 oth STREET S. "DOWNTOWN"