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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 IE1HBR1DGE IIEKAltl Apnl IZ. 1975 Dr. Jumvs honored Jacqueline Buries ivins Timber Trails 4-H speak- DV C. A. WKKKI'S The program railed for (wo "Building wilh Hubbies Herald Service speeches from rach candidate. Ihe topic chosen CCHVLEY Recently Ilic cm' on .1 Mudied and prepared j loff Timber Trails 4-H Clubs of the subject. Ihe oilier an im-i Jacqueline >s spoke on mini-' "Whore There's Smoke There's 'UN'S) I'r. iuincs Osliim, ucu'ly-iirtMuiiUei! chancellor (it the University n[ (.o'.hln'iclcc pi evident of the Mbei-lii Medical. Association, was remitly honored in a ser- vice of iipoivciiition hosted Ilic I'OTlilalc United Cliureh. Dr. and Mrs. Oibiro came lo Coiildalc: fro'" Keiiora, Onl., in lire They have three daviptv tors, Patricia, attending the University of Mrs. Hob (Sharon) Uyck of I.cllv bridge nncl Colleen altcndinK Hie Kate Andrews IliRli School liere Mayor A. K. lilnkie spoke in Cowley-Umdbrcvk area held! spcccli vulli their deferred 5pcak-off In (lie imim of I Me." IjL'hall of the community an'l Con-Icy Community Uall. (.'haii-riiM was Joe Jenny Dwyer belli forlb council of the town of CuaWalc. This group has'a liccf club limp-keepers were Gordon "The Art of Public Siwrkinp." Guesls were Mr. ami Mrs. O. Dli. OSIllllO wltli 32 members and a line .Inlinson ami Krnest Lank, tell- After a short recess, im-, p Lclhbi icljie, seeing club of M members. ers were Jack Sandcman and; promplu speeches on topics j rormcr superintendent of pnb-i Mrs. D Douglas, assisted by I Arthur Tustian: and judges drawn followed _: lie schools for the city; Mr. j years of association wilh_ tlr ivoro Mrs. II C'. I! Kl- These topics were timely amljnm] jjrs j fisbhourne. Ostiiro and bad always found liim to be a bard and inspiring Mrs. E. Lank, direct the Ing section while H. Delime di- ton and Hubert l.ynch-Slaunlon. were for most part based on i.cthbridEe, secretary of the reels the beef section Candidatrs were .laciiiieUne contemporary social studies to-1 univcrsity and the senate: 1 co-worker. Jn addition [o ordinary adi-. r.iii-le.-. ,'enny Oncer. .Nancy pies. 'Chid Jiuiee ami Mrs. L. S. Frank Chrislie of I-eth- vities. this year has seen at-' Crayford. l.inda and Here Philip Malolf lid off Tuvenlle of l.clbliridge. former j bridge s Campbell Clinic: spoke tention focusscd speaking. on public Philip Malot'f. with. "Why Arc Sports Impor- ODP saw Ci-ay- j aut to chancellor; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph of Ins work as a doctor. Dr. As a result, some five >ounc ford lead off with "To Learn i Jacquleine llurlcs drew "Hit- others. Tcmianl of Lcthbridpe; and women of the senior proup Is ID Pollute." Linda Douslas ler as a Man." Mavor Anderson presented themselves as c.indi- follow dates. Heart "A Snbslilnte' "People and Prejudices" or jjrcetings from tlie City "Some Prejudices at Our School." was taken by Jenny j Dwyer. Nancy Crayford took "India's 1 Role in the Bangladesh Crisis." .VATAL (H.NS) District of. The municipal clerk was au- I.inila DouRlas spoke on Sparwood council recently (homed to obtain a list of firms j "Why a Wheat Stoppage at learned because Underwood', otfering this service and to se- I Vancouver nnd What Arc Its linn lums oul of board of pover- uors and the senate of the uni- versity of Lethhridge. He referred lo bis many McLellan and Associates Ltd, ha5 an interest in the develop- ment of a Motor Inn at Spar- wood Ihey request [hat coun- cil appoint another engineering firm to serve as a consultant in the matter of the develop- ment ol such a facility in the district. led Line which has worked in the district in (he past. WASPS IMPORTED are imported to the British protectorate of Brunei from Hawaii to help farmers reduce the bean fly population. The final result was the an- 1 nounrement of the winners as Follows: Jacqueline Buries; Jenny Dmci; Nancy Cray- fJ j ford; l.inda Douglas and Maloff. backed NATAL (HNS) District of Spanvood council lias appointed itldcrmun Harry Eberls and Joe AHnmarc to a new com- mittee to work with the Fernio city council atul other interest- ed parties toward I he establish- ment of an niqiort in Ilic dis- Iricl. Aid. Reg Taylor appoint- ed as alternate. It resulted from a letter from the Fernie and District Hoard of Tradd asking for Spanvood support for a proposal to estah- isli an airport at the "five- mile" stretch near Hosmer. The committee was author- zed to meet with the City o[ -'cniic and representatives from the organizing group. Christie slated he was pleased and delighted lo Iiave (he lead- ership of Dr. Oshiro in the Al- bert a Medical Association. I Mrs. Andy Komnnchuk, clerk o[ Hie session, presented a wall pl.ique anil orchids to Mrs. Oshiro In behalf of (he congre- gation. Rev. Albert Baldco, minister, presented a Ritile fo Dr. Oshiro on behalf of the congregation. Dr. Oshiro said he was grate- fit! foe the tokens of apprecia- tion hut fell "the whole com- munity has contributed to what I have achieved." A letter of congratulation read from the Coaldale Ministerial Association. Il com- prises ministers from the Mcn- nonile Conference. Coaldalo Uniled, Anglican Church of the Ascension, Ihe Redeemer Luth- eran and the St. Ambrose Ro- man Catholic churches. Mrs. Oliver marks Melville eon vie led, BUYS FIRST CARD Mayor George Qu zunis of Fort Macieod, left, hands over SI to MIA Leighton Buck well, president of ih e Fort Macieod Centennial Society. Mayor Buiunis receives the first" membership card in the sociely. Fort Macieod plans are rolling for big Centennial in 1973-74, Memberships go on sale April 16, Swiharl Pholo birthday RAYMOND (HNS) A form- er resident of Raymond, now of Lethbridge, Mrs. Alice Howard Court Oliver, ivns honored by tier children on her Both birth day. Children, prrmdcbildren and grandchildren numbering 107 sat down to dinner at the Raymond High School auditor- ium. Mrs. Oliver came lo Ray- mond in J9U to join her first husband Howard who came from England. ]n 191G Mr, Howard joined (he armed forces. The following I yoar he was wounded and was returning lo Canada when hi died at sea. In 1917 Mrs, Howard married CRANBROOK (Special) George Courl, a widower and Philip William Melville, 29, no !ixed address, was found guiUy ST. AUGUSTINE'S PARISH GUILD AUCTION SALE PARISH HALL 41h Avc and lllh Si. S. Friday, April 14-7 p.m. TERMS CASK NO RESERVE Partial list of item) lo he sold 3-pc. dorV bedioom mile; TV; 2 chesterfields; gas rangej bookcase; school desk; blond console record playerj coffee loblc; doll buggy; bicycle, dmpei; washers; folding doori; diihesr pots and pansj nice, loaiter; keHlej mlxmailerj iron and knife. Many more too numcroui to mention AUCTION SERVICES DONATED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1930 2nd Ave. S. Lclhbridge, Alto. AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Licenie No. 41 Lkense No. meeting sees directors take office PINCIIER CREEK The Pinchcr Creek Co-operalive Association hekl Us Slst annual meeting recently with 125 members nnd guests in alien-dance. J. Hugh Cameron opened Hie meeting. Frank Frey, second director (or Pincher Creek, and Peter Malotf, new dircclor for Cow-ley-Lundhreck district, took office. Other directors: Jerome Pob-liins (.Summerview) Clary liar-ten Hichard Carlson (Twin Nick Dyck and Kurt Froosc Guests were Harold Webber, director of co-op activilics nnd c -edit unions; and Gordon Marker, direclor of Federaled Cooperatives Lid. and presidenl of the Calgary Co-op. Hilclebramt We-zel received a gold ring signifying 15 years service to the Pincncr Creek Co op. F. Hcnlon Murphy, rolinnf, direclor, received a fiolrl watch sipnifyinq Ifi years' servjrr. Miss Marjoric Smith, stiidonl manager, Miss Smith, alontf uitd olher sludents from Matlhcw Hallnn High School, is now en fiagc'l in 12-iicek in store rel.ii] course at the co-op criminal negligence in Iho death last Aug. 23 ol Talricia I.. Spcers, 21, of