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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD Thursday, June 19, 1972 Clarence Leeck named to board PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) At the recent meeting of the Picture Bulte town council Clarence Leeck was appointed to the hospital board to fill a vacancy caused by the resig- Ten girls supervise playgrounds COALDALE (HNS) The 1972 summer playground super- visors and leaders for the south County of Lethbridge area have been appointed. Co-ordinator is Mrs. Mar, Kaminski, assistant recreation director. The girls liired for the differ ent locations received one week of training at the Buck Horn Guest Ranch, 15 miles west o Pincher Creek. The southern area pla> ground course is sponsored by the recreation branch of the de- partment of culture, youth am recreation. Sponsor circus FORT MACLEOD (Special The Fort Macleot! Fire De- partment sponsored the Wayne Brothers Circus. The big top was set up a Midnight Park for two perform acces. Proceeds from the shows w: help firemen with their sped; project, assisting the muscula dystrophy fund. ation of R. S. O'Brien. He has oved to Lclhbridge. Cpl. Dave Carr of the local CMP detachment has been romoted to the rank of ser- eant and has been posted to eace River. The town is mding a letter of cbngratula- ons and its regrets that he and his family are leaving. In case of an emergency, the own will institute a system of later rationing. Residents on lie north side of the track will ie allowed to water on Mon- lay, Wednesday and Friday m'd those on the south side will vater gardens Tuesday, Thurs- day and Saturday. Secretary Earl Mcllroy re- ported on the administrators' course which was leld at Banff. Councillors Watson and Duane Oli- ver also attended. A letter was received from Wilbam Sosick. He farms on ho western outskirts of the .own. He requested permission to connect to the town's water supply. This request was ta- bled until a further study can be made in regards to water supply. It was reported that repairs to the swimming pool to date amount to It was de- cided to purchase 12 flultei boards, two floating balls and six preschool life jackets These are necessary for use a the swimming pool. The tola cost is 553. Pitch shoes COALDALE' (HNS) The horseshoes pitch-off lor Lclh- bridge county entrants in the Summer Games will be held Saturday, July 8, at the Coal- dale library horseshoe pitch. For further information con- tact the Coaldale recreation of- ce or the north county recre- ,ion office, Picture Butte. Tourists hit CRANBHOOK (Special) .'oucerned with the high ex- sense of immigration and cus- oms clearance for American MANY LEAVES Leaves from one malur maple could cover up to on half acre. SUE and MING announce that the MODERN CAFE, Vauxhali WILL BE CLOSED FROM MONDAY, JULY 3rd TO RE-OPEN AUGUST 31, 1972 TO OTTAWA Peter Thomas Cosligan, son of Mr. anil Mrs. T. J. Costigan of Blairmore, won the Horace Harvey gold medal in law 2nd trie Ernest Brown Wilson memorial prize at the con- vocation held recently at Ed- monton. Mr. Costigan gracl uatcd with distinction. He has been appointed legal secre- tary lo Mr. Justice Ronald Marlland of the Supreme Court of Canada. He will take up Ms dulies in Ottawa Sept 1. rcraft using the Cranbrook irport, East .Kootenay Avia- on Council says American air- landing here now must olify the airport in advance of usloms clearance requirement id a taxi for the office to drive ie 10.5 miles costs the visitors p to Wins licence IRON SPRINGS (HNS) harles Sorgard was successful recent exa'minalions con- ucted by the department of ransport and has been grant- his commercial pilot's li- ence and his commercial heli- opter pilots licence. He has been hired by the Airways Ltd., 'rince Albert. Correspondent MILK RIVER is now acting as local cor- espondent for The Lethbridge Herald. If you have news items vhich you would like to see published you may phone 647 3538 between 12 noon and p.m. or between 6 p.m. to 7 i.m. daily. Leaving MILK RIVER (HNS) Ron L angle, who has acted as as sis rant to Charles Hendrickson in the teaching and conducting o various musical groups in Erli River High School and commu nity, has accepted a position ii Saskatchewan and will b leaving soon. Awards given COUTTS (HNS) Coull Sunday school pupils receive their attendance pins awards during the regular Un ted Church service. Mrs. Luc Ford, Sunday school superin tendent, presented 24 awar pins and five perfect atten dance awards. Bibles were pre sented lo Shirley and Sharo alau and Trever Weins who at! attended 50 Sundays. Sunday school has been dis- lissed for July and August and is to start again in Sep- Leaving south MILK RIVER (HNS) Mr. nd Mrs. Charles Hendrickson, vho have been members of this ommunity for a number of ears, are leaving on July 3 or Melfoi't, Sask. Mr. Henderson has been the nstructor and conductor of the trie's River bands and was in- Tolved with both choral and or- ihestral groups. Mrs. Henderson has been in- strumental in aiding in the de- of the many young singers in various musical ;roups. Ken Nelson., shearer installed CARMANGAY (HNS) The Carman gay Lions and Lionetle clubs held a joint installation of their new officers for 1972-73 at the Carmangay Community Centre recently. Cecil Rhodes of Champion was the installing officer. Lions officers installed were: Ken Nelson, president; Lloyd Anderson, 1st vice-president; Ken Volk, 2nd vice-president; Wayne Shearer, 3rd vice-presi- dent; Stanley Lyckman, secre- tary; George Jolmson, treasur- er; Don Miller, tail-twister; Bob Hubka, Lion lamer; Adolph Shu maker and Walter Middleton, two-year directors Jervis Brownell and Wesley Knight, one-year directors. Lloyd Anderson, Jervis Brownell, Ken