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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Kate Andrews graduates 108 COALDALE (HNS) A total of 106 graduands were chal- lenged to continue to be a suc- cess at the recent banquet held for graduands of Kate Andrews High School in the El Rancho Hotel, Lethbridge. Harold Huntrods, principal of the school, recalled this past school term as being one mark- ed with several outstanding achievements by the students. Ihese included winning the car rally, the Kate Andrews Gaels winning the Provincial B basketball championship and the Chrysler sharp shooting contest won by two of the grad- uands, Dwayne Baczuk and Werner Schrage. The Barons Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: COALHURST Tuesday, July 3, in the Coalhurst High School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and l to 3 p.m. TABER Tuesday, July 3, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BAKNWELL Wednesday, July 4, in the School from 1 to 3 p.m. IRON SPRINGS Wednes- day, July 4, in the School from to p.m. COALDALE Thursday, July 5, in the Health Unit Of- fice (upstairs in the Town Of- fice Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER Thursday, July 5, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m, to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. GRASSY LAKE Friday, July 6, in the Chamber lai n School from 1 to 3 p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale, 345- 3388; Taber, 223-3911. The Grade 11 students are re- sponsible annually for arrang- ing the graduation program. Master of ceremonies was Mar- vel Harrison. Introducing the graduands was Ed Ryan, student counsel- lor at the school. Grace was said by Ed Dick. A full course meal was enjoyed by the hon- ored graduands, their parents, other invited guests and school officials. Diane Fournier gave the class history, a collection of memorable events in the lives of the class. Milk River girl given shower MILK RIVER (HNS) A re- cent shower for Veronica Doenz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dcenz, bride-to-be of Greg Thomas, drew a rec- ord attendance of near 100 guests. Out of town guests included Greg's mother, Mrs. T h e 1 m a Thomas and a number of Ve- ronica's relatives from Warner. A scrap book compiled by Mrs. Mabel Fleming and oth- ers was presented to the guest of honor. The program consisted of a hilarious mock wedding by the hostesses. Veronica's sisters, Bernadette and Patsy assisted her with un- wrapping the gifts and another sister, Twila, recorded them, The bride to be graciously thanked everyone for the many lovely gifts and invited them to the open house and dance fol- lowing the wedding June 30th. VISITORS COLEMAN (CNP Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Peake and daughters of Calgary were visi- tors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wavrecan. REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY FOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN EDMONTON AREA ALL POSITION BOILERMAKER WELDERS Rate of Pay Hour Hours of Work Hours Week APPLICANTS MUST PASS A.S.M.E. ALL POSITION PLATE TEST CONTACT NEAREST CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE OR HORTON STEEL WORKS, LIMITED 21st STREET HIGHWAY 16A P.O. BOX 1168 EDMONTON, ALBERTA T5J 2M4 PHONE: 403-467-8643 White Spruce forum examines cluster plan PINCHER CREEK (Sepcial) Max Gibb, representing the White Spruce Lands Co. Ltd. attended a recent meeting at the Coalfields Community Hall to inform the capacity crowd of ranchers and interested per- sons of the project proposed for acres of land south-west of Beaver Mines. The proposed plan is for a cluster development, using roughly 200 acres of the for building of summer homes and activity area. The remainder of the land would be left in the natural state to be used for hiking etc. Water, sewer, roads and other services would be the respon- sibility of the developers. Mr. Gibb said one of the main reasons for wanting a cluster development such as this, and given as an example was the loss of acres of ranching land near Calgary alone in 1972, for small hold- ings of 20 acres. PREVENTED He felt this type of develop- ment could be prevented and would see bettor control ia a cluster development. It will be entirely an Alberta based company, with no for- eign investment. Ranchers would be invited to be on the board of directors. Mr. Gibb said it would be a tremendous economic