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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DEST IN HIS CLASS Randy Johnson shows the best pee woe calf at Ihe recent Foolhills 4-H Beef Club show and solo al Pincher Creek. Fir? fmrners resign, four from Foiemvsi K Monday, July 3, 1972 THE LElHBPIDGE HERAID 3 District Coaldale grows doings iby 26 houses f-.' FO I! 1C MOST 'Special) --iriwl Mr. and Airs. Gerald Ed- fni'rlv i'T school I hind accepted positions at (Irnli v.illi numerous the other res- small matte-; its recent irmalion is that of .1. Brenl Hall RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION Fred Maloff of Ihe Cowley Timber TroMs H Club shows his reserve grand champi3ir Ciarolais steer. Il was bougbl Icr ;i2 per Ivjndrcdwcighl and lipped Ihe scale al pounds. Ranchers Supply bcugr.l I. e Il was a highlighl of Ihe recenl Foolhills 4-H Eeef Club show and sale at Pincher Creek. Lunn Pholo. June meeting. The commit lee approved a or Senator Gprshaw High School, Bow fsland. The resignation as vice- p-incipal of Mrs. Wynne Evans How Island Elemenlary Kdiool was also accepted. The '''cniinillcc cxprrr-s'.'d i's anprc- ciiilion lor Ihe hard work and I'-n-upcralinn of Mrs. Evans, cent inniM'-s by school commit- w.hn will remain on the school tec. touchers, parenls, students s'fff as a Icrchcr. position and the mnisiers concerned. I of vice-principal at the school A recommendation from Ihe j will not be refilled. T h e committee approved a request from Ihe Manyberries recreation board for lennis was a p r n v c Additional' crairls lo be cnnslrnclcd on Ihe to be used in con- school grounds, junction v.ilh (he climbing ap- Aflcr a long discussion In pr-ralus now in use will he pur- which Ihe cominillce members chased. Two H'ls of Ihcir dissalisfaclion and bars will ai.'-'o bo imrchased for concern over the constant roof the- hir.h school. The (rial cost lockage, it was decided lo prop- 01 ll'oe ilems is expected to rrly repair Ihe leaky roofs at ho r-i.non. To re moil. Cor.qucrville and; An increase in UK' boarding Manyberries. allowance fur Grade 12 sin- Approval was given to the denl-s in Ihe Manybprries juris-: loan of facilities and equip- renuest from the County of 40- Mile lo give inr-'riiclimi on a vul- unlary i-iar-ip during noon hours or aflpr fcliool. Thi.i was lh" m ll-is matter in rc- p r i n c i oals' association, con- cerning the pu-chare of major physical education equipment, j osephine Murin Hereford is tons SL dicfion was approved. The new rate will be S3 per clay, in- creased from 52.50. The committee accepted, mill regrel, five teachers res- ignations, four of them from Foremost School: Airs. Jan Streifcl and Dillcnbcck arc retiring from teaching; ment lo the Summer Games committee at Bow Island. Two field trins were, ap- proved. The Grades 4 to 6 stu- dents at Burdett were given the go-a head to visit Lethbridge. and the Alanyberries Music 12 class will attend a concert in Medicine Hat. FAREWELL GIFT TO RETIRING LIBRARIAN Mrs. Kay Maier, librarian at Kale Andrews High School, Coaldale, for the past 11 years, was honored recenlly by Ihe student council prior to her relirement. Janice Bodira presenls her wilh a bouquet of flowers on behalf of 1he students. Pension sessions set Canada Pension Plan mana- ger J. C. Bouchard says R. F. Viney will he in attendance BLAIRMORE: Federal Build- ing, July n, 10 a.m. to p.m. PINCHCR CREEK: Town j council July 7, 9 r a.m. in r: mmii. I Anyom- (r> lake r rf li'j.s rervicc is cor-1 I dially invited to do so. Mr. Viney will answer queries on Hie Canada Pension Plan, Ihe Old Age Security and the Guaranteed Supple- ment. He will also provide assist- l.irvs lo who arc now 01 so'.'n h? qualified lor above-noted benefits. PINCHER CREEK (Special) Josephine was a proud and happy girl when she took grand championship honors with her Hereford steer at the combined achievement day of the Foothills, (Pincher Glenwood and Timber Trails, 4-H calf clubs. Cooks Construction bought her l.OUO pour.d calf at per hundred- weight. It brought Tiie Herald published Miss Murin's picture Wednesday, June 28. Fred Maloff of the Timber Trails Hub won reserve grand champion with his Charolais call which was bought by Ranchers Supply for 502 with a weight of pounds. It was held in Ihe Memorial Community Centre Arena with Ihe calves weighed at the Com- munity Auction Sales yard al Pincher Etalion. Judge for Ihe 90 entries was Glen Powlcsland of Del Bonita. Milo Barfuss was also in atten- dance. Awards at individual club level were: Foothills senior club, Joseph- ine Murin, champion; David Bruder, reserve. tender on hay crop rejected TABER (HNS) A lone ten- der of from Roy Renncr for the standing grass hay crop on some 300 acres of land has been rejected by town council. The bid included grazing in the fall after irrigating is com- pleted for Uie season. Mr. Renner will be allowed to resubmit his offer excluding Ihe grazing portion. In business concerning waste disposal, council received a re- port covering eight weeks of analysis of garbage dumped nlo flic land fill pits. The re- port showed loads from own and 457 from (he ilD. Council will now peck an au- dier.ce wilh the MD council to discuss cost sharing of Ihe dump operation which Mill in- clude consideration of covering garbpge by MD equipment pre- viously arranged. j The fire department report 1 .'or May Lie volunteer j brigade alicndcd two fires in i Ihe MD and one in- town. It made four ambulance calls lo (he ML) and three In lown. Council authorized for Pee wee seclion, Randy John- son, champion; Brenda Hoch- stc-in, reserve. Senior showmanship, first, Karen Jenkins, 2nd Donna Metzler; 3rd Cindy Jenkins. Grooming seniors, 1st Wendy- Jenkins; 2nd Karen 3rd Linda Lammers. In the pee wees of this club, the champion went lo Randy Johnson; Brenda Hochslein, re- serve. First in showmanship, Carma Leavitt; 2nd Debbie Hochstein. Grooming Carma Leavitt; Kenny Jolinson. Timber Trails Fred Maloff, champion; Rich- ard Hewitt, reserve. Showmanship, Mike Davis. He also had the highest rate of gain in the three clubs with 2.91 pounds por day. Second in showman ship was Roger Pisony. Grooming; Barry second, Brand PiEony. Pee wees. Peter Maloff, champion; Brian Bougerolle, reserve. Showmanship, Roy Dinger- ville, David Green. Grooming David Green, Keith Delinte. Glenwood Club Ricky Lowvy, champion; Steven re- serve. Showmanship, Steven Lea- vitt; secor.d, Marilyn Leavitt. Grooming, first, Steven Lea- vift; 2nd Bennie Layton. 52 attend Pylhiaii convention COALDALE (HNS) The district convention of the Py- thian Sisters was held in Coal- dale Community Hall recently. A total of 52 members at- tended from the Myrtle Tem- ple at Medicine Hat, Progress- ive Temple at Coleman and the local Sunset Temple. Deputy Grand Chief Airs. Les j Nolan presided. The address of welcome given by Mrs. Byron Rutf. Mrs. Helen Hopkins of the Progressive Temple replied to the welcome. During the busi- ness session the minutes of tor J971 cojjvention and reports from all temples were read. The winner of the efficiency contest were members of the Myrtle Temple. Airs. A. Dowdell and Airs. N. Larko received their 25 years of service pins. i Following the closing cere-' mony members of the three' temples attended a banquet j catered lo by the Coaldale United Church Women, Eva Greer group in the United Church HaU. i Best time? SPAIIWOOD (llNSi The Regional District of East Koo- tenay will ask the provincial government to conducl a pleb- iscite in areas of B.C. now using Mountain Time to