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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 23, 1973 THE IfTHBMDGI HERAID 3 District Hews In Brief WINS SCHOLARSHIP CLARESHOLM (Special) Miss Carol Ann Dodds has re- ceived a academic schol- arship from the Oral Roberts University at Tulsa, Okla., where she has completed first year studies. She is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dodds of Claresholm. She was born iff Claresholm and re- ceived all her schooling here. GRADUATES NOBLEFORD (Special) Miss Susan Urvold, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Urvold, was among recent nursing graduates of the Gait School of Nursing. TWO SCHOLARSHIPS NATAL (HNS) Scholar- ships of each were award- ed recently by Kaiser Re- sources Limited to two top students in the Fernie and Sparwood areas in June. Both awards were presented by Al Hewett, representing KRL. In Femie, Teresa Koza, 1973 graduate of Femie Secondary School, received the award, while in Sparwood it went to Anne Katrichak. BUS TOURJ5 NATAL (HNS) Kaiser Re- sources Limited has resumed a popular feature of its mining area. Free bus tours began July 4. There is a tour each Wednesday, leaving the KRL offices at Sparwood at 1 p.m. Anyone wishing to take ad- vantage of these tours should phone 425-8206 for a reserva- tion. OPEN FEED MILL TABER (HNS) The new Select Feeds Ltd. feed mill' was officially opened re- cently after nearly a year of reconstruction. Mayor Arthur H. Avery performed the ribbon cutting, assisted by owner Billie Holtman and manager Gerald Unger, Reg Wilke and Ted Dixon of Shur Gain, division of Canada Packers, were present. The former mill was destroyed by fire last Au- gust. 400 ATTEND CLARESHOLM (Special) Safeway Shelter Systems enter- tained members of the staff and their families at a picnic recently at Willow Creek, west of Stavely. About 400 attended. In the evening a barbecue and dancing were enjoyed at the airport. Colored lights brighten- ed the scene and an orchestra had been obtained for the occa- sion. FREE X-RAYS NATAL (HNS) About 450 people from the Sparwood area took advantage of the free chest x-ray service of "Operation Doorstep" of the TB and Res- piratory Disease Society at Sparwood recently. Money to finance the service is contribut- ed each year through the Christ- mas Seal Campaign. 25TH ANNIVERSARY NOBLEFORD Mr. and Mrs. Ernest VanDyke are in Qirincy, Wash., to help, their son Ralph and his wife celebrate then- 25th wedding anniversary. HOMECOMING KITS FORT MACLEOD (Special) Homecoming centennial kits are in the mail More than 000 former families have been contacted and invited "back home" for Homecoming week- end in July, 1974. The Fort Mac- leod centennial reunion will be the main event of the centen- nial year. EPEC Consulting Ltd. wins challenge of designing Cfanbrook water system CRANBROOK (Special) EPEC Consulting Ltd., with head office in Edmonton, has been awarded the engineering services design contract for fee city's million water supply and system improve- ment. The project was ap- proved by ratepayers a month o. name derives from En- vironmental, .Planning and En- gineering Consultants. Its of- fices extend to all three west- ern provinces. Its tender was lower than (be other two, those of As- sociated Engineering Services Ltd. and Underwood, McLel- lan and Associates with coun- cil nod given on a split 'vote. Last October EPEC opened its office here on east Baker Giant kite at Kekoe Park? Duane Charlesworth looks like he's about to take off on a giant kite. Actually he's making repairs to the children's merry-go-round at the Lethbridge County 26 Kehoe Park, northeast of Nobleford. D'ARCY RICHARD photo Ansclmi, Letasy, Storm and Filapuzzi roll up win Bocce, horse shoes keep miners busy NATAL weath- er prevailed throughout the day for the recent annual commu- nity picnic sponsored by the Michel Local No. 7292, United Mine Workers of America. It was held at the Crowsnest Pic- nic Grounds. The picnic was attended by the entire community of the District of Sparwood in gen- eral, .union members and their families from Femie and Crowsnest Pass areas who are employed at Kaiser