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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 37 records fall NOBLEFORD Tlic track meet al Noble Cen- tral School s a w 37 records broken. Individually, class winners were: Girls, class A, Bernice Jfann; class B, Bcnila Groten; class C, Karen Klaus; class D, Wanda Phillips; and class E, Carolyn Sjogren. Boys: Class A, Bradley Fen- ger; class B, Darwin Oslby; class C, Eugene Grotcn; class D, Nicholas Butterfield; and class E, Perry Lucliia. Grand aggregate winners were Carolyn Sjogren with 33 points and Perry Luchia with 31 points. The Red School scored the highest number of points with 158li. BURST OF SPEED Shelly Konynenbelt goes into high gear to defeat Carolyn Sjogren in the quarter-mile race at Noble Central School's track meet. Olher pholo: Perry Luchia the boys' event. luchfa Pholos Opens June 23 CRANBROOK Fort Stecle Historic Park, in British Co- lumbia's Koolcnay district, will be officially opener] for the sea- son at 8 p.m. .lune 23 by the minister of recreation and con- servation and the minister ol travel industry, the Hon. Ken Kiernan, it is announcer! by L. J. Wallace, chairman of ttie Fort Stecle Restoration Foun- dation. The park, about 10 miles east of Cranhrook at the junction of Wild Horse Creek and the Koo- tenay River, has been under development since 19G1, and was officially opened by Pre- mier W. A. C. Bennett in 1907. Great time wines Beau Sejour Sparkling Ros6... a great way to create great times. Light, lively, bubbly, refreshing... the perfect compliment to food, or fun. And now there's two new Great Time Wines Beau Sejour Sparkling Strawberry and Sparkling White. Just chill and enjoy. Any lime's a great time for... Castle Wines Limited. leaps PINCHER CREEK (Special) The tax rate for the Town of Pincher Creek lias been struck with an increase from 78 to 85 mills for the public school ratepayers and 80 to 8G for separate school ratepayers. This is an all-lime high in axalion for the town. Rales arc: Municipal, 23.19; chool foundation, 27.39; school [vision requisition, 3.25; separ- :le school requisition, 9.25; Chi- look Health Unit, 1.52; plan- ing fund .37; debenture debt 4.02; Crowsnest Foundation, 20; business tax mill rate, 15. MRS. THOMPSON The manager of the Leth- iridgc district office of the Can- ida Pension Plan, J- C. (Fern) Bouchard, wishes to res- dents of the following areas hat field officer G. li. Stewart rill be in attendance at: FOHT MACLEOD June 30, a.m. to a.m., town hall. NANTON June 29, 10 a.m. o a.m., town hall. CLARESHOLM June 29, 1 i.m. to 3 p.m., town hall. Anyone wishing to take ad- 'aniage of this service is cor- lially invited to do so. Mr. Itewart will answer queries on ne Canada Pension Plan, the Old Age Security and the Guar- ON THE MOUNT Of OLIVES Soulh Albertans Mrs. Orson Bingham, Mrs. Delia B. Woolf, Mrs. Margaret Schneider, Mrs. Lilian Welch and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Galbraith gather on lha Mount of Olives. They look out over Jerusalem. Earlier they held a sun- rise service wilh 25 others in the travel tour. Then with Jerusalem guide Dovid Gal- brailh, formerly of Raymond and now an i nstruclor a! the University of Jerusalem, Ihey walked the three miles to Bethany over the path Jesus Grizzly Boy Scout barbecue starts at 6 p.m. Saturday PINCHER CREEK (Special) Plans have been completed for a real family outing, the Grizz- ly District Boy Scouts' annual barbecue. The Pincher Creek Commu- nity Band will entertain. Presentations and awards, al both adult and boy levels will be made when the boys assem- ble at p.m. Preparations for the barbe- cue will start early Saturday morning- A stalf from Shell Canada will move in the huge barbecue ovens to he on loan to the Scouts from the south- ern Oil and Gas Association. Public works grants okayed Accounts totalling over 000 were approved for payment TABER (UN'S) Public works grants for highway use amounting to have been approved for Taber MD