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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, frrM 7-1. 1972 7MC lEIUBPIDGE 1ITRA1D 3 icFadden recites 'Tragedy' HY HVTII llrrald STIRLING Speech mts stu- dents, :nul elocution in- structor Mrs. MiirKiirel HaugR met for licr prc-festivnl recital recently. Slier I McKciddrn, 1-3, of Lclli- brklgc, everyone with licr portrayal n[ The Tragedy of Nan by Jnlm MjjsL'tield. Miss AlcKadilcn has been studying speech iirLs for more than four years will) Mrs. Stic tuus won silver medals am] a schol- arship for her presentations. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barry McFadclen of Lclhbridgc. she is doing some outstanding work in speech arts Ihroufili Iho Mount Royal Conservatory, Calfiary. Miss McKaddeu won a bronze medal and a mark of SO for her speech arts theory and a S2n scholarship and pilvcr medal for achieving a mark of 85 in the practical examination in Grade 7 speaking work. The awards were presented at the convocation held earlier this year in the Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary. She slarlctl four years ago. Monlrjomcry, 17, of Lcth- britlge, sliou-al fine latent licr porlrayal of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. Gloria Katnitomo, 17, of Ray- mond, bcaulifvilly recited E. J. Trail's The Dying Eagle. Both of these girls have also received medals and praise foi llieir past speech arts work. MISS McFAUDKN The youngest of Uic 31 per- ormcrs was Cheryl Holme, 5, if HaymoLid. She shows a nat- iral lalcnl and has been study- tig for a short time. Senior performer Mrs. Grace of Milk River recited a poem by John ;cy of Welling. Two separate duologues were ,jivcii. The lirsl was Booth Tai Kindlon's by I w o o u n talented boys from iVrcnlliam, Gurry and Billy Vulson. A highly dramatic duologue, JharloUc's Web by E. P. White, was presented by two Raymond teen-aged girls. Dona CJalbraith portrayed the emo- .ional pig and Diane Keeler was tlic practical rat. No grades were given. This was a recital to demonstrate abilities and to help gel tlic students ready for the Kiwanis Music Festival at Lcthbridge. The festival will sec some ex- cellent performances from these students. There will be 70 selections from tins group. lurfents of Mrs. Marge r el 7auqg listed. Names In paren flics Is in, icted 1he preceding name. LYRIC POETRY prolhy Ann Palmer, Raymond: fi'Jd Oishi, Stirling; Roger Hoi I Raymond [Gloria San Kamitnmo, Raymond: Jirn Slev lion, Raymond; Carolyn Keeler aynicfld; Atarcia DrevrerlOfi, HA. Claine tf.ilmlnmo, Raymond, Doug In 5 Kocler, Raymond; Oa vies. Lcfhbr.dge; Corlney Drewerron Magrath; and fffi. Grace Snow, tAlfl River. DRAMATIC POETRY Cheryl flohnp, Raymond (G I aria Sylvia Olshi, Stirling, Jctnn Sfevcnson, Raymond; Shauna PfirV 5, Raymond; Shcrllyn Pali Raymond (Bofh Palmer, Raymond (Btlh S ha una Haider, Raymond (Ruth Hal Sharcn Miller, Raymond (Rulh Diane Bridge, Raymond (Ruth Wiaureen Snow, MIIK River (Grace Srvowt; Karren Sleveson HaymMtd; Billy Nelson, Wrenlham anrj Gary Knighl, Lelhbridge. PROSE Gary Kamilomo, Raynrvxid. DUOLOGUE Gerry and Billy Mellon, Wrenlham, Dana Galbrallhj and Diane Keclcr Rayrnond. SOLO SCENES Lee Menlgornery, Uelhbrldqe; Stnar V-cFartdrn, Lelh bridge; and Gloria VilisicTu' INTERLUDES Piano solo, Billy Ntison, Wrentham piano duel. Dawn and Kalhy navies TAVO school bus routes to ended at Piiiclier PFNCIIKR CRKKK fSpocial) Havins reduced the 'budget by culling ciovn on teach- ing slflff and by culling in oilier areas, the hoard of trustees of the Pinrhcr Creek school riivi- Fion turned it.s allcnlion to transportation ils April meeting. A survey of all routes bad been made. The hoard proposed t licit Side of heifers is tentative 1'IN'CtIKR TRF.EK f SpeciaH At a recent meeting of Lhc newly-oryanixcd Pincher Crmek ('altlc Brordcrs Associalion, tentative plans were laid in connection with holding a se- lective auction salo next fall of commercial 01- rcgislered fe- males. The dircclors will make en- thronchout the1 commu- nily to determine whether or not such a caltlc is war- ranted. The next directors mccling is scheduled for the middle of May, ondinfi he reorganized so tha routes can be eliminated This will mean a saving ii salary and a need to purchasi fewer vans as replacements. It was proposed side run that lake the bus off the mar route by up to one-half a mil he discontinued. Grants from the cleparLmcn of education were frozen years a.Fio and expenses havi men. These chanpes arc bein; forced by economic conditions Departmental regulations ii dicatc side nms of miles o less should be discontimicc The board felt thai action L this effect would be rathe harsh and limited it to onel; a mile for now. The changes are intended I go into effect at the beginnJn of the new school year, Anyon having questions or concerns i connection with these propose changes should call the loca trustees or the divisional i (ice. These changes would mean saving of in operalio expenses for a full year (aboi from September to cembcr, 1072) and about in capital expenses. OPEN TONIGHT TIRED OF THE MUMBO JUMBO ON YOUR ore complicated Why brew up n slorm? Toko your return lo H R BLOCK. devel. oped the magic formula: Fait jervico guoranlccd accurate by propafcrs. You'll H's just what Ifie "doclor" nrdcrcd. We guarantee accurate preparation of overy tax return. If we make any errors that cost you penalty or In- Icrcsl. we will pay only llial penally or Interest. Canada'j largcil In krvite Wilfi Over EOOO OflTcei In florlh imtrkj toil opportunely for Boiie Herd Applicalioni Moy lit. 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-5 Saturday Phono 327-3712 APPOINTMENT HECEISARY BILL BUTTERWICK AS FINIAN MdONERGAN .R RACHEL LUCA AS SUSAN MAHONEY Win badges NATAL (HNS) Proficiency acigcs were recently prcsctit- d to successful Brownies in joth the Second anil Third ipanvood Brownie Packs. Housekeeper and cool: badges went lo Mailine Lc- lenne; collec'or's lo Shelly Taylor; cook's Ijaclgc (o roanno Chalmers and Uremia Chalmers; collector's badrje to lusan Nowofny; weaver badge o Katrin Brocckcl and the Rar- dener badge lo Charleiie De- Anna. Tho pack also lhanked Su- zanno and Marianne N'owotny lio prwenfwl a lo-ininutc ict show at tbe previous meet- ng of flic pack. Third Brownie pack member Tammy GrocuU received her ictkeepnr's and writer's jadges and C'aren Jloormau and Cindy received collector's badges. Thank 'caller' KORT SIACI.F.On (Special1! J[ a nk Graveland presented Mr. and Mrs. Vic Dasli with a 2ift at. the wind-up dance of the Fort Maclcod Square Dance Club. Mr. Dash hr.d called (or the club during its weekly dances ror the past season. Officers are: Jack Kdpar. president; Hank Cravcland. vicc-prcsiilent: Kvelijic Edgar, secretary. Revised bylaw TAKER (IINS1 A revised lo regulate hours here was presented to council recently with no action taken following n rcviev.' o[ [lie bylaw by Mayor Arthur II. Avcry. Action is e.vjeclcd tonight. Install officers NATAL (IIXS) The Callui- lic Women's T.eapuc ol St. Mi- chael's P.lrish recently hislnll- officers us follows: Mrs. May Kowall, president: Mrs. Sophie Krall, IsL vice-presi- dent; Mrs. Yvonne lintler, vicc-prcsiclcnl; Mrs. House, ruxl vice-president; Mrs. Carol I.filasy, treasurer and Mrs. Katharine Marj' Chain, secre- tary. Nominated CTANBROOK Ren Posvcll, parlner in Today Tulilicalions Ltd. of Kinibcrlcy anrl Cranhrook nnfl mnnacinr; editor of the Cranbrnok Couri- er, was unopposed nominee for Kootcnay ridinfi in Ihc anlici- palccl provincial cleclion. He was chosen hy (ho Prosrossivc C o n s e r valivc Association in convention licrc. Special