Nelson a n c Amos Laczo were presentee with curling trophies they hat won in the Lion's zone curling bonspiel held at Lomond earl ier. Lionelle officers installed in eluded: Charlene Shearer, pres ident; Judy Hildreth, vice-pres ident; Hazel Lyckman, secre- tary; Beulah Hubka, assistan secretary; liosella Hubka treasurer; Edith Church, Lion ette tamer; Gill Anderson, lail twister. A banquet was held for mem bers and guests before the in stallation and dancing to the music of the Bow River Orches tra was enjoyed following th installation. WINS James Harris Walker has been chos- en by Ihc Raymond Rotary. Club as the honorary parade marshal! for the July 1 stam- pede and raco meet parade at Raymond. Rotarians, in. choosing Dr. Walker, said he exemplifies the chili motto, "sen-ice above self." Woofoo Four truly spectacular buys at huge savings! Selection also includes Led Zeppelin, Aretha Franklin, James Tay- lor, Neil Young and many other top recording stars! Stills I NOSL Assorted Major Label Cuts This group includes Country Western, Rock, movie sound tracks and lots of music and bal- lads for easy listening at a price that is easy on the pocket! Rotarians thanked for moicer COALDALE (HNS) Th Coaldale Rotary Club recen ly donated a heavy duty lawn mower to the Sunrise Ranc here. The Lethbridge Associatio for the Mentally Retarded sen a note of appreciation to th club, It was read at a recen supper meeting. MUCH DAMAGE Forest fires burned almo four million acres in Canada 1971. 50TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bac- zuk of Milk River recently celebrated iheir 50th wedding anniversary with family, friends and relatives. They married May 22, 1922, in Czechoslovakia. They have children, 27 grandchildren, and one great grandchild. Margaret Wozak pupils perform, iu her last New Daytoii recital NEW DAYTON (HNS) Twenty-two pupils of Margaret Wozak were heard in a recent recital at the New Dayton Uni- ted Church. Duets were played by Lori and Darryl Anderson Dutch Dance 1 and Connie and Debbie Nilsson, The Piper's Son. Guest pianists were Navee and Leanne Herbst of Warner, former pupils of Mrs. Wozak. Navee Herbst, studying towards her bachelor of music degree at the University of Saskatoon, played Free Variations by Bar- tok. Leanne Herbst, studying pi- ano under Prof. Louise Chap- man at the University of Leth- bridge, played Fantasy by Mo- zart. Mrs. Wozak received a sweet- heart rose corsage and gifts from her pupils. This will be Mrs. Wozak's last recital in New Dayton as Mr. and Mrs. Wozak are moving to Lethbridge in July. Mrs. Wozak will continue to teach piano and theory at her new home. Awards were presented for first class honor standings 1970 and 1971 piano examina- tions to Mary Jo Schill, Navee Herbst, Billy Nelson, Maureen Snow, and Theresa Linitski; for highest standing in theory 2, Teresa Linilski; for highest standing in theory 3, and .the- ory 4 history exams, Jeanne Snow; for highest mark in re- cent 1972 Kiwanian's Leth- bridge Music Festival, Kim Moshurchak; for b e g i n n e r showing the most progress, Jo- anne Pittman; and for the youngest pupil lo perform, Ed- die Collin. County backs Voyageurs COALDALE The County of Lethbridge has contributed lo efforts to host students from Sudbury, Ont., who will be in Coaldale this summer on a Young Voyageurs exchange program. Contributions have also come from the Town of Coaldale and the local Kinsmen club. SUPPORT WANTED SPARWOOD (HNS) At a recent meeting of the Regional District of East Kootenay, the board's support was sought on a request that a private cross- ing of Ihe CPU tracks near Hosmer be made a public crossing. PLAYGROUND LEADERS Lethbridge County 26, southern region, playground leaders are, back row, from left: co-ordinalor Mrs. Marjorie Kaminski; Coaldale super- visor Brenda Holmes; Judy Mehrer, Hardieville; Terry Sawchuk, EEaine Dunlop and Brenda Boulton, Hardieville leaders. Front row: Rose Marie Jurcak, Coaldale; Rhona Thompson and Gail Ober, both of and Cheryl tuco and Debbie Hudson, McNally participant. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Median' Capitol Furniture Bldf. 328-7684 1 nic I Department Stores Because We're Woolco... >Your Shopping Costs You Less! en Daily 9 o.m. lo 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. CLOSED SATURDAY, DOMINION DAY. COLLEGE SHOPPING MAU 2025 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Contract agreement is reached CRANBROOK (Special) All six East Kootenay school districts have reached agree- ment with CfJPE, bargaining agent for their employees other than teachers and office staff. The two-year contract award a seven per cent increase the first year, and 6.91 the second. School districts involved are Golden, Lake Windermcre, Kimberley, Fernie, Creston and Cranbrook. The East Kootenay School Trustees Association has been working toward joint ne- gotiations with agents for its various employees for several years. Ultimate objective of the as- sociation is to bargain with its teachers on a similar joint basis. SWIM LESSONS STIRLING (HNS) Regis- tration for swimming lessons can be made through life guards Barbara Nilsson, Valer- ie Hirsche, and Gordon Pen- gilly. Swimming is from 4 to 8 p.m. until school classes close here June 29. Croivsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Deeoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 COUNTRY NEWS These Are tlie Lcthkldge Herald Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR ____.............General Delivery GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBULl General Delivery RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOtF Gen. Del. TURIN Mn. Pctulin Juhar................Phone 738.4394 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising ;