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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta r.idoy, IS, 1972 THE LETHBRIEGE HERALD 3 COAMMU-: The Barons- Kureka Heallh Unil is sponsor- ing Hie following infant, and pi'c-.school clinics: IMCTUIIK I1UTTK: Tuesday, August 22, in tin: I'icluro Bulto Jlifili School from II) a.m. to VI noor. and I U> p.m. TAIIfCK: Tuesday, August 22. In the IlcalHi Unit office in Iho Administration Building, from ,njn. to Yl ti'jfiii ami lo '1 p.m. Wednwday AiiRiist in the school from to p.m. WcdnoEcl ay, Aurusl 23, in the Klemcrlnn School from HI a.m. to 12 noon aril 1 lo p.m. Thursday, ml 21. in the lieaith Unit of- fice in the Trwn Of- fice liuiUlini'l from 10 to 12 noon iin.d lo 4 p.m. Tliursday, AuHusl in tlie Health Unit office in the Adminislralion from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to '1 p.m. MAHON.Si Friday, August 25, in the .school from 1. p.m. Parents are reminded thai boosters are required for chil- dren stalling Grade one in the fall. Teachers selected TAIiF.R (HNS) Tnlwr Ro- man Catholic Separate School District's 211 teachers for the school year are nearly evenly divided between elemen- tary ami high schools. fit. Patrick's Elementary: Clarence principal; Gloria Albritton, Kathleen Bris- sctte, Michele Clark. lOmilie .lanos, Lillian Madracek (part Patricia Meier, Katn- erinc Peard, Gabriclle Ragan, Margaret Roth, Valdcne. Sal- ant, Sheila Span (special edu- and Sophie Williams. St. Mary's Junior Senior llifili: Robert fialvin, principal, Henry Peard, vice-principal, Paul Adams, llcnry Banm- slark (physie.it education) GinsL-mtine Corrcia, Ifrmcock Ikibsl. Brother Maas, Id-other Mcnscli. Ralph I'eacl I.ila Pcmbortun, Doris Itedel Carol Sndol (home Brother Van dr. Vcn, lllair Warmer. COWBOY PRIEST Father Louis Rostoing, known in Iho Etzikom district as ihe cowboy priesl, recently cele- brated his silver jubilee. He has served Ihe Foremost parish of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church and missions St. Gabriel of Etzikom, Faith Sacred Hearl artd St. Leo at far Ihe last four years. His new posting is Blairmoro. more requires -mation NATAL (HNS) Arrange- ments will be made for a meet- ing this month between the board of the Regional District East Kootenay and Shelpuc Research and Development Ltd. Shelpac has asked the RDEK of New motel is planned at Craiibroofc CilAMiftOOK (Special) City building jiennil al an es- timated for n motel at the northwest corner of hrook North l''ourtli .Streets has heen issucfl to applicant Kobert (laHl.irdi on behalf of Sfjudman ftlotel Ltd. of which rd for approval in princip' its plans for a pipeli through the district for Iran port of coal slurry, sulphur an potash, hut the board will mal committment until it ha more information than that a ready supplied. Ho far Shelpa has provided aerial phot graphs and mosaics of the art through which the pipeli would run. The corridor be up to IhrcR miles wide The Cascade Pipe Lino, fro Sparwood t Roberts Ban would be one of those inclutli in tJie corridor, which Is total .separate from corridors in iMmro (nr other utilities, power and nalural tf e, would carry con] Shower honors Linda S1IAIK1I1NKSSY (HNS) A total of -HI Miimen Sliannh- nessy rlislricl honored JJnila of Diamond City nl a recent Hostesses Maty Hran, l.nmly. Cathryn E1ierson, Cora JoiiDSon, llentiy Kaats, Ann Alhm, Hose Mar- ion Har.na, Shirley Van den and l.inda was assisted in Ihe open- ing of yifts by her two .sistcr.s, Ann Allan and Mary Bran and her two nieces, Cindy Brau and Konda Van den Mendel. he is ulner. T h c company will bo its own ron- Iractor and ha.s Parted tin (ool- intfs. The site was forniL'rly occu- pied on lea.sc by United Trail- ers Ltrl, and former owner, Shell Oil, for a service slalion. The comer location is sel for an structurd wi I h tfas pumps in the Arrce.ss prolilcm has been scl- tfcd with Ihe cily ami highway flepnrtmcnt to allow ap- proacfios from both Cranhiook (71ic Strip) and Norlli rourlh. This North Fourth seilion of new artci'iai bypa.ssint; linker Street via North Van Home Id cxisiting arterial on Cranbrook Street is barely in service. ;is. C; slurp Opportunities for youth jrojects end for summer COA1.DALB (HNS) lire alrlale Opportunities 1 o r Day-Care Centre and In Centre projects have project administrator, am) a Ui-uup of college .student's set up a day-care centre in May lo take care of migrant Iwel work- ers' children in the area during included for immer. the summer. Kathy Bergen of Coaldale, 1 The centre was located in the Vocation school briefs planned CnANBROOK f Special) jmherlcy, Fcrnic and rook arc expected to have tie- ailed briefs by their separate elcgaUons August 22, 23 and 4 on proposed location of a fu- ure Kasl Kootenay vocational chool. All three have- received noti- iealioh from director of voca- ionat .schools J. S. White of 'ictoria that the four-man com- mittee covering apprenLicch.sips rogram, Canada Manpower, a ood industrialist and a civil cn- lincer, would hear each city's roposals separately. "Site selection" was specified in this election year. East Cootenay at present is served by the Kootcnay Vocational School at Nelson (or its prac- ical post-secondary education opportunities, More than a year o .strong district efforts made toward securing East Cootenay its o w n vocation school, but a fas I start soon down on the real estate where it would be Site specifications locate 1 he >rojectcd school outside limits >f any of these cities, but eas- ly accessible to the majority of the potential enrolment for skills the area requires. These include woods manufacturing, hard rock and coal mining metal smelting, services for tourism, agriculture, and spcc- alties for the small secondary industries which are becoming evident. The site, specifically provid- ed at local expense, to be serv- with utilities including 'A .scv.'cr, power, jjas, and ac- s, must be large enough for potential future plant cxoan-' ;lon. Notification does not in- ilude anything beyond site ac- quisition. Cranbrook industrial commis- iosioner Bruce McDonald says that basic school plant, when it materializes, would cost two lo three million dollars on a tialf- million site. East Kootenay Health report for lists its district school enrolment at nearly in- cluding Golden and Crestor., which are outside the Regional District of East Kootenay whose official population is nearly In a letter read af, a meeting of the RDKK .Shclpac says, "we ItclifH'e we have now located a route IhaL will, hopefully, re- ceive Ihi1 approval of the regional district, and we would In obtain your principle' to ic section of e roulc wilhin I he TtDEK." It points out lli.il agreement in principle is nol final and leave lime for adjust- ments, lint "wo are anxious to conclude the system's design and rwnlve the estimated cost of construction, both of which arc .significantly affected by the pipeline roulc, and would lo avoid any major route dumbos in (he fulurc." fHhcr regional districts Timl municipal] tics along Ihe route of the proposed corridor have also been informed by Shelpac of llieir plans. Who Moscow Miie Special course at Foremost FORK MOST (Special) The Jniver.sily of Lclhbriclge will ffer the courso Chaucer, at Foremost School Monday evenings in the all. Tlie course, which will be icld from p.m. to >.m., uill be Riven by Ur Crnest G. Mardon, associalo fesMor of English al the Uni vcrsily. The main emphasis of UK course will Chaucer's Can .crbury Tales, whicli will ex a mined in some deptii, as wil medieval backprouni against ivhich these classics o liternture will be writ ten. Such courses, relative- ly small participation cncour aging a free exchange of n di-scussion, have pop ular in the past. It is cmphtts that they can taken fo credit or audited. Registration for off-campu Tinri evening cretlif. courses i r.c.sd ay Sept G, a nr clas.ses commence on September Application forms may be obtained from the registrar's office at the University. The Vodka that leaves you breathless. Charges dismissed at Taber TABER (IINS) For the second time in as many months, he Town of Tabcr's hours of "losing bylaw ha.s proved lo r.adequatc, and the charges igatnst a Tafrer variety store iavc been out of court. Provincial judge A. II. Eiford icard charges laid by Taber cliicf Gordon H. Hacking recreation hall of the Coaldale and district Sportsplcx. Although the attendance was lower than expected due to Hie shortage of migrant work- ers in the area this summer, officials in charge said they felt the program was quite success- ful. More than 50 children taken care of at the centre dur- ing the beet season. Daily trans- portation was provided lo and from the farms and a noon meal was provided at the ccn Ire with a fee of a dollar a week charged. The project participants be- lieve the program should be continued ncxi summer, pos- sibly under local sponsorship. The project also included es- tablishment of a drop-in centre a place for native workers to relax when they were in town Situated in the CoaSdale Scou Hall, the location "proved to IK, somewhat far removed from he downtown projec organisers said1 in their cvalua .ion. As a result, few .urned up at first, "Later in the beet season th centre became a sort of job re- erral centre for those who ha finished the beets they were do ing and were looking for mor work." Near the end of the season bingo and rummage sale wa held at the drop-in centre, which attendance was fair good. Project participants fe more activities of this natur should be held in the future. Participants suggested that there is a possibility of settii up a similar project next sum mer, the centre should he ope aled by native persoas thci selves, the location should closer to the centre of the down town area, and it should fun tion not only as a rclaxatfo centre but also as u type of 1 eal manpower office whe farmers and heel workers cou contact each other. They suggested it could als s ervR as an ed uca tion cen t which would provide free info motion about the rights an hat the store had remained open after 6 p.m. on Saturday, July 22, contrary to the town's ;irnended bylaw. Following argument for the