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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta O'ARCY RICKARD photo Not a drop Foremost marked its 60th anniversary on the week- end and the weatherman didn't co-operate. In other words, it didn't rain. Lethbridge had a lot of luck. It pour- ed, ending Whoop-Up Days with liquid sunshine. But in the dry country, 60th anniversary or not, farmers like Sidney J. Black of Foremost, who farms two sections, didn't get o drop. It they get a good rain this week a 15 or 20-bushel crop is possible. Many will get as low os eight bushels. FAMILY REUNION CLARESHOLM (Special) Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ander- son attended the recent reun- ion of the Anderson family held at Swan Lake west of Innis- fail More than 30 attended. SPARWOOD WINS NATAL (HNS) Sparwood Diamonds won the Sparwood Women's Second Annual Fast- ball' laurels as they won the three games they participated in, capping the tournament honors with a decisive win in the final by a '21-6 score against Fernie Northern Ho- tel. GRADUATES NOBLEFORD Miss Diane Erieison, daughter of the late Elmer Erickson and Mrs. Islay Erickson, was a re- cent graduate from the North- ern Institute of Technology in Business Admnstration, ma- joring in accounting. She is em- ployed by Imperial Oil at Ed- monton. CAREERS OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG PERSON DRIVER SALES REQUIREMENTS: 3rd class operators license, dean and neat appearance. personal interview phone: 327-5712 Canadian Propane Gas Oil Ltd. JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER We require a Journeyman Plumber with commercial experience. Applicant will be expected to do some take-off work and generally assist in building a me- chanical contracting shop in Lethbridge. Applicant should state age and complete resume of experience. This position offers a rewarding future to the successful applicant. All replies will be kept strict- ly confidential. Apply to. Box 74, Heiolfl COALDALE (HNS) The Barons Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: TABER: Tuesday, July 24, in the health unit office in the ad- ministration building, from 1< a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, July 24, in the Picture Butte High School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday, July 25, in the elementary school from to p.m. VAUXHALL: Wednesd a y July 25, in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Jury 26, in the health unit office stairs in the town office build- ing) from 10 am to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, July 26, in the health unit office in the administration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and. to 4 p.m. BARONS: Friday, July 27, in tte school from to p.m. TABER: Tuesday, July 31, in the health unit office in the ad- ministration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone: -Coaldale 345- or Taber 223-3911. The medical officer of health urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against contagious disease and tooth decay. Information on ven- ereal disease, a mounting health problem, is fully confidential and readily available. Kentucky fried coming up at Blairmore BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore town council has approved plans for a new Ken- tucky fried chicken establish- ment west of the 'Pass Com- munity Swimming Pool in west Blairmore. Construction has begun on the unit. It win cost about and will be operated by Kerr. Council approved a. grant of J100 to the Blairmore Minor Hockey Club. Citizen of the year Miss Gino DeAnna of Spar-wood receives a bouquet of roses from Sparwood Mayor Mike Hydomako. Miss DeAnna was recently named Spot-wood's Citizen of the Year. She is well- known for charitable work, particularly for visiting and comforting hospital patients. She is also active in many community organizations. Open teaching area ousted TABER (HNS) The wide- open spaces of Taber Central Elementary School are to be no more. Following a study of pro and :on arguments on the open caching area concept, the pub- ic school board has approved be construction of five perma- nent divider walls between the rarious teaching areas. The board acted on both par- ent and teacher complaints about the distraction occasion- ed by noise and confusion 'from ther classes in the same teaching area. Not all teachers objected to ie lack of separating walls some were satisfied with the modern concept. Generally the older teachers referred the conventional [assroom system of instruc- tion. The approved arrangement will still provide some flexibil- ity .toward the open area con- cept. Three walls consisting of folding doors will be installed to allow for class grouping and for a degree of sound isolation when separate rooms are desirable. All classroom .areas will con- tinue to have direct access to the central school library. The general arrangement is similar to the Vauxhall Elementary School. School superintendent James L. George says this work will be completed along with the re- construction made necessary a spring fire. He said that the present rate of progress in- dicates that the school will not be ready for occupancy for the Aug. 27 opening of the fall term. Because of the delay m school construction, elementary students will again be usin; rooms on the W. R. Myers High School. Miners' union names men to committees NATAL (HNS) At a recen meeting of the Michel Local No 7292, United Mine Workers of America, held in the Union Hall at Sparwood, committees were elected for a two-year term. The which is also known as that o grievance committee Firefighter retires C. Pyne, left, o member of the Taber Volunteer Fire Brigade for the past 25 years, receives cuff links from Taber Mayor Arthur H. on the occasion of his retirement from the department. Mrs. Pyne received a cup and saucer. shop stewards, will comprise the following: Underground, Pete Wiat, Robert Leader an John Bellamy; Banner 'opera tions, Robert Swaney and Roger Button; Elkview Preparation Plant, Rick Ganter and Don Daniel The inspection committee in- cludes Pete Wiat, John Bellamy