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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Auguil 4, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 FRENCH CANADIANS VISIT TABER-Fke "joli juene Filles" are spend- ing iwo weeks with their Taber hostesses in a relurn visit. The five Taber girls were guesls of the Quebec girls during (he first Iwo weeks of July. Front row, left to right, ore: Claudette Larouche, Dolbeau, Quebec; Cheryl D'Cuhna, Taber; Marialle Lopierre, Breakeyville, Quebec; Sheila Redel, back row: Luce Canfin, Rimouski, Quebec; Beverley Hunt, Taber; Janjthe Thibould, St. Helene, Quebec; Vikki Adamowicz, Taber; Brenda Leahy, and Odette Lapierre of Breakeyville. The exchange visit was sponsord by the Canadian Council of Christians and Jews. Ross Gibb Photo Athletes win grants for study CRANBROOK (Special) Federal grants of SI..100 each by the department of heallh, Ot- tawa, have been awarded four district alliletes for continued university education on the ba- sis of proven sparls prowess. Hon. John Munro originated this program toward keeping Canadian alhlclcs in Canada rather than have them accept foreign scholarships for athlet- ic performance. Cranbrook winners arc Joy Ward and Terry McGrvern The former is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ward and was sold medalist skier al Canada 1371 Winter Games in Saskatoon. She is c u r r e n lly swimming leaclier and recreation director for the season at Bridgetown, "Barbados. She will use her scholarship lo eonlinue at Ihe University of B.C. where she is ski team member. Miss McGovern is the daugh- ter of Mr. Mrs. John Mc- Govern. r.nd hns been slandout in local .school baskelball which she has continued at i i m o n Frascr University. Burnaby. where slie lias been on a tour- ing a'l-slar Icnr Assessments reviewed by town appeal court CLARESHOLM (HNS) could only recomme: Seventeen Claresholm busi-Uown council amend the byla' nesses were recently given a as lo rales in certain cases, hearing at a court of appeal on business lax assessments under the newly-implemented business tax bylaw and nine were successful in having the Council passed a motion by Councillor Floyd Norby to completely review the business tax bylaw before the 1972 tax is levied. It was pointed out at assessment reduced. The Macleod Savings and hearing the tax was not based Two councillors voled Credit Union had its assess- j on the financial situation of a the proposal. ind just north of the shopping cen- aw! tre. The minister of highways had expressed "disfavor" will! the proposal in a letter lo Mayor Ernest Patterson. He lias a business in the shopping centre. He had felt it could pos- sibly cause some delay to the through traffic on the highway. ,amst Tennis interest increases menL increased by after a representative of the Bank of Montreal suggested the credit business but on area of space used. One councillor suggested tlie liquor store was union should be charged at the j assessed enough but was the government would a set business tax. proposed drive-in nol told only Town council approved an application nvm Mike Frey to ir wash on his south end of same rale as banks. Don Licbel, manager of tire local branch of the credit a -sident.! Development Company construct property town. Don G r c co-opera Li on council J1AGRATTI (HNS) Tennis enthusiasm has shown a mark- ed increase here since the new located south of 43rd Ave W. court was opened with 49 play- and west of a proposed town I ers Lading part in a recent recreation area and golf' tournament, the winners ad- course. Council will study the proposal al a later date. Firefighters plan foiiigo vancing to the Summer Games 1 Both out-of-town groups tra- in Claresholm. vellcd b.v bus. Randy Haynes and Mona I One hundred visitors enjoyed LONG TIME BETWEEN VISITS-Slon Pepper of Bellcvue and his two sisters. Myrtle Ekslrom of Calgary, lefl, and Bessie Code of Prescoll, Ont., were reunited ofler not having seen one another far (he pasl 43 years when they met in Bellevue recenlly. The las! lime the family was to- gether was at Brockville, Ont. Tour KCMP cemetery, museum FORT MACLEOD (Special) court houses and the buffalo TU. T7..I !jump m (he pdn[ Larry King, local secretary- manager, said he is apprecia- tive of local The Fort Macleod Historical A-ssociation was host lo Cal- gary and LeUibridge's histori- cal groups and Mona Kan-en took the singles' titles a picnic luncheon at the gov- and combined to win the mix- eminent campground be f o r e ed doubles. touring ,'ne RCMP cemetery, in the 10 to 35 class Mr. Forl Museum, old and new lanrant has met with opposi- proposal by the vice as a hank I Counc'' 'iad 8'ven approval in residential development lo the development A number of businessmen j earlier felt the rates specified by the n TT p J al hearing Bob Hampton felt Ihe business would I devaluate his residence and be! for to be for their particular busi- ness was too high. The court was only rule on assessment appeals able Lo a ''general nuisance." Philip Malkas will study al Chicago Mr. Hampton also staled he felt there would not be enough room for parking. He stated he would be willing to sell his property but would not disclose the price at a public meeting. Len Geisler proposed to erect the drive-in on property lo- j cated on Ihe northwest corner of 1st St. W. and 43rd Ave. COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Fire Chief Hemy Zak an- nounced the Coleman Volunteer Brigade is making plans i'L'i IOTUG nigh! to be belli 1.1 ilie Elks Hall or, Oct.. Major at I! be 75 silver as well as other prizes. Proceeds are for muscular dystrophy the 10 to and Mrs. Steve Rogdan the mixed doubles with 35 class, Mr. took Mrs Christine Niznikowski winning A-nftt the singles. In the 35 years and ove: class. Alice Stevenson won the singles and learned up with Irene Heck lo lake the doubles. Stephinc Ponomar and Christine Niznikowski won the doubles in the IP to 35 class. In Uic 14 years and under and for functions 'sponsJrX Z O-k which entitled Ihe fireman including essay and i ,iil 5 poster contests at Ihe local schools. i at Coutts COUTTS (I1NSI Annelte Biarchi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Bianchi, aflend- ed a leadership course in Attends funeral FORT MACLEOD (Special I Mrs. Griffiibs of Sac- ramento. Calif., relumed lo jForl Macleod recently to al- tend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Julia Gauticr. The Gauticrs were pioneers, ccmirg lo !he dislncl in 1902. Mrs. Gailirr was ill al the time of her dcaih. Philip Richard 50ut'1 a! 