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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta t MARK ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gilliei recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with friends and relatives at Picture Butte. They were married May 18 1922 Mr. Gillies has farmed in the area since 1917 and is still active in farming with his son Floyd. They also have a daughter, Mrs. Gibb (Cecilia) Drake and six grand- children at Picture Butte. P. Johnson. Photo Iron Crutch plays for 120 JL v FOREMOST Fore- Pclinn! throb- bed to the. heat, of (lie school rrv-k group, The Iron Crutch recently as Ihc mur-ir depart- ment staged its r.pring concert. A crowd of only 12fl was on hand for i he hour 'long program, directed and produced by mu- sic teacher Mrs. Gerald (Cher- le) Edlund. The program of popular folk and rock music opened with the choir singing "I Started a accompanied by the group. This was followed by a girls sextet performing "Which Tax rate holds steady at 78 PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Again, as they have in the past tiircc years, Picture Butte town councilors have set the same tax rr.te, mills. j LU 1111; IILMJU in unit, Ihe budget was approved for accompanied bv Evelyn Jensen 179 sifinr remaincr.'in p si HCiV i -_- Way You Gobi' Billy." "You've Got a Friend'1 war- the next item, followed by Dchhie Jack- son's rendition of "July Mora- ing." and the choir's perform- anro of "Wimoweh." The Iron Crutch, led by Mel Gaydos on guitar, with Don Stevens on drums and Calvin Kultgen at the organ, at times completely dominated the sing- ers, who probably gave better account of themselves than the audience was allowed to appre- ciate. Piano accompaniment on some of the songs was com- pletely ineffectual against the background on the group. The choir came into their own more in the singing of the well known "Georgy Girl" with which they coped well. This was followed by "Where Evil Grows" and a duet by Brcnda Moss and Rosy Wallman en- titled "Never My Love." Rina Stovel sang "Proud Mary." This was followed by Gordon Konno's version of the rock number "N.I.B." Cathy Chesncy sang "I'd Like vice" lias announced that a _____Wedrmday, May 31, 1972 THE IE7HBRIDGE HERAID 23 Vists hospitals PITURE BUTTE (IINS) P. Johnson recently visited ic 'Pass Hospital in regards t physiotherapy. A letter was sent hy the hos- pital board to the Picture Dutlu Canada Council for a study on maintenance for Uie CO Iniscs ijiuiin uiitiiiiiiig the use paliems I'M: umLi of transportation of j ram from Sij'o to per month. The school division is not il lime opening or new hole! it Cranbrook CRANBROOK (Special) Former owner operators of he Cecil Hotel in Vancouver, and William Jakinovich, expect to have their half-mil- ion dollar Coach House Motor nn in Cranhrook open in .June. The two-storey 78-unit Dutch mold structure fronting 200 feet s on three sides of a lawn and swimming pool court. It will include a dining-room coffee shop in the south wing nd application has been made were 396 treatments Riven in physiotherapy and the occu- pancy for the past month was 64 per cent. rural students lo and from schools. Canada Council grants arc tax-free purple Orders flags the buses. CLARESHOLM (UN'S) The The cost of gas, oil, tires and i Willow Creek school board has pa.s.sed a motion by George would receive from the whirl- pool bath the club is donating. Donations were also acknow-, ledged from Mrs. T. Nolan and nol made lo institutions. j gas ji nut have main' Ihe women of the hospital aux- The 'Pfnt j tenance or service facilities (or iliary for the purchase ol air- i last year for bus oper- jts vehicles, conditioning uniLs for the hos-! ations alone. pijal It costs (he division more In'the director of nursing re- a >'ear to lcasc port, given by Mrs. Rose Mori- yama, it was noted that there________________ passed a motion Willis of Slavely to "have Ihe Canadian flag put up in each classroom in the division. There are about 50 class Mrs. Phyllis King, head cook and dietician, outlined lo Ihe board the various courses she has completed which have proved very beneficial to the j hospital. Realize FOREMOST (Special) A recent lunch sale by Grade 5A students at Foremost School IWA parley follows j llllCl'llcU Sll'liC rooms without flags, the board j was told. The flags will 12 by 24 VANCOUVER (CT) The i inches and will cost each. coast negotiating committee ol! the International Woodworkers, of America was to meet today UllOUlS between: in the wake of a split regional president Jack Moore and three Vancouver Island made more than foi locals. hard to make hot or a liquor licence. This is the sole survivor of Red Cross youth group, .inrelated new triplet resorts i on the highway Strip. The Tamarack Inn motor hotel was started in 1969 with unfleshed steel work standing gauntly for the past two years. Closer to city centre in Ihe 700 block of The Strip the shel- tering winter plastic thrown over the half-built cinder block Town and Country Inn is be- ginning lo tatter. Started last fall, work- stopped abruptly the end of The lion. C. r McLaurin of Calgary, retired chief justice of Hie Allicrla Supreme Court, has IMTII appointed chairman nf thr Al- lierla Press Council. Tlie II- member council was formc'l by five daily newspapers in Alberta to (leal with niitilir complaints against press. FINGERPRINT HARWELL. England iCP> The meeting had originally fm. [nur terminal- Atomic scientists at a Berkslnie been called lo discuss pro-j jng quotas were announced i r c se a r c h station may ha', by La-1 by the Canadian j made a