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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Recognized Eric Price of Blairmore, principal of the Crowsnest Consolidated High School, has won a certificate from the University of Lethbridge in recognition of the service he has rendered to the uni- versity. He served on the university senate from Jan- uary, 1967, until January of this year. A teacher since 1951, he was principal of the Isabella Sellon School at Blairmore for three years before becoming principal of the new high school in 1971. Sparwood hospital step closer CRANBROOK (Special) East Kootenay Hospital Re- gional District board chairman Vincent Downey and adminis- trator Frank Bertoia assume ministerial approval for start on preliminary planning for a new Michel Natal Hospital at Sparwood. This follows a meeting with J. W. Mainguay, assistant dep- uty minister of hospital ser- vice, and J. G. Glenwright, BCHIS construction and plan- ning, along with Michel-Natal Hospital Society chairman Cyril Cimolini and Fernie Hos- pital Society chairman Fred Medley. In 1969, when the most re- cent capital expenditure refer- endum was approved by re- gional ratepayers, a 66-bed Fernie hospital was the main Crowsnest Pass area item. It is now within a few months of occupation but sub- sequent population surge with coal mining east of Fernie altered population centres and total area hospital needs were raised to 87 beds. Tentative board plans limit operating beds in the new Fer- nie hospital to 60 and transfer the other 27 beds to a new plant at Sparwood, 20 miles east, to replace the small frame Michel Natal Hospital, also in Sparwood municipal district which had been origin- ally scheduled for phase-out. Sparwood centre, where the population surge is most con- spicuous, is at the junction of the Elk Valley road whre the coal mining action extends come 40 miles north. General ca'pital construction plan alter- ation calls for an emergency treatment centre at Elkford, well up this valley. With 1969 bylaw amount and approved construction finish- ed, Sparwood plan would be the major item in the next set of regional capital expenditure projects over three to four years, in which Lake Winder- mere, Kimberley, Cranbrook and Crowsnest Pass capital re- quirements would be bundled for regional approval, voted late this year if possible. Coleman recreation plan caters to young and old COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Garry Nelson, Coleman rec- reation director advised this week that the Coleman recrea- tion board's summer play- ground program is now in full swing. More than 70 have registered for the program. Parents are reminded that they may still register their children for pat- titipaticm in events. The program offered includes a fun club from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. each weekday for children four to eight years; junior recrea- tion, 9 a.m. to 12 noon each weekday for nine to 12-year- olds and the recreation aid pro- gram for students age 13 to 15. There is no registration fee for the playground programs but it is pointed that only those children who are reg- Venturers gain first aid honors PICTURE BUTTE (Special) Six Venturer Scouts recent- ly obtained high honors here on completion of the St. John Ambulance Course. Venturers Don Woodruff, Kim Oler, Carl Simmons, Mike Oliver, Doug Takahashi and Brian Heninger, of 1st Picture Butte Troop, received higher than average marks on their final tests after working for three years to complete the requirements. Their leader, adviser Ned Woodruff, is justifiably proud of his troop of boys, all aged between 14 and 16. Most of the boys started off with him as their Scout leader and gradu- ated into Venturers to be led again by Mr. Woodruff. Their next challenge is to re- ceive the Queen's Award for Venturers. Adviser Woodruff, himself a King's Scout, has three older sons who achieved the Queen's Scout award before the Ventur- er program was added to the Scouting movement. Five younger Venturers are now working on the St. John's Ambulance Course in first aid, enabling them too to fulfil the original motto of Scouting, "Be Prepared." The troop of Venturers have been vsry active in camp- ing activities over the past three years, backpacking from the base camp and fanning out into the mountains past Water- ton and the KananasMs. This year their destination is near the headwaters of the Oldman River. SHOWER HELD IRON SPRINGS (HNS) A community shower was held recently to honor Miss