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Image 2 of Jefferson reporter (Buechel, Ky.), April 2, 1970

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REPORTER, Thursday, April 2, 1970 : Idote? Sings At Cfiufdi Andrew United Church of Christ, 2608 Browns Lane on Sunday, April 5 at 7:30 p.m. The Motet singers, directed by television producer Dave Jones, was founded in 1954 by four Methodist young people in Louisville. From that beginning has grown a group known throughout the south as a leading choral organization . . . one equally at home in both the popular and religious fields. In the latter capacity, the Motet Singers' concert tours have taken them into almost every state east of the Mississippi and into Canada, covering well over 20,000 miles. The group, composed of high school and college students, as well as full time professional J Illinois Wesley an tour Ramodallng Rapairt New Work WATER HEATERS 17 IVI BUECHEL FERN CREEK A LJL T TAE KWON DO artists compete in semi-fin- Tco (won Do FIRE AND EXTENDED COVERAGE INCREASED Higher limits of coverage on houses and barns now available. lcCnlrt Th:mt J. (H..) 42S-J2- KY. '0HI" Duying - Selling V -- RESIDENCE 7 1 r.9 TELEPHONE . nix rnnv .. . io rnMnivruni vw'"'. nilisvil A wr: ft it IC Liiut. 40206 I P KENTUCKY PHONE 964-249- 4 s Sftead P. 3ftuttt&i& DEAUTY SALOM 6905 OLD SHEPHERDSVILLE RD. Whispering Hills Center Evatiinos by Appointment MON.-JtanrSA- IS GOODYEAR IM AtS mi m turnout -- J or,'1 Li OKOIONA LOUISVILLE E. WZT Oak Daily-S- 969-231- 5 7:30 to 1:00 at program, ML n over a year, ...If it'stoo longl been It's ONLY HOOVER FACTORY AUTHORIZED WARRANTYJ AND SERVICE STATION m IN LOUISVILLE WE ARE TH mm MM MM tM County Jefferson have ; U Scissors and Finking Shears Sharpenad too (mm By County Board Schools that announced Wednesday, April 8, will be preschool registration day. In order for the schools to prepare adequately for their 1970 fall program, they must have prior information about children entering school for the first time. Parents are requested to take their child's birth certificate to and their school between 9 2:30 p.m. on April 8. Parents should discuss with registration authorities the need for an immunization certificate prior to admission in the fall. Youngsters entering first grade must be six years of age on or before December 1, 1970. If parents are not sure of the name and address of the school their child should enter next fall, the information can be obtained by calling a-- CALL 5S5-339- . 1020 E. Broadway 1 m n re. 0. Saturday, Effective OKOLONA STORE: March thereafter (cm the Metropolitan Park and Recreation Board office at Central Park will be open from 8:30to 12:30p.m. v 7? A HAS BEE! SERVICED Registration Dates Are Set 28 and each Saturday NEW HOURS Open Mon. and Thurs. Nifes Til 9 p.p. Sat. 'til 4 p.m. 4 SirjCEYOUSl VACUUf.1 CLE AH Park Board Opens On Saturday Mornings ft 454-635- 7:30 to 5 concert 459-331- (7 7321 PRESTON HYY. HOW LONG also has a Saturday's iWSVtilt CENTBHQ 1218 at att Loii Altman, Proprietor OPEN Karate exhibitions. Not only was there a large crowd of onlookers, but participants in the tournament v came from all over the eastern United States. The challenge of karate lies in the use of blocking, kicking, and punching techniques, yet without actual body contact. Points are scored according to the number of unblocked blows delivered to one's j , opponent and deducted, when Oil utiiu yuyaia wiuabi la made. Interested? Make sure your 1 1? if ad illiintnite kick ami insurance is paid up and give it a i nincvn cnimi rtiuW try. of the touruey. block techniques during a play-of- f 897-254- 7 n V I REALTORS ft Do JOHN MARTIN DISTRIBUTOR, INC. entitled "Six Centuries of Choral Music" will include Bach Cantata no. 64. Representative works from the 15th century to the present will complete the concert repertoire. st IS HERE! fen includes seven performed with the New York Pro Musica Antiqua, the American Concert Choir and the Choral Arts Society of New York. The FURNACES assistant Nott Chorale, Championship. The tournament was sponsored by the Louisville and Jeffersonville Karate Schools. Karate is a fast growing sport in this area as shown by the A D. R. (DAtl) SCIIWEUKER EMISON COMPANYr& Kwon X SERVING YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS 267-753- Mid-We- in Nott, David BYPATCASSIN Grounds for a law suit . . .? No, just a friendly kick in the teeth. If you had been in St. Matthews last Saturday at Trinity's gym, you would have seen several such incidents. This was the scene of the Tae third annual Aracriccn f.lutcsl Firo lnsacr.co Co, LOUISVILLE 17, year this ''J c!3f.:juni professor of voice and choral music, is conductor. A former member of the Robert Shaw Tournarcont Held At Trinity Protection