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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta July 5, 1472 THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Loggers Band thrills parade-goers SPARWOOD (HNS) _ Crowds thronged I he parade route at Sparwood recently to watch what lias been described as the best parade In years. It featured the Loggers Band, a group of 95 high school elu- dcnts from Libby, Mont. The Taber Tolka Band anc Kimlxirley Pipe Band Ihrillcd hundreds here. The floats were all well decorated and in keep- ing w-ilh the theme chosen for Ihis year. All Nalions, P a r a d e Marshall Frank Mitchell, assisted by the July 1 committee and judges, got the parade off to a good start. The parade was headed by the RCMP and featured Doug Stewart, MP Okanagan-Koo- tenay; Mayor Ungaro and his wife; king and queen contes winners, Sfcen Anderson aw Brenda Schimpf: prince ant princess Gene Cimolini anc Brenda Downey; and the Queen of '69, Pal Whiting. Mayor Ungaro welcomed all present to take part in the three -day celebrations. Mr Stewart presented awards to the parade winners. Daylight time causes problems BRENDA SCHIMPF AND 5TEEN ANDERSON CRANBKOOK (Special) Regional District of East Koo- tenay, which proposed to its six municipalities they adopt Mountain Daylight Time, is sug- ;esting a plebiscite on the ques- :ion in areas affected in the next provincial election. HDEK is tlie single district ordered by the provincial government to remain on Pacific Daylight Time. The June RDEK board meet- ing agreed the public had not enough participation in the de- cision, though all six of its municipal council adopted the Mrs. Dawson honored at Coutts COUTTS (HNS) Th e Coutts Community honored Mrs. Loreen Dawson at a re- tirement and farewell party- held in the Coutts Civic Cen- tre. More than IdO triends and I married. former students signed the gift card. Having taught in the Ooutits Elementary school for 19 years, Mrs Dawson is retiring and leaving the community to be She has lived here for nearly 30 years. She began teacliing here in September, 1952, and has continued to teach here ex- cept for one year when she had a leave of absence. Her first schools were at Al- Deep holes mar main street BLAIRMORE fCNP Bureau) Motorists driving on High- way 3 through the Crowsnest Pass are urged to use caution when entering and driving through Blairmore as a chain of one-foot-deep holes have de- veloped along the entire length sidi Mark 25th anniversary NEW DAYTON (IINS) Mr. and Mrs. Enos Kaupp were honored on their 25th wedding anniversary by 90 friends and relatives. They attended mass then moved to the stadium for a cold supper and dance. The bride's table was centred with a wedding cake made and decorated by Mrs. Clara Kaupp. Mrs. Kaupp's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Reilhmeier of Stras- bourg. Bask., were in atten- dance. Mr. Kaupp's brothers. Cletus of New Dayton and Hay of Lethbridge, were on hand. Mr. Reilhmeier was best man when Frances Reithmeier and Enos Kaupp were married hi St. Edmund's Human Catholic Church at New Dayton, June 23, 1947, by Rev. John Duplanil. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw, Calgary, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCuaig, Stettler, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Luco and Brian, Pincher Creek, and Mrs. Louis Pittman and Clara, Nelson, B.C. of the main street. The area between the travel portion of Highway 3 and the lewalk in town was dug up last year when the town instal led new metal water mains along the main street. The dis- turbed portion was temporarily graded and allowed to settle over winter and it was expect' etl that action would be taken early this spring to repave the section. To date nothing has been done and motorists, cyclists and pedestrians are amazed and completely baffled at the deplorable state of the high- way. Gibb 'tribes' gather Aug. 7 TABER (HNS) The gath- ering of 16 "tribes" of English immigrant, (to tne United States 97 years John Lye Gibb, will take place at Wool- ford Provincial Park Monday, Aug. 7. Patriarch Gibb