Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
rhimdoy, Auguit 12, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGt HERALD 3 I I Queen contest ends in tie Sponpiex Sparwood School addition MD vole between Stanford, Conway gains council approval date set By PIIYLMS HILLOCK 'Herald News Service MILK RIVER Milk River's fourth annual Bonanza Day gol. off to a good start with the chamber of commerce break- fast. The Bonanza Day Queen Contest ended in a Lie and this year's winners were Miss Jes- sie Stanford of Coutls and Miss Roxanne Conway of Masinasin. Runners-lip were Miss Rene Wright of Milk River and Miss Sharon Nilsson of Warner BIGGER, BETTER Bonanza Day was bigger and better this year. Some of the new attractions were tlie vege- table show and a midway for the chJldren. In spite of the hot weather all events drew crowds and ;l was a successful day. The parade followed with. among many lots of h o.r s e s, numerous beautiful floats, the children on their tri- cycles and bicycles and of course, to complete any parade, a band, the Earlc Rivers High School Band. Exhibits, and the vegetable and flower show, were present- ed in the skating rink. Across the street there was a horseshoe pitching competi- tion and a horse shoeing dem- onstration. During the afternoon the Milk River women beat the Del B'onita women in a slow-pitch game. The 117 men's team defeat- ed the Court's men's learn The Stampede Wrestlers en- tertained a crowd in the high school gymnasium. The sleepy Hollow Commun- ity Club sponsors the flow er and grain sliow and this year there were 260 entries, an in- crease over last year. Tlu's year's judges were Jack Dawnes and Ken McGregor of Lelhbridge. In the evening Uie square dancing club gave an exhibi- tion of square dancing on main street fronr six to eight o'clock Then it was everyone's turn j with the Blue providing the music. The Bonanza parade was again marshalled by Steve' Eel Bcrriiipcr the winner of the .Milk River Baseball As- sucialion ?5P raffle. Refills rullow: GRAND FLOAT: Mjlk River LDS Churc' Florder Counties General Hos- j pitai; 'oults CV.'L. CHURCH FLOATS: Milk River I.DS Cliurch; Coulfci CWL; Milk River Luth- eran Church COMMERCIAL FLOATS: Anayal's Electric; Dean Smith's CMC; Madge's INC. FAMILY FLOATS: Leo Ellprl lam- IIy; Bernard Selk Family; Slrinpam Irene Robertson; Jennet) anii 5helln Angyal; Eldon and Curlls Henrie; Scoll Dslcn berg. CHILDREN'S DECORATED BICY- CLES: Hal Chambers; Wanda and Leanne Wehlage; Jefferey Van de Bennell and Denise Bunn. CHILDREN'S COSTUMES: Brian Willock nncl Shannon Henrie; Jerome Pittman; Jancl Halmrasl, JIM and Maureen Snow. DECORATED SCOOTER: Glen Let flnpwell; TtxJd Kalnu. BEST ORIGINAL CAR: Paul Madge. ANTIQUE CAR: Paul Madcie LHC 1913 Auto Wagon; A. Croleau 1P33 Rolls Royce; Dale Lefflngwell 1930 Cnev. Sedan. CUSTOMIZED CAR: Marly Snow. DUNE BUGGY: Mike Hleralh. HORSE SECTION Glamour class. Ladies: Belly O'Don- nell; Debbie Thlessen; Mrs. Margarel O'Donnell. Weslcrn class, ArJull: Lesley Franks; Theresa PHIman; Wea Newhousc. family groups: Harold Winters family; Robert Blacfrmer family. Horse-drawn vehicles: Jay Kimble; LelhbrirJrje driver "Danny Riding clubs: International Light- horse Aden Horse Club. CHILDREN'S HORSES Novclly class: D-bnie Thiclen; Mary Sahey; Brenda Sabcy, Children's weslern: Holli Ber ringer; Dorcy Bianchi; Cary Ann House plan Is, f lowering: Mrs. Tina Enns, Warnr-r, Mrs, Edilh Hnlmrasl; Kevin Russell House plants, non-flowering: Mrs. Mrs. Ester Spence; Doreen Nieiso Mrs. Tina Ens. Cadi- Mrs Vio (pr Mr'. Ucculents: Mrs, Mrs. Tina Enns; Dlst l Hierath; Mrs. Es Irenr Welsh. e Warburlcn; Esler Spr-ncc, fnrr WALKING ADULT: Mrs. V.T i-''.; Mrs Jennie Thonipscn COMMUNITY CLUBS: Milk River Milk River Elks and Royal Purnle; Milk River Tons Club. YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS: Milk River Mosquitoes Baseball Teem; Milk River i-H; Coulls Girl Guides FLOATS: Border CounliPi Genernl Hospital; Colitis School; Milk River Sowing