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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta g _ TM UTHMIDOI HWALO Sahinfay, JO, Sy CA. vteekes nstitute leals with grievance JOYS of winter camping be- caire evident to Scouts and Venturers of Claresholm just b e f o r e the big Chinook. Led by Scouter Gordon Brown, file group, numbering about 12, spent a week end in the for- est reserve west of the Gordon Burton ranch. Assistants were Ken Dahl, Barry Gray and Akela Norman Cutfortb. Survival was the theme and each boy came away with a wider knowledge through his experiences. It has been said that sum- mer camp is a "fun camp" and a winter camp is a "work camp." The group did enjoy the use of BUI Laing's four- wheel drive truck. Granum Cubs and Scouts held tbeir Mother and Son Ban- quet in the Community Hall re- cently. The Toast to the Queen was proposed by Chris Dona- hue while Ian Dudley said Grace. Master of ceremonies was Roy Fjordbotten. Present were Cub Scouters Mrs. J. Wevers Mrs. T. Blair, Scouter Lew Blair and Mrs. Blair, John Strang and Mrs. Strang, and Scouter Doug Barnes. Boys present were given ad- vice on the values of Scouting and Cubbing. Warm apprecia- tion was voiced for cooks H. Jorgenson, A. Travis, M. Dona- hue and A. Munro. To have a Wolf Cub Pack you must have boys, ad.isers and leaders. The town of Hanna now has two packs complete with leaders. Cub Scouters Garth Hanlon and Earl Button will lead the first pack. The second will be led by Ian Stephens, Albert Button and Vern Nunweiler. Dave Rcdgwell heads the group committee. Each number has been assigned special duties. All this came abort through the help of W. Johnson and E. Hart in outlining requirements. The Hanna Elks, the Lions Club and the Anglican Church Group will willingly assist. A registration fee of ?1 per boy will be charged to cover the actual registration and the greater part of uniform. Good going, Hanna! Incidentally, back In the ear- liest '30s the Akela was no less than Cam 'Kirby, now Justice J. C. Kirby tf. the Alberta Supreme Court. Cub Scouter Jim Haas of Blairmore reports that the pack at Blairmore has moved from the United Church base- ment to a newly rebuilt and redecorated basement of the Elks Hall. This will give much- needed extra space. We understand the citizens of Foremost recently paid tribute to Akela Irene Wallman. We hope to have more details of this event later. Scout Guide Week and es- pecially Feb. 22 the joint birth- day of Lord Robert and Lady Baden Powell are at hand. At Wrentham the Lions Club is tiaving a banquet to honor the local Cub Pack and its lead- ers, Mrs. A. ChristtBsen and Mrs. Roy Nelson. Roy Nelson is master of ceremonies. The 14th Lethbridge Group of United Church hac an evening with banquet and special features under the direction of Dr. K. Bide. Yours truly was the guest speaker Feb. 19. Dr. Bide s ho wet some of his Jamboree slides from the 8th World Jamboree of 1955. Feb. 21 the Brownies, Guides Scouts, Cubs and Venturers o Pincher Creek are observing the annual Thinking Day with all due ceremonies in St. Mich ael's School auditorium at 2 p.m. Former Grizzly District Com missioner Kurt Seel of Calgary and Scouter Larry TTemblay 0 Waterton Lskes Park have jus returned from Jasper Nations Park. Both have been engagec in an advanced course in moun ain rescue and have successful. Their next course will be "avalanches." Former Chief Scout Commis sioner for Canads and retiree RCMP Commissioner L. H. N cholson was recently honoret in Ottawa on being raLed t the position of Baliff of th Knights of St. John of Jerus lem, otherwise known as S John Ambulance. Congratulations go to th newly elected officers of the Grizzly District who have se themselves to the task of re storing the fading resource and are going to put the dis trict on its feet again. To Chn Groundwater, Dr. John Bau and1 the others go our cheers and our support. Good hunting, all! CRANBROOK ranbrook Farmers' Insti- ute February meeting dealt with a grievance concerning Department of Lands rural ubdivision under preliminary evelopment to a half-mite depth south of the Ktmberiey- Cranbrook road and west of Six-Mile railway crossing. Two members have leased grazing rights on this crown land for a considerable period, and the Institute was not notified of de- lartment plans to subdivide it nto five-acre parcels. Subdivision procedures re- sulted in removal of some ences erected by the lessors with help of the department of highways. Two stray animals rom the grazing area were ailed on the highway with ve- u'cles damaged in both in- stances, and financial respon- sibility is in question by insur- ance companies. Regional District of East Kootenay administrator Frank Bertoia attended the meeting on request, but said the mat- ter was outside RDEK juris- diction. B.C. Beef Growers As- sociation and Central I, East Kootenay Farmers Institute will continue the investigation of responsibility. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell mark 65th anniversary BUKDETT Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Campbell of Burdett recently marked their 65th wedding anniversary with a family dinner in the Burdett Community Hall. Twenty-seven attended. Ektat Richard Campbell was master ot cere- monies. Seated at the head Ubte with their parents were four sons, Kenneth, Alvin, Wyman and Donald, all of Burdett. and a surplus tor school board MR. AND MRS. SHIMEK Couple marks golden wedding Alberta caravan COALDALE (HNS) The Alberta caravan exhibits will be stationed at the R. I. Baker School grouids from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, March 7 and from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, 1 p.m. to p.m. and to p.m. Mon; day, March 8 and Tuesday, March 9. Admission is free and everyone is welcome. The Alberta Caravan exhibits Is operated by the Ace Foun- dation in Calgary. TURIN (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Lukas Shimek. formerly of Turin, celebrated, their gold- en wedding anniversary re- cently. In honor of the occasion, a supper was held for about 100 guests. Out of town guests were from Granum, Kipp, Bamwell, Coalhurst and Cres- ton, B.C. Mr. Shimek was born at K u c h i n a, Czechoslovakia in Shimek, the former Frances Zilavy, was born in Rohoznik, Czechoslovakia, in 1894. Mrs. 1901. Mr. Shimek for six years in the army during the First World War. Frances Zilavy and Lukas Shimek were married Jan. 31, 1921. They lived in Czecho- slovakia until 1928 when Mr. Shimek immigrated to Canada to seek a better way of life. Mrs. Shimek came, to Canada the following year. Mr. and Mrs. Shimek started farming in the Coaldate area in 1936. In 1938 they moved to Kipp. They came to the Turin district in 1946 where they farmed until their retirement in 1961. Mr. and Mrs. Shimek moved to Lethbridge where they now reside.- Mr. and Mrs. Shimek have two children, Mrs. Bill (Anne) StronsK and Steve Shimek both of Turin. They have nine grandchildren. TABER (HNS) In addition to setting aside contingency re- serves of Taber School Division chalked up a 1970 sur- plus of out of total rev- enue of Last year the surplus was out of revenue, of and there was no con- tingency reserve. The special reserves com- prised for demolition of the old Central school here, for retroactive salary increases, and for the purchase of teacherage prop- erty. With comparable figures for 1969 shown in parenthesis, the revenue fund for 1970 covers the following major areas: school foundation program fund school grants act 579) pension fund receipts from teachers supplementary requisitions text book rentals and other receipts and other revenue The year's expenditure led ger shows an increase from in 1969 to daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Morri- son of Lethbridge. Another daughter, Mrs. Esther Mc- Mahen of Woodburn, Ore., wai unable to attend. They have 15 grandchildren and nine great grandchildrto. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell homesteaded in the Burdett district in 1910. They are both, M, m Mr health and reside here. Many friends and neighbor! called at the "come and go" tea after the dinner. Eurdett Women's InstituU and United Church Women presented a bouquet of, flowers. Messages were received from government leaders. for 1970. Distribution of expenditures 138 tuitions rentals _ x-- Roundup of D tF t-. Gty clerk demoted by change CRANBROOK (Special- George M. Robertson, city clerk for the past 15 years, and prior to that city clerk in Fernie, has been notified by city council of termination March 12 of his employment in this post. The unanimous resolution of council, with Acting Mayor Donald Sherling presiding in the absence of Mayor Klink- hamer on holiday, named tha city's treasurer and new