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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta July 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Cranbrook permits million B.C. Building permits issued by City Inspector John Davis in June numbered with an es- timated value of These included 14 housing bringing the year's total for the first half to 102. The previous June total was 36 for The year's tally now stands at 145 for an es- timated value com- pared with 183 for an estimated for the first half of 1973. Homecoming coffee catcher FORT MACLEOD Roy Bota of Calgary came home for the Homecoming. He couldn't fight the crowds to find his former school mates so he had a unique way of getting them to come to him. With the co operation of Larry secretary manager of the Fort he set up a coffee shop behind the RCMP Museum building. All former residents were in- vited to drop by for free a chance to reminisce or a break to relax. C GOING TO THE WORLD'S JUST RENT A TRUCK CAMPER Reserve One Now Go for Comfort and Pleasure 4 Size and Price Ranges 2 With Air Conditioning DUJMLOP RENT A CAR 1510 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone Introduction to irrigated farming Paul and Gary Droghini on Butch O'Donnell place The South In short Ambulance service reviewed PINCHER CREEK In its semi annual report to the Town the Pincher Creek Fire Department revealed that during the first six months of operation in the current fiscal 105 patients were conveyed in the local During'the period Dec. 1 to May 30 there were 82 patients transported to St. Vincent's Hospital and 23 patients to treat- ment centres in other localities. The mileage was The town and municipal district expect to receive delivery of a new ambulance within the next two weeks. Pythian Sisters meet COLEMAN Pythian Sister Temples held their 25th District convention in Coleman recently with members from Medicine Hat and Coaldale temples attending. The sessions were opened and presided over by Past Grand Chief Amy Penney of Coleman and PGC Rose Lant introduced the officers who were presented with a gift from District Deputy Grand Chief Anna Bodish of Coleman. PGC Ethel Hill of Coleman Temple welcomed the visitors. Competitions were held and won by Coleman Progressive Temple No. presented with the award shield. A banquet held at the Satellite completed the anniversary event. Iron Springs pioneer 80 IRON SPRINGS Local residents recently went to 20 miles south of Red to attend Iron Springs pioneer Marguerite Noble's 80th birthday party. Among 90 guests were Iron Springs Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Leonard Haney and Lloyd Nolan. Gladys Noble of Florence Koenen and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dunn all attended from Lethbridge. Quebec students try farm summer By MURDOCH MACLEOD Herald Staff Writer A lot of young people are travelling across Canada for a summer holiday this but how many are travelling across Canada for a summer Cardston grads honored CARDSTON Graduation exercises of Cardston High School were conducted recently. were presented to 124 96 per cent of the seniors. The guest speaker Rob a graduate of Cardston High School. He was president of the student council in 1967. He is a graduate of the University of Alberta and has done post graduate work in business education. He told the graduates that the secret for success is work. He admonished them to develop skills and be flexible. He told them to think serious- ly of technical school. The valedictory address was given by Brian Low. He was awarded the annual mathematics medal by Willard a retired Cardston High School mathematics teacher. Three teen agers from Lethbridge's sister St. have arrived in Southern Alberta to work on local farms for the summer. Gary Paul Villemaire and Charlie Daoust have all been in the West but this is their first time in Lethbridge. I was sick and tired.of the says always And the small farms in Quebec are almost like the he says. In Alberta you can feel you're in the country. St. part of metropolitan is an industrial city of about they say. Paul says that when the three decided to work in Western they had an offer from Edmonton but the prospective employer couldn't take all three. Gary's god- who knew contacted officials in the city who said there was plenty of opportunity here. At least two of the young travellers will be working on a mixed farm in the Taber area. Paul and Charlie all finished high school this year and plan to attend a CEGEP approximately the same as a community college in the