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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, June 14, 1972 THE LETHBSinr.t HERAIO _ Snow removal costs blamed Matthew Kabayama walks 20 miles to aid community FOREMOST (Special) Six-year-old Matthew Kabaya ma literally could not walk one more step after completing 20 miles in Foremost Elks 20 mile Walkathon held recently. He was the youngest walker to complete the route from Skiff to Foremost in a venture that raised almost in aid of the Civic Centre ice arena which is operated by the Elks Lodge 223. Only 64 walkers participated In this year's event, but the to- tal was comparable with last year suggesting individuals were more heavily sponsored. Rory Calhoun kept his rec- ord intact by finishing first for the third successive year. Vet- eran walkathon participant Lit Phay, the oldest entrant com- pleted 12 miles of the course. This was an improvement on last year, suggesting she's get- District doings Begins Aug. 23 STIRLING (HNS) The school board has changed the 1972-73 school year to begin Aug. 23. The fall semester will end Dec. 22. Spring semester will start Jan. 8 and end June 8 with a six-day vacation at Easter. Wins degree CHENEY, Wash. Deron M. Olsen of Diamond City, was among 754 candidates for degrees awarded recently in ceremonies at Eastern Wash ington State College. Conferring of the degrees will bring to the number awarded during the four-quar ter academic year. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs Ervin D. Olsen, and a graduate of Picture Bulte High School He won an education degree with a major in French. Services set BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau The Crowsnest Pass United Church official board has an nounced the following worship services times effective June 18. St. Paul's United Church wil have Sunday services at a.m. Central United Church, Blair more, will conduct services a 11 a.m. Bellevue United Church wil hold services on the first ani third Sunday of each month a p.m., alternating with Hill crest United Church- Their ser vices, on the second and fourt Sunday each month, will be a p.m. Sunday school COUTTS (HNS) Thi Coiitts United Church qxlendei congratulations to the Grail Sunday School, an extension o the Coutts United Church Sun day School on its Award Sun day. Presentations of the award were made by the assistant su perintendent, Lillian Danger field, assisted by Rev. Grahan Dickie. Fifteen pupils received two year wreaths. Five-year bars were award ed to Laura Hulit and Kath Hulit. Teachers receiving two-yea wreaths were Mary Newhouse Sharon Garnet, Dorothy Bian chi and Lillian Dangerfield. A third year wreath went Emma Hulit. Three students received B ble awards for 60 Sundays i attendance: Kathy Dangerfield Dug Hulit, Lynn Gaehring. ting younger and stronger will very passing year. Vi Muelle as the oldest to complete th alk. Check points and refresh lents facilities were maimec y Elks members. Liquid re- reshment was much in de nand as temperatures scare to the 70's on an almost cloud ess, windless day. Mayor Heinhold Karl aider, he cause and he walked an an with Elks Exalted Rule ake Staldine who showec igns of the heat in his Elk. egalia. The walkers were very erly, with no incidents of tra disruption or carelessnes eported. RCMP officers an valkathon officials kept a con tant vigil on the walkers, keel ng them to the side of the roaf In a statement, chairman i he walkathon Slim Hagcn e: pressed his thanks to all wh valked or supported the caus 'iy sponsoring the youngsters, More district on page -52 Tax rate leaps six mills By VERN DECOUX Crowsncst Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE The Blair- more mill rate took a six mill ump. Council credits the increase o excessive snow removal osts this past winter, the in- creased school supplementary requisition, ambulance requisi- tion and increased administra- tion and operation costs. The lax rate is 86 mills- The increase