FOHKMOST -A superb pcr- fnrnitincc Hill Bultcrwick ns Kiiiian McLoiiorpan aiul t li P marvellous singing voice of Demise Lafson as liis clauglitor Slinron n recent pro- riuction ol Iho musical riiiian's ninljcnv, Almost l.QOO people attended performances and tlioi student, dress rclicars- DKMSE LARSON Hie Community Hall. was si n yed by I he Fore- Society. Tlie aiiflieiKOS, drawn from oil soiiilioi) Alberts. lavish in llieir praise of tlio featured -53 The play was under the di- reclion of Alyce Bullerwick and musical rlirrrlor Ann McNancy. Bill Jl'.itlenvick, has con- sidernhle stage experiem-'C n stalwnrl of the annual Hop- Sliow, a coin- m and ing performanrc in t li e ftfrs. Pierre, Eugene named child care directors CIIANDROOK (S p e c i a Koolenay Hand members arc. Thnnfzh various professional St. Shiiswap. Upper and Indian affairs (li-purlmenl' attenderl and spoke al the annual Kootenay Indian Dislficl Cunncil nn'otintr, the five member reserves firmly made it their ov.n Prolje cos I of Columbia, Tobacco Plains and Lower Columbia. They named Joe Pierre, St. Mary's, chairman, and Sandy Bcnalli, secretary, u it li is'i ck Gravelle They took a lead over the slowJy organizinif Ensl Koo- tcnay Cin'ld Care Society in naming its first permanent di- litlo ]'olc. Ifis strong perform-o ancc and Irish accent, lluil ;il tmici bordered on tlic did inucli to bind the pro- duction into a cohesive unit 1'inian is a cJrcamcr and pcr- [K'lual oplimisl, looking for an easy way to make money. The1 Md.onprgan theory thai the soil around Foil Knux mves Anniversary LAKE (1INSJ 1 Mr. nnrl Mrs. Chris lirnnlncr. I formerly of lliis dibtrict and of LcihUridce, celebrated 1 li'.rir 'lolh '.icddint; anniversary uilh n tarn-ly supper. Tlicy rc- ccnllv returned from Palm IMniilps, Calif. the f l in there its phenomen- al qualities is a central thrme. He has to bend the truth, real- ity and at limes credulity lo make his theories bear fruit, en lo the point of "borrow- ing'1 a crock of gold from an unsuspecting leprechaun. Dcnise Larson's fine voice did justice lo such well known numbers as, How Arc Things in filocca Morra? and Look to the Rainbow. She combined wet with both Mr. Bullerwick and Albert Kardash who played the part of her suitor Woody. Old Devil Moon, Tf This Isn't Love and (JrcaL Come and GcL I( Day thrilled everyone. The comedy role belonged lo Paul Rortnem in the pait of the leprechaun Og Mr. 13 o r t n c m went, from strength to strcnglh, and aniics were a delight particu- larly lo the younger members of his audience. His grief over the loss of the Crock of gold and tiis ecstasy an discovering that it wasn't so bad being a mortal called for a concentrated effort on the ac- lor's part. His portrayal of these con- IraMim! moods, and change ol pace wore particularly effec- tive. The1 demanding part of Susan Mnlicncy, who remains silent Sophie Pierr Mrp. F.uszcnr. I Ibrouphout nnirh nt Hie play Mr. Pierre is regional Indian I speaks only her board urges CI.AIUOSllOI.M The Trustees of the Willow Creek school division a jno- lion ;it ii iL'ten! lo ask the Alberta School Trustees As- sertion to make a survey of cost of busing sludcnls lo costs could be rtclt'nninc reduced. Other school boards jirc to be sVcd In co-operate with a sur- vey and bus uoM study. Trustee Getirgo know our costs are lower vocational r n (i employment -ellor (or posl-Fecoiulary ind adult Indians, suppleinciil- up Ihe iiervii-es of Miss Pally home-school co-ordina- or foi- Indian c'liUlrcn. Bolh serve all five reserves Tom Cranhrook school board Building olfices. The child CM re appoint mrnl.s rose from the problem of find- ing b o a r d i n K homes wiihin school hns for Indian students. This could be on an inlc- About -10 cents a mile, he noted. Dr. Alan superin- lendcnt ol schools, said the cost was