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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, August 31, 197T THE LFTHBRIDGE HFHALO 3 Pass'w Lanes added lo Highway 3 COLKMAN (CNP Bureau) The department of highways is engaged in building accelera- tion and deceleration lanes mediately south of the new Crowsncst Pass Consolidated High School. The new lanes have been ne- cessitated by increased traffic on either side of Highway 3 im-1 from the new school. Quintillios are classy BLAIHMORE (CNP Bureau) Recently the 'Pass Tennis Club hosted the Pincher Creek Tennis Club in a local tourna- ment. The 'Pass club made a Ktrong showing with Dan and Joe QuJntillio taking the men's doubles and Mike Pulchany and Dean Poulifsis placing sec- ond. Mr. Poulitsis also took the men's singles. Mr. and Mrs. Tink took the mixed doubles. New pool hall for 'Pass BLAIHMORE (CNP Bureau) Opening has been set for the middle of September for a new billiard hall and arcade here. The new establishment will be located in the downstairs section of the new Michael Finn Pharmacy Building. The entertainment centre will feature seven full-size bil- liard tables, coin-operated ma- chines and refreshment dis- pensers. The new business will cover approximately sq. ft. Al Peters rims tire outlet BLA1RMORE (CNP Bureau) Anolhrv new business has commenced operation In west Blairmorc. Located in the Becker Build- ing, Trimbles Tire Supply is managed by Al Peters. It will employ a staff of several once the business becomes fully eralinnal. The firm mil specialize In wheel b a 1 a n c ing, alignment arid wheel and fire sales, MARRIED IN THE UKRAINE-Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rath of Cardston marked their Golden Wedding at C a r d st o n Their son, Rev, Ernest Roth of Wembley, was guest minister for a special service i n their honor at the Faith Lutheran Church. Married in the Ukraine Oct. 5, 1921, they came to this country in 1927 to live at Rosebud, Raley, Kimbal and Cardston. A son George Rath lives at Calgary and their daughter, Mrs. Herman (Freda) Schamber at South Dakota. They have six grand- children. -logon McCarthy Photo Mary Pascuzzo named Steele Days Sweetheart Kootenay Brown cabin prime project at Pincher PKCI1ER CREEK (Special) The August meeting of tlie Pincher Creek and District His- torical Society promoted a great deal of activity. With the news that the fence around the grounds will soon he completed, plans for the re- pairs necessary fo preserve Knotcnay Brown's cabin were mnde. The historical society has been registered as a charitable organization and is able fo offer income tax deductible receipts. Letlr-rs of appeal for dona- tions arc lining sent to out-of- town members of old-time fam- ilies. Plans were made for a similar appeal to town and dis- trict residents this fall. A raffle is under way. Thej draw is to IK made at a dance in Dieppe Memorial Hall Oct. 22. The is U> objective of the society preserve and CRANBROOK (Special) Mary Pascuzzo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Pascuz- zo, was selected by the panel nf three judges as Sam Steele Days Sweetheart for 1971-72, succeeding Debbie Scott. Her princess is Cathie Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller, also 17. Between them they will rep- resent, the city at appropriate functions over the next year. Sam Steele Days' four day celebration, with Don Loclryear in his third year as chairman, was a success with a GO-float, nine band parade, headed by the Fort Steele Clydesdale horses, and climaxed with the train of eight covered wagons drami by ponies. mementoes o[ tlie early days in (lirGcled b-v Lari7 Hoc of CrasLnn, sauntered from Yahk 40 miles by backroads and Dewdney Trail in three camping each night en this area. As soon as funds are available, an insulated, fire- proof building is planned. A rep- resentative of the provincial recommended that one vail of t h e Father Lacombe Church complete with one or more win- dows and a door, be used to form a dividing wall in this structure. Community support will be essential in this project. roulc. New, appropriate and im- pressive program addition this ycai- was by Kootenay Indians. Their "opportunity for youth" staff from their own bands has a St. Mary's baiirl, children's recreation project going at the abandoned St. Eugene Mission School, and they arranged pub- lic erection at Baker Park of a teepee village which operated two days. They performed au- thentic dances and sold handi- crafts and Amerind foods. A major participant in plans and program was their own Sophie Pierre, Sam Steele Days Sweet- heart two years ago. All special even Is aimed to satisfy all tastes were well at- tended at (lie various locations strung from rodeo at Stahl's grounds outside north city lim- its to Confederation park three miles south where the covered wagon train encampment was set up. Closing day events went fur- ther afield in a Minor l-fockey sponsored barrel derby guess- ing on the Koolenay from Wasa lo Fort Steele, won by Mrs. Ray Tegart, and a raft race over the same waters. Final financial statement will not be complete until the end of the year, but chairman Lock year thinks the affair broke even. Financial base is carry- over from the previous year and a city grant, while the Sam Steele citizens committee he heads collects 10 per cent of every concession lo a service club or fraternal order event. net return, and 20 per cent of gross proceeds of every con- cession it approves on applica- tion of commercial events. Tlie Days are hardly over before tile following year's program begins lo shape up under com- mittee auspices. FLAX GROWERS Be assured of fop prices and marketing for your com- plele 1971-1972 Flax Crop. Conlract your acreage NOW with DIVERSIFIED CROPS LTD. 15 bushels per acre assured markei unlil July 21, 1972 ho establish price 5 bushels per acre initial delivery "Some Flax Growers' Contracts Still Available." DIVERSIFIED CROPS LTD. Phone Colgary 245-1223 Don't wait till the last minulel Avoid costly delays! Now's the time to check your BEET HARVESTING EQUIPMENT We carry n good slock of IH Parti for your convenience REMEMBER INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CARESI We Have Established A COMBINE PARTS BANK Mado up o( Combine Parts For IH This bonk wns established for you to keep your combine In field. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 Stafford Drivo, lelhbridge VISITS OLDTIMERS Supper time caller at Blurt's Nursing Home ot Tort Macleod recently was Premier Harry Strom. He shakes hands wilh Mrs. Barbara Girhiny of Coleman. Sealed on her lefl is Mrs. Linnie Almlie and Mrs. Lois Allan. In front of Mr. Strom is Mrs. Hetlie McClean. Premier Slrom's mobilo caravan was whistle-stopping through Forl Macleod in support of Social Credit candidate Leighton Buckwell. The caravan visited The Forl Macleod Library Park where 100 supporters gal here d. Pioneer Lodge was also on the itinery. -Joan Swihorl Photo STOP EARLY Buses in Casablanca stop run- ning al nine p.m. 60-mile ride-a-lhon scheduled PINCHER CHEEK (Special) Tlie 4-H reining and train- ing club will sponsor a ride-a- Uion Friday, Aug. 27. All but 20 percent of the pro- ceeds will be donated to the historical society tor use in its museum development pro- gram. The ride will cover 60 miles, from Pinclier Creek to the gates at Walerton and hack again. ar? a.s'ked fo be sponsored (or at least 10 cents a mile. Entry forms may be obtain- ed at the recreation office. Bits costs for sports win okay TABER fHNS) A six per cent increase in bus mileage allowance fo accommodate extra-curricular sports activi tics of Taber division high schools has received school board approval on a one year basis, above the 1970-71 author- ized figures. The extra mileage allow- ance was requested by the high schools last May due to in- creased involvement in girls' basketball and volleyball leagues. Above the six per cent ap- proved figure, extra mileage re- quired will be cost shared be- tween the board and the school involved. The school will pay 20 cents per mile (out of a total 40 cents per mile cost) as well as extfa fee for the driver and expenses. Mileage for band trips will be considered at the board's Sept. 20 meeting. No change was made In the policy regarding bus usage for intra-curricular field trips, the allotment being based on the formula in the Division's policy handbook. COWBOY PRIEST Rev. Louis Rosining, parish priesl of Our Lady of Perpelucl Help Parish of Foremost, is an outdoorsman and horseman. Next year he will cele- brate his 25lh anniversary of being in 1he priesthood. Raised on a farm near Camrose, he was ordained at Montreal. He also serves missions at Etzikom, Manyberriei and south of Elzikorn. Earlier he was at Calgary and also taught school in Manitoba centres. Ehnes Photo Clara Thompson, Will Hun I. honored a I oldlimers' picnic Napi helps sponsor sivimming PDsCHER CHEEK (Special) Peigan children are enjoying the Pmcher Creek swimming pool. To date, 270 children have been bused to Uie pool on the Wednesday afternoon bus from Brocket. This is an increase of 40 per cent from last year's figure. Forty Peigan children are at- tending the daily Red Cross swimming lessons at the pool. This is a two-week course. This is a three-way arrange- ment among the Red Cross, the Peigan recreation and the Napi Friendship Association. CONGRATULATIONS IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Ekkel arc receiving congratulations on tlie birth of n daughter. NOBLEKORD The 32nd annual picnic for ori- ginal pioneers and descendants fo this area from the Manitou- lin Island was held at Keho Park recently. The day commenced with the annual golf tournament but the heat was the undisputed win- ner as Gordon Luchia of No- rjleford was the only one (o fin- ish and Doris Dalgliesh of Pic- ture Butte the best of the wom- en. Officers are: i JncI; Tennaiit of L'jthbriclgc' president. Thelma Adams, Lethbridge, vice-president, and secretary treasurer, Eleanor! PliiJlips, NobMord. Manitoulin Island pm was j presented to Clara K. Thomp- son and a tie bar went to Will HunL, as the oldest members present. Beth are residents of Lethbridge. Areas represented at this pic- nic were Calgary, Lethbridge, Picture Butte, Iron Springs, Nobleford, Barons, Nanton, Winfield and Cowlcy. FIRST IN SALES! FIRST TO ARRIVE! 1972 TOYOTAS JAPAN'S NO. 1 IMPORT ON OISPIAY NOW TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE CouMi Highwny PHONE 327-3163 2 TRAILER SITES AVAILABLE FOR RENT IN COALDALE Contact the Coaldale Town Office More district oil page 9 FARM FOR SALE BY BIDS TO SETTLE ESTATE Approx. 160 acres less 3J'i acres for irrigation main canal. LOCATION: N.E. of Sec. IV, T.S. 10, Range 12, W of -1 mile COM ond 2 miles norih of Monarch or 1 miles west and 2 miles south of Nableford or ncxi form norlh of Monorch Raformod Church (arm only 1 norlh ol No. 3 Highway ond aUo 1 mile wcM of No. 23 Highway TERMS: 5% nnelosod wilh bid (cerlifieri clioquti) ?A% rti accoplanco of bid (ind 70% at poiseision Ocl. 30th, 1971. AH bids mutt bo In by I he 20lh day of 1971. Highcil bidder no) necoisarily accepted. This farm has 100 ocrcs of choice dry land and opprox. 50 ncrcs of paslurc. Wild Ihc canal wo tor avnilnbln ihii mako an iciecil place for a country homo on a hilhido. CONTACT: PATERSON JACOBSON AND HUIIL Hofiday Vilfofjo Phone 378-7781 Lclhbridgp, Allj.-i .o. Ci'owsiiest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Reiident Rep., BloirmorB Phone 562-2149 These Arc The UtMitulge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area JTIRUNG RUTH ZAUGO TABER ROSS C.IRB General Delivery P.O. JI87 TYRRELL'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMUNO P.O. Box 97, Wrentham VAUXHAU MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. Box 239 WARNER MRS. PEARL 11EBELT General D.liv.ry Contact HIBIO for your Dislricf Newi or Claitiflod Advertising DAVE PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE CYPRESS Dave Berntson.__part of the Lougheed Team. A farmer who knows a farmer's pro- blems and wFII work for you for expanded farm credit at reasonable interest rates___ a Department of Agriculture concerned with marketing and sales.- vastly improved road systems in Southern Alberta.. Inserted byi CYPRESS PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION ;