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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 4, 1970 THf lETHBRIDGt HERALD 3 Playoffs Set For Summer Game By MILDRED IIARKEK Herald News Service MAGRATH Oardston MD playoffs for the Pincher Creek Slimmer Games will involve hundreds cf competitors 10 years of age and older. The idea behind 1'he summer games Is participation, not win- ning. Young and old athletes are invited to participate in the ev- ents cf their choice ill July and August. Winners from the local ev- ents will advawe to Pincher Creek Summer Games to com- pete against nine ether counties and municipalities Aug. 9 to 14. Regional finals in Uie MD are scheduled as follows: Equestrian meet at Card- stai, Saturday, July 11, Don aid Maxine Hanson. Small bore sheet 22-calibre, Card-steal, Saturday, July 11, Tom Cardwell. Competitive swimming and diving, Oardston, Satoda July 18, Elaine Bunnage. Archery finals at Magratl Saturday, July 25, Hans Joan Mcihe. Slow pitch Softball fina Cardston, Saturday, July Lcuis Secreton. Trap school finals Oardstc Saturday, Aug. 1, Grmiinger. Del Boiiit Saturday, July 25, Tom Car well. Contact local oammunity re reation directors on how to jo your local ciubs. These dire tors are: Welling, Vem Peterson; M graith, Dave Lowry; Sprin Coulee, Steve Kiinimoto; D Bonita, Terry Helgeson; Car ston, LeKoy Walker; Hil spring, Mark Merrill; Gle wood, Vera Quinton; Mountai View, Broyce Jacobs; Leavil Lervae CaJioon; Aetna, Bi Richards. C. S. MATKIN Matkin To Attend Jamboree MAGRATH (HNS) C. S. Matkin of Magrath has been chosen one of two Albertans to attend the Northern Boy Scout Jamboree at Fort Churchill, Man., July 9 to 18. This jamboree includes boys from all across northern Can- ada including Eskimo and In- dian troops. The other Albertan chosen is scouter Harry Holloway of Ed- monton, a retired scout execu- tive. These two men have been vi- tally interested in scouting in the Northwest Territories. Mr. Matkin was in charge of scouting there for four years and has made six trips as far north as the Arctic Ocean in the interests of the Boy Scouts. Raymond Parade Winners RAYMOND (HNS) Th recent holiday parade move off as a high wind blew acrps the parade route claimin much of the beauty of the en tries. There were beautifully-dee orated floats; decorated cars bikes and trikes; cowboys an cowgirls mounted on fin horses; glamor horses an riders; novelties; vintage cars cloxyns; walking and mounte sections all led by smar bands, one of which came fron Barnwell. Mayors of southern Albert centres were seen riding cars. Raymond and Warner coun ty pioneers were special fea tures. MLA Alvin Bullock rode in carriage. Adding to the color of th day was the Lethbridge Shrin Club-Desert Corps. First prize for the best dec orated float went to the Taylo Stake MIA; Third Ward Pri mary pirate ship filled with lit He pirates was second and th Buddhist Church came third. Decorated cars: First, Goa For Tops; Fourth Ward Pri mary; Miladies Literary So ciety. Commercial floats: Count; of Warner; Raymond Mercan tile; Milo Vance. Commercial decorated cars Jubilee Motors; Hancock Agen cies; Alberta Wheat Pool. Cowboy: Andy Lund; Rot Bullock. Cowgirl: G. LaRose. In the mounted section the Tennessee walking horses from Letlibridge delighted specta tors. Heber Perrett rode his train ed horse without using reins, Mr. Perrett guided his horse with only a touch from a buggy whip. It hardly touched the in- telligent animal as he passed along the parade route. DEMOLITION SALVAGE FOR SALE! Apply at the Old Junior High School in Cardston Monday through Friday 8 o.