Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
ater System o Get Boost CRANBROOK (Special) Tenders for the water pump and supply mains at will close July 28, and work will start as soon after that as possible. Proven wells on either side of Cranhrook Street have shown capability of adding when re- Ponies Run Aug. 3 TABER (HNS) Tnere's a fast track at Taber on civic holiday Monday, Aug. 3, when the Taber Rodeo Association stages its third annual flat race meet. The committee headed by president Vance T. Jenseii chose to continue an eight-race program even though 10 races are now permitted.'Race spon- sor's will be named at the next meeting early in July. Pari-mutuel betting will be featured for those with inside information on equine speed. Post time for the eight races begins at 2 p.m. and every half hour thereafter. The races will be: 2 p.m. one-quarter mile open, purse plus entry fees; p.m. five-eights mile open, purse plus entries; 3 p.m. seven furlongs Os purse p.m. three eights miie open, purss 4 p.m. one mile open, purse p.m. three quarters mile open, purse 5 p.m. half mile open, purse S35; and p.m. one and one-sixteenth mile open, purse Prize moneys will be paid for win, place and show. Entry fees of are payable along with applications made to chairman Vance Jensen, and may be made through Satur- day, Aug. 1. Concessions at the grounds were granted to Mrs. Tillie Jensen. quired over two million gal- lons daily. Pumps at two stations will assure improvement of pres- sure under heavy demand. Purpose is to augment the two existing large mains from the reservoir on Joseph Creek above Cranbrook which are gravity supply along uphill Gold Creek Road and on South Second St., both relatively high levels in the city. The pumping stations ap- proved at will be on low flat area on Kootenay St. near 10th St. N. and near railway tracks at 7th St. N. The approximately 2.75 miles of mains ranging from 10 to 16- inch pipe runs from the pump- houses southward on Kootenay Street to 14th Ave. at 5th St. N. which it follows to llth St. S. then turns west at a right an- gle to Third Ave. This was ap- proved at and was allowed for contingencies. In this very dry summer sea- son evening very low pressiire in uphill Cranbrook aim o s t imposes a choice between washing the face or watering the geraniums during evenings. FROM N. CAROLINA STIRLING (HNS) Miss Carolyn Ferguson of North Car- olina has been a guest at the Ferries Zaugg home. -Saturday, July IB, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGr HERMO Learning Problems nn o M. XL MR. AND MRS. JOHN BARTOSEK OF CRANFORD Cranford Couple -Marks Anniversary CRAWFORD Mr. and Mrs. John Bartosek of Cranford re- cently celebrated their Dia- mond Wedding anniversary at he Cranford Hall. There were more than 100 icople in attendance at the re- ception and supper. Many bou- quets were received. They were married in Czechoslovakia July 6, 1910 and came to this country in 1932 with four of their six children: John Bartosek of Coaldale; the late Frank Bartosek, Chatham, Ont; Mrs. John (Stasie) Tres- ak of Sorrento, B.C., and Mrs. Pete (Angela) Svehla of Cha- tham, Ont. Born in this country were Equitation Picture PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The Picture Butte and District Jamboree here Aug. 1, 2 and 3 will feature a prize to be awarded at a free dance Mon- day, Aug. 3. There will be a Queen Con- test and the contestants will sell tickets. Jamboree Set Queen contestants will be an- nounced later. Events include: Saturday, Aug. 1: bake sale and vegetable fair; chow mcin take-out supper; teen dance at high school; adult dance at Elks Hall; and adult dance at St. Catherines. Sunday, Aug. 2: four-team fastball; tournament (3 horseshoe tournament. Monday, Aug. 3: pancake breakfast; parade at 11 o'clock; smorgasborg at the Elk's Hall then to the rodeo; ladies fast- ball tournament. Mrs. Ralph (Pat) Miskulin of Wilson and Jerry Bartosek of Cranford. Thsy have 17 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. They farmed in the Cranford area until Usir retirement. Get Grass Seed TABES (HNS) Farmers have to Friday, July 31. to pur- chase forage grass seed under the Alberta crop adjustment program by which the govern- ment will reimburse the farmer 50 per cent of the seed costs up to per farmer. Applications for adjustment on the cost cf seed must be made at the office of the Taber MD by Aug. 31. A proper in- voice or sales slip must accom- Ipany the application. Buys Shares TABER (HNS) Taber MD Fires No-Hitter NOBLEFOED (Special) W: mners PINCHER CREEK (Special) Win- ners of the equitation events of'the 1970 Southern Local