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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wodnejdoy, May 31, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Z9 MARK ANNIVERSARY Mr. cind Mrs. Cecil Gilliei recently celebrated their 50lh anniversary with friends and relatives ot Picture Butte. They were married May 18, 1922. Mr. Gillies has formed in the area since 1917 and is slill active in farming with his son Floyd. They also have a daughter, Mrs. Gibb (Cecilia) Drake and six grand- children at Picture BultQ. -5. P.Johnson. Pholo Iron Crutch plays for 120 _l_ V nuisl Srlinnl hrrl In i ho l nf lltp school 1'be Irnn Cni'ch merit Ms r.priiiE mnrcrt.. A (Tiiwfl of nnly was nn hand for ihc hour lontf program, directed ajid produced by mu- fiic teaclier Mrs. Gerald (Cher- Ic) Edlund. The program of popular folk and rock music opened with the choir sinking ''I Started a accompanied hy the group. Tins was followed by a girls sextet performing "Which Tax rate holds steady at 78 PICTUDE EUTTE fHNS) Again, as Ihcy have in the past three years, Picture Blllte counciiors set the same lax rr.te, 7.T mills. The budget uas for 1972 allcr considerable study hy the finance committee and the council. Capital expenditures totalling will include the paving of a (own business block, in- filallalion of a new water main along Iliyhuay Ave. and'instal- lation of a storm sewer along 4lh SI Budget provisions have been made lo install a HiRate water filter at Ihe water plant. By receiving the allotted por- tion of tile north county recrea- tion grant. Ihe Toun of Pic- ture Bui'e hopes Lo proceed to add the third phase lo the skat- ing rink. It wan noted Ihe School Foundation and unapproved .school icqnisilion cosl.s will amoiinl to mills of the total rale. Councillors Dunne Oliver, ll.-.rry and Ihe. scrrc- Karl Mcllrny. will allcnd Way You Gobi' Billy." "You've Cn{ a Friend'' war, the next Hem. followed hy Debbie .lack- son's rendition of "July Mora- ing." and the choir's pcrfraTn- anro of "Wimoweh." The Iron Crutch, led hy Mel Gaydos on guilar, wilh Don Elevens on drums and Calvin Kullgen at the organ, at times completely dominated the sing- ers, who probably gave better account of themselves than the audience was allowed lo appre- ciate. Piano accompaniment on some of the songs was com- pletely ineffectual against the background on the group. The choir came inlo their own more in the singing of Ihe well known "Ccorgy Girl" with which they coped well. This was followed by "Where Evil Grows1' and a duet hy Brcnda Moss and Rosy Waliman en- titled "Never My Love." Rina Stovel sang "Proud Man-." This was followed by Gordon Konno's version of tbe rock number "N.f.B." Roundup of it.. Vists hospitals PITURE BUTTE (IINS) i. P. Johnson recently visited tlic 'Pass Hospilal in regards lo physiotherapy. A letter was senl hy lite hos- pital board lo the Picture liullo j Canada Council for a study on uut'miiiig the USE jialieiH.-. inu of trfinspoi laiion of June opening lor new hole! at Cranbrook CRANBROOK (Special) Former owner operators of the Cecil Hotel in Vancouver, Roy and William Jakinovich, expect lo have Iheir half mil- lion dollar Coach House Motor Inn in Cranbrook open in June. Tlie two-storey 78-unit Dutch mold structure fronting 200 feet j is on three sides of a Jawn and I swimming pool court. It will include a dining-room coffee shop in the soulh and application has been made for a liquor licence. would receive from Ihc whhi- pool hath the club is donating. Donations were also acl.nou'- rural students lo and from schools. Canada Council grants are lodged from Mrs. T. Nolan and no( made lo institutions. Ihe women of the hospital anx- 1'1'e school division iliary for the purchase ol air-. last year for bus oper- conditioning units for the lios-' alions alone, pilal. H coMs Ihe division more fn Dip direclor of re- port, given by Mrs. Rose Mori- yama, it was noted that there were treatments given in physiotherapy and the occu- pancy for the past mon'.ii was M per cent. Mrs. Phyllis King, head cook and dietician, outlined lo the board the various courses she has completed which have than Slud.MM a year to lease' the buses. Tbe cost of gas, oil, tires and 1IWA parley 1 follows i internal strife proved very beneficial lo the j hospital. Realize