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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta NATAL A lettoi was received by Ihe Advisory Planning Board from the Do parlmenl of Rehabilitation anc Social Development advising that the Government of Brilisl Columbia is honoring pioneei and elderly citizens by pro claiming a Pioneer and Elderly Citizens Week. The Planning Board decider to honor the District of Spar- wood Pioneers and elderly bj providing free taxi services to enable them to get about better during the week leading up to the community celebrations of June 20 and 21. Mrs. Betty Dufour of Spar- wood has organized a number of volunteer drivers lo perform this service until Friday. The volunteers will have their cars ready to drive senior citi- zens of the district from place to place between the hours of Expect To Be Raised By Walkatlion NATAL (HNS) The walka- thon for funds for Ihe Centen- nial project of improved play- ground facilities was held re- cently with 133 participants. Estimates of the financial success of the walkathon are expected to be around Only three of the total start- ers failed to complete the 10 mile walk. A number of more energetic participants jogged the 10 miles and were near the finish line by the time most participants were looking for the first mile marker. The celebration com- mittee under the guidance of Mrs. Doug Morgan had many cars patrolling the highway with refreshments, sandwiches and most welcomed lowels. The first walker to cross the j finish line was Eddie Norfhey who made the 10 miles in one hour and 35 minutes. The 10-mile walkathon under- taken was from Hosmer and ending at the finish line at the Texaco Service Station in Spar- wood. a.m. and p.m. A list of phone numbers to contact for this service is also being made available. Al the last meeting of the Planning and Recreation Com- missions, Dr. Ernest R. Luzod made a request for permission to move his clinic to Sparwood The clinic is a double mobile unit and he is to build a perma ncnl -office strudure on the front of Ihe mobile units to serve a third doctor. Because the proposed zoning 'by-law pro- hibits the use of mobile units except in a small residential area designated for them the request had to be der'.ed. Mrs. Molly Doratty reported to the meeting on negotiations with the board of School Dis- trict No. 1 to improve the Sparwood Secondaiy School playing grounds as the com- munity Centennial project. The school board is witling to have the improvements made to this iroperly providing that Council >vill guarantee maintenance of he improved facilities. The Commission recommended to council that such a guarantee >e granted. Application was received jointly from the Anglican and Jnited Churches for lot 21. The Claiming Board recommended .hat council approve the sale. FOUR-LEGGED DUCK The birth of this four-legged Pekin duckling is rare. II is owned by Ihe Granum Hulter- ife Colony. Only Iwo legs are mobile, hcwever, while the others dangle behind. In all other respecls, Ihe bird is healthy and sound. Cesar Photo. Tea Planned NEW DAYTON (HNS) I strawberry tea will be held it the Ridgeview Lodge at Ray- mond Friday from two to from the tea and bake ale will go towards the com- orts of the lodge and all wo- nen of the County of Warner ire urged to support the affair. Clotllillg Needed Monday, Juno IS, 1970 HIE tElHBRiOGC HERALD 3 MD Cuts COUTTS (Hrv.-i) Mrs. E. Siblcy end Mrs. K. Sclk were hostesses to the CoutUs I lulled Church Women when they in the Church Hall. Mrs. I. Coovcr gave her re- port on the used clothing for Unitarian Service, slating that more clothing is needed to (ill the boxes. A letter was received from Mrs. Marion Ostby, a former member now living in Phconix, Arizona, thanking the for the UCW History. An ,'irlielc on ciirtnj: read by Mrs. II. Hackc with discussion following on why people are so nereonally af- fronted bv change. TAI'.KIi (HNSi ward trend lures ve-ars up- Tabcr Municipal District which cxpendi- cut spending In sonic seven tlKni jn five-: per cent IHow lasl year's rce- fhecKci! lliis year oi'l j I'jslimalci! expenditures for ll'VO will run to coin- Mothers Win Ball mil per ci.'nl b ame FOlllCMOST (Special) Mothers uf Foremost were vic- torious this year in their an- nual scrap against the youthful quired f .1 i while eranls and subsidies prising these major areas ex. j mU y- jpcnsc; aclual cxpcndi- OM lhcM. lures are shown in brackets. The UCW will recess for the summer months and meet again in September. Fashion Show FORT MACLEOD Cecping in tune with the times tid (.lie theme "liberation of in a softball same at Forcmiat Park rcccnlly. "'as I Guest umpire was Foremost Mayor Karl. The game was a family affair for lire Karls with Mrs. Karl play- ing fcr llic mothers and son and property censes and permits SI public works rails and concessions joint expenditures for heallh interest and tax penalties and welfare services fcrvicu charpcs JL'1.000 and education Mll.OTi iniM.