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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta May 9, 1972 THE LfTHBRIDG! HERAID 3 APPLAUD CENTENNIAL SINGERS Fart Macleod Cenlennial Singers performed its first concert to a packed auditorium in the G. R. Davis School at Fort Maclsod recently. Above, Diane and Sandra D'Andrea smile over their squeeze-boxes. Left photo: Susan Schwindt performs while sister Sherry turns the music pages. Top right: Fort Macleod songbird Brenda Milne performs. Bottom right: Molher Bear is played by James Collar. John Milne wears Goldilocks wig. Swihart Photos Event signals Centennial Artificial flowers must go RAYMOND (HNS) There will be no increase in summer care fees [or the Temple Hill Cemetery for the current sea- son. Those who pay a yearly care lee will pay People who have purchased Canada Sav- ings Bonds in the name of Temple Hill Cemetery will not pay a current fee as interest from the bonds takes care of the fee. Artificial flowers will not be permitted in the cemetery May to September. Those who have placed flowers will he asked to co-operate by removing them until the time arrives when they may be returned to the cemetery. William Coppieters was en- gaged as a monlly sexton. Mr. Coppieters has been sexton for a number of years. The Email, new evergreen trees, to replace those trees which winter killed during 1909 and 1970, were reported as hav- ing been received and planted. The trees were obtained through the County of Warner from Hie Alberta government. The first of the tulips have started to show blooms. FORT MACLEOD (HNS) Spring Festival was presented by the Forl Macleod Centen- nial Singers to a packed audi- torium in the G. R. Davis School recently. The 50-voice girls' choir was formed last September by Mrs. Marjorie Hart and Mrs. Louise Collar. The two women, had been working with church choirs and felt a larger group would serve as a means of promoting the town's 100th birthday. Master of ceremonies was Noel Doherty, principal of the school. He said: "For a relatively small town, we arc blessed with unlimited talent." He praised the two women for "digging out" this talent. Included on the program was a school choir of 50 boys, also directed by Mrs. Hart. Art Dee, bandmaster from Calgary, was on deck with the Fort Macleod Senior Band. Rounding out the variety pro- gram were Jodi Dyck and Sherry Eden in a clarinet duet; Sandra and Diane D'Andrea with accordians as big as themselves; Susan and Sherri Schwiudt, sister pianists; Lets Milne and Diane Maxwell on the melody bells; soloist Mi Brenda Milne and her accom- panist, Len Zoeteman with hi accordian; a group of Can Can dancers, proteges of Mrs. Pat Kellington; a skit, narrated by Mrs. Del Schmidt and entitled, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, music provided by Mrs. Collar, Ken Hart, Bob Hart and Roy Albert. To use community centre TABER (HNS) The Taber Golf and Curling Club will con- tinue to use the community centre facilities with no change in rental from the S6.000 paid during the past year. The rates include for curling and for golf club use of the cluh rooms. The decision was made recently by the town council. Presenting a strong case for continuing the rental figure, club president Lewis Pollard said that the club boasts 85 ju- nior curlers and about 75 ju- nior golfers who should war- rant some public support. Mr. Pollard advised the council that a ice surfacer being purchased for curling ice would be available for the skating and hockey rinks, and that the golf club's multiple gang mower could be used on the Confederation Park. Council approved use of loader and trucks for one day to maintain the golf course. Approval was also given for the club to install air condition- ing in the upper lounge, and agreed to term financing of the cost of the equipment be- ing purchased. John Dick speaks at UBC 011 iniiie scene NATAL (HNS) Kaiser Re sources Limited reclamation supervisor John Dick recently presented a paper at a sym- posium entitled "Environmen- tal Management and the Mining Scene." II was held at Cecil Green Park, University of British Col- umbia. Mr. Dick's topic was "Kaiser Resources' Reclamation Pro- gram.'1 Haigli continues 011 town PINCMEn CREEK (Special) At the recent town council meeting, a letter was presented j from Ihe town solicitors which explained lhat in order for j them to proceed with the; court's ruling on the