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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Friday, April 3, 1970 THE LETHHIDGE HERALD 3 TOP SPEAKERS Oroloricol contest winners ot Coutts ore, left to right: Vivienne Stookley, Russel Ford, both of Grade 9, and Wendy Stoakley, Grade 7. Twelve students in Grades 7 to 9 competed for the Fred Schulz Challenge Trophy and a book on public speaking by Dale Carnegie. Mr. Ford won the contest again this yeor. Vivienne Stoak- ley was second, -Alice Hacke Photo GiaffiLer Shoulders Parade TABER (HNS) The Taber Chamber of Commerce recently agreed to take over the admin- istration of the May 18 rodeo parade. The chamber council acted on a recommendation of coun- cillor Ken McDonald who had served as parade marshall for the past five years, but who said that time prevented Mm continuing again this year. A parade committee will be set up by chamber officials this week. Arrangements for the publication of the rodeo book- let are being made. Granson, Gossen Score For Winners COALDALK (HNS) The Coaldale Bantam Hociey Tour- nament was held in the Civic Centre at Lethbridge recently. Team No. 5 won. The Bantam Hockey League played its season games on the outdoor rink here. In the fifth and final game team No. 5 defeated team No. 4 3-1 to win the Brian Ens Memorial Trophy and top hon- ors in Coaldale Bantam Hockey. Scoring for the winners were Ewald Granson with two goals and Dave Gossen, one goal. Wayne Ens scored the tone goal for the losers. Golfers Meet NOBLEFORD (Special) The annual meeting ot the Keho Park Golf Club was held in the Nobleford Legion Hall recently. Lloyd Frascr was elected president and R. Stienhauer was named vice president. Karl Lang was elected secre- tary-treasurer. Directors are G. Luchia, I. Pike, H. Culforlh and L. Phillips. Cancer Blitz Captains BLA1RMORE (CNP Bureau) L. S. (Sonny) Richards of Blairmor'e has announced all plans are complete for the one- day Cancer blitz to be held April 12. Captains are Mrs. Florence Kerr, Sentinel; Mrs. Muriel Rus- sell, Coleman; Mrs. A. Juhlin Carbondale and Willow prive; Mrs. Helen Kropinak, East Cole- man; Mrs. Flora Nickels, Blair- nwre; Mrs. Fay Poch, Frank; Mrs. Yolanda Gregory, Bel- levue; Mrs. John Demchuk, Hiilcrcsl; Mrs. Jim Bowes, Lundbreck; Clarence Weetes, Cowley and Mrs. V. Osczkowski, Beaver Mines. The parade and financing ol prize money has been carried Dn as a project of the Taber Businessmen's Association. TOUt LETHU1DGE HEKA1D Barry, right, circulation department city carrier supervisor, explains the Associated Press Photofox mo'.hine to members of the 1st Borons Girl Guide Company. Guides and leaders Mrs. Geoff (Pat) DeBoer, Mrs. James (Vickie) Slater and Mrs. Moialewsky toured The lethbridge Herald plant recently. The Photofax machine brings photographs to the newsroom within minutes of news events around the world. Kerber photo ATTEND WEDDING STIRLING (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Gene Moore and family of Canyon and Mr. Ruben The county will be approach- ed regarding the erection o! shelters at the 4th and 6th tee boxes and lavatory facilities at the 6th tee. The dues will re- main the same as last year. The county will also be ap- proached for weed spray and insecticide. Honor Miss Kemmet TURIN (HNS) A commun- ity shower was held in the Turin School auditorium recently to bonor Miss Linda Kemmet. Mrs. Stanley (Kathy) Machc- cek presented the bride with gifts. Assisting the bride at the Bingo Set For May 5 ;ift table were her bridesmaids: Miss Linda Hornberger and Miss Carol Hancock. Mrs. Clarence (Margaret) Jor- genson, Mrs. Martin (Dorothy] Lammii, Mrs. Charles (Sophie) Machccek, and Mrs. Stanley Machccek were hostesses. COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Fire Chief Henry Zak of the Colemsn Volunteer. Fire Bri- Mark Anniversary COALDALE (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Bernard John Dick of Coaldale recently celebrated their golden wedding anniver- sary. A church service, prop-ars and luncheon were held in the Mennonile Brethren Church to mark the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Dick (the form- er Miss Margaret Reimer) were married in South Russia April 12, 1920. They came to Canada in 1924. First setting at Rosthern, Sask. and later residing at Borden and Hepburn. In 1927 the couple moved to Coaldale. They farmed in the Readymade district for 30 years. gade has announced his men are planning a bingo night to be held in the Elks Hall May 5. Proceeds from this event are earmarked for the brigade's annual school essay and poster contest for Coleman schools. The brigade will hold a other bingo June 16. Study Australia TURIN (HNS) The Grade 5 and 6 Social Studies class of the Turin School, under the di rection of Mrs. Jack McBeath, hosted the Iron Springs class at the culmination of their study of Australia recently. The Turin group esplainec through maps, charts, diagrams ongs and a play some of the nteresling things they h a i earned. Loan Books STIRLING (HNS) The Stirling Public Library circu- lated books in 1969, Miss Thelma Hartley, librarian, re- ported recently. A total of 507 adult and juvenile books were loaned. Members total 70 adults and ICO children. Sixty three of these mem- bers .five outside the village. The 'fee is 25 cents. There are books in fc library. Bev Glass Shatters "Pius To Tally 379 WARNER (HNS) Bowling concluded here recently when 120 bowlers enjoyed dinner. Mrs. Georgie Erickson repre- sented the southern zone in handicap roll offs at Edmon- ton. She was 12 pins short of winning the trip to.Vancouver. Monday Night Mixed Trophy for highest points went to the Gay Delights: Gladys and Mel- vin Woitfee, Carol and Brian Siringham, Elra and Tony Schoen. Average High Man: Wayne Currie, 181 points. Average High Woman: Belly Korris, 189 points. Tuesday Night 'Mixed Tro- phy, highest points, Mary and Malcolm Flexhaug, Mary and Tonv Gufcert, Marilyn and Joe North. Average high man: Tom Cronkhite, 196; high woman's avtrage: Val Lagtey 173. Warner Hotel Trophy, woman with high single score, Bev Glass, 170. Cecil and Lela DePralu Tro- jDonations Sought For Pool CRANE ROOK brppk Projects Society has an initial canvass going for char- ter memberships, proceeds of which will go to its top prior- ity item, a heated outdoor shim- ming pool. Forty-year-old Gyro Pool In Baker Park was closed on health department orders for the 1969 season. Red Joyce is campaign chair- rnjn in the current Cranbrook district-vide drive which offers a free season of swimming for the entire member family. The site has been selected in the city-owned 13.5 acres just east of Mount Baker School and rough preliminary estimates pre- pared. Organization pledges and cash contributions over the next three years tally about 000 but in stages. WINS PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD-Mrs. lorance Nelson of Pincher Creek, RCMP Cpl. George Sveinbjornson and John A. Bolen, supervisor. Dominion Automobile Association, discuss Mrs. Nelson's act of public service inT reporting-a hit and run accident. She received the association's public service award of Her information led to the arrest and conviction of the hit and run driver. -Mrs. Edward Lunn photo Penny Carnival TURIN (HNS) A' penny caroival provided hours of fun for members of the Turin Jun- ior Red Cross in the auditorium of the Turin School recently. The children werie entertain- ed by a magician, Kelly Chrup- ka; a dancer, Anita Juhar, and a'gypsy fortune teller, Janice Elaschuk. Council Stalls CRANBROOK (Special) Under persistent pressure of Cranbrook Projects Society and Cranbrook Public Library boards, both on the edge of cost- Jy construction, city council is standing firm in declining im- mediate approval of proposed sites. Delay is due to professional engineering reports with re- gard to t h e 13-acre Bishop Doyle property 'on which a city recreation complex is at the planning stage. Area is alluvial and east of Mount Baker and south of North Second Street flanked by Big Growth Seen For Red Deer RED DEER (CP) Red Deer will have a population growth1 in the nex 36 years, Dr. Eric Hanson, an Edmonton economist told a cen- tral Alberta planning confer ence. The city will gro.w at abou the same rate as Calgary arx Edmonton, Dr. Hanson said i a report on an economic stud of central Alberta. Red Deer area can e x p c c substantial growth in incom per person and the agricullur industry will increase its tola production with a diminishing labor farce, he said. KflAER HANGS HfMSF.LF GEORGCTOVVN, G u 1 a n (AP) Harrynauth Bcharr; 30, accused of the murders eight children, hanged hirase with a towel in Gcorgclow prison Thursday, aulhorili said. Beharry was arrested Ja 37 and charged with murderin. t girl and several boys over nine-month period in 1969 various parts ME Guyana. oseph Creek and under culti- tion for many years. Soil testing stated soil depth arying to more than 20 feet epth to gravel base which lakes specifically requested of at least dubious stabil- Fluoriderted CRANBROOK (S p e c i a I) Vo thirds of the East Koot- enay population on piped water y s I e m s is now using fluor- lateil drinking water in amount sufficient to prevent or curb tooth decay in children. Returns Home TURIN (HNS) Mrs. Nick Anne) Stronski returned re- from Vancouver, Stw isited her daughter. Mrs, Mary IKa njia, Mnlroney and family of Twas- sen; and her sister, Mrs.. L. Uridge of Vancouver. Open Lane COALDALE (HNS) Town council recently decided to open an alley between 22nd and 23rd avenues on the west side of the Kate Andrews High School {rounds. Returns Home IKON SPRINGS (HNS) Mrs. H. B. Haney has returned from a trip to Ontario where Lou Jean Perrett, Judy Eaves and Virginia Peterson were featured at 'recent Sunday School services. Name Chairman CRANBROOK (Special) Harvey Peatman was recently named chairman of the board of stewards of Christ Anglican Church here. Area stewards are John Con- nolly, Rowan Hartley, Mrs. Peatman, Rick Hislop, Ashley Oliver and Alf Turner Curlers Gather NOBLEFORD (Special) H. Thomson presented the Com- munity Ice Centre Trophy to to the top school rink, skipped by Landy Esau, and the Fann- er's Trophy lo the top rink in the Square draw, skipped by D. Taylor. Fred Cross presented indivi- dual trophies to the D. Taylor phy, men's single high, Ernie Ried, 363. Reg and Sandra Peterson Trophy, women's high triple, Dorothy Soice, 3H, 255, 267.. Scatchard Trophy .to men' high triple, Ernie Ried, 270, 297, 316. ANNOUNCEMENT Need Courtroom COALDALE (HNS) The need to improve courtroom fac- ilities in the town still exists. Councillor Ben Reimer re- ported to town council on pro- gress-made by the'police com- mission to obtain different pre- mises'for the court sessions. FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE! In honor' of the 25lh annlver- sory of Duane end Verna For- sylS, o party end dance will held at the Welling Cultural Hall. It will loke place on Friday, April 10, 1770 ol 8 p.m. All wKo wish lo come me cordially Invit- ed, No gifts please. she visited her sister and brother in law. Visit Fronds IRON .SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs, Anoty Dues and family of Leduc and Mr, and Mrs. Gary Foster and family of Calgary were visitors in the district recently. Youth Chouses STIRLING (HNsV Three youth choruses and talks and readings by Hirscbe, rink. Other winners were R. Dei- muth, first event in the club bonspiel; L. Phillips rink; Eddie Todd and las males. These rinks won the second and third events respectively. Loggers Busy CRANBROOK (Special) Nelson Forest District sawlog scale, covering East and West K o o icrtay, tallied .cubic feet from public forests in March. This was two million higher than for March of the previous year. 11 brought the tally for the first quarter of 1370 to cubic feet, five million down from the first quarter of 1969. Scholarship FORT MACLKOD (SpeciaH- Tbe United Church ACTS of Fort Macfcod and Gramrm is offering a scholarship of (o an Indian student in Grade 10, 11 or 12 in the F. P. Walshc The award will be presents o the student who has the iighest standing in the matric ulation program. It will be awarded for the 1968-70 schoo year. Meet Monday COALDALE (HNS) An organization, called the Coal- dale Businessmen's Associa- tion, has been formed. This group wants the public in Coaldale and district to pa- tronize Coaldale businesses. They have held two meeting to date. The next is scheduled for Monday, April Henry'P. Nikkelia chairman and Ron Low is secretary. Auxiliary Meeting COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary will meet at 8 p.m. Monday, April 6, in the hospital boardroom. Dairy Queen sundae 1 DAY ONLY! SATURDAY APRIL 4TH! School, Fort Macteod. Licence Plates TABER (HNS) Sales of motor vehicle licence plates here during the first month since being offered were down about 10 per-cent below last year. The Alberta Government Treasury Branch is the agency here. Manager Les Bellan said just over car plates were sold this year, with an approximate equal number of truck plates in' farm, commercial tnd re- stricted classifications. Sales last year amounted to over in each category, he said. Win Trophy NOBLEFORD (Special) Nobleford branch of the Royal Canadian Legion sent curlers la Medicine Hat lo compete for the Leo Singer Challenge Trophy. G. Luchia, L. Smith, T. Sly- ka and D. McCurrach won cup, Buy Any Size Sundae At Regular Price Get One Of Equal Value For WE HAVE COMFUTUY REBUILT TO SEUVE YOU BETTK NOW FEATURING BRAZIER FOODS 516 13Hi STREET NORTH PHONE 327-4855 ;