boost to the commun- ity, as well as providing an op- portunity for people to enjoy the country. The Reeve and Councillors of the Municipal District of Pmcher Creek No. 9 were pre- sent and were asked what coun- cil is looking for in allowing such a development and would the present Me stj'le of the area be changed. Reeve Hilton Pharis said the council would like to know how to handle the pressure on coun- cil regards small holdings for summer homes It is a serious matter, he said. If one project is started others will be ex- pected. Right now he would have to be ccnvinced that it would be detrimental, and this time he doesn't know, Mr. Pha- ris said. Mr. Nickleson of the ORPPC said that the recreation demand is increasing. Recreation is be- coming a way of life. So far none of this type of development has been approv- ed Mr. Nickleson said. The ORPPC are handling this type slowly and carefully. Charlie Russell says such a development as if per- mitted, will snowball. Water will be a prime requisite. He asked if recreation and ranching go hand in hand, or does it have to be one or the other. Adam Campbell, as spokes- man for the ranching commu- nity spoke out strongly against the talcing out of prime ranch- ing lands for such a proposal as this. Mr. Campbell queried why the forest reserve wasn't pressed into more public ser- vice. He felt that such a de- velopment would threaten the way of "Me of all ranchers in the area. In presenting his case, Mr. Campbell was heav- ily applauded by the audience. M.D. councillors in expres- sing their own personal opin- ions were in the most part against the proposed develop- ment. One did say if there was any choice at all he would pre- fer cluster divisions to divid- ing a quarter section, as done in the Calgary area. The residents of this area are adamant that they do not want such a development in their area and will fight it to the ful- lest degree. The meeting was capably chaired by Doug McClelland, chairman of the Table Moun- tain Unifarm. Zeithls rescue team wins Kooteiiay contest NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Peter Zeith, a veteran of eight years' experience in mine rescue work, led a Kaiser Resources t e a m to victory in the Eas' Kootenay Mine Rescue compe- titions held recently in Fernie It was Pete's second year as captain. The team, composed o Zeith, Ron Linkert, Henry Toews, Harry Eberts, John Cameron and Joe Tuza, only re- cently tied for top honors in the local competition with the Jacl Peters team, also representing Kaiser Resources. Its trainer is Henry Eberts, also of KRL. The squad faced tough com petition in the East Kootenaj trials, facing not only the Jacl Peters team, but two top call bre teams from Conu'nco in Kimberley. As is customary announcement of the winne was not made until the eve- ning banquet in Fernie Sec ondary School. TENSION With tension steadily moiinJ ing from the moment the com petition began at the provincia mine rescue station in Fernii Home of fine Brazier foods T Dairy Queen brazier 2 oSm Today and Saturday banana split NORTH LOCATION ONLY! Regular 75c NOW ONLY NORTH LOCATION ONLY NORTH SIDE516 uth st. Phone 327-4855 until chief inspector of mines Bill Peck rose to announce the winners, team members were visibly "on edge." When the announcement fi- nally came, the team, jubilant and happy, crowded around their leader as he received the King Shield, emblematic of the championship. Officials of the department of mines, including Mines Minis- ter L. T. Nimsick, offered con- gratulations, as did KRL offi- cials and members of the other teams. Pete and his crew will now travel to Kamloops to compete for the provincial competitions to be held June 16. The win- ning team there will qualify to enter the Canadian competi- tions in Nova Scotia later this month. Cardstoii students honored CARDSTON (HNS> There were 134 Grade 9 students honored at exercises held in the Alberta Stake Chapel here recently. The welcome address was given by Karen Cahoon, ju- nior high school executive pres- ident. Gary Zemp, historian gave his report. Mrs. Shirley Gibb presented the awards. The all-round boy and girl student trophy award was given to ShirJee Watson and Gary Zemp. Musical numbers were pre- sented by Paula Gallup and Ginny Lowry; Greg Meyer. Marnie West and Gary Zemp. Prelude and postlude music was played by Lani Duce. trader TABER (HNS) Taber town council purchased a Cat- erpillar front-end loader from R. Angus