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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 17, 1972 THE LETHBRIBGE HEflAtB TENNIS TIPS Marv Kirchner of Lelhbridge demonslrales ihe racket grip al a Decent tennis clinic al Ihe Ncbleford lennis c Durts. It was sponsored by the Lelhbridge bounty 26 norlh region recrsalion board. Lucinda Luchia Photo 64-lol subdivision wins Taker council OK TABER MIMS) A rcsidcn- tir.l subdivi.iion Involving C1 building lols norlli or ssnil Ave. and west of 47lh St. lias been approved coiuicil. Four proposals submitted by (be Oldman River Regional Planning Commission were re- viewed. The rcplol plan adopted pro- vides building sites ranging in frontage from 00 feet lo 73 fest with a single exit east on to 57th St. Council rejected a sug- gestion that rear lanes be omitted. Council also approved lease- sale agreements fur two prop- erties on a prepaid services basis. A lot on SGlli Ave. went for and one on the corner p of District News VV-. irtBrX w .r- To Gold Eye COALDALE (HNS) Glen Miller, Brenda Burton and Lin- da Virginillo of the Readyniade district will lie attending the Gold Eye Camp at Gold Eye. They are sponsored by the Readymade Men and Women of Unifarm. It is a youth seminar. Win 8-2 COALDALE (HNS) Leth- bridge Alliance Church Young People recently defeated the Coaldale Mcnnunilc Brethren Church Young People 3-2 in a baseball game held at the St. Joseph's School grounds here- Pass exams NATAL (HNS) Four Kai- ser Resources Limited employ- ees, Jack Peters, Jolin Kelly. Peter Reghcnas and Chester Taje, recently passed examina- tions for third class fireboss tickets. All are members of KRL's Femie mine rescue team. Two others, Ixilli members of KRL's Michel mine rescue team, have received their un- derground mine rescue certifi- cates. They are Ralph Caruso and Joe Tuza. Golfing tests MILK RIVER (IKS) Four golfing competi Lions were held recently on the Milk River links under the auspices of the local Opportunities For Y o u t h group. Six girls competed in Ihe wo- men's event. Lorclie Nattress being the winner with Wilma Neal runner-up. In the boys 13 and H-ycar-old event, Carry Adcrson was win- ner. Six boys competed. In the boys 15- and 16-year group, six boys competed with Robert Liester emerging as winner and John Watchler as runner-up. In tiie 17 lo 20-year group there was 13 competitors. Monty Theilcn turned in the best score followed by Bill Sheridan. Can-Am wins MILK RIVER (HNS) Re- cently the Can-Am baseball team journeyed to Shelby where it defeated the team from Fairfield. Weather was not too good, it being windy but after some first inning trouble the local team, behind excellent pitching from Hanson, won 12-7. In the second game Saga, wlio received good support from his team, gained a 7-0 victory. Good fielding and lusty hit- ting by the team coupled with some successful strategy by coach Evcrs were (actors in the (cam's success. Aids employees NATAL (HNS) During the post few years Kaiser Re- sources Ltd. has spent million assisting 4.10 employees lo purchase homes. As a result of this policy, as well as other industrial rela- tions efforts, the labor turnover has been reduced tj one-third of its previous level. The bousing program is ad- ministered by E. J. Nor- man, property control super- visor; B. H. Larsen, manager of accounting services and W. P. Popenoe, vice-president, ad- ministration and controller. The staff is willing to assist employees in every way with housing problems. Finding jobs PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek student employment scn'ice is having a successful season. So far they have placed 57 students in full and part time positions. At present there are openings fur; gas pump attendant with driver's licence; truck driver; gardening job. For girls: cook on a farm; position at Walsrton I'Eik and two waitresses a t Waterlon Park. Mirs Maureen Porter is in charge of the placement and may be reached at 627-3731 RDEK votes SPARWOOD (HNS) The 1971 census lor the Regional District of East Kooieray rais- ed the votes from 19 to 22. Besides the addition of Elk- ford, with B single vote, both Cranbrook and Spanvood re- ceived an extra vote. Cranbrook, now with five votes (or a population of wins another director, and each will have three votes, when the population goes up another 500. Other units, their population and voting strength are as fol- lows: Kimberley, four votes; Femie two votes; Spanvood 2.990, two voles; In- vermere, one vote; Elk- ford, 605, one vote; Electorisl Area A, one vote: Area B. one vote; Area two votes; Area E, 1.423, one vote; Area F, 2.334, one veto; Area G, 1.461 one vote. Totai RDEK population: 39, 413. Visit park MILK RIVER Hollow iles held their annual picnic, there being a good turn- out in spite of rainy weather. This event was held al Writing On Stone Provincial Park and brought together friends and acquaintances. Reject grant TABER (HNS) Hymont Recreation Club, comprising employees of Vauxhall Foods Ltd., will not receive financial from the Taber MD SOFTBALL WINNERS Coaldale Baker-St. Joseph's schools learn gallier after win- ning the girls' banlam Softball league, Lethbridge County 26, south region. Marj Ka- minski, assistant recreation director, presented the Jrophy. Back row, from left: Mrs. Steve (Roma) Roth, coach; Diane Boullon, Roberta Knapp, Juanila Knapp, Bev Ens ond Angela Lehmann. Front row, from left: Delynn Harrison, Faith Takeda, Sandra Bobner and Sandra Vaselenak. Missing: Peggy Derksen, Gail Price and Elvina Friesen. Mary Tymburski Pholo. MOTOR MOWER 817.3rd AVE. 5. PHONE 327-2669 WELCOMES EVERYONE To look over Ihoir full lino of CHAIN SAWS PIONEER, McCULLOCH LAWNMOWERS LAWNBOY, SNAPPER, JACOBSEN, MOTO MOWERS MINI CYCLES GO CARTS WE ALSO REPAIR AND SHARPEN ALL MAKES OF REEL AND BLADE TYPE LAWNMOWERS Card party PINCHER CREEK (Special) The senior citizens of Pincher Creek and district have made plans for a cards and games party to Ixi hold July m. al p.m. in Hie United Church basement. ..