The Courier-Journal from Louisville, Kentucky on March 25, 1956 · Page 33
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The Courier-Journal from Louisville, Kentucky · Page 33

Louisville, Kentucky
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Sunday, March 25, 1956
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Mtf 'fr' lij t "U,'Ci"iyl Will f f 0- SECTION 1 THE COURIER. JOURNAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1936. 33 I t. V 4 V I h ...J XJt I '-v 1 ' , -v. I 1! I Courlsr-Journel Photo DOUBLE WINNERS in regional competition for the state high school music festival here yesterday are flutist Leonore Torode, 2886 Brownsboro Road, and clarinetist Bill Keister, 2220 Kaelin, both of Atherton High School. As a duo, they were first-division winners in miscellaneous woodwind ensembles, senior division. They also won first-division awards as soloists, senior division, on their instruments. 155 Individuals Are Rated 'Superior In High-School Music Festival Here 100 Ensembles Win Honors A totalof 155 junior- and senior-high-school musicians and singers yesterday won "superior" ratings in the Louisville regional music festival at du Tont Manual High School. Another 100 of the top ratings went to ensembles of from two to 16 students. There were 620 entries, consisting of 1,453 individuals. Recipients of the superior ratings can participate in either of the state high-school music festivals to be held in Bowling Green and Lexington. The dates will be announced later. U. of L. Is Sponsor The University of Louisville sponsored yesterday's festival. Sixty entries in the piano section played Friday. Bands, orchestras, and choruses will be heard April 7 at Manual and the U. of L. 1'layhouse. Soloist winners of top ratings yesterday, and their schools, are: Vocal: Mezzo-soprano, senior division: Tony HraokiT, Aiherton: Carole Jurdan. Atherton; Cathrme Whit.ikcr, Taylora-ville; Millie Watson, Manual; Sally Simp, aon. Kentucky Horn School, and Barbara Price. Manual. Contralto solo, senior: Judy GoocUon. Ktnturky Home School, and Elizabeth Kuhank Harrison, Manual. Ban solo, senior: I.ann McCroakey, Kaatem; Franklin Moore, Male; John Welsh, Athsrton, and William Harllaon, Male. Soprano, aenlor; Ann Fears, Kaitemi I.ewie Ann Hhodea. Atherton; I'at Hooth. Kaftern; (.rare Haas, Shawnee; Petfgy Miller, Atherton: Judy Ohborne, Manual: Diane Dutachke, Atherton; Inane Trautweln. Manual, and Franrea llnaaland, Henry Central, in lionry County, Baritones Rated Baritone, aenlor: Haniet Prism!, St. Xavier; I.ouell Slmpaiin, Atherton; Jark f ranahaw, Male, and (.erald Thnmns, Southern. Tenor, aenlor: James Fulks, Male; Benny Adkina, Southern, and Allen Schroering, St. Xavier. Violin, Junior: Sherrin M''Ionald, Waf- fener; Jane Henninirer, Manual: Jerry .ynn Seckamp, WagKener; Jacquio Van ant. Shawnee, and Marcla Holder, Ws-rener. Violin, senior: Jane Connell, Shelbyvtlle; Alice Krentzman, Manual; Anna Ellensteln, Manual; l.yland Green, SheibyvUle; David Cox, Manual; Linda Sturgeon, Manual; Juna Noble, Manual; Camilla Scott, Manual, and Jerry lllisch, Atherton. ( alio, junior: Jo Ann Strickland, West, em, and Yvonne limner. Western, Cello, senior: Bonnie (imom, Manual: Jane Kaye Smith, Shelbyvllle: Stanley Hazard, Shawnee, and Gloria Hood, Manual. Viola, senior: Gwyn Mills and Cayle Mills, both of Manual. Double baas; Junior: Jacqueline Bonwell, Manual. Double senior: Charlotte Zauel and i'fliy Harris, both of Manual, Trombone Players Trombone, Juniors I.ana Ellis, Fern Creek, and Robert Strain, Waggener. Trombone, senior: Darrell Crittenden. Manual; I.srry Burton, Manual; Billy Merton, Male; Mildred Kemp, Eastern; John Albrerht, Atherton. and ham Drake, Bloomfleld. Eb tuba. Junior: Bert Pence, Wag. gener, Kb tuba, senior; Audrey Patrick, Shepherdsvllle. French horn. Junior: James Jones and Nancy Slack, both of Manual, French horn, senior: Lynn Sum-merford, Eastern. BBb tuba, Junior: Waller Redmnn, Fern Creek; Kenneth Mrtilon, F.astern, and Bob Curtis, Fern Creek. Blib tuba, senior: Bill Curl, Manual; Brad Brooeker, Eastern; Robert Welsh, 'Manual; Allan Svara, Manual, and Larry Schneider, Ormsby Village. Baton twirling, junior: Barbara Watson, Shawnee. Baton twirling, senior; Barbara Brewer, Shawnee. Snare drum, junior: Bobert Wilson, Highland; Dixie Ann Polly, Old Kentucky Home: John Ruby, Fern Creek, and Terry Trovato, Highland. Snare drum, senior: Tommy Forte, Southern; Walter Hopkins, Manual: Charles Campbell, Shawnee; Rudy Beavln, Manual, and Diane Kelly, Valley. 2 From Manual Rate Baritone, Junior: Havld Stutzenberger, Waggener. and Patsy Buckner, Eastern. Baritone, aenlor: Bill Curl, Manual, and Darrell Crittenden, Manual. Trumpet, Junior: Todd Hoon, Waggener; Kent Mitchell. Highland: John Moore, Shawnee; Richard Tompert, Wasgener; David Black, parkland, and Ronnie Gist, F'ern Creek. Trumpet, aenlor: Russell BeU and BiU Whitman, both of Atherton. Cornet, aenlor: Tedra Anshutz, Manual; John Bailey, Shawnee; John Clancy, Manual. and Malcolm Chamberlain, Atherton. Comet, junior: Bill Wich, Manual; Tom Hoog, Manual: Gerald Kerr, Highland: Edward Cooper. Fern Creek, and David Syers, Highland. Bb soprano clarinet, senior: Dwan Hubier, St. Xavier; Morris Hall. Shawnee; Pat Fkerle. Atherton; Carl Seaton, Eastern; Carole Jenkins, Valley; Ann Lucas, Atherton; Bob Lawrence, Manual; Susanna Hill, Eastern; Bill Keister, Atherton: Tommy Richardson, Shawnee, and L. W. Browning, Manual. Bb soprano, junior: William Lawrence, Highland; CleorKe Ryan, Highland; John Pavnter, Parkland: William Watkins, Parkland; Eric Wurmser. 'Waggener; Milton Lane, Fern Creek; Ronnie Deetch, Valley, and Melvln Vussman, Shawnee. Bass Clarinets Bb bass clarinet, senior: Mary Sens-froth, Manual. Eb soprano, senior: Egbert Maynard, Manual. Eb alto saxophone. Junior: Richard Crunkleton, Fern Creek. Eb alto saxophone, senior: Gall Buchhelt, Valley; Harold Hall, Shawnee; Dwan Hubier, St. Xavier; Zoe Eggieton, Sacred Heurt, and Jim 'Stewart, Atherton. Bb tenor saxophone. Junior: Vlckl Wilson, Fern Creek. Bb tenor saxophone, senior: Lloyd Poulter, Eastern, and Egbert Maynard, Manual, Bassoon, junior: Rosetta Shaikun, Fern Creek. Bassoon, senior; Carol Stoltz, Fern Creek, and Bruce Tarter, Atherton. Eb baritone saxophone, Barbara Brleden. Fern Creek. Oboe, junior: Marilyn Collins, Wageener. Oboe, senior: Carl Ellis, Manual; Roper Beich-muth. Eastern, and Carol Lipphard, Atherton. Flute, Junior: Betty Griffith, Highland: Judy Schmidt, Fern ( reek, and Larl Bachman, Fern Creek. Flute, senior: Alfred Thlele, Manual: Mary Lou Bridges, Eastern; Marcla Franklin, Manual: Leonora Torode, Atherton, and Sara Schulman. Manual. Italy To Honor Slain 335 Rome, March 24 (Commemorative services were held at the Ardeatine caves outside Rome today for the 335 Italians who wre massacred in reprisal during World War II for the bomb killing of 32 German soldiers in Rome. l.erea Dean Returns From Formosa Job Special to The Courier-Journal Berea, Ky., March 24. Dean Charles N. Shutt, director of testing and guidance at Berea College, is back home today after spending five months as an adviser at Tunghai University in Taichung, Taiwan (Formosa). Shutt went to Tunghai University in rural Formosa as a student-lahor adviser last October 17. The school is the first Christian university in Formosa's history. Its first class of about 150 boys and 50 girls out of 5,800 freshman applicants was accepted last fall. Not All Tariff