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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuiiday, July 11, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGl HMALD 3 fl THE PANTS ARE OK These ihree boys run 1o Ihe finish line lo complete success- fully the calf scramble event at the recent gymkhana sponsored by ihe horsemanship class of R, I. Baker Junior High. It was held at the Coaldale Kinsmen Rodeo grounds on the final day of ths school lerm. Too bad., school carft be like this all the time COALDALE (HNS) If only all school days could be like the last one at R. I. Baker School. The horsemanship class, di- rected by Don Schielke and Mrs. Lorraine Ilill, staged a gymkhana at the Coaldale Kins- men Horieo grounds. Any stu- dents of junior high age was eligible to enter in the events. It was amusing, hilarious and breathtaking as the young calf and horse riders tried their skills in Ihe art of gymkhana. Asslsling Mr. Schielke and Mrs. Hill were other staff mem- IJCTS, parents and students tak- ing the option horsemanship course. The calf scramble event proved to be side-splilling for spectators, participants and judges. It involved three boys catching the calf, putting pants of any type on the calf and then running the animal to the finish line all decked in his "briefs." Other events were calf rid- ing, dollar bill race, boot horse race, ride and lead the horse tfvent, spoon and egg horse race (this is done with the rider having a spoon wilh an egg on it in his mouth and Hantlley heads Coaldale club COALDALE (HNS) Les Handley was recently elected president of the Coaldale Ro- tary Club. Other officers; John Vaselen- ak, vice-president; Henry Kro- eker, secretary; and Laurie McCray, treasurer. Directors: Ivan Meyers, Cleve Ross and Laurie Mc- Cray. One vacancy is still to be filled. Len Schiebner Is the past- president. The club meets every Tues- day for supper. The recent meeting took the lorm of "ladies night" when all Rotarians and Rolary Anns were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Len Scheibner. Mr. Scheibner was presented a past-president's pin by Ro- lanan Peter Slemko. Mr. Handley had Just re- lumed from a two-day confer- ence and assembly of Rotary District 530 at Dawson Creek, B.C. Bill Ilarker o! Calgary, exe- cutive director of the Canadian Red Cross, (Alberta aand North- west Territories pre- sented a framed certificate of merit to president Len Scheib- ner tor 15 years' service to the Red Cross. Mr. Scheihnor presented a honquet of flowers to Mrs. Alton (Marguerite) Knapp for the as- sistance she pave in Ihis year's Red Cross canvas. About has been collected. riding Uie horse at a trot pace. High point person for each grade was: Grade 7 Ricky AI- doff, 20 points; grade 8 Dale Smith, 10 points; grade 9 Mary Ann Handsaeme, 34 points. High point class from each grade: grade 7B 43, grade 8C 26, and grade 9D with a high 89 points. Coaldale balks at sewer delay COALDALE Res- idents of the north Coaldale area have contacted Ihe pro- vincial department of environ- ment and pollution control in regard to the delay in receiv- ing water and sewer services there. Officials are cxpeclcd lo be In Coaldale soon to speak with Ihe lown falhers regarding this matter. The department was sent a copy of the petition which the residents had signed earlier asking council to reconsider a motion made several months ago to delay extension of these services to the north side in 1972. Council has since met and discussed the entire project with the people and has re- scinded the earlier motion. If people wish to pay the costs it appears they will ob- tain the services, possibly this year. It will cost Ihe town's north side residents at least ?2.40 per frontage foot for water and sewer services. These services only be extended to the area if two- thirds ol the registered home- owners (representing at least IT'S NOT SO EASY TO STAY ON Thai's what this fellow no doubt said in Ihe recent calf riding event al the gymkhana sponsored by the R. I. Baker Junior High horsemanship class at the Coaldale Kinsmen Rodeo grounds. In top spot NOBLEFORD League play for the North County Little League has wound up will] Ihe Nohlcford learn finishing in top spot wilh II wins and three losses. The Monarch team finished the season wilh a 19-5 record. Due to some lardines.s on Ihe part of the Picture Bulte learns, Ihe Ihird and fourth place finishers have not been decided. Nobleford and Monarch arc hosting the playoffs. Doing well COALDALE (HNS) Two former scholarship sludents of Kale Andrews High School, here are doing excellent work according to a report from Margaret Perry, director of the University of Clu'cago's Small School Talent Search. Ken Slemko, who completed his second year at the Univer- sity of Chicago has compiled an excellent grade record. He has made excellent contribu- tions to Ins College House and has served as President of his house council. He has also been a leader in intramural sports. He is planning to take a leave of absence from Chicago next year to attend the Dag llammarskjold School in Wash- ington, D.C. In his first year, Philip Mal- kas is doing successful work in Ihe humanities, German, chem- istry and mathematics. He has been active in intramural sports and fencing. COUNTRY NEWS These Are The LetKbridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area CLARESHOLM PAUL ANDERSEN....................P.O. Box 548 COUTTS MRS. ALICE HACKE General Delivery COALDALE MRS. PETER TYMBURSKI..................Box 1003 ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK P.O. Box 