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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta April 13, 197J THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID 39 RDEK budget totals Ily NANCY MILES Herald News Service CRANBROOK Regional District of East Kooteuay board has endorsed Us 1372 budget at S-KW.OM. It includes 1971 o! a surplus from Budgel for 1971 was but with the broadened lax base hoisting mill return the actual mill rale on assessment, nol yet cslablishcd, may be down. Its general government ser- vices item, UDF.K latest function, are more than double] a I S1G3.345. These services con- tinue to expand. Women of hope, gather love is theme of 50th CWL convention May 5 to 7 UlNS) The War- ner Calholic Women's League held its annual meeting recent- Oliver music readv TABER (HNS) April 20 through 22 arc the dates for Ihe W. II. Myers High School production o[ Oliver. The inspiration and cllorl ol Ihe school's music department have given the stage show all the characteristics ol being the best musical ever produced al (he school. Director Malcolm Edwards reports that rehearsals have Rone well and thai the show is progressing rapidly the successful climax ou the 22nd. The cast includes a Iclal ol DO students and leachers. The story of Oliver centres around (he adventures of the young workhouse boy whose name Is Oliver. Because he is hungry and asks for more gruel he is sold lo an under- taker where his experiences are somewhat less than grati- fying. He runs away and finds him- self in the camp of pick-pock- cling Fagin and his other younff thieves. In his first at- tempt al Ihis type of work, Oli- ver is apprehended by Ihe local c'onslabulary and presenlly finds himself ensconced in the home of a rich old gentleman after his innocence is establish- ed. Eventually It Is discovered that Oliver Is the scion of a rich family and a plot by the villains of the piece to canlure Oliver for their own good de- velops. Fortunately the plot fails and the villains die as Oliver is re- stored lo his bencJaclors. Tickets Tor the Oliver pro- duction are available from any member of the cast and from the school office. Atlen- dance will be limited to 400 seals for each performance. y nt the h o m e of Mrs. M. Ilerbst, with Mrs. M. G. Hep- as co-hostess. Miss P. Troitll lead tlie open- ing prayer and gave a spiritual reading. The Calgary diocesan will lold its FjOlh convention May 5, C and 7 in the Highlander Hotel. Theme of Ihe convention will be 'Women of hope gathered Mrs. V. Ilcppler. Mrs. S. B. Mliii, Mrs. C. Drake, Mrs. J. Pittman and Mrs. A. Troidl plan to attend. Mrs. Troidl will be among those lo be honored as Ihe old- esl member of the Warner CWL along with oilier early members from other councils in Ihc dioecesc. The annual supper and instal- lation of officers will be held April 21 at 7 p.m. An invitation has been issued lo all women of the parish and their husbands. Annual reports were given by Ihe conveners and adopted. pier, president; Mrs. S. B. Col- 1 menial services which was Ii- in, Isl vice-presidcnl; Mrs. M. nally allowed appears again In Icrbst, 2nd vice-presidcnl; 1 1972 al S12.WW largely for pro- Mrs. M. G. Hepplcr, 3rd vice- 1 fcssional consultant services. iresidenl; Mrs. M. Flexbaug, ___ secretary and Mrs. N. Clnylon, .rcasurcr. New conveners will be ap- pointed al a later date. Frank Reid shows slides on N. Zealand COALDALE (HNS) Frank- Reid of Camrose, at the recent supper mcelinp of the Coalilalo Rotary Club, showed slides of sons; Mercer Prairie Rose by WI A scholarship for Grade 12 social studies wab approved. New officers: Mrs, V. Hcp- On Ihc revenue side main In- crease will come from Uie con- dilional transfers from the or- ganized municipalities at up from This rc- vi'iiuo is on total assessment basis while the unorganized is on mill rate basis collected by the province. Olher revenue is from return for services and modest senior government grants, RDEK i Rrauls structure lo organlia lions within its area, including i library and ambulance service tally Ihis year. Questioned expenditure item .ast year of for cnviron- Honor roll contains 58 pupils NATAL (HNS) Principa1 United Church Women F. J. Mitchell of the Sparwood 1 Jrk Elementary School says 58 pu- tllM X 1 ICHUftlll IJ )ils were placed on the honor House saved by firemen Sam expected to crush soon SPARWOOD By summer Sam, the car body crushing machine, is expected District of East Koolcnay. The announcemctil was made by A. J. Hcatherington. He arranges Sam's tour throughout the province to crush old car bodies for sale as scrap. Anywhere a municipality can gather 50 or more car bodies i visit for crushing, Sam and crush them into a package, wiring. COWLEY (HNS) Mrs. and Mrs. Van der Heide and fami- ly, live southwest of Cuwley. had a most unhappy evening recently when, in the midst of a swirling snowstom, their house caught fire. Lundbrcck and P i n c h c r Ihe dwelling. Not, however, be (ore the main living room was extensively damaged. The family was taken in by Mrs. Van dcr Heide's parents Mr. and