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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta COALDALE YOUNG VOYAGEURS LEAVE FOR FONT- HILL, ONT. On the way are, fronl row, left to right, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Slemko, adull escorts, and Sharon Andro- kovich, Vickey Kupis, Rosanna Slemko, Joyce Bond, Car- lyn Malkus, Donna Androcovich, Colleen Oshiro, Rila Sincennes, tinda Oshiro, Linda Pavan and Lorella Slemko; back row, Ernesl Granson, Gerry Rickerl, Dwayne Bac- zuk, Jeff Baczuk, Leo Macht, Jock Hall, Brian King, Guen- Iher Macht, Tony Marlens and Peter Friessen. Tymburski Photo Coaldalers to see Niagara Falls By MAItY TYMBUIISKI Herald News Service COALDALE A tola! of 21 local high school students and two adults recently left Coal- dale for a two-week Young Voyageur trip to Fonthill, Ont., just outside of Welland. The Young Voyageur pro- gram is sponsored by the pro- vincial and federal depart- ments of culture, youth and recreation. The two adult escorts are Mr. and Mrs. Steve Slemko. They left Coaldale by charter bus to Edmonton where they would spend about one day. From there they would board a CNR train to Toronto and then on to Fonthill by charter bus. The group will visit Toronto, Ottawa and Niagara Falls, tra- velling by charter bus. During their stay in the east they mil take in many special events Included in the itinerary: a visit to Effingliam Park; bar- becue and splash party; to Niagara Falls End on the Maid of Mist at Niagara; to the Sir Adam Beck Generating Station; a reception dinner at the Look- out Point Golf C'.jb in Fonthill; a tour of the Ontario Science Gardens; the Vineland Exper- imental Station and laborator- ies; tour of the Henley Rowing Course and the Welland Canal. They will visit the historic Niagara on the Lake and Fort George and other places. The group will take the plane from Toronto to Calgary. They plan to return to Coaldale on Aug. 1 on a charter bus from the Calgary airport. Going on the Young Voyageur trip: Guenther Macht, Gerry Rickert, Leo Macht, Jeff Bry- ant, Ernest Granson, Peter Friesen, Dwayne Baczuk, Brian King, Tony Martens, Carlyn Malkus, Linda Oshiro, Vicky Kupis, Loretta Slemko, Colleen Oshiro, Rila Sincennes, Sharon Androkovich, Rosanna Slemko, Joyce Bond, Linda Pavan, Jack Hall and Donna Androkovich. up of District News _ Dance in gym CLARESHOLM (HNS) The Claresholm Lions Club was suc- cessful in its request to get the use of the gym of the high school here for the Nov. 17 dance. Permission includes the con- sumption of liquor under the regulations of the board. Also granted was permission for the Centennial Society of Fort Macleod to use the gym and cafeteria of the F. P Walshe School with liquor pri- vileges next Oct. 13 for 5140. No amalgamation NATAL (HNS) Sparwood and Femie boards of trade are not likely lo amalgamate, but they may be working more closely together Fernie and District Board of Trade president Jack Minton said at a recent meeting, when the BT met at Snow Valley Chalet, that he had been ap- proached about possible amal- gamation by a spokesman from Sparwood Chamber of Com- merce. In discussion which followed it was considered impractical to amalgamate, but it was hoped by Mr. Minton that some joint meetings can be held and that on projects of mutual advan- tage, both groups can work to- gether. Vote again CRANBROOK (Special) City ratepayers will vote again soon. In a referendum bylaw to approve city financing of a new Cranbrook Curling Club rink lo be located in Bal- ment Park. Committees [rom council and the club will work out some tine points before voting date is set. Ratepayers overwhelmingly approved a bylaw June 23 for repair and renovation of their condemned Memorial Are- na which flanks the existing curling rink on North 2nd St. and shares its ice plant. Probes bylaw CRANBROOK (Special) Regional District of East Kool- enay technical planning com- mittee has met for a thorough inspection of the proposed RDEK zoning bylaw for rural Cranbrook. This large appointed commit- tee represents as many public interests as possible toward pa- tient application of basic mul- tiple land use principles. Board balks CLARESHOLM The board of the Willow Creek school division held a long dis- cussion at a recent meeting on a proposal by the Calgary Birth Control Association to present a program to junior and senior high school students here. A motion by trustee Gerald Lxiree of Parkland to request the CBCA to present the pro- ;ram was tabled on a motion Art Grant of Claresholm. It was then again lifted from ;he table and further discussed. Mr. Loree finally withdrew his original motion. Mr. Grant made a motion, which passed, hat the birth control matter >e referred to the Chi n o o k Health Unit for it to deal with.. Safety, Traction, Stability and Improved Fuel Economy Nine Ply Puncture Protection YOKOHAMA RADIALS Stop and Compare MIIE GUARANTEE LEONARD TIRE MART LTD- 1702-2 Avenue S. Phone 327-3580 "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL" Ministering NATAL (HNS) Two young women, a deaconess and a stu- dent, minister, are filling as ministers in the United and Anglican churches in Sparwood, the Elk Valley and the South Country. The East Kootenay Ecumen ical Ministry was formed by the United and Angli can churches to provide a minisler or rector for communilies from Vfardner to the B.C.