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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Jure 30, 1973 THE IETHMIDG! HERALD 3 Natal miners conduct ballot NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The official result of the ballot for officers of Michel Local No. 7292, United Mine Workers of America, undertaken at the three washhouses recently were as follows: For president, Stu Johnson In his first attempt scored an upset win to gain the posi- tion with a majority of 44 votes, collecting 415 votes against 371 votes collected by Robert San- ey who failed in his bid to be elected for a second two year term. For vice-president, two mem- bers were seeking the position for the first time with Len Bourne winning over his opposi- tion by a narrow margin of 14 votes. He collected 380 votes as compared to 366 votes credited to his opposition, Rick Ganter. Ths other two officers, Kiat of secretary-treasurer and re- cording-secretary were settled at an earlier union meeting when table officers were nom- inated with James Caldwell and Paul J. Chala being nominated and elected by acclamation re- spectively. For James CaldwelJ it will be his third term to be elected as secretary-treasurer while Paul J. Chala was tested for the sixth term as recording- secretary. All officers of Michel Local were elected for a two- year term and will commence as of July 1, 1973. A total 786 votes were cast for that of president while 746 votes were cast for that of vice- president. Eighteen ballots were declared spoiled. Howling dogs trouble sleepers BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Barking dogs are creating a nuisance during the night in the town of Blairmore and council is being faced with many com- plaints from residents in the south and west ends of Blair- more who have their sleep broken by the animals. It seems that coyotes in the nearby hills howl at night and the dogs follow suit and not only howl but also bark. Once one dog starts, reports indicate, other dogs get the message and barking sets up all over town. Council wish to remind dog owners that the animals must be kept under owner's care and control at all times. This in- cludes keeping dogs_ from creating a nuisance. It 5s felt by many of the complainants that owners of dogs should keep the animals in at night so that they do not disturb other per- son's sleep. The local dog catcher will be advissd of the situation and persons failing to take steps to stop the animals will be charg- ed with creating a nuisance. DISTRICT HEWS Miles of memories Rural drivers quickly count up the mil es as they operate several vehicles in the course of a lifetime. When they are not driving a tractor on the farm, chances are they will be operating a car, gathering supplies in a pick-up or delivering the neighbors kids to school in a bus. When Jake Siemens of 1502 20th Ave., Coaldale, wants to recall oil the miles he has travelled, all he has to do is view his collection of regis- tration plates affixed to his garage. CORRECTION! The following item appeared incorrectly In the Fri- day, June 29th issue of The Lethbridge Herald and should have read: Canned Pop Con A Top. Assorted 10 oz. tins for We regret any Inconvenience this may have caused our customers. Centre Village Raft route alters course BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Pass Pool project com- mittea has announced the course of the Rift Raft Race planned for July 1 b.as been changed. The course had formerly bsen planned from the east end of Crcwsnest Lake to the old swimming hole in west Cole- man. The new route of the race Is the same distance but will start at Cervos residence directly south of the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital on the south side of the highway and will wind up at the Shell gar- at Frank. LDS group cleans campsites Waterton LDS youth group has been rewarded for its voluntary litter cleanup of Waterton Lakes National Park campsites. The youth group received no renumeraton for its efforts since all pop and beer bottles were picked up by other youths. The group collected 30 large bags of trash during the clean-up. Parks superintendent Tom Smith presented the trophy to Todd Williams, of Cardston while other members and Waterton Chamber of Commerce president, Gordon Casey watched. Banquet program salutes Sparwood Guides., Brownies