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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wednesday, June 10, 1970 THE IETHBKIDGE HERAID 3 MANAGER RETIRES Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frey were honored recently at a dinner and dance at Pincher Creek. The occasion was the retirement of Mr. Frey as general manager of the Pincher Creek Co-op Association Ltd. Bob Nishikawa, the new general manager, said Mr. Frey made great contributions, both to the Co-op itself and toward the betterment of conditions for the staff. Mr. Frey was presented with an automatic shot gun, a matched set of golf clubs and an engraved watch. FRANK (CNP Bureau) More than 100 members and guests attended a banquet and social evening in Frank recent- ly when the Foothills Chapter of the Industrial Management Club of Canada was presented with its' charier. The new chapter was organ- ized in May, 1969 and after a successful year of cpcrat i o n has a membership of 35 persons representing 14 companies in a '10 mile area from Pincher Creek west to the British Co- lumbia border.' Chaiirnan of the event was Fernand Paquette of Hillcrest, ENCHANT (HNS) The En- chant Grade 9 students held their graduation banquet and dance June 5. The graduates marched in and tcok their places at the head table as the Enchant school band supplied the music. The tables were set for 145 guests. Mrs. Egland gave a toast to the students with the reply by Patti Palzer. The class his- tory was by Darcy Peterson. A toast to the stall was by Di- ane Hagen with Mrs. V e r n a Wiest giving the reply. Sports summary was by Den- nis Severtson; toast to parents I by Dean Reynolds, with the re- Iply by toast to the school board by B r e n d a Egiand, with reply by Mr. George Gillespie; the class fu- ture by Korean Gercmia; a toast to the APT by Joyce L o w c n, reply by Francis Hanson and a presentation by Roland Cailliau. The principal Mr. Wagner, then gave his message ar.d the band entertained for a short pe- ricd. The valedictorian was Karen Sander. The guest speak- er was Mr. Elie. There were 15 graduands. The students union held a dance in the school which was well attended. production manager of Phillips Cables (Western) Ltd., who read several telegrams of congratu- lation and introduced many of the guests. Among the visitors and digni- taries present were Bob Naden. chief of Gas Operation for Shell of Canada from Calgary; Colin Preece of Gulf management, Pincher Creek; Jack Wadding- ton, vice president of Phillips Cables of Brcckville, Ontario; J. H. H. Chamberlin, superin- tendent and mine manager of Coleman Collieries Ltd.; Bob Fraser, National president of Industrial Management Clubs of Canada from Hamilton, On- tario; Ron Visockis, vice-prcsi dent of membership cf Valley- field. Quebec; Germain Lavignc of Montreal. Quebec; Ro b e r Dalton, region No. 7 director o Calgary and Dick Buckingham past vice-pr'esident of Nationa membership of Calgary. Mr Buckingham was key man in organizing the local chapte last year. A sodal evening of dancing and games concluded the mos successful event. a Go Baseball Leagues Cranbrook Taxes Mobile Homes CHANGltOOK, li.C. (Special) rebellion of ino- bile home owners in the city against a city tax levy has faded away. The group was represented before cily council COALDALE (IINS) The and accepted Mayor Klink- soulhern regional recreation hauler's edict that no rcconsid- board of LcUibridgc County I oration would be given tile re- Hcrrt to nuke the best in the county It's so easy with natural fruit pectin. Certo makes your jams and jellies taste so much better, because you only boil for just one minute. The fresh fruit flavour doesn't get boiled get a biggeryield and perfect set. Get a head start on the season. Clip the coupon and buy your Certo now. This coupon worth 5f towards the purchase of "I0 7HL DL'-V-tn: V.'e v.iTl rcdacrti inis couoori acCcniin j lo the icrn-G of cu o I r r h ling, p.