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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta COALDALE (HNS) The Barons-Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and ore-school clinics: TABEK: Tuesday, April 28, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, April 2S, in the Library Build- ing (south door) from 10 a.m. to 12 coon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, April 30, in the Health Unit Of- fice (upstairs in the Town Of- fice Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 men and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Apiil 30, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. GRASSY LAKE: Friday, May 1, in Ihe Chamberlain School from 1 to 3 p.m. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medi- cal officer of health, urges par- ents to ensure their children are protected against conta- gious disease. VOUCYBAU CHAMPS Southern Alberta Regional IDS Church Volleyball Cham- pions are, back row, left to right: Cothy Pitcher, Bonnie Pitcher, Donna Ady and Debbie Pitcher; fronl row: Brendti Jensen, Wendf Bedford ond Cheryl Cord. The Cardston Fourth Ward junior girls, under sport director Mrs. Marie Pitcher, won the trophy de- feating learns from Lelhbridge, Taber and Raymond. Hull Photo Bible Work Outlined WRENTHAM (1LNS) And- ew S. Wood, district secretary rf Ihe Canadian Bible Society t as the featured p e a k e r at the Community Church here. His presentation of the Can- adian Bible Society work was prefaced by the reading of Rom- ans 10 from the new English Bible which has recently been printed The society is actively engag- ed in the printing of Bibles and also in the translation into (fcrf- erent languages. The Bible ear s being printed in different anguages with 21 of them being done in the last year. Over 000 workers are engaged in this Usk. 27, 7HI UTHMIDGE HKALD 3 George Wait Named Mayor 265 Support Blood Clinic F1KCHER CREEK (Special) total of 265 Pincher Creek and district residents supported the recent blood donor clinic. Twenty donation certificates were presented to Mrs. Dorothy Blackburn, Mrs. Clarice Bowen, Mrs. Myrtle McGlynn, Mr. Henry Dyck, Dr. Earnest Bryant and Dr. Murray Hodg- BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Councillor Ceorge Wait was sworn in as mayor of the of Blairmore at the regular meeting. Mayor Wail replaces Mrs. Thelma Smilh who resign- ed recently due to being trans- ferred to the Calgary office of the Canada Manpower Centre. Councillor Don Dececco in- formed council that H. G. Cow- ard had tendered his resigna- tion director of the Preven tative Social Sen-ice effective in August. Mr. Coward, who is also minister of the Blairmore and Bellevue United Churches is returning to university in eastern Canada. Council was informed that Ihe Crowsoest Pass School Di- vision No. 63 supplementary requisition for the Crowsnest Pass has been set at Town foreman John Gibos ad- rised that be had attended a plumbing seminar recently. He also informed council that 300 feet of sewer line will have to be installed in the new sub- division and, as the grade is critical, council approved hiring engineer Wayne Tiziard McLeUan and Cagle transport for road work his summer. Council agreed to pay half of Prevenlive Social Service requisition of for 1970. Mayor Wait was appointed representative of the lown c( Blairmore on tlw Pincher Creek Creslview Lodge. Secretary treasurer Alrik Tiberg will attend the Zone 2 Alberla Urban Secretary-Trea- surers Association meeting to be held in Fort Macleod May 7. A Idler is lo be directed to the Blairmore Elks Lodge, upon recommendation of the council police committee, suggesting Ihal more supervision bo ar- ranged at public dances held in the Elks Hall sponsored by various groups. That All May Be One Shown By United Church COALDALE The Coaldak nilEu Church hosted people rom various congregations re- cently for a special showing o! the film That All May Be One. The film was produced by Berkeley Studio of UK United Church of Canada. Its purpose is to develop awareness of the church's in- volvement in current and per- sonal problems. The sound track consists of poems, songs and special effects. Rev. Ron Johnslone conduct- ed the service. C o n g r e gallons represented were from Lethbridgc, Barons- slon. Raymond, Del Eonita, iouth Alberta Japanese and >ald ale's churches of several denominations. Tins film was purchased at a cost of by members of the South Alberla Presbytery and