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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta If THI LCTHIRIDGI HCRALD Thundny, Otlobtr 12, 1970 A4 SEWING SERVICES LOANS I INVESTMENTS. DRAPERY, DRESSMAKING, ALTER- jitions. Inquiries welcome. Phone 328- 1857-2.1 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST Old'! In color. Blue I please call 32M920. Cyclone bicycle. Gold asKet. Reward. Finder 8801-J3 LOST SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, STRAYED TO FARM WEST OF Lethbrldge Plnfo Shetland filly. N.V.B. Owner may claim by phoning 327-972S. 8881-2J LOST BLACK 3RI6HAM PIPE IN THE VICINITY OF 9th AVE. AND 71th ST. S. SMALL REWARD OFFER. ED. PHONE 328-6127, AFTER 5 P.M. X1727-24 MORTGAGE MONEY MORTGAGE MONEY MORTGAGE MONEY MORTGAGE MONEY "WE ALSO PURCHASE EXISTING MORTGAGES FOR CASH" CAC REALTY LIMITED COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL PHONE 328-2381 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, Memoriams BIRTH DEATHS WKiGILL Passed away in 66 VERSATILE DANCE BAND THE Variety Men Music for any occasion Phone Len 3J7-6317 or Del CON CO Reasonable mond. Reduce the easy Slendor Reducing Plan way. Eat three satisfying meals a day. 52.50 and S6.00 sires. At Boyd's Pharmacy Ltd. and Westminster Druqs W repaired, oc LEARN TO DANCE TEN FUN filled classes starting November Steps, dri TI1YS Alyssa, Annette and Alana are proud to announce Calgary October the arrival of their brother, Travis Theodore, September 26, 1970. Parents, Janice and Jack Thys; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Thys and Mr. and Mrs. Ray LaValley. 8861 See Saturdays advertisement. Have music will travel. Hi Neighbour Club, 1713 5th Ave. A N. C626-26 AN INFORMATION Centre A.I.p. Advice, and Direction in areas Walfaie and Recreation. 7323, 10 a.m. p.m. Information of Health, Phone 321 C535-N4 CONCRETE WORK riveways, retaining walls, All work guaranteed. 8-fOB-tf FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, :nts dug, water proofing. In- DEATHS KAMOR Tuesday, October 20, 1970, Mary Earner, aged 88 years, Vulcan. Born in Nee- pawa, Man., she came to the Vulcan district in 1907, home- steaded in the Red Cross area, sured, tree estimates, phone ro.nii. retired to Vufcan in 1944. Sur- FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINK ERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE IN. QUIRIES CARE OF P O. BOX 841. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ie a drinking prob Phone ,127-8045 or 328-3244, aner p.m. 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. E x c e I I e n I workmanship. Phorte 328-7362. 6394-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day Service. 1233- 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-511-i CS924-tf RENT A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. S6.00 for two weeks, S10 per month. Free delivery and pickup. Phone 327- 22-13. Singer Company oi Canada, Col- I lege Mall. C739-24 MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes of washers and drytrs, automatic or conventional. Al- so all small appliances, lawn mow- ers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No job too large or too small. LETH- BRIDGE APPLIANCES, 90S 3rd Ave. S. Phone C7353- ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTI- MATES. JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. C6733.ll BORGE RAVEN 1329 9lh St. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, re- modelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. C6319-tf Sarah Bendicesen, Fernie, B.C., Mrs. Ida Robstead, Hoodsport, Wash., Mrs. Hazel Fraser, Ed- 22, 1970, at the age of 59 years, following a brief illness, Lynn, beloved husband of Mrs. Mabel Wiggill of 537 24th St. S., Leth- bridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C780 FiTZGEUALD-Passed away in the city on Thursday, Octo- ber 22, 1970, following a lengthy illness, Annie, of 414 24th St. S., beloved daughter of the late Maurice J. Fitzgerald of Ed- monton. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- EVIDENCE JEWS AMERICA Cyrus H. Gordon, professor of Mediterranean Studies at Brandeis University said here that inscription found on a stone in a burial mound at Bat Creek, Tenn., in 1885 is evidence that Jews fleeing Romans in the Middle East came west and discovered America 1..000 years before Columbus. translates inscription to read "for the land of 4Meet Teacher TABER (HNS) The an-! Grade 7: athletic Ladene nuai award program and Williams and Harry Bekkering, night at i art Holly Wong, music A general received the U. Army's third highest, award f valor in combat because of citation manufactured by team of soldiers, the chief staff for the 1st Air Cavalr Division admitted in Saigon But Brig. Gen. Eugene Fo resler "was completely entitled to the Silver Star awarded hi said Col. George Newman. There is no question about 1 His service in the division wa "Meet the Teacher" W. R. Myers High School re-1 Carlee Oshiro, industrial cently featured presentations Ricky Kurio, home economics the past -Laurel Fujimagari, drama- to top students of school year before rectors of Funeral Service. i pect'edly large audience of par- C779 ents, students, I gu.ests. teachers and ig, Penticton, EC and Mrs., day, October 21, 1970, at the GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and rison Construction, 1020 7th Avc. S. Phone 327-MB2. C737Mf lini, _ j Laura Houlton', Vulcan; three i sons. Charles, Vancouver, Jack OUTLOOK DRYWALL CO. LTD. Residential commercial. Textured ceilings, Gyproc vinyl board. plele drywall and steel sluds. Phone 328-6562 anytime. C9BOJ-tl HAVE BACKHOE AND TRUCK Can dig driveways, trees, basements, load and haul oravel and top soil. Phone 327-1J13, before i p.m. 327- 33J7, after 5 p.m. C9697-220 CUSTOM FRAMING DRIVEWAYS, CEMENT FLOORS. RENOVATIONS, RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 328- 1572 OR 327-328-1. 8038- PUBLIC NOTICE: 70 GARDENING TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE Phone 327-7398 or 327-2438. 2968- WELL ROTTED MANURE AND GOOI top soil for sale. 328-3289. 7138- HALF PRICE WHILE IT LASTS tbs. manure, S10 delivered. Plion 327-2207. C735-I FALL CLEAN-UP. ALL KINDS 01 hauled away. Tree trimming am odd Phone 327-2641. 8325-1 FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR SEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC PHONE 328-2094. 5739-1 MAKES YOUR GARDEN READY FOR spring. Use machine-ground manure in handy 75 Ib. plastic bag. SI.50 t Fret delivery. Phone 327-9530. 8014-030 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRIERS PAN READY 37 CENTS per ib. on dozen lot. Free delivery. Cus- tom killing. Hellmulh Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. 72 PETS AND SUPPIIES CHIHUAHUA DOG FOR SALE, WELL trained. Phone 328-2023. 8882-23 TWO FEMALE GERMAN SHEP- herd puppies lor sale. 642-3914, Warner 8883-24 ADULT FEMALE DOG WITH SHOTS and female puppy; to be qlvcn away. 32H-41M. 8830-23 EXTRA SMALL TOY POODLES Registered, seven months. 328-5435. 8667-23 REGISTERED BLACK AND TAN miniature Dachshund puppies. and up. Phone 733-2147. B668-23 TWO MINIATURE DACHSHUND puppies. Also registered standard Dach- shund, male, three years old. Phone 328-1928 or 728 16th St. N. 8748-23 THREE SNOW WHITE LONG-HAIR- od kittens to be given away to good homes. House trained. 328-5102. ______________________________8775-23 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE BARBER SHOP AND Beauty parlour. Phone 327-3926, even- ings 327.J034. ST. MARY RIVE.R IRRIGATION DISTRICT TENDER FOR GRAVEL HAUL Tenders will be received by the dersigned until 12 o'clock noon Nov 1970, for the loading and hauling approximately yds. of cos gravel to various parts of the main canal from the 40 mile siphon lo H Fly reservoir. Further information may be obtain ed from the Bow Island olfice. Tenders to be submitted on a pei cubic yard basis. The lowest or .any tender not neces- irily accepted. J. C. Crosthwaile, Superintendent, P.O. Box 328, Bow Island, AlberlN. 