emigrated to Canada in 1898, settling at Ray- mond and Magrath. The family reunion, com- mencing at 11 a.m., will consist of dinner, entertainment and a business meeting. N. Eldon Tanner of Salt Lake City, Utah, will attend. bion Ridge, Altario and Jeffer- son. Mrs. Dawson was presented with an engraved silver tray from the Couils district. On be- half of the Coutls United Church Women, Mrs. Harvie presented her with a certificate and life membership pin in the UCW. Former students presented a musical program. Mrs. Dawson will be married to Wilfred P. Mason of Kimber- ley, B.C., July 7 in the United Church at Blairmore. Immedi- ate families will be present. board's recommendation. Now eveiything functions on MDT, except the railway which Is two hours earlier on year-round PST. The entire Rocky Mountain Trench north to Peace River, which includes two other re- gional districts, is affected by any provincial ruling. Custom- arily this eastern strip of the province has conformed with Pacific Daylight Time May through October, but October through April has left the clock alone, and renamed the time MST. Provincial assumption, if not law, is that the entire province is on Pacific Time and the eastern area would like an offi- cial ruling on the matter. COUTTS DAY QUEEN Karen Ostby, centre, recently was crowned Queen of Coulli Day and received the trophy she is holding. Other contestant ore, from left, Elizabeth Sheffield, Zara Tolley, Lana Lodermeier, Bonnie Thielen and Geraldin Whitesel. It wai sponsored by the Coutls junior high studenls' union. Hacke Photo. Textbook storage depot set for Taber TABER (HNS) A textbook storage depot is to be establish- ed in the Taber school division office in the administration building here. The recommendation was made by Dan-el Slauenwhite. Surplus school books scatter ed throughout the various schools, worth an estimated S16.WW, will be brought to the depot for distribution. The ordering of new books will insure that the number of surplus books will be kept to a minimum. The transfer of books will take place after the beginning of school in late August. Shelving is being provided by the division's building mainten- ance department. More district on Page 13 MRS. DAWSON Roundup of cTs Election held CRANBROOK The annual meeting of Cran- brook and District Recreation- al Projects Society elected Steve Balirey president, suc- ceeding Ron Powell, president since 1969. Mr. Powell is campaigning as a provincial Progressive Con- servative candidate and de- clined return as president. Rod Joyce is vice-president, Mrs. Hugh Cameron secretary and Mrs. Bernard Taylor trea- surer. In summarizing sociely accomplishmcnt Mr. Powell said its initial project, a year- round indoor-outdoor swim- ming complex at Balment Park was "outstandingly" successful. It cost to build. Win degrees COUTTS (IINS) Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Balog have received degrees from the University of Calgary. Mr. Balog received his bach- elor of science degree in chemi- cal engineerinj; and Mrs. Balog received a bachelor of arts degree in sociology. They will reside at Vcrmil- lion where Mrs. Balog will work with the department of health and welfare. Mr. Balog has been employ- ed by Murphy Oils at Lloyd- ininslcr. Shows surplus CRANBROOK Audiled cily financial statement now cireulalcd shows a s ii r p 111 s of on rev- enue of which in- cluded a transfer of accumu- lated surpluses of Rovcnuiyexpcndil lire budget nf was remarkably close to nclual revenue cxpcn- riiiiii'c. JYoperty and local improve- ments tax in 1971 returned for city purposes, and for schools. This com- pared with 1970's real property tax of and local im- provements Profession- al and business tax return rose from to General city tax rate rose from mills to 30.88 mills, and debenture rate to 7.56 from 5.56 mills, w'aile school and hos- pital rates dropped to 36.12 from 40.94 mills. To Melfort MILK RIVER (IINS) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hendrickson will be leaving for their new home at Melfort, Sask., where Mr. Hendrickson has accepted a position. Mr. Hendrickson was musi- cal instructor as well as con- ductor of the local high schon1 band, ft has performed so well under his leadership that it has won a number of high awards in its field and has thus been a great help in making the community known. He also was active in all mu- sical endeavors and very suc- cessfully directed the musical "Hello Dolly which enjoyed such popularity. Mrs. Hendrickson has been active in giving vocal instruc- tion to members of various mu- sical groups and individuals. She starred in the lead role of the Hello Dolly production. Top essayists GRANUM (HNS) Grant Dcurloo and Greg Wesley, stu- dents in the Granum Junior High School were recently awarded first prizes in the Farm Snfcly Essay contest in he Willow Creek South Divi- sion. (Irani rerrivcd Ihc award in tlie tirades 5 and (i section and Greg in the Grades 7 and 8 section. Both boys were presented with a pin and a plaque for the school. To Okotoks MILK RIVER (HNS) Ron Longo is leaving to take a posi- tion at Okotoks. Mr. Longo has been active with orchestral and choral groups here and has worked with junior bands. He has been proven very capable as an in- structor and conductor. Wins degree SPARWOOD (IINS) Linscy Anne Beech, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Beech of Sparvvood, graduated from the University of British Columbia this spring willr a bachelor of arts degree in psychology. She graduated wilh first class hon- ors. She will be reluming to (he UBC this fall to work on her master's degree in librarianship. She received her early edu- cation at Ihe Michel-Natal Elc- mcnlary School and was a graduate of the Sparwood Sec- ondary School. Top scouter TABER (HNS) Jo 1m W. Gray has been named presi- dent of the Flallands District, Boy Scouts of Canada. Mr. Gray succeeds Earl II. Ellingson as president. Diners clcclcd or rclaincd in office: vice-president D a r win Harmon, second vice-president Mrs. Lillian Martin, Vauxhall. secretary treasurer Richard M. Greenaway; and badge scc- rclnry Ross Gibb. Activity directors are Dave l.c Claire, finance: I'1. G. (Louie) Hcmlii, public rela- tions; and William S. Redd, Grassy Lake, expansion and growth. Regional executive Robert Jenkins spoke of ihe principles of scouting laid down by Lord Robert Stevenson Smythe Ba- den Powell 64 years ago. These arc1 just now being ac- cepted in the movement. The programs, he said, must meet the needs of the boys by in- volvement in projects of in- dividual choice, thus making a more responsive and respon- sible citizens of the youth. Attending the meeting as rep- rcsenfalive of the volunteer or- ganization was regional presi- dent Maurice Milchell of Lefh- bridgc. Shower held NATAL (HNS) A shower was held in St. Michael's Hall at Sparv.-ood recently in honor of Miss Sharon Holley, daugh- Icr of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hoi- ley of Sparwood. Miss Holley was escorted Into the ball by her cousin. Miss Dolores Gauthicr nf Sparwood, and her sisters Miss Donna Holley. also of Spnrwood, and Mrs. Carolyn Caldwcll of Fcr- nic. 'Splash-bash' PfNCHER CREEK (Special) An opening "splash and bash" was held recently for mcnilxT.s and prospective mem- bers of Ihe Pinc-hcr Creek Dol- phins Swiii: Club. Two hours of fun and games were enjoyed. A barbecue was held. Some of Die executive of the club assislcd: Mr. iind Mrs. A. Wilson, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. An- drow, Mr. and Mrs. G. Rohb, Mrs. A, Sluckoy and Mrs. K. Limn. PUBLIC NOTICE BLACK-OUT SALE On AH Black and White TVs "For A Period Of 36 Hours Only" Thursday and Friday 8 a.m. 9 pm., Saturday 8 a.m. 6 p.m. Black and White TVs will be sold at "Clear Out Prices" First Coitie First Served (NO PHONE ORDERS PLEASE) Cash and Carry or Monthly Payments No TV Dealers Please HSSfl Portables Cabinet Models Table Models 12" 19" 20" 23" All 1972 Stock RECONDITIONED SETS Wilh warranty F.OO EACH USED TVs As is DOORBUSTER SPECIAL 4 ONLY (1972) 20" PORTABLES 1.00 EACH ALL ORDERS MUST BE IN BY P.M. SATURDAY SMITH'S FOR (J 236 13th St. N. Lethbridge PHONE 328-6964 Gerard Ploliell Mike MisUlin Coniud Plclloll ;