incli gibili- ty of Councillor Oliver Ilaigb, a Jobless benefits talk set TAEER (HNS) A public meeting concerning unemploy- ment insurance and the new sickness benefits policy will be held at the W. R Myers High School here commencing at p.m. Wednesday, May 10. j William Larson of the Unem-1 ploymenl Insurance Commis- lon, Calgary, will address the meeting and answer questions from the audience regarding the two programs. The meeting is being sponsor- ed jointly by the employees labor unions of the local Cana- dian Factories Ltd. and Mac- donalds Consolidated (Cornwall Canning Company) plants. Heart blitz completed CARDSTON The Cardston Municipal Hospital Ladies Auxiliary raised S100 on a ticket sale on a Barbie doll and wardrobe. Todd Stoddard of Vernon, B.C., four-year old grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Hay Etoddard o! Cardston, won. The women completed the heart blitz which was delayed because of the deep snow. A bake sale is being planned for May 12. Proceeds of this sale will provide a warming closet for the hospital. Mrs. L. M. Paton and Mrs. Bums Lar- son are in charge. resolution with more explicit instructions was required. Councillor Brad Sawyer In- troduced a resolution in this respect which slalral: "Where- as, Ihe council is of the opinion lhat Mr. (J. llaieh is ineligible to sit on council by reason of his position with liie hospital, which hospital has a contract with Ihe town under which money nf Iho municipality is payable and may become pay- able and which contract the said Mr. 0. Haigh has an in- direct pecuniary interest, there- fore, be it resolved that: In (he event that Mr Haigh shall not resign his scat on council with- in three days of this resolution, Ihe town solicitors shall apply to a judge declaring his seat vacant." The motion was defeated through opposition from Coun- cillors Olyslager, Sorgc, Burns and Higa. Councillor Haigh ab- stained from voting. In lieu ol this, the town will seek no further course of ac- tion in an endeavor to invali- date Mr. Haigh's council seat. Letters were read from the Pincher Creek MD proposing that should the town council agree, it would have unrestrict- ed use of the road leading to its shop properly and it would favor annexation of the Char- subdivision, exclusive of the shop properly. The MD would also accept re- sponsibility for the mainten- ance oi the road providing heavy equipment was allowed full access. Council accepted the proposal as outlined by the MD. Council agreed to instigate a policy of issuing complimentary parking tickets to bonafide tourisLs in lieu of citations for any infractions. Incorporated in an amend- ment to the existing bylaw cov- ering pels will be a fine for persons failing to licence their dogs and a sliding scale of pound fees vdiich would In- crease for repeat offenders. The SPCA will be contacted regarding regulations before a new pound Is construcled. Ambulance service to the Peigan Reserve will be discon- tinued by Ihe Town of Pincher Creek Aug. I due to the abuse made of the service. Eiilerlaiiinicnl program starts TABER (HNS) At its first meeting since being elected at the recent annual meeting, the board of directors ot the Taber Pioneer Club considered an entertainment program for the year and set Wednesday. May 10 at 8 p.m. tor a card party in the community ecu tre blue room. Also planned is a trip to southern Alberta points of in- terest sometime in June, the dale to be set at the next ex- ecutive meeting M a y 28. A club picnic is scheuled [or July 9, at the provincial park. Officers for the ensuing year are Mrs. Sylvia Kinniburgh president. William Galvin vice-president, M r s. Margaret Lindquist secretary, and Evan Hall treasurer. Board mem- bers are George Strain, Rich- ard Bailey. Jerome Platt. Mrs. Olive Jolinson, Edward J. Hemplc and Harry B. Myers. William D. Kinniburgh is past president. At (he end of its second sea- son, the Pioneer Club boasts 452, and membership is report- ed on the increase. Among the qualifications for membership is residence in Alberta for 50 years. Tax rate dips CRANBROOK (Special) With May IS deadline tor strik- ing 1972 nnmicipal mill rale by Ihe city. Cranbrook school dis- trict mill rate has now been es- tablished at 33.03. This applies alike In muni- cipal and rural property tax in Fleming, Linda Machacek and Lorraine Rutz. Golden Bars Lynda Bcr- rigan, Sylvia Berrigan. Donna Cutforlh, Cammy