icfcndant by K. C. McLean Judge Elforri dismissed Ihe charge because evidence at the trial showed some irregularity in the amendment ID the bylaw passed by council mi July 17, 1972. Comment was alr.o made by Mr. Klfortl that the nature of lie business of (he defendant was nol properly defined or. Hie information presented to the court. The Town of Tabor was rep- resented by solicitor Laurence Iliga of Lclhbridge who called as wilness town secretary-trea- surer Tlinmas M. Anton. SOfh ANNIVERSARY Leo and Jeanelie Bourassa 5r- of Fort Macleod celebrated iheir golden wedding anniversary recently. There were 172 relatives and 178 friends present. The couple repealed Ihe same wedding vows they first made 50 years ago in Maclsod Holy Cross Catholic Church. Relatives came from Edmonton, Cal- gary, Rocky Mountain House, Sedellia, New Brig den, California, New Westminster, Nanaimo, Pincher Creek, Gront'-m and fort Mocleod. Swihart photo- District news rUL COALDALB fliNS) The Coaldale and Hist rid Fish and CJiime Association has conclud- ed a successful fuml-rausing project. Miko Amlrejesik was committee chairman with Ihe money to he used for associa- tion projects. privileges the migrant wor ei'S have regarding work tracts, housing and other rela ed matters. The possibility of getting na- tives tn operate the centre next year is already being looked into. Another suggestion made by participants was to have the present location in operation during fhe uinler for local per- sons. During the lasl week of the prnjecl, a public meeting was held in the drop-in centre. Peter Crcswell of the human rights branch led a dis- cussion on discrimination in Coaldale. Although (here was some honest confrontation between the Indians and white persons present, (he need for more meetings was felt. The Coaldale OFY project was undertaken through a grant from (he federal govern- ment. The town donated the use of the Sportsplex facilities and the Coaldale Seoul com- mittee provided the Scout hall. The citizens of Coaldale and area 1 oa cq idpm en t a nd ilems needed to take care of the children in tlie day-care centre and accommodate the drop-in centre guests. Etzikom shower ETZIKOM (HNS) Marcla Stromsmoe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wendc! Stromsmoe, was guest of honor at a recent Bridal shower. Assisting the oride to-be in the unwrapping of her gifts was her mother, Mrs. Kay Stromsmoe with Val- erie Brower recording and Shower honors Susan IMcLeod f'ARMANGAY (IINS> A miscellaneous shower honoring Susan Mchcod was held in the United Church Hall. Mrs. Deb- bie Lyckman was in charge of the guest hook and Mrs. Elnora Anderson mistress of cere- m OKI Gifts were prese n ted by Mrs. Debbie Lyckman and Mrs. Janctle Porter. Helping to unwrap the gifts were the bride's two grand- mothers, Mrs. Leona Hunt and Mrs. Gladys McLcod, her moth- er, Mrs. Margaret McLeod, the groom's mother, Mrs. Merri- fied, the bride's sister, Grace McLeod, and her two brides- maids, Leslie Johnson and Ruth Hummel. Kathy Chcsney In charge of tha display of gifts. She will be- come the bride of Terry Coutts on Saturday. Shower held TURIN (HNS) A commun- ity bridal shower was held in the Turin School Auditorium to honor Judith Brown, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown of Kclowna, B.C. Miss Brown is the bride-elect of William Gier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gier of Turin, Assisting the bride at the gift table were Mrs. Harvey Gier, Mrs. Ernest Porkka, Gail Trof- nenko, and Terry Juhar, WINNERS OF RAFFLE Tha lucky of re- cent CoaldaU and District Frsh ond Gome Association raffle draw made on Coal- daU Selllen' Days were: First A Steer or tha equivalent in Cash IARRY GOLBY oF COALDAtE Second Prize JOHN TYMEN5EN COAIDAIE Citizens sec. swimming tJial term extended COALDALE (IINS> Conl- rlnlo youngsters will linvc an opportunity Lo swim until (be ciul of sumincr. thFinkfi In tlic generosity of three cilizcns serving as Teprescntativcs on tlic County of soiilhcrn rcgion.il recreation Ixinrd, William Martens. Mre. Gailen Neville and Charles Bryanl. They decided to forfeit their travelling allowance which they receive from Ihe and donated the lo provide bus transportation for (lie chidrcn to Henderson Lake pool in Lcthbridge. The throe lioard niemlxirs rlonated (lie money after Ihe bussing funrls for fwimmiiiR had been depicted. BACK-TO-SCHOOL It's the Shoe Sole Of The Ycor Commencing Saturday 9 o.m. Si.arp! Boiler be here early to take advantage of the many greot buys on broken and discontinued lines of quality brand name shoes! McHALE and BARKER SHOES REGULAR TO 40.00 SALE, PAIR 1 GROUP CASUAL SUEDE BOOTS Values lo 75.00 SALE, PAIR BARKER NOVAS and McFARLANE SHOES Regular to 32 50 SAIE, PAIR____ latJrs: on FOURTH AVENUE MEN'S SHOP "CANADIAN NATIONAL GLADIOLA SHOW AND 18th ANNUAL ALBERTA PROVINCIAL FLOWER SHOW" Lothbridge District Horticultural Society 50th Anniversary lethbridgc Exhibition Pavilion Saturday ond Sunday, August 19tli and 20th. Viewing Times: Saturday, August 19th, 1 p.m. till 9 p.m.; Sunday, August 9 o.m. till 9 p.m. ;