23 April 1970
getting to high THE MORNING HEKALO - THE EVENING STANDARD Annette Tate To Give Recital At Seton Hill ANNETTE TATE manpower and lessening demand, demand, employers are being choosier than ever. Standards are high for the projected 746,000 students who are expected expected to graduate with bachelor's Annette Tate, a piano major in the music department at Selon Hill College, Greensburg, will give her senior recital on Sunday Sunday evening, April 26, in Cecilian Cecilian Hall. The recital begins at 8 o'clock and the public is invited invited to attend. The program for Sunday evening evening will include: Sonata in d minor, Opus 31, No. 2 by Beethoven; English Suite in g minor by Bach; Ballade in A- flat major by Chopin; and Toc- ccata Opus 11 by Prokofiev. Miss Tate is a graduate of Kolb Memorial High School. ~* At Seton Hill she completed the curriculum in applied music and was a piano student of Sister Sister Miriam David, chairman of the music department. She plans to attend graduate school next year and has been accepted at Cincinnati O b s e r v Music. Annette's parents are Mr. Mrs. Anthony Tate of rear 11 Washington St., Masontown. Hawaiian Governor Quick Willi A Quip HONOLULU (AP) - Gov. John A. Burns had a quick for a visiting high school student who wanted to know if Burns enjoyed being governor. "I* feel like the man who tarred and feathered and run out of town on a rail," Burns said. "If it weren't for the of it, I would just as soon Albert Kahn (1869-1942) was one of the first architects to reinforced concrete and steel in his factory designs.