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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta District News I In Brief TRANSFERRED FORT MACLEOD (Special) Hotte, United Grain Growers manager here, has been transferred to Vermillion where he will be district man- ager. Mr. and Mrs. Hotte have lived here for the past 18 months. He launched the new elevator, second largest in the province. FLY-IN SET FORT MACLEOD North American Aircraft Asso- ciation members will be guests of the local chamber July when they hold a fly-in from Seattle. Members participat- ing will be hosted at a barbe- cue; UPGRADE TOWN FORT MACLEOD Regarding unsightly dwellings within the town limits, the changer has been advised by town council that a bylaw is now in effect whereby offend- ers are to be notified and given 30 days to remedy the situa- tion. The chamber was asked to advise the town of particu- lar cases. LEARN TENNIS NOBLEFORD Tbirty-two people turned out for tennis instruction at the No- bleford tennis courts. The les- sons were given by the local tennis club and the Oldman River northern district recre- ation office. SHOWER HELD NOBLEFORD (Special) A shower for July bride-elect Anne Bakker was held in the basement of the Nobleford Uni- ted Church with 40 women present. She was assisted by her sisters Mrs. Tena" Drent, Alina and Wilma, in the open- ing of the gifts. PRESENT TROPHIES FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Fort Madeod 4-H Beef Club hosted donors of trophies HJRADAN 4.8 Rowable from Chemagro Gives you broad-spectrum insect control that helps you make money. Kills aphids, flea beetles, leafhoppers and Colorado potato beetles. One application gives fast knockdown and quick dean-up plus residual activity for long-lasting control When insects gang-up on your potato fields, can on the one insecticide that can take them all en- try itself: Chemagro FURADAN Your supplier has H now. Order now, and have RJRADAN on hand when you need rt. RESPONSEabWfjr to you antf nature CHEMAGRO LIMITED 77 City Centre Owe Mississaugua, Ontario and buyers at its annual ban- quet and awards night recent- ly. Club leaders Mel Foote and Alfred Vallieres were credited with having a successful year. Tom Story was master of cer- emonies. The sponsoring body is the Fort Macleod and Dis- trict Chamber of Commerce. GOLF TOURNEY NOBLEFORD (SpeciaD- The annual Keho Park Golf club tournament, for members only, is set for Sunday, July 22. OLDTIMERS' TRIP CLARESHOLM (Special) citizens from the Por- cupine Hills Lodge and the Wil- low Creek Claresholm Aux- iliary Hospital travelled by Ro- tary Bus to Barons recently when the Barons OORP held a program in the Legion hall there. FINAL STANDING NOBLEFORD The final standing in the North County Babe Ruth league is as follows: Champion, Nobleford, Picture Butte, Carmangay and Monarch. Champion is hosting the third place team in the semi-finals. HEADS HORSEMEN BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) Robert Morin of Bellevue has been elected president of the Turtle Mountain Riding Club. Officers: Vice pres- ident Bob Lacroix of Hillcrest; secretary Carole Haluck of Bellevue and directors Barry Eraser, Coleman, Ken Graf, Hillcrest, and John Haluck, Bellevue. INVITED TO DINE FORT MACLEOD (Special) Fort Macleod residents have been honored by receiving in- vitations to dine with Her Maj- esty tbe Queen and her bus- band tbe Duke of Edinburgh. Mayor and Mrs. George Buzurris will be luncheon guests of the City of Calgary when the royal couple is in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Buzunis will leave Fort Mac- leod before the official delega- tion in order to be present for tbe luncheon. They will join other Fort Macleod people for the Flare Square audience. SHOWER HELD MILK RIVER (HNS) A shower for Miss Debbie Swan- son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Swanson, was held recent- ly in tbe Roman Catholic Church basement here with a large attendance from Coutts. Marianne Trenker from Coutts entertained with some accor- dion numbers. Debbie gra- ciously thanked everyone and asked them to come to her wedding, open house and dance in Milk River July 7. NEW MANAGER MILK RIVER (HNS) The Sunland Theatre will open for business under new manage- ment July 13. The new owner- manager is Albert Klein. BEAUTIFY BACKS FORT MACLEOD Owners of businesses with backs to the Fort Museum will asked to make their store lacks attractive and have en- trances from the parking lot SPEAKER SET MILK RIVER (HNS) Phys- iotherapist Nielson will speak on his work at the September meeting of the Border Counties