is available for rental by con- tacting Dr. Bruce Johnson o( Fifth Avenue United Church, Medicine Hat. CELESTIAL HIPPIES To UK ancient Greeks who gave them their name, cornels were "long haired" wanderers because of the long tail stream- ing from the nucleus. Saddle dub Plans Meet 86 Students Performing In Magrath Ranchers Moving or Libby Dam COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Saddle Club will hold its spring and summer planning meeting Thursday night at eight o'clock in the John David- son School auditorium. Many items of business will be discussed, including the building of rodeo and gymk- hana grounds. A proposed de- velopment plan will be avail- able for inspection and criti- cism and improveraenl sugges- tions. The selection oE an exec- utive and commiltees for the year will take place. Also on the agenda will be an address by W. D. GeMert on the planning of regional and county Summer Games cham- pionships. Winners will attend the Games in Pincher Creek, in August MAGRATH (HNS) The Magrath Band now has a par- ents' auxiliary to assist with ac- tivities. Jlrs. John Thompson is president, Mrs. Bart Hilirrter vice-president and Mrs. Ken Harker secretary-treasurer. Bandrraster Boyd Hunter met with parents lo acquainl [hem the program. The senior hand will partici- pate in the Medicine Hat festiva May 9 with both the senior ant junior band scheduled to pre- sent a concert in Magralh early in June. There are 86 students per forming in both bands. Privat' and school-owned instruments represent in an invest merit with recent purchases in- cluding a marimba, snare drums and a bass clarinet.. Until a suitable band room can be erected, Mr. Hunter using the Assembly Hall for in struction. Acoustic tiling is be- ing put in the ceiling lo improv conditions. i By NANCY MILES Herald News Service core resistance among established mchers of the South Country gainst selling their ranch prop- lies to the Crown appears to c softening. Their properties and range oases flank the Koolenay River ehvecn Ihe Montana boundary and Wardner. It will be the Canadian 42 miles of the 90-mile Libby Dam Rumpus Room Carpet Famous Outdoor fibre with rubber back. Ideal for rumpuj rooms. 4 colors only. MATERIAL ONLY 449 SO. YD. Revelstoke BUILDING MATERIALS Conw 3rd An. ami 17th St. S. 327-5777 Booth Planned At 4-H Show ENCHANT (HNS) The Sc cial Credit Women's Auxiliary for the Little Bow riding has agreed to supply a refreshme booth for the 4-H calf show and sale'in Vauxhall July 7 and Those in charge are Mrs, Edna Davies, Mrs. Esther Johnson and Mrs. Eleanor Olson. In other Enchant news, local women attended the Evan- gelical Lutheran C h u r c Women convention in Lei bridge. The Ladies' Cotmmmi Association plans its annual cleanup day at the kitchen an hall May 13. The local 4-H club met to dis- cuss plans for spring acUvili and the sale and show in Vauc hall in July. jlenwood Lions dub Celebrates Cleanup Drive At Stirling STIRLING (HNS) The yil- age spring .cleanup campaign s continuing. Trees are "being rimmed, backyards cleaner, up, and accumulated garbage aided away. Open lots of grass and weeds have been bumet under the directiou of the fire department. In other Stirling news, the Inal meeting of the season o the Parent Teacher Associa lion was held with Mrs. Glady Hill, Lelhbridge public schoo system librarian, the gues speaker. local Red Cross drive for funds reached its goal, ant Mrs. M. Section and Mrs. M Seely have returned home afte attending Expo 70 in Japan. eservoir under the Columbia Jevelopment Treaty. Approach to the South Cam- py from the southern Trans- anada Highway has been wel stablished in the beef indus- ry for many years, and a mili- it organization of ranchers one of them armed, physically emonstraled their hostility t liespassers in late winter when urvey crews were attempting o route {he higher new roads ecessary when the reservoir is filling starting in 1972. Property acquisition' job wa: assigned the highways depart ment engineering service whic las an office in ant estimates roughly one-third the property needed for floodini ind shore purposes has noi wen acquired. In only one case was a price made public, and that was KX) for the Desrosier Ranch o S76 acres including machiher and modern maintained build ings. Some 83 titles along th reservoir area were ..private leld, though not all were oper aSng ranches. The one-thin now being transferred to the Crown peacefully in the pas! few weeks represent the mos difficult negotiations, and con- tinuation of full acquisition wi probably proceed with relativ ease. GLENWOOD The Glen- wood Lions Club marked its 2Sth anniversary recently with charter night banquet In the LDS Church cultural hall. Eighty-three attended. Lions International director Gordon Wright of Saskatoon spoke about Uonirm. Head table guests included Jishop Keith Olsen and Mrs. )lseo; charier member Grover rhomas and Mrs. Thomas; dis- trict governor Ray Stoddard and Mrs. Stoddard of Cardston; Keith Dawson and .Irs. Dawson; zone chairman W. Dunnage and Mrs. BUD- Je; and secretary treasurer Waft Olsen and Mrs. Olsen. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lethbridge of Brocket provided the musi- cal entertainment. Lions Grover Thomas, Thaioe Smith, Archie Leavitt and Wall Olsen were honored with spe- cial awards. Rummage Sale COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Coleman Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion has completed plans for a rummage sale to be held in the Legion basement. The event will be held May 21 from 24 p.m. Pincher Plans Night Shopping PINCHER CREEK (Specia The Pincher Creek Chambe of Commerce has announced that business places in the town will have shopping until 9 p.m. Friday, effective May 1. The late night shopping is de- signed iu facilitate easier shop- ping for the expanding popula- tion, and it is hoped thai this nc'.v service will help the econ- omy of this area. Peter Cresswell Assumes Duties As Court Worker Engraved in Silver A gift (o be cherished for a lifetime Is this exquisite silverplated liqueur cup personally engraved with the names and wedding date of the bride and groom. Memories are made of treasured mementos like Engmlng this... from MacKenzle's. CHARGE IT NOW ft SAVE! Extrt MACKENZIES MHOW KKCHMISI ItffULltt OPEN AM ACCOUNT TODAY! i SASKATOON VOO9EJAW PnlNCt ALBERT CALGARY i LETHBBIDOt 613 4th South 32M2H PIXCHER CREEK (Special) I Peler Cresswell, Director of' Napi Friendship Associa- on vrill be assuming the duties W court worker, along with has uties as executive director for he association. There is a need for work to be (tone in tbk fioid. One of the major conflicting areas be- ween native and non native lersons is centred around the aw. The association has re- ceiver! the co-operction and consent of the RCMP and Mag- L. Levine in this capac- ity. The duties of the court worker will include: 1. Attend court and act as a aison between natives and court. (a) Explain court procedures and court language, and make sure persons know their rights. (b) Assist in obtaining law- -ers or legal advice, and legal aid in indictable offence cases. (c) Speak on their behalf (in some cases, and when request- (d) Contact family or friends or Ihem, re: bail and fine. (c) Lend moral support. 2. Help native people hi aking steps to fit into society when released. (a) Counselling and referral regarding employment and ed ucation, the John Howard So. dety, Dept. of Alcohol ism, and other social services. 3. Help native people in mak ing use of the courts (laying charges, etc.) 4. Visit native people in cells pcally, and in the provincia jail (possibly on a Explorert GRAKUM (HNS) ciliation in a broken world" was Ihe Iheme chosen for the recent annual Explorers' tea in the United Church hall. Globes and dolls costumed in international dress provided the decorations for the hall and the a tables, A puppet show involved pup- pets made by the girls. The lea pourers, clad in inter- national costumes, were Mrs. E. Mohr (Indian Mrs. J Veenland, Mrs, K. Pe lerson, and Mrs H. Jorgenson, representing the mothers and grandmothers. Archery Season Set At Coaldale COALDALE (KNS) Th 1J70 surcmer archery program sponsored by the Southern Re- gional Recreation Board will be held each Wednesday on the R I. Baker School grounds. Junior sessions will be hel from (o and seniors from to p.m. This year archery will be or ganized on a regional basis wit championships lo be held for the County of Win ners will be eligible to atteix the southern Alberta Summi Games in Pincher Creek ir August. REGISTRATION FOR BEGINNERS in Cardston Ekmentary School For the will lake in of Ihe E, J. Wood School, mornings of of April 27th through May Children (6) before the Uf of January. GIOHGt HAMILTON, PXINCIFAL NOW! A slide-out oven for stand-up cleaning! Not too blf, not too small and priced r'ght, too yours from Frigidaire. I tr wtiitt. 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