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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneiday, February J, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 'Disastrous' reduction, scored TEARS OF JOY Tears of joy pour from 18-year-old Sheila Rucka of Blairmore as she is chosen Engineering Queen and Campus Queen of the University of Calgary at the recent Engineers' Ball. The first-year chemical engineering student was one of five beautiful candidates. Standing next to Sheila is Lorinda Rowledge, one of the unsuc- cessful candidates. -Photo by Ed Arrol. Vegetable growers re-elect Vaselenak iiv itoss emu Herald News TABEIl John Vs.scleni'k of t'jaldale was returned to office as chairman of the Alberta Vegetable Marketing Board at the recent annual delegates. James II. Tanner of Barnwell succeeded C. W. Fricsen of Vauxhall as vice-chairman. In district electJor.s. Fred Ilranac of Coaldale, Mike Put- ici of Taber, Steve Tokariuk of Lethbridge and George Friesen cf Vauxhall were named new directors for two-year terms. Robert Klok of Burdett re- mains on the board. Items stressed in his report hy Mr. Vaselcnak the. practices, continued research, reduction in the canner vegetable industry since took the "milestone" in Canadian agri- national firms recently over local canneries; ult Bill C-178 hailed uui meeting of ils Agriculture Minister j Olson's greatest achievements; participation of board members at the Unifarm convention; and a brief on the canning vege- table industry presented to the provincial government last year. The brief recommended the investigation of unfair trade consolidation of vegetable growers' organisations, discon- tinuslion of freight rate discri- mination, and as a last resort, subsidization of vegetable Tile meet ing before it a recommendation that, by regu- lation, the board could require the labelling of all canned veg- etables with the place of origin. This was said to be a require- ment in customer selection of Alberta canned goods. Stepping down after 14 years as a director, Anion (Tony) 1 15 rinks compete at Turin TURIN (HNS) A Inlal of 15 rinks competed in the first mixed bonspicl of the season. The Howard Dunn rink won. The rink included Hov.-ard Dunn, skip; Brian Oscen third; Mrs. Brian Oseen, second, and Mrs. Howard (Louise) Dunn. The rink achieved a total of 31 points in three games. The Jim Haughian rink placed second with 26 points. Jim Haughian was assisted hy Jack Cook, third; Jerry Bar- on, second; and Kelly Haugh- ian. parley set for Feb. 9 CARDSTON The. Universi- ty of Calgary faculty of medi- cine will sponsor a regional conference program for all members of the medical pro- fession in the Cardston area Wednesday, Feb. 9, at 2 p.m., at the Cardston Clinic. Dr. Don Sturdy and Dr. Tim Myers, both orthopaedic sur- MB post locally CLARESHOLM (HNSl-The Willow Creek MD has a new secretary treasurer. Tlie council has appointed Ruben Hartfelder, former as- sistant to Max Gibson, now re- tiring to the position. Mrs. Jean Hoare has been appointed assistant secretary. Mr. Hartfelder has worked in the capacity of assistant secretary treasurer since and before that he was secre- tary treasurer of the Town of Claresholm. He has graduated from a four year course in local gov- ernment administration from the University of Alberta. Mrs. Iloare has worked in the MD office for many years. Mr. Gibson is retiring after 25 years' service with the MD. He had previously served as secretary treasurer with the MD of I.acomhe. The MD council has made a new ruling on the replacement of fences for fanners and ranchers where they have had to be moved for widening of roads and grading. In future no posts will he provided after the end of the year in which the road work was complc'ed. Poisoning of was again discussed hy council as some people in the district feel they do more pood than harm in keeping rodents under con- trol. Tlir MD has a ruling that farmers in an area of Ihrec miles of where the poison is placed iniisi agree to the ac- tion. JJov. Jordan (llirisliau.s GRANTM (ll.NSl Due to the inclement weather there was a poor turn-out at the re- cent annu-'il meeting of the (iraninii i'mmi it u'.t.s held in the church hall. A message was riven hy Peter Walker in mem- ory of members of the church who died last year. Reports nf the various church activities given. llcv. K. Jordan of Pincher Creek pave a talk on pastoral relations. geons, will act as resource people for this program. Recent developments in or- thopaedics is the conference theme. Dr. Sturdy is a well known orthopaedic surgeon at Cal- gary who for the past several years has kept a very careful record of the common ortho- paedic problems seen is his of- fice. He has gathered a wealth of information on this subject. Dr. Myers, practicing at Lethbridge, is familiar with problems in rural practice and will share his experience in thus field with interested doc- tors. The main function of the con- ference is to help the attending physician to understand new developments in orthopaedics. The conference in a result of expressed