ad- ministrator, Bland Hoover his successor as acting city clerk. The resolution continued that Mr. Robertson had the option of continuing as assistant city clerk at the same rate of re- muneration if he so chose. Welfare check at Sparwood NATAL (HNS) A letter re- ceived by council recently from the Voluntary Association of Health and Welfare, brought forth a discussion on welfare and a check into its effect on the District of Sparwood. The check revealed that if the next census, is lo be taken in July and becomes ef- fective in 1972, shows a popula- tion of between 3.510 anrt there is a possibility that the District of Sparwocd may have to pay into welfare in 1972. Council then fore decided thtt it would be beneficial to subscribe to the Voluntary As- sociation of Health and Wel- fare to keep abreast of infor- mation. Attends parley COALDALE (HNS) Len Scheibner, emergency meas- ures co ordinatpr here, at- tended the Alberta EMO con- ference at Calgary recently. Speakers were C. R. Patter- son, national co ordmator, ci- vil emergency measures, Ot- tawa; Hon. Edgar Gerhart, minister in charge of Alberta emergency measures and con- ference chairman E. Tyler, deputy co ordinator, Alberta emergency measures. Meets Monday COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Arts and Crafts will meet at the home of Mrs. Es- ther Corey, 1308 21st Ave., at p.m. Monday, Feb. 22. Upcoming projects will be planned. Lacrosse set TABER (HNS) Use of the hockey arena during the no-ice season has been approved fo the Southern Alberta lacrosse League at a rental of 25 per cent of gate receipts. The Alberta junior league will comprise teams from EC monton, Calgary, Red Dee and Lethbridge in addition t Taber whose team comprise local university students. The local players hav agreed to provide leadershi training in the newly-intc- duced and popular game. Approval was also given b the recreation board for broomball game March 20 t benefit the local Easter Sea campaign, sponsored by th Kiwanis Club. The local Palac Pats (Taber juveniles) wil meet the Calgary Stampeder in this fund-raising event. Correction axes are levied. With an assessment of the to- al liability the Town of laresholm could incur would e The town therefore xceeded its borrowing limit uthorized under section 314 of le municipal government act y the sum of Ladies night NOBLEFORD The Nobleford Masonic Lodge sponsored its annual Ladies Night recently. Among the head table guests were District )eputy W. H. Richardson and Mrs. Richardson of Vulcam A dance followed in the Royal Canadian Legion Hall. In hospital NOBLEFORD W. F. Cross, ex-postmaster and long-time resident of No- >leford, is a patient in the Pic ;ure Sutle Municipal Hospital Visitors are permitted. Shower held NATAL (HNS) A raised laneous shower was held in St Michael's Hall here recently in honor of Miss. Betty Ann Jar ina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joe Jarina of Sparwood. The bride-to-be was escorte( by her younger sister, Mis Barbara Jarina of Sparwooc who later assisted with th gifts, and Miss Colleen Bail of Elk Valley. The evening was spent with guests playing games of whist and bingo. Whist winners were Mrs. 'rancis Kundrak, first; Mrs. jithony Cerny, second and Mrs. ean Mitchell, third. Mrs. A. Feragotti, Mrs. John Templin and Miss Vera Martin were bingo winners. The lucky cup winner was Mrs. A. Pan. The guest book was looked after by Miss. Joan Fontana of Sparwood. The evening concluded with a unch served by hostesses. Present program WRENTHAM (HNS) Members of the Wrentham Community Church preentec a program of religious music and readings at the Clearview Lodge in Taber recently. Members of the junior choir were Ross Owen, Randy Gor- rill, Stirling Whitrow, Susan and Nancy Tudor, Connie Rudd and Connie, Myrna and Laurie Renfrow. Accompanists were Flo Whitrow and Chester Greeno with prayers being led by Rev Ralph Whitrow. Use centre free TABER (HNS) The loca community centre auditorium will be used free of charge bj the Red Cross, Boy Scouts, Ta ber and District Music Festi val and Royal Canadian Air Cadets for upcoming events. Spring and fall transfusion Senior citizens' home proposed for Crowsnest CLARESHOLM Mayor Ernie Patterson said 18 mills for repayment of debt are al- ready in effect and not sug- gested for an additional levy. Municipal i n s p e c t o r's re- marks, as reported in The Her- I aid