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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta DISTRICT DOINGS Get First Peek P1NC1IER CREEK (Special) June 24 through to June 29 is Grade 1 orientation week for beginners starting their school- ing in September. Pupils in Grade 1 arc re- quested to attend special classes being held to acquaint them with school procedure. Both Central and Canyon sclsols wit receive these pu- pils. Registration of prospective pupils is requested immediate- ly. They may contact the prin- cipal of" the school. Parents of rural beginners may take their children to the nearest school van route. Wins Degree NEW DAYTON (HNS) At the recent convocation exer- cises at the University of Cal- gary, Marsha Lee Alsip, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Dun- can of New Dayton, received the degree of bachelor of edu- cation. She received her ele- mentary education at New Day- ton and attended high school at Warner. She is teaching at the Beth Israel Private School at Cal- gary. Final Assembly CRANBROOK (Special) Letters have gone out from Rev. G. F. Kelly of St. Eugene Mission at the Kootenay Indian School Residence near Cran- brook inviting "old pupils" and parents of the 55 children now in residence for a final assem- bly Sunday, June 21, at the Mission before the school is va- cated. Curlers To Meet COALDALE meet- ing of the Coaldale Curling Club will be held Monday to discuss the feasibility of retaining the curling rink. All interested persons are urged to attend the meeting, to be held in the Town office base- ment at 8 p.m. Open Swim Pool TABER (HNS) Tatar's community ce-ntre swimming pool was opened recently after a month's delay. New filters were installed and this caused the delay. In anticipation of a delay, the recreation board authorized an approximate 25 pel- cent reduc- tion in season ticket rates. Saturday, Juno 20, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 SALE SUCCEEDS NOBLEFORD (IKS) The Noblefcrd Babe Ruth baseball team held a successful bake sale recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jancomis. HIGH JUMPS HIGHER Charlotte Jam clears bar at four feet, seven inches to set a record in the junior girls' class at the recent County of Lethbridge High Schools Track AAeet. Other photo, class champions, left to right: Robert Uhryn, Werner Schmie- gelt, Sandra Vaselenok, Brian King, Marilyn Toews, Ken Habijanac, Ann Warnock, Chris Pearson and Bev Boulton. Tymburski Photos. 200 Compete In County Track Meet; Warnock) Uhryn Classy Point-Getters By MARY TYMBURSKI Herald News Service ATA-spon- sored County of L e t h bridge Junior and Senior High Schools Track and Field Meet at Kale Andrews High School here drew 200 competitors from all junior and senior high schools in the county. Class champions were de- cided in eight divisions. Medals were presented. The class champions: JUNIOR BOYS (IB years and Chris Pearson and Ken Habiianac both ot Kate Andrews tied with 18 points. JUVENILE BOYS (IS and 17 Robert Uhryn, KAHS 20 loints. MIDGET BOYS (U and 15 Werner Schmiegelt, R.I. Baker, Coal- ale, 17 points. BANTAM BOYS (12 and 13 Brian King of R.I. Baker, 18 poinls. JOHNSON BROS. SAWMILLS LTD. ON NO. 3 HIGHWAY AT COWLEY Now offering a complete line of Feed Lot and Corral Building Materials Featuring DIMENSION lUMBER-Spcciolly sized lo full 2" thick by full 6" or 8" widlh in lenghts of 20 feet UTILITY GRADE all sizes at attractive prices PENTA PRESSURE TREATED POSTS I FIRST CUT SLABS-8 fl. lengths in I cord pltgs. CORRAL BOARDS-ln t It. and 8 ft. lengths BALED SHAVINGS-For litter or insulation For any of your lumber requirements please phone or write either IAVERNE PRESTON or GORDON JOHNSON at COWLEY, Alberta: Phone 628-3818, P.O. Box 100 JUNIOR GIRLS (18 and Bev Boulton of KAHS, 17 points. JUVENILE GIRLS (16 ar.d 17 Ann Warncck of Piclure Bulte High School, 20 points. MIDGET GIRLS (ages U and Marilyn Towes, KAHS, 16 points. BANTAM GIRLS (12 and 13 Sandra VaseSenflk, Raker 11 points. A total of 31 new records were set in the 72 evenls. This did not include trie new classification made in tha juvenile cjirls events [his year. New Records: JUNIOR BOYS: David Matthies, KAHS, BBO-yard run in two m'nutos and 16 seconds; Ken Habiianac, KAHS, high jump of five feet, iV: ches. BOYS: Ed rJ e d za, e run in five minutes, JUVENILE KAHS, the r 25.5 seconds. MIDGET BOYS: Gerald Schmold, KAHS. three new records: 100-yard dash in 10.9 seconds, 220 yards in 25 seconds and 440 yards in 59 seconds; Jclf Bryant of Baker, mlio event, five gell of'KAHS, 120 hurdles in sec- onds and high jump five feet, two inches. BOYS. Brian King of Baker, 75-yard dash in 8.9 seconds and lied for 200-yard in 27.1 seconds. He also set a record in 60-metre hur- dles at a time of 10.1 seconds; Doug Lenoyel of St. Joseph's, Coaldale, shot- put mark at 31 feet, six inches; Baker Relay Te< ;nds. i Ihe 4 x 55 relay, 59.1 JUNIOR GIRLS: Bev Boulton new marks in the 103-yard at 12.5 seconds; 220 ar 2B.4 seconds end Ihe 440 yard in one minute and 12 sec- onds; Helen Watt, KAHS, EQ-metre hurdles at 16.5 seconds; Ida vande- siccg. Picture Buile High, new marks in sholput wlih 2-1 feet and 11VV tli" discus, 83 feef and one inch. JUVENILE GIRLS (all new records new Ann Warnock, new marks in four 100 yards, 11.7 seconds, 220 ards in 27.E, seconds and the A.'.Q- ard in one minute and 6.1 seconds. Shs also set a mark of 15 feet inches in the long jump. MIDGET GIRLS: Marvel Harrison 440-yard run with and 21.3 seconds; Harriscn of Baker in the 60-metre hur- dles with a time of 11.3 seconds; Mar- ilyn Toews, KAHS, sholput, 26 feet and Wi inches. BANTAM GIRLS: Sandra Vasele- na'rt. Baker, 75-ysrd in 9.8 seconds; Barbara Habijanac ot St. Joseph's, a new mark in the 220-yard run with a 29.9; Debbie Boulton of McNally School, high jump mark of four feet and three inches; Bonny Stanko, Baker, in soft- ball, a mark of 128 fed, lOli inches; PB Relay Team sef a mark of 30.6 seconds in Ihe 4 x 55 relay event. Newton Is Valedictorian At Magratli Graduation SPECIAL USED TRUCK SALE CONTINUES More than V-i of our large inventory of heavy-duty and medium-duty used trucks were sold during the past few weeks in Edmonton. Many excellent units selling at drastically reduced prices are still left. Take advantage of these profit-builders while stocks last. Phone us today. MAGRATH (HNS) Grade 12 graduation exercises recent- ly were conducted in the Ma- gra'Ji LDS Chapel. Miss Jane 'Kadcnaga played the processional as the follow- ing graduates entered: Arana Alston, Glen Baker. Charles Shelly Ely, Monte Bourne, Patricia Briggs, Nancy Brown, Judith Bullock, Kent Bullock, Paul Coleman, Deborah Cur- liss, Howard Thomas Dudley, Rennaye Barries, Gert Frenzel, Barbara Gorham. Judith Har- ris, Trevor Hollister, Maridel Hovey, Kim Johnson, Lucille Kadonaga, C h i k a k o Kitade, Brenda Kolasko. Judith Leish- man, Marilyn Maxwell, Fred- rick Meldrum, Curtis Miller, La- vonne Miller, Shannon Miller, William Newton, Michael Niel- sen, Louise Nielsen, Herald Ny- kyfonik, Connie Parkins, James Rasmussen, Donald Ripley, Howard Riric. Leonard Ririe, Patricia Hobinson. Adeline Choices include; Mack Kenwortll Hayes International White Features include; Mack or Cummins Diesel engines Gas engines Single or tandem axles Conventional cabs or cab-over-engine TERMS: Convenient terms can be arranged to suit your operation through Mack Financial Canada Ltd. WESTERN MACK TRUCK EQUIPMENT LTD. Edmonton. 11915 tilth Ave. 4520110 Canary 4411 6th St. S.E. ReSlns 340 6th ESst A Schmidt, Donna Scheyder, Gregory Sheer, David Smith, Ronald Smilh, William Whitt and Edelgard Widmer. The program was as follows: invocation, Howard Dudley; ad- dress of welcome, Barbara Gor- ham; piano solo, Judith Harris; Frank Bridge; valedictory, William Newton; violin solo, Ronald Smith; "Air Varie Op. 0. Reading; ad- dress to the graduates, Ross Wilde: piano and organ duet, Jane Kadonaga and Lucille 'Ka- donaga; presentation of gradu- ates, Grant Wheeler, principal; awarding diplomas, Dr. Steele C. Brewerton, divisional school board member; graduates chorus, "The Best Things In Life Are Free." and "May The Good Lord Bless And Keep con d u c t e d by Gean Wheeler; benediction, Kent Bul- lock; recessional, Jane Kadon- aga. COUNTRY NEWS These Are fk Lctlibtidgc Herald Correspondents In Your Area NATAL, B.C. PAUL CHALA ................P.O.Box 287 LOMOND Mrs. Leonard Chase .........Gcnearl Delivery CARDSTON Mrs. Catherine Hull...........GoneralDclivery COWLEY Clarence Weekes .................P.O. Box 7 5TAVELY MRS. JOYCE NOWICKI General Delivery CRANBROOK RON POWELL The Courier Contact those people for your District News or Classified Advertising Signal Slack Homes CLARESHOLM (CP) Mo- bile home manufacturers are beginning to feel the pinch of increasing competition a n d slumping sales, L. G. O'Rilcy, assistant general manager of Watson Industries Ltd., said Monday. LAYOFF Watson Industries, Clares- holm's second biggest em- ployer, laid off 140 of its 180 employees Friday because of what Mi'. Riley described as a shakedown in the industry ami an inventory surplus of the trailers. A firm in Calgary, 65 miles north of Claresholm, Said it has laid off some people re- cently but refused to say how many or what the length of the layoff will be. A spokesman for ATCO In- dustries Ltd. of Calgary said the company may be foi'ccd to consider layoffs in the near fu- ture but ''rather than laying off people at (his point we arc not replacing people who are leaving." HIKE A FEW In contrast, Instant Housing Ltd. of Calgary said it has re- cently hired a few more people and now lias a work force of Mi'. O'Rilcy said more mo- bile home companies have sprung up recently, creating a highly competitive market. Smaller operators could make a go of it ill (his point but a "shakedown" that might elim- inate some manufacturers could come in Ihe future. Tough competition was only one of the factors behind the slowdown. Mortgages for mo- bile homes were obtainable but only for reasonably short terms. an uncertain economy, many people were not risking the investment in the units, which cost an aver- age of In major cities, sites for mo- bile homes wore often a prob- lem, while in developing areas, i traditionally a hotbed for mo- I bile home sales, labof disputes or slowed exploration had con- tributed to a decline. Mill Rate NOBLEFORD (Special) Bert Bolink has been lured to The council of the Village of replace public works foreman j Nobleford met recently in the John Warmink wliile lie vaca- j village office here. tinns in Holland. The budget for tile 1970 tax- ation year indicates was set aside for fire protection. An amount c{ was allo- cated for the construction of curb, gutter and new sidewalks and maintenance of streets. The county supplemen t a r y school requisition was down by from. to However, there was an increase in the school foundation pro- gram requisition of from to The amount needed for edu- cation this year totalled The sum required for hospi- lal and health purposes amount- ed to The total estimated expendi- ture for the village for 1970 came to with a total rev- enue (other than from taxation) of Excluding frontage tax and franchises the total amount to be raised from current taxes amounted to It was unanimously de- cided to set the mill rate at 70 mills on the dolla- for the cur- rent taxation year, down five mills from 1909. A building permit was sought j by Nobleford Lumber and' Building Supplies to establish a cement plant here. geology and groumlwaler branch is carrying out tests for the purpose of tabulating the water table levels en a long- It was found a licenced in-1 term basis at Ihe upper reser- spector was required by law. John Warmink was appointed. A total of gallons of water was