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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wodnoidny, Juno 17, 1970 THE LCIIIBRIDOE HERAID 3 34 Is Par At Raymond Golf Course RAYMOND (HNS) During Centennial year the main pro- ject for Raymond was a golf course with complex. Work lias been going ahead at a steady rale. Irrigation water is pumped to keep tiic nine greens fresh. There arc 83 acres and par for the course is 34. Few golfers to date have made par. There are 10U members. The first year many trees were planted. These are now going into their third full sea- son's growth. Hundreds of new trees were planted this spring. COALHURST GRADS Coalhurst High School graduates gather. Back row, left to right, are Ron Taniguchi, Don Roth, Ken Hub bard, Gordon Lumiey and Dave Clifton. Front row, from left: Lorna Engel, Mary Lou Ensign and Lynne Livingston. Oxtoby Heads New Agro Society By ROSS GIBli Herald News Service TABER The Alberta So- ciety of Agricultural Technolo- gists was formed at Olds re- cently and Chester Oxtoby of Olds was named its first presi- dent. Elected to the. seven man council were Dale E. Clifton, Taber agricultural fieldman, Gordon Heaps, Edmonton hor- ticulturist, Wilson Regwell, Olds farm manager, Wayne Brooks, Brooks horticulturist, John Romajichuk, Edmonton fieldman, Robert Heller, Ver- milion School of Agriculture, and Trevor Anderson of the "University of Alberta and vice- president of the new society. Thirty one people met al the Agricultural and Vocation- al College to found the organi- zation for which plans had been developing over the past year. Tire ASAT, sponsored by the Alberta Institute of Agrolo- gists, named as resource and guidance counsellors, C. J. Mc- Andrews of Edmonton, D. K. McBeath, Red Deer, and Dr. Kenneth Neilson, Calgary, all members of the institute. CHAIRMAN Guided by the chairmanship of Mr. McAndrews, the agri- More District On Page 8 cultural technologists set out objectives for the organization, adopted bylaws, and will undertake a membeiship drive to be followed hy the establish- ment of chapters throughout the province. The society proposes to pro- mote increased knowledge in the agricultural field, assist hi problem solution, foster a greater interest in agriculture, and establish standards of qualification for memberslup. The society will be non-politi- cal, non religious, non-racial, and will not engage in collec- tive bargaining. Its area of ac- tivity he confined to the province though co-operation with similar groups will be en- couraged. Speaker for the day long business meeting was Al Beat- ty of the Alberta Wheat Pool, Calgary. He commended the new organization on its desire for improved standards of pro- ficiency in agriculture through unified effort. CLASSIFICATIONS Four classifications of mem- berships were outlined in the bylaws. They are: Technician trainee one who is studying toward gradu- ation as a technician or tech- nologist, or who is employed as a practicing technician aimed at qualification. Technician graduate from a recognized technical or voca- tional college with a minimum of contact hours or equiva- lent education and experience. Technologist graduate technician with a minimum of contact hours or equiva- lent. Associate a practicing technician of long experience whose qualifications do not meet the standards required for a technician of the Society, Town Alleges MD Using Its Gravel TABER (HNS) The un- authorized removal of an esti- mated yards of gravel from Town of Taber property hy the Taber MD was discuss- 130-Pound Calf PBN'CHER CREEK (Special) bull calf was born at the Alvin Nichol farm'in the Fish- burne district, a holstein heif- er sired hy an Angus, weigh- ig 130 pounds. The local veterinary clinic reports many extra heavy calves have been born in this area this spring. ed at a recent meeting of the town council. By agreement, the MD has for some years removed gra- vel for" road work from a gra- vel bank on 34.8 acres of prop- erty owned by Orlin Holman. This year the excavation ap- parently encroached over the unmarked property line. Mr. Holman met the council, unaware that the erroi' had been made, and said that no