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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurdoy, Angus! 7, 1971 THF IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 So long, it's been good to know yuh Easter holidays thing of the past TABER (HNS) fiber School Division No. C and Taber Separate School District No. 54 will operate during the 1U71-7Z school year on a schedule that will provide for dismissal hy mid-June. It was approved al a recent board meeting attended by sep- arate school board chairman Joe Chomany and secretary- trecsu'er Garlh Smilh. Mr. Chomany said separate schools would operate on the plan to conform with the pub- lic schools because of the com- mon Iransporlalion system. School will start Aug. 30 for j Ihe teachers, wilh student reg- istering the following day. Easier holidays will be limit- ed t" Ihe Good Friday and Eas- ter Monday. Grade 12 examinations will be written June 12 to 19, nine days earlier than standard plan. Other classes will recess fur the summer holidays on rela- tive dates. The modified school year will apply k) all schools, including Chamberlain (Grnssy Lake) and Barnwcll. WILD COW MILKING REQUIRES MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION Watson crowned i Py S. P. JOHNSON Herald News Service PICTURE BUTTE Peggy Watson was crowned queen of Ihe recent three-day Jamboree Days here. Despite the neat, many peo- ple gathered ror the amateur rodeo events. The Mutual Improvement Association of Ihe LDS Church won first prize in the organi- zations section of the parade. The winning float featured (.he theme "God is intelligence" and promoted family recrea- tion. The Ruyal Canadian Legion's entry came second and Knights of Columbus placed third. Other parade were commercial, W. T. IliU; non- commercial car, Order of the Royal Purple; youth section, Turin 4-II Club; most original, Debbie Dudley; best family en- try, Stronski family; decorated bicycle, Cari Suclier; comic, Mark Heninger; best junior en- try, Cindy Oslnip; and pels, David Recder. FAIR WINNERS Fair iiiiuiers were as fol- lows: Peas: Takahashi girls; Katie Harvey; Mark Osaka. Bc-ans: Mark Osaka; Katie Taylor outlines highway plans BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) In a public meeting here Gordon Taylor, minister of highways, revealed the pro- posed route of a four-lane di- vided freeway through the 'Pass. With (lie aid of a department of highways and transport en- gineer, Mr. Taylor, oullined Ihe proposed route which would run behind Ihe 'Pass Consoli- dated High School, behind the municipal hospital, through (lie golf course, following the exist- ing route to Trank and con- tinuing south of the present route through the town of Bel- levue. Mr. Taylor also outlined oth- er possible roules which were rejected due lo higher costs and their technical unfcasihil- ily such as overcoming high grades and the possibility of greater confusion arising from increased cross-traffic. Mr. Taylor poinlcri out that, at present, growth rate of traf- fic such a highway would be European trip IRON SPRINGS (IINS) Mrs. F. O'Donnell and Elaine Sorgard of Picture Butte and Mrs. Joyce Rasmusson of Lclhbridge have left to spend tht next month visiting various European countries. necessary within 10 years, and the use of interchanges for each community would greatly lessen highway fatalities. During a question and an- swer period Mr. Taylor sug- gested that anyone affected by the proposed route could con- tact him in Edmonton by phone or mail, preferably as soon as possible. Harvey: Mark Osaka. Carrots: Takahaslu fills; TakahasHi girls; Nellie OLKawa. Po t a t o e s: Wilma Beyer; Katie Harvey; Takahashi girls. Tomatoes: D a r 1 i n e Tokai; Katie Harvey; Nellie OiKawa. Heels: Mark Osaka; Taka- hashi girls; Wilma Beyer. Onions: Katie Harvey; Mark Osaka: Darline Tokai. u Evelyn Osaka; Takahashi girls; Mark Osaka. Cabbage: Darline Tokai: Wilma Beyer; Evelyn Osaka. C a u li I I o w n r: Takahashi girls; Darlir.e Takai. Strawberries; Katie Harvey; Kim Olcr; Kim. Oler. Raspberries: Evelyn Osaka; Nellie Oikawa; Mark Osaka. Flower Arrangement: Katie Harvey; Doris Dalgliesh; May Takahashi. Vegetable Arrangements: Takahashi girls; Evelyn Osaka; Darline Tokai. FOOD SECTION Chiffon Cake: Amelia Dick; Mrs. Klavansky; Mrs. Rcurink. White Bread: Doris Dal- gclish. Parker house Rolls: Doris Dalgelish. Butter Tarts: Dorothy Reed- er; May Takahashi; Doris Dal- gelish. Pic: Helen Oliver; Doris Dal- gelish; Dorothy Reeder. Novelty: Darline Tokai. Students at workshop BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau Four Crowsnest Pass stu dents, Gayl'a Costanzo, Kara Pozzi, Diane Svoboda and Johi Muspratt are attending the 13t annual pro v i n cial summe music workshop in Camrose. About 200 sludcnl musician from 29 AJberta communitic, are enrolled in the workshop Tlie four week session pro- vides an opportunity for study under 30 professional teachers coaches and conductors from Canada and the United States In addition to individual in struction and small ensembli experiences, each student is a member of a major musica organization. The workshop has developed a concert band, sym phony orchestra and two Chora: units. PLAN EVENT COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Tot Lot will present a mini Olympics day next Wed nesday, Aug. II, at the Coal- dale tot Lot. Four age classes will be represented, from five years and under to 10 to 12. Fun starts next Thursday Sam Steele Days set CRANBROOK (Special) Themed this year on recrea- tion, Sam Steele Days 1971 package Cranbrook tenders an- nually is ready for delivery, starting 7 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 12 and reeling to a close Sun- day evening, Aug. 15. Sam Steele Sweetheart can didales are now being judged secretly on the basis of grace deportment and talent, and winner will be announced at the Thursday evening theatre- pageant. Candidates are Kathy Con- nick, Beth Hamilton, Marilyn Holmes, Helen MacDonald Cathy Miller, Mary Pascuzzo and Mary Ann Zirk. Winner holds office for a year repre- senting tlie city at far-flung ap- propriate functions. New sweet- heart will succeed 1970 Sweet- heart Debbie Scott. Tlie parade, loaded with visiting bands this year, and a principal days event is Satur- day morning at 11 o'clock. The Associated Canadian Travellers fireworks display is that eve- ning, with Saturday peak pro- gram day. New items for 1971 are a Cranbrook H'ycliffc Kimber- ley bicycle race, 17-unit wagon train on a 40-mile three-day trek via David Thompson route trails from Yahk to Cranbrook, Kootenay Indian Tent village at Baker Park for crafts dis- and food sale, open air dog show at Rotary Park, log- gers competitions, stock car races, rodeo, soccer tourna- ment and street dancing.- In act dances will range almost continuously in every availab'.e pace from the formal Sweet- leart Ball to square dance and een-age rock. Don Lockyear is Days suc- essful chairman for Ihe third lonsecutive year. He came rom Eugene, Ore., and mas- erminds tlie program, which xtupies every park and open space in the city, from the Sam iteele office trailer, to be set this year in the paved lot off 1lth A.'enue North across from the Canadian Legion. Each year his mother, Mrs. Rachel Lockyear, now 66 years old. Joins Ihe Lockyear family as the highlight of her year 10 joe-job the telephone and infor- mation centre at the trailer with sizzling enthusiasm, Teachers are named ELAUIMORE fCNT Bureau i tentative staffing list for Ihe Isahelle Scllon Elemen- tary Scbfiol in Blairrr.ore for 1971-1972 has been drawn up at. follous: Grade 1, Mrs. E. Gibnar, Mrs. C. Pitt; Grade 2. Mrs. N. Slopak, Mrs. M. Smith. Grade 3: Mrs. L. Ttndulski, Mrs. M. Bodio; Grade 4. Mi.s. K Kovach. Miss M. Buhner; Grade 5, Mrs. C. Dixon. Miss A. Kuhic: Grade T. Stanley, Mrs. II. Ilucik; Grade 7, Mrs. B. Gregory, J. Kcinpers; Grade 8, J. Lonsbury, pririeipal. Miss B. spe- cial education. Mrs, B. Broso- sky, librarian. H Crfl. home economics. T Enhniak, physical education, L.. Pizzcy, principal. Photo by Mrs. Ed Lunn SWIM winners were declared al Ihe Pincher Creek Swim Club's meel. Front row, left 1o right, ore John Thompson of Claresholm, Susie Jess of Clarcsholm, tied wilh Brenda Mcteod, missing from picture, Graham Welbourne of Claresholm, Sharon Andrew of Pincher Creek and Robert Gordon of Claresholm. Centre row, lefl to righl, Bobbi Thomas of Pincher Creek, Tracy Feader of Claresholm, Teresa Gugala and Tom Honsen, both of Cfaresholm. Back row, Neil Schlosser of Pfncher Creek and Robert Visser of Claresholm, tied, Louise Bridge of Raymond and Philip Lloyd of Clare- sholm. Claresholm look the team aggregate title wilh Pincher Creek second and Ray- mond third. ATTENTION INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMBINE OWNERS FF1RST TABER FIRSTS Dorothy George 13, Cecelie Williams, 14, and Pauline Williams, 13, sporl llieir newly earned Girl Guides all-round cords. They are the only remaining members of Ihe original Girl Guide Company organized here in January 1968, and are the first in the First Taber Company to receive this honor. The and highest award available lo Guides, 1he gold cord, will be presented to Cecelia Williams next month. Ross Gibb Photo WE HAVE NOW ESTABLISHED A COMBINE PARTS BANK FOR ALL LATE MODEL IH COMBINES How, in addition to our regular tombini parti jsrvkt wn htivfi n special nlock of IH combine parti madrt ovoilablo lo ut to you even boner lervlcs, CHECK WITH US FOR DETAILS INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 Stafford Drive, Pliono 327-3125 NOMINATION MEETING NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY Fort Macleod Constituency Wed., Aug. 11 8 p.m. FORT MACLEOD, ALTA. Presbyterian Church Hall 303 20th Street Honor parents ENCHANT (HNS) A fam- ly get together was held al Lil- le Bow Park in honor of Mr. nd Mrs. John Dorchak who celebrated Iheir 43rd wedding anniversary Aug. 3. Four sons, two daughters and Iheir wives and husbands, along with 22 grandchildren, attended the function. The family presented Mr. and Mrs. Dorchak wilh a wall clock. Flash fire breaks out COWLEY (IINS) High temperatures and wind driven sparks combined to cause a flash fire at Johnson Brothers sawmill in Cowley during the noon hour break Thursday. Employee Henls Dykstra cir- cled the mill yard before leav- ing fo- lunch. He saw flames shooting up from the shavings shed and quickly alerted other workers. Trained hands directed water under the flames and the Cow- ley pumper, with chief Maurice Lemire in charge, followed up with further water. The muni- cipal fire truck stood by with chief Archie Petrone and asso- ciates ready if needed. Cause of the blaze, which left the roof blistered and charred, is believed to have been sparks from the burner, diverted to shavings by a sud- den change of the wind. The 90 degree plus tem- perature did the rest. With trained fire crews on the job, the fire was extinguish- ed before one o'clock and reg- ular mill work resumed on schedule. 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