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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta _______ Monday, January 22, 1973 THE LETHtRIDCE HERALD 3 Eugene Lee is regional planner in E. Kootenay By NASTY MILES Special Correspondent CRAXBROOK Eugene Lee, 23. has been named by Ihe Re- gional District of East Koo- tenay lo its senior execu- tive pest K regional planner. He succeeds Ak'red'MiUer. He held the post since its inception four years ago. j He has mapped electoral areas in the region, and pre- I pared and pilo'ed lo order-h ccuncil zoning byls-.v; for Elk i Valley. and Cranbrook en- virens. SLx more ol his zoning by- laws are no-.i- at final enact- ment siagc awaiting order-ui- His successor is a graduate in public admir.istratton from Tai- wan University, wiih masters ir. community and IO'ATI planning frDm the University of British Co'.umb'a. He and his v.ife have a small son. They ml! establish their home here prior to Feb. 1. v.-her. In? is ei'tc-ctue. Eleven applications v.'ere con- sidered. Directors for electoral areas covering ICitnbcriey school dis- trict to Ta Ta Creek, and from there to Athalrnere dropped out. and tirere ro nominations. fi the 197? board will appoint Provisional b'jdgct for 1973. covering its routine ore-aliens a.id services, bu: mostiy fo1- its. iunciion of responsibility for vs- retis Municipal Fir.ance Au- ;xjrif. debeniur-2 repavrr.ent. is. Mr. Ecrtoia says. Terry kite is Bronze Boy iii firsl Kooleiiays CRAXEROOK 'Special- Cranbrook Boxing Ciub's Terr-- White. 15. was named Bronze Gloves for eastern Brit- ish Coiumhia. Spokane Ec'.xi.-g CT.-o ihe team av.'ard in trie CranbroC'k s Frcicrr.ol Order of Easisi. sp-tr.s-t'r o: the- Cran- brook Bovine C 1 u b. also spon- sored the meet at Mount Baker School gymnasi- um. Winners and finalists Ln the six weight were: White over Eobbv Eaunh. Spokane, si 119 pounds D N'OEL EVI1T Snips ribbon Pincher Creek Mayor Juan Teron, right, and PincHer Creek MD Reeve Hilfon Pharis cut the ribbon to officially j open the new Fincher Creek end District Ccmrnunify Hall, i MLA Charles Drain and Bob Westrop, president of the Pin- cher Creek and District Agricultural Society, nlso partici- pated. Lunn Photo at Pincher Alberta Caravans seeks volunteers Junior achievers make key chains TABER 'HNS' JACO Plas- tics is a Tsber company engaged in tile manuiperure and marketing oi piasnc key chain holders, JACO is Taber's first junior achjevemfni cir-pany irith work sessions at the conmunity centre from 7 to 9 p.m. each Wednesday. An average attendance of 55 per cent of the 13 selected mem- bers is reported. Organized ivith ihe financial support of a number of busi- ness places and the provincial government, JACO commenced operations in the fa'.! with an objective oi 500 key cnain hold- ers. By mid-January. 509 holders have been produced If] sold by achievers at each. Each student rec-aives E salary. JACO off.eer? are Cecelia Williams, president: Pauline Williams- secretary: and Can- dice Mack, treasurer. Vice-presidents are Sylvia Maynard ir. charce of manufac- ture; Chery1. P'Cunha. sales: and Mary vrier.peri. perscrnd. Elaine Porter is the safety director. Supervisors are Cpl. 51. C. Marsh. Const. Wayne Morley, Vance T. Jensen and Mrs. Ber- nice Harper. One or tivo more supervisors are needed to work with the students. The boa-d of directors has the responsibility of providing ticihues. equipment, space, and supervisory personnel, lo main- Lain contacts u-ith the high school and to five recognition to the