mil.s in MIL' County of Mountain View they e their own garage and do llioir own Ail (Irani remarked that costs were high, and Ger- ald Lcrec. llic Parkland trus- fiaviipf1 uas needed. "V.'c're inn tn ,nr hour when wo piill inlo a pri one (ruslce LC marked. Lloyd Rarr snid: can sec Mils could lead lo more cen- tralization." Mrs, K n y White nddcdi ''People wouldn't sland for il." grated or segregated home ba- sis on or off any of tlic five re- ves to tide over stndeuls whose homes arc disrupted. Also discussed by Ihc council was the function of Us commu- nity development officer, Eddie Moi-itfeau of SI. Mary's Re- servo, appointed !asl August. Those attending were informed his help was available lo all five reserves in sclf-iniliatccl community-oriented projects. Exemplified was presentation by Ihn band of to area light middleweight hoxing Willie lienalli lowarcl his rcceni rnfry for Iho Cana- dian Amateur boxing title al Calgary. fl was emphasized I hat Mr. function was not limited to spnrls lint continued inlo any constructive project spontaneously started In' any of (he five reserves to extend outside tlic reserve as it gather- ed momentum. dancing fcul, was well played :iy I.uia. Paul Ciesla was terrific as S e n a t o r Billboard Hawkins, ivho suffers llic misfoilunc (for liirnt of turning black when one of the erork of gold's wishes is accidentally used. The satirical theme of Amer- ican soriety based on easy cred- it wns well brought, out in the production, subtly blended with frequent sorlccs into Irish folk- lore and human naively. Accompanists wore f'harlollc Buis and Ann Mc.Nmiey. Set design was by Paul Cies- la, and set conslrucliou by Ash- ley Bullcrwick. Stage construction w n s hy II a r v e y Reacome and Lcs Smith, were by Del- ores llougcn and Tliclma Stev- ens. Finian's Rainbow is based on a book by E. Y. Ilarburg and Fred iJiiidy, witli muaic by Ilur- lon I.anc and lyrics by E. V. Harburg. It was onginally produced on Broadway al Ihc Forty Sixth Stroel Theatre. Opening in Jan- nary it ran for per- formances. Meets Monday COALDALI-: (1INS) The Coiildale Arts and Crafls club will meet .ii p.m. Monday, April 2-1. in Ihc Sportsplcx arls and crafls room. Meets April 26 COALDAU-; (IINS) The annual meeting of the Conldalc Community Hall board will held at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 2fi, in the, hall. Main items of business: fi- nancial standing, permanent closure of the hall, disposal of properly and assets, A good attendance is request- ed. 3 naw members NATAL Al a recent meeting (jf Ihc Ladies Auxili- ary to Michel Aerie No. Fraternal Order of throe new members ucre wel- comed: Rose Echman, Ruth Peterson anil Olive Krcisc. The group also made a con- Iribution of towards fluids supporting cancer, mus- cular disli ophy and Endi eoli Homo management. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere GUIDANCE COUlSfSEUOR Wiss Eileen Jones oE Roy- mo" d counsels sludenls in the County of 40-f.Me. Her work will lake her lo all junior and senior hinn schools in I ho counly. She lias a piaster's deg ree from Brighcrn Young University. Miss Jones v.-ill vlsil pnrculs lo discuss school proqrams. She work teacfiers and school librarians to i nip rove existing prog re ms. Her hobbies nrfi sewmgj readfng, hiking end cycling. Taog Phofo LIFE MEMBERSHIP Barney Slaldine. left, receives o life membership in the Foremost branch of the Royal Canadian Legion from Rulon Hirsehe of Forl Maclcod. The presentation was made a! the iccenl 25th anniversary of tho Foremost branch. Distilled, and Bolllcd in Scolfand by White Iforsr; Distill'irp Ucf. Scnil.inrl Safety, Traction, Stability and fmproved Fuel Economy Nine Ply Puncture Projection YOKOHAMA RADIALS Stop and Compare MILE GUARANTEE 190? 2 Avenue S. Phone 327-3560 'V.'C KNOWINGLY UNODPSUl ;