052 Bests Mark Auuiversaiy COUTTS (.HNS) Many of the oldtimers of Coutts will re- member Mr. and Mrs. Earl Best, former residents of Coutts many years ago and who now live at Cut Bank. Uont, and recently celebrated heir 50th wedding anniversary. All their children and grand- children were home for this oc- cassion: one son, Duane and amily from California; daugh- er Joyce and family from Vyoming; Lorraine and Anita and their families from Bill- _ Mont., and Audrey and amily of Cut Bank. j Among the out-of-town guests 'ho attended the anniversary vere Mr. and Mrs. Everett teller, who also lived at Coutts many years ago and ow reside at Taber. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Furlong f Coutts attended. and Mslvin, bolh of Vulcan; 23 and 30 great- grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Willie Dunseith, Hoodsport, Wash, and one brother, Charles Brandt, Moore Park. Manitoba. Predeceased by her husband, Labon, in February 1941; also a son. George, January 1967. Ser- vices at the Vulcan United Church, Friday at p.m. In- terment, Vulcan Cemelery. Vul- can Funeral Home, in charge of arrangements. C774 age of 67 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Broni Koenig of 1307 19 Ave. in Coaldale. Funer- al arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. Chrislensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service. Wendy Vivyurka, photography Patterson. Grade 8: athletic Wendy Jespersen and Darcy Wills, art Richard Kaga, music- Susan Gough, industrial Darcy Wills, home economics Parker, drama the 80-piece Myers High School Brenda Bissett, photograohy- Band directed by band master Francis Potter Semaka who was also program chairman, and was prefaced bv on presented by board member Ray B. Evanson went to the C775! following: i Grade 7: Vera Schworau, BIG away j Bernice Campbell, Ladene Wil- TOUROND Passed on Tuesday, October 20, away 1970, David Victor Tourond, aged 72 years, of Pincher Creek. Born in Rosethern. Sask. He joined the 10th Battalion and served overseas from 1917-1918, includ- ing the battle of Vimy Ridge. He resided at Waterton Lakes until 1939, when he joined t Calgary Highlanders and set ed overseas until 1945 and the spent a year with the Occup tion Forces. Mr. Tourond the worked for the Alberta Cover ment in Blairmore until r tiring to Pincher Creek. Su vived by one son Clark Moosomin, Sask.; one gram son; two sisters. The funer service will' be held in Michael's Catholic Church, Sa urday at a.m., Rev. Weisgerber officiating. Inte m n t, Fail-view Cemeter, friends may meet for prayer n Eden's Funeral Home o Friday at p.m. Funeral ar by Eden's Funera Home Ltd., Pincher Creek. C77 suddenly on Wednesday, Octo- ber 21, 1970, Howard John Big Weasel, aged 22 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. George Big Weasel of Brocket. The fu- neral service will he held in St. Paul's Catholic Church, Brock- et, Saturday at p.m., Hev. P. Poulin officiating. Inter- ment, Brocket Cemetery. Fu- neral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Creek. Home Ltd., Pineher liams. Laurel Fujumagari and Caroline Mikalson. Grade 8: Marlene Waddle, Darcy Wills, Dennis Evanson, Richard Kaga and David Fong. Grade 9: Roger Muellar. Jim B e c k m a n, Richard Cseke, Gary Kaga and John Loree. Grade 10: Dennis Kunimoto, j Literary Rachel How and Kaga, music Sheryl Pauls, home Smith, band Tom Oddie. leadership Verna Christen- sen, typing Wendy Price and Jim Beckman, industrial Rodney Maruyama. Senior High School crests were presented by Roy Krahn. students' adviser, as follows: Athletic Sherry Malinsky, Lane Hart, Monte" John Jensen. Groft and JiKIG.-GEN. FORRESTER Unwarranted Medal completely distinguished and he was renowned for his corn-age and valor." Forrester, now assistant chief of staff for civil operations and ural development in Saigon, was decorated Thursday. Joanne Colleaux and Roy Beckman, Larry Astalos, James Fong and Marilyn Pattern SELLING HI WAY CONFECTION- slore with living quarters Tnber, Alberla. 323-5852. 8553.15N ery, corner attached, BEAUTY SHOP Five dryers, one color master, two setting chairs, two sinks and chairs. Good clientele. Lnca- tion in new building. Rea- son for selling health. Apply in writing lo Box 1102, Claresholm. 