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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta July 31, 1973 THE UTHSWOOi HttAlB i i District Hews In Brief New dumps needed JUDGING WORKSHOP CLARESHOLM judging workshop will be held in the provincial building here Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 8, to outline required standards of fair exhibits. Time of the work- shop is to 4 o'clock, ANNUAL PARLEY FORT MACLEOD (Special) _ The old age pensioners' an- nual conference for southern Alberta will be held in the Elk's Hall here Wednesday, Aug. 1, beginning at 10 a.m. All pensioners are welcome. VANDALS BUSY VULCAN Vulcan's new trailer park got its first taste of vandalism recently. All drains in the men's and wom- en's bathrooms were plugged and the water turned on. Vul- can Lion Allan McAskile call- ed at the trailer park find both sinks hand toweBing, both toilets plugged with old sacks, paper and eravel, the floor drains all plug- led with gravel and debris, and the water running. OWING CRANBROOK Annual membership meeting of Cranbrook Projects Society, non-profit chartered, was told by secretary-director Mrs. Ber- nard Taylor that bank debt and interest on its indoor-outdoor swimming complex is The city operates this Balment park facility but it remains of tbe Society MOVES EAST DUCHESS After 41 years of living in the Countess dis- trict, Gustav (Gus) Harder is moving east a few miles to Duchess. WINS CONTEST Kranzler won the tbe FoaJ." con- test which was carried in the Albertan. Her winning name for the horse was Alberta Blaze. Lynn will be the re- cipient of (100 prize money. ROSEBUD RESIDENTS MOSSLEIGH Recently a crowd of well-wishers attended the wedding dance at Moss- leigh for Dora Campbell and Gordon Well. They win reside in tbe Rosebud area, COMPLAINTS HEARD PINCHER CREEK Pinch- er Creek's campground has been a favored stopping off spot for numerous tourists dur- ing the past few weeks but the visitors have lodged several complaints of harassment by motorbike riders and vehicle tire squealers during the night hours. OUTDOOR SHOW MILLARVILLE The Al- berta Kennel Clubs all breed dog show at MfflarviUe Race Track surpassed all expec- tations with 739 entries. It was thought to be first outdoor dog show in Canada. The obedience judges said they found their job just a little more tricky than usual because of the oc- casional gopher which caused a distraction or two. Generally though the outdoor show was well liked by the exhibitors. ARCHERY WINNERS COALDALE (HNS) Letb> bridge County 26 regional sum- mer games championships in archery were decided here re- cently. Winners: Boys cadet; Paul Bryant; Albert Roch. Ju- nior: Rudy Granson. Senior men's, Willie Popowich, Noble- ford. IMPROVING NOBLEFORD Latest reports on the condition of Mrs. felay Erickson, injured in a car accident near Sher- wood Park Juee 1 indicate, she is showing favorable improve- ment. She has been moved to the long-term recovery unit at the University Hospital, Ed- monton. Her husband and two other persons died in this acci- dent. DIGITS CHANGE Government Telephones reports the first three digits of all Tilly tele- phone numbers will change from 473 to 377 effective July 29. The last four digits of the numbers will remain unchang- ed. ARSON TRIAL SET TABER (HNS) Gary Rob- ert Mitchell of Taber will be tried in district court on a charge of arson in connection with a fife June 15 in a resi- dence on 53rd St. Mitchell ap- peared before Provincial Judge A, H. Elford in a recent prelim- iinary Evidence of numerous witnesses indicated that sufficient grounds exist to have a court case. OK RADAR SET NANTON-Cpl. Bradshaw of tbe RCMP detachment, Nanton, attended a recent council meet- ing to discuss the traffic prob- lem on the north bound and south bound No. 2 highways. It was suggested that a radar set be purchased by tbe town in order to control the speed limit of vehicles passing through the town. Later during the meeting, council authorized the purchase of Mini Quip Ra- dar Model DRS and the secre- tary was instructed to nrepare the necessary bylaw for the next regular council meeting. CIVIC HOLIDAY TABER Mayor Arthur H. Avery has agreed to declare Monday, Aug. 6, as a legal civic holiday in the town. Tbe holi- day has been observed in Ta- ber for the past six years. BT.AIRMORE (CNP Bureau) towns must seek new refuse areas. Health department officials and representatives from 'Pass towns met recently to investi- gate several locations, any of which may be chosen as the fu- ture sites of one or more cen- tralized nuisance grounds. Two possible sites were lo- cated, one. in the Allison Creek area and another in, the Pass- burg area. The present dumps have been classed as unsuitable. They are close to town, un- sightly, and they pose potential health hazards. The proposed nuisance grounds would be of tbe sani- tary land-fill type. Crowsnest Pass News Agri society for Bellevue BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) Agriculture Minister Hugh M. Homer has advised the Bellevue recreation board that its application to form a Belle- vue and District Agricultural Society has been approved. A charter wilf be issued. All 'Pass towns from Belle- vue to the B.C. border wUl be included within the society's participating area. High on