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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Lions back hockey Gordon Brown, left, president of the Clareshclm Lions Club, presents $380 to Ed Meyerhoffer, vice-president, of the Claresholm Minor Hockey Association. It came from a Lions Grey Cup pool, 9!l!ill!!!��IIIIIIHHIIIII!�l!!lil!!!y^ .....;i !Ui iilMUIUii I UliM! IM=! iH i: 1^1 ij!! l: I i;iil hi I-iMi; Butterflies are Free Robison's new production COALDALE (HNS) - The well-known Coaldale Little Theatre group will stage a dramatic production under the direction o� Murray J. Robison. Butterflies Are Free will be performed in the Yates Memorial Centre at Letlibridge April 23 and 24. It is an adult comedy in three acts. The cast includes Mrs. Murray (Kaye) Robison, Jean Graham, David Mann and Ed Bayly. This is flic first play by the Coaldale Little Theatre after a lull of three years. They have won numerous trophies in provincial and Dominion competitions. �iiiiiiniiiiiiiin IlilHIilllill Bill! Orthopaedic parley set for doctors CARDSTON (HNS) - The second in a series o� regional conference programs, sponsored by the University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine, will be held here Wednesday. Feb. 7. "Orthopaedic problems related to gait and weight bearing" will be discussed at the Cardston Clinic beginning at 2 p.m. Dr. Vince Murphy, a well-known Calgary orthopaedic surgeon who has had wide experience with common orthopaedic problems seen in everyday practice, will participate in discussions as a resource person. Doctors in the Cardston area encompassing Pincher Creek, Fort Macleod and Goleman are invited to attend this conference. For further information contact regional chairman, Dr. Burns Larson, at the Cardston Clinic, 653-3331. Garden creator dies at 70 By NANCY MILKS fecial Correspondent KIMBERLEY - Creator of Kimberley's famous H o s pital Garden, Albert Charles (Ab) Lilley was buried Wednesday. He died suddenly at the age of 70. He was born . at Balgonie, Sask. He came to Kimberley when it was little more than Mark Creek crossing and began Sullivan mine work. He was employed by Cominco in Chapman Camp after development of the concentrator, processes of which developed into its famous fertilizer. Toward showing effectiveness of this nitrate growth stimulant, Cominco selected a jagged barren mountain rock outcrop in the vicinity of its MeDougall Hospital on the high Townsite, filled it with soil and the additive, put in a greenhouse and Mr. Lilley landscaped the area and developed it into Kimberley's most famous beauty spot, now adjoining its new hospital. He was an ardent sportsman, and is survived by his wife, Rose at their home, a son, Les, well-known hockey player, and daughter, Mrs. F. T o I a r (Ethel), Pasco, Wash., a sister, Mrs. W. H. Edmonds, Areola, Sask., and seven grandchildren. A brother Archie, died at Kimberley several years ago. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS -:- CIRCULATION -:- JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore - Phone 562-2149 mm Bellevue awaits okay on $425,000 sewer plan BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau)-The Village of Bellevue is awaiting provincial cabinet approval on a grant of $425,000 to assist the village to install a sewer system and new water mains. Cost of the entire project is estimated at $600,000. The village will have to raise its $150,-000 share by 25-year debentures. W. Yurko, Minister of the Environment, and representatives of the Alberta Housing Corporation, the municipal engineering branch and the department of municipal affairs, Mayor Jim Fisher, councillor Howard Bennett and secretary Florence Hannem of the village of Bellevue, met at Edmonton recently to discuss sewage and water problems the village is facing. The provincial government offered aid to the village at this time. Friday, February 2, 1973 - THE VETHBRIDGE HERAtD - 3 'Pass gov't parley set for Feb. 7 at Frank BELLEVUE (CNP Bweau)-A meeting with all 'Pass councils will be held at Frank Feb. 7 to discuss the Crowsnest Pass local government study. Don Dececco of Blairmore council is chairman of the study committee. Two applications for tax rebates by new homeowners with homes built in 1972 were given a five per cent reduction. Application by the village for a $11,000 grant through the LIP program, for repairs to the local arena, was turned down. The hamlet of Hillcrest ap- plied for a $12,000 grant for arena repairs and was also turned down. Al MacQuarrie and Fred Painter, represcntatives of C U PE, met with council regarding the 1973 agreement for Bellevue public works employees. Council stood firm on its offer of a $30 per month increase across the board for each employee. CUPE, who accepted the village's offer, had requested a 7.5 per cent increase on the 1972 salary and other fringe benefits. Engineer explains study BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau-George Geddes, consulting engineer for Underwood McLellan and Associates, recently explained the Crowsnest Pass study dealing with public utili-t i e s, public works equipment and improvement roles for local government. The report was completed in September, 1972, and was coiu-missioned by the provincial government. Mr. Geddes indicated that due to the various methods of bookkeeping in the several towns of the Pass, there are difficulties ii assessing the true values of some items. Women aid Natal hospital NATAL (HNS) - The Ladies Auxiliary to the Michel-Natal District Hospital recently presented $798 for new equipment for the hospital. Equipment purchased through the work of the aux- iliary includes two dressing carts, a suction pump, interven-ous poles, a resuscitator, a croup tent and mattresses. All of the equipment is transferrable to the new hospital when it is built. Johnson inquest Feb. 22 SPARWOOD (HNS) - Coroner Dr. E. Luzod of Sparwood has ordered an inquest into the Jan. 16 death of truck driver Ross Johnson, 36. Date of the. inquest is Feb. 22. Johnson was killed when the fuel tanker he was driving left the road at the approach to the Elk Valley Bridge and plunged into the river. Sparwood district aided NATAL (HNA) - Doug Stewart, member of Parliament, says the District of Sparwood has received a federal government grant of $8,650 under the Local Improvements Program. The grant covers the completion of Centennial Square and work on the cemetery. Mrs. Skroki plans show NATAL (HNS) - Sparwood r e c r e ation complex projects committee has heard plans to hold a musical revue and talent show at the end of March. Mrs. Susan Skroki is going to produce the show. A cordial invitation has been extended to anyone interested in either performing or helping in anyway. The high school boys will be building the cupboards for the kitchen of the recreation hall. Casino set NATAL (HNS) - The Sparwood recreation complex will be aided by a Casino night tentatively scheduled for March 10. The Sparwood Badminton Club will sponsor the event, and proceeds will go toward the recreation complex. Ambulance: call 562-2831 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - Emle Luini, administrator at the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital, has announced that the telephone number for the hospital and for the 'Pass Ambulance service has been changed and is now 562-2831. COME GET THESE BUY FRO SAFEWAY TURKEYS Here's You arwe to Save Extra Big LY ANN BREAD Fresh White or Brown Sliced 20 oz. Net Wt, Loaf CRISP CARROTS I Alberta Grown Canada No. 1 Cello Bag I I POTATO BANANA Canada No. 2 Washed Gems or Reds Cello Bag ....................... 20 8 CQLDEN YELLOW ...................... PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lelhbridge Feb, 2 -3. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities, SAFEWAY $4.19 lbs. I lbs. I mew -t-''' CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;