Calgary, in a lighway collision at Spanvood. Miss Spcers, travelling east wilh her sister, Linda, 19, died in the head-on collision. Linda was hurt. Melville was also found guiUy on a second charge ol driving while impaired with evidence of n blood conlcnl reading of .18 per cent. Mr. Justice n. Mclntyro sentenced Melville to hvo years less one day on the first conviction, and a concurrent three months on the second. In nrtdi-lion he is prohibited from driving any vehicle anywhere in Canada for five years nfler his release from prison. costs study okayed NATAL (HNS) District of Spanvood council received estimates from Undorworxl, McLcl-lan and Associates Ltd. Cor a study of the costs of paving the streets in the rcsidcnlial areas of Sparu'orwl and (DP n pmilc to Ihe frnnlatfo In.vy which will have to he niadn lo rover thp, cost of a paving program. The estimate for the study was between and SI Council authorircd the consulting engineering firm to proceed with the study. The study will provide sufficient information to conduct a referendum to determine If thp taxpayers of the district want to have a paving program in the residential area this year. SPECIAL FURNITURE AUCTION SALE Monday, April 17th -1 p.m. AT HURLBURT AUCTION WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. TRM! CASH NO RESERVE MOST OF THE ITEMS IN FOR THIS SAU ARE FROM AN ESTATE. THERE IS A LOT OF FINE OLD FURNITURE. For complela list tee ad In Saturday, April 15th, Lethbridge THOUGHT cum; A wewl. the hound's tongvic. once was believed lo be a cure for ITEMS MAY BE VIEWED SUNDAY, APRIL 16ih 7-4 p.m. AU DAY MONDAY, APRIL OlYMPIC HOPES Cnnndn'i Oioncri, r.f winning Olympic medals aro botlcr iViii yctjr Ihnn for some timo past. Don't mill Andy slQry on our counfry'j hesf Olympic proi-1 pccU, complofa willn tolor photoi, IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND SAIE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. >HONE 338-4705 1920 lnd AVE. S. IETHBSIDC8 AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN lie. 41 lit. "ather of nine children. Mrs toward had two small boys; [here were seven children born ,o the union. The IB children grew to man and womanhood in Raymond. They came from a home where there was much music as their mother had a fine voice and singing was part of the family life. Some years after Mr. Courl died his widow married a life- _ime friend, Ben Oliver of Lelh- liridgn. Recently Mr. and Mrs. Oliver revisited England where they Found many members of thp families and many old friends, Recreation leaps ahead at NATAL (UN'S) District ol Spnrwowl council has askiMl the municipal clerk to look inlo the m.itlcr of employing a recrea- tion director tor the new Spar- wood recreation complex and other recreation facilities with- in the district. Council aprcod to look inlo Ihe matter of finding new peo- ple to serve on the recreation commission and to establish terms for members on Ihe commission. Council is to advertise an vitation [or interested volun- teers for the commission. The recreation commission also reported of each have made lo the (iirl Guides and Sparwood Pistol Club. 100 honor Honeys PARAMOUNT moN About 100 friends from point.1; throughout southern Alhcrla palhorod recently lo honor Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Haney, lonH-tinic residents of the dis- trict, on the occasion of their Diamond anniversary. During the evening they were prcscnlcd wilh a plaque and piCts ol flowers and jewel- lery on hclialf of (heir [riemls in (he community. ROBIN HOOD PACIFIC ALLEN'S iiri Assorted '9-oz. pkg. 1-lb. pnrcliment wrnp 48-oz. Im CONTAD1NA CHOICE PRIDE OF ARABIA 28-01. Mb. hug MIX OR MATCH PILLSBURY ALL PURPOSE CHECK YOUR LOCAL L-WIART FOR QUALITY MEATS and VEGETABLES "MONEY SAVING PRICES QUALITY PRODUCTS" STORE HOURS; Open Daily 9 lo 6 p.m. Thurs. and Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 STORE LOCATIONS: 7025 Mciyor Magralh Drive College Mall 120 6th Slroel Souih Downtown 324 Mayor Magralh Drive ;