Rhonda Shepherd, bride-elect of Randy Sorgard. Mrs. Helen Wieland presented Rhonda with gifts and Rhonda's sisters, Derryl and Terry, assisted her in opening them. istered will be eligible for bus trips and camping trips plan- ned by the board. The staff, hired by the board in conjunction with the STEP program, include recreation di- rector, Garry Nelson; assis- tant director, Linda White; Ruth Ash, Darlene Yeliga, Rudy Szymanek, and John Muspratt. The two latter youths will be primarily concerned with the beautification aspect of the STEP program. Also working with the recrea- tion staff on the arts and crafts program and the senior citizens program are three Alberta Ser- vice Corps Volunteers, Cheryl Markosky, Sandra Lant and Darcy Peknik. c The town of Coleman has pur- chased and up more than worth of new playground equipment for the children to enjoy, including a Billy 40 veterans visit Piricher PINCHER CREEK (HNS) The Pincher Creek branch of the Royal Canadian Legion re- cently was hqst to 40 members of the Association of 1914 1818 First World War Veterans of Calgary. Greeting them in the name of the president, C- E. De Meyer, was Clarence Weekes, branch secretary. Some of the visitors met and visited with members of Branch 43 President of the group, Phil Rogers, was present as was the past-president, D. Van Sluy. Mr. Weekes had threshed for Mr. Rogers back around 1934 so there was a lot of catching up on the past years. Goat's Bridge playhouse, four spring animals and new swings. Community officials hope that the young people will en- joy the new equipment and not abuse it as in the case of the Litter Bear that was recently installed in the park and will- fully damaged several times. WESTERN WEEK July 16-20 has been designated as Western Week at the Cole- man playground and will be highlighted by a trip to the Lethbridge Exhibition on chil- dren's day, July 18. The cost of the trip will be per child and only those children between the ages of seven and 13 and who are registered at the playground will be eligible for the trip. The bus will leave the town park at 9 a.m. and will be re- turning at approximately p.m. There will be no play- ground activities at the town on Wednesday for those children not taking the trip. Possibility of a trip to Leth- bridge for the senior citizens of Coleman during exhibition week is also being considered. Cardston track and field results CARDSTON (HNS) A track and field meet was held here for hiah and junior high school students in the Cardston schocl division. Results follow: JUVENILE Shot put: Melvln Campbell, Card- stun; Larry French, Cardston; Allen Meyer, Cardston. Discus: Melvln Campbell; Wayne Grunlnger, Magrath; Alfred McMas- ter, Cardston. Javelin: Melvin Campbell; Larry Leavltt, Cardston; Allen Meyer. High lump: Don Yulll, Cardston; John Balderson, Magrath; Rod Beaz- er, Cardston. Long jump: Don Yulll; Rod Beazer; Lyle Toews, Magrath. Triple Jump: Rod Beazer} Larry French. TRACK EVENTS 100 meter: Larry French; Kim Kar. ren, Magrath; Don Yulll. MO meter: Kim Kan-en; John Balder- son; Lyle Toews. Magrath. 400 meter: Alex Campbell, Cardston. meter: Alfred McMaster. ISO meter: Henry Blood, Magrath; Reed Smith, Cardston; Gerry Henry, Magrath. Relay, by 100: Larry French; John Balderson. MIDGET Shot put: Rick Bracha, Cardston; Grant Allhen, Magrath; Chris Clif- ton, Magrath. Discus- Ken Leavltt. Cardston; Wade Johnson, Magrath; Derrel Kos- kewlch. Magrath. Javelin: Chris Clifton; Steven Trts- ka, Magrath; Calvin Fox, Cardston. High lump: Rick Bracha; Mike Mescheyakow, Magrath; Walter Arms, worthy, Cardston. Long lump: Rick Bracha: Shane Lacusta, Cardston; Kerry D a 11 o n, Magrath. Triple lump: Mike Mescheyakow; Ralph West, Cardston; Rick Chalm- ers, Glenhill. 100 meter: Rob RolHngsonJAagrath; Don Grunlnoer, Magrath; Wade John- son, Magrath. 200 meter: Brent Singer. Cardston; Dan Gruninger, Magrath; Rob Rolling- son. 400 meter: Brent Singer; Clifford Tack, Canteton; Steven Trlska, Ma. grafh. KO meter: Ken Leavltt; Rod Rirle, Magfath; Walter Armsworlhy, Card- ston 1300 meter: Rod Ririe; Ken Leavlft. Relay, 4 times 100: Dan Grunlnger; John Vancak, Cardston; Delbert Melt- ing Tallow, Glenhill. Relay, 4 times 400: Ken Leavitt; Rod Rlrie. BANTAM Shot put: Tom Alston, Magrath; Dale Gruninger, Magrath; Terry Codd, Glenhill. High lump: Paul Wolsey, Magrath; Gary Fox, Glenhill; Richard Smith, Glenhill. Long lump: Eric Brooks, Card- ston; Terry Codd, Glenhill; Ron Sec- retan, Cardstcn. 