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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Apcil 35, 1HE UTHMIDCE HltAlO Whik April shown jrehB-i May Sods aad Cute hire beta aetiTe B the various contra the region. %'alertca Pack their Six- er Briaa BreaoaB to the Troop meaty. In a smart and ef- rkieat Mremooy -the Pack had ifc tot-Grand with Brian WOP was then presented by SEauter W. D. GaUeactar In Troop Seodcr Larry Tremblay who pVe him a hand to leap onr toe invisible fine into the realm of Sealing. The UBB Hall was heaatifaDy art tB with Cub and Scout flap and gadgets, many of diamond willow carved apd vamisbed. At of the cere- nuoy a? adjoned to the for refreshments. A spec- ial cake was served by Mrs. I! Seel and Mrs. Tremblay with the complete Scout Law depicted in icing.'District Commissioner Kurt Seel was present (or 'the teteiauay as wen Mr. and Mrs Breocan and a number of in- trnaled friends. proficieary badges for the aifttt Pack aad the taae Itr tte Traap. The Thursday Kfht Pack Badges have to Cub shwing individ- ual Wds .of mterest iaehide: Housekeeping, Skaters, CAKMANGAY Carmangay Scouts and Cubs ban bad their Father and Son with an pomp and or cumstaoce and fun. Gues qieaker was Regional Commis- sioner Eldred Palmer. The Cubs had a' singsong and the Seoul a number of skits. Two fiboj oa Scouting wound up the program leaving happy. .Good going Carmangay Some 30 hikers around .Car mangay took part in their cent 18-mile walkathon. How many Cubs and Scouts took par we don't know but an event of thai nature always draws them Trust them to have fun hiking especially to raise funds. CaqpmtnlatnE areamty to tteFM Pmcber Creek Cube and Scooti and .fto for real effort and achien Some a Gibs 'and Souk are registered this year the onabrjf of leadershm B dent when'the nsotbj of-badge earning show no less than aad Cyclists. Scout badges in- clude: CftBBB Cifr Team Sportsmaa, anfly Care, Artist, Modeller Muadans and Builders. An interesting lour and study of the Alberta Government Tele- taoHJet was enV. by the Cabs dader the (odanee of S. LePard. The Troop had a interesting the geoi- of this area by Jobs Jack- son for patrols, the other wo having specialized instruc- OB on compass reading. Be- socfa training the boys have participated in all forms of fund raising, the latest be- ing a sale of garbage bags. Farmer Queen's Scout Don {eCrimman is home in Pmcber Creek from the University of Calgary. This young man is cur- rently combining an engineering course with physical education. He is an aD-romd athlete and an exceptionally good skier. Good luck, Don! Waterloo's Sender Larry Tremblay managed the Pincber Creek Bantam Hockey team this past season. Furthermore be book them to victory in their league. This fa the man who tandles survival training and mountain rescue in the Park. A real tip of the hat Seouter Larry! Good Hunting, All! Holiday Lineup For Taber Many Events Planned TABER (HNS) The basket filled with goodies and the strings are warty all ti'-d up lor the Victoria Day weekend at Taber. Opener for me boMay is the Tabier Roping Club's annual quarter horse show which gels under way. promptly at IBL Saturday, May IS and which will feature a registered cutting competition, sure to be a crowd pkaser. Tte sbW is approved by bom the' Afcerta and Canadian Quarter Horse Associations, en- tries due at p.m. Satur- day, Hay 9 and the judge is Ralph Scott of Kemewkk, Washington. The civic ceolre celebrity dumer Saturday evening wil seat at the brad table national and international celebrities in- chiding Miss Canada 1JTO, Hiss Julie Hakney of Ottawa, Can- ada's sweetheart ol the ski slopes and Olympic' champion Mrs. Nancy Green Raines o Rossland, B.C., and Morey Am sierdam of television's enter world, a comedian o TOf SKAKHB Dick 14, ton of Mr. and L: K. Honey of Iron Spring! and a member of the Lethbridge Northern 4-H Beef Club, won the Southwell Regional Public Speaking Competition at Lerhbridgt recently. Second went to Donna Work, centre, and third to Kerber Photo. mances of the new civic centre buUding in which It is to be held. Sunday 'afternoon at the grounds, stock provided