will bring in an additional towards an estimated expenditure of 524 for 1972. Summer Games playoffs could interest everyone NEW DAYTON HNS) The Summer Games were or- ganized locally at a recent meeting of the New Dayton rec- reation board. Andy Grasspointer, County director, and his assistant, Ste- ven Zobell, were in attendance. Victor Kaupp has been ap- pointed regional director of the County of Warner for slow- pitch ball. Leo Earick will head horse- shoes, County play-offs will be held at New Dayton July 8 for-slow pitch ball and July 9 for horse- shoes. Anyone interested in partici- pating may contact local chair- men: Rick Duell, slow-pitch ball; Mrs. Victor Kaupp, horse- shoes; Lawrence Kaupp and Charles Kaupp, small bore; Mrs, S. Skeith, archery; August Kaupp, track and field; Roden Murray, equestrian. over the age of 50 years qualifies for the golf competition and may obtain en- try forms from Forest Greeno. A work day at the ball dia- mond is set for Wednesday, June 14; Rick Duell in charge- New Dayton is supporting the Warner Ice Centre and turned over its grant of to that project. Victor Kaupp was appointed to represent New Dayton on the northern recreation board. Mrs. Stewart Skeilh reported the cancer and Red Cross can- vasses realized and respectively. Del Fuller has resigned as janitor of the stadium after five years' service. Student council NATAL (HNS) Students of Sparwood Secondary School re- cently held their annual elec- tion for council. Elected were: Joanne Gris, resident; Handy Beech, vice- resident; Cathy Galla, secre- ary and Darleen Bevilacqua ea surer. Sharon Wesley, takes grand championship Brian Ehnes, reserve grand champion Grand calf to Sharon Wesley FOREMOST (Special) Sliaron Wesley of Hie Short- grass Beef Club look the Grand Championship at the 4-H calf show and sale at Foremost's Maverick Mardi Gras days. A large crowd filled the Civic Centre as 55 calves were ex- hibited by two local 4-H clubs, the Shortgrass and Pronghorn Beef Clubs. The Shortgrass club made a clean sweep of the champion- ship classes. Sharon Wesley re- ceived the Foremost Lions Club's Grand Champion trophy from club president Ewald Zielkc. Brian Ehnes of the same club placed second as re- serve grand champion. Harold Halvorson representing the Knights of Columbus presented (he award. Michael Faulh also of Shortgrass, won the Vern and Alclean Arnold award for showmanship, which wa presented by Mr. Arnold. Each of the championshi winners was also winner in tl Shortgrass club competition. Debbie Cowie showed th champion calf in Ihe Pronghoi club competilion and receiver. Ihe M and E Hardware Irophy Reserve Champion was Richar Mackenzie, and the showman ship award went to Richar Proud. The open class was won b Terry Wesley with Patty Staa duine placing second. Judge was Andy Brown Lethbridge, and Floyd Snortland, president the County of Forty Mile 4-1 Council, of Manyberries. Di: trict Agriculturist Dellon Jen sen of Foremost was master o ceremonies. Milo Barfuss, 4-1! regiona specialist, of was showmanship judge. j A breakdown of the mill rale shows 44.35 mills for education; 12.45.for health purposes; 17.5 "or debentures; and the remain- Jig 21.7 mills for municipal and other minor requisitions. First reading was given to a bylaw for an extensive road paving program, sidewalk, curb and gutter project to cost in excess of Seventy per cent of the cost of the project yvill be charged against prop- erties abutting the streets raved or to be paved with Ihe balance of Ihe costs being set out in general revenue. Paving, curb and gutler, and sidewalk costs will be charged abutting properties as fol- lows: Paving 70 cents annually per front foot for 15 years, which, based on a 50-foot lot. amounts to or on a prepayment basis; curb anc gutter 37 cents annually per front foot for 15 years, based on a 50-foot lot, amounls to or on a prepayment basis; sidewalk, curb and gutter 5f cents per front foot for 15 years, which, based on a 50-foot lot amounts to or on a prepayment basis. Work on the projects is to start immediately following ap- proval of the money bylaw ani awarding of contracts. RECORDING sisters from Champion have broken into Ihe entertain- ment world with two recordings that have been released both in Canada and the United States. The Hummel 14; Grace, 16; Ruth, 18 and Eleanor, 20, made Ihe records in Calgary but are distributed by a Los Angeles company. Selec- -rions on Ihe LP and a oldtime favorites. The quartet has been fnviled to a four-day convention in Salt Lake City, including a personal appearance at the Salt Palace. CAPITOL FURNITURE'S ANNUAL STORE-WIDE CONTINUES... APPLIANCES 10 cubic foot Admiral frtdgei. While. Reg. JUNE SALE 13 cubic foot Westing ho use fridges in avocado (auto, Reg. JUNE SALE 22.5 cubic foot Weslinghouse freezers. White. Reg. 289.95. JUNE SALE 30" Beach gas ranges. White. Reg. JUNE SALE........ 30'' Beach electric ranges. Gold or avocado. Reg. JUNE SALE 24" Admiral electric ranges. White. Reg, JUNE SALE Westinghouse twin tub washer and spl Gold or avocado. Reg. JUNE SALE.............. Front loading Westinghouse dishwasher. While. Reg. JUNE SALE gold or n dryer. PLEASE NOTE! This is a store-wide sale for Ihe month of June and these bargains listed are only samples of the savings offered to you on our regular slock merchandise Financing is r ea d i ly available and we are pleased to hold merch- andise from this sale for future date delivery! Just call 327-8578, Pull out ehesterbed. Ass, colors, Reg. JUNE SALE Simmons hide-a-bed In modern styled fabrics. Assr. colors. Reg. JUNE SALE Troiiler 2-pce. contemporary suite wElh walnut wood arms. Assf. fabrics. Reg. JUNE SALE Tynnn 2-pce. contemporary suile. Kanl Sag con- struction. Reg. JUNE SALE Kroehler 2-pce. modern suite. Gold herculon stripe. Reg. JUNE SALE Newport 3-pce. Sectional in choice of fabrics. Reg. 5549. JUNE SALE....... House of Brae mo re tuxedo sofa. Moss green. Reg. JUNE SALE 7-pce. Kilgour dining room JUite fn French pravin- herculon cial fruitwood. Reg. JUNE SALE 3-pce. Spanish oak bedroom suite. 5 dr. chesf. 54-60 headboard and triple dresser. Reg. JUNE SALc 2-pce. Chesterfield suite in a good selection of fabrics. JUNE SALE 2-piece Colonial Chesterfield suite in out. fabrics. JUNE SALE....... 3-pee. light leak colored bedroom suit chest, triple dresser ond 54-60 headboard. Reg. JUNE SALE Single or double size Simmons units. Reg. JUNE SALE Queen size Simmons units. Reg. JUNE SAIE Single Capital deluxe ensembfe with and headboord. JUNE SALE FEATURE Westinghause contemporary styled stereo. Reg. JUNE SALE.............. 19" portable black and white TV's, JUNE SALE 5-pca. kitchen suite Feature JUNE SALE 7-pce. kitchen suite Fearure JUNE SALE Admiral Spanish' styled stereo. Reg. JUNE SALE 26" Admiral console color TV. Reg. JUNE SALE Door 11 Check The Many GREAT CARPET BUYS! 100% NYLON CARPET Reg. 7.95 Sq. Yd. JUNE SALE SO. YD. 4.95 1 ROLL Rubber backed. Two lone tangerine-gold. Reg. 10.95 sq. yd. JUNE SAIE 5.95 SPECIAL PURCHASE! HERCULON POLYPROPYLON 3 TONED LOOPED CARPET 5 colors. Reg. sq. yd. JUNE SALE, rfl SQ. YD. U. JU BARRYMORE HEAVY TRAFFIC SCULPTURED CARPET 'Forest Glen.' Col. ors: 3 toned green, 3 tone gold. Reg. 10 95 sq. yd. JUNE SALE, SO. YD. 6.95 PRICE SALE OF REMNANTS Reg. NOW I 1 I'xl2' Patterned gold rubber backed nylon 99.5( 1 10'xl2' Patterned gold rubber backed nylon 90. 0( 12'xI2' Sculptured orange polyester Ot 1 Shag off white ,T 10'xI2' Plush wool 1 12'xT4' Plush blk.-grften orlon 80.01 Shag yellow gold nylon 94.51 '1 Shag bronze gold nyfon 90.01 Looped two toned IS 01 12'xl2' Shag nylon 10 01 Wool iculntured 1 I2'xl5' Shag 2 toned gold 01 01 01 Wool sculptured 01 Woof scuFplured tura SEE AISO OUR IARGE SELECTION Of TltE AND LINOLEUM ALL SPECIAL PRICED! Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mart, to Snl. except Thurs. and Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGEDI 326 5th Street South Phone 327-8578 ;