concern by local doctors to gain further knowl- edge about the medical prob- lems that require more atten- tion in their community. The U of C sponsors similar programs on a variety of topics throughout southern Alberta. All general practice and spe- cialized medical doctors in the Cardston area are invited to contact Dr. Burns Larson at tlie Cardston Clinic for further information. Telephone 653- 3331. Mrs. Griffey leads VCW devotional GRANUM (TINS) The United Church Women met re- cently in the women's lounge of the church hall with presi- dent. Mrs. Alfred (Pat) Dun- lop, in charge. Mrs. Kay Cairns was secre- tory in the absence of Mrs. Leonard (Lynn) Bailey. Mrs. Ed (Islay) Griffey led the women in an interesting de- votional. Mrs. Kent (Clara) Peterson, who has been the treasurer for a number of years, resigned and Mrs. Pat (Ruth) Cox ac- cepted the position. All other officers agreed to slay for another year. There were only nine mem- bers in attendance as the weather was very cold. Lunch was served hy Mrs. Dunlop and Mrs. Cliff (Stella) Pei-ret. Sparwood Lious await charier NATAL (HNS) An impor- tant night for the Sparwood Lions Club is slated for Satur- day, Fcii. when they recievc Iheir charter at an evening cer- emony to he held in the Catho- lic Hall at Fcniic. The Fernie Lions Club has sponsored the Sparwood Lions Club and is helping with many details nf the charter night. It consist of a dinner, presen- tation of the charter and a dance. Passwords Snoiv removal hampered COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Coleman council learned at its meeting this week that snow removal crews are having dif- ficulty with parked cars. RCMP has been contacted with regard to this matter. RCMP has advised it will co- operate with the crews in see- ing the local bylaw is enforced. The bylaw indicates vehicles cannot be parked on town streets for longer than 72 hours. When snow removal crews are working the police will see that streets are cleared of cars. Violators of the bylaw will be prosecuted. RCMP was granted permis- sion to use town owned radar equipment to enforce speeding bylaws. Signs are to be erected in several alleys in town to pro- hibit parking in the alieys. Overnight parking creates a hazard. Alleys may have to be used in emergencies. A. Tuckwood, local dogcatch- er. was informed that persons obstructing or hampering him during the line of bis duty were j subject to fines of 550. bog li- censes must be purchased by Jan. 31. Mayor John Holyk and coun- cillor Graham Atkinson met with Calgary Power represent- ative Peter Morley at Lelh- bridge and were successful in having the power company agree to moving its power lines out of the town's new subdivi- sion norlh of Coleman. The new area is to be developed as soon as weather permits. The preventive social service budget for 1072 was accepted The 1973 budget will be scruti- nized in October. Council approved construc- tion of a new additional exit on the Coleman Community li- brary building as requested bj library secretary Mel Cornett, A special meeting was held earlier to consider town em- ployee proposals for salaries and conditions to work for 1972. Several recommendations have been made by council and sent to employees for consideration. Irwm Schwartz was employ- ed by the town as a meter reader. Bathhouse to be built BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Tlie Crowsncst Pass rec- reation board has received word from the department of the environment a d v i s ing plans for the Crowsnest Pass swimming pool have been ap- proved and construction will continue. Construction has now started on the bathhouse for the nool. Bullock heads Provo chamber A native son of southern Al- berta, Gordon Bullock, has elected president of the Provo Chamber of Commerce. At 35. he is the youngest pres- ident since 1321. Born at Lethbridge. Mr. Bul- lock is the son of A. K. Bullock, former Taber businessman now living in Utah, and Mi's. R. K. Warner of Murray, Utah. Mr. Bullock received ais early schooling in Taber. He is a graduate of Brigham Vmmg University and served with the American Air Force Reserve, on active duty, for a year during the Cuban missile crisis. Father of four children he operates a retail business out- let at Provo, Utah. UGG supper meeting held, al Sundial area eciilrc TURIN (HNS) The United Grain Growers recently held ho aiinun! .r.ij'.pcr ;it the Sundial Community Cen- tre. More than members and guests attended. The women of the Sundial Handicraft Guild catered. M. Dunn was chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Paskal, delegates to the provincial con- ference, reported. Hugh Tliokson of Warner, di- rector for the United Grain Gmwers, and his wife were present. Mr. Dickson reported. Mr. and Mrs. Art Wiehe of Lelhbridgo attended. Mr. Wiplw is the UGG fieldninn. Musicial selections and songs fin- the evening were presented hy Dean Oscen ami the Oscen girls Lennca, Rhonda, Tracy, Lana and Terry. Recreation areas accord is sought CARDSTON (HNS) The Cardston school division board met in two .sessions to com- plete