FOREMOST (Special) A recent lunch sale hy Grade 5A al PC: emost School made more than for [he This is the sole survivor of Red Cross youth group, unrelated new triplet rcsorls The youngslcrs, under leach- on the highway Strip. The Tamarack Inn motor holel was started in 19G9 with unfleshed steel work standing gauntly for the past two years. Closer to city centre In Ihe "00 block of Tile Strip the shel- tering winter plastic thrown over the half-built cinder block Town and Country Inn is be- ginning to tatter. Started last fall, work- stopped abruptly the end of the year and has never re- sumed. VANCOUVER (CD The coast negotiating committee of the IntcrnatioiKd Woodworkers of America was lo meet today in the wake of a split between regional president Jack Moore and three Vancouver Island locals. Tlie met'ling bad originally been called lo discuss pro- posals made, last week by La- bor Minister James Cbabot in an effort lo resolve (he B.C. maintenance for the (id buses runs from flj'd lo 5300 per month. Tlie school division is not d lowed lo use lax-free purple gas and il does not have m nn lenancc or service facilities for its vehicles. Orders flags CLARKSIIOLM (UN'S) The Willow Creek school hoard lias passed a motion by Gcorpe Willis of Slavely lo have lire Canadian flag put up in each classroom in the division. 'There are about 50 class rooms without flags, the hoard was told. The flags will Ire 12 bj 5-1 inches and will cost ?2.35 each. Wheat quotas end in .June CIIAIHMAN Hon. f. f. Mcl.aiirin of Calgary, retired chief justice o[ the Allicru Siiprinic Coiirl. has IHTII appointed chairman nf Ilir Al- Press Council. The II- nicnilirr council uas fornic'l liy live daily ncnspanrrs in Alberta lo (lord witli public complaints ag.'tinM Ibr: [n'evs- cr Mrs. Roy Waliman worked I hard to make hot flogs and serve ice cream, potato chips foreJi'Tiidiistrv'tlisnutc' and donuts lo Iheir fellow slu-' l "lduillr> dents and staff I5ul 'hrce Island locals at The group uses its funds S meetings Monday group from such projects for needy children, Grant refused CLARESHOLM (HNS) The Willow Creek School board has teen luraed down in its request for a grant from the implicitly rejected a proposal lo establish a special commit- tee to advise the negotiating committee on demands by striking fallers. The Duncan, Pirt Alberni and Campbell River locals ad- journed with out voting on the proposal. closing date.s for Inur terminal ing quotas were announced Monday by I h e Canadian Wheat" Hoard. The live-bushel 13 quota foi durum wheat and the five- bushel B quota for herciiles du- rum wheat arc scheduled lo terminate June 13, 1972, and the two-bushel C quota for all grades of wheat and the five- bushel 1) quota for barley, all are scheduled lo terminate June 30, 1972. These quotas are currently In effect at all delivery points within the designated area. ITND II.UUVKLL. England iCP- Alomic scientists at a .research station may h.'r.'.'. i made a break-through in fight against crime. They found radioactive material i shows up fingerprints on clo- thing. After the substance is ;.rr plied to an article of clothing, il is x-rayed and the photographic print outlines the fingerprnt clearly. A spokesman for Scot- land 'Yard's forensic branch says the new proems "yn-'.i 1.3 exiremely valuable (o (lie po- lice, especially where case.- of sexual or other assaults are m- volvod." Mrs. Edlund explained to her audience that the rcsulls do nol always adequately relied the amount of effort that went Into 11m preparation of a concert of such music. While the youngsters wrre obviously at home with their own type of music, they real- ized that modem songs are more complex than is often realized. They must however, be given full credit for attempting an ambitious and different ap- proach lo the normal school concert. ITVlllg course TJLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) t'revenlive Social Scr- Cathy Chesney sang "I'd Like llas announced that a "De- o Teach the World lo Sim: fensivc Driving Course" will be t accompanied by Evelyn Jensen at the piano. Again Miss Jen- sen's fine talent was over- shadowed by the group. held in the CrowsnesL Consoli- dated High School June 5, 7, 12 and H Tlie four session course will run from S lo 10 The concert concluded