Summer Games for the MD of Pincher Creek and the Town of Pincher Creek: Course Jump for II years: Bill Rob- Inson. Course Jump for 12 to 16 years: Jer- ri Lineham, K. C. Pefrone. GamblerJs choice for 17 to 21 years: Kim Hardy. Gambler's choice for 22 years: Ger- ds Fliessbach. High lump for 17 to 21: Kim Hardy. English equitation for 11 years: Kelly Ano Petrone; Billle Robinson. English Equitation for 12 to 16: K. C. Petrone, Lorna Dennis. English Equitation for 17 to 21: Kim Hardy. English Eauitation for 22 years: Ger- da Fliessbach. Reigning class for 17 to 21: Ann Aim. Reining class for 22: Audrey West, rop, Colleen Yum. Western equitation for 11 years: BII. lie Robinson, Clinton Marr. Western equilation for 12 to 16: K C. Pefrone, Shirley Yuill. Western pleasure for 11 years- Bil- lle Robinson, Clinton Marr. Western pleasure for 12 to 16: Shir- ley Yuill, K. C. Petrone. Western pleasure for 17 lo 22: Ann Aim, Kim Hardy. Western pleasure for 22: Thedora Pack, Nona Bonertz. Trail class, 12 to 16 years: Shirley Yuill, Rod Sinclair. Trail class for 17 to 21: Kim Hardy, Ann Aim. Trail class for 22: Audrey Westrop, Thedora Pack. Winners go to the final summer games Aug. 12 and 13. Wins Trophy COALDALE (HNS) Guen- ther Macht, Grade 9 student at St. Joseph's School was recent- ly announced the winner of the St. Ambrose Catholic Women's League Annual Trophy. It is presented to the Grade 9 student from R. I. Baker or St. Joseph's schools obtaining the highest mark in English. CWL officials report it is thought to be the first time the trophy has been won by a male student. has joined the Alberta Munici- Stan Sjogren pitched a no-h nal Finnnrn CnmnrntiAn Tf fis n._ i____ ,._i-_., T. pal Finance Corporation. It purchased 12 corporation in the amount of based o one share for each 600 of popu lation. AMFC membership will alto' the MD to borrow funds t finance the Barnwell hamlet' water and sewer systems noi being installed. With bylaw approval receive from the Local Authoritie. Board, Edmonton, the MD through its engineers has mad application to borrow b. cover the cost of the two loca improvement projects. Same Dump COALDALB (HNS) The town's nuisance grounds, now close to the river, will not be relocated. The location is 10 miles north- west of Coaldale. James McQuillan, health in spector with the Barons-Eureka Health Unit, had expressed con- cern over the present location. Petition Set COALDALE (HNS) North Coaldale residents will be re- ceiving a petition from the Town of Coaldale to sign if they wish to have water and sewer services. The petition state their front- age tax levy will be per foot for the next 20 years. Total costs estimated by engineers for Uie extension program is The petition was held up slightly because of the high es- timate for frontage tax given by the engineers. It was decided to set the levy at per frontage foot. It is the same as the 1963 rate. COUNTRY NEWS These Are TheJUtltkidge Herald Correspondents In Your Area NATAl, B.C. PAUL CHAIA ................P.O.Box 287 LOMOND Mrs. Leonard Chase .........Genearl Delivery CARDSTON Mrs. Catherine Hull...........GeneralDelivery COWLEY Clarence Weekes................ .P.O. Box 7 STAVELY MRS. JOYCE NOWICKI General Delivery CRANBROOK RON POWELL The Courier Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising ter and the team behind hi played correct ball as Nob ford shut-out Iron Springs 20 in regular North County Litl League play. Register Guns SPARWOOD_ (HNS) Flni were levied this week when tw persons were convicted charges of carrying unregiste ed and restricted weapons. The Sparwood detachment i the BCMP said all revolve] and pistols are classed as r stricted weapons and must registered with the RCMP. Not For Sale COALDALE (HNS) Th own owned asphalt plant is lot for sale. Council members agreed th plant and other equipment wi not be sold. A request had been receives rom a paving firm intereste n making Ihe purchase. Phantoms Win COALDALE (HNS) Th Coaldale Phantoms won a wo nen's Softball tournament here The team won the Kimura' iporting Goods Trophy. Indivi ual trophies were also present d to the players. Harry Kimura donated th< rophies. Seven learns played in the ournament. There were three earns from Taber, one each Milk River, Vauxh a 1 nd Magrath. The final game between the oaldale Phantoms and the Ta- er Royals was 7 to 4. The Phantoms are in the Ta- ;r Dustbowl League, playing emi-final games. Shower July 23 PINCHER CREEK (Special community shower will be eld on July 23 at 8 p.m. in the ".oman Catholic Hall for Miss udy Dalman, whose marriage will Uke place Aug. 1 to Albert LeGrandeur. Pools will be at Boytink's and the Co op. Everyone is wel- come. Patrol Ranch COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale town police can and will patrol the Sunrise Ranch just north of the town's outskirts. Officials from the Lethbridge and District Association for Re- tarded Children made the re- quest for the patrol in corres- pondence recently. Vandalism has slight says L. J. Wright, executive di- rector of the association. i Mini-Rock CLARESHOLM (HNS) Claresholm had a miniatur rock festival last weekend whe a group of five musicians fro: Vancouver put on a show an dance in the IOOF Hall. It turned out to be success ful. Jay Martin said they planne to travel across Canada in their converted school bus. Meets July 27 TABER (HNS) The Jill meeting of the board of trustees Taber school division, has been set back one week from July 20 to July 27. The later date was set, ac cording to secretary-treasurei Richard M. Greenaway, to ac commodate trustees wlio wil earlier be away on vacation. Buy Hotel COALDALE (HNS) Uhryn Hotels Ltd. changed ownership recently and is now the Ven tura Hotel Ltd. New co-owners are Vernon Scheldt of Coaldale, formerly of Edmonton, and Ed Schir- niaier of Edmonton. Alex Uhryn was the former owner. The Steak House, included in .he hotel transaction, will re- nain under the same manage- nent. Mrs. Walter (Shirley) 'raser is the manager. Mr. and Mrs. Uhryn plan to continue residing here. No Logging CRANBROOK (Special) Threat of logging in Glacier ational Park in the spectacu- ar Rogers Pass section of the Vans-Canada highway has een removed. Private timber leases held on acres there, dating back berths established in 1886, ave been bought by Ihe fed- super- nlcndcnt W. J. Lunney reports. Spot Fir Beetle CRANBROOK (Special) With Canadian Forest Service entomologists and B.C. Forest Service personnel here to plan a campaign against the spruce hark beetle, the subject of ap- pearance in some East Koote- nay areas cf the fir bark beetle at lower altitudes came up for examination. This insect is1 kin to the spruce bark beetle and has a similar life cycle and does sim- ilar' damage to standing wood. The fir beetle attacks previous- ly weakened trees in prefer- ence to green standing timber. Most conspicuous local out- breaks showing orange red needles are near the Cran- brook Golf Course and Pine- crest, and scattered patches arc showing in Whiteswan and upper Bull River-Quinn Creek. Soil Tests COALDALE (HNS) cil learned recently it cost fnr soil tests to be made on lh_ Sportplex site. The firm engaged for tin work was Material Testini Laboratories. Tliis amount will be takei out of the set aside fo the Sportplex preliminary plan ning. Council was awed at the Iiigf cost of the soil testing. Fluid raising for the Sport ilex should be reactivated councillor Hans Pfeffel tolt council. UiANBHOOK 'Special) Dr. lion Tinncy, University of Victoria faculty tjf cdwnlion, is preparing a core program he Magrs Celebrates July By MILDRED MARKER Herald News Service MAGRATH 'Hie Garde City vill officially open Hie ns1 town hal and library collide on its 71st birthday Friday July 24. A big birthday celebration i planned. The fun will start a.m. when the Magrat Lions Club offers pancakes t everyone in a breakfast cook out. From 8 to 9 a.m. a marchi band demonstration will tak place. The town hall will be off cially opened at 9 a.m. One hour later a parade wil move down main street. Ther. will be prizes for family, fra ternal, novelty, commercia floats; decorated cars: chi dren's best decorated bicycles tricycles, novelty, group anc single; horse and rider, couple novelty; scooter or motorcyel and many others. At 11 a.m. a program will be gin at th.e Magrath Elementary School big gym. The town has proclaimec July 24 a civic holiday and ex tended an invitation to al former residents and friends tc celebrate the 71st birthday. Please note: Every child who enter's the children's section and meets at the Bank of Mon treal (9 a.m.) receives 25 csnts Winners call at the Cal Alston home immediately after the parade. Other parade entries meet a tlie Town Park at 9 a.m. for judging. Post entries until 3 p.m. foi the horse races. These will include: pony race 13 hands and under; pony express 3 horses, 3 riders; pony chariot race flat; walk, trot, run; junior barrel race; senior barrel race; "the Indians are coming; pole bending; pony race over 13 hands; pony chariot slake race; junior bare- back wrestle; senior chariot race; ppsn stake race; open flat race; jumping exhibition. Auction Lots TABER (HNS) Twelve lots south of 50fh Ave. near Taber's new golf course will go on pub- lic auction