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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June 10, 1972 THE LETrtBRIDGE HERALD 3 Baton twirlers TURIN (HNS) In the Al- berta baton championshjps held recently, Donna Dunn received an award in Beginner Basic for 9-year-olds and Karen Stauth received an award in Beginner Military for 11-year-olds. Both girls are third year pu- plls and are taught by Mrs. John Vanderbroke of Iron Springs. Shower set CO ALB ALE (HNS) A com- munity shower will be held in honor of bride-elect Miss Anne Marie McGillivray at 8 p.m. Friday, June IB, in the Coaldale United Church Hall. Pot-luck lunch will be served. Open house PINCHER CREEK (CNP Bu- reau) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Kubasek Sr. of Pine her Creek will be honored at an open house in the banquet room of the Pinchcr Creek Curling Arena July 1 from to p.m. to mark the cou- ple's GOth wedding anniver- sary. CGIT bonquef NOBLEFORD (HNS) The Nobleford Canadian Girls in Training held their mother and daughter banquet in the church recently. Tliis was their final meeting of the year. The group will begin again in September. Mrs. Herman Hann will lead the CGIT again next year. Part of life RAYMOND (HNS) The theme for the 1972 LDS Church Seminary graduation was "A time for Everything." Presi- dent Fay H. Walker of the Tay- lor Stake delivered the gradu- ation address. He said: "There is a time for young people to be young; there is a time for old people to be old; each time is part of life and each time is important to the individual life." 12 graduate TURIN (HNS) The Pic- ture Buite High School held its 1972 graduation exercises re- cently. Among the grade 12 grad uands were 12 students from Turin. They were: Hans Baier Gary Bailey, Dale Binder, Gail Churpka, Hick Ikebuchi, Ron Iwamoto, C h e r y lene Magyar, Gwon Mehalko, Ardylli Oseen, Richard Papworth, Karen Swartienherger and Bryan Warnock. Graduates NOBLEFORD (S p e c i a Miss Joyce Withage was among the graduates of St. Mi- chael's School of Nursing re- cently. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Jolin Withage, attended the cer- emonies. She graduated from Noble Central High in 19G9. Honor bride-to-be TURIN (HNS) A nity bridal shower was held in the Turin School auditorium to Konor Miss Barbara daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Shimek of Turin. The program included several songs sung by the Oseen girls and a reading by Mrs. A. Oseen. Mrs. A. Oseen, accompanied by Mrs. H. Gier and Mrs. G. Sinclair carrying a basket of gifts, presented the gifts to the bride. Assisting the bride at the gift table were her bridesmaids Miss Gloria Wieland, Miss Deb- bie Stronski and Miss Sandra Shimek. Social evening COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The Polish Conbatants group is planning on holding a social evening in the Coleman Polish Hall June 17. Proceeds from the event are earmarked for a senior citizens and nursing borne complex to he built onto the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital. Church picnic NOBLEFORD (HNS) The churches in the United Church Co-op Parish north of the Old- man River will hold a picnic at Kehoe Lake June 25. Service will start at 11 a.m. with the picnic to follow. All churches of the co-op par- ish are Invited to attend. In case of rain everyone will go to ttie Nobleford United Church for service at 11 a.m. The picnic lunch will be in the church basement. DR. B. WOLSEY Brian son of Mr. and Mn. Elmo Wolsey of Card'stort, received hii Doctor of Medicine degree Juno Isl in Edmonton. Doctor Wolsey ilorled his pre-med program at ihe t.J.C. in 19d4, Following a year mission in Japan for the LDS Church, he enrolled at the U of A, Edmonton. His scholastic achievements include: the Proctor and Gamble Scholarship in 1968 for a grade point average of 8.8; Queen Elizabeth Schol- arships for honors, in 4 con- secutive years; the Allan Coats Rankirt Scholarship in 1971 for placing 2nd in his class; and on his graduation the Conn Memorial Gold Medal in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Doctor Wolsey, liis wife and daughter will be moving lo Soft take City where he is starling a 4 yenr 5peelali7a- lion program in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. FINISHING TOUCHES The Sparwood Civic Cenlre is almost completed. The grounds of Ihe centre ore being prepared for landscaping and crews are lay- ing sidewalks and Installing a fountain in Centennial Square, where the centre is located. It houses all municipal offices, courtroom, council chambers and fire hall. the Cartoon Bug Send your cartoons t The Herald, car of Mn. Helen Kovacs, Bo 670, Leltibridge, Alberta. COUGH! I THINK YOU JUST INVENTED Elizabeth Clark, Age 11 White Rock, B.C. "Otir liamlv run! lorfay In mmi'lcr lliV MVH, IT'S put liis fin- ilcro. They must flive anil rrluttrl lo llir- artinn. Try jUrrliiilg Miem JOE MUSIL BIDS GOOD BYE TO HIS FARM Bam was a brewery Old landmark to disappear By MOLLY LATKA Herald News Service SPARWOOD Industrial ex- jansion will soon erase an old andmark is the lower Elk Val- ley. Kaiser Resources has pur- chased the farm of Joe Musil. jfe and his family will leave ihe farm at the end of June when school is out. Mr. Musil believes that part of the land will be used for settling ponds for the waste from washed coal which will come from the Elkview plant, situated above the farmland. The farm was purchased in 1821 by Pliilip Musil and his wile. They had a family of five sons and three daughters. Mrs. Elizabeth Musil eel. Tax rate climbs PINCHER CREEK Special) The council of the Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. 9 has struck its mill rate for the current year at 65 mills. This is a four-mill rise over the 1971 fiscal year. One mill is the equivalent of approximately in taxa- Wins degree PINCHER CREEK (Special) Alan Reynolds Cornyn re- ceived the degree of bachelor of science in pharmacy at the recent convocation of the Uni- versity of Alberta. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cornyn and intends to practise his profession here with his father. He will be the third generation of his family engaged in pharmacy. His grandfather, the late Adam Cornyn graduated from the Ontario College of Pharma cy in 1905, and his father from the University of Alberta 1941. tion which must be borne by municipal property-owners. Budget expend! lures this ear make the following rates necessary: School F o u ndation >rograms, 32 Trails; school di-< supplementary, 9.5 mills; separate school supplemen- ary, 9.5 mills; power and pipe lines supplementary mills; i Chinook Health Unit, .48 mills; irestview Lodge Requisition, 25 mills; municipal purposes 22.8 mills for a total of 65 mills. Board decides to live witli coal dust problem NATAL (HNS) As the next move in a continuing attempt to pressure the B.C. Govern- m e n t to upgrade facilities at lakes in East Kootenay, direc- tors of the Regional District of East Kootenay will list the lakes in their areas along with the facilities that exist at them. That course of action was de- cided upon at the last meeting of the UDEK when word was i received from the B.C. depart- i ment of tourism that provincial spending on park development i during the 1971 season in East Kootenay totalled com- pared with the previous year. In conjunction with the prep- aration of a lakes inventory, va- rious files on lakes and tourist and camper facilities will be re- activiated. These Are The LetMmdge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area PINCHER CREEK MRS. EDWARD IUNN (Special Correspondent) Box 213 CARMANGAY MRS. JOHN IEIA1 P.O. Bex FORT MACLEOD- MRS. TEE) SWIHART 234-3612 DEL BON1TA ERNIE DAITON Oen. Del. NOBLEFORD SpocTal-MRS. L. LUCHIA Phone 824-3346 Contact these people for your Dlslrtcl News or Classified Advertising The meeting also was told by director Lloyd Phillips of Fer- nie that coal trains travelling between Sparwood and Roberts Bank harbor are losing one ton of coal along the way. .Mr. Phillips also said there was more dispersal of coal dust from empty cars than from full ones. A letter was read from the community of Delta asking the RDEK board to join a protest j to the Canadian Transport I