deter- mine the Lime most people really want to follow. The plebiscite could be con- ducted in a limited area dur- ing the next provincial election, j Slow pitch MILK RIVER (HNS) Younger girls, under Lhe direc- tion of the local bank man- ager, formed llieir own slow pilch ball learn and look on all comers during Ihe season. Though not loo successful in (lie won-loEl statistics, they im- proved tremendously over Ihe reason and always a good account cf frames MILK RIVER Darrell El- Icvt, younger son of Mr. and Mrs Ray Ellert. will be leav- for Kocky Mountain House i where he will be employed by the Canadian Imperial Dank of Commerce beginning as a trainee. He is a recent grad- uate from Erie River High School. OK boundary PINCHER CREEK (Special) At the meeting of Ihe advi- sory board of St. Vincent's Hos- pital, approval was given lo boundary changes as suggested by the minister of health in the proposed new Pincher Creek j Hospital District. I When finally approved the new hospital district will in- clude all of the Pincher Creek MD, the TOWTI of Pincher Creek. Brooke! Indian Reserve and Ihe Village of Cowley. Attend Jamboree COITI'S (I1NS1 .lames son of Mr- and I r w i n Thicssen of Coulls, will be among the 25 Alberta Boy Scouts attending t h e New Brunswick Jamboree during July. Three leaders and 33 Scouls and Venturers from British Co- lumbia, Alberta and Saskatch- ewan will attend. The lieulenant governor of Xew Brunswick will olficially open the jamboree. Sight-seeing tours and a fish- ing expedition are planned. COALDALE (HNS) Deve1- opmenl in Ihe lown is hounding ahead. This year lo Ihe end of Alay applications for new homes and a duplex were issued. New subdivisions are await- ing final readings so housing development can proceed. One of these is the Krahn sub- division, formerly the J. .1 Lowen parcel of 41 acres. Henry Krahn has indicated he wishes to develop one-lhird of it this year, or 05 lots. A street closure bylaw has been passed which involved lo- cal homeowners, the town and the department of highwavs. Second and third were given at Ihe recent coun- cil mealing lo pave (he wsv fnr borrowing fnr waler avl EC-rvices. TV l-'-'i rn-''-i-.i-. T f.ii I t'-- 'n Ihe two in fivjriiv. p-i' The town office is i'1" signatures from the nori'--'Hc residents for the signing cf Ihe petition indicating thev ;irc willing to pay at lca.if per frontage fool for and sower rcrviccs. This would he levied for a 20-year debenture period. If the required two-thirds majority and at least one-half of the assessed value of I he land-owners are in favor the water and sewer project lo Ihe north could begin this year. Water and sewer lines to other areas where house con- struction is being done was ap- proved hy council. It was noted waler and sew- er and public works crews wiU he kepi busy with all the work planned. The budgets of these Iwo de- partments is also being strain- ed. The lown is in Ihe process of establishing a trailer site. It will be located on the ex- treme southwest corner of town. This, too, will have to be serviced. The individual trailer siles will be about 31 feet wide. Several acres of Ia_id were j purchased hy the town lor this purpose. The lown now oper- ates a trailer sile for eight units. At a previous meeting of council it was decided lo low- the monthly rental fee for lo S20 from 530. It in- r'vrlns water and sewer ser- decision was made debate pro and i-''i n of the licence fees HIM n inns! levy as directed provincial government. vf.'e FCT Ihe lower rental Ice v. as passed by majority, it rn! unanimous. In mosl iraiii'r owner's in 1972 i-v y, much for Ihe ren- n licence fees in lotal as are levied in tax- es. Ii felt hy council in the Irnilpr owners have not ihr.lcd ilicir share towards education and other operations