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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD Wednesday, June M, 1972 OFY clay care centre doing job at Coaldale AID BEET WORKERS Sugar beet wor kers' children are having fun and learning crafls too, thanks to Ihe Coaldale Opportun ily for Youlh project now under way. Back row, from left: David and Anne Bergen; Le s and Di Brandt; Nap and Anne Mary Black RabbH and Ernie Wiebe. Front row: Sharon Martin, Dave Driedger, Shirley Derksen, Kothy Bergen, Miss Annie Janzen, Anna Rel ilaff, Mrs. E. (tynetle) Wiebe, Phyllis Unrau; and the (wo children, Curtis and Wesley Black Rabbit. Tymburski Photo COALDA1.U (HNS) Tlic Coaldale Opportunity For Youth project, a day care cen- tre, was opened recently in (Ito Sporlsplex. The program is designed to meet [ho needs of the migrant native beet workers. They re- side and work here during the summer. Their children are picked up every morning be- fore 8 o'clock and returned to the farms after 4 p.m. The children are involved in handicrafts, games, story-tell- ing and other creative projects. They are given a noon meal. Native beet workers who siill need day care facilities for their children may call 345-4622. The a drop-in centre for both native workers and local residents, lias been opened in the Coaldale Scout Hall, adjacent to the Sportsplex at Kith St. and 20th Ave. The hours are 1 to 10 p.m. daily. A welcome is extended to ev- eryone to drop in for coffee, play ping pong or watch tele- vision. The project participants are grateful to the Coaldale com- munity for supporting this OFY project and for the generous donations wliich have made the centres posible. Administrator of the entire project is Kathy Bergen of Coaldale. There are 15 people involved. Co-supervisors of the day care centre are Sharon Martin of Waterloo, Ont., and Anna Helzlaff of Coaldale. Co-supervisors of the drop-in centre are Mr. and Mrs. Les (Di) Brandt ol Winnipeg and Mr, and Mrs. Nap (Anne Mary) Black Rabbit' of Cardslon. Grant Frier wins post at 'Pass BLA1RMORE (CNP Bureau) Grant Frier, on the staff of the Horace Allen School at Coleman, has been appointed vice-principal of the Isabelle Sellon School at Blairmore. His new duties will begin Sept. 1. Mr. Frier received his school- ing at Lethbridge. He is mar- ried and lien two daughters, Sliellcy and Shannon, residing here. Boy, saving playmate's of District News Pot-luck picnic NEW DAYTON (HNS) An invitation from Hev. and Mrs. Graham Dickie is extended to the United Church congrega- tion to attend a pot-luck picnic at the manse, Thursday, June 22 at 6 p.m. Graduates COWLEY (HNS) The name of Janice Warriner was inadvertently left out of the re- port of the recent Livingstone High School graduation. The Herald regrels tills omission occurred. Attend rally NATAL (HNS) The Spar- wood Guide Company recently attended a division rally held at Hock Lake and was successful in bringing home placques. The rally was held for Guide Com- panies from Spanvood, Fernie, Elkford, Sand Creek, Jaffray and Grasmere. A total of girls attended. Twelve repre- sented Spanvood. Guider Joan Bonnier accom- panied the g u I d e s from Spar- wood, raised NATAL (HNS) The drive for funds in the Spanvood and Elkford communities for the Canadian Cancer Society this year reached a new record with being raised by a large group of volunteer canvassres under the direction of chair- man' Mrs. Margaret Sofko of Sparwood. The Elkford drive for funds was conducted under Mrs. r E. L. Krausc and was I raised in this new community. j Bazaar held NATAL (HNS) The annual St. Michael's Roman Catholic Parish spring bazaar, sponsor- ed jointly by the Catholic Wom- en's League and Mount Carmel Society, was held recently in St. Michael's Hall, Spar wood, and was well patronized. Proceeds will go toward the parish debt. Buys home STIRLING (HNS) Gary Bikman of Speedy Transport has purchased the home of Car- man Conrad. Mr. Conrad, a research tech- nician at the Lethbridge Re- search Station, plans to build in the village. Mr. Bikman and family will move 1. Graduands NEW DAYTON Dayton graduands at the re- cent Raymond graduation exer- cises were Mary Jo Schill and Kenneth Skeith. Kenneth liad he honor of giv- ing the co-valedictory address with Byron Nalder. Pension sessions Lethbridge district office Canada Pension Plan manager J. C. Bouchard says R. F. Viney will be in attendance at: SPARWOOD: town hall, June 19, a.m. FERNIE: city hall, June 13, p.m. CRANBROOK: room 101, fed- eral building, June 20, 9 a.m.- p.m. KIMBEHLEY: union hall, June 21, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. CRESTON: .federal agricul- :urc building, June 22, a.m. to 3 p.m. Mr. V I n e y will answer queries on the Canada Pension Plan, the old age security and Ihe guaranteed income supple- ment. He mil also provide as- sistance in the filing of appli- cations to those who are now or l soon be qualified for the above-noted benefits. UCW plans bazaar COUTTS (HNS) The June meeting of the Coults United Church Women was held at the liome of Mrs' Earl sibley. Eleven members attended. Gratitude was the theme used for the devotion given by Mrs. W. Ford. The UCW will cater to the Grade 9 graduands' banquet. The fall bazaar was discuss- ed and a suggestion was made that each memher bring ideas Tymburski Photo OFFICIAL OPENING Coaldale will officially open ils new police station at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 22, when Mayor A. F. Blakie cuts Ihe ribbon. Police Chief Victor Mayer be on hand. Oil company reports loss CALGARY (CP) Ameri- can Eagle Petroleums Ltd. lost in the nine months ended Dec. 31, 1571, com-1 pared rath a loss of for the year ended March 1971. 1 The company's year-end lias been changed from March 31 to Dec. 31. American Eagle said the lass was due largely to higher de- piction allowances and increas- ed administration costs arising from expansion. Gross revenues Increased lo from Hail sloucs flatten crops BOISSEVA1N, Man. (CP) _ Hail stones the size of golf balls and heavy rains hits I his southwestern Manitoba region, breaking windows in and flattening crops in (he sur- rounding area. Escapes injury LONDON (Renter) Lord George-Brown, former British foreign secretary and pre- viously deputy leader of Ihe Op- position Labor party, escaped serious injury when his car col- lided a concrete wall in northwest London Tuesday. in September for this project. a theme for The UCW will recess during July and August. Coutts Sunday School stu- dents will be given awards and attendance pins during the Sun- day church service June IB. A picnic will follow. Picnic held NATAL (HNS) Three Spanvood Brownie Packs held their wind-up picnic at the Crows nest picnic grounds re- cently. About 60 members of the packs took part. Three, proficiency badges were awarded to members of the Third Brownie Pack of Sparwood. Rosemarie Hake mid Colleen Bailey received collec- tors badges and Sharleen De- Anna received her artist bade. Tweenies enrolled were Robin Hook, Bonnie Smith and Linda Petriew. SPARWOOD (HNS) A nine-year-old boy, Bruce Milli- gan, is credited with saving the life of a playmate when a raft on which- five boys were play- ing sank about 20 to 30 feet from shore on a pond near the Elk River at Fernie. The water was from three to seven feet deep. Also on the raft were Roland Milligan, 8, and three Hume boys: Michael, 9, who was drowned, and Ins brothers, Tommy, 8 and Danny,