-Alherta boundary, excluding Fernie. Miss Charlotte McLean and Miss Brenda Ferguson are fil- ling this need. Miss Brenda Ferguson, stu- dent minister of the United Church, whose home town is Victoria, is living in Sparwood, visiting and preaching, duties that would have been done by an ordained minister had one come to the area. Miss Ferguson came here April 23 and will stay until the end of August. Case closed Investigation of the murder June 21 of Frank Mott at his Cobham St. home is complete and the case is closed, RCMP Sgl. N. S. Shaigec reports. A tenant of the cabin complex he operated there, Daniel Al- exander Krillow, 26, caused the death by knife wounds with the motive of robbery. Extent of the robbery is not known. Krillow, who had vanished ;he following day, presumably in Mott's car, which was found ditched east of Waidner, was deemed a suicide at an inquest several days later in Winnipeg, where his body was found. He had lived in Cranbrook since March 15. Mott had only one leg, and operated a clothing and furni- ture exchange on Cobham. The door of his cabin had been forced and his body was found the following morning. Open house today MAGRATH (HNS) Open house for A. E. Critchfield's 100th birthday will be held in the LDS Seminary Room here today from 3 to C p.m. instead of at the school as previously stated. Shower held NATAL (HNS) _ A shower was held in St. Michael's Hall al Sparwood recently in honor of Mrs. Anlhony Pisoni, nee Lorene Desharnais, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Deshar- nais of Frank. The honored guest was es- corted into the hall by Miss Col- leen Parry of Sparwood and Miss Barbara Pisoni, cousin of Ihe groom, of Fernie, who later assisted in opening Lhe gifts. Also assisting were the bride's mother in law, Mrs. P. Pisoni of Sparwood and the brides's grandmother, Mrs. J. Ennis of Blairmore. The evening was spent with guests playing games of whist and bingo. Taber MD okays plan to run dump TABER (HNS) A policy of joint operation of land fill nui- sance grounds has been ap- proved by the Taber MD cil following representations by the towns of Taber and Vaux- hall. Taber town councillors Wayne Cough and Mike Powell presented statistics collected over two months showing a ra- tio of two to one for loads of garbage dumped by town and municipality residents respec- tively. The council confirmed its previous decision to share op- crating costs on the same one- third basis, the town piclcing up the remaining two-thirds of ex- penses. The council also clari- fied use of MD equipment in the land Till, also as previously agreed. A similar arrangement was approved for the Town of Vauxhall where MD equipment has been used to construct dis- posal trenching for waste dis- posal. Under a ]971 bylaw allocat- ing of "improvement" grants to communities within the municipalily, council ap- proved payment of grants of each to the towns of Vauxhall and Taber on receipt of their formal applications. The figure again came before he council when that amount was approved for transfer as second payment on an advance loan to the town of Taber, leaving a balance of principal plus interest on the advance. The council has approved in 1969 a grant of toward the construction of the commu- nity centre here, payable in July 54, 197? THE IETHBRIDGE HERALB 3 years. instalments over five SUCCESSFUL PROGRAM Organizing and operating creative playgrounds for child- ren of Ihe 'Pass, a recreational cleanup program, on arts and crafts centre, a varied program of aclivities for senior citizens and the recreation bus. Opportunities for Youth members, front row, Monica Ullmon, Maureen Longworth, Leah Trudeau, Linda Russell, Brenda Kubec; second row, Connie Kurlinoff, Bonnie Dobek, Sherry Freeman, Linda Morgetak; third row. Violet Zuk, Jill Ingra m, Marisso Blondheim, Linda Proc, Irene Rojkowski, and back row, bus driver Joris Kempers, Jane Lindholm, Theo Serra and Joseph Colucci. -Vern Decoux Photo Bellevue tries lo meet expenses 140-mill tax rate struck BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) Bellevue village council has struck a lax rale of 140 mills for the coming year. The 140 mills are divided for the following purposes: 81.2, municipal; 45, school; 10 for hospital; 3.5 for the health unit; and .03 for other purposes. The council has also announc- ed there will be no discount on taxes this year. Taxes unpaid after 60 days from the issuance of notices will be penalized two per cent and an additional four per cent will be added after Jan. 1, 1973, in acy unpaid bal- Oldtimers seek use of library By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE A delegation representing the newly organ- ized senior citizen's association met Blairmore council last week seeking use of the library build- ing that will soon be vacated when the library moves into the basement of the new town office complex. Council approved making the building available for them. The dog nuisance problem was discussed. Due to the town being unable to secure the ser- vices of a dogcatcher or dog control officer town employees "1 be given the duty of en- forcing the local bylaw. It pro- vides stiff penalties for owners allowing unlicensed dogs lo be larbored and for allowing dogs to run at large or being a nuis- ance or being dangerous to the public. It was reported Ed Flak Con- struction of Lethbridge will be proceeding with the construc- tion of new dressing rooms at .he arena. Delay was caused by the original plans and spe- cifications having to be modi- led in order to meet the town's judget for the project. The town has budgeted about for the project. The milding is expecled to be ready or use in mid-September. Council will meet following he July 26 closing date for ten- ders on storm sewers, side- walks, curbs and gutters to eva- luate the bids submitted. Ten- ders for the paving project will be opened in August. Council has been Lhe target for many complaints regarding the condition of Highway 3 through town. The town is hope- ful the department of high- Coke-testing oven first out west EDMONTON (CP) Feder- al mines minister Donald Mac- donald has announced the es- tablishment of a coke-testing oven in Edmonton, the first of its kind in weslern Canada. He made the announcement at a meeting with the five major western coal producers. A mines department official said the oven, given to the de- partment by Algoma Steel Corp., is valued al about 000 and mil aid producers in determining the market for their coal. Up to now, weslern coal was tested at the department's plant in Otlawa. The oven will Be in operation within six months. Mr. Macdonald, who has just returned from a tour of the western Arctic, called the Ed- monton meeting to hear first- hand the problems of western coal men. Attending were representa- tives from Luscar Lid., Cole- man Collieries Ltd., Kaiser Re- sources Ltd., Fording coal Ltd., and Mclntyre Mines. In a press statement, the min- ister said the rapid growth of western coal industry generated a strong demand for the test- ing oven. "We expect that this test centre will assist exploration companies in the selection of coal mining areas and in planning markets for Iheir pro- he said. ways will take action to rectify this hazardous condition. Reports indicated council Is continuing negotiations to pur- chase land west of the town limits which will be used for a housing development. In other council business, It was disclosed attendance at the new swimming pool was good despite "lousy" weather, STEP employees are p a i n t i n g the I arena and assisting in the relo- I cation of the town library; and j progress is being made in hir- ing an electrician 'o replace the former electrician who has re- tired. OK classroom CLAHESHOLM (HNS) Tile board of the Willow Creek school division has approved the addition of a second class- room at the Granum Hutterita Colony. A portable school building Is being brought in. It will be sep- arate from the church building, customarily used for school in the Hutlerite communities. There were 34 students in the Granum school last terra. 21 leave for Montreal on young voyageurs trip Pinkiieys chaperone Voyageurs Dy MARG LUNN Special Correspondent PINCHER CREEK-Twenty- one boys and girls left Pincher Creek recently for a trip to Montreal, under Ihe sponsor- ship of the Young Voyageurs. Wayne Pinkncy, co-ordinalor, and Mrs. Pinkncy accompanied the students ns chnnerones. Tills group is Ihe only one going to Montreal. Students going on the Voya- gcur program are: Belly Ann Dickson, Virginia Hanford, Vernn Blackburn, Brian Bnkcr, Milton Allrcd, Richard Frocsc, David Orvis, Brian Coolcy, Bruce llinmnn, Coimic Sproulc, .loan McRae, Mnrlenc Bowmnn, Elnora Jaflzen, Grace Olysbjg- er, Mono Billey, Ramona Shcm- ko, Brenda Brown, Larry Simp- son, Tom Robinson, Richard Moiicmer and Alan Bower- sock. Leaving lown by bus in (he Radio studio BLAlRMOnE (CNP Bureau') A small dot nlop the long mast (perched on a hillside be- tween Blairmore and Colcman) was a C.IOC technician instal- ling equipment on the radio station's lower. The radio station, to be lo- caled in Bljiinnorc, will have n slwlio on the main street. It expected operations will begin early this fall. early afternoon Ihe students travelled to Edmonton where they were to be overnight guests at the University. They would be free lo sightsce until boarding the CN train for Mon- Irenl. En route they will have Iwo days in the nation's capital as guests of Ihe hosling service of the dcparlmenl. of Ilic secretary of stale. While in Quebec for seven days they will spend five In Montreal and two in Quebec City. The rolurn to Edmonton will bo made by plane. Recently guests under the same program were n girls and 10 boys from Chnlhnm, Out. Their (l.iys were well spent wllh a trip to Waterloo, Inking a tour ol Uio pack, a barbecue sponsored by the Kinsmen, and the dance, The following day the host families plan activities. On the Monday the Town of Pincher Creek and Ihe Munici- pal District of Pincher Creek No. 9 held a welcoming ban- quet for 66 at the Buckhorn guest ranch. One of Hie highlights was a two-day trip to Radium Hot Springs, Banff and Ihe Calgary Stampede. The Pincher Creek School Division donntcd the use of fl bus for Hie week, and the Stu- dent's Council donnled towards nclivillos. while Mnllhcw Ilnl- ton students raised s o m c money by selling chocolate bars. USED COLOR TV'S TRADED IN AT SMITH'S PHILCO 21" CAB 99 A, As Is PHILIPS 25" CAB ,00 As Is PHILIPS As Is G.E. 25" CAB 33.00 As Is MOTOROLA 22" TABLE 0 As Is Electrohome 25" CAB Fully Reconditioned 1ST COME 1ST SERVED NO PHONE ORDERS SMITH'S V f-dp Ed Smith Goran) Comod Mllio PIclP.II Ploltoll Miskulin 13th St. N. Lolhbridge ;