Resources. About 500 people attended the event, well below the number Hargreave family reunited MONARCH A successful family reunion and picnic was held July- 7 at the Monarch riverboUom with 116 Har- greave family members attend- ing. Families came from Califor- nia, Vancouver, Cranbrook, Ed- monton, Heisler, and Calgary. Special tribute was given to the oldest man, 0. D. Roberts and oldest woman, Mrs. Mary Roberts. The oldest Hargreaves on hand were S. Hargreave and Mrs. Eva Hall. Due to the efforts of the Har- vey Sandham and the Tom Roberts families this reunion will be a yearly event. anticipated by the union com-1 District 18, UMWA, of Calgary. mittee. Also in attendance was Don- ald McDonald, president of He was accompanied by two of- ficial 'members of the Coleman local. Haultaiirs law certificate donated to Fort Macleod museum FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Fort Museum is fortun- ate in having a gentleman do- nate the law certificate earned by Sir Frederick Haultain to its artifacts collection. Two years ago a replica of the original law office was erected and donated to the mu- seum by Reg Jennings of Cal- gary. It is situated on the site where the first office stood. It houses many of the lawyer's books and furnishings. The certificate was issued to him Sept. from Osgoode Hall, Toronto from the benchers of the Law Society of Upper Canada. Sir Frederick Haultain went on from Fort Macleod to be- come the premier of the North West Territories. Coal truck route worries Coleman COLEMAN (CNP Coteman town council has been in contact with R. H. Cronkhitfi of the of highways regarding the cros- sing of the new proposed High- way 3 by a coal haul route Lomond girls win trip to Ottawa LOMOND (HNS) Two Grade 9 students from Lomond have been accepted by Edu- canada to fly to Ottawa for a this mouth. Miss Rhonda Ost and Miss Leanne Votesky leave Calgary by jet aircraft July 22. They win tour the capital and the area, around Ottawa. Also planned is a day in Mont- real. Activities win range from folk singing to boating. Educanada was organized by an Ottawa couple. Mr. and Mrs. Nutting, with the bulk of the funds coming from the de- partment of the secretary of state. from Coleman Collieries mines north of the town to the clean- ing plant on the south side. The coal trucks hauling steadily from the Vicary Mine area 12 miles north of Cole- man transport the coal down the Kananaskis highway to a point at the east end of the town where the trucks cross Highway 3. The new proposed highway through the Crowsnest Pass has been planned to be located on the north side of the present highway and north of the town. DEVELOPMENT Toe town of Coleman has a new sub-division opening up on the north side of town near the forestry complex, and another sub-division has been developed north of the highway and west of the town's Fhimerfelt park, near Nez .Pearee Creek. Further east of this area, the town is rebuilding its business section on the north and south side of the highway, just west of the new composite high school that was built three years ago. The town's intention is not to create problems for the con- struction of the highway but to look to the future and locate the coal haul route so that it does not impede the progress and planned future develop- ment of the town. In a statement to the Herald Mayor John HoJyk, said "coun- Drama, mask, puppetry workshops set for Aug. 2, 3 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Playhouse Theatre, a group of will noM six Calgary creative we actors, fcsnops for girls in the leadership train- ing in the Crowsnest Pass. They wiD be here Aug. 2 and 3. A for children will be staged at the Blairraone fea- Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION -s- JOB PRINTING Decora, Resident Rep., Phone belle SeUoa School grounds each day at a.m. They win bold workshops at 2 p.m. both days for girls in the leadership training program- The workshops win be devoted to creative drama, mask mak- ing and puppetry. They will arrive Wednesday. Aug. I. and billets are required for the group of six (which in- cludes one married couple, two boys and two girls all under 