Mrs. Vander Linden, a scanl half mile distant. Some insurance was carried The cause of the blaze is at tributed to faulty clcctrica District news roll while four were given hon- orable mention. Honor roll: drade 4: Suzanne lall, Drcnda Hildebrandl, Lodi tomano, Sylvic Kelly i Of Schchel, Maria Cividin, Kevin I COUTTS (HNS) April meeling of Ihe Coulls United Church Women was held at the Mrs. Norman Thomp- son with Mrs. E. Ford as co- hostess. The devotion was given by Mrs. W. Ford. Podrashy draws pat on the back The sludv for this meeting will be The Battered Child. Tlie UCW will serve lunch at! bcrs arc (o bring a giicsl. (he Coover auction sale. Three boxes of clothing were taken lo Ihe Friendship Cen- tre. J.elhbridge. Mrs. W. Ford reported on the conference and Ihe change Sutckcrl, Michelle Ultner, Ste- phen Anderson, Barry MusiJ, Marilyn Raylalukc. Valerie Lundstrom, Randal Clarke, Mi- chael Galla, Debbie Urness, Di- anne Urness, Linda Latka. Grade 5: Brcmla Dyck. I3ar- o.-ra Dyck. Diane Hydo'nnko. Billy Oliver, Joyce Yee, Stan- ley Loo, Rocky Uarrass, Pen- ny Chatterson, Odette Cole, Tonl Lynn Galla, Michelle Koz- ler, Alan Wliitlaker. Grade 6; Jackie Northey. Joanne Urness, Karen McPhcr- son, Sleven Martindate, Lee Anderson, Linda Pisoni, Arlene Dyer, Michael Rybachuk, War- ren Johnson, Trudy Ilopman, Kevin Cheryl Morgan, continuing projccls on which Margaret Yec, Sherri Bellamy, department of highway crews Vincent Bouvier, Marilyn v, ill be working Ihis summer, Blair Peebles. Hoscmaric says William Budden, high- Hake, Arthur Skow, Audrey I ways department superinlen- Surrao. dent of the Fernie area. Grade 7: Glenn a Parry. Mary Szliskc, Ralph Rutsch- mann, Barbara Halladay, Wen- dy WetLslein, Wendy miles of the Elk Valley road Ricky Hake, Allan Echadlich, I as well as paving if wealher Colin Hall. permits. Honorable mention: Tina Ry- Mr. Budden said he hopes to that is taking place In slructurc of the UCW. meeting will be held in Ihc church and mcm- Road projects NATAL (HNS) The upper Elk Valley highway and pro- posed Sparwood by-pass arc continuing projccls Mr. Budden said that present plans call for construction and gravelling of an additional NATAL (HNS) Sparwood High School Curling League re- cently complimented rinks win- [ning sections in league compe- itilion. A workshop for Mark I'odrasky, as skip of School teachers and leaders is i two different rinks, was recog- planned for some lime iji nizcd for accomplishing tbo May. It will he held at Milk rare feat of winning both sec- River. lions of the league's The May meeting will be tions. He skipped Ihc rink which won. Ihe firsl half draw sched- ule In November and Decem- ber uilh members Bob Parry, Ihird; Kathy Doratty, second, ami Kfithy Jones, lead, For the league championship dr.iw, January lo March, all rinks were reorganized, there- by creating rinks of equal strength. Poclrasky once again came on strong lo win the sec- ond draw schedule with the help of members Carl Cimolini, third; Vai House, second, and Hoping WI i j sees new apron ETZIKOM Hop- ing Women's Insiilute mel re- cenlly at Ihe home of Mrs. Henry (Margaret) Scherer. Mrs. Jack (Hannah) Griffith T demonstrated a combination Katnchak, lead, lo be utility apron that also serves w.lth tllc KK' s as a sun bonnet, i Transfer Trophy as well as m- It was decided to assemble hope cliest articles for a draw. It lish near fulure committee was also decided lo p-.i'n- a W.I. Cook Book in the with a planning comprising Mrs. Tony (Frances) Herbst, Mrs. George (Josephine Fauth, Mrs. Ralph (Doreen) Lee and Mrs. Isabel Laqua. The hostess gift was pre- hachuk, Veronica Peebles. Dan sec completion of the Spar- seuled lo Mrs. Ralph (Grace) ber of the rink. The trophy for the "mosl-lm- Walker and Candace DeAmia. wood by pass this year. iDixson. Lunch was served. proved beginner" was won by Jimmey Bsllina. The trophy for the "most Im- proved girl" went to Debbie Wood. In a ballot noted for its ex- ceptional closeness, Joanne Gris won the award for the "over-all most Improved curl- er." his trip lo New Zealand and other areas. He was assisted by Perry of the Chin dislric Mr. Reid and Mr. Perry were chosen by Rolary clubs in the spring of 1971 for the group study program sponsored by Ihc Rotary Foundation. Four others and one Holariau in Rotary Zone iiUS, which com- prises parts of Alberta, Saskat- chewan and Montana, went lo Zone 282. This took Ihem to northern New Zealand, Samoa and Tonga. Bolh Mr. Reid and Mr. Perry are farmers. Those scleclcd were not lo be Kolarlans but chosen by notary clubs. The program was for eighl weeks. The proscntalions showed all aspects of Ihe locations loured including farming, scenery which was also mountainous, with beauliful skiing localions and streams. Mr. Reid said when you are in New Zealand you are never more than 50 miles from the ocean. A return exchange program from Zone 292 in New Zealand is expected lo arrive In Calgary May 8 and continue In this Zone 53G until June 30. Alton Knapp was in charge Ihe program. f.en Scheibner Is the 1971-72 president. sung WARNER