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday till noon R. HEINEN SONS COUNTRY NEWS These Are Herald Correspondents In Your Area NATAl, B.C. PAUL CHAU P.O.Box 287 LOMOND Mrs. Leonard Chase Genearl Delivery CARDSTON Mrs. Catherine Hull GencralDelivery COWLEY Clarence Weekes P.O. Box 7 5TAVEIY MRS. JOYCE NOWICKI General Delivery CRANBROOK RON POWBU The Courier Contact these peopU for your Dittrlct Newi or Claiiified Adv.r.liina ALBESTA GAS TRUNK PREPARES TO LOOP ITS MAIN LINE This 42-inch pips, stacked at Cowley for Alberta Gas Trunk, will be used to loop the main line to increase capacity substantially. This particular section will be 13 miles in length and about 30 feet from the main east- west line to the B.C. border. It's a 3Vi million job scheduled to start early in August with completion Nov. 1. At the same time three other loops will be built. The additional pipeline loops will total 75 miles. The lines are shut down 1o make connections at each end of loop, said Howard Hushion, vice-president of engineering for the firm. J. C. Mahaffy of Calgary is president of Alberta Gas Trunk. The line originates at Gold Creek, near Grande Prairie, and moves natural gas to the California market. The girl is Joan Rouleau of Pincher Creek. She is exactly five foot tall. Chanfield In Gallop By DELIA B. WOOLF Herald News Service RAYMOND The racing program lias long been a r.ajcr portion cf the Raymond July 1 celebration with the Businessmen's Derby the big cf the day. The mile run for the Busi- nessmen's purse, Meeks Me- norial Trcphy and the cooler ilanket donated by Alan and Icr.ald Heggie all went to Jhanfield from the Magrath teeing Stables owned by Mah- on end Evelyn Bourne. Elige Bourne was the jockey of the day. He rode the winning horse n ail four major races of the day. Flume, from the Magrath Eiables, took both the and races to take home two trO' phies from Nilsscn Farms Ltd. The L. G. Markham trophy for the ?i mile run wait to Esprit owned by Max Gibb of Lethbridge with Bauroie "up." Hurricanes Win NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Soft- ball leagues for youngsters of the community ended with the Hurricanes taking top place in the high school boys' league and the Stingrays winning the trophy in the high school girls' league. There were seven chario race teams running for th C. E. French Livestock Ltt Trophy: Art Hcpp and1 Bob 0 sen teams, Sc-andia; Stave] Hotel, Stavely; Bill We ston Lsthbridge; Bert Still, Raj mond; and the two Carl Salm en teams, Lethbridge. The race was run in Hire heals with the fastest tim made by the Hopp team. Sec ond place went to the Stavel Hotel; third, Olsen. Each race was run for a tro phy and purse of money. Th track was in first class ccndi tion. There were 28 horses on the track during the after licon. An exhibition race wind HONOR MAYOR Coaldale councillor Ron Low, right, presents an engraved sil- ver tray to Mayor R. D. Johnstone and Mrs. Johnstone in appreciation' of his two years' service to the town. Rev. Johnstone leaves soon for Kindersley, Sask., for a new post with the United Church of Canada. Tymbursk! Photo We Need Problem-Solvers Jke Mayor Johnstone' COALDALE (HNS) A fare- well banquet was held here re- ently in honor of Mayor R. D ohnstone and Mrs. Johnstone. They will be leaving for Kin- ersley, Sask., where Rev ohnstone will serve as minis- er for the United Church there t is planned to establish a co- wrative parish in that area milar to the Chinook Co-oper- tive Parish set up here. Bidding farewell to the ma- or and Mrs. Johnstone were lembers of council, their ives, town employees and in- ited guests. Chairman for the occasion as Councillor Eon Low. Taber Warner MLA Doug, as Miller addressed the galh- ring briefly recalling his ac- uaintance and favorable opin- n of Mayor Johnstone. Mr. iller said: "I got to know, the ayor quite well. I admire him r his public and progressive indedness. We need thinkers, e need problem solvers like ayor 'Johnstone. He would sit own and talk to make langes, solve problems." In making a contribution. Mi', iller stated, constructive crit- ism is in order. :We all should think about lings in this world, pray about em." Mayor Johnstone wanted to nprove conditions, Mr. Miller aid. He wished both Mr. and rs. Johnstone happiness in eir new venture at Kinder- ey, Sask. Councillor Low remembered e nomination and term of ser- ce. He said being a mayor has drawbacks but also pleas- t times. But through it all he mayor kept his Councillor Low. on behalf of e entire council, said working til Mayor Johnstone had been real team effort. Mayor Johnstone said it was tremendous experience to The mayor said: "It taught me a lesson I recommend to every person in the commun- ity. Seek