24 years of Persons wishing to provide billets for the evenings of Aug. 1 and 2 may phone Mary Lynn South at 562-2633, til is attempting to get a dele- gation from tile department of highways visit Coleman so that they can be taken on a tour of the area. Thus, a first band view of the situation can help resolve a location that would be satisfactory to Licence fee reduced on bitches CRANBROOK (SpecialV- An occasionally chauvinistic city council has unexpectedly bylawed female liberation in its new dog h'censing and im- poundment bylaw. The Kennel dub favoied end the SPCA was opposed. The city already has a leash bylaw forbidding dogs at large. Female liberation consists of a drop in annual licence from if unspayed to if un- spayed. Male dogs, tmneutred, rise to a year. Doctored dogs cost to B- cense. Liberation surge ends there. An unspayed femate-aMarge is subject to first offence, rising to for third and aD subsequent offences. Mate dogs at large, neotred or oot, win be pound-sprung at for first offence up to for their and subsequent im- poundments. The picnic commenced at 11 a.m. Sports during the day in- cluded children's races, and, for men and women, Italian bowling (bocci) competitions and horseshoe pitching contests. An ample supply of ice cream, hot dogs and pop was on hand. The women's horseshoe pitch- ing contest was won by Mrs. Pearl Zeith and Mrs. Linda Roberge. Second place went to Mrs. Jane Gauthier and Mrs. Rose McKenzie. Mrs. Rita La- Tonde and Mrs. Myrtle Cerny took third place. The men's horseshoe pitching contest, with ringers playing a major role in the finals, result- ed in Ed Daze and Paul Chala winning first place with Bob Hildebrandt and R. Prochinstk taking second place. Third place went to Romeo Bevilac- qua and D. McDonald. In the women's four-member bocce (Italian bowling) tourna- ment the final was won by De- vina Anselmi, Anne Letasy, Su- sie Storm and Helen Filapuzzi. Second place went to the team comprising Assunta Por- co, Antonette Templin, Rosa Melon and Fillomina Pallone while the team comprising Angelina Tombasso, Gail Tra- vis, Sophia Fontana and Judy McKinnon took third. In the men's four member bocce tournament the final was won by Peri Cossarini, Dom- inic Kolutchi, Hector Venone and Babe Tombasso. Second place went to the team comprising John Templin, Mark WaDdey, Fred Fontana and Pete Gaskell while Robert Ungaro, Bruno Peron, Angeto Zannon and Kirk Walkley won third place. TORCH TO ARRIVE TABER (HNS) Town coun- dlter Mrs. Helen Wentz win co- ordinate activities at the Com- munity Centre Saturday, July 21, when the Canada Sum- mer Games torch arrives from Newfoundland. Hie torch win be brought to town by a runner in Olympic fashion. The 1975 Canada Winter Games flag win be raised here at the same oc- casion. St., with manager M. M. Carirey, P.Eng., whose staff of will gradually escalate on final designs to be completed over winter with call for tenders to follow. Condition of the contract award is retaining of prime consultants on foundation and dam, Ripley, Klohn and Leon- off whose approval of assigned resident project engineer will also be required. Reservoir and dam will be located on the former Phillips ranch split by a Joseph Creek canyon near the foot of Baker Mountain. It was bought by the city four years ago. ,This part of the project, the design of the four to five miles of pipeline to the present city fringe reservoir and treatment Art Goode elected president of Happy Oldtimers club PICTURE BOTTE (Special) The Happy Oldtimers' Club here 're-elected president Art Goode. He will be assisted by vice- president Floyd Sinclair; secre- tary Mrs. F. (Helen) Sinclair; and treasurer Mrs. R. (Alice) Anderson. Committee chairmen are: Lunch, Mrs. Drennan; enter- tainment, Mrs. J. Ostrup; tele- phone, Mrs. C. H. Gillies; wel- coming, Mrs. A. Goode; dec- orating, Chrissie Van Den Broeke; float, Mrs. R. Ander- son; and bingo, Dick Anderson. Jim Ostrup will look after the janitoring crew. Recent activities included a visit to Fort Macleod to wit- ness the RCMP Centennial Mu- sical Ride; 40 toured the Fort Museum before making their way back to Picture Butt. A bus tour to