8754-20 Draws Complaint COALDALE A feed- lot development south of town limits drew a complaint at a recent council meeting. As it is not in the town it decided to bring tile mat- (cr the Oldman River Re- gional Planning Commission. It will then forward it to the County of Leihhridge council. MASSEY FERGUSON AND CH ler dealership for sale in good noft Alberta farming area. Located miles north of Edmonton Aoo- mate turnover annually. Total price S25.000 plus inventory at cost Phone days, 689-3880 or niqhts, 689- 7529, collect. CJ94.23 VENDING OPPORTUNITY Hot drink and snack vendors. Aopli- cant must be reliable. Were rated in Dun and Bradstreet. Excellent income for eight fo 15 hours per week. No sell- ing. Locations furnished. Investment SI.500 fo SS.OOO. Exclusive territories in most areas. For personal interv i e w send details on sen to- P.O. Box 5128, Station "A" Calgary, Alberta. 8671-23 New Matron GUBERNAT Mary (Lean of Coleman, passed awa in the Cvowsnest Pass Hospita Wednesday, October 21, 1970, a age 65 years. She was born i Lublin, Poland, March 24, 190 and came to Canada in 1927 I Lethbridge, moving to Colema in 1943 whene she has. residec since. She was a member the Canadian Slovak Benefi Society. Predeceased by twt sisters and her parents in Po- land. Survivors include, three daughters, Mrs. G. (Cecilia Po nl ton, Coleman, Mrs. J (Sophie) Lowe of Grand Forks B.C., Mrs. Alice Moore. Vic toria, B.C. and a son, Frank Greenwood, N.S.; two sisters it Poland; 14 grandchildren Prayers will be said in the Holy Ghost Catholic Church, Coleman at p.m. Friday, Dctober 23. Requiem Mass will celebrated from the Holy Ghost Catholic Church at a.m. Saturday, October 24. Interment to follow in the Cole- man Catholic Cemetery. Fan- tin Chapels Ltd., is in charge. C776 C7781 Pauls. 1 Grade MOOREY Beulah if Hillcrest, beloved wife of Sidney Moorey, passed away in he Crowsnest Pass Hospital on Vedneday, October 21, 1970, at ige years. She was born in fcrlin, Ontario on July 14, 1903 nd in 1907 came to Fort Mac- eod, then to Bellevue in 1922 nd to Hillcrest in 1959, where ae has resided since. She mar- 11: Sharon Friesen, Joey Fong, Gordon Loree, Rod- ney Bennett and Dai-yl Mikal- son. Junior High Students' Union merit crests were presented by studen to: adviser Frank Sudol Joint Driver Plan husband Sidney Blairmore, June ied h er loorey in 922. She was a member of the adies Auxiliary to the Cana- ian Legion. Predeceased by er father in 1943 and a brotli- Seth in 1959, both in Fort acleod; a sister Erva, Vic- ma, B.C. in 1970. Survivors in- ude her husband Sidney of Merest; one daughter Mrs. OTTAWA (CP) govern- ments of Canada and the United States have embarked on a joint project to reduce the number oi automobile accidents in which ileohol plays a part, Transport Minister Don Jamieson an- wunced Tuesday. The project, a result of iformal agreement reached in une between Mr. Jamieson and he U.S. Secretary of Trans- ortation, John Volpe, will at- empl to find countermeasures might be used fo combat le drinking driver. Mr. Jamieson noted that alco- olics are involved in more than I per cent of fatal motor vehi- accidents in Canada, al- though it may not always be a primary ro'eht per cent, of single-car accidents involved I alcohol. Lynn Danforth. Fine arts art to Roy Beck- man, drama to Audrey Jaque. Plait and Eric Evanson. Small M crests to Dennis Kunimoto, Sharon Friesen, Jo.ey Fong and Roy Beckman. The following sponsored scholarships were also award- ed: Lions Club scroll and scholarship to Roger Terrence Mueller for highest grade 9 marks, presented by president Peter Campbell. Royal Canadian Legion Aux- iliary prizes to Sheila Rede] and Beverly West for highest grade 10 economics, presented by president Mrs. Ruth West. Kiwanis Club prize to Dennis Kunimoto for highest grade 10 average, presented by president Ron Hunt. Myers Key Keyette Clubs prizes to Jotnne Colleaux and Roy -Beckman, for second highest grade 10 average, by The award was based on ac- tions attributed to him in Cam- bodia June 9 when he was the division's assistant commander. Newman said the team of sol- diers that writes citations for personnel of the division recom- mended for awards put together Forrester's from "their mem- ory and imagination and typical previous awards citations." The colonel said Forrester was leaving the division and hi had no information on which tf base a decoration for him, a customary farewell gift for gen. erals being transferred. "I gave the staff the job le reconstruct and develop UK Newman said. Republican National Chair- man Rogers C. B. Morton says he plans to renarainate Spiro i', Agnew for vice president in 1972 and "I intend to him for the presidency" four years later.- Morton also told several hun- dred Republicans at a fund- raising dinner that "you will never find a Republican who las done more for the United States" than Agnew. Earlier Agnew, asked by a eleyision interviewer in Chica- go if he had any presidential ambitions had said he "j u s t wants to be the best-possible vice-president." When pressed about whether le would rule out a White House ry in 1976, Agnew said "I'm not uling out anything." Pat Mahoney, Calgary South Jberal MP, says the Front de iberation du Quebec "do not how any sign of de escalat- ng and likely won't until they are beaten or successful." Prospects for further terror- m by the FLQ are "regret- ably high" and "there will robably be other tragedies be- ore this is over" he told a ser- ice club meeting in Calgary. "We have just seen the begin- ng of this and it is going to e a time consuming process ending it. This type of move- ent is not confined to Quebec nd Canada." He pointed to previous thefts dynamite and ammunition in uebec and government knowl- Ige of FLQ training camps us- 3 Cuban and Algerian instruc- rs as evidence "the murder- of Quebec labor minister erre Laporte are more than immediate threat. New Lead Fizzles In Kidnap Case Sharon McCulloch. J. Richard Evanson Drama Workshop CLARESHOLM (HNS) The cultural development branch is asking the Willow Creek school board to sponsor teachers or scholarships to Darlens Perini and Barbara Layton for best commercial student, presented by Dennis Evanson. Taber 5 cents to Stores 525 scholarships to Sharon Friesen for highest math 20, and to Sharon Friesen for high- est science 20, by Ed Engwef. Loyal Order of Moose icholarships to Sharon Friesen or highest English 20 and to Sharon Friesen for highest 'rench 20, presented by J. Iheyne. Dr. N. S. Boyle scholar- ship to Brenda Meyer for high- est grade 11 home economics, preented by Dr. Stuart Boyle. Ted Ikebuchi Memorial scholarship to R o y Beckman for highest art student, pre- sented by George Ikebuchi. Taber Women's Institute scholarship to Deitra Bennett for highest graduate entering teaching, presented by Mrs. W. Jensen. Kinniburgh Women's Insti- MONTREAL (CP) _ Anoth er in a sick series of false leads vanished into thin air early today only hours after a coroner told how kidnap victim Pierre Laporte was slain. .Terorists.. strangled the 49- year-old Quebec labor minister with a light gold chain which he habitually wore around his neck to hold a religious medal, Coroner Laurin Lapoinle an- nounced Wednesday. NOTE A HOAX A provincial police spokes- man said early today a note found at suburban Chateaug- nay after a phone tip turned out to be another hoax, and was not even signed by the FLQ. Accusing authorities of slay- ing Mr. Laporte, the note was similar in tone to dozens seen by police since Montreal's fan- tastic drama began. A jointt police-military opera- tions centre reported a flood of phone calls from persons who reported sighting Paul Rose, 27-year-old teacher and Mara Carbonneau, 37, an unemployed taxi driver, charged in both kidnappings. Rose and Carbonneau had telephone calls thought to he from the kidnappers of the 49- year-old British trade commis- sioner gave police five an- xious hours of checking before the calls were dismissed as "probably a joke in very bad taste." One man Was arrested. In Ottawa, officials said Wednesday telegrams and let- ters pouring into the federal capital appear to show over- whelming support for Hie strong action. By Tuesday, Prime Minister