the January business. Willard Brooks was dele- gated to seek an audience with, CardsUm town council relative 30 to an interchange of recreation facilities of the town and school board. He will also present a formula for sharing the cost of proposed enlargement to the new gymnasium. Approval was given to the high school's request to apply to the Town of Cardston for the use of the Chetsman Ice Cen- tre for 24 half-days each sem- ester for skating and hookey. Head gear must be worn by all high school hockey players and provided at their own ex- pense. The transportation committee mil review rates charged for the use of school and private buses and bring in a report. The bus from Hillsrping will continue to travel to Cardston via Glemvood (not across the reservation on gravelled A driver will be needed for the Seigfrcd Uibel bus com- mencing Feb. 1. Other busing problems will also be investigated. O Approval was given for co-or- dinator of special services Sackley to leave at the middle of June to attend sum- mer .school. The board accept up to teacher internees from Al- Universities into division- al schools about May 1. They will serve their practice teach- ing requirements. The board will send a dele- gation to Edmonton with de- tailed proposals with respect to the school building project at Magrath. A pay telephone will be re- quested for the foyer of the Cardston High School. Approval was given for an agreement with Johnson Con- trols Ltd., Calgary, for periodic servicing of the automatic heat- ing units in Lees Creek Ele- mentary School. The board was advised the high school student council de- clined to support any internal request for revision of the pol- icy on hair lengths for boys. Legal advice will be sought relative to the appointment and designation of vice-principals. Some additional services re- quested at the Standoff Hutter- ian Brethren Colony School will he invesigated. Huber of Coaldale on affiliations of the marketing board and conventions attend- ed, noting tile support received by the various associations. A crop insurance report by retiring Cornelius W. Friesen noted no hail during the past season. It of the inclusion of beans under crop insurance and noted a continued study on corn. During the year, two losses on peas and four on beLns ac- counted for claims paid for some During four years, premiums collected of were offset by claims paid dur- ing the same period of S30.0-M denoting a comparatively sound position of the insurance de- partment of the board. Proces- sors contribute to the premium fund. The financial statement, pre- pared by auditor Don Porter, showed marketing toard assets at including in hank term deposits, S3.561 in current accounts and in of- fice equipment. On the liabilities ledger. stands in a corn research account and the board's surplus is During the year income of included S2.932 in grow- ers' and processors' fees and S992 in interest income. The year's expenditures exceeded revenue by all exclusive of insurance receipts and pay- ments Guests at the meeting were Murray F. Wilde. Tabor dis- trict agriculturist, Ralph Trim- mer of Lethbridge, regional plant industry supervisor, Al- berta department of agricul- ture, and KenneUi Williams of Taber. producer representative on the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council. Mr. Williams advised the board and delegates that the council has now relinquished any control over grants which a local board and coniiiiissions, thai the vegetable market- ing board is under-financed in comparison with some of other marketing boards he found "collecting too high fees from the producers." Mr. Williams, on of the marketing council, present- ed a gavel to byard chairman Vaselenak. Taber Mayor Arthur H. Avery said that while the board has been doing good work, the vegetable industry should be expanded materially. He sug- gested the labeling of cans ac- cording to source of product. It is now under board considera- tion as mentioned above. Giving their reports to the meeting were inspector Arthtir A. Anderson, quality of vege- tables sold for processing that year; and his wife, Mrs. Irene Anderson, long-time secretary to the board. MAGRATH (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fraser of Raymond are parents of the New Year's baby born in the Magrath Hospital Jan. 21. Daughter Becky Jo weighed seven pounds, 4''2 ounces, and is their first child. Maternal grandparent? nre Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson of Magralh and paternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fraser of Raymond. Recently Mayor Pingrce Tanner presented the Fraser family with many gifts from town businesses and organiza- tions. ACTIVE TV FEBRUARY CLEARANCE 26" R.CA, COLOR Seg. SPECIAL 1238 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5020 f ARMOR SAFETY 300 Wider, bolder massive twin whitewall profile puts more rubber on the road. Full 4 ply nylon construction. Five rib tread design plus safety shoulder ensures reliable control and stability. :s I EA. 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