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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Mday, August 26, THE ttrilBRIDGt HCRALD 32 Win BYU Diplomas Thirly-t w o southern Alberta students were among who recieved diplomas at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, at commencement exercises on Aug. .21, 1970. Combined with the spring graduates, the total number for the year is the largest graduating class in the school's history. The following list is arranged according to hometowns. The degree received by each is noted beside the name: doc- tor master bach- elor and associate Glenwoorf Andrea Archi- bald Grassy Lake David L. Woodruff Baroiis Wins North County Championship PICTURE BUTTE (Special) County Littls League Champion this year is the Barons team. It beat Nobleford in the final game. The winners received coaching from Ken Itomanchuk and Marvin Wobick, both of Barons. The winning pitcher was Rob Cowie. Other members of the team. Danny Eomanchuk (second Ken Ryden Gary Ryden (left Kevin Wobick (short David Steinhauer (first Handy Steinhauer (third Larry Machacek (centre Wayne Lyons (right Mi- chael Wintoniak, Brad Andrek- son, Robert McNeely, Gary Ir- vine, Terry Irvine and Hodney Sikora. YOU MAY BE YOUNGER THAN YOU THINK jitellige---- sexuality don't necessarily have ta dedine with age. Learn how you. can lead a fuller, more ac- tive "younger" kind of life as you grow old. Get September issue of Reader's Digest and read "Sense and Nonsense About Growing Pick up your copy today. Ilillspring Anna Mi- chel Adams Clinton Kcat Butler Rounup j Braithwaile Chris Poulsen Lynn Taylor Carol The Coutts <1-H Wocknitz Club is sponsoring a Raymond Kenneth Saturday, Aug. 2S, bert Hickcn David at 8 a.m. don Holmes ride will begin at Coutls Kieth Milner Kay continue to Warner anc Salmon back to Coutls, a total ol Stirling Mrs. Karma miles. Anyone who can ride Clenaghan horse is welcome and is ask- Fan-el Oler to obtain as many sponsors Taber Dellis If. possible. Keith John will go to the Albert R. 4-H Horse Club. Devon Clarence Handicrafts Cardston Margaret Baines Karel Lyn BUTTE (Special) zer Reva D. Handicrafts made by chil- enrolled in North County Diamond City K. Program will be dis- Russell hi the Canadian West- Margaret Natural Gas Company's of- Peterson With students, work has already been ham Young University is in Barons, and will be largest church related from Picture Butte to versity in United centres in North County. Propose Rendle NATAL, B.C. (HNS) G. many delays and Brownell and F. Rendle agreement with Bill Tan- proposing to subdivide the Hendle property into five representing Green wood Shopping Centre Limited, a company associated with Len- 10-acre engineering, and council Plans were viewed the District of Sparwood was by District of Sparwood council and it was decided to hold back approval till a Aug. 11 and land clearance has begun. Construction is expected to begin this week with two stages to be com- meeting could be by the end of this year with a member of the possible. Branch to ensure the will include a grocery well site (source of water and a theatre. The entire ply) would not suffer any complex w h e n com- tion from septic tanks on will cover square Rendle property. The well and represent an invest- is situated on the Rendle of more than million. erty upon which council plans for the proposed an easement. Paradise Homes of are not yet ready but construction will conform to the 18- met with council recently deadline. wopose development of the finance committee of naming 61 residential lots was authorized to visit Sparwood. However, the to view the new mu- posal is still only in the complex established in ning stages and is community. on Paradise Homes Cimolini was ap- B.C. registration, chairman of the plan- money and agreement commission for the Dis- of Sparwood to replace The shopping centre Milt Matiasek who Sparwood is on its way resigned. A letter of ap- chairman of the dis- planning commission for his work in the district. R. was also appointed a ELLOW of tile planning com- Downtown MANPOWER CENTRE jur time (CP) Opening of most northerly Canada Centre at Inuvik, iMEN'S Territories, was an- 71 Convictions TABER (HNS) Convic- tions in magistrate's court dur- ing July numbered 71, slightly less than half of the 143 brought to task the previous month. The drop in law infractions was possibly due to a similar reduction in transient labor in the district. The 13 cases under the Crim- inal Code (35 in June) involved forgery, assault, Impaired.driv- ing, driving while suspended and wilful damage to property. Under the Highway Traffic Act, were convicted as com- pared with 36 in June. Liquor Act offences dropped off from 72 to 32 from June to July. Damages totalling an even resulted from four re- portable loss) accidents and seven minor mishaps. There was no personal injury during July. Of three cars reported stolen during July, two were recover- ed in the district but the 1961 Chevrolet, license BC-67-85 has not been found. Also outstanding is a break and entry at the L. T. West- lake School Ihe weekend of July 18. An outside door was removed to gain entry for the theft of about worth of equipment. Plan Car Tests TABER mobile testing unit operated by the motor vehicles branch, depart- ment of. highways and trans- port, will make its second ap- pearance here Sept. 14 to 25. Approval for fie return of the car safety inspection ser- vice was given by the town council when it was noted that rainy weather in June reduced the potential number of cars checked. The unit will be located on the south side of 50th Ave. east of the Taber General Hospital. OK Two Grants TABER (HNS) Two pro- motional grants were approved by town council. The first of will assist A1 b e r t a's champion bantam baseball team, the Moose Ban- jams of Taber, to travel to Brandon, Man., for playoff games, matching funds made irailable from the Alberta Baseball Association. The second grant of goes ;o the Taber Roping Club for the printing of a promotional irogram in connection with heir amateur rodeo being staged in the new ice arena Sept. 18 and 19 just prior to the skating season. Representing the Hoping Club, Gary Jensen discussed irilh council Ihe moving of some 600 yards of earth into the arena for the protection o( livestock and contestants, al an estimated cost of Wins Gold Brick PICTURE BUTTE (Special) Koyala, 12-year'-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Koyala, won Hie LiUle League Gold Brick recently. SPECTATOR'S CHOICE Leslie Sjogren. receives the most valuable player award from North County Little League official Gordon Luchia. Sjogren was spectator's choice. He plays for the Nobleford Liftle League. 'Pass Schools Open Sept. 1 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) All scliools in Crowsnesl Pass School Division No. 63 will open Sept. 1. The hours of school for the Horace Allen and Centra: Schools at Coleman, the Isa- belle Sellon School Blainnore, the M. D. McEachern School, Bellevue will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the Crowsnest Con- solidated High School for Grades 9 to 12 will be from a.m. to p.m. Lunch hours for all elemen- tary schools will be from 12 noon to p.m. and in the Crowsnest Consolidated from a.m. to p.m. Bus pickups for those stu- dents using Ms conveyance will be Petrone's Garage, Hill- crest; Municipal Building and Maple Leaf Service Station, Bellevue; Municipal Building and Texaco Service, Frank; Lazy K ,the Royal Bank and Armories at Blah-more and for Coleman Summit Lime Works, Woods Cabins, Power Plant, Ten Homes, Carbondale and Cameron School. The bus departure times bave been set on the following schedule, Hillcrest to Crows- nest Consolidated High School a.m.; Hillcrest to Mc- Eachern School a.m.; Bellevue to Crowsnest Consoli- dated a.m.; Bellevue to McEachern School a.m.; Frank to Crowsnesl Consoli- dated School 8 a.m.; Frank to Isabelle Sellon School a.m.; Blah-more to Crowsnest Consolidated High a.m.; Summit Lime to Crowsnest Consolidated High and Horace Allen, 8 a.m.; Woods Cabins to Consolidated High and Horace Allen, a.m.; Power Plant, Ten Homes and Carbondale to Crowsnest Consolidated High and Horace Alien and a.m. respectively; Cam- _.