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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta luoidoy, July 3D, 1970 TH! LETHBRIDOE HERALD 3 Two Bands Enliven Cardston Parade By CAT1IEK1NK HULL Herald News Service CARDSTON The day wa cloudy and cool just right to the spectators who lined th streets to view one of Card slon's better parades. Adding to the spirit of parade were the two bands the Magrath-Cardston Marchin Band and the Kiwanis Bam from Lethbridge. After an absence of man; years the crowd was thrilled t see the return of a local bant in the parade. The Lion's Club was in chargi of the parade with Otto Tjerne lund as chairman. Parade Marshal was Haj Stoddard, assisted by Haroli Watson and Johnnie .lanisko. Following are the results: FLOATS Best commercial Float: 1. Treasur Branch 2. Central Service. Besl Service Club: 1. Lion's Club 2. Rolary Club. Best Decorated Float: 1. Ford Ma clcod; 2. Anderson Family, Cardston Floats, general: 1. Third Wa- Gltlde Patrol Cheyenne Troop; Cardslon Fair. DECORATED CAR 1. Alberta wtieat Pool; 2. Depai ment of National Heallh and Welfare Best Anllque Car: 1. Harvey Reo 2. George 1912 Cose CHILDREN'S Best Decorated Bike Boys, 1. B, ton Carlson; 2. Mark Pilcher: 3. Tyle Hunter. Besl Decorated Bike Girls 1. Tar Sommerlcldt; 2. Esther Tailleathers 3. Carol Shaw. Best Novelty Costume Girl l BecKy and Bonnie Forsyth; 2, Chery Leavilt. Best Comic Boy: T. Greg Meyer. Best Comic Girl: 1. Karma ar Kelly Bevans; Julie Anne Johnson Best Children's Float lie- Brad and Randy Meyer and Roberl Paul and Debra Schultz. Best Decorated Wagon or Trlke 1. Geraldlne Low. INDIAN SECTION Best Float: 1. Harrison Blackplume Best Buck Costume, Mounted: Chief Shot Both Sides. Best Squaw Costume Mounted: I Mrs. Geraldine Holland-lrayols. MOUNTED SECTION Children under U years, Bes Mounted I. Gary Bevans; Tim Bevans; 3. Grant Gales. Best Mounted Cowgirl: 1. Tami around o Play Programs Doing Well ELAJRMOKE Sponsored by the Crowsnest Pass recrea- tion board, playground activity classes' including two in Cole- man, Blah-more and Bellevue and one each in Hillcrest anc Frank, are being well patron- ized by the youngsters in the 'Pass." Attendance the first week o! operation was encouraging with more than children at- tending. The programs at the play- grounds include a wide variety of activity, including day and night camps, pet days and Las Vegas days. HONOREn FORT MACLEOD Gover- nor General Roland Michener and Mrs. Michener were honor- ed at a pre induction dinner at the A. G. Swinarton residence. The guests included Honorary Kainai Chieftainship members and their wives, Town Council- lors and their wives, civic offi- cials, representatives of the de- partment of Indian affairs, lo- cal M e ni b e r of Parliament, Dean Gundlock- local MLA, Leighton Buckwell, Mayor and Mrs. A. Anderson of Lethbridge and representatives of the news media. The spacious gardens afford- ed the guests a pleasant social hour prior to the 20-car caval- cade from Fort Maclesd to Standoff with an RCMP escort. Parkin; 2. Donny Ducc; 3. Darlene Atwood. Juniors 12-15 years: Besl Mount- ed Cowboy: 1. Jim Broadncad; 2. Monty Smjlh. Best Mounted Cowgirl: 1. Vlcklo French; 2. Terry Lynn Ducc. Seniors 16 and over Bes! Mounted Cowboy: 1. Ray LaRosc; 2 Conway Bovans. Btst Mounted Cowgirl: 1. noon; 2. Karen Pilling. Besl Glamorous Oullll: 1. Cllfl Pet- erson; 1. Edna LoRose. Besl Family of Four, Western: Tif, Oscar Bevans Family and C. w. Marsh Family, Furl Macleod. Novelty, Mounted: 1. Knron dcr; V. Russell Bllllnejsley 3. Tammy Kearl and Pally Hamilton. Step Lively Gals, Someone'May Be Watching Mrs. Holland Wins Best Costume Clark Favors Idea MAGRATH (HNS) "Educ tion Minister Clark looked f vorably on the request for a ne High School in stab Alvin Bullock, MP, when i terviewed recently. Mr. Clai inspected schools in the Car ston Division in June. Magrath's brick High Schoc was constructed in 192-4 and no longer adequate for pupil needs. STOCK LAKES NANTON Completed ha been the program of stocking local fishing area. Placed ui Chain Lakes were rail bow trout fingerlings and streams west of Claresholm were put rainbow trou yearlings. William Willows, fish an wildlife officer here, says fisl ing is "pretty good" in Chai Lakes. Pike and perch ar caught in Travers Lake, he con linued. Mr. Willows said streams ar ligh and muddy following re- cent rains. AUG. 3 HOLIDAY NANTON At the July 1 council meeting, Mayor Wolsten lohn declared Monday, Augus 3, 1970 a civic holiday for th >urpose of holding the Littl Britches Hodeo and Lost Lemo e Day and in order that al citizens may have the opportu nity to attend. Plans include a chuckwagon ii'eakfast on main street- [iant parade, the Little Britche: todeo and games of chance a Hodeo grounds, an evening bar jecuc at the community centre nd finally a dance and carni 'al slated for the Nanton rena. TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE As authorized by Section 237 (2) of the Municipal Government Act, the Council of The Town of Picture has declared MONDAY, AUGUST 3rd a Civic Holiday in the Town of Picture Butta. H. MORIYAMA Secretary-Treasurer COUNTRY NEWS These Are fte letlihtidge Herald Correspondents In Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P-0. Box MS CRANBROOK NANCY MIIES (Special) 304 ilh St. 5. ETZIKOM MRS. THEKLA EHNES................... Osn. Del, FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGG.......................... Box 381 FAITH MRS. THEKIA EHNES Cen. Del. Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising Auxiliary RCMP Serve Community CRANBROOK (Special) Nine new auxiliary members I the permanent RCMP detacl ment here were sworn in b Judge David Lunn Wednesday and nine continuous auxiliary members since it was establisl ed under civil defence in 196 DISTRICT DOINGS 18th LARGEST PINCHER- Accor ing to Provincial figures, Pin cher Creek is the eighteen! largest town in Alberta on th basis of population. The rccog nized 1970 census sets th figure at Population of the Municipa District of Pincher Creek No. is recorded at Cowley 1S4 and Glenwood 194. Towns larger than Pinche Creek include. St. Alber Ft! McMurray Peace River Ft. Saskat chewan Taber 4.691, Hin ton Ponoka Stettle St. Paul Edso) Vegreville Wain wright Brooks Drayton Valley Olds 3405 Claresholm Lacombe 3, 228. There ars 102 incorporate! :owns in Alberta at the presen PRAISES CENTRES BROOKS M. E. (Max! Ferguson, past president of th< Canadian Amateur Sports Fed ration had nothing but praise or the Medicine Hat, Brooks and Bedcliff Canada Games lommittee and its brief pre- pared in an attempt to get th< 973 Canada Summer Games or the three centres. Mr. Ferguson recently inspcc- ed sites in Medicine Hat and Redcliff and was in Brooks vher'e he was taken to Laka s'ewell by a reception commit- ee including Mayor Bev Nel- on and Chamber of Commerce resident Bob Brsakell. Mr. Ferguson said he was im- ressed that the three south- astern communities are puli- ng together in a common goal. I like to see something like lat three communities for- ctting all of their difference nd working for a common ood. It is definitely an advan- age rather than a disadvan- agc." HUNTING RULES CRANBROOK The 1970 iunting regulations are now be- ing printed and may be obtain- d from Fish and Wildlife ranch offices. Government .gents, and all licence issuers hrotignout the province. Changes include: A cou- w tag licence for resident ud non resident hunters, a laudatory guide requirement all non resident hunters hen hunting cougar and wolf; id non residents' will larged a trophy fee of J60.no ir cougar ami for wolf. In commenting on big game masons, Dr. Hatter, Direct o r, ish and Wildlife Branch, ated that game seasons were enerally similar to those in W9, or slightly shortened. An- rless seasons have not been iminafed in any Management ren, although some have been educed. repeated- their oaths. The new members have com pleted 25 hours in service practical work on the beat an< academic training to quab'fy They are Brian Fisher, Wesley Gerlack, Grant Hartnett, Jake Rempel, Rick. Stevenson, Bob Tatlow, David'Walde, Derek Webb and Dick Focliler. Two additional members have also transferred from other areas. Seven year veterans are El mer Becker, Alan and Jim Car lisle, Bob Cleland, Fred Jack son, Ken Moore, George Shaw Bill Swanson and Art Whitlock This group has contributed during the year without remu Deration hours volunteer emergency service on call. Two particular emergencies, an aircraft crash on the city outskirts, and a hunt for a miss ing Kimberley youth were diet by Staff Sergeant W. A. T. Tool ey as situations where they were indispensible, covering a drastic HCMP personnel short age for requirements. Recently during this period and season of vandalism the auxiliary is supplying supple- mentary patrol service teams during weekends for which token remuneration has been established, but otherwise the service is volunteered. Their citizenship and com- munity service contribution was warmly commended by Judge Lunn, Mayor Klinkhamer and Alderman Leonard at the cere- mony of talcing the oath. GET DEPOSITS CRANBROOK Deposits on hand at city hall for electrical utility hookups can be picked up at any time. "There has been a lot of cri- ticism about the handling of the electrical Aid. Don Sh'erling told council. "There should be a notice put m the papers on how to get them back. We don't want peo- thinking we are trying to gyp them." With the takeover of the elec- rical utility by B.C. Hydro no deposits are required, thus city electrical users are entitled to a deposit return. If paid in re- cent