by Reg Kesfer, of Rosemary ill be introduced to stampede mpetilors at p.m. in the irst go-round of the two day rodeo. Monday's show, starting with be official opening at which isUing dignitaries will offici- ate, will also begin at p.m. Entries for the rodeo events close 2l 6 p.m. Friday, May IS. In addition to entry fees, (220 prUe mcoey is offered in each of the saddle brooc, bareback and bull riding, roping and steer wrestling; 100 for the amateur saddle KOOC riding, and (or the adies1 barrel race. Special events will be snet and pony races by a Medicine lal dub, and mcmature ivik horse races in three age groups ranging from seven to 14 years Supporting events are a rodeo Indigitation Raised By Parking Inferease Also at the bead table will be government officials including Afcerla's premier ilarr Strom, Canada's Minister Agrictdture Hon. H. A. (Buo Olson and local and distric digQiUries. Toe dinner al per pla1 (mth ears and television set given away) will support th ueeu competition with the crowning taking place during t rodeo opening ceremonies, bar of gold under the charge of the .local Elks coo- cession booths and midway at- tractions, and all that goes to- gether to make up three full Lays of entertainment. Hold Spring Tea FORT MACLEOD (Special) Trinity United Church Wom- en sponsored a successful spring lea recently. Guest were served at indivi- dual tea tables by the young girls. Sharing pouring honors Mesdames M. Andrews, L. Ju- lian, SI. Edlund, A. Burbige, A. Brewsler, W. A. Day. Also featured were a sewing table and grab hoi and a bake table. General convener was Mrs. Reg Purdy. WET BASEMENTS? DO-IT-YOURSELF KIT A krl with intfriKtiani. Dining hk> Mm Ho Labor -7SJ-M2I- WRITT 4011 CHAKLESWOOO DR. N.W., CAIGAIY 41 Developed by TDANSEAl CHEMICAL RESEARCH DIV. DEALER INQUIRIES INVITED Birthday Callers GRANUM 190 goati called at the home of Mr. and Mn. T. recent- ly to pay their respects to Alex MacGregor oo ha birthday. Out-of-town wen from Calgary, Edmonton, Left- bridge, Fort Matleod; Clares-; hnta, Slavery and Nanton. CRANBHOOK (Special) Recent parking metier rale in- crease in commercial area from one cent and five cents to five cents and 10 cents for 12 minutes or one hnr has arous- ed indignation the of Baker. Street and KB, feeder iBapimKBtiDOB, prob- ably im almost simuttaneous with. opening of Cranbrook Man, the fLS nut- ban centre' .which terminates the busmen, area at 121h ATCB- REttSTRATTON FOR MGWHERS j in the Canbton Elementary School For Hw 1970-71 term, will take place In the office of i t. J. Wood School, mornings of tfw.week of April. ;27tri through May lit. Children mint 'be (a) :-'v before Jhe lit of January. CIOKE HAMHTOH, the Sparwood Council _ Accepts Deposits LONG DISTANCE STOfAGi 327-297 DAYS J77-M73 NtGHTS McLean Transfer Ltd. -i. MI n. i MPPBM RaMTUU STOIACf WAIBMUSE Van linn' A MTTH All WAYS" NATAL (HNS) Sparwood council' recently accepted- de- posits for Iwo light, industrial lots and for three commercial Plans for "buildings' "for these lob must be 'sobmitted to and approved by Council -within site which ie Committee'' abn heard a proposal from Spar- wood Developments Limited for moving bouses from Natal to a location ofl; the Hi VaBey road near the cemetery. Spar- wood Developments has (aiuuuJ eight acres of land which they propose to sub-divide into-kits lor between 30 to 60 bora The development company plans to service the lots with water to put ia roads and streets. However, sewers will; not '.be provided. The proposal had a mbied re' action from me Flaming Com- mittee and is to be sent back to the firm lor further informa- tion. Municipal clerk Ldretta Montemurrb -was asked to check some aspects of the pro- posal before it is brought 'up again by this committee or by Council. AMerrnac Earl Tabor report- ed an offer from Lenrice Engi- neering TimitirV to build and sell on a lease purchase basu recreation and mnmapr vice baOdrngs. Carnal referred this proposal to the committee for study along with other pro- posals for development of these facilities. Council also asked mnnicipal forenHB AveliDO Cunotini to ob- tain a quote for the. relocation of a sewer main in the town- coBsioerabv brooble and dpenae last winter Bruno Berilacqua was asked to draw up for Council, set of proposed regulations related to the OK of rnobue in Sparwood towpszte.