Club. NOVELTY COMIC: Hulil Families; Coufls Swrjefgrass Llon'b CJub; Mi'k River Chai cf Coi DECORATED CAPS: John Dykslag; Milk River Hirjh School; Allerslon cwi.. CHILDREN'S NOVELTY: Dennis Mrs. Fay Laackman; Mrs. Irene Welsh. Roses, florlbunds: Mrs. Maxine Crt> leau; Mrs. Nellie Bair; Russell Black- mer. Roses, hybrid tea: Mrs. Esler Spence; Alan Mrs. Nellie .air. Brier Mrs. Nellie Bair. Rose bowl. Mrs. I re I a Ma thin, Ma- ra lh; Mrs Fern Culler; Mrs. Nellie .air. Dahlias: Mrs. Fern Culler. Pom Pom: Mrs. EliiaLelh Anderson. Bedding: Mrs. Kalhryn Slreighl. Gladiola single spike: Mrs. Iretn Walking Mrs. Fern Culler; Mrs. Mar- jorie Henrie. Gladiola, IhrcG spikes: Mrs. Irela Mrs. Fern Culler Gladiola basket: Mrs. Ircla Maikin: irs. fr.vanson. ARRANGEMENTS 'ildl lower: Mrs. Kalh Barrovjs, Mrs. Violet Hierath; Mrs. Irene Welsh. ManNej Mrs. Irene Welsh; Mrs. Kay Anderson; Mrs Alma Vornbrock. Table cenlrepieccs: Mrs. Irene Welsh; Mrs. Bertha Harly; Mrs. Belli Harly. Conlainer ol mined flowers: Mrs. ern Culler; Mrs. Irene Welsh; Ens Dried arrangemenl: Mrs- Kalh Bar- Mrs. violet Hleralh; Mrs. Lois Hieralh. Porch luhs: Mrs. Irene Welsh; Mrs. lice- Cody; Gene Ccdy. Window boxes: Mrs. Kaln Barrows. Hsndino boxes: Mrs. Farrows African violcls: Mrs. Thora Chase; Mrs Richard AVs. Wal'an. Miniature arrangemenl: Mrs. Croleau; Mrs. Esler Mrs. Tina Semi-minis lure: Mrs. Fern Culler; Mrs. Irene Welsh; Galls, Couth. CUD and saucer arrangemenl: Mrs. Fern Culler; Mrs. Irene Welsh; Mae Warburlon Corsage: Mrs Ircn? Welsh; Cheryl Welsh. AM Foliage: Mrs. Irene Welsh; Mrs. Kaln Barrows; Mrs. Alma Vornbrock. Drill wood, live lollaqe and ilowers: Mrs Fern Culler; Mrs. Gerlrude Galls, Coutls; Mrs. Irene Welsh. Children under 1? arrangements: Kalhy Pascal I, Brooks; Denise Thic- len; Jimmy Haylon. Zinnias: Mrs. Irene Welsh Perennial sweet peas: Mrs. An- derson; Mrs. Tina Enns; Mrs. Helen Wensman. Monkhood: Mn. Tina Enns; Mrs. Elizabeth Vornbrcck; Mrs, Max'inn Crcloau. i Sweet peat, mixed: Mrs. Kalhryn I Streiciht; Muriel Gilchrisl; Alms Vornbrock Sweet pens one color: Mrs. Maxine Croleau; Mrs. Mildred Thompson. 5rocks: Mrs. Maxine Croleau. Snapdragons: Mrs. Edilh Weber; Mrs. Charlotle Svanson. Snapdragons, tetra: Mrs. Fern Cul- 'e'; Mrs. Eliza bclh Anderson; Mrs. EUzabelh Vornbrock. Double pelunlas: Mrs. ElUabelh Anderson, Bernard Bennell; Mrs. Al- ma Vornbrock. Single Ruffled Petunias: Mrs Beth Mrs. Berlha Harly; Mrs. Edilh Halmrdsl. Single Petunias: Mrs Helen Wens- men; Mrs. Nellie Bair; Mrs- Kalh Bar- rows. Naslurtiun.s: Mrs. Almn Keller; Mrs. Alice Cody. Tansies: Mrs. Margaret Kolesar; Mis. Alma Mrs. Nellie Bair. Gatardia: Mrs. Vlolel Hirralh; Mrs. Kail! Barrows; Neil Borrows. Phlox: Mrs. Nellie Bair; Mrs. Karen Oslenbsrg; Alan Oslenberg. ShFiala daisies; Kalh Barrows; Wendl Vornbrock; Mrs. An- Small yellow daisy: Mrs. Maxine Crolenu; Mrs. Edilh Halmrast Large yellow daisy: Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson; Karen Vornbrock; Kslh Barrows, Popples: Mrs. Maxlnr? Croleau; Mrs. Spence; Mrs. Kalhryn SJrcipW. Marlnold, French: Mrs Ireta Mat- kin; Mrs, Kathryn Slreihl: Bernard Bennetl. Marigold African; Mrs. Irela Mnl- kin; Mrs Maxln- AArs. Wen- dv Brown. Day Airs. Marine Mrs, Violei Hieralh; Mrs I re la Mat- kin. Any olher lily: Mrs. Ester Spcnce; Mrs. Janet Hnlmrast; Mrs. Edith Halm- rast. Golden olnw: Mrs. Irene Welsh: Pai Ma c Den n 10. Gloriosa Daisy: Mrs. Kalh Barrows. Delphiniums: Mrs. Kalh Barrows; Mrs. Elizabeth VornDrocK; Dorothy Vornbrock. Mums: Mrs. Irene Welsh Cosmos: Mrs. Fern Culler; Mrs. Kay Anderson, Mrs. Irene Welsh. Calendula: AArs. Nellie Bair; Robin Deoenslem; AVs. Ester Clarkia: Mrs. Esler Spence; Mrs. Irnne Welsh; Mrs- Kay Anderson Carnation: Mrs. Fern Culler; Mrs. Uc-llif Dair. COALDALK (HNS) Coal dale Buddhist Church women recently presented S220 Lo till? Cnaldale Sporlsplex Fund- Making the presentations to Mayor A. F. BJakie WCJT May Malsuniiya and Mrs. Kay Teshima. The money was the net pro- ceeds from the chow mein sup- per staged by the