wilh i o'clock each evening "Dpy is Done" led well bv I The course is open lo tbe Perry llollinpsworlh, which was I general public and fee has V SONS-SEARS easily the best item of the pro- gram. Miss Selimidt retimied to office PIXCHER CREEK (Special! the recent meeting o[ the Pinclier Creek" Chapter of (he Alberta Association of Register- ed Nurses Miss Diane Schmidt and Mrs. Carol Pinkncy were relumed lor their second term Ihe nvmicipal adminislration as president and vice-president at Banff from June 4 to 7. Foremost book set at per person. It is pointed out thai the course is not a driver training course in preparation for a license, but is planned to help exper- ienced drivers to drive defen- sively. The course trains driv- ers in methods applicable to avoid accidents even when the other driver is at fault. Drivers completing the course automatically receive a reduction of two points if they have a demerit record with the Alberta Motor Vehicles Branch. The training course is spon- sored through the Canada Safe- ty Council and persons wishing more information or wishing lo register should contact the Preventive Social Service of- fice at 562-2331, is (Speciali F.di- t'.'iia! (in.vu'c cnnimiitces arc s.honly lo lie linalizcd for f'C forthcoming hi: tun- book of Foremost All interested Firr hi' vilcd lo ,-illrnd Ihu ncxl meet- bic of llu1 Fni-einnsl and Dis- trict Chamber of Commerce to Eight attend CWL parley MILK RIVER The 11 i 1 k liivrr Catholic Women's League met recently in the Parish Hall information and arrange for a workshop lo he held here next fall in conneclien wilh a on I ''fresher course. Monday June .i ai p m I Mlss will con- Thc'edilorird committee has Ilacl Alrs' Mackenzie in already Iwiin research on the tn "rRanizo a baby sitting publication, and il is now neces-1 ln lllc fal1- Tllc Mrs. Laurie Watson will act as secretary, replacing Mrs. I Vera Gingras. Mrs. Alice Cook will replace Mrs. Diane Burns as treasurer. Committees: Mrs. Jean O'-sock, cliairmai'. Can1' Pinkoy. Mrs. Alice Cook and i Mrs. Laurie Wratson, program; Mrs. Doris Rowledge and Mrs. 1 Alice Cook, phoning; Mrs. Vera (Gingras, historian and public wilh members and five j relal'n'.is; Mrs. Phyllis Hodgson guests present. land Mrs. Glst'vs Climic, Wood Committee reported: serving donor clinics. a breakfast on Mollier's Day lo Mrs. Carol Pmkncy will nb- first Communicants 'and their families; and serving 235 at Ihe Erie Rivers graduation banquet. A motion was passed lo spon- sor a member for (2 a mile in Ihe wnlk-n-lhon, proceeds lo Ihe Milk River Swimming Pool Fund. sary to appoint a finance com- niillpc which will bi- re.-poiisi- blc for (lie ]iroposrfl ptlhlir-nliiin. due In hn pnhlishnl in A ;.rhri) ulcd fur Monday, .limn L'r. n prospective publisher of Ilic Work. The publisher, Ihe com will he limited lo m or '10 stu- dents. years and older. Mrs. Sadie and Mrs. Vora Cinrj-a.1; will be delegates nalmii I" hi- held .il finalizi'd before. Ihis milfees dale. The workshop will c-xamime nil of praluclion of Iho hir'.. decision will nlso he taken rt llu1 .Inne r> tiu'clini; as lo hoiin- rf Ilir uork, nnd Ihc mniuc uf itn Tt was reported seven mem- bers and Rev. Schuster attend- ed Ihc 501 h annnai CWL dioce- san rnnvrnlion at the Highland- er. ''Bleary. An rf pnrl nl gnldrn jubilfy wss given by Lorraine F.llcrl, J .senior members Lil- I10TTOMS IT' I'''in llovan, Cecilia Qiiinn, Ma- BAUNSLF.Y, England _. ric Ellcrt and Alma Kollcr Because Fred Roltom changed honored at (he meeting hy being presented blue and gold carnalion corsages. Tho spirllnnl program was conducted by Sandrn Pillmnn. Tea was won hy Joyce. Vornbrock. The mi'din" closed wilh difficulty (nn of bis new lunch served by llu- lioslcsscs, name: Frank Kmr-rson. i lonn Mllcri ami Doi.i Ilicralh. bis name, he and his pals cmp- licd their beer glasses to the last loast of "bottoms up.' After 111) years, "Ihc Bollom has al last fallen out of my he said belwecn pinls of ale. Some cheeky friends have! m Smart Spring Fashion Coats and Jackets Girls' Spring Coats Reg. to 99 OC .99 lo tovely Spring coals for the fashion minded young miss. Fashioned from nylon, cire, cotlon denim and Iwill fabric n a variety of slylos and colors. Sizes 7-14. 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