Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, July 1973 THI LtTHMIDO! HERALD Bounties meet with Indians July 15 Members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, now celebrating their centennial; will meet with Indians at Standoff July 15.f Above, Sgt. Dennis Minion of tfie Rineher Creek detachment and Charles G. Provost oF Brocket, a member of the Peigan band. RCMP members will journey to Standoff after a performance of their Musical Ride at Fort Macleod earlier that day. j Musical Ride July 15 FORT MACLEOD (Special) RCMP Musical Ride will be held here Sunday, July 15, and then the Mounties will travel to Standoff to parley with Blood and Peigan In- dians. The Fort Macleod Centennial Society is beading up the show. Gates to Midnight Stadium will open at 9 a.m. The Taber Marching Band will be on deck to entertain those waiting for the program to begin at 10. At 11 a.m. the dignitaries will arrive. Included are Lieut.-Gov. and Mrs. Grant MacEwan; Inspector and Mrs. J. P. Morrison; Commissioner and Mrs. W. L. Higgitt; As- sistant Commissioner and Mrs. V. M. Seppala; Inspector and Mrs. G. R. Gordon: Assistant Commissioner (retired) and Mrs. H. A. Maxted; Commis- sioner (retired) and Mrs., G. B. McClellan; Staff-Sgt and Mrs. E. J. Clark; Sgt. and Mrs. H. K. Coulter; Mayor and Mrs. George Buzunis; MP Ken Hurlburt and Mrs. Hurlburt; and MLA Leighton Buckwell. A civic reception will be held for dignitaries before their de- parture to Standoff where the RCMP members and officials are meeting with the native people. Miss Fettig showered with gifts GRASSY LAKE (HNS) Miss Sheila Fettig was the guest of honor at a recent bridal shower in the Assump- tion Parish hall. Seated at the head table was her -mother Mrs. Monica Fet- tig, the prospective groom's mother, Mrs. Madalene Gra- velle, Mrs. Sharon Howells and Mrs. Shirley Jensen, both sisters of the bride. Miss Fettig expressed her thanks. Friends and neighbors were hi attendance from the Grassy Lake area and Bow Island. ERECT SIGNS NOBLEFORD The erection of street signs was completed during May. Checking bikes Mrs. Ed Owen of the Coaldale Kinette Club checks bkydes at the recent rally held by the dub. Coaldale bike rally winners COALDALE (HNS) The annual bike rally, sponsored by the Coaldale Kinetics in co-op- eration with the Alberta Motor Association and the Coaldale Police Department, produced three Uiipliy winners. The final bike rally was the concluding event to four prac- tical sessions, lectures on bi- cycle safety and talks on rules of the road given to pupils from Grades 1 to 6. The Kinette trophy for Grades 1 and 2 was presented to Barbara Roester. Douglas Bergen placed second and Alli- son Perry was third. The Coaldale Police Depart- ment trophy for Grade 3 and 4 entrants was won by Kenny TsukisMma. Dylan Perry was second and Kevin Cox, third. The AMA trophy was pre- sented to Judy Boras. Terry Cox came in MBCOU! and Mane Panic was third. Douglas Bergen, Terry Cox and David Bergan were pre- sented with "cyclist of the week" certificates. exchange discussed at Cardston CARDSTON The Cardston 4-H District Council met re- cently in the Cardston MD Building to discuss exchange of a member from Nova Scotia. A family here will host a 17- year-old girl and a local girl will travel east. The council reorganizational meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Nov. 8 in the Cardston MD Building. Horse club camp will be held Aug. 2 to 4 at Pole Heaven. Seventeen people 'attended, including Mik> Barfuss, reg- ional 4-H supervisor. The return exchange to Barr- head leaves at a_m. July 16 from the MD Building and returns July 21 for members aged 12 to 21. iv. DISTRICT Airstrip grant awarded OTTAWA A grant of has been awarded for tiie construction of a gra- vel runway, taxiway and air- craft parking apron at Card- ston, Transport Minister Jean Marchand announced today. The project involves the construction of a gravel run- way feet-long by 75 feet wide. Funding is being pro- vided through the 1973-74 Community Airports Assist- ance Program of 'the Minis- try. Cardston is located 21 miles from the Canada-Unit- ed States border and is a gateway to Waterton Nation- al Park. Abortion slides seen by GRASSY LAKE The June meeting of the Grassy Lake CWL was held recently in the Assumption parish hall. Following a busjness meet- ing, Mrs. Steve (Violet) Ell, convener for Christian Family Life, showed slides on abor- tion. The commentary to accom- pany the slides had been com- piled- by Dr. Heather Morris, a member of Alliance for Life. The program was well-at- tended by members of the CWL. and invited guests. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Philip (Josephine) Ell and Mrs. John (Florence) Mate. District news REFUND MONEY FORT MACLEOD Dr. John Walker asked what is the fate of the remaining mon- ey set aside as the Garrison Park fund. The chamber, in conjunction with the Rotary and the Lions clubs, planned to make an ovr "it camp (round on the of the old MP Barracks, ihe govern- ment stopped work after roads had been graded and trees tlanted. The land is now a na- ional historic site. Money will be refunded to the three groups. SWISS CARE MILK RIVER (HNS) Bor- er Counties Hospital aux- Kary president Mrs. Straight introduced Mrs. Sbeppard, the new doctor's wife, who spoke m health care in Germany and witzerland. Convalescent are sponsored there by Catholic or Protestant church- she said, and young girls work in them for low wages. NOBLEFORD WINS NOBLEFORD (HNS) The Nobteford girls slow pitch team hosted Fort Macleod girls in a double-header here recently. The locals won both games 17-16 and 19-11. Tennis trophy John Davy of Nobleford shows the United Fanners of Alberto trophy he won in the annual Nobleford Table Tennis Club tourney. Karl Lang was second and Waiter Harm third. MUSICAL EVENING CARMANGAY (HNS) The Little Bow Community Club, with Miss Margaret Peden, recreation director, presented an entertaining musical eve- ning with local talent. Songs by the Johnson sisters, Nancy and Cindy, accompanied by Mrs. Lee Baldwin at the piano, were first on the program. PTSH TUCK CART MILK RIVER (HNS) The Border Counties Hospital Aux- iliary met recently with 12 present Volunteers were as- i signed to take the tuck cart for jJuhr and August. President Mrs. StreigM announced that Mrs. Belle Livingstone, active in promoting a senior citizens home for Milk River, has agreed to speak at the August meeting. ARSON CHARGE TABER (HNS) Gary Rob- ert Mitchell of Taber, charged with arson on June 21, was re- manded for preliminary hear- ing to July 23. He elected trial by judge. Mitchell is charged in connection with a fire in a residence on 53rd St. during the late evening of Juae 10 D'ARCY RICKARD phota. Shopping for native handicrafts Mrs. (Hertha) Thomas and her son Jurgen of Dusseldorf, Germany, look over Indian handicrafts at the Peigan Handicraft Shop at Brocket. After a shopping trip at Lethbridge uncovered only "made in Japan" handi- crafts, they, and Mr. Thomas, headed for the Peigan Indian Reserve to obtain the real thing. The Peigan store displays a wide variety of handicrafts, from animal skin rugs priced at about to this lamp with animal skull as a base. Pincher recreation bill lower than the average PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek parks and recreation department has conducted a survey of expendi- tures on recreation and com- munity services in communi- ies of Alberta of populations tetween and The towns chosen had sim- ar facilities such as arena, swim pools, libraries and parks. The source of the infor- mation was Prairie Annual, 972, Towns and Cities Edition. This source lists the financial statements of all Alberta, Sas- katchewan, and Manitoba mu- nicipalities. In 1972 Pincher Creek placed 10th out of 13 in the amount of expenditures and sixth out of 13 in revenues. In terms of averages this means Pincher Creek recrea- tion and community services cost approximately 1.5 mills of less than the average. Average expenditures were and average incomes were The average net cost (ex- penditure less revenue) was In 1972 Pincher Creek ex- penditures were and revenues were for a net cost of Just what does all this fig- uring mean? It indicates that Building permits value increases in Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) A total 96 building permits have teen issued in 1973 to June 22, le town office reports. Total construction value for rese is This is more ian double the same period last year and passes the total for 1972. Residential building value is about for the permits issued, while commercial is about Institutional b for the same general services the costs of recreation and community services are being controlled in Pincher Creek. At the same time services are being expanded, not reduced. The expansion in services is in the area of program rather than facilities. The major por- tion of recreation and commu- nity services budgets are spent on fixed costs to maintain fa- cilities. Increased expenditures on recreation and community services in the Mure will be tied to increased costs of fa- jcility operation and nance. Persons requesting copies of the survey may obtain' them from Hugh Waddle, parks and recreation department, 627- 4322. HORSESHOES COALDALE (HNS) An open horseshoes tournament will be held at 10 a.m. Satur- day behind the Coaldale Li- brary. Winners will receive trophies. It is sponsored by .the Coaldale Rotary Club. Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It's simple how one may lose pounds of unsightly light in your own home. Use this home recipe dietary plan. It's easy, no trouble at an and costs little. Just go to your drag store and ask for Naian Reducing Plan. Pour liquid into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle Take two tablespoonsful twice a day as needed and follow thV Naran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase does not show you a simple easy way to lose bulky fat and help regain slender more graceful curves; if reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, hips, abdomen, calves and ankles just return the empty ton for your money back. Follow this easy way endorsed by many who have tried this plan to help bring back alluring curves and graceful slendemess. Note bow quickly bloat disappears, how much better yon feet More alivct youthful appearing and activa, CENTRE VILLAGE MALL The Northwest Mounted Police 1873 Gun Crew will be mounting and firing their authentic field pieces Satur- day, July 7th at 10 am., 2 p.m. and 4 p .m. at the Centre Village Mall.