some term of office. You owe this to your commu- nity. It will help you have a better understanding." Anyone who wants to be a success should not act like a "knocking Mayor John- stone challeged, "then you are not working at your potential best. Don't knock, take your share of the load." NIGHT MAYOR It was noted by Hie mayor that a recent quip made by one of the councillors was "Are you a Day Mayor or Night Ma- The reason the councillor had posed this question was because during the time as mayor he could be seen tending to town business as early as 6 a.m. and through the day and as late as after 2 in the morning in one of the many council and com- mittee meetings. Call Tenders For Library Sub trades CRANBROOK (Special) Tenders for the square foot Cranbrook Public Library building subtrades are being called this week by building co-ordinator Frank Basarab to close July 15. They include excavation am concrete on slab base, wir ing, plumbing and heating. The building will be framed in steel panels. Mr. Basarab has estimatec whole cost at Only half the planned build- ing floor space will be used by the public library staff and its members. City basic contribution 01 cash from city sale of the former chosen location on 14th Ave. at Baker St. has been supplemented by a budgel amend ment transferring an additional from ac- cumulated surplus. COMMUNITY AUCTION SALES ASSOCIATION ITD. REGULAR CATTLE SALE WEDNESDAY, JULY 8th-II a.m. PINCHER STATION SALES YARD On offer FAT and FEEDER CATTLE Plus GLENWOOD AND FOOTHIllS 4H CIUBS ACHIEVEMENT DAY SHOW AT 9 A.M. SALE AT I P.M. 38 4H CALVES CONSIGN YOUR CATTLE EARLY Sesrelory-Trensurer-ED GRQS5-627'226S Fieldman-OON FITZPATRICK-63JM08J AuUionim-WARREH C. No. 3 thrilled the crenrd TVSS the chariot race driven by Bob Heggie and Albert Heggie. Bob Heggie drove one of the three chariots in 1930 when the late Raymond Knight introduced the old Roman sport of chariot racing. Tlie oilier two drivers the first year were J. 0. Turner and 0. H. Snow. The teams were all owned by Knight and trained by the drivers. Drug Store NATAL, B.C. (HNS) At the last meeting of the advi- sory planning board Mr. and Mrs. Cook of Minton-Cook Pharmacy of Fernie, present- ly plans to establish a drug store in the central shopping area at Sparwood. The Cooks were concerned about the availability of suit- able space in the shopping cen- tre and asked if lots across from the shopping centre could bo made available if needed. Miss Fontana Honored NATAL, B.C. (HNS) A miscellaneous shower was held in St. Michael's Hall here re- cently to honor Miss Linda Fontana, daughter of Jlr. and Mrs. Louis Fontana of Spar- wood. The bride-to-be was escorted by her sister, Miss Gale Fon- tana of Sparwood, Miss Vicki Tustian, a cousin, of Cran- brook, and Miss Tina Letasy of Sparwood, who later assisted in opening the gifts. Guests played whist and bin- go. Whist winners were Mrs. Anne Mannion, Mrs. G w e n Menduk and Mrs. Molly Dorat- ty, while Mrs. Nell Michaluk, Mrs. Lillian Bossio of Fernie and Mrs. Pearl Perchinsky were bingo winners. Summer Recess COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Fish and Game As- sociation will net meet during July and August The next executive meeting will be held Aug. 18. The next general meeting will be held Sept. 1. The door prize went to Miss Wendy Latka ot Elk Valley. The guest book was attend- ed by Miss June Fontana, a cousin of the honored guest, also of Elk Valley. tSffiliJBSIIIM More District On Page 15 ARGO SHEET METAL FURNACE INSTALLATIONS SPECIALIZING IN OLDER HOMES PHONE 323-3022 SiimiSSlOH IT "me eovntiMMT OF m of Aisem JHSGCVMNMINT Of CANADA.WHIJf PAPfg of vital interest to all Alberta Taxpayers ORDER YOUR FREE COPY COMPLETE AND MAIL THIS COUPOJV Send to; PROVINCIAL TREASURER Room 305 Legislative Building Edmonton 6, Alberta Please send a complimentary copy of the Alberta Submission concerning the Federal Government's White Paper on Tax Reform name: address: city or town: MIDNIGHT DAYS 64th ANNUAL RODEO OF CHAMPIONS FORT MACLEOD Fri., Sat-, Sun. JULY 10-1M2 FRI. LITTLE ROYAL Market Cattle Competition SAT. Parade, Stock Car Racing, Rodeo SUN. Rodeo, Pony Chuekwagon Races ;