Hospital Auxiliary. BASEBALL SET PINCHER CREEK (HNS) A three team local league for juvenile, junior, and senior baseball players is under way here. The senior team was or- ganized by Gary Burns and the juvenile-junior teams by Hugh Waddle. Games are being play- ed at the MOC Ballpark. More senior players are required. This is a low organizational ball and does not require a high degree of skill or train- ing. The intention is to keep those 16 and older playing ball SHOWER HELD NOBLEFORD (Special) A shower for June bride-elect Cheryl Kooy was held in tbe basement of tbe Nobteford Christian Reformed Church with 85 women present. She Honor cafe owner Charlie Chew, New Dayton cafe proprietor, was honored by 25 residents recently on the occasion of his 75th birthday. Mr. Chew and his father, Leong Hoy, came to New Dayton more ihan 50 years ago. He was presented with o gift and thanked for "long and faithful service to the community. Jewellery store break-in brings 7-month jail term TABER (HNS) Itinerant sugar beet workers Ge orge Cardinal found himself in jail a short 12 hours after taking watches and other jewellery from a show window in Mere- ski Jewellers on 48th Ave. after having broken tbe window. Cardinal was apprehended at a.m. by a patrol consta- ble when he suddenly dis- appeared from tbe street. He was picked up in the store's re cessed entry while removing goods from fie display area. Appearing before provincial judge A. H. he pleaded guilty and he was sentenced to seven months in prison. Bus breaks dawn CARMANGAY (HNS) It took more than a broken down bus and wet weather to spoil the recent three-day holiday to Elkwater Park by 25 members of the Little Bow Community Club. The Champion Lions Court- ,esy. one carload of Little Bow Community Club members left Carmangay at o'clock on a recent morn- ing, bound for a holiday at Elkwater Park. All went well until they got a few miles past Burdett when something went wrong with the motor. Ken Miller, the passengers in his car, and bus driver Ken Volk turned around and went back to Carmangay to get the Carmangay Courtesy Bus. They had to take another car to take the overflow pas- sengers as the Carmangay bus is a smaller vehicle. After waiting in the broken down bus almost five hours, the passengers were reloaded into the Carmangay bus. They were followed by cars driven by Ken Miller and Adolph Shu- maker and proceeded on their way to Elkwater. After a rainfall everything was pretty well soaked up. The three university stu- dents, employed by the park for the summer, showed slides of the park. In the afternoon they accom- panied toe bus and cars on a tour of the park. Due to the wet gravel roads the group had to stay on the oiled roads but an interesting tour was en-' joyed. The group motored to Red- cliff and toured the pottery factory and in the afternoon they toured the glass factory at Medicine Hat. in was assisted with her gifts by her sister Dorcen. Special cho- ral music was presented by the Noble Central Junior High Choir under the direction of Miss lona Elder. More district 011 page 13 COALDALE (HNS) The Barons-Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: HAYS: Tuesday, July 10, the school from 1 to 3 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, July 10, in the Picture Butte High School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, July 10, in the health unit office in the administration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday, July 11, in the school from to p.m. VAUXHALL: Wednesday, July 11, in the school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, July 12, in tbe health unit of- 'ice (upstairs in the town of- Ice building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, July 12, in the health unit office in the administration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388 or Taber 223-3911. The medical officer of health urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against contagious disease and tooth decay. Information on venereal disease, a mounting health problem, is readily available. Headstart registration planned PINCHER CREEK (Special) for the 1973-74 Headstart and Pincber Oeek deirgsrten classes will be handled together by a repre- sentative from each organiza- tion. This is being done hi order ro provide the best possible pro- gram for each child in regard to age, abilities and personal preference of parents. If your child is four or fire years oW you can place a writ- ten registration now. Forms can be obtained from Sand Holland at 627-4276; Elaine Raczfea at 627-3062, and IV Preventive Social Service efface