Rates Arc The Sam YOUR DOLLARS Will Co Further NATION-WIDE MOVI OUR SERVICE IS AISO AVAILABLE AT ClARKSVILLE JEFFER-SONVIUE-NEW ALBANY, IND. Representative Will Call Without Obligation ARlington 4627 Wanteds Return loads and Part Loads To and From Other Cities. ' STORAGE CRATING AND PACKING FOR RAILROAD AND EXPORT OVERSEAS SHIPMENTS '1 4 k 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 Jft. JaV'eUaafcL: . A super value! Ford Owner Finds Model T Isn't Extinct i He's Had 100 Offers ! Of Paris After 3Iishap ' Kenneth Wagner didn't know Mr. Ford made so many Model T's. It took an accident to en-1 lighten him. ! Wagner is the young grocer I whose 1925 Model T delivery van was damaged last week as it sat in front of his home at 2116 Grand. Another car struck the Model T, damaging a wheel, fender, and headlight on the old car. News of the accident made the Model T an object of national concern. Buys Another Ford Wagner said yesterday he has had more than 100 letters and telephone calls from all over the United States from people who want to supply the necessary and scarce repair parts. But he's still sitting tight waiting to hear from his insurance company before he accepts any offer. "This thing has really got me interested in Moflel T cars," he said. "I even bought another one the other day." The "new" one can't compare to the damaged one, though. It's only a 1927 model. Modern-Teaching Critic Will Lecture at U. K. The Courier-Journal Lexington Bureau Lexington, Ky., March 24. Dr. Arthur E. Bestor, professor of history at the University of Illinois and author of one of the most controversial books on education in recent years, will speak Tuesday night at the University of Kentucky as a Blazer lecturer. Dr. Bestor will speak at 8 p.m. in the Guignol Theater on the subject, "The Loss of Perspective In Education." Bids Ashed on Safety Bells For Police, Firemen Here The City will take bids Wednesday on 382 safety belts for police and firemen. City Buyer William F. Johnson said 251 of the belts will be of the type affixed to automobile seats, and will be used in police and fire vehicles. The other 131 will be of a special type for firemen riding on the back and sides of fire apparatus. Other bid openings this week ivill be: Monday Contract for printing some 135,000 numbered paycheck forms, and for 60 gallons of rat poison for the rodent-control division. Tuesday 6,000 pounds of wiping rags, and a truck chassis and cab. To Buy Car for Hospital Thursday Contract for demolition of five houses for the approaches of the new Brownsboro Road bridge west of Mell-wood, miscellaneous electrical and hardware material, and an aluminum boat and trailer for the flood-protection division. Friday Two-door sedan, miscellaneous paper stock, paint and enamels, and staple foods for Marine Hospital. Major contracts awarded the past toeek vere: Fire truck, Peter Tirsch & Sons, $12,663, low of seven bidders; gas pumps, William J. Showalter, $1,383, lowest of two meeting specifications. These three -month contracts for supplying food at Marine Hospital were awarded: eggs, Stokers Farms; dairy products, Haywood & Sons; meats, Billy Jones; flour and corn meal, Myron J. Sheridian. and frozen foods, K. & F. Smith Company. The firms were lowest of those bidding. HEARING GLASSES by ACOUSTICON NEW EYE LEVEL HEARING VISUAL AND HEARING COMFORT ONE-STOP SERVICE For Optical , and Hearing Aid ONE UNIT-EASY TO WEAR A NEW HEARING EXPERIENCE SENSATIONAL AND EXCITING J COUPON ; THE STOCKIER OPTICAL CO., CI 7627 I 306 Speed Bldg., 4th I Guthrie I I Tell me how I can uit your on Hop service for Hearing Glaiiei. I NAME ADDRESS j j Send Information Call at My Home j Downey M. 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