NATAL, B.C. (HNS) About 140 mothers and daughters at- tended the annual Girl Guide and Brownie banquet held in the Union Hall in Sparwcod re- cently. Charlotte McLean, minister of the Anglican-United Church in Sparwood said the opening grace. Mrs. Lois Serfini, Rocky Mountain division commission- er from Fernie gave a short address to those present. Also present was Mrs. Isabel Hill, district commissioner from Fernie. Local association mem- bers present' were Mrs. Janet Groeutt, president; Mrs. Jean Craft, secretary; Mrs. Anne Szing, treasurer; Jlrs. Paul- ine Cibulka, deputy commis- sioner. The ladies auxiliary to the Fraternal Order of Eagles do- nated the time and service to the banquet. The food was cooked and prepared by the mothers themselves. PRESENTATIONS The following presentations were made at the banquet: First Year Stars for members of the Sparwood Brownie Pack No. I included Michelle Luzod, Marci L-arki, Sherril Rav, San- dra Bonnier, Debbie Hopkins, Kim Redisky, Lori Gay Killson, Joanne Turlev, Patty Bevilac- qua, Dawn Wild, Tracey Lowe, Carol McTavish, Coleen Rod- rioue and Connie Beranek. Second Year Stars were pre- sented to Lois Lowe. Shelly Ullman, Eileen Rutschmann, Joanne Galla and JNficole Cote. The baton badges were pre- sented to Kim Redisky, Coleen Rodrique and Michelle Luzod and Patty Bevilacqua received her toy makers badge. First Year Stars to members of the Sparwood Brownie Pack No. 2 were presented to Karen Shadlick, Debbie Fehr. Lorrie Collins, D e n i s e Boulianne, Laurie DeAnna, Cathy Negrin, Deneen Ganter and Allison Schhmpf. Second Year Stars were pre- sented to Debbie Umess, Liza Venzi, Dianne Urness, Wendy Leah Wood and Theresa Butler. Third Year Stars were pre- sented to Shelly Taylor. Mari- anne Nowotny, Myrna Thomp- son, Evelina Klein and Kelly Butler. Proficiency badges, were pre- sented to Debbie Fehr, Lorrie Collins with singers; Myrna Thompson, skaters and athcl- etes and Leah Wood, toy mak- ers, Golden Bars went to Liza Venzi and Leah Wood. Mrs. Janis Trotzuk present- ed toe following Service stars to members of the Spanvpod Brownie Pack No. 3: First Year Stars went to Linda Pe- triew, Bonnie Smith, Tammy Kriese, Dianna Willett, Tracey Peterson, Elaine Rybachuk, Le- ona Dashney, Peggy Szing and Shelly Galla. Second Year Stars were pre- sented to Lana Cibulka, Dina Wood, Patti Meldrum, Kirn Driedger and Loretta Offerson. Third Year Stars were pre- sented to Tammy Groeutt, Kel- ly DePaoli, Laurel Craft, Pam- ela Peterson, Cindy Feragotti and Lynden Meldrum. Badges were presented to Lana Cibulka who received her gardeners and bead workers badges. Mrs. Pauline Cublka also presented Golden Bars to Linda Petriew, Tammy Kriese and Bonnie Smith. The Brownie Pack No. I members will be marching in the July 1 parade with then- batons. The Sparwood Brown- ies were slated to attend the Brownie Revel at Elkford which was cancelled due to bad weather. Magrath Lions honor students MAGRATH (HNS) Ma- grath Lions Club honored 45 High School students recently at award's day. President John Moors and director Haium Boucher pre- sented trophies which the club donates annually. Those who achieved were: JUNIOR HIGH 1973 Band, Rob Rollingson: social studies, Rob Ripley; arts and crafts, Cathy Toews; physical education, Randy Ha3mes; in- dustrial arts. LeRoy Rasmus- sen' physical education, Nola Dahl; math. Brent Johnson; science. Kristine Cook; english, Cathy Pilling: health. Tina Pon- omar: French. Roberta Ras- mussen: home economics, Christina Peterson; basketball, Ted Haynes; English literature, Brent Taylor; art, Kathy Nyk- yforuk; social science. Tom Alston; All-round boy, Kenneth Dahl; All-round girl, Cindy Rice. SENIOR HIGH 1973 President, Brad Wilde: sec- retary-treasurer, Darci Fletch- er; valedictorian, Mary Thomp- son; Rudy Kulcsar; Bill Leish- Tnan; typing, Gloria Schmidt; business education. Joanne Pas- sey; yearbook, Winona Sal- berg; band, Tom Carter; cheer- leader. Kennedy Jenson; curl- ing, Sheila Owens: basketball Melvin Wong; bas- ketball Rick Pono- mar; home economics, Shu-ley Johnson; industrial arts, Kerry Dalton; English, Diane Schey- dcr; sciencs, Keith Cook; French, Janet Nykyforuk: phy- sical education, Chris Clifton; physical education, Susan Hark- er; social studies, John Bibo; math. Bessie Bourne; biology, Donna social sci- ence, Rolf Schmidt: school spir- it, Tom