The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 8, 1975 · Page 3
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April 8, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 3

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Am. Pork Plans 2 Cleanup Weekends AMERICAN PORK - The weekends of May 3 and 10 have been scheduled as American Fork's annual cleanup days, but Councilman Garth Read said he would like to encourage people to begin cleaning up their properties at the first sign of good weather so the major job will be finished before those dates. "I would like to call it a city polishing weekend," Councilman Read explained. "If all citizens would start raking and cleaning now, they could put much of the winter accumulation of trash out on regular garbage days and use the two weekends in May to put the finishing touches on the beautification efforts." Heavy plastic bags are available at cost from the Public Works Compound, 270 E. 200 N., Councilman Read noted. City trucks and crews are available to help with heavy items such as stoves, freezers, etc., before the official cleanup dates. The Public Works Compound also will remove junker cars, he said. The regular garbage pick-up will take tree limbs if they are bundled with rope or wire, not over 60 pounds and not over four feet in length. The same rules will apply to the city and National Guard pick-ups. Larger limbs can be taken to the city sanitary land fill. There is no charge. A free permit can be obtained at the city hall. Schools, churches and youth groups will be involved in the cleanup effort during the months of April and May prior to the official dates. ~Anyone needing assistance in cleaning or lifting because of illness or age can contact their church leaders or home teachers. Loralee Manning and Mary Ann Chadwick are youth representatives, while Preston Taylor, city superintendent of services, represents the city on the beautification committee. Pat Valerio was named the newest member of the committee at the last meeting. Tuesday, April 8, 1975, THE HERALD, Provo, Utah—Page 3 liberty Jail' flay Set This Weekend PREPARING FOR GRADUATION at Orem High School scheduled May 30, are, from left, Ron Anderson, studentbody president; David Lindstrom, graduation advisor; Jackie Huish, senior class historian; Paul Listen, class president; Lynda Starley, secretary; and Dave Thacker, vice president. They and other honor students will participate in the exercises. Orem High Announces Graduation Participants TO^^HBBr^*** SOUNDS OF FREEDOM, internationally known BYU Program Bureau group whose tours have included the Orient, Caribbean, South Africa and Canada, will present a pillow concert tonight at 8 o'clock in the Wilkinson Center Ballroom on the BYU campus. The public U Invited to the free concert. The group consists of 16 singers and a 15-piece stage orchestra. Such contemporary numbers as "You Are the Sunshine of My Life" and "Free as the Wind" will be featured. The concert will serve as a kick-off for a tour of the Southern States on April 19. They will perform in most of the major cities in Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, New Mexico and Colorado. Honor students to participate in 1975 graduation services at Orem High School have been named by school officials. Preparing for the May 30 graduation exercises are senior class officers Paul Liston, president; David Thacker, vice president; Lynda Starley, 3 County Men Attain Highest Knights Honor Three Utah County men became Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus in rites performed in Salt Lake City over the weekend. James Reynolds, Provo, Arthur Lopez and Joseph Valdez, both of Orem, were part of a group of 18 Knights from Utah who rose to the highest rank in their organization. The formal ceremonies were conducted under the leadership of Master for Utah, Royal V. Coburn, of Salt Lake City. A banquet followed at which Vice Supreme Master Andrew Marteion, Denver, made the principal address. A total of 34 Knights and ladies from Escalante Assembly in Utah County, headed by Don Doty, attended the event, which centered on patriotism, the central theme and goal of the Fourth Degree. secretary, and Jackie Huish, historian. Honor students, in addition to officers, who will be participating, include Roger Berrett, Evan Christensen, Mary Lynn Clark, Judy Everitt, Marilyn Farnsworth, Marilyn Gagon, David Lynn Gordon, Susan Graff, Neil Harrison, Renee Houghton, Kent Ipson, Lorelea Littleford and Kerry Lee Quilter. The graduation theme will be "Choose Something Like a Star." About 700 seniors will graduate. Afraid of hearing loss? Chicago, 111.—A free offer of special interest to those who hear but do not understand words has been announced by Beltone. A non- operating model of the smallest Beltone aid ever made will be given absolutely free to anyone requesting it. Send for this non-operating model now. Wear it in the privacy of your own home to see how tiny hearing help can be. 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Saturday will be for the general public with a performance at 8:30 p.m. There will be no reservations, said the promoters, but tickets will be available at the door. Roger McDonald, a versatile actor with numerous roles to his credit at BYU and in Provo over the past several years, will play the title role of Joseph Smith. He recently played Orsino in Twelfth Night and will be remembered for his portrayal of Aaron in Stone Tables. John Huntington plays the part of Joseph's brother, Hyrum Smith, martyred with him at Carthage Jail in Illinois several years after their imprisonment at Liberty. He also is an experienced actor on the local and college scene. Sidney Rigdon will be played by Ed Macdonald, another veteran thespian. The Friday and Saturday performances will actually be a preview production of the original drama. It will be staged again for a longer run as the second summer production of The Comariy at The Castle, outdoor amphitheatre just above the Utah State Hospital. 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