1852 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIE..................P.O. Kn 131 CROWSNE5T PASS VERN DECOUX Gonprnl Delivery Contact thoso people for your District Nowi or Classified Advertising Foremost Lions install executive one-half lire value of the lands) sign Ihe individual petitions agreeing lo pay lliosc costs and related mailers staled in Ihe petilion being prepared by the town. Of Ihe fronlagc levy per foot.will be for sewer and 80 cents per foot for water ser- vices. Ambulances get grants CRANBROOK, B.C. (Special) Ambulance associations of Columbia Valley, Kimberley and district, Fernie and district and Cranbrook and district have been approved for grauls-in-aid each. The Regional District of East Kootenay board budget allowed for this for 1972. All four are well established organizations manned by volunteers. EDEK grants on aid for public or communily libraries based on 25.37 cents per capita also budgeted this year have also been approved. Cranbrook library receives Kimber- ley Fernie and In- vermere This is the first year such financing assistance by RDEK has been extended these ser- vices. Dust cure? SPARWOOD (HNS) Kais- er Resources has been experi- menting for many months in an attempt lo find ways of eliminating wind borne dust [rom unit trains travelling lo Weslshore Terminals and ap- pears to have come up with a solution. As each car of the unit train Is loaded at the KHL Elkview plant, a spray boom moves into position over it and a coat- ing agent is sprayed onto the surface of the coal. This forms a crust, thus re- ducing the possibility ol dust being blown out of the cars. SERVES RED CROSS Len Scheibner, 1971-72 president of the Coaldale Rotary Club, left, receives a framed certificate of merit from Bill Marker of Calgary, execulive director of the Canadian Red Cross (Alberla and Northwest Territories lor 15 years' service to the Red Cross. pholo B.C. forest service may clean lakes, beaches NATAL (HNS) There is a possibility that district lakes may have their beaches and surrounding areas cleaned by the B.C. forest service. The information came to light after efforts by the Union Board of Health to procure Op- portunities for Youth grants to allow hiring of young people for the clean up were turned down, both by the federal gov- ernment and by Ihe B.C. mini- sler of recreation and conserva- tion, Ray Willislon. II was Mr. Williston who sug- gested that it there were speci- fic problems around lakes with- in or adjacent to forest lands, the problems should be brought to the attention of the district forester at Nelson. Board mem- bers suggested Loon and Ed- ward Lakes as areas needing cleaning now. Board secretary Dr. J. M. H. Hopper told members he had visited an area west of Moose Lake where the Forest Service plans to develop 40 campsite spaces. The Forestry would be responsible for the weekly maintenance of garbage cans and toilets in that area. Walker family gathers RAYMOND (HNS) Sixty- four of the 97 members of the James and Fannye Walker fam- ily gathered here recently for a family reunion. After three days here, a num- ber went to Calgary to see the football game in which Bill Walker, a grandson, was play- ing. i Others went to Walerlon Park for Ihe remainder ol Iheir Can- adian stay. The lale Mr. Walker came to Alberta In the year 1903 with a brother-in-law, John Salmon to engage in fanning. They brought their effects from their home at Coleville, Utah. Mrs. Walker came (o Ray- mond during the early days of the Knight Sugar factory as a book-keeper (rom her home In Layton, Utah. They were parents of 12 children; three died before they reached mat- urity. Three of the sons are special- ized medical surgeons, one is a successful farmer and rancher, one is a business broker and one is an educationist. The three daughters nil at Raymond. FOREMOST mosl Lions Club installed Geoff Tagg as ils new president for the 1972-73 year as the club wound up its activities with a barbecue and dance recently. More than 80 people were presenl at the Kultgen farm east of Foremost, for the WTap up to the year's activities, and the installation of new officers. The ceremony of induction was performed by Zone Chair- man Ted Rudd of Wrentham. Bill Bin's Jr. was installed as vice-president, Dave Jensen as second vice-president and Tom Ikebuchi as third. George Whittle will resume his duties as secretary of the a position he held for many years prior to an acci- dent. Richard Buswell will as- sume Ihe duties of treasurer, and Ewald Zielke will be the immediate past president. Lion tamer will once again be Sol Weber, with Hap Bates taking over as tail twister. Jack MacDonald and Albert Kardash will be one year directors, and Cliff EUe and Pete Hammel will serve for two year terms. NEW OFFICIALS Elected as mayor of Ihe town of Pincher Creek recently. Dr. Juon Teran {left a 1962 graduate of the National University of Mexico, took his internship at St. Hospital in London, Ont. After being in general practice for one year in Arkansas, Dr. Teran took his fellowship at Queen's Uni- versity in Kingston, Ont. He was assistant resident, spe- cializing in surgery, at the Lancaster Hospital in New Brunswick and prior to coming to Pincher Creek was assistant resident at london's Si. Joseph's Hospital. Dr. Teran has been on the medical staff of tho Associate Clinic for tho past five years. W. M. K. McGurk (right) elected to council, a partner in the? Pincher Creek law firm of Turcoll, McGurk and Jervis. He has resided in Pincher Creek for 1wo years. 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