Fleming, De- anna Myson. Karen Shearer. ErowTiing Wings Dawn De- Boer and Sharon MCneely. BADGES World Friendship, Artist's Ihe school district and is down j and Art Appreciation badges from 1971's 34 05 mills. Formula derives from an an- nually variable provincial basic rale applicable over the entire province, which rose this year lo 25.70 mills from 24.50. Cranbrook's school rale bene- fits from this, and also from substantially higher assessment in municipal area. Cranbrook school district budget lor 1972 is S3.408.844, up from 1971's which was wifliin the 10 per cent in- crease range allowed provin- cially without recourse to rale- payer rartfication. Win badges BARONS The annual ban- quet of Ihe 1st Barons Brownie Pack was addressed recently by Miss Chris Fazio, captain of the 3rd Lcthbridge Guide Com pany. Mrs. Ellen Johnson and Mrs. Edith Dooliltle were special guests. The toast to the Queen was given by Miss Sharon McXeely. Miss Dawn DeBoer gave the toast (o (lie world-wide Brownie movement. Other toasts were given. Badges were awarded as fol- lows: Golden Hand Sylvia Ber- rigan, Dian Cutforlii, Sherry Southern Sires Ltd. Are Holding an A-l SCHOOL May 15th through the 19th 9 a.m. lo 5 p.m. (If enough are interested) Ploaio contact: Southern Sires Ltd. P.O. Box 357, Lclhhridga or Phono 328-9671 were presented to Sherry Flem- ing, Linda Machacek, Diane Cutforth 2nd Sharon McNeely. Artist's and Art Appreciation badges went to Cammy Flem- ing. Donna Cutforth. Karen Shearer, Lynda Berrigan, De- anna Myson. Sylvia Kerrigan Lorraine Rutz and Janet Me- Necly. Cook's badges went in D e a n n a Myson, Sylvia Berrigan and Lorraine Rutz. Writer's badges were ivon by Daivn DeBoer, Lorraine Rutz and Sylvia Berrigan. Sylvia Berrigan also won her Housekeeper's and Book Lov- er's badges. Lorraine Ruiz Housekeeper's and Colleclor's badges. Dawn DeBoer won World Friendship and Craft badges. Ridge tours NATAL (HNS) Bus lours of the Kaiser Resources Limit- ed llarmcv Ridge operation will re-commence June 7. A bus, provided by Ihe com pany, leaves the main office area at 1 p.m. each Wed- nesday. Anyone wishing to go on a tour may contact the KRL per- Nominated CLARESHOLM I Chartrand, water utility super- intendent for the Town of Claresholm lias been nomin- ated for a seat on the board of directors for the Western Can- ada Waler and Sewer Confer- ence which is affiliated with the American Water Works Associ- ation. Badminton ace FORT MACLEOD Darcy Zimmer, Grade 12 stu- dent from the F. P. Walshe High School, placed second in the provincial badminton play- offs at Calgary. He has rated this honor for three consecutive years. Also representing Une south- ern zone was Pat Burke. He placed third in his class. Terry Legg is their coach. Paahi remanded CRANBROOK (Special Conlinuing country court as- sizes. Judge Michelangelo Pro- venzano has remanded Rene Kim Paahi, 18, of Ymir [or sentence on jury conviction of a car theft charge last Oct. 16. The car belonged to Elvin Ehro, Cranbrook. Mrs. Alary Ivcnncr named chairman of CARS campaign COALDALE Mrs. Mary Rcnncr will serve as chairman of Ihe Picture Bulte campaign commitlce. of The Canadian Arlhrilis and Rheumatism So- ciely, it was announced here. I Mrs. Rentier h e a d s a group of volunteers from the Cath- olic Women's League who will raise funds during September for I h e sociely's attack on arthritis. The Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Socicly seeks lo improve delivery of health care services for arthritis pa- tients. In the past 22 years it has brought the problem of rheu- matic diseases from almost to- tal neglect lo a point where control of arthritis may not ue far away. Much has been accomplished, hut much, much mnre needs lo be done. The society asks sup- port in ils campaign so lhat it may heller serve the people of [his community. sonnel office 8206 no later Tuesdays. by phoning -I2.> lhan 4 p.m. on Shower held NOBLEFORD (HNS) A miscellaneous shower for Miss Elaine Erickson was attended here recently by 00 women. II was held in the Christian Reform Church. The program included sing- Ing, n game and a reading. Miss Erickson will be Ihe bride of Robert Yander Would. More district Oii 16 These Are The Lcthkidgc Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area PINCHER CREEK MRS. EDWARD LUNN (Special Correipondcnl) Box 213 CARMANGAY MBS. JOHN IETAL P.O. 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