and Robert Leader for .the Hy draulic Test Mine and Balmer North. The finance committee wil comprise Robert Swaney and Don Daniel The auditing com mittee includes Robert Leader and Pete Wiat, while the door man, Andy Latka was re-elect- ed. Members elected at a com mittee meeting to act on the executive along with the newly- elected slate of officers are Pete Wiat, Robert Leader Roger Button, Robert Swaney Rick Ganter and Don Daniel Completing the 10-member ex- ecutive are Stu Johnson, presi- dent; Len Bourne, vice-presi- dent; James CaWwell, secre- tary-treasurer; and Paul J. Chala, recording secretary. At the meeting John Desjar- dins was nominated ond elected by acclamation as Michel Loc- al's board member to District 18, UMWA. RINGERS COALDALE (HNS) Invi- tational Loiscsboe tournament winners: Casey Vanderladen, SHOP FOREMAN FOR LOCAL FARM EQUIPMENT and MACHINERY MANUFACTURER Must be experienced in this field and able to work well with other people and work, without supervision. Salary negotiable to experience: only experienced parties need apply. Apply in person to VIGORY EQUIPMENT LTD. 920 2nd AVE. 'A' NORTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-4389 Beltevue; Bob Moody, bridge; and Len Coaldale. It was Leth- the South County of Lethbridge Recreation Department. SLOW PITCH COALDALE (HNS) Men's stow pitch softball regional eliminations for the Summer Games were held for the Letfa- bridge County 26 recently. Main winners were the Ober Oilers of Coaldale. Teams a win were tbe Coaldale Coun- ty. Picture Butte, Coaldale LDS and Coaldale Truck Gen- be. Other teams competing were the Coaldale Kinsmen, Southern Signs, Iron Serin and the Lethbridge Correction- al Institute. MUSIC CAMP BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Mrs. Inger Randies, direc- tor of the Blairmore Junior Choristers, says a musk camp will be held the week of Aug. 13. It will be held at Rock Lane, B.C., and is open to all girls aged 7 to 14 years. Cost of ttie camp is per girl. Farther information may be obtained from Mrs. Randies at 562-2065. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB HUNTING Vcrnm DMMNC, tewdert ftep., Phme iheUthkidgeHerald Correspondent M Tow Alto CLARESHOLM PAUL ANDBtSEN M. M. GMMSBi (Sf) ..................MS-MIS COALDALE MRS. PITER TYMMJRSKI ................34X4921 courts MRS. HCNRT HACKt COWLEY C. A. WEBCfS CRANBROOK, B.C. NANCT JWIK ........................424-3232 DEL BONITA O. E. Mmr iwr yvui VJBUNY Tuttday, July M, THI UTHMIDOI HMALD 3 District Hews In Brief BIBLE SCHOOL NOBLEFORD A Vacation Bible School, spon- sored by the Monarch Reform- ed Church, is set to go Monday, July 23. For further informa- tion, phone Mrs. Chris DeJong at 824-3284. CHAMPION WINS NOBLEFORD (SpeciaD- The Babe Ruth League season wound up when Champion cap- tured playoff honors by defeat- ing Nobleford 17-13 in a slug- fest here recently. Champion won the series in two straight WINS DEGREE TABER (HNS) David A. Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham of Ta- ber, recently completed bachelor of commerce in accounting at the University of Calgary. He has been accept- ed to study law at the Univer- sity of Alberta. CLARIFY FINANCING TABER (HNS) Local hos- pitals may requisition mu- nicipal governments, by sup- plemental requisition, funds re- quired for building sites and grounds improvements, and for personnel residences, but may not requisition for operating costs and equipment, operating deficits, working capital or other expenses. MILLION CRANBROOK City property tax levy for 1973, paid by the July 5 deadline, tallied million in cash, with due "during the year from the provincial home-own- er grant, treasurer Daryl Bot- torff reports. Payments amount to 80.3 per cent of'the total cash due, with a five per cent penalty now applying on unpaid taxes. PINCHER FAIR SET PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek and Dis- trict Agricultural Society will hold its 22nd annual fair Aug. and 19. Bench exhibits will be in the new community hall; livestock at the Mr grounds; rodeo at the fair grounds; beer garden at the Memorial Community Centre Arena. WALKIE-TALKIE TABER (HNS) Taber's night constable and other mem- bers of the six-man Taber po- lice force are to have the ser- vices of a Motorola walkie- talkie radio set. It will be rent- ed from, and maintained by, 'Alberta Government Tele- phones. One unit only is re- quired. JUDGES 200 HEAD PINCHER CREEK (Special) Gerald M. Hochstein of the GMH Bluebird Ranch Ltd. re- cently judged 200 head of Aber- deen Angus cattle at the Red Deer Class B Fair. His late fa- ther, Cyril Hochein, was known province wide for his know- ledge of the Angus breed. BIBLE SCHOOL COALDALE (HNS) An in- terdenominational -daily vacation Bible school will be held from July 30 to Aug. 10 in the St. Joseph's School here from 9 to a.m. every week day. Anyone willing to assist is re- quested to phone Mrs. Frank Goertzen at 345-3755. TO EXPLAIN PLAN TABER (HNS) The man- ager of the Lethbridge district office of the Canada Pension Plan, J.-C. (Fern) Bouchard, will be in attendance at the Ta- ber Administration Building from 1 to 4 p.m. Thursday, July 26. He win answer questions and will assist in applying for the Canada Pension Plan, old age security and the guaran- teed income supplement. ATHLETES READY PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek Summer Games trials were held here recently. The turnout was very good in a few sports and poor in others. Raymond Summer Games will be held July 25, 26, 27 and 28. The timetable of ev- ents for July 25 will be: Rally and parade of athletes, 9 a.m.; opening ceremonies, 10 a.m., with the Games beginning at a.m. MflRffNcJO WORLD OF SHOES Clearance FINAL FOUR DAYS SELECTION OF WOMEN'S SUMMER SANDALS Reg. to 26.00 SELECTION OF MEN'S SHOES Reg. to 40.00 14 .99 BALANCE OF SUMMER SANDALS SELECTION OF HANDBAGS 5 .00 SELECTION OF SANDALS Broken and discontinued fines lefl. lo 30.00.............. 5 .99 Just Arrived A selection of new fall stock Southern Alberta Sampler net applicable en ttris salt OPEN THURSDAY T1U VM. fij HRfli WORLD OP SHOES 3I7A 6th STREET, DOWNTOWN ;