Edmonton K planned. The HOT Club's New Hori- zons Committee, beaded by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ostrup, plans to publish a newspaper on a bi- monthly basis as soon as a fur- ther grant is received. This paper is designed to keep up with news of interest to senior citizens, reporting on the activities of the oldtimers Four girls direct fun at Cowley COWLEY (HNS) Under the Opportunities for Youth program here, a summer play- ground program, entertains Cowley youngsters from four to 10 years of age. They nave a chance to spend morning and afternoon periods with play and craft activities. Mothers who have to be absent from home may leave their lit- tle folk. This program begins at and goes until a.m., then from 1 'to p.m. Directing the program are four district girls, Betty Jo Murphy, Janice Day, Lynda Brockwell and Mary Anne BrockweU. They hope more wffl avail themselves of the free service. July and August this program operates out of St Aidaa's An- glican Church Hall, Cowley. Underground wiring seen for Frank FRANK (CNP Bureau) Frank may be the smallest community in the Crowsnest Pass but it might be the first in the district to have under- ground wiling. Alberta Government Tele- phones win be installing its un- derground teies through this area and Hie Village of Frank is looking into the feasibility of laying its power lines in the same ditch, A survey is now beiag con- ducted. If it is found to be economical the project would be done on a cost-share basis between the two bodies. KUMWS KUSTOM Kftl ITO. Will be creeping for installation of a complete werter pressure system including end a system capable of constant 80 pressure end able to facilitate gallons per day. Bidt dose August 1973. Submit bidi KUEnWN'S KUSTOM KM. ITD. P.O. tac 135 Taber, at Nobleford, Barons, Monarch and locally. The local recreation director, Morley Roelofs. is assisting the committee responsible for this project. Plans are also in hand for the formation of a senior citi- zens' choir in the club. PRODUCTIVE FORESTS More than 73 per cent of Brit- ish Columbia is forest covered, and more than 34 of this area produces marketable timber. plant much lower on Joseph Creek and tile distribution sys- tem will be separately engi- neered and tenders may be called for combined or sep- arate contracts. Little actual construction will be possible before the 1974 spring thaw. The acutely-needed improve- ment could be operating by late next summer. Barrows family gathers MTJLK RIVER 150 attended a Barrows reunion at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Loft of Milk River. Five generations were repre- sented, the oldest being Mrs. Frank (Katie) Barrows of Warner, and the youngest, her great great grandchild, who was one year and one day old. Relatives came from Wiscon- sin, South Dakota, Montana, Oregon, Washington, British Co- lumbia and Alberta. After a beef barbecue dinner at noon, there was a program of the history of the Barrows family, going back to the grandparents' marriage in 1865. This was the first reunion since the grandparents' Golden Wedding anniversary in 1915. Spends tveek at Ottawa Miss Jayne Yalowega of Iron- Springs, Grade 11 stu- dent at Picture Butte High School, is in Ottawa for Edu- Canada. In this program, students from across the nation visit the capital to foster Canadian unity. During the week the students will be tnken on a comprehensive tour of Ottawa, visiting the Parliament buildings, the Mint, and oilier points of interest. While there, they are housed by the Carlston school beard. During the week they will also visit Man and His World, the site of Expo '67 in Montreal, and Notre Dame Cathedral. They will be taken on a tour of old Montreal. They will also view the St. Lawrence Seaway and Upper .Canada Village. REPORT yonr r H nil i lie lethbridge Herald Correspondent in Yovr Area CURESHOIM PAOl ANDERSEN M. M. GRimSEM (SP) COAIDAIE MRS. PETER TYMBURSKI COUTTS MRS. HENRY HACKE COWLEY C. A. WEEKES CRANBROOK, B.C. NANCY WiltES................... Oil BONFTA C. t DAITOK........................ Contort these people for ywr District or Oawrfied Advertising 235-9615 34SJ921 62WM1 6532111 ;