100 meter. Brooks: Ron Sec. retan; Terry Codd. 200 meter: Ron Secretan; Randy Roe, Cardston; Wayne Kunimoto, Ma- grath. meter: Gordon Smith, C a r d- Slon; Brian Draper, Cardston; Doug Hllderbrandt, Magrath. Relay. 4 x 100- Ron Secretan; Terry Codd; Paul Wolsey, Magrath. PEEWEE High lump: Bob Lowry, Cardston; Tom Dudley, Magrath; Brad Karren, Magrath. Long jump: Roderick McMaster, Glenhill; Gary Duce, Cardston; Brad Karren. <0 meter: Bob Lowry, Cardston; Gary Duce; Brad Karren. 400 meter: Bob Lcwry, Gary Duce; Mark Bravarock, Cardston. Shuttle relay, 4 by CO: Bob Lowry; Brad Karren; Mitch Merrill. INTERMEDIATE Triple tump: Bruce Webster, Card- ston. meter: Marvin Lee, Cardston. JUVENILE 100 meter: Jessie Rasmussen, Ma- grath; Penny Brewer, Magrath; Gloria Layton, Cardston. 200 meter: Jessie Rasmussen, Penny Brewer; Sandra- Old Shoes, Cardston. Shot put: Cherri Marsden, card, stem; Snarl Magrath; Karen KnobHck. Cardston. Discus- Lee Am YeltatzJe, Card- ston; Cindy Pontardlo, Cardston; Cherrl Marsden. Javelin: Colette GIbb, Cartston; Shari Hohm; Lynn Cardston High tump: Cherri Marsden; Mar- lene Lacusta, Cardstcn, Penny Brew- er, Magrath. Long iump: Gloria Layton, Karen Knoblick, Janet Nykyeoruk, Magrath. Relay, 4 times 100. Gloria Layton; Jessie Rasmussen. MIDGET 100 meters: Sharon Wells, Card- ston; Valerie French, Glenhill, Mamie West, Cardston 200 meters: Sharon Wells; Valerie French; Trudy Pitcher, Cardston. 400 meters: Laurie Paton, Cardston, Sandra Scout; Diane Olsen. Shot put: Bobbie Rasmussen, Ma. grath; Deb Shaffer, Cardston; Lor- raine Leishman, Magrath Discus- Deb Schaffer; Audrey Huns- berger, Glenhill, Pat Dudley, Magrath Javehn- Dorothy Nlelson, Glenhill, Gloria Schmidt, Magrath; Cantika- Fox, Cardston High iump. Karen Nagai, Ma arath; Cindy Rice, Magrath; Pat Yuill, Cardston. Long iump: Trudy Pitcher, Card, ston, Susan Burrows, Cardston; Norma Stearns, Magraih. Relay, 4 times 100- Diane Orr, Card slon; Sylvia Hovey, Magrath, Valerie French BANTAM 100 meter: Linda French, Glenhill; Patty Pontarollo, Cardston; Susan Vadnais, Cardston 200 meter: Cindy Duce, Cardston; Lcroa Larose, Cardston; Carol Leavitt, Glenhill. 400 meter: Palty Pon'arollo, Card- ston; Mona Alston, Magrath Shot put: Karen Gaboon, Cardston, Patty Pontarollo; Jane Leishman, Ma- grath. High lump- Linda French; Brenda Breadhead; Tina Ponamar, Magrath. Long jump: Linda French; Karen Cahoon; Susan Vadpais, Carol '.eavitt. Relay, 4 times 100- Karen Cahoon; Mona Alston; Linda French. PEEWEE to msler: Joanne Whittaker. Teresa Rice, Glenhill. Louise Marsden, Cardston 400 meter: Louise Marsden; Lana Cook; Linda Lowe. Long jump- Joanne Whittaker; Ra-. mona Girr; Dianne Karen. Shuttle relay, 4 by Diane Kar- ren; Joanne Whittaker; Teresa Rice. Gifts for retiring teachers Mrs. lorroine AieHo, left, representing the board of trustees of the Crcwsnest Pass school division, presented gifts to retiring teachers Mrs. W. (Catherine) Dixon, Miss Anne Kubic and Sam Richards. School principal tarry Piz- zey, right, cave gifts on behalf of the staff of the Isobelle Seilon School, Blairmore. Miss Kubic tooght for 38 Miss Oixon for 16 end Mr, Richards for 38 years. Menclay, July 16, 1973 THE UTHIRIDOI HtRAlD 3 Playground leaders Spurring Lethbridge County 26 children on to fun and games are playground leaders, front row from left, Pat, Osaka, Ranae Heninger and Denise Wojtowicz; and back row, Laurie Reeder, Carol Shimek, Deb Knibbs and Linda Katakami. They complet- ed a playground leaders' training course at West Castle. The girls are providing games and recreation for the north area of the county Claresholm farm experts tour Shelby CLARESHOLM (Special) Several from Claresholm join- ed a group going from Leth- bridge by chartered bus to Shelby, Mont., to see attempts made there to solve alkali pro- blems. Making the tour were mem- bers of the provincial and fed- eral departments of agricul- ture, agricultural officials and farmers. Going from Claresholm were: Men Tory, district agricultur- ist; Hans Lung, avsistant dis- trict agriculturist; Ross Ber- trand, agricultural field man; and J. J. O'Neil, all of Clares- holm; Wes Carey, Stavely; Art Fjordbotten and Hans Hansma, both of Granum. WATER POWER About 71 per cent of Canada's present power needs are met by energy generated from water power. EXTERIOR LOW-LUSTRE HOUSE PAINT 17413 uv EXTERIOR LATEX MINT EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINT LATEX WOOD STAIN Budget-easy price on this all time favorite for stucco, masonry, primed wood, cement. 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