achievers. Funds ?9w ivere do- nated by a number of local busi- ness places and the provincial government. The organisation was set up by Lbe board severs! months of negotiations. Directors are Kenneth Pur- vis, president: James L. George, secretary: Edxvard H. Fonc" Donald V." Kilijack. Rob- ert F. Galvin. Roy How. Dr. Ross Campbell and William Ro- gan. Additional directo-s on a vol- unteer basis be iveiromed by the board. PINCHER CREEK 'Spedall Officers and members of Alexandra Rebekah Lodge recently witnessed Mrs. 51arie Jensen, district deputy pres- ident. Mrs. Barbara Nelson, deputy mars-sll. ?nd slaif of Claresholm. Margaret Biarkbum as noble irsnd. Alice Denise Lang. Hazel Truit. Chrissie KyDo. Mae Robinson. Mary Simpson. Evelyn Lutz. Agces Dumont, Myrtle Adsmson. Irene Hin- man. Elirsbeth Macleod. Gerfe Kettles. Shirley Shernko. and Edith were instal- led in various offices of the lodge. Planner take? hard look at Taber rodeo grounds TABtF. fHNS" Asscrciate p'-arjier Code Clements of the OInman Rerloral Piari- BL-.g gave three proposals for tite residential erea north of Avc. ard SOth St. inc'.uotng 44 acres w.v used as a rodeo grt'-.r.ds Prorosais ix- -Jrrertnr the rcac'.vay frotr. S'-th St. lo hits uew peak CRAXBROOK Special1 Forest Pistrtct scaie. cc-vcrtnc East West in 1P72. tallied extend f.4th Ave. !o the prwin- cial park road were discussed, additional feet of width is required either nonh of the seoJon or south of ihe present right-of-way. The fiirmer would relocation c! the power lir.e along Lie Council directed that ocim- costs of the rwo pro- re-sals he obtained. The planning commission ORBPC; will develop track and field facilities proposals for the play areas associated with the St. Patrick's and Dr. Kan> rr.an eleme-iary school, as re- by a joint plaroing committee comprising repreP sentatives from' to'.h schools and ifte recreation board. feet compared :i i.'-c rro-. .ous Decemix1- Big species Pocott-.b-rr to b-? at nearly 14 million cubic foot, hal- sarr.. lodge-role pire ".rcl next at r.to-e- thro, feur million cubic fee! e.-ch Legging pressure is row un- der way. rk-rlieulariy at high altitudes oi the Kc-ftvriays :Q. M'ard yarding or. backlog iin'pn.'or} by spr.-e flivmt Mareli 10 't-.vp rrii'.s and planers ib.ro'.uh !he f; of ihc promo. by throo. to ]i closure- for snow r.inoff logcinp is useless in the w ".i-.ir opor.nors .T.P.I at in- 1 to cover Ihe !o 10 reslricMnn. M.lli fi- tbc fin r i ''Tt '-e-i I 't.Vi officers remain at helm XOBLEFORD 'irxs> _ Uni- led Church Women heid tlieir January meetins; in ihe church basemem here." Memliers all agreed lha! otii- cers would keep their positions tor the coming year. They are: president. Mrs. Isabella Stolles; vice-president. Mrs. l.o's Harm; recording socvci.nry. Mrs. F.llcn Tciers. correspondir.c secro- tary and cards, Kdith Rorpcarrf: treasurer, Isi.iy Kricksen- supplies. Mrs ilc Boer, a TV! ri- locn Mrs. Martha Cnhoon also joined Ihe croup. A cii.'fec and b.ikr sale Mill be held Jan. :r nt 9 a.m. in the church lusemeni. A sil- ver collection will be passed The foster child will he kept for nnolhrr Ihn-r monllis. I'lpns for IV atipunl ivnu-.ikc f.nr.-r vl! K- m.iro :iv !i Mill bi> a; :'o h.'HH- of Mrs >lary do I'oor .1: 5 p m. Feb. 7. Graiit Nelson wius scat at Stirling STIRLING i HNS' Grant Nelson, a local farmer and cat- tleman, will fill [he position oi councilman for llie remaining two-year term. He nominated by ac- clamation to finish the term left by Ken Baker. Mr. Baker recently moved to the Raymond district Mr. Nelson is the youngest person to fiil this position since He was raise-d in Stirling and rece-ied his junior and se- nic- high school e-ducation here. He attended Brigham Young University, studyins aericuH lure, and is married with two cht'drer.. In o t h e r news. Tatem. cistrict home econom- ist, spoke at a recent meeting o' the LDS Church Relief So- ciety. Her topic was "menu planning a-.d how lo cut food costs." It included helpful hirts or, a proper diet. Miss fateni aiso higb.ly rec- ommended the Canadian Food Guide anri suggested it be use for a nutritious an economical diet. FOREMOST (Special' Tne middle of January may be a Itt- tie early 10 be planning your summer but that is what Bruce Nicoll of Foremost is doins. Mr. Ni.-nU. i Grade n sf- 'enl at the Forerncst Schcol, has Ken appojiica i? tn? pu-- licity coiiiTtiittee of trip L'r-jted Church of Canada's Caravan project. Alberta Caravars provides opportunities for yo-jng peop'e who have corapleted O.-sde 11 or attained the age of 17. Tney work with youth throughout Al- berta. While the project is sponsor- ed by the Albena Conference of the United Church, it is in- terdenominational in its out- i reach. The program organizers hope to attract more people of other denominations this >ear. In many projects undertaken a cross section of religious beliefs is encountered. The orgranirers are now seek- ing people who would be inter- ested in this venture for Full information is available ei- ther from Bruce Nicoll of Fore- most, from fellow committee member Jock Thompson o; Coaldale. or recruiting organi- zer Terry Welsh of 8203 ISE-ih St.. Edmonton. Alberta operEtes throughout the province during Juiy and Augiost. Volunteers are sought for periods of two weeks to two months. Proiecis undertalteJi by the young people include vacation scncois. drop-in centres, teie- and sur-.'eys and recreation programs, pro- ject development is under the aireetion of Loreen Grim cf Dapp. Alia. Accommodations. trsveHinr: and other necessarr expenses are paid by Alberta Caravans but ail other incidental ex- penses are borne by ihe select- ed caufidales. Tvro young people partici- pated in the project from raost last year. Bruce and Di- anne Huismsn. Mr. Kutsman said the pr-> ject was a wonderful expe- rience for hint. "It's great to meet new MO- pie and then work togc-ther or, sorne particular pro-blem His committee LS "ow active. ir preparing pubh'city rnaleriai for this year's carr.Daign. They are aiso Liieresied b meeur.g with people of faiVns that night have an inter- est in working iti the project this vear. Cardston mail heads group CARDSTOX Nosl Bit-, a native of Cs-dston has been appotr.'.ed the Director oi Hospital Stuciy Group F.I t'te Saskatoon University Hc is a crsd-jE'.e o' the Card- David Cran- ever Jeff Mc-jmayer. Bonners Ferry, a: pounds. Ftsr-rr. Troy. Mont over Ro- Swkaiie at Donahue, Spokane, over ?'Ir.ch Power. S-pokane, 7f> pound; Len Cranbrooit. over Bs-jch. Spoka.no, fa vyjnds. Creston. over Da-el Cote. Nelson, 60 rounds, a.-id Peter Biair. Crarirook, over Enc Sijskane at 50 pounds. Ir. the V'o classes Perr.- Primrose. Creston, beat his cousin Glen Pnmrose, Cres- ton. and Toary Damson, Bon- ners Ferry, Rozer Aicard, Cranhrt-tik. at poiiDds. This was ihe first Broms G'c.-. as ever held la the Koo- Lcgiou hoiiors Buler. A: a recent bzn- D.in Stflkar.r. o-'-r E'o- -ue- ana shards oerarnorry, FcrjiDclt. Troy. 95 DOUTOS. of- the Brian Latiring. over Pioysl Canadian Legion Dennis "Williams, Spokane, 9C> honored, pounds. Jack Buier of Bassano and Jim Rings. over Jim Ted Sarrun of Brwks are both Blair. Crsnb-ook. at 75 pounds. S'.'