expendi- tures. i The nwners nf Handley sub- division on the wesl side of lown will be advised by the [own what the water and sewer frontage per foot levy may be for 711 feel or 11 lots. The esti- mated amount given was per frontage foot. It would be amortized over a 20-year per- rlicaled to council he was In- iod. Mr. Lcs Hancllcy has In- lerc.slcd in developing the lots. Oldtimers meet Wednesday PICTLTE P.UTTi: Senior citizens of Picture Bulle and Shaugnessy areas are mviled to I a general meeting at the Pic- 1 hire Butle Library on Wednes- day, July 5, at 8 p.m. Topics lo be discussed will be the formation of a senior citi- zens' club and drop-in centre for year-round use. Future activities for the sum mer such as bus lours and card tournaments will also be dis- cussed. Coffee will be served. If anyone needs transporta- tion to Piclure Dulte, they may phone Debbie Alcllroy at the recreation office, Picture Butte, at 732-4774 and arrangements v. ill be made. I PRIVATELY OWNED The entire Norwegian mer- chanl fleet is privately owned in no way subsidized by Ihl 1 Norwegian government flood By NANCY MILES Special Correspondent CRANbROOK There was this little CO-year old ecumeni- cal church going down the road to escape the flood. No, Nosli was not the skipper. And the animals, two-by-two, couldn't he seen. It was bound lo a destina- tion three miles from its base, the charred community of Wal- do. Waldo was deliberately buni- od several weeks ago to clear niver bollom land for j Llbby pondacc, now rolling up- sliTam lo Canada. The lill'e church Flopped al Fayrcs Lake where ihe coinmu- niiy is on a rise above pondage high level. The level of (he water will be controlled uitcrnalionally. Originally Anglican, built in RETIRING HOME ECONOMICS TEACHER HONORED- Miss Emily Stringam, retiring teacher at Kale Andrews High School, Coaldalo, was honored recenlly by tho slu- donl council. Presenting her wilh a bouquel of flowers on behalf of sludenls is Mary Slamko. Miss Slingam has been the home economics loacher ol Coaldale for (he post nine years. additional soil tcsi: on (lie area j 1912 of lumber donaled by Ihe in soul n Tabcr assigned for Br.kor fmiily of Cranbrook, million-gallon raw water stor- age. Preliminary inspection has in- dicated the southwest corner of the area may be porous, requir- ing extra clay reinforcement. An offer from Ihe Royal Ca- nadian Legion, expressed by president Norman .1. Hall, for assislancc in rcnovnling Ccno- laph Park, was accepted. Lc- "ion members w il I supply trucks for hauling away I li'c honndry hedge In order'lo re- move secluded areas from ihe The work should proceed shortly. Council has nllollcd o the park Ihis year mainly or the installation of under- ground water system ollior work. However, the I-cgiou members will give the monu- ment a coal nf while- lo make il more acceptable for I lie Nov. 11 service. wilh Charles Tanner forcman- carpenler, it was dedicated in and served all comniu- nily church needs. j In recent years it mainly housed Sunday School, which il will continue lo do at Dayncs, ami it will also serve as com-1 munily hall al llaynos centring i a comniunily planned park. Waldo, ready (or inundation i any lime now, was queen of Ihe various small logging and saw- mill communities in Iho Soulh Counliy through which Iho Koo Icuay winds (o the United Stales, and also geographic ccrJro of sonic unsettled cx- proprialion d i s p u I c s among ranchers and rcsidcnls, and va- rious provincial departments. The "go-down-lhe-road" was accomplished wilhout incident, a r r a n g p. d hy Waldo-Bayncs Communily Club, and was done hy a commercial house-moving firm. REMEMBER MILE Exclusive Distribution For Soul LEONARD TIRE 1902 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 327-3580 ;