-ellantw.is items including recreation and com-' fines S'J.iK Tim fcr the Cubs. In a game more noted for errors than spectacular plays, the mothers claimed victory in the las, inning. All players thc-u went to the carnpfire for a sing song and refreshments, after which the mayor presented a plaque to i the winning team. victory was sweel for the First Prize COUTTS (HNS) The Inter national 4-H Light Horse Club, with 20 members riding in the parade at the Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park opening day ceremonies, received first prize. .ECE1VES DEGREE NEW DAYTON (HNS) Jim Kaupp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Kaupp of New Daylon, received his degree in arls and science at the recent Univer- sity of Lelhbridge spring con- vocation. water truck in an attempt to some of the airborne dust originating from its oper- ated roads in the area. The company has also made some progress in controlling spillage from trucks hauling coal in the area. T. E. Balsley, vice-president and general manager, has an- nounced that the company will spend more than this Summer Mass Schedule BLAIRMOBE (CNP Bureau) A co-ordinating committee of the Crowsnest Pass Roman Catholic Parishes has an- nounced that a special schedule for summer masses has been arranged. The privilege was granted by the Bishop of the Diocese of Calgary and was made- effec- tive recently. Reasons for the schedule are that Rev. Den- nis MacDonald will be away for the summer; many of the par- ishioners are on shift work and the Crowsnest Pass is a recrea- tional area. The schedule includes a Sat- urday evening Mass in St. Annes, Blairmore at 7 p.m. and the Sunday schedule times are St. Cyril's, Bellevue 8 a.m.; Holy Ghost, Coleman a.m. and St. Annes, Blairmore at 11 year on pollution control and reclamation projects. For pollution control, will be spent and for reclama- tion the company will put out an additional The bulk of His pollution con- trol budget will be spent at the Michel plant where there will be a conversion from coal to gas burning for the dryer. Other projects are to cover some of the coal build-up with gravel, modification of certain plant areas to reduce spillage and modification of the water flow system to improve the quality of effluent discharge. Work will also be done to improve the settling ponds. Tha scrubber on the dryer is lo be replaced in order to remove more of the fine dry coal from the discharge. The being spent on reclamation at a number of sites throughout the area will give Kaiser valuable experience for the massive reclamation job which will be required be- cause of stripping operations on Banner Ridge. TOST We've got a yen for you. A real genuine Japanese yen- ftc Be the first on your block to get one! All you have to do is find a 1'rftle time to test drive one of Canada's finest small cars. The Toyota Corolla 1200, Why the Corolla? Well, for one thing it's the fastest growing economy car in the world today. It's also the most powerful ear In its class. (73 hp and a top speed of over 90 mph.) 5fc It comes in three different shapes: Sedan, Sprinter (fast-back) and Wagon, Among other things, every Corolla comes with fully reclining front bucket seats, a 4-speed oil synchro- mash transmission (automatic is optional) o duol braking system, white walls, fresh-flow ventilation, plus plenty of safely and winter equipment, Both the car and the price are beautiful. There ore other cars thaf sell for around but they just can't compare to Corolla. To prove it, Toyota has declared the next few weeks Corolla Test Drivs Time. During this time if you come in for a test drive you'll not only get a free yen but a chance to win a Sony portable colour television set. We're giving away 30 colour TV sets in all. Contest closes July 18th. Winners names will be drawn July 30th. So come on down. Get a yen to drive a Corolla and compare it to every other car in its class. It's the best way we know to prove to you that we're better. See your dealer for full contest rules. Selected entrant must answer arithmetical kill-testing question, COROLLA WAGON Many See people" the CWL extended an I mothers who were badly beaten nvitalion to the women's by 'he youngsters in last year's church groups in for an Samo- ecumenical get-together. C'cmmunitv women respond- ed. They came from the Ang can, Presbyterian, Luthera Salvation Army, LDS and t] Jnited Churches. There was also a represent live cf the Christian Hefor Church in Granum and a visi or from Portland, Ore. Mrs. Beatrice Donahue, pre icleet of the CWL, welcomed tl 120 assembled women. The highlight of the evenii was the fashion parade featu ing hats within the reach c