Ltd., Lethbridge, at a cost of after a allowance for a Hough loader icing traded on the deal. De- livery date Sept. 1. The tender was selected rom among seven which ranged from to Crade allowances ranged from to Top notes Five members of the Crowsnest Consolidated High School Band received awards following the band's first public concert recently. Directed by Ar- land Mangold, the musici- ans were honored with a standing ovation. School principal, Eric Price made awards to Bob Morrow and Karen Pozzi sel- ected as the outstanding boy and girl in a musicians ballot; to Glen Munro (cen- tre) for achievements and progress since September; to Gail Weils for work on the bass horn and a di- rector's trophy to Ken Skry- zyala (extreme Friday, Junt 29, 1973 THE IETHIRIDOI HMALD 3 District News In Brief DEFEATED SPRING COULEE (HNS) Monday evening saw the de- feat of the Spring Coulee little league. Giving it a good try the little league were defeated by the Del Bonita little league with a score of 24 to 13. The league travelled to Del Bonita for the game. PYTHIAN VISIT COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Grand Chief of the Prairie Provinces Pythian Sisters, Mrs. Bea Selby of Regina, Sask., paid her official visit to Pro- gressive Temple No. 3 in Cole- man June 13. For the occasion a banquet supper was held in the Coleman Miners hall dur- ing which Janet Bayon of Leth- bridge was called upon and presented her with 25 year pin A social evening followed the meeting. CONVENTION COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Past Chiefs Ethel Hill, Evelyn Hopkins, Elsie Wilson. Anna Bodisch, Mary Habdas and Hel- en Hopkins of Temple No. 3 Pythian Sisters motored to Medicine Hat June 20 to at- tend the 24th annual convention of District No. 3 Pythian Sis- ters. RADIO HEARING CRANBROOK, B.C. Two applications by East Koo- tenay Broadcasting Limited on behalf of its two wholly owned subsidiaries, EK Radio Ltd., serving Cranbrook and Fernie, and Kootenay cast Company Ltd. of Castle- gar are now under CRTC coo- shteration. Ruling is expect- ed possibly by late July. Hear- ing was completed recently at Vancouver. SHOW DAY TABER showing, judging and selling of calves raised by members of seven. 4-H clubs in Taber and district will take place at Taber Live- stock's auction ring July 3 and 4. The showing of 127 single calves will commence at 1 p.m. Tuesday. Championships will be awarded at 4 p.m. and breeding classes will be judged at 7 p.m. The sale will take place Wednesday aftern o o n commencing at 1 p.m. SHOWER TURIN (HNS) A commu- nity bridal shower was held in Turin school auditorium to honor Rhonda Shepherd, bride- elect of Randy Sorgard of Iron Springs. Miss Shepherd was the Grade 3 and 4 teacher here. Mrs. T. Hormoth welcomed the bridge-to-be and presented her with the gifts. Assisting the bride at the gift table were her sisters, Misses Derryl and Terri Shepherd. The girls from the Turin Elementary school as- sisted in displaying the differ- ent gifts. INCREASED BENEFITS FOR 1973 LOWER PREMIUM RATES Reduced in approximately half the townships in Alberta for 1973. COVERAGE UP TO per acre now available. INSURANCE PERIOD EXTENDED to Oct. 15 for both hail protection and accidental fire loss. INSURE WITH CONFIDENCE The Corporation has a record of 35 years of service to Alberta farmers and handles 75% of Alberta's hail in- surance. PREMIUM REFUNDS OF IN 1973 to non-claimants and 10% to claimants. 1972 payments amounted to This year the insurance becomes effective 12 noon the day following date of application. LANDLORDS INSURE YOUR CROP SHARE AND COVER YOUR TAXES AND EXPENSES. ALBERTA CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION INSURE TODAY- SEE OUR HAIL AGENT NOW! WARREN INSURANCE AGENCIES Picture Butts Ph. 732-4550 LARRY C. SMITH ALBERTA WHEAT POOL ELEVATOR Lethbridge, Altct. Phone 327-7645 Res. 327-8944 BERT AFFLECK Alberto Wheot Pool Elevator Conrad Phone 222-2229 Gibb's Insurance Service Barons, Alberto Phone 757-3820 KREEFT AGENCIES LTD. Bow Island, Alto, Bow Island Ph. 545-2252 CO-OPERATIVE Insurance Services College Shopping Mall PHONE 328-1175 RUSSELL BOYDEN 1210 13th Street South Phones Bus: 327-9177 Res: 327-6074 J. A. BUCHAN Insurance Agency Champion, Alfa. Phone: 897-3747, 897-3758 WARREN-PORTER AGENCIES Vauxhall, Alfa. Phone 654-2512 DEAN COFELL Tempest, Alto. Phone YOU WILL FIND THE BEST BRANDS ADVERTISED IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD ;