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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 26, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HEKAID - 9 Raymond agro directors to draft new constitution Tigers, Clippers, Panthers polish off floor hockey test FOREMOST (Special) -Foremost Community School wrapped up its first floor hockey season with Tigers, the Clip-psrs and Panthers taking championships. In the graded 2 to 4 boys division, Tigers and Elks finished on top, each with a record of five wins and four losses. In the semi-f i n a 1 playoffs, the Elks defeated the Bears 11-10 in overtime and Tigers needed two overtime periods to beat Lions 6-5. Tigers took the championship game 12-7. Elementary girls league Pandas lost to the second-place Clippers in the playoffs. The Clippers had beaten the Kittens 10-5 in the semi-final. Clippers then won 7-6. The boys league for grades 5 to 7 was a runaway for the Panthers whose league record was seven wins against one loss. The Pumas beat the Broncos 6-5 in the semi-final but were whipped 9-2 by the Panthers ia the final. FROM HUNGARY IRON SPRINGS (HNS) - Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. J. Bulva and Mr. and Mrs. M. Wieland included Mr and Mrs. J. Vasko of Budapest, Hungary, and Mrs. F. Vasko of Port Colbourne, Ont. They also visited with their sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Lengyel, Lethbridge. For the three sisters it marked the first family reunion in 44 years. SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL led of mending to do? A wadding toon? A yen to be creative? Rent and Sew with a gorgeeui KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simpsont-Sears. Telephone 328-9231 Or Drop In Al Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete Detail* Honored for long sugar factory service Three employees were honored by Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. recently for completing 40 years of service. Gold watches were presented by office workers as follows: Left to right: Mrs. Lillian Tarrant to Alberta Hague of Picture Butte; Mrs. Dora King to Richard S. O'Brien of Lethbridge and Mrs. Molly Hedley to Clifford D. West of Taber. Creston-Yaltk cultural progress Potters conduct classes NATAL (HNS) - The East K o o tenay Recreation Association has received a grant under the Local Initiatives Program to conduct an intensive crafts instruction program throughout the East Kootenay. Although approval was given just recently, two potters have begun conducting- classes in pottery in the Creston-Yahk area. Project co-ordinator John Thompson is working with instructors and local recreation commissions scheduling workshops, clinics, classes and special events for the coming four months. Other craftsmen will teach fabrics (weaving, batik, mac-rame, grapliics), tie-dyeing and leather work. Their schedule will allow each community to have each of the craftsmen for a period of several weeks. In this way, people will have opportunity to learn a number of craft skills. Association vice - president G. R. McClenaghan said that because indigenous crafts men arc not readily available, most communities in the East Kootenay find it almost impossible to offer cultural programs to their citizens. "Purpose of this project," he added, "is two-fold, to upgrade and train and enrich people interested in and capable of becoming instructors in a particular craft, and to offer a vocational skills to others interested." Mr. McClenaghan said that a high interest has been shown from groups such as senior citizens, h a n d i capped societies, housewives and teachers. The project must be concluded by May 31. Mr. McClenaghan said the association is considering a one-week residential course in late May to allow potential leaders to spend additional time to perfect their skills and teaching techniques. Cost to participants is nominal and covers some supplies and equipment rental. According to association president Mrs. Esther Riffel, the project could include short-term crafts workshops conducted by craftsmen who may be available only on a weekend or evening basis, Anyone with the skills and time who wishes to become associated with the project should contact the recreation office in either Fernie, Cranbrook or Creston. RAYMOND (HNS) - All town organizations were represented at a recent meeting at the Raymond town hall to name officers and directors for the newly - formed Raymond and District Agriculture Society. Executive officers: Dick Kin-sey, Andrew Grbavac, Bert Hall and Norma Pack, secretary-treasurer. Directors, from organizations of the town, to give each organized body a voice in the agriculture society: Allen Heg-gie, Raymond Stampede and Race Meet; Duke Helgerson, roping club; 4-H calf club, Roger Holt; 4-H horse club, Clifford Williams; literary club, Doris Court; Lions club, Wallace Wilde; Rotary club, Ralph Meldrum; United Church, Douglas Kamitomo. Family riding club, Del-sey Burkholder; firemen, Robert Holt; Raymond branch Canadian Legion, M. L. De-pew; Raymond and District Chamber of Commerce, Russell Court; recreation board, Brent Jensen. Directors and the executive will meet to draft bylaws and governing rules for the society. Members of the executive and Mayor Robert Graham were appointed to meet with Dr. Hugh Hornor, minister of agriculture, as soon as an ap- EMO parley NEW DAYTON (HNS) -Leif Trockstad spent three days at Calgary recently, attending an Emergency Measures Organization convention, on be-l half of the County of Warner. pointment can be made to deal with questions regarding the newly-organized society. FROM AUSTRALIA IRON SPRINGS (HNS) - Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. S. F. Larter included Mr. and Mrs. Dale Basztura. They have recently returned to south Alberta after spending three years in Australia. ExportA CANADA'S FINEST CIGARETTE WARNING: The Department of National Health and Welfare advises that danger to health increases with amount smoked. Warehouse and Office Space Required! -Preferably Close to Shopping Area 5000 to 7000 Square Feet Reply to Box 9, Lethbridge Herald i A 3 w 1 c u returns to FINANCING No Down Payment (On Approved Credit) No Payments Till May Saw '4 4 ill F^i \ hi i ^r*a fill ,1. & 1 1^ shop at 75 deg. 150 NEW and USED CARS and TRUCKS - ALL MAKES - ALL MODELS At ffl Eii tt> Hit Direct Line to Pavilion 327-0377 ;