-jause the council is not in favor of spending public funds to support a club. The club's program to set up a recreational facility the potato plant two miles uasl of Tatar, says MD secretary treasurer Douglas Francis, has run into financial difficulty. Anniversary IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Warre.. were the guests of honor when 125 friends from southern Al- berta gathered to honor them on the ocasion of their 30th wedding anniversary. The program included instru mental selections by local art- ists, choral group singing, and a poem, written for the oc casion by William Dalgliesh read by Mrs. H. B. Haney. Mr. and Mrs. Warren were then presented with a gift on behalf of their many friends after which a buffet supper was served. Master of ceremonies i Fletcher Baskin. Farewell party IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schneidei and family were Hie guesls of honor at a farewell parly hclc in the Huntsvillc School audi- torium recently. A musical program was pre- sented. T. C. Noble was the master of ceremonies. During the evening Mr. anc Mrs. Schneider were presented with a gift from their friends the presentation being made by Mr. Edward Rciter. Gifts were also presented to sons Marty and Wade and daughter Tammy, the presen tation being made by James Asplund. Dancing was enjoyed. They are moving to Cowley. Brings message SPARWOOD (HNS) Mayor Vernon Uphill represented Fer- nie at the opening of a new village hall at Creston recently, during which he extended con- gratulations Lo Creston on be- half of Fernie council. He said he learned a cheque was presented for im- provements to Creston's swim- ming pool by Wesley Black, minister of highways, on be- half of the government. Mayor Uphill commented "I don't know which fund he got it from or how they got that kind of a grant, but we could do with that kind of help here." TOP ESSAYIST Cindy Scpp, Grade (i nnpil al T'orc- inost School, recently won llir County 40-Mile, award in n farm safely rssay contest. More than essays wrrr. submitted across Ihe nation. Mis.s ilir lirst hy ,1 Grndc ,1 or B pupil in (he. county. BELLEVILLE CHISELER Doylo Klyn's o great one at "uncov erina" interesting people. In Weekend Magaiinc Ihis Sal- urday sho Iclls about o Belleville, Onlaiio, lady who has carvrd all of intoroiling thingi from wood. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE at 5-lth Ave. and Mth St. for a tour-plex was sold for Action will be taken to secure by long-term lease a half-sec- lion of provincial government lease land north of the Oldman River on the old Vauxhall road for the construction of a muni- cipal airport. Council was told by indus- trial co-ordlnator Ross Gibb that the cost benefit study with high recommendation for the proposed airport had been sub- mitted to Ottawa by the Ed- monton office, ministry of transport, May 23, and that ap- proval could be expected dur- ing the summer or early fall. A meeting is to bo set up with the present lessee of the grazing land to arrange release of his long-term lease on the property involved. Study proposal SPARWOOD (HNS) Vince Downey, chairman of the board of the RDEK, said the board will "take under advisement" a propcssl by Aid. Ty Colgur of Crarirook thst tr.2 RDEK con- sider making grants for recrea- tional expenditures zs it docs "for libraries services.' and ambulance INDIAN TRADITION Blood Chief Jim Shol Sides leads eft ihe Indian rider portion cf trie Whoop-Up Days parade Ihis morning. The chief, dressed in traditional while buckskin and headress depicling his posl, also rode in ihe Forl Macleod parade recently. Jean Swiharl Pholo HEADS CLUB Geoff Tagg of Foremost heads Ihe Foremost Lions Club. Mr. Tagg is a well-known musi- cian, school teacher, drama crtllc and news reporter. 2092A 1969 METEOR MONTCALM 4 DOOR WAGON Coililion gold, black roof and deluxe rack with gold vinyl interior- 429 V-8 automatic, power iteftring, power brakes, radio and ipeed control. HOLIDAY AT FREE 5Q GALS. OF GAS DENNIS HEIMERS Rei. Phona 7-7611 1718-3id Ave. S. Phone 327-5763 This may be your tickets for a game. r i i i i i I want to see Canada play the Soviets! not send cjjsh, cheques or money orders Address. City____ .Province. .Zone- Draw open to residents of Canada only. I want to see the following game: Note: Indicate only one game per entry. Montreal Game Toronto Game Winnipeg Game Vancouver Game 1 September 2 September 4 September 6 September 8 Where to send your coupon Send your coupon to the address for the game you wish to see. Montreal Game Box21lO Toronto 1, Onl. Toronto Game Box 8180 Toronto 1, Ont. Winnipeg Game Box B122 Toronlo 1, Ont. Vancouver Game Box 2193 Toronlo 1, Onl. Here's how it works 1. Fill out the coupon above, or a rea- sonable facsimile indicating the particu- lar game for which you wish tickets, and send it to the appropriate address. 2. Tickets will be allotted only in pairs al SIS.00 per paKThere will be no single ticket sales.To improveyour may submit as many coupons as you wish but only one coupon per envelope, and no individual will receive mora than tickets. 3. All coupons will go into a drum flnd on July 31, a draw will ba held, For every entry drawn a pairot tickets will be awarded. 4. Successful entrants will receive a cerlificate which will show their seat numbers, row number and arena loca- tion. Entrants will present, by mail or in person, their certificate along with pay- mom in exchange for Ihe actual game tickets, at the arena box office. Tickets must be collected for all games by August 19lli, 5. Deadline lor draw entries: Entries must be received at thn Box number no laler than mrd- night July HOCKEY I CANADA ;