fall. Charlie wants to take economic and ecological Paul plans to take business and Gary hopes to become a veterinarian. Charlie Daoust paints roof working on Lawrence Cherneski farm Possession of drug nets fine of Taber golfer tops in Macleod tourney FORT MACLEOD A successful golf tourna- ment was offered by the Fort Macleod club as its centennial event. Golfers from the Marilimes and points in Manitoba and South Alberta competed for three days. Ted Smith of Taber was the victor in the men's cham- pionship flight. He had vic- tories over Bill Townsend of Don Mackenzie of Mountain View and Gerry Cote of the host club on an ex- tra hole. Townsend had to go three holes before besting Terry Lyons of Pincher Creek. In the consolation side of the match it was Ken Mackanzie of Picture Butte over Lawrence Bourassa of Fort Macleod. Mens first flight winner was Larry Zehanoviz of Slave Lake. He beat Merve Dusyk of Fort while on the consolation Mickey Young of Calgary defeated Keith Smith of Calgary. The flight saw Austin Squarebriggs of Prince Edward Island defeat Toki Hori of Lethbridge. Consola- tion winner Del Smith of Calgary over Bob Brown of the host club. Third flight winner Fenton Sharp bested Noel Doherty. Consolation was Truman Ward over Jack all local players. In the fourth Kerry Brown took out Jack Shand in the finals. Consolation went to Alan Pincher over Fred Lethbridge. In the fifth Darrell Hennessy of New Brunswick bested Len Hatton of Fort Macleod. Provincial Judge L. W. Hudson has fined a 17 year old Lethbridge youth for possession of marijuana. Judge Hudson told Melvin Key Hurrell in Pronincial Court he was lucky he wasn't getting a jail sentence. Court was told Hurrell was charged June 24 in Waterton. He was found in possession of marijuana in a car and there were juveniles in the car. It was his second marijuana court was told. Hurrell was convicted for possession of marijuana in Swift Current in 1973. Judge Hudson told Hurrell he was a menace on the road. He claimed marijuana affects one's ability to judge distance. A 17 year old Cardston man was sentenced to 30 days in jail Friday after he pleaded guilty to theft of a bicycle from a downtown Lethbridge store. Larry Black Ploom earlier pleaded guilty to being intoxicated in Gait Gardens and was sentenced to 45 days as he was unable to pay his fine The theft sentence was concurrent with the intoxica- tion sentence. The Herald- District Formal request sent to fire commissioner A formal request is being made asking the provincial fire commissioner to inspect several Hardieville premises for the possibility of fire hazard. County Solicitor IV Shell oil plant CALGARY Shell Canada Ltd. and Shell Ex- plorer Ltd. expect to spend million in the next.nine years on Oil Sands tests in the Peace River region of north western says a technical paper delivered this week at a heavy oil sym- posium in Venezuela. The prepared by J. A. Dillabough of Calgary and a Tex. said a million pilot plant is to be constructed next year and in operation by mid -1976. The pilot project involves RaiJlSt given life injecting steam under high England An 18-year-old unem- ployed laborer was sentenced to life imprisonment Thurs- day after pleading guilty to raping the secretary of Princess Anne. Christopher Phil North says the commissioner's office is being asked to examine property in the hamlet belonging to F. G. whose lot has been the subject of numerous complaints from and several other lots. The property owner can be asked to remove the hazard and failing the commissioner can order the lot be cleaned up at the owner's he said. But Mr. North said even if the lots are cleaned up to the satisfaction of the fire the property could still be classed as a nuisance under the county requiring legal action. The county wants the offending lots in the hamlet cleaned he said. steam pressure into the deeply buried oil sand to make it flow to the surface. If the process proves it could result in a commercial venture by 1985. The pilot to be located 20 miles northeast of the town of Peace will drill 48 holes for oil steam injection and temperature and pressure observation. John Graham told the court he was under the influence of the drug LSD when he raped the secretary at knifepoint in her i apartment March 1. Prudential Insurance Company of America Is Now Located At 433 Holiday Village Suite H Phone 327-3594 Construction and General Workers Union Local 1111 WE HAVE MOVED TO 511 5th St. South OFFICE PHONE 328-7231 ASTRO REALTY _ INSURANCE LTD. 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