women of the church during Coaldale Set- I' r's Days. rc Llian :iOO persons attend- tne supper. Mayor Blakie group for its conlribulion to the recreational facilities building fund Airs. MaUsumiya ajid Mrs. Teshima, on behalf of the or- ganization said they were glad to assist. They also expressed great appreciation to the public for supporting the chow mein supper liaises. Council decided to have Ihc Directs sv.cpt lo eliminate dust; they previously re- quested additional policing; they have taken steps to stop the industrial work being done in Ihe residential zone; Ihcy have employed a new pound- keeper and Ihey have no con- tra' over unsold houses The request for water rights near the Sparwood well was denied by H. D. DeBeck, Controller of Water Rights for the British Columbia Depart- ment ot Lands, Forests and Water Resources. Mr. DeBeck indicated lhat because Ihe on the plan did not match the j ter supply fo, the community NATAL Ihc regu- lar meeting of the District of Sparwood council, approval was given for an addition to the Sparwoud School. More information is required, council feels, before it can make a recommendation on the subdivision requested by Jack Loo on his property at the Tar end of Sparwood. Plans for Barpain Bar were rejecLcd because the building use does not comply with the thanked the I zoning bylaw and Hie plot plans of G. Berg was returned because the distances indicated lot. A lettc-r was received from Mrs. Gwen Wright indicating concern about dust, speeding, industrial activity in the resi- dential zone, the dog situation and the messy yards at unsold taken from the. well, wa- ter rights on the nearby creek were not required. Aid. Molly Dorat'y recom- mended Ibat ffinlpaths between lower and upper Sparwood be built, and rsked the advi- These Are The Letlrbridge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR General Delivery GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBULL General Delivery PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON Gen. Del. RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOtF Gen. Del. TURIN Mrs. Paulin Juhar.............. Phone 738-4394 Conlacr these people for your District Newt or Classified Advertising Mrs. Kath Nell jJarrows. Candy tuM small varlely: Mrs. Irene Welsh; Mrs. Alma Laurie Galls. Bachelor bullons: Mrs. Kalhryn Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson: Nellie Bair Aslnrs: Mrs. Fern Culler; Mrs. Mar- garet Kglesar. Barley: Charles Richard Welsh: Kennelh Welsh. Th? vcgclable and frull show Is spon- sored by" (he Milk River CWL and (he Beels- Pam Joan Russell; Leona BarzuK. Beans, yellow: Bulh Hummel; Leon Wens men, Kalh Barrows. Beans, green: Glen Wensmen; Kath Barrows; Joan Russell Tauli flower: Irene Welsh; Edna Modgf; Bernard Seik. Carro's, 5horl: William Harly; Nel- lie Bair; Vornbrock. Carrols, long: Fern Culler, Kalhryn Slrniyhi. Cabhapp: Wilma Vornbrock; Irene Wfhh; Kny Anderson. Leon Wensmen. Lptluce: Albert Culler; Kay Ander- son; Margarel Kolesar. Onions: Lris Thielen; Leona Baczuk; Nellie Hair. Parsley; Edna Madge. Pe--T5: Kav Anderson. Potaires, while: Bernard Selk; Helen men. Pink: Loonp Wensmen; K-ilh Barrows: Melon Wpnsmen Polsloes, Netted Gem: Kalhy Price; Price; He'en Toms foes, mmslure; 'renp Wshh. Tomaloes, orcrn: Kay Andersen Joan Russell; Wendy Brown Rhubarb: Leon Wcnsmpn; Bernard Selk. Swiss cliard: Cccelifl Russel; Kay Anderson' Liz Anderson. Any olher variety c-f veoelablr: Kohl-Rabi: Lois Thic-len. Purnle Dcralo- V-oclptik sculplure: Pcf-y Wens men; i inda Vornbrcck; Lori GaMs. FRUfT CuTanls: Joan Russell. Joan Ri-ssull; Demss Thielen. CharloMc Swanson; Nel- lie Bair; Hummpi. A D o 1 e s: Lois Gilchrisl; EMrr Charlcffe Swanion Anv nlher fruit- Nankino Cherry: Elderberry: Esler Spence Ph-ms Beth Harly. Resuils in the yard ludaino: Besl varied cf flowers: A. Croleau; A. Lsntival; C- Tomlnhr. RPS' "lawn front and back: John Reese; Vern Sautcrr A. Croteau. Besl back yard Tncludlnn alley: Dona SI. Poler; Jo'in Reese; S. Hnao. front yard includina brulevarri: A. John Blackmer; A. Leng- ya1. Best all-around yard: Doug St. Pet- er; S- Haag; A. Croleau. veaelable narden: Racz; Anth- Tnm Hsrlv. Mcsl Imorovement over-ell: Hosol- tal; Norm Vcrnbrock; Ralph Chap- man. InsMlulions and public buildings: doctor's clinic; tank; hospital. Shruns and trees: Harry Msllafonl: Rsv Cleland; S. Haqo. Mos' oriainal !n Doua Sf. Peler, Harry Mellafonl; Bill Anderson. Local hospital autonomy sought by Taber council TABER An invila- tion from Ihc Lcllibiidge Aiix- iliary Hospital Board Lo meet in Lellibridgc Aug. 19 to con- sider jcin1 management of gen- eral and auxiliary hospital ser- vices has been filed by the Ta- ber town council The letlei advised that tbc> municipal and auxib'ary hospi- tal boards in Lellibridge favor- ed a discussion on combining under a single administration, and invited representatives Green light for plant TABER (HNS) Six build- ing permits totalling and one development permit were approved during July by Tatar's municipal plan n i ng commission. The major permit in the amount of S200.000 was for a potato conditioning plant being constructed by Kenwood Entri- neering Construction Ltd for Diamons "S" Produce Ltd. Included in the approvals were MI residence for Paul Djani had a home tor Uilke Bomvman. Permits issued through July llus year amounted to as compared with for IR70 when no permits were Riven during July. Scouters l use their OMII cabins NATAL (HNS'i The KirsL Natal Boy Scout Troop, num- bering n scouts, returned home after spending one week in their annual s.iirmer camp at Line Creek, up UK Elk Valley. Headed by Scoulers Alike Pascovich, DcJbcrt Cook and Gene Cimolini. the group stay- ed in cabins they built during the entire week in Line Creek area. Activities consisted o( boat- ing, swimming, water safety and outdoor cooking. On the last day of the sum- mer camp and before heading back home a family picnic was held at which time Scouter Del- beri Cook presented a cheque amounting to to Walter Rybachuk, raised in a recent walkathon sponsored by the scouts towards the recreation complex to be built in Spar- wood. The m o n e y raised through pledges'by only 31 per- sons who took part hi the walkathon. A worthy mention goes to Scoutcr Delbert Cook who not only made the presentation but also collected one (bird of the total pledged by himself. Shower held BABNWELL (UN'S) Miss Dixie Mass was honored recent- ly at a shower given by her bridesmaids at the home of Henie Harris. Jody Peterson was co hostess. Special guests included the bride's sisters, Joan Jones of Edmonton and Arlenc Hatch of Syracuse, Utah. Miss Hass he- came (jje bride of Craig Ander- son the young couple is making then- home in Bain- well. MEET DAVE BERNTSON PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE-CYPRESS A young, successful farmer who understands a farmer's problems and will work for solutions to benefit all Albertans as part of the LOUGHEED TEAM BERNTSON Cvpncss PROGRESSIVE CONSrnvATIVE ASSOCIATION from all municiiial govern- ments conli'ibuting to the Aux- iliajy Hospital services to at- tend. But the town council has oth- er plans. The council was informed of correspondence from Dr. .1. E. chairman of (lie AJ- berta Hospital Services Com- mirsion, in which Taber Gen- eral Hospital board chairman T. H. Addy was advised that the Taber area is now consid- ered a viable area for hospital services. The town council has already made its request to Dr. Brad- ley that an auxUiary hospital district be set up here co- terminus with the Taber MD, a condition sought by the MD council, the town of Vanxhall and the village of Grassy Lake. Dr. Bradley advised of a meeting called for Lethbridgp OP Aug. 26 when a number of associated matters will be dis- cussed including the sharing of certain services by hospitals on a regional basis. Local aclion is spurred by the need fnr nursing home fa- cilities here for which a request has hecn made Lo the Lelh- bridge Auxiliary Hospital b o a r d who now administer nursing linme services. Having been refused immediate action, the local municipal authorities of the Four contributing bodies have voted to opt out, of (lie Lefbfjridge district in favor of local autonomy in the matler. Combining general and aux- iliary hospital services along wilh nursing home and senior citizens home under a single administration is also favored by the district here. sory planning commission prepare recrjinmcndations lor these to council. Aid. Joe Al Lorn are reported to council lhat the main pump supplying water to Natal had broken and that ii needed lo be replaced. A temporary pump has been installed but can only be operated clurinp (he day hours. He recommended to council that a new pump be purchased. Council decided to ask Kai- str Resources Limited if water could made available to Na- tal from their water supply al Michel and that if this could ;iot tjc arranged, Aid. Allornare was authorized to make the ne- cessary purchase. It was reported to council Lhat the newly employed poimdkceper w i' 1 commence duties about August 15. A letter was received from Dr. Hopper, regional health of- ficer, enclosing an indication from the government of Brit- ish Columbia that money would likely be available for a health centre. Council, however, felt that it cou.r not see its way clear to irake a committment at this time. A letter was received from Branch 81 of the Royal Cana- dian Legion requesting a meet- ing with coiircil to discuss the moving of the. wai memorial from the old school grounds in Natal. Council decided to com- ply with the request. Building inspector Bruno Bevilacqua reported to council that Ihe tcta] of building per- mits issued in the First six months of ]97l were First thi ec readings were given to 6G. a temporary borrowing bylaw which will provide for the new municipal complex in Spar- wood, i TABER muni- cipal councillors and five hospi- tal board members will be up for "leclion when Taber MD ratepayers go lo the polls on Wednesday, Nov. 24. Nomination day is set for Wodncs-'ay, Oct. 27. In preparalinn for the elec- tion, Taber MTJ's council, by bylaw amendment, voted In discontinue the enumeration of electors in favor of each voter signing a declaration of eligi- bibty on election day. The short time available entered inlo the decision. The council also opted to let the voters decide on Ihe new hospital board in preference to appointment by file council as now provided in recent statute amendment. Family reunion IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Four members of the original Nolan family. Joe Nolan and Mrs. D. (Gladys) Noble of Coaldale, Mrs. J. (Florence) Koenen of Lelhbridgs and Wil- liam Kolan of Red Deer were in attendance when 62 descen- dants of Ibis family held a reunion a. the George Lane Memorial Park at High River. A buffet dinner along with games and a horseshoe touma- rr.ent were enjoyed with Mrs. L. D. Noble being named sec- retary of the group for another year. VISIT IIANEVS 1HON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Haney have a their guests their son- in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Godwin and family of Regina. Crowsiiest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone S62-2M9 ma The pick of he hops the pick JL of the beer. do beautiful Ihinus to beer. They jive it memorable flavour. "Hopping'' is Ihe art of blendiivj Imps into the brew jo (he flavour of the beer never varies That's an art we cultivate for Calgary Lagoi. Our hops come from the World's great hop growing areas. We select them with care, pick them gentleness, then blend them al precisely the right moment. After all. we ToVe our beei. and because we want you to love it loo. we. never compromise. Next time; you (hirst for something beautiful, enjoy Ihe famous tasle of Calgary Export Lagirr Beer. Jlclow. Kiwinasicr AJ. Kerr and Brewers R. Picfancn andS.C. O'Brien inspect the quality of 1970hops. r ij UifflW BKWiNti ADO MAUINC CDMWNY beer lovers Jorbeerlovetf.