'nc Chinook Motel. II will enroll j lvas asked to a sit in the undergraduate College Plan council's further study Mary-Anne I'inch, daughter Or nrhe university of Chicaeo Before a decision on approval n.....-j i _ __ J nn..u i._ -----i_ do well J1AGRATH Family helped Farmer Jmriicd MAGRATH (HNS) Fire de- strcyed the farm noire of Mr. shimmers made an excellent and" Mrs. Robert Hillmcr whil CHICAGO Malkas of Coaldale will enroll showing at (he recent Cardston they were from the prem- fouse- hold possessions in me fire and swim meet with instructors Beverly Bridge. Janice Tooin- of Dr. and Mrs. Peter Finch of Kimbcrley, also SFU student, learned her skiing, like. Miss Ward, as a child on Kimber- ley's famous North Star ski hi'll. She will return to SFU and its ski team. Lloyd Cox of Kimberley is fourth scholarship winner. He is a student at UBC where he is on the rowing team. SEEK FLOOD RELIEF CALCUTTA (Renter) About two million people in West Bengal have been affected by floods caused by heavy mon- soon rains, officials report. The state government has appealed 100 million rupees (about 5130 million) for relief work ;al] could be made. graduate of Kate Andrews: Colmcil Passw1 a motion to Senior High School. Coaldale, PluTip will enrol) in the uni- versity under its "small school talent search program." The program, now entering its 12th year, is designed lo en courage students from small high schools, usually in small- er, rural communities, lo en- roll at the university. The university provides fi- nancial assistance for student based on need. The average financial aid for' students enrolled under the program in 1971 vill be SI.WO. A year's undergraduate tuition (three academic quarters) at the university is cut an opening in the median strip dividing the h i g h w a y through Hie town al a location Reject banner COALDALE (HNS) Fur- ther details are required, town council said, before allowing Ihe Taber-Warner Progressive each j Conservative Association per- mission to string a provincial er. Debbie Karren. Dennis Dahl site; and Christine Marker well- pleased wilh Ihe results. In the eigh'. and under girls' class, Jackie Rice captured Iwo firsts and a second and a community shower was held Lo assist the family. i JLJlCS Karen Alston FORT McMUHRAY boys' eight j Jack Wilmcr Thornton, liner placed Forl McMurray, was COWLEY (HNS) Charles Dwycr. a farmer in the Cow- ley district, is recovering from burns to his left hand and arm which were suffered during a combining accident. He attempted lo fill Ihe lank of his combine when the en- gine was overly hot. The gaso- line exploded, burning the low- er portion of his arm. The combine caiighl fire but killed the blaze was extinguished by neighbors and Ihe Pinchcr load her lo a four week period, I sponsored by the Coutts Rec- j realional Board, to hold class- es in arts and crafts. The first Iwo weeks will be for children in the five to eight- year-old class and the final two weeks for children in Ihe nine to 12 class. Upon completion, with satis- factory results, Annette will be qualified lo a month's leader- ship course next summer. She is being assisted in the classes by Noreen Theilcn. (CP) 20. of election promotion banner across main street. In the correspondence wilh the association il was noted olher loims are permitting the 1 banners. first and sec- ond, while in the boys' and under Kurt Widmer placed Forl McMurray, first and David Brraner second while operating' a fork-lift ve- in Ihe girls' nine and 10 class i hide. The load shifted and fell Creek Municipal Fire Depart- Caroline Riric tuined in an on lop of him mem. outstanding performance. She scored four first-place finishes. In the girls' 13 and 14 class, Monica Duske scored a first and second while second-place finishes went to Carol Krugcr, Heidi Schmidt and Shari Hohm In the boys' 13 and 14 class S'igfreid Widmer placed first and Byrne Brewcrton second with tie winners of the events advancing to the Sum m er Games in Claresholm. I j Chile shaken ESSAY WINNER shriiy I Ilougcn of Foremnsl .School SANTIAGO (Reuler) Two! is tlie winner of (lie County cai fh tremors of moderate in- i of 40-Mile farm safely essay tensity shook (lie Chilean capital Monday, but no damage was re- ported. contest for Grades 5 and Her essay was cnlidcd I'esli- cidcs are Poison. PIONEER DAYS-Primary children o( Tabor Firsl and lemcmboi Ibe Mormon pioneers win crossed tbo plains Ihiicl IDS wards combine in a pioneer day parade lo in 1846 and 1847. Ross Gibo Pliolo Jordcins' The gay, carefree woy of life Jordan's happy new shag look for people with Young Ideas "Saturday Nistht" Vibrant, multi-color nylon broad- loom now specially priced for (his Great August Event I Mnde exclusively For Jordans by Bigelow. We Have Carpnts for Everyone! loraans Use Jordans Cciwcnienl Budget Pfant No Down Poymcnf! DOWNTOWN al 315 6th SI. S. Oul-of-lown residents niny phono 327-1103 collrcl lor snviic right in Ihcir own homo! ;