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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 25-year lease for golfers TOM WILLOCK photo. Mayor D. Cameron McKay of Milk Rivsr, left, presents Harvey Nagle of Warner with a lease on the Milk River Golf Course for 25-years. Work has begun. It will be a modern nine-hole course with grass greens and a modern clubhouse. Temporary greens have been installed. Regular greens will be ready by June 15. Luchia sisters able speakers NOBLEFORD (Special) Public speaking competitions of the Barons-Noble 4H Club were held here recently. The junior section was held first, with Gwen Luchia plac- ing first, followed by Stuart Rogers, Reece Mclntosh and Randy Pike, placing second, third and fourth. Ten competed in this 10 to 13-year-old bracket. Judges were Ben Reiter of Barons; Mrs. Mary Phillips, Barons-Nobleford district, and Mrs. Betty Sewell of Noble- ford. Timer was club leader Earl Heresvele. In the senior division, Wan- da Luchia, repeated last year's performance by again placing first in a field of seven competitors. Judges were Mrs. Betty o e w e 11, Nobleford; Prof. Schultz, Monarch and Gerold Wiley of Barons. Tim Mclntosh, John Gro- ten, Kevin and Perry Luchia placed second, third and tied for fourth. Oratorical winners Gwen tuchia, left, placed first in the junior section and Wanda Luchia, right, repeated last year's performance by placing first in a field of seven competitors in the senior division of the Barons-Noble 4H Club public speaking com- petitions. They are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Luchia of Nobleford. Oratorical contest winners Winners of the final round of speaking in the Leih- bridge-Coaldale 4H Beef Club oratorical contest were Joyce Bond, top senior; Gary Tokariuk, top funior; Pat Bculton, second in the senior division; and Donna Tokari- uk, second in the junior division. Community club meets ETZIKOM (HNS) The re- cent annual meeting of the community club was held at the home of Mrs. Clifford (Bar- bara) Traxler. It was decided the same exec- utive will remain in office for a second term. Windy Hollow actors stage Take It Easv PINCHER CREEK (Special) A production entitled Take It Easy will be presented by the Windy Hollow Players. It will" be presented at the Canyon School auditorium at 8 p.m. Wednesday. April 13, and Thursday, April 19. Books were audited by Mrs. Ciovis (Kay) Sheitgen and Mrs. Simon (Ellen) Heitrick. Hc-siess gift was presented to Mrs. Traxler. She also hosted the lunch assisted by her moth- er, Mrs. Ellen Heitrich. Canvassers for the cancer fund were Mrs. Alice Ondrick, Mrs. Jessie Davis, Mrs. Rose Burger and Mrs. Ellen Heit- rich. The next meeting Is slated for May 9 at the home of Mrs. Claud (Faith) Traxbr. MON AMI CLUB STIRLING (HNS) The Mon Ami Club met at the home of Mrs. Hortense EQrsche. Special guests were Mrs. llarg Gaboon, Mrs. Alma Fawns and Mrs. BeJi Switzer. Following lunch everyone played rook. April 17, 1973 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD 3 Stove for Sportsplex MARY TYW.BURSKI photo. Mrs. Marian Bitango, left, treasurer cf the St. Ambrose Catholic Women's League, and Mrs. George Wall, treasurer of the Sunbeam Sewing Circle cf the Coaldale Men- nonite Conference Church, present money to Mayor A. F. Biakie to help buy a stove for the Ccaidale Sportsplex. The CWL has rais sd S230 and the sewing circle Slater Park plans shown at Granbrook CRANBROOK (Special) Slater Park plans have been unveiled by city industrial com- missioner Bruce McDorald who designates it "pteolige industri- al sites." The former 30-acre site be- tween North 6th St. (south boundary of the capacity occu- pied present Industrial Park) and King St. is fully vacated by its former owner, Crestbrook Forest Industries Ltd. wood complex and log storage. It has been levelled. West boundary is Briar Ave. and east, the railway tracks. North Third St. bisects it. The drafted site accommo- dates 23 large sites and the Ki- wanis Children's playground in the shadow of the old St. Eu- gene Hospital. It was a large proportion of the 1971 city annexation of hea- vily residential Slaterville bar- red from further residential use by unalterable industrial zon- ing. City amenities are limited there to water, electricity and j natural gas, which will be ex-1 tended to the new Slater Park j along with sanitary and storm j sewers, paved streets, curb and j gutter which pre-annexed Slat-1 erville has never had. i The prospectus sets rigid j standard for light industry and service businesses in Slater' Park under zoning regulation, covering limited use, lot build- ing height, location and land- scaping, building materials, and tax payment regulations. The psrk is named for the Slater Brothers who established the original sawmill there and operated jl bricly until Leask Brothers look it over about 1898. Family horsemanship parley COALDALE meet-} southern area of Qni u11 JfP11? horsemanship j Coimty 26 and to tmvn dale Sportsplex. of horseback riding events or It is open to residents of the i family riding. Croivsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 THEKLA EHNES photo. 'Getting Yourself Together9 Hoping 4H Nimble Needles Club me mbers Maureen and Linda Garber, Fun Wifh Oafs, and Sherry Black and Debbie Lee, Getting Yourself Together, show their displays at the Hoping Community Hall. These giHs were top team winners in the recent 4H eliminations. Tne litlibt iugc Herald Correspondent in Your Area ETZIKOM MRS. PIUS EHNES 666-2157 ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK.............739-21S9 RRNIE MRS. RICHARD WUUAMS 423-7438 FOREMOST GEOFF 867-3661 FORT MACLEOD MRS. TED SWIHART.................... 234-3612 GRANUM MRS. SO CESAR...................... 236-3806 Ccnlact these peopie for your District News or Classified Advertising Sister Inielda, school band aided hv COALDALE (HXS) Ths CaiholJc V.'o.-ncn's League re- me! 16 members It v.-js decided to give gifts in form ol pins To gradu- cf S.. .Jo.-rpVs Si.-ler Imctrla was given money to assist her wilh the school bsnd Mrs. Van Dyk and Mrs. Ther- esa King will the provin- cial Catholic Women's League ronvcnlion al Banff April 33 and a'.. Th2 next meeting of the OVIj will be held Tuesday. May n. in the SI. .losenh's School aiidiJorium in the form of a banquet and social evening. More district oil page 19 L Nimble Needlers pin-point success ETZIKOM fHJOS) The Nimble Needles 4H CloSi'ng Ctob held its demonstration eliminations in the Hoping Community Centre recently with Teresa Garber as chair- man. Top teams were Sherry B3ack and Debbie Lee for "Getting Yourself Together" and alternalc winners Melody Mueller and Teresa Garber with "Up and Away." They constructed birds out of rib- bon. In Uiird place was Ri1a Kana for her single demon- stration on how lo construct birds and fish out of card- beard Juries. In junior competition Maureen Garber and her sis- ter Linda Garber ttwk first tiicy displayed their un- baked cookie talents run- ner-up KatJjy Fauth and team mate Maureen Collsn on a "Wrinkle Free Vacation." They neatly packed a suit- case. Honorable mention went to Sheila Scratch and Sherry Se- wrrd as 1hcy cleaned and cared for 1hcir live hamster. Judges for the occasion were Mrs. Brian (Bca) Egly, Mrs. Ken (J5111 Bccnhart and Miss Dclorcs Rarick. Timer was Mrs. P 3 H s (Thcklal Ehnes and tellers Mrs. Rodger (Shiela Srvman and Mrs. Harry To Inank Ux; judges, timer and lelJcrs was Melody Muel- Jer. ;