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The a location a proving a FRED HEMKE DON JACOBY A New York saxophonist here j upon presentation of their regis- o serve as a clinician for lhe| ll ' al !Â°" badges. Â· Â»i .t ,ft rt i MI i Province|annual Amarillo Mid-Winter Mus-j^Ior^^lhan^lOO^Amarmo^and Festival, will join the today to open the three-day festival. who serve as clinician at^cert on Friday. bewildered to for Solo Saxophone and Wind Symphony" and A. Tcherepnine's for "" " - 'Â· a , participate in the festival, which Â·n ^. 11 Â«r- j t. i ,, , nllo College Wind Symphony and will inc i ude u instrumental cli- Wind Quintet in concert at 8 p.m. nics. and two clinics for band directors and the Amarillo High School Golden Sandie Band's 40th Saxophone soloist Fred Hemke,! anniversary banquet and a con- Friday festival clinics will per-j stage band contests will be Â£"Â£ I. V , c! a ^ u ^^''^"Jscheduled Saturday, with the six ( stage bands presented in cpn- .,;. Â· .. - ,, ,. ,, . - - , ; , iÂ«--'t at 8 p.m. at the Amarillo Sonatme Sportive' at tomght'slHjgh -School Auditorium. The concert, scheduled for the Ama- Du kes of Sandieland and the Con- rilk) College Badger. Men s Gym, Orientals of Amarillo College also will perform Saturday. 2 i Only American ever to receive Â·ithe first prize is saxophone corn- Tickets, costing $1 for adults Â· students, will i - ti, . .._ ... _ _ . clinics will be admitted Miners Dead The rescue teams pushed their Â·[National Conservatory, completed the conservatory's four-year course in' 12 months. Presently a graduate student at the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, N. Y., he is solo saxophonist for the Eastman Wind Ensemble. The wind symphony's portion of the concert will include George F. Handel's "The Gods Go A- Begging," Henry Fillmore's famous march, ."His Honor," "Scher- Illi-lway into a 500-foot tunnel where zo Alia Maria" from Ralph men, the night crew at the Vaughn Williams' Symphony No. mine, had been working. 8, Gustav Hoist's "Second Suite The explosion shot twisted steeli in F " Glen Osser's "Beguine for debrjs out of tne shaft opel] . D -~ 1 " -^ "Â·Â» Â« Â«"-'' (ing, breaking the windshield of a parked auto. Heavy smoke poured lout at first, keeping rescue teams from entering the mine, Claude Jentry of Cartervillc, owner of the mining firm, said Band," and the Harry march, "A Step Ahead." Amarillo College's Wind tet will join Hemke for the Leon Stein "Sextet for Alto Saxophone and Wind Quintet " Quintet mem- hers are Edward Karakaian, flute: Don Jaeger, oboe. Fred Or- appeared the explosion occurred ma nd, clarinet and Wind Sym- the bottom of the shaft. It phony director; Melinda Dalley, wrecked the tipple building which bassoon, and Donald Haddad, housed the elevator mechanism French horn, and machinery used to unload coal from gondola cars. band directors' clinics on Fri- 5^ sÂ«V,, s*S*V ?Â£W ' s ^^.ft...^^ * YÂ§li ^fjH^^^HHiMy: % ~s ^xc? :: Â·'^^^^^^^^^^Â·''" 'jvfi **J^^BPaispap^*^aÂ»^^^ ^ CJ^^BF^ Â« v ^ ^^^Â·^ * 5^ ^sssC. L J|^^lHgiB^akv^ttB| j3^Lv^apPalsy*J^^Â»^ U x IsBI V..7 \?-** '^H[ ^^ ' ' ,^Mt, ititfr^- i " ^^Bra, ^WÂ»^ JF -^BlBlBlBllBbr * / ^I^H^lHsssisivM^. ^^^B^^^^^lHsIIIlk ,^^H^^^^^H[ ^H^l' ^^Hsi^^l ^^^^^^^BH^^^^^H assisiiÂ»Â»sÂ»sÂ»siiÂ»Â»w*isÂ»isiissiiiÂ» LEON BREEDEN onist Set Concert day, Oscar Wise, Golden Sandie Band founder, and ex-band -members will be honored at a 6 banquet at the Amarillo High Don Jacoby, a trumpet virtuoso and special festival clinician, will join the AHS Band for an 8 p.m. Friday concert in the AHS auditorium. Tickets, costing 75 cents for adults and 50 cents for students, will be available prior to the concert. The other special festival clinician is Leon Breeden, a North Texas State University music professor who plays both the saxophone and clarinet. Reservations for the Friday banquet are available by contacting Mrs. C. H. Clawson, 2125 Monroe; Mrs. Clifford Hill, 4223 Polk, or Mrs. Frank Morgan, 3619 Hughes. as well as a place for Wreckage o May Be MIAMI (UPI) - The Coast Guard s a i d its investigators would start today checking boat wreckage found in the Bahamas and identified by natives as of the ketch Bluebelle which n November with a loss of five ives. The fate of the ketch became he subject of wide speculation after the only two survivors, ler Julian Harvey. and 11-year-old Terry Jo Duperrault, told con- | licting t a l e s of the larvey c o m m i t t e d he day after the girl was res- :ued.