at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 4. Council agreed the 74 by 100- foot lots in this area west of the Clearview Lodge should be offered at public auction with no building restrictions attach- Multiple units will not be al- lowed. The reserve bid of per :ot includes the usual services supplied by the town. The sale will take place at the town's administration building. will direct fur a B.C. Teachers Federation summer s h o r t course in Crtmbrook Aug. 17 to 28. Kindergarten and primary level teachers of special and regular classes will be laugh! to identify and diagnose learn- ing problems and disabilities at this key early school age so that help can be given. They will also be taught to recognize particular strengths v- J in (lie pupil-Hgc lowim! conlinucd development Dr. Tinncy is diagnostic and remedial specialist in this work. Working with selected groups of children for demonstration purposes in the cour.se will 1m Mrs, Arthur Eaglet, Kimbcrlcy school district reading co-ordin- al or, and Mrs. W. J. Cherzcm- pa, Creston scliool district read- ing consultant. Fight By NANCY MILES Herald News Service CRANBROOK East Koote nay pest control committee on its third 1970 assembly here this summer expressed satis faction with progress in its campaign against the spruce bark beetle. Members are B.C. Foresl personnel, representatives o the five major southern distric! woods manufacturers, and Ca- madian Forestry Sendee ento- mologists. In the interim sines June formation the known infesta- tions in five East Kootenay public forests from Canal Flat and Creston to the American boundary have been surveyed and logging priorities are being established in each ranger dis- trict for heaviest infestations toward attempting to control further1 spread. Unobserved initial infestation followed a freak north-south tornado in Crowsnest Pass wilderness some 70 miles long into Montana. Dying wilderness forest debris established per- fect breeding conditions for this ever-present forest menace to the area's top forest harvest species which grows at high al- titudes. This was four years ago. Two flights of beetles oc- curred during the hot dry early June weather, and continued luly heat indicates a third I forester. ,1. R. Johnson, who.so area covers all Kootenay- Bomidary. At this third meet- ing he acknowledged with thanks BCFS staff and aircraft contribution to the campaign, and enthusiasm and practical support given by the industry, along with active interest and willing cooperation of the Cana- dian Forestry Service. Police Issue Charges 177 COALDALE (HNS) Dui'- ing June the police department laid 177 charges. Last year the number was 65. In reporting recently, coun- cillor Ben Reimer said 36 of these were under the Criminal Code; 47 highway traffic act; 85 liquor control act; eight ju- venile and one under the stat- utes act. Nine warning tickets were is- sued, violations of the highway traffic act. It cost for guard duty. total of 91 prisoners were held. Many of these overnight- ers had over-indulged in liquor consumption. The town is able to claim a night for this type of person. luly heat indicates a third T flight possible which could leadlFor June it amounts to to much wider spread of dam- age. Fire detection fix.ed-wing air- craft Teconnaisance is incorp- orated watching for visible aeer.le damage for 1969, and S'ound surveys are current to ind new 1970 infestations. Committee chairman is BCFS Nelson Forest District More District Pages 20, 21 WATCHERS. MEETS EVERY TUESDAY 1 p.m. and p.m. EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Trust only tha original Weighl Watchers (TM) to watch your weight. Hundreds of thousands have done it sUccesifiilly. You can, too! REGISTRATION MEETING MEN WOMEN TEENAGERS For Further Information Coll 328-5832 Nine Events TABER (HNS) The addi- tion of a 350-yard race for two- ear-olds brings the number of vents on the racing form to line for the annual meet here londay, Aug. 3, z local civic oliday. Pari-mutucI betting will be a lature of the race meet, post mes skirting each half hour ommencing at 2 p.m. MR, VERN SCHEIDT and MR. ED SCHIRMAIER Are Pleased To Announce They Have Recently Purchased The UHRYN HOTEL and will now be known THE VENTURA HOTEL LTD, We are looking forward to serving liie people of Coaldale and Southern Alberta "Live Entertainment Every Saturday Nite" WHOOP UP SPECIALS 50 VACUUM CLEANERS Alt 1970 MODELS Values As High As 119.00. Your Choice of These Outstanding Buys For Only AL5Q ASK ABOUT OUR WASHER SPECIAL! FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd Avenue South Phones 327-6684 327-6070 See us for your pnrfs end service problems!