used by the village in May, 1970, 120.500 gallons more than May. 1969. Howard Christie of the soils, voirs. The east reservcir is now em- piy and is to be inspected as to condition before filling. Hunt Insurance Co. of Lethbridge will handle the Package Insur- ance for coverage for the next j three years. The fire truck and j crew were in attendance at a Ifire call from the Harm farm, I Nobleford, recently. The fire truck is now in for repairs and the Picture Buile fire depart- ment has been n p ti f i e d to stand bv for fire calls, until no- tified otherwise. The telephone number of the department is 732-1333. The next council meet- ing has been set for June BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Paul O'Byrne has an- nounced the appointment of Rev. Jchn Palardy as chancel- lor for the Calgary diocese. He succeeds Rev. William F. Slephenson who served four years as secretary before his appointment as chancellor in September, 1965. Father Stephenson will re- sume full time duties as pas- ter at St. Clement's Church More District Pages 12, 13 AtBERTA URBAN MUNICIPALITIES ASSOCIATION ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT DUTIES: To work under the general supervision of ihe senior staff officer in ihe area of communications and informa- iion services. To assist in the preparation of bnefs and submissions related to municipal-provincial affairs, and io assist tn the development of service programs for urban municipal governments. QUALIFICATIONS: University graduate, B.A. or B.Comm. preferred bul not essential. The successful applicant should be skilled in oral and written communication and be able to accept responsibility for specific assignments with a minimum of supervision. SALARY: Commensurate with qualification and experience, within the starting range of annually plus usual fringe benefits. Duties to commence September 1, 1970. Apply in writing before July 24, 1970 to: Mr. E. Newman, Executive Secretary, Alberta Urban Municipalities Association, 10145 104 Street, Edmonton 14, Alberta. where he was assigned in Father Palardy left his team pastorate in the 'Pass in March. 1870. Since then he has worked wilh Father Slephen.EOn in Uie chancery office getting ac- quainted with his new duties which commenced June 10. The son of Mr. and Mrs. John Palardy, Father Palardy is a native Calgarian. Father Palardy continues an athletic interest in skiing and sailing. He entered St. Joseph's Sem- inary in Edmonton in 1957 and was" ordained to the priesthood at El. Joseph's Church in Cal- gary, June 1, 13G3. His first ap- pointment was at St. Mary's Cathedral in Calgary where he remaned until February, 1968, when he was appointed pastor at Sacred Heart Reman Catho- lic Church in Raymond. He ac- cepted a team ministry in the Crowsnest Pass in 1963 and then returned to Calgary this year. Applications are invited for the Annual Odd Gennes Hospital CAREER AWARDS 3 Awards in the amount of are available to students living in and attending High School in the Taber General Hospital District who apply for and are accepted into a recognized school of training for Nurs- ing, Radiology, Laboratory, Physiotherapy Medical Records. The wards -will be awarded to students who cur- rently graduate from High School with acceptable aca- demic standing. Application forms which must be completed and In the possession of the Hospital Administrator by August 1st of each year are available at the Taber General Hospital. Celebrating Our Most Successful Tear In Canada FINEST IN THE FIELD t %v V X. Power units are ruuy pre-servicea, ayno-testca, backed by factory warranty and service. Immedi- ate delivery while they last. Striving To Supply IRECO THE COMPLETE IRRIGATION CENTRE See Your Local Ireco Distributor For As Much As You Need. SPEEDROLL SYSTEMS, MAIN LINE, HAND SETS, PIVOTS, POWER UNITS Your Urgent Needs IRECO INDUSTRIES INC. 711 4th Ave. North, Lefhbridgo Box 446 Phone 327-1188 ;