Commission about dust nui- sance from CP Rail coal trains. Similar letters were sent to all regional dislricls through which the trains pass. j Mayor Roy Lake of Inver- mere said "we certainly have lots of dust between Canal Flats and and di- rector Tony Eeglon of Elkford added: "There's no question the tracks are black." "Let's let it go said Mayor Louis Ungaro of Spar- wood, "or there'll be no pollu- tion problem because there'll be. no coal moving. Let's let the coal companies get on their feet. We've lived with coal dust in our area for 60 years." The letter was tabled. SALES! CALLING ON BEAUTY SALONS Established territory In Lethbridge and surrounding area. Top line of Beauty Supplies and Hair Goods Good commission. Contact Box 109, Herald ebrated her 89th birthday re- cently at the Tom Uphill Me- morial Home, Fertile. Mr. Musil died several year; ago. Two sons still farm in the "Elk Valley; Phil and Len both have farms in the upper valley. A fact not known to many people in the area is that th bam on the Musil farm was a brewery In earlier times. It was the Elk Valley Brewery; th brewmaster was Otto Meyers The building was constructs about 1911. Budget or furniture COALDALE (HNS) The oaldale Community Hospital 'omen's Auxiliary, at its final leetlng of the season, decided o set aside for hospital waiting room furniture. The new drapes for the pa- ienls' rooms have been com- leted. Mrs. Gerd (Christl) 'oelske sewed these. The recent spring tea and ba- aar realized about The auxiliary tuck cart will ontinue to tour the hospital wice a week during the sum- mer. Mrs. Isabel Wolfe will matt 10 cart on Tuesdays, relieving Mrs. Voelske. On Fridays it will convened by Mrs. A b r a m 'auls and Mrs. David Goerlzcn Iternately. Mrs. James F a r r, auxiliary iresident, presided. RECEIVES DEGREE MISS ELINOR JOAN YANOTA Miss Elinor Joan Yanota, daughler of Mr .and Mrs. John Yanota of Blairmore was admit- fed to Ihe degree of Bachelor of Education with Distinction at con- vocation exercises held in Cal- gary Jubilee auditorium Fridoy, June 2, 1972. Prior to entering iKe University of Alberta in Cal- ga ry, Yo nota received he r education In Bfolrmore. WINDOW COOLERS BTU BTU BTU LARGER SIZES AVAILABLE CHARLTON and HILL LTD. AIR CONDITION CENTRE OF THE SOUTH 1262 2nd AVE. 5. PHONE 328-3388 AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE HEARING JULY 6TH The Alberta Automobile Insurance Board was established recently by the Alberta Government. Its job is to investigate any matter it thinks fit, respecting automobile insurance in Alberta. This includes rates, benefits and availability of automobile insurance. The Board will hold a public hearing July 6th, 1972, from 9 a.m., at the Court House in Edmonton, at which time the public is invited to attend and make representations on these matters. Those intending to make representation at the hearings should forward copies of their submission or summaries to: Chairman Alberta Automobile Insurance Board 4th Floor, Madison Building, 9915 105 Street, Edmonton GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA Dental graduate COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Melvin Michael Kropinak son of Mrs. Bill Fields and the late Tom Kropinak of Coleman graduated in dentistry from tha University of Alberta in Ed. monton at exercises held in the Jubilee Auditorium June 1. Dr. Kropinak was born In Coleman and attended public and high school here. He and his wife have left for North Bay, Ont. where Dr, Kropinak is serving with the Royal Ca- nadian Army Dental Corps. FATHER'S DAY GIFTS from Always Sure of a WARM WELCOME! RANDY MAXWELL RENO LIZZI PAUl RUSZNAK PAT RUTTEN DEREK GOOD Our friendly, qualified staff welcomes the opportunity to assist you with your selection! There Is No Finer Tribute Than A BRAND NAME GIFT from BLACK'S! a Black's Man" "NEW" CIRCULAR-KNIT DRESS SHIRTS by Arrow and Hathaway Double Knit Slacks by Parker Short Sleeve Sport Shirts In an outstanding selection Irish Knit Sweaters (Pullovers and Cardigans) nt Neckwear A fantastic array "New" Knit Casual Shoes (washable only 12.00 pair) ON FOURTH AVENUE ;