the group's agenda is the revival of oHtime horti- cultural fairs that were held frequently. District agriculturist R. J. Lyons of Pincher Creek will soon present the charter. A bylaw was passed forbid- ding anyone to keep large domestic animals within the village limits. Household pets such as dogs, cats, and caged animals are exempt from the new bylaw. The proposed debenture by- laws pertaining to the upcom- ing sewer and-water projects in Bellevue have been sent to Ed- monton for approval before work1 can begin. Ted Squire, representing tile village's "Calgary-based engine- ering firm; attended itbe meet; ng review the proposed by- laws with the council. Tenders for the project are expected to be. released shortly with preliminary' work on the job commencing in August. Council found that due to a water shortage caused by nu- merous leaks .in the present system, and because the water source is 'running' at approxi- mately half capacity, water rationing will be necessary. There will be no outdoor wa- tering on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, until further no- tice. Field man Bertram! to Lethbridge CLARESHOLM (Special) Ross Bertrand will go to Lethbridge Aug. 1 to assume the post of regional agricultural field man for the Alberta de- partment of agriculture. He' will commute from his home here at first. Mr. Bertrand has been agri- cultural field man for the MD of Willow Creek. He came here in April, 1964, from Milo, where he engaged in fanning. During their residence here both Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand have contributed much to com- munity activities. Jamboree Days PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Jamboree Days will be held here Aug. 4, 5 and 6. Events will begin with a swim meet -and end with the Knights of Columbus dance at the Elks Hall. The parade is set for 11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 6, with member of Parliament Ken Hurlburt scheduled to be parade mar- shall. P.O. Box 276 COALDALE, ALBERTA Phone 345-4866 AUGUST 1 4 Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily During Our Grand Opening! COME IN AND BITER YOUR NAME FOR THE GRAND PRIZE 1 Free Suit of Clothing EVERT YEAR ON YOUR BIRTHDAY FOR 5 YEARS WORTH OVER SOCKS Reg. 1.25-1.50 Now Swim Suits vP 795 No-Vz Price vP 795 No- Summer Jacket Clearance Summer Cops NOW 99 Camper Coots SAT .r! 6 HOWKK Bogs Jeans Ret. NOW Daily Prizes to the First Ten Purchasing Customers. Come Early Take Advantage of these Outstanding Specials ASK AIOUT INFORMATION ON THE MONEY SAVING "SUIT CUII" PAUL ANDERSEN Wins test Ken Robinson of Del Bonita won- the recent bombing contest at Clareshoim, dumping the goods right on target on his first try. It was held at the annual Clcres- hdm Flying Club "fly-in." Fifty-eight aircraft took part. George; of Lethbridge won the spot landing trophies for the second time. Karen Ferguson woman (CLiARESHOLk was held by the Clares- holm Flying Club at the Clares- holm airport recently "and breakfast was served to more' than 250 members, residents and guests. Aircraft were on hand from the area extending from St Al- bert in the north to Kalispell, Mont. V Flying in for breakfast-were home builts, Hanrards afld; Waco. TROPHIES Flour bombing, Bell Hotel trophy, Ken Robinson, Del Bo- nita; spot landing, Jolly-Roger Hotel trophy, George Williams, Lethbridge; y o u n g e s t pilot, Nixon Motors- trophy, Bob Matheson, Calgary' smallest HP aircraft, Clareshoim Mo- tors trophy. George Bird, Leth- bridge; early bird, Safeway Shelter Systems trophy, Fred 'St. Albert; oldest plane, 'Aurora Tooi trophy, Jack Landage, Calgary; farth- est distance, SN Ranches LH trophy, L., Solberg, Kalispell, Mont; first women pilot, Trus Joist trophy, Karen Ferguson, Calgary. Faulkner has grants for Macleod FORT MACLEOD (Spe- cial) Secretary of State Hugh John Faulkner and executive assistant, Douglas Bowie, will be spedal guests here Wednesday, Aug. 8, to make a special presentation of grants to the people of Fort Macleod and district at about 3 p.m. Among dignitaries expected to attend are Senator Harry Hays, Senator Earl Hastings, Chief Jim Shot Both Sides, Chief Maurice McDouglall, MP Ken Hurlburt, MLA L e i g h ton Buckwell, Reeve George Whitehead, and MD councillors. Mayor George Buzunis and members of the Fort leod Historical Association have arranged to have the minister meet citizens and guests at the Fort Museum for tbe two-hour visit. A program featuring the North West Mounted Patrol will be staged. The public is 'invited. ftrcstonc STORES SavenowatyourRaaTalTlreCenlre Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 We make it easy to move up to 1974 Original Equipment DeluxaChampion ...the tire now on 1974 cars This fine tire is now being factory-installed on many 1974 ears. And that says a lot about riding comfort, performance and all-round dependability. (Because no car maker would ever scrimp on something as important as the lire.) The Firestone Sup-R-Bek has a husky polyester tire body for a cushioned ride. And two strong behs of Rbreglass under the tread to stretch tire mileage... improve driving control... and protect you from impact damage, This is one great tire at any price. But at prices like these... it's a marvel! WHITiWALLS A78 through E78 27.50 F78 through G78 30.00 ;