Trudeau's office had received telegrams, support- ing proclamation of the act. A spokesman said subsequent communications had not been fully sorted but appear to be running at the same ratio. In other developments: Mr. Bourassa announced .hat a bridge soon to be coni- ileted over the St. Lawrence ftver at Quebec City will he named after Pierre Laporte. A bill that would provide be death penalty for political ddnapping offences was intro- tluced in the Commons by Rob- irt Thompson Reports said police raids been reported spotted in some I on a Laurentian farm uncovcr- 15 different cars and about 100 j ed a large quantity of sulphuric different places during the last j and nitric acid, which could few days. have been used to make cxplo- On Wednesday, a series of TO TABER (HNS l Mrs. Kuth I Young of Taber is the new j matron at Clearv i e w Lodge, Tabcr's senior citizen home. j She was engaged recently by j Think Christmas! Send (lie Taber Foundation's board for our beautiful, New C 1. which PLETE AFGHAN BOOK. everything 15 bright, cozy afghans to make plus 20 smart 74 LOANS i INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED she was introduced to residents of Clearview by members of the board. The appointment matron followed, the Mrs. Susan Wiebe. of the new fashions, accesories. Knit, cro- chet, weave. Make pillows. Funeral services will be i conducled in Fantin's Blair-1 j more-Chap el, Saturday. Oc- tober 24 at 3 p.m., with Rev. Bob Smith officiating. Inter-] ment to follow in the Hillcrest i Cemetery. No flowers by re- quest. Donations may be "made v! lo the Canadian Cancer So- j ciety, care of L. S. Richards, s I Blairmore. Fantin Chapels Ltd.. in charge. C773 Winter Program ie release of gifts for baby. Choose- from' granny, colonial, embroidered j styles, many more. i OXK DOU-AH .for IRON SPRINGS The Christia I HNS) Reformed COMPLETK to AFGHAN BOOK FUNERAL TUFFS Funeral service for Mrs. Constance Tuffs, be- loved wife of the late Herbert Tuffs who died in the city Mon- day, Oct. 19, 1970, at (he Br'S-' Rummage Sale PINCHER CREEK (Special) The women of the Pincher Creek Curling Club are again making plans for their annual rummage sale at the rink. It will be held Friday. Oct. 23. and Saturday, Oct. 24, from 3 a.m. to 6 p.m. All useable clothing or fur- niture will be accepted. If you have some articles to be pick- ed up call Ii27-4503 or 627-3505. On Anniver General Named (93 per cent) presented by Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Ta Barmvell Cannery Orou-ers scholarship to Lynn Johnson highest grad- uate continuing in agriculture, presented by Roy Maier. Olher awards previously pre- sented were lo: Cheryl McKay Taber Chapter AARN scholarship. Perry Conrad Queen Elizabeth scholarship and B r i g h a m Young University payment of fees for one year. Elizabeth Roe Ladies Hospi- Playing "and leading in the lal Auxiliary scholarship. band a membcr of lho lm. Douglas Pollard Civil Cridland orchestra and a vio- PINCHER CREEK (Special) Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Grid- land were guests of honor cently when more than -100 friends and relatives joined with them lo celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. Well-known in the music cir- cles of Pineher Creek and dis- trict, Mr. Cridland has been "Mr. Music" in Pincher Creek for many years. Service bursary. Perry Conrad, Leslee Fran- OTTAWA (CP) Retired i eis, Richard Roe and Marilyn I'llt P f> I..... f- T. r J __________ A- c- Amy, a for- i Price prizes from Taber linist, he has contributed to the enjoyment of the whole com- munity. A banquet was held for GS Mr. and Mrs. Alhciia, uncfc nt Mr. Cridland; Mr. and Mrs. Buck Jack. Grace was said by Freri Roath. A humorous toast was piveti to the bride by Ray Clolaud and the toast, to the groom bv Mrs. J.. Kettles. Family gifts were presented by Ken Cridland and Mrs. R. Tony. Open house and a rlance fol- lowed at 9 p.m. Gifts from the community were presented by Gordon Schoening. Out of town guests present were: Mr. and. Mrs. Irvin ngomcn I crs on regimental matters. parent.'; of Mrs. Cridland; ;