at 627-3925. Deadline for registration is Tuesday, July 31. Pincher hospital rebuilding set PINCHER CREEK (Special) Representatives of the Al- berta Hospital Services Com- mission visited the local hospi- tal and met with members of the advisory board for the pur- pose of discussing plans for new construction. It was agreed that it would be advisable to remove and re- place the west wing with new construction. The main east wing of tbe hospital will be renovated. An immediate priority for tbe carrying out of this work has been given. It will be necessary for the board to establish a joint plan- ning committee which would look into and make recom- mendations to the board for new facilities to be provided. It was generally agreed that the new facilities should, if possible, incorporate space to accommodate the local health unit, preventive social services and the department of health and social development. These agencies would re- main under the control of their own respective boards and would pay rent to the hospital for any space provided. Consideration would also be jiven to providing more facili- ties for out-patient and ambu- latory services, and also the formation of a home care pro- gram. As soon as definite board proposals were submitted to the Alberta Hospital Services Commission, the commission, when considering these, would then look into the matter of the number and type of beds to be provided. BUSY BEES IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Lethbridge Northern Busy Bees Girls Club met for an achieve- ment night recently in the Christian Reform Church here with nine guests, five- Batter- sea WI women, six mothers and 10 girls present. DID YOU KNOW That the MoMl now serving breakfast to guests only? Ask about our complimentary Breakfast 7th Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 329-0100 The Lethbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area CLARESHOIM PAUL ANDERSEN 235-3511 M. M. (SP) 295-3615 COAIDAIE MRS. PETER TYMBURSIC 3454921 COUTTS MRS. HENRY HACKS cowurr C A. WEEKES 628-3801 CRANBROOK, B.C. NANCY MIIES 426-3232 DEL BONITA G. E DAITON 653-21S1 Contact these people for your District or Classified Advertising News Livestock men step down Warren Cooper, auctioneer, left, and Ted Niekolls, cattle buyer, were honored at a barbecue and dance here recently on the eve of their retirement. Mr. Cooper has sold livestock for 50 years. Mr. Niekolls has shipped more animals from Ihe Pincher Creek yards than any other man. They received leather guest bookr. About 650 peo- ple attended. Thursday, July 5, 1973 TH! HIRAID 3 Summer Games trials set for Pincher PINCHER CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek trials, in preparation for the Southern Alberta Summer Games, will see the following: Equestrian events; July 8, at 10 a.m. at the agricultural grounds. Entries will be ac- cepted until the time of tbe event. Contact Ed Peters at 627-2235. Slow pitch finals: July 7, 9 a.m. Memorial Community Centre Ball Park, contact Al Laatch or Gordon Stuckey. Teams registered before June 24. Tennis finals: July 7, 9 a.m. at the tennis courts. Contact Jean Tink or Bernice Davidoff. Track and field finals: July 7, 9 a.m. Matthew Halton High School. Practices Tuesdays and Thursday 7 p.m. at the arena or MHHS. ROMANCE BLOOMS PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The Picture Butte Happy Old- timers' Club brought Jim Os- trup and Sylvia McKay togeth- er. They were married recent- ly at Lethbridge. Come visit us during the re-opening of our newer, much larger Horseman's Hall of Fame! The exciting, real-life story of West is portrayed in authentic, colourful dis- plays at our newer, much larger Horseman's Hall of Fame. Come and take time to absorb and experience the heritage and spirit that is the Canadian West's own. Numerous new exhibits have been added to the Hall, which further enhance its status as being one of the finest of its kind anywhere. Illustrated here are a few of those exhibits. Come see them in person. We know you'll have fun. 1 Buffalo herds, which once roamed the west in countless millions 2 Treaty No. 7. which was to become the most significant treaty ever signed with the Canadian Indians. 3 Now a collector's Hem. the famous Red River Cart once served a principal role in overland transportation. 4 The handgun section of the popular "Guns of the Golden West" display. 5 Famous cowboys, "Shooting the Breeze" in an original piece of Bam No. 6. 6 Colt Frontier single-action revolver, also known as the' Peacemaker.' CALGARY BREWING AND MALTING CO. LIMITED Home of Calgary Export Lager ;