-year membsrs o; the Legion. D i e Yariroie. Troy, over Branch p-estdent is Bob Ac- Lea Ha'nn. Spokane. 30 r.-ounds. c'erson. gree ti'e nf A-- tTt EdrriT-itn-. V-? ob- ;.-.ired h-s n- Kusmesr- hsrri Uru'versity. Before his rew epr-iiitrnent. Ic- was s-econd anil Director of Pers-tnnei of No-th Centra1 Corrriarues. r- ins-irrance company i-. St. Paul. Mbnesota. Mr. Burt is married has bur children. Ice rodeo excites Scouts PIXCHET, CREEK Cub; ar.ti Scouts of the Is; Pincher Creek Group have busily engaged in practising for the ice roaco to be held si Tabe-r. Sunday. Feb. 17. s; i Two niarmed by Cubs, -.vill be en- tered. There vill be cr.e operated by Scouts. The boys hsve constniciea the wajons ;o specin- cations outlined in biue prints obtained from the Fiailand Distnct, organizer and host for ;he rodeo. Ice rorieo booster buttons are being Er.d these be tl-.e adm'ssion to ihe To date the fa's of buttons has been very good here. Mrs. Hunter honored by board TA3ER 'HNS- Five years a director of the Ta- ber General Hospital v.-e; re-c- oj-niTcd recently at a dinner in honor o; Mrs. Eena Hunter of Vauxhail on her retirement from the board. -Mrs. Hunter's resisistior! ivas riue to the trar.sfe- 'o' her hus- band B'ttce Hunter o: Oil Crr-rvary He is EoL-.c Laie. hall district ha; r.anifd bv council to cvm- plete terrr. of otftco Mrs. Ku-.tc-r served a; corr-trittees- most recentiv joint pienr.ir.c cor.r.uttee. "She was a tireless and her the of hr- Pass Words Cameron schoolliouse become umseiuii Dale Haiieniau chamber S t c t ct' :.t new r-est.-ier.t of the Crarbrivk Tv.verr.-. r r e s: c e r.'. Tlrr, Driver aecatne .Vo.-fn grid ick Parkc- vtce and Mrs. r.-.chard ni'.ler. trejsurc. director; sre E. Z. McDor.sM. I'rla .Van- v-. Wtv''-- P. sr: Tnree tional >r O.T Gy VERX DECOUX Crowfnest Pa.cs Bureau COLEMAN Tne Cole-ari Citizens Comrrdtlee for Tour- ism met the board of trustees of the Crov.-snest Consolidated school division recently to dis- cuss re-tiring the Cameron School in vest Coiemari for use as a rrusetitr. board looked wtLh fsvnr the request arid w i 1 further discuss the matter. Tnree parents were pres- ent and requested hour or si'.-je other sdtust- ment'L-j the nc-r-- hour lunch p-tricd at the Horace AJer. School. Rc-ro-ts by er.gi- on a of defi- ciencies a; the Consolidated High School and action is being later; to correct tile ptvhle.-r.. TTt-e ceftciencifis :n- ciude sorrje virj-.g problems. lack of heat and no heat in some "eas. Tiere is a iacl. of hurriic'ity ui school The transroratjon tee reported or a iis reactions to the Individual scrioo: staffs roinis of enquiry and concern during the re- cent botrc-staff meetings. of the major changes will thr ston the Fef.era1 "B'.iildir.g. Tne bus in future stop eld bars biiilnirc post cff.ce to :osd sn-i un'osd. hss buf.rcssrs. board fit t'-s meeting today, to complete Carman gay newcomers welcomed C A F. MANG AY 'HNS' Friends and neighbors gather- ed reoentjy to hold house- -.va-ming party for all new- Ntners to the Mrs. I_ydia Anderson moved the farm into Carmangay. Mr and Mrs. Glen Anderson and family moved into the bouse on the farm she had just Newiyveds 5'r. arid Mrs. Ronnie Svenes moved to ths far m aitf r his rurents moved to Lethbridcic M.-. '.M.-s. Man Erlsnd and ff.mily moved to the farm thev recently purchased from Mr" TL--.I Vrs. Lacro. 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