break-through in Ihr- Chabot in] wheat" Board. I fight against crime. They found clogs to resolve the B.C. five-bushel B quota for j radioactive m a t e r i a 1 which The youngsters under leach- j ls madc lasl we r Mrs. Roy Wallman worked I Minisler James serve ice cream, potato chips forcsl dispute. and donuts to their fellow stu- dents and staff. The group durum wheat and the five- j shows up fingerprints on c But three Island locals at bushel B quota for hercules du- j thing. After the substance is s 0- uses it- fund J boisterous meetings Monday rum wheat are scheduled to j plied to an article of clothing, it uses 11.5 lunas "_ Tlma hs x-vayed and the photographic Fnr all nrint "outlines the fingerprnt print outlines the fingerpr clearly. A spokesman for Scot- land 'Yard's forensic branch extremely valuable to the po- lice, especially where case., of Mrs. Edlund explained to he audience that the results do no always adequately reflect th amount of effort that went Int Ihe preparation of a concert o Midi music. While Ihe youngsters WEI obviously at home wilh their own type of music, they real- ized that modern songs are more complex than is often realized. They must however, be given full credit for attempting an ambitious and different ap- proach to the normal school concert. Driving course planned BLAIRMORE (CNF Bureau) Preventive Social lo Teach the World to Sing" 1972 afier considerable study by the finance committee and the council. Capital expenditures totalling will include the paving of a (own business block. Blallation of a new water mar along Highway Ave. and 'instal- lation of a storm sewer along 4lh St. Budget provisions have been made to install a HiHate water filter at the water plant. By receiving the allotted por- tion of the north county recrea- tion grant, the Town of Pic- ture But'.e hopes to proceed to at the piano. Again Miss Jen- sen's fine talent was over- shadowed by the group. The concert concluded with Done" led well bv Tensive Driving Course" will be held in the Crowsnest Consoli- dated High School June 5, 7, 12 and 14. The four session course will run from 8 to 10 o'clock each evening. The course is open to n Perry Hollingsworth, which was i general public and fee easily the best item of the pro- gram. Miss Schmidt returned add the third phase to Uie skat- i I Ing rink. (HIILC Ing It was noted Foundation and Ihe School unapproved school requisition costs will amount to mills of the riNCHER CREEK (Special! the recent meeting of the Pincher Crock Chapter of the lolal rale. Alberta Association of Register- Councillors Duanc Oliver, ed Nurses Miss Diane Schmidt Harry Watson and Ihe. secre- and Mrs. Carol Pinkncy were t.TT.'Karl Mcllroy. will attend relumed for their second term the municipal administration as president and vice-president at Banff from June 4 to 7. Foremost JiiSiiK'v book is lanned respectively. Mrs. T.aurie will act as secretary, replacing Mrs. Vera Gingras. Mrs. Alice Cook will replace Mrs, Diane Burns as treasurer. Committees: Mrs. Jean Bow- crsock, chainnar Pinkey. Mrs. Alice Cook- and I Mrs. Laurie Watson, program; Mrs. Doris Rowledge and Mrs. Alice Cook, phoning; Mrs. Vera Gingras, historian and public bccn set at per person. It is pointed out that 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 [ice at 562-2331. an., finance comnuUeos j J p, arc slmrlly lo ho inahzcd for, rf forlliconiing hir.lon- book of; I1 'ore most. A'i in) ores! parties at'p in- vited to ntleiul Ihe ncxi meet- ing of the Foremost and Dis- tricl ('hainber of Commerce to donor clinics. Mrs. Carol Pinkncv will nd arrange for a workshop lo be held here next fall in connection wilh a nurses' refresher course. be held at !hc Legion Hall on Mondav, .June 5. at. p.m. The "pditorinl committee has tailt Edna already licn.n resoai-ch on the tn. mm and il is now neces- Miss Diane Schmidt will con- KillnB .1 ,a11- ,The lo 3' '10 sarv lo appoint a finance com- "e lo f '10 stu be for Hip pruposrfl duo tn ho piihlishM in A Urn nlcd fur Mnndny, .Innr LT. wilh n prospective1 pnhlishrr nf Ihc Tim Ihn com- hoforo this Mrs. Siirlip and Mrs. Vr tn HIP Com ml iMliijonlon .IIIIT; will bo HelcRtilps :.rs APFO H- linld The oxamimc nil pnxluction of tho A decision will also bo taken rt flu1 .Iniic nu'ctini! ;is to BOTTOMS I if BAHNSLKY, Kiifilnn. Bot'ausc Frod Bottom changed his nnnio, ho and his pals emp- tied their beer glasses to the last toast of "bottoms up.' After years, "tho Bottom lias at last fallen out of my he snid between pints of alo. Some of his cheeky friends have Eight attend parley MILK RIVER The Milk River Catholic Women's League met. recently in the Parish Hall wilh J3 members and guests present. Committee reported: serving a breakfast on Mother's Day lo Ihc first Communicants and their families; and serving 235 at Ihc Erie Rivers graduation banquet. A motion was passed to spon- sor a member for a mile in the walk-a-thon, proceeds Jo the Milk River Swimming Pool Fund. It was reported seven mem- bers and Rev. SclMistor attend- ed Ihe 50th annual OWL dioce- san convention at Hie Hii'.hland- rr. ('alcary. An inlnresfit-r pnri of Ibis golden jubilee given by Lorraine F.llcrl. Four .senior members Lil- lian Ilnviin, Cecilia Quimi, Ma- Elicit and Alma Kollcr were honored at the meeting hy being presented with blue and gold carnation corsages. The- spiritual program was conducted hy Sandra Pittman. Tea was by Joyce Vornbroek. closed proposed work, j difficulty making fun of his new j lunch served by I ho lionesses, of its I name; Frank V'lnerson. i lonn Kllcr! and Doi.n Ilicralh. Grant refused CLARESHOLM (HNS) The SEARS ONS Smart Fashion Coats ;