- businpsa dBcussed, b Connefl mrJnded untidineiB le by Cotumbii Natoral Gaa dur ing the fhiii'a __tha to [ectify ft Jolly Meet WARNER (HKS) Th Warner.Jolly Janes held the April meeting ia -the Warner Memorial Library.' Hosteim were Roma Ka Mueller, Gafl Biggen Shannon Biggen. Judges far: the public speak ing 'competitions were Mrs. Cress, New Dayton and Hn H. LMJDI, Hut River. PROOF OF CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP IN THE KMM OF A CANADIAN BIRTH CERTIFICATE A CERTIFICATE OF CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP IS NOW KQiHRio TO OBTAIN A CANAOUN PASSPORT Dfri Oitside of Cwwdfl REQUIRE A CERTIFICATE OF CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP FOR THIS PURPOSE Pamela Heppkr and Keffle Seft; iDtmnediale, Janet Pitt Gafl lUaWL UVU DWBia, Marie Ptttman, Naree bat ordered at tet time and offers a 230-fa_- free parking lot operators between Seventh'Avenue and the Mall organized informally to- ward 'reprimanding the city on and present brief effects of. UK action, Word sohmon of: the "parking nation for .their .own custom- 's.. The new: city zoning byljrw nhnents as prepared by Regwoal District1 of East ootenay. pianner bad rigid ratio of rm to ane square feet as to off-street parking require- aits for floor space in new buildings. Amendment by city council reduces this ratio which would have given Baker Street appearance is one of thirc to be reviewed at a pabbc bearing. The boaness group now plant to present, alternative pro- nsals, probably toward provi- sion of' large pooled parking areas off Baker Street, easily accessible for the stopping pub- lic. The merchant nowledged that those long distance is on offering off street -parking space were shouldering the oats, and they acknowledged heir own responsibility to do be same in some way. Obe suggestion was any surpke Tom city parking meters should be reserved as' sinking be augmented in some way by existing businesses ndmt required private park- ing toward establishment by the city of a.substantial, city-oper- ated parking lot.ofl Baker and easily accessible to shops and businesses vest of llth Avenue, possibly with a small charge to cover its operation by the city. Enactment of meter fee in- crease iM-Tuial in 1969 when it became apparent meter heads had to be replaced and the fee was approved for permanent potting on the re- meter beads delivered f TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA Kinyiana, frlereailk INSUMNCE IS JUST NOT PART Of OUK BUSINESS -IT B OM OMY lUSINCSS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN WORM JACK WMMTTON STRfET SOUTH en IN TOUCH WITH The Court of ComAm Citizenship 309 7th Avt. S.W.r Carggry PfiorM 262-7737 DffARTMINT Of THC MCMTART Of STATf Porks ON KKfCOtiM D0pfll iMCMt CITY OF LETHMIDGE The City of Cemetery ffte following Nttiohi (a) No ptrion'thall arfificiol flowers on any lot fn Mid fgblic Ctrmtnitt during period lit- 30th in any (b) Tht SvtwHflftnoW ihcll him Ml to rtmtrvi orritkral floYnri from erty in Tublic CetiffhMy rfifring ptr'rod referred to Tn iub para- graph Nelica-U heraby jrven ihol 01 of May, 1970 artificial flower arranacrmnh) remaining in the rery will colltcfcd for by Cemettry itaff. lo retain their arrangement, muit rhitn ramoved prior to May 1, 1'70, It's the talk of the province! On Sundays you can call long distance ANYWHERE IN ALBERTA and talk for three minutes for a maximum of fifty cents. saves you time as well as money because this rate applies to ODD calls. Just dial direct to anyone in the province, then start talking. It's a nice way to keep in touch. You can do a lot of long-distance talking for just half a buck anytime between Saturday midnight to 6 a.m. Monday. do not lo person-to-person, coHecf, third party billing, time and chargt, coin phone, or credit card you happen to live in an area without ODD service, SUNDAY 50 rales apply to stalion-lo- station cafe placed with Operator. ALMNTA OUlliJIHMUil ;