road work this year- The amount is down by S577 from the amount received last year. The MD has not received in- formation regarding the pay- ment of contingency road grants which might be avail- able this year. To offset the "extra funds" in the treasury, the MD coun- cil has accepted the following requisitions: Barons-Eureka Health unit at So per capita per- sons) Lethbridge Muni- cipal Hospital District Taber General Hospital 658; Taber School Division 6 provincial planning board, SI ,336. The 1972 requisition from the Taber separate school district has not been submitted. In other business, council re- newed its application, in con- junction with the Town of Taber, lo the Lethbridge hos- pital Iward for a nursing home to be erected at Taber. TOPS queen attends parley MILK RIVER (HNS) Mrs. Linda Thompson of the Milk River Tops Club attended a Provincial Recognition Day convention in Edmonton re- cently. Mrs. Thompson was the TOPS Queen for Division 5, having lost 29'.i pounds. Lieutcnant-Governor Grant MacEwan spoke at a banquet attended by almost 500. About 60 were from southern Alberta Name Deering PINCHER CREKK (Special) Ray Deering has been ap- pointed to the Pincher Creek parks and recreation board as the town's representative to succeed Ken Thornton. He recently retired. The recreation board is con- sidering installing signs by the Memorial Community Centre Arena to denote the location p( other recreation facilities in the town. This will assist visitors to en joy the many forms of recre ation ottered here. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Dficoux, Resident Rep., Blairmorn 562-2149 These Are The Letlibtidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area NATAL, B.C. PAUL CHAtA P.O. Box 287 LOMOND MRS LEONARD CHASE............ General Delivery CARDSTON MRS. CATHERINE HUH............ General Delivery COWLEY CLARENCE WEEKES P.O. Sox 7 STAVELY MRS. VIOLET CLANCY Box 52 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising icluding the now due requisi- ;ns and payments for road achinery recently purchased. Harry Louey will again pre- pare the menu of beef, beans and buns, coffee and sof1 drinks. Huge roasts of prime bee are to be cooked. Tt will start at 6 p.m. Satur day, June 17, at the Cast! River Camp Grounds, west o Pincher Station on the old high way. In the event of inclemen weather the event will be changed to the Memorial Com munity Centre Arena. Adults will pay for all they can eat, students and pre schoolers will eat free. Thursday, June 15, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Pension sessions set ior Macleod-Nanton areas Heads parade FORT MACLEOD (Special) Tom Story, parade chairman or Midnight Days July 3, has announced the parade will start rom elevator row at It a.m. Businessmen have been re- quested to dress their stores a veek prior to the stampede. It s also hoped to have all down own employees dressed in vestcrn attire. antecd Income Supplement. He will also provide assist- ance in the filing of applica- tions to those who arc now or will soon be qualified for the above-noted benefits. Voyageurs backed PINCHEK CREEK (Special) of Pincher Creek re- ceived a delegation from Mat- thew Hal ton High School re- cently. Miss Connie Sproule and Miss Joan McRae attended with re- gard to the Young Voyageurs; program. Twenty-one students from Chatham, Ont., will be hosted, at a banquet as an initial wel- come. The council of the Town of Pincher Creek and the council of the Pincher Creek MD each donated t o w a r d this ban- quet to be held at the Buck- horn Ranch. More district ou page 8 PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING FOCUS POINTS SCREENS For showing your slides and movies the way they should be shown. RADIANT SCREENS, Pioneer 50x50. Beaded Pioneer 50x50. lenticular...... Super Champion lenticular by SINGER GRAFIEX 28.00 33.00 53.00 NOW PRICED FOR SUMMER SAVINGS AT 15% OFF Look ohead by saving now on this economical slide sorter Reg. 4.95. Now Only Hi J