years this would be mt it could be or if paid a number of years ago. Scouts Show Fine Float Garden City Marks Day MAGRATH (HNS) Mrs. Watson Ririe was in charge of the program for Magralh's Birthday. A capacity crowd filled the Elementary School Gymnasium as former residents and citizens enjoyed reunion. Town councillor Cal Alston welcomed all and paid tribute to our pioneers who made Ma- grath possible. The town started in 1899 when a few families wer'e called to settle a tract of land donated by the late C. A. Magrath, for- mer Mayor of Lethbridge. Mrs. Cal Alston announced the following program: 0 Canada, directed by Guinel Anderson with Mrs. Glen Flet- cher as pianist; Prayer Bish- op Nyal Fletcherj Children's ChorXis Mrs. G. Anderson ac- companied by Janice Toomer with Cindy Rice as soloist. Mexican Hat Dance Joanna Ririe Mimi "Walking a Sheri Hohm; Skies" Joy Barker, Sharon Gorham, Christal Harker ac- companied by Mrs. G. Fletch- er; Impersonation Mrs. Jo- layne Hill, Raymond. Character Ballfit "Windy Day in the Park" by Nola Dahl; Saxaphone solo Donald Ham- ilton; Pantomime Kent Isaacson, Lelhbridge; Ukrain- ian Folk Dance Lora and Tina Ponomar in colorful cos- tumes; Benediction Don Woolley, Ames, Iowa. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Sldg. 328-4095 Tax Travellers Klinkhamer Urges CRANBROOK (Special) Mayor Maurice Klinkhamer is proposing to city council it con- sider setting a one-dollar1 pas- senger charge for airport reve- nue toward improving shoe- string terminal facilities at Cranbrook airport. Average per month count at present is about people embarking and rises steadily. The dollar can be incorporated into the airline ticket and re- mitted to the city. The million airport for commercial service of PWA and B.C. Airlines, now merging, has been in service two years half- way between Cranbrook and Kiniberley, built by the depart ment of transport with certain requirements from the city. These included terminal ar- rangements which are "tempor- ary" in the comer of a depart- ment warehouse. City airport operations last year at reve- nue of showed a modest deficit covered by DoT, and ithout additional revenue the city cannot undertake its 15 per ent share in provision of ade- quate and appropriate terminal amenities for passengers. Council airport committee Al- dermen Steff Alchison and Don Sherling have reported DoT rul- ing the city responsible for air- port disaster emergency equip- ment and no facilities ai'e eas- ily available there at present. The city has also been notified hat all weather blind landing procedures are not practical at Uranbroofc airport until a hol- low and hill at the east end of the mile long runway are grad- ed to runway level. Mayor Klinkhamer was of the opinion the DoT interest in im- provements such as these, and improving the standard of elec- trification which is below B.C Electrical Code standards was unlikely unless the airport could derive increased revenue for its 15 per cent share in the work to be done. He has arranged a meeting within the next month with Okanagan Kootenay member' of parliament Doug Stewart to- ward discussing the department and city attitudes on continuing improvements" and particularly on action toward retaliation of a p r o p e r, permanent, emer- gency equipped passenger ter- minal such as other interior municipalities on the same com- mercial flight route offer. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blmrmore Phona 562-2149 ARTS, CRAFTS CLARESHOLM (HNS) The arts and crafts trailer' van of the provincial secretary's de partment will visit Clareslioltr August 10 to 21. The van wil be located at the town park in the area east of the swimming pool. The van is designed as a com pact method of showing whal can be accomplished in the matter of assistance with an experimental type of program in the area of children's arts and crafts. ENJOY FOREST WARDEN CAMP Alvin Yellowhorn, Donnie Smith, Sam Warrior and Johnny Bastion, all of the Peigan Indian Reserve, are enjoying the activities of the Junior Forest Warden camp at lynx Creek. Participation by the Indian children of the Peigan Reserve has been organized by ihe Wardens in conjunction with the Nopi Friendship Association, Ed lunn Photo. HOMEOWNERS BORROW UP TO or more MORTGAGE FUNDS AVAILABLE from Avco Financial Services Canada's number one financial services organization FAST SERVICE FAVOURABLE TERMS Get the money you need for: REMODELING Build that addition Remodel that kitchen DEBT CONSOLIDATION Pay off old debts, have one monthly payment at terms to fit your budget MAJOR PURCHASES A new car, boat, or trailer jjSESim FINANCIAL SERVICES "We Believe in You" 309-6th Street or call the Avco Office near you Mortgage Mgr. Avco Financial Services I would like more information about your mortgage loans Address. Phone_ ;