-ovidsd you i r ive co.iiiilicd wlti has baseball and slow- pitch baseball leagues. Conlact W. D. Celdcrt. recrea- tion director at 345-37'Ki, morn- ings. Softball is under way. Mi-. Geldert says there arc 13 teams with about 140 players in pee wee soi'tball leagues for girls and boys. Another 40 cit- are providing leadership in coaching, officiating and transporting the players. Beef Club Meets ENCHANT May meeting cf the 4-11 Beef Club was held in the fell kitchen, with Darcy Virostek reciting the pledge. The roll call was answered by nine members, who spoke about different breeds cf cattle. A tour will be held July 4 for juding competition. T ii e clothing the members are to wear for the sale and show were discussed. Plans were made as to bow they would decorate their stalls for the sale. A discussion was Veld on sponsoring members who go to Ins 4-H camp this summer. Their leaders are Curtis Goughnour. Francis Hanson and Jake Dunn. Key To Raymond RAYMOND (HNS) Mayor Lyman H. Jacobs presented Jshn Galbraith mill a key to Raymond, the first Canadian stop for a group of 40 stu- dents on their way to Europe. Mr. Galbrdth, cf the Ricks I College, Rexburg, Idaho, teach- ing faculty, is conducting his second tour. A native son cf Raymond Mr. Galbraith introduced the tour members to Canada. The group will take off from Calgary by jet for England after they have toured Banff National Park and Calgary. After touring 14 lands they mil return to Calgary where their chartered bus cf the Teton Stage line will be ready to take them back to Idaho. cently enacted bylaw. T h c bylaw establishes a monthly tax ranging from four to on mobile homes and of- fice accommodation depending on the floor space. Owner of the property on which the mo- bile structure is located is re- orers Graduate MILK RIVER Explorers graduated into CGIT at a graduation ceremony con- ducted by Explorer Leaders Mrs. D. Hemeyer and Mrs. J. Berringer during [he worship service at St. Paul's United Church on Sunday, June 7. Ruth Beard, Holli Berringer, Vallerie Ellert, Dorinda Gouw, Viv-isn Jurkovich. Ava Matson, Penny Kains, Judy Rogers and Barbara Saga were then wel- comed inlo CGIT by leaders 'Mrs. K. McCoy and Miss C. i Welsh. CWL Meet GRANUM (HNS) -Twelve members and one visitor were in attendance at the regular meeting of the Gramim which was held on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. D. Fitz- pa trick. The members will entertain the guests at Blunt's Nursing Home in Fort Maclepd in Au- gust. JI r s. Marcel Pratte was named as treasurer to replace Mrs. T. Jacques. The next meeting will be held Sept. 0, at the home of Mrs. Brulc. AT A SENSATIONAL SALE PRICE Thurs. thru Sat. June U, 12 and 13 SMITH'S 236 13th SI. N. Phono 328-2235 Main Street, Cocildalc Phono 345-3272 26-Mile Bike-a-tiwn MILK RIVER (HNS) A bike-a-thon from Milk River to Writing-On-Stone Pro vincial Park was held last weekend with thirty-eight of the thirty- nine young people who started from the Border County Hos- pital at a.m., completing the 26-mile course. John Dykslag reported at the finish line at a.m., well ahead of the rest of the cyclists. Dennise Bunn impressed with her determination. The event was sponsored by the Milk River Kinsmen, who will dis- tribute the estimated pro- ceeds as follows to the 'Ridge Riders' football team, Kins- men's Park in Milk River and other youth projects in the community. spcinsiblc for the monthly col- lection and its payment to the city. Three major mobile home parks accommodate nearly 200 homes on a rental basis, while Cranbrook Street Strip addi- tional has a string of mobile offices. Irate mobile home occupants had alleged the bylaw was un- democratic and discriminatory, protection sen-ices and but Mayor Klinkhamcr told j operations were as much I'icil- them that all trailer occupants services and responsibility as witliin city limits qualified fully i "w ratepayers and lo register at city hall prior to or tenant electors. 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