At Cost Since 1374 3006 SOUTH PRESTON M' WE INSTALL midwestern and eastern states plus Washington, D. C. It begins April 3 in Champaign, Illinois and ends April 12 after programs in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia and Pennsylvania. matches at Trinity High. al I XY Zr "32 Years of Service er :huce Do;i6::.iiin FLur.ni.GG: Sarvina HIKES POINT .JE HF,EF 7ONTBWN CALL 450-63- 1 4635 Illinois Avenue University's Collegiate Choir will present a concert at Buechel United Methodist Church, 2817 Hikes Lane on April 5 at 8 p.m. The choir, a leading source of talent for professional choral groups, and made up primarily of voice majors in the School of Music, recently signed two commercial recording contracts. One of them, with Saga Records of London, distinguishes the choir as the only American collegiate ensemble recording for a European label. The annual spring concert performances SERVICE Whether it's an emergency or a new furnace you'll find we come quickly, do a conscientious job, charge reasonable prices. We service all brands. hers Ccntcrt people, has also released four LP albums of sacred music. The Motet Singers have appeared regularly on local television programs and are much in demand to perform for banquets and conventions. They have appeared with such nationally known entertainers as Steve Lawrence and Edie Gorme, Jonah Jones, Lee Marvin and Doc Severinsen. Director of the Motet Singers, Dave Jones, was selected in 1964 as one of the Outstanding Young Men of America by the National Junior Chamber of Commerce. Also featured in the concert at St. Andrew Church will be a string quartet. There will be no admission charge but a free-wi- ll offering will be taken for the continuing support of the Motet Singers. Singers of will be featured in a concert of sacred music at St. Motet The Louisville HEATlNG FOR QUICK VIIILf T"S AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 4" I Id) .. FEDERAL SAVINGS t HIKES CHESTNUT OKOLONA POINT LX!J 11 ALUMINUM Mi A PAUL THORNHILL, left, state director for the 1 970 Kentucky Special Olympics, and Carl Bradley, right, director of the Metropolitan Park and Recreation Board, recently met with Lee Corso, chairman of the 1 970 Olympics to discuss plans for the event. It is scheduled for June 6. Fit.. The Right r - TUXEDOS New Black alto White, Red, Blue Cocktaili Cutaways, Full Dress H f Igg Corso E.cQtls , (l ALL ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE Sitas 4 to 64 No Dapoait Raquiiad - lr.t. SAM MEYERS, SubwWfl Ml 5 tWwntown Starat Star: Tailoring Barditown Read 452-29- - 8. 37 0ton,.frt.a A.Ma 137 W. Jaffwaen St. 563-53- Alteration WMm T PRE-SEASO- - tjrirs, r CRABICIDE TREBL 2500 q. i- r- -k 11 69 GREEN POWER 5000 sq. 10,000 sq. ft 15.000 sq. ft ft i r 6. Some 500 youngsters from across the state are expected to participate in this meet. Lee Corso, head football coach at the University of Louisville, was recently named chairman of the 1 970 Kentucky Special Olympics for Mentally Retarded Children. This Olympics is the first of its kind in Kentucky. The Olympics will take place . . r ii I ni f at vauey ii i acnuui on junc nign The youngsters will compete in track and field and swimming events. In addition to this, clinics in football, basketball, swimming, track, wrestling will be held. GREEN SALE N i r i .... $1.00 off with GREEN ft 5000 sq. ft tM. - ...ft a Ak POWER I nnA r GREEN GREEN i i rT r 50 off $2.00 off .50offr 50 off $1.00 off $2.00 Off $1.50 off ft SHOW 'N TELL S3 Grass Seed 1000sq.ft 3000 sq. 70 $7.00 off W spreader with GraanfMd pure hue Olympics AU.OWNW r Metropolitan Park Recreation, the Buechel-Fer- n Creek Jaycees and the Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation. Governor Louie Nunn has issued a Proclamation naming June 6, 1970 Special Olympics Day in Kentucky. The winners of the state meet will be taken to Chicago in to participate in the national meet. Anyone wanting further information on this program, shouldcontact Paul Thornhill by phone at 636-- 5 181. 10001 TAYLORSVILIE ROAD JefUnonlown NOW636-- 5 141 -- MQ TAYIOBIIVP. e Brand New Automatic . Incredible! ready to go! ftn w DELIVERED LOUISVILLE mid-Augu- st I -- J Li. IELZ r:cG i::au:s ruaY auto;.utic rULL FACTORY TRAri2.v.s:::o:j, VVAAtiTY AID Lights Vinyl Interior Back-U- p Front Wheel Drive Disc Brakes Side-Vie- Tires 4-P- ly Kentucky's Largest 'Sports Car Dealer 895-245- Mirrors w 5 IMPORTS PHONE 267-813- 5 F03 cuauty, in:u::d GUARANTY? ViCX and ASK OUR EXPERT "CARE FOR YOUR LAWN ADVICE FOR GREENER LAWNS THIS SPRING" COLONIAL- SALES ifi The children will also take part in a parade. A picnic will be served as the noon meal and a fried chicken meal in the evening will be in the form of a victory dinner. 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