payment for gravel used this year has been made. Town superintendent Bent Madsen told the council that his estimate of gravel removed was yards, and that about half of this amount, now crushed by the HID, was stock- piled on Mr. Hoiman's prop- erty. 130 Finish Trek SPARWOOD (HNS) It is estimated the walkalhon held in Sparw-sod recently will raise about There were 133 walking and only three failed to go the dis- tance. Eddie Northey of Spanvood was tlie first walker to register at the finishing point. He com- pleted the 10 miies in one hour and 35 minutes. Prize winners mil be an- r.ounced. Ferbey Wins rti ii> 1 ravelling Felloivsldp WEENTHAIu (HNS) Join: William Fcrbuy cf While Horse, Yukon, son of Mrs. Helen .Tones of Wrenlham and assistant su pci'inlendcnl of personnel foi the City of White Horse, has w o ri a Nufl'ickl Founclalioi Travelling Fellowship for Cana- dian public officials. He will spend the second hal of this year in England study ing and investigating fiek study facilities at the Quiver sil.y of Sheffield and at the In- stitute of Education, University of London. He will report lo the Nuffiek Foundation, to his department and to the Association of Uni- versities and Colleges of Can- ada. Mr. Ferlrey will be accom- panied by liis wife, Penny, anc their son, Theron. They will spend several days with Mi's. Ferbey's mother here before leaving for Montrea where they will sail by boat to England. TO OTTAWA Sparwoocl Secondary School Grade JT student Edward Nortlicy is one of 11 students from (he Koolenays chosen lo spend one week at Ottawa in the Young Voyagcur Program. He plans to he a social work- rv. His interests include sing- ing, art and electronics. l-lndiaii Art Stiow Set riiS'CHKK CHEEK (Special) As part of the celebrations for the grand opening of the h e t hbridge Friendship Centre, the N'api Friendship Associa- tion will present its All-Indian Art Exhibit iu the Centre on Sunday, June 21. Entries in the following ca- legorics arc being accepted: painting, drawing and sketch- ing, cartoons, Indian costume, needle-work, bead-work, wocd- carving and work, leather photography. All entries should he forward- Cenlrc, or (n Pck'r Crc'sswcll, Napi l-'ricndhhip Association of- fice, I'ind'cr Creek, no later LAIKJKST IMII.L _________ ___ The largest raw sugar mill in ed to Miss Rose Feet. t.lic United States is in Clcwis- at the Ijcthbridgc Friendship I ton, Fla. and now from Herb's Western Wear Setting the South Country's image with selection and qualify western clothing Herb Shector suggests 'I forrf SUNDAY, JUNE 21st WESTERN SHIRTS By Karman and Tern Tex. All Pcrma Press in snap and regular buMons, sizes to 18. Sleeves 32 E QE -3 S OS lo 36. Priced from WoO J to I U.WW WESTERN HATS By Bailey, American Hal, Resislol and Billmore. Fur Felts and Priced from 0.530 to COWBOY BOOTS as, and "Her! I 95 134 c OTHER SUGGESTIONS FOR DAD Tony Lama, Justin, Texas, and "Herb's In all colors sizes to 13; B, D, E, and EE widths. Priced from BELTS S WALLETS BUCKLES HAND TOOLED AND BUCK TIES STITCHED Remember If it's WESTERN or RUGGED anc! if it's NEW you'll find it FIRST at GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE 308 5th Street S. Phone 328-4726 ACROSS FROM GALT GARDENS NEXT TO BANK OF MONTREAL SHOP and SAVE ON THESE and MANY OTHER UNADVERTISED SPECIALS! PRICE SLASHING MID-SUMMER SELL-0 SALE IN EFFECT: THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 18th, 19, 20th THIS WEEK ONLYI COMPLETE STOCK AND PERMA MEN'S AND 1 Sweaters Alpaca SLACKS AND PANTS AND FLARES 1 Reg. Reg. by Caldwell. Reg. lo 12.95 1 SALE for ISALE..., 1 1 RACK BOYS' RACK RACK STOCK AND GIRLS' RUGGED LOOK 1 JACKETS PERMA PRESS Cut PERMA PRESS LEATHER Rawhide Vests H Reg. tlie family Reg. FRINGES 1 1'00 [SALE.... I 29.50 1 1-95 SALS.. 1 1 COMPLETE STOCK RUGGED LOOK ALL MEN'S I RED SOLE IRRIGATION SHIRTS i Reg. FRINGES Reg. to HIGH Reg. .59 each 1 ISALE.... 3-95 SALE., .00 for 1 j I 1 RACK MEN'S i Nylon Jackets 3H Ppf, A STOCK MEN'S ACRYLIC PERMA PRESS STOCK LADIES' AND GIRLS' Reg. GABARDINE 1 FISHING STOCK 1 GIRLS' B MEN'S SWEATERS 1 WORK Reg, to 12.95 12.95 49 limit one to a 3.00 Reg. 6.95 SALE 8.95 Reg. 2.95 1 3.00 1 Hj ,75 ISALE.... ;