-on to Crowsnest Consolidated High School a.m. Students are requested to go to the pick- up point nearest then- place of residence. The school board has an- Get a taste of the good times with Old Vienna Lively sip after sip. BREWED RIGHT HERE IN ALBERTA.. BOHEMIAN MAID BREWING; COMPANY Visit Honeys IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Among those in attendance when Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Hancy entertained at dinner at their home recently were the latter's brother-in-law and sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Amuiids. ot Deep Hiver, Ont, her brother and sister-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Maier, ol George Hiver, Que., and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Maicr, of Lethbridge, who have recently returned home alter visiting with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Maier in Germany. Lots Available TABER (HNS) Residen- tial lots south of 50th Ave. abutting on the golf course may now be purchased for each on condition of a building commitment of con- structiop within six months. Paving of 60th Ave. from 47th St. to the west boundary of representing the front- age on the lots being offered, will wait for the installation of nounced that students and par- ents are reminded that there will be no busing of students during the noon hour. It is also noted that students in Grades 2 through to Grade E at the Isabelle Sellon School at Blairmore should congregate at the west door. Students starting Grade 1 should meet at the north door (main en- It is desirable that one of the parents accompany be- ginners on the first morning. The teaching staff at the Crowsnest Consolidated High School is urged to be at the school on Monday Aug. 31 as there is a considerable amount of preparation to be done with- in their classrooms. The school board has set policy regarding out of district students wishing to attend schools within the division. A student whose parents are Al- berta taxpayers would be charged a tuition fee of per month to attend schools in the Crowsnest Pass. A student whose parents are not Alberta taxpayers would be charged a tuition fee of per month to attend school here. -This policy will be followed as of Sept. 1, Anton Appointed TABER (HNS) Motion got under way'toward Taber's fall civic elections when town coun- cil appointed secretary trea- surer Thomas M. Anton enumerator for the voters' lists and returning officer for the Oct. 14 elections. There will be an advance poll Oct. 9. Nomination day is Wednes- day, Sept. 16, and four posi- tions are to be filled, the town conducting elections for Taber Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 54 and the town wards of Taber General Hospital District. On the town council, terms of office expire for councillors Gordon W. Oddie who has now retired for health reasons, and Lewis P. Pollard. A. A. (Ab) Chervinski, whose term as trustee on the Sep- arate School Board expires this fall, has also resigned, and Dale E. Clifton representing the north ward on the hospital board is completing his first term in office. Taber electors will also go to the polls to settle a much and long disputed problem of the future of the Cenotaph Park, whether it remain as a park or be given over as a parking yard. Add Circuits NATAL, .BC. (HNS) Some relief to overcrowding on long distance telephone facilities in last Kootenay will be achieved during the next two or tliree weeks, the B.C. telephone Com- )any has stated. Norm Wilson, East Kootenay district manager, said addi- ;ional circuits will be in opera- tion to Vancouver, Calgary, In- vermere, Golden, Fernie and Natal. About Uie same tinie, the in- stallation of six additional long distance operator switchboard xssitions is to be completed in he tall centre at Cranbrook. A Full Week of Specials at Prices effective until closing Sal., Aug. 29th BABY BEEF SIRLOIN or CLUB Ground Beef lb Pineapple Baby FOOdS Heinz Strained or tins Aylmer Soup Tomato or Vegetable 10-or. tins REGAL, APPLE and STRAWBERRY PERKY Dog Food 15.01 8 1 KON TIKI Pineapple 4 fsr AlBERTA Icing Sugar..........Mb. TOP VALU BEANS and PORK 14-oz. TINS LIBBY DEEP BROWN Beans SNAP OFF Sandwich Bags 14-oz. tins ]00i CANADA NO. 1 TOMATOES B.C. VINE RIPENED Luncheon MeatKam Wotch for our od in every Monday's Herold Now 2 extra days of specials coch week! WF. REStRVt THE RIGHT 10 LIMIT QUANTIllES ;