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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Pincher prepares for school term PINCI1ER CHEEK (Special) _ All schools in the Pincher Creek School Division will com- mence September 3. II i gh School students will register previous to this dale, with Grade 11 students with names A to 0 plus all grade 10 stu- dents registering September 1 from 1 to 4 p.m. September 2 Grade 11 students with names P to Z plus all grade 12 stu- dents will register Ir'om 9 to 12 noon. Members of the leaching staff for Matthew llallon, Ju- nior and Senior High are: Roy E. Cope, principal; Wayne Pinkney, vice-principal; Robert Fitzpatrick, vice principal; Reginald Beere; Edward Ben- sler; Patricia Benson; Heather Diagnault; Vasilie David- off; John Davidson; Sylvia Fa- oro; Mary Farley; Dr. A. Fish; Alison Haws, John Heaton; Wil- liam Hlady, Lowell Holland; Morgan Johnson; Patricia Elk a lh oil gathers steam at Pincher PINCHER CREEK (Special) Preparations for the Elka- thon from Myles Motors at Pincher Station to Alex White's ranch on Sunday, Sept. 19, are progressing favorably. To date the sponsors have tenalive contestants from the ages of one fo 84. One-third of the donations are designated in aid of the Phillip Anderson Fund and the balance will go to (lie local Elks Lodge building fund. Driving range gets green light TABEE (HNS) Joe Orban, Jr., lost no time in opening his Pin High Driving Range, follow- ing apporval by the town coun- cil of the rental of land in- volved at 5100 per year and the green light given by the muni- cipal planning commission to move a garage to the driving range for use as an office. The driving range is located on two blocks of and west of Dr. Hamman and St. Patrick's schools, and is on a yearly lease basis ]t will be open to the public from 8 a.m. fo dusk during August, t.o be adjusted to suit demand during Septem- ber and later. Kempf; Shirley Klrby; Mark McKenzic; Lynn Mayoh; Ian Randell; Cyril Richards; Garth Rohn; Daniel b'eyl; Donald Shinskc; Glizabclli Smith; Douglas Smith; Barbara Stuc- key; Dale Stuckcy; Lynn Stuc- kcy; John Van Eden and An- thony V. Winkler. Livingstone S'chool, Lund- brock Peter Iwasiuk, prin- cipal; Stanley Naslund, vice- principal; Shelley Pankowicki Dorothy Day; Tcrranee Yagos Vera Eddy; Garland Haeklcr; Gary Poulsen; Roberta Roth; Alison Fisher; Clara McKay Irene Dennis; Marjory Sande- man and Selma E. Tustian Elementary complex Charles Jacob, Principal; Le- roy Goodreau, vice-principal; Ronald Zukiivsky, vice-princi- pal; Jean Rigaux; June Phil- lips; Nancy Rohn; Marie Mc- Phcc; Olga McGeean; Laura Fisher; Clara Newlove; Ruby Waltvaucr; Debbie Sawyer; Ayako Nishima; Elizabeth Rcere; Susan Vogelaar; Patri- cia Willberg; S'ylvia Dyer; Jac- queline Luco; Shirley Kiffiak; Judith Freeze; Marjorie Ri- gaux; Rose Marie Eklund; Car- oline Johnson; Trudy King; Valerie Sparks; Ruth McQuar- rie and Julia Daelcy. Sunset Colony, Maybelle Erickson; Spring Point Colony, Clarence Weekes, principal, and Margaret Kruse: Water- ton Alta Shatz. Itinerant Orlan Strom, music-band Instructor; K 8 t h- leen Wright, music teacher and Pauline Zukiwsky, reading in- structor. SI. Michael's Roman Catholic School Division announces its teaching staff for the 1971-72 lerm; Lucicn L. Ouellette, prin- cipal; Roland Cote, vice-prin- cipal; Sister Annette Audibert; Larry Bonertz; Sirs. Mabel Bonertz; Mrs. Frances Binder; Gary Burns; Porfirio Calay- cay; Mrs. Amrit Chopra; Carl Dancek; Ralph Draper, Mrs. Alberta Ernes, Mrs. Marjorie Haugen, Michael Kilcommons, Troy Kinoshita, Mrs. Annie Robertson, Robert Schmidt, Mrs. Bessie Scboening, Mrs. Virginia Schrempp, W i 1 fred Schrempp, Edward Maples, Dale Wcntz. Mrs. Rose Woll- man, Mrs. Bertha Yagos. VISIT COUPLE IRON SPRINGS and Mrs. J. E. Jorgenson were recent British Columbia visit- ors and while there they visited at the home of the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. Sharpc. Monday, Auguil 16, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAtO 3 ATTcND BIBLE SCHOOL About 130 children altended the recent Coaldale Ministerial Association's Vacation Bible School at Ccaldale. The theme was "learning to pray." Minislers of various churches helpsd co-ordinalor Mrs. Frank Goerlzen and about 15 olher women. The children donated to Ihe tethbridge Association for Ihe Mentally Relarded. Tymburski Photo Real estate monopoly alleged in Cranbrook CRANBROOK (Special) Fred Cawte, 17 years resident and painter-decorator here, who appealed to Lhe city to permit reservation for individual sale of 15 to 20 per cent of lots i.i nev serviced parcel housing subdivisions got rather an ex- traordinary refusal. "The city is not in Lhe real estate said realtor Mayor Klinkhamer. The city industrial commis- sion has advertised widely across Canada the city's indus- tiral park land facilities avail- able for sale at cost and which now cover couple of square miles and are selling very well. Additionally some city-elect- ed individuals are deeply in- volved in private capacity in residential developments in- cluding Lhe mayor, who is com- pany member and agent for a controversial small unde- veloped acreage his city coun- cil has authorized appraised to- ward possible expropriation as being essential for community recreation expansion. Mr. Cawle on coming to Cranbrook bought an undevel- oped acreage just south of city limits at that time, but now a half-mile within. His early day subdivision is site for his own home, and he has five additional adjoining lots. However engineering prob- lems and a neighbor in the area refusing to allow sewer easement has left this small potentibnal residential location with septic tanks in lieu of conventional sewage service, which prevents his utilizing bis Alco Homes Limited franchise for prefabrica'ed and sectional housing. He has now held the francluse for a year, and he has been unable to buy any de- Stutleuls gain school granls CRANBROOK (Special) Two Mount Baker junior ma- triculants qualified in provin- cial examinations for provincial grants of three quarters of their 1971-72 university tuition. They are Rudy Engels and Lorna Whiteman, -who placed among the top five per cent of candidates in B.C. Sixteen can- didates from MBS irrote the examinations, and 10 qualified for tuition help. Half the year's tuition will go fo Terry Turchyniak, David Basaraba, Daniel Offin, Helen Bortnik, Dcnise Dietrich and Hugh Weslrup for placing among the province's next six per cent, and two more. Bruce Campbell and Christine Rouns- ville, won one-third tuition as rating in the next per cent in the province. veloping Tots for individuals wanting to build their own homes. With towering subdivision servicing costs in this real es- tate boom area, all payable by the developer, heavy holding company investment is neces- sary. Mr. Cawte contends an in- dividual is thus limited fo pur- chase from the developer, usu- ally with real estate company tie-in, with Uiree city real es- tate firms tying up construction sen-ices of all 17 contracting companies, with their own ap- proval, and free choice real es- tate market is thus barred for the individual purchaser or un- included small scale builder since no other land is avail- able. Interviewed he contends that this constitutes a monopoly by commercial real estate opera- tors, and is questioning wheth- er lire ethics of the real estate business in Lhe province would support the principle of such a monopoly. With title to the industrial park vested in the city, direct sales result from the national advertising of parcels, but with- in the past few months the mayor arm council have agreed the city's three real estate firms can act as brokers for these sales if they can line up buyers. Dog show set for Friday at Pincher community arena PKCIIER CREEK (SpecialI Because of interest in the breeding of registered dogs in Pincher Creek c'mci District a District doings UETUtNS IIOMK NOBLEFORD (HNSj Mrs. Ahce Sjogren has returned home after being a patient in a Calgary hospital. VISITS SISTER NOBLEFORD (HNSi F.d- ward Mills of Kimberley has been visiting at Ihe home of his sisler, Mrs. Edith Borggard. SEE PARENTS NOBLEFORD (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Derrick Pitts of Coch- rane were recent weekend visitors at the home of his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Pitts. TO OTTAWA NOBLEFORD (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Clarence DeBoer have motored to Ottawa to spend a holiday with their daughter Esther and family. TO WRENTHAM NOBLEFORD (HNS) Miss Lorna Hann is visiting with brother-in-law and sisler, Mr. and Mrs. Monley Cahoon of Wrentham PROGRAM ENDS NOBIJSFORD (HNS) The north county summer program here has finished for the sum- mer. The ehildrer enjoyed the m o n t h-long activities very much. VISITS PARENTS DION SPRINGS (HNS) Miss Joyce Nieboer who has been nursing at New Westmin- ster for the past year is visit- ing at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Nie- boer. Entries close August 19 PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek and Dis- trict Agricultural Society Fair Board have announced that cat- tle and sheep entries are open untJ Thursday, Aug. 19. Phone 627-2436. The Pedigree Dog Show en- tries are also open to Thurs- day. Aug. 19. Phone 627-1516. dug show will be held Friday, Aug. 20, at p.m. in the Memorial Community Cenlrc arena. Registered male and lenialc dogs over four months with papers are eligible, Lo enter. There will be classes for Ihe working dog and the pleasure dog. A challenge trojjhv do- nated by Mrs C. will be awarded to the cham- pion. Anyone planning to exhibit liis at (he show is reminded that dogp entering should wear a collar and leash rather than a harness. Mrs. Ann Rae will be judge for the event. Dr. C. Zjcliar is the 'luce- tor. Out-of-town entries arc in- vited. Candidates speak minds August J9 PJNCHER CHEEK (Special) L'nifann o! the Pincher Creek district will ho'.d a Poli- tical Forum Thursday, Aug. 15, at R p.m. in the Valley Fair School auditorium. All political parties been invitcf' to speak at Lhe forum. Discover the touch of excellence (Golden Wedding A mellow marriage of our finest whiskies Available in 12 and25 oz. sizes A prestige product of Canadian Schenley Distilleries Ltf. V... Try a pack today! Get The BigTaste of Broadleaf-the richest, mellowest tobacco under the sun. Golden toasted to taste good as gold! RQADUE ;