everyone; jewelry and gown Mrs. Beatrice Donahue a running commentary for m ladi's pleasure as the mode displayed the very latest i honsc talent. Mrs. Elain Erick's background music coir plcted the atmosphere. Mr Donahue was charming in a over-sized ribbon and lace crea tion. The first model, Mrs. Ka Bourassa, represented the soap opera era. Mrs. Ellen HUliarci's crealio was aptly named The Light o Love." The little shade hat w; adorned miniature bulbs The same theme was contin ued in the ear-rings, necklac and bracelet. Shs carried flashlight. "Don't strain from 'down the drain" was shown by Mrs. Isobel Schwindt. Mrs. Birdie Doughety com plimented her bath rnat innov, Lions with charming plug ear rings. MASINASIN (HNS) Bob Wilson of Cardston was winner of the All-Round Cowboy Trophy recently at Ihe annna] Writirig-On-Slone amateur ro- deo and park opening. A record crowd altendeii the two-day event, which included I the annual parade, rodeo, dance at Allerstou Hall and j pancake breakfast. Winners in the parade entries were (in order of Floats: Allerston Catholic NATAL (HNS) About 250 Women's League; Foremost people turned out at the Spar- wood Secondary School recent- ly to see displays of industrial arts and home economics pro- jects of students of the school, in addition business machines in (ho commercial room were on display for the giicsls. Many beautifully done indus- trial arts projects were on dis- play in the hallways of the school, and the home econom- ics projects were displayed in the gym- where a fashion show was held. The fashion show fea- tured garments made and mod- elled by the girl students. The fashion show wras onened by the cheerleaders and the Junior cheerleaders. The Spar- wood High School Band also performed during the evening. 4-H; Hoping Nimble Needles 4-H. Decorated Cars: Milk River Kinsmen; Alberta Wheat Pool; Doe C. Doe Club. Milk River. Variety: Motorized Bicycle with Jo Ellen Madge: Card Deck, with Monica Stelten. Florrie Helwig, Cindy Blust and Gail Blust: Covered Wagon, with Gail Helwig and Eugene Lodermeier. Bicycles: Elaine Sturlevant; Janice Lagua. Junior Western: Mona Wut- zke, Marty Jurgens; Patti La Rose. Men's Western: Ernie Halm- rast; Stan Stuber; Joe Harty. Ladies' Western: Kathy La Rose; Joan Hughson. Hughson; Pat Family Wcslcrn: Hamy Rose: Harold Winters; Carlcym Bianchi. Group Western: International 4-H Horse Club. Glamor Class: Belly O'Don- ncli: Edna La Hose; Paula Zuekel. Rodeo event winners were: Saddle Bronc: Roger Beier- bach; Tom Ross; Ben Krobius. Bareback: Jack Nalder; Gary Ivans; Pat Gravelle. Cow Riding: Bob Cook lied with Bob Wilson; Glen Thomp- son; Russ Wagner. Junior Cow Riding: Philip Van Cleave: Dave Dingcrville; Russ Wagner. Bull Riding: Bob Cook; Ron Chizmazij; Bob Wilson. Steer Wrestling: Stan Walk- er: Gary Jensen; Tom Ovans. Calf Roping: Bill Ocenoggle; Bob Wilson; Bruce Hunt. Junior Barrel Race: Dave Dingerville; Monte Doenz; Pat- ti La Rose. Ladies' Barrel Race: Carol Becker; Sparks tvrause. Calf Scramble: Doreen Jergens; Pat tied with Sharon Marvin and Bruce Dick; Nancy and Willi- am Leech; Guy Prozak and Dave Dingerville. THE ALBERTA HAIL AND CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION HAIL INSURANCE PROGRAMME INSURANCE AT COST LOW PREMIUM RATES REFUNDS ADDITIONAL BENEFITS NOW AVAILABLE Coverage at ?30 per acre in all ralo areas, Full maximum coverage on a Time Basis. AND AT NO EXTRA COST- A Harvesting Expense Allowance on losses over Fire Coverage on your Insured crops. REFUNDS TO POLICYHOLDERS The Corporation has a continuous record over 15 years o( premium refunds to policynolders. For the last 3 years non-claimants have received premium refunds of 25% and for 1969 a 10% re- was paid to claimants as well. [Sujsesled fcf pries F.O.B. "rovinciol onrf local tsxss Toyota cars are sold and serviced from coast lo coast in ifirougliou! COROLLA SEDAN 51889, TOYOTA COROLLA LETHBRIDGE TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Located at General Farm Supplies Coutls Highway Telephone 327-3165, 327-3711 KENWAY TOYOTA Box 1088, Taber, Albcrla _._ Telephone 223-3434 If you are insured under the Hail Insurance Pro-NOTEi Vour premium Is a detluctibla txpcnsij gramme and have no claims, you share in any for income tax purposes, surpluses in the form of premium INSURE TODAY SEE OUR AGENT YOUR ALBERTA HAIL INSURANCE BOARD AGENT WARREN DAUHIESH AGENCIES Picture Bulls Ph. AGENCIES LTD. Bow Island, Alta. Bow Island Ph. A. BUCHAN Insurance Agency Champion, Alta. Phone: 897-3747, 897-3768, 897-3853 CO-OPERATIVE INSURANCE SERVICE 1 265 3rd Avenue South Phonos BOYDEN 1210 13th 51. S. Res. Phone: ROBERTS UNITED GRAIN GROWERS Burdelt, Albcrlu Day Phono: 833.3757 Nighl Phone: 833-3739 W. E. BROWN Mcigrcilh, Alto. Phono C. SMITH AlBERTA WHEAT POOL. 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