Wednesday, were reported I incorrectly, for which The Her- ald apologizes. The Herald regret's the cor- respondent's error. Mayor Patterson, quoting a letter from municipal inspec- tor J. D. Middlemass, sairl: "The town has a liability o! which has been incur- red under section 314 of the i m ti n i c i p a 1 government act. Subsection 4 of section 311 states that the aggregate of all liabilities incurred under the section shall nut at any time exceed the equivalent of 13 mills on the total assessment of tho municipality upon which BELLEVUE (CNP Btreau) Senior citizens 60 years of age and over in the Crowsnest Pass will be contacted within the next month to get their views on a senior citizens home for the Crowsnest Pass. At a meeting attended by more than 20 interested per- sons in Bellevue, a survey sheet was prepared and is to be taken to the homes of se- nior citizens by volunteers who will fill out the sheets. Prior lo distribution of the survey, a one evening work- shop is being planned so that the canvassers will be fam- iliarized with answers to ques- tions they may have to answer. An information sheet of ques- tions and answers pertaining to a senior citizens home is also to be prepared for distribution. Committees formed to or- ganize the canvass in each town includes with first named chairman Stephen Penny man; Flora Mickels, Mrs. Degroot, Mrs. A. Kletke an Vern Decoux Blairmore; Mr Dianne Vander Kley an Gladys Wyatt of Frank; Robson, Ethelwyn Padgett an Ada Christie of Bellevue; Ma tin Baniak of Maple Leaf an Bob Elliott and Irene McNe of Hillcrest. Chairman of the meetin was Charles' Gale and seer tary Vern Decoux. rvice clinics were approved. Flatlands District, Boy outs of Canada, was granted e of the hall for a Sunday cumenical service from 2 to 4 m. Feb. 28. The music festival was al- wed use of three rooms dur- g the March 17 through 19 usic festival at a nominal large of per day per room, ic regular rental will be barged for the Friday evening oncert since admissions are larged at the door. Air cadets were granted use f the hall for parades on (except the first today of each month) for rill exercises from to 45 p.m., but will be pre- mpted if the hall is required. Baseball parley NOBLEFORD Jankunis, Charles jogren and Gordon Luchia ravelled to Picture Butte ecently to represent Nobleford and area at a meeting of the orth county region in regard o 1971 Little League and Babe Ruth League Baseball. Seek caretaker RAYMOND (HNS) The Raymond Golf Club is seeking a caretaker to commence vork April 1. The new presi- dent is Joseph McLean; 1st v i c e-president, Gary Wood; 2nd vice-president, Gary Chris- ensen and J. L. Evans is sec- retary-treasurer. Applications for caretaker must be in the hands of the secretary by March 15. A golf schoolwill be Intro- duced early in the season to instructions on golf cour- ;esy and initial steps in golf. It was felt too many young children used the course last summer for a playground. Coleman changes its mind COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) A delegation of more than 15 women and two men Coleman council with a peti- tion requesting that the town of Coleman reconsider its de- cision to drop out of the Pincn- er Creek Crowsnest Pass Pre- ventive Social Service" Pro- for the delega- tion was Mrs. MilW Zak and Mrs. Molly Strickland. The pe- tition was signed by more than 190 ratepayers and 165 other in- terested persons. Following some discussion on the matter, council agreed to resume its puiicipationjin the Preventive Social Service was: administration i n s t r u c tional sal- aries in- structional aids 105) tuition agree-nents plant operation and m a i n t e nance debt charges contribution to capi- tal transporta- tion costs and contingency reserves A statement of allowances to trustees shows a total of 300 for the seven trustees for the year, including for attendance at meetings, for mileage' allowances, for attendance at meetings, and for administration and supervisory work. By trustees, the expenses were: Mrs. Dorothy Dick 370, Allen Wolfer Heber Anderson Thomas J. Parkinson, George Gillespie Ray B. Evan- son and Marvin H. Tor- rie (and Walter Penner) The financial reports will be reviewed and discussed at an- nual meetings scheduled for March 16 at Vauxhall and March 17 at Taber. Beta Sigma Phi chapter founded WARNER (HNS) Alpha Epsilon 2810, a chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, has been formed in Program. representative outside chapter is the Warner. The Taber sponsoring club. The 1971 executive includes president, Mrs. Barbara Ann Elliott; vice president Mrs. Pheona Sloboda; corresponding secretary treasurer, Mrs. Di- ana Metzger; recording secre- tary, Mrs. Kathy Clayton; ex- change officer, Mrs. Gladys Raymond Stampede has profit RAYMOND (HNS) Raymond Stampede and Meet showed a profit of 315 for the one day show July 1, 1970. When the total ex- penses for the year were bal- anced out there was a net def- icit of The deficit wag brought about from the ex- penses of rebuilding the arena and chutes where was spent for general improve- ments. The capital expenditure for improvements came out of a surplus fund built up over a number of years by the elect- ed stampede committee. The full financial report wu presented at the annual meet- ing held in the town hall for all interested people. New offi- cers were elected to carry out the business and to produca the annual and Race meet July 1, 1971. Grant Hall was re-elected president for his third term. Other members of the execu- tive are vice-president Brent Jensen; William L. Nalder, Secretary, Ray Depew, stam- pede manager and John L. Evans, entry clerk. The board of directors Lawrence Babb. Duke Helger- son, C. Coppieters Jr. and Alan Heggie. Leonard D. Watson was re- ited treasurerby the slate of officers named for the new year. Woitte; and director, Mrs. Mueller. Vi Church revenue shows increase PINCHER CREEK (Special) At the recent annual meet- ing of St. John's Anglican Church an increase hi revenue was heralded. This was brought about by an increase in envelopes and open collec- LOOKS AT CAMPUS Barbara Steed of Raymond was among more than 150 high school seniors who spent a recent weekend at Utah State University ac- quainting themselves with the Logan campus, meeting faculty members and taking com pctitive examinations. Miss Steed won honors at Raymond for poelry and was recognized for leader- chip. tions, and revenue Parish hall. from the St. John's officers for 1971 are: Mr. Hugh Lancaster, Peo- ple's Warden; Mr. Reg Beere, Rector's Warden; Vestry com- mittee, C. Colpman, C. Climie, G. Faoro, B. Hardy. S. Ham- mond, E. Peters, K. Phillips, Mrs. Gwen Baxter, Mrs. Alice Dalman, Mrs. Salina Hewitt, Mrs. Alison Day, and Mrs. Wima Lancaster who is also treasurer; Synod delegates. Mr. and Mrs. H. Lancaster and Mr. C. Colpman; alternate delegates, Mr. B. Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. M. Baxter. Two teachers may be hired TABER (HNS) Taber school division No. 6 staff might be increased by two teachers if opportunity classes are conducted in the 1971-72 school year. The board resolved there would be few changes in staff numbers, though there may some shifts from school to school depending on enrol- ments. Special opportunity edu- cation classes at Taber and Vauxhall were approved, conditioned on a registration of 10 students, for commence- ment next Sept. 1. The superin- tendents were authorized to have candidates evaluated by the Alberta Guidance Clinic, Lethbridge, to establish students and psbility of Bujucuio mi" earning of special grants of 000 per room from the provin- cial government. More district on page 9 BOWNS TO SPEAK FRANK (CNP Bureau) A meeting to form a Crowsnest Pass Chamber of Commerce and elect officers will be held at 8 p.m. on Feb. 23 at the Turtle Mountain Playgrounds. Speaker will be Wilt Bowns, manager of the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce. All in- terested persons in the Crows- nest Pass region are invited to itttirmiiii DicfjntMi i Syilvin Dcklyn of Cole-1 attend this general meeting. WEIGHT WATCH" Meets: Tuesdays p.m. and p.m. Wednesdays p.m. EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Trusl only the original Weiaht Watchers (TM) to walcn your weight Hundreds of thousands have done it You can, tool REGISTRATION MEETINGS MEN WOMEN TEENAGERS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CAU 328-5832 COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Icthkidcjc Herald Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHAU MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. 239 STIRLING RUTH ZAUGG General Delivery TABER ROSS TYREU'S IAKE MRS. MARY HAMUNO WARNER MRS. PEARL LIEBELT GIBE 2137 P.O. 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