Sparks; All-round boy, Bill Leishman; All-round girl, Mary Thompson. Rebekahs enjoy bus tour to zoo CLARESHOLM (Special) Final meeting of Foothills Re- bekah lodge for the summer welcomed visiting members: Mrs. Mable Teskey, a Clares- holm member now residing in Taber; Mrs. M. Danes, a mem bar from Blackie now residing in Ciaresholm; Miss Pauline Hagerty, a Claresholm mem- ber working in Lethbridge who owns her home iiere. Mrs. Ferd Dersch, acting Nobb Grand, extended a wel- come from the members. The charter was draped in memory of Eric Ekensteen, a faithful member who passed on recently. New msmbers initiated were. Mrs. M. Kapty. Mrs. George Lane and Mrs. B. Gustman. Fort Macleod members in- stalled Miss Cox as Vice Grand of their lodge for the remaind- er of the term. A donation of was voted to th2 bursary fund. It was de- cided to enter a float in the parade at the local fair. Cranbrook eyes academic growth CRANBROOK, B.C. (HTo) Selkirk College at Castlegar, designed by the province to serve the Kootenays with post- secondary academic education, is proposing to extend nine uni- versity credit courses on 9 two team night school basis to two East Kootenay centres. Cost to Selkirk would be about with the propos- ed school districts giving some modest financial assistance. Fernie has accepted. Credit coursss offered would be English, mathematics, his- tory, biology, chemistry, psy- chology, physics, economics, and sociology. Fee of a course was set. Ssrvice would be part-time staff, tutorial material, mail order and catalogue library servee, audio-visual course re- quirements, and direct com- munication systems with the college at Castlegar. Claresholm dines on buffalo CLARESHOLM (Special) To honor foreign exchange stu- dents in this area for the sum- mer, a Buffalo barbecue was in June. Carol Aschim, district home economist, headed the committee arranging the af- fair. It was originally planned to hold the barbecue at the Wes Aim ranch west of Claresholm but with doubtful weather con- ditions and threatening fore- casts, the barbecue was trans- ferred to the Claresholm arena. About 280 attended from Bas- sano, Lethbridge, Milk River, Champion, Vulcan, Taber, Pin- cher Creek, Calgary, Medicins Hat. Nanton, Fort Macleod, Parkland, Granum. Stavely, Clareshohn town and district. Dave Calderwood was master of ceremonies. The barbecue was followed with a dance to music by Donnie Best's orches- tra, Stavely. A pleasing gesture was the presentation of about a dozen souvenir spoons from the town to exchange students in this area. The presentation was made by Paul Andersen on be- half of the town council. Barry Ernes graduates as lawyer PINCHER CREEK (Special) Barry Edward Ernes, a former resident of Pincher Creek, recently graduated with an L.L.B. from the University of British Columbia. He was awarded the law society gold medal and prize. Mr. Ernes moved to Pincher Creek at an early age and re- ceived his education at St. Mi- chael's High School. With his wife Sherry (Davis) and infant son Aaron, he has taken up residence in Calgary. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ernes of Pincher Creek. Faculty members would spend one day every three weeks in classes with students. Instruction space, secretarial and information services and communications terminals for Fernie and Cranbrook-Kim- berhy are suggesred as prac- tical help in this first oppofr tunity East Kootenay matricu- lants have been offered in post- secondary education. Implementation of this uni- versity level nigbt school now depends on whether Cranbrook or Kimbsrley, only 20 miles apart, accepts the modest bud- get requirement. All East Kootenay centres have active continuing ecuca- tion programs, but academ- ically these are only senior secondary school courses, with major participation in vocation- al creative arts and recreation- al courses. The post- secondary credit course offer would apparently be classified under university extension program rather than "continuing education" whose limits are rather vague. Local chambers of com- merce, city councils, district school boards and the intellec- tual elite of East Kootenay have been articulate in de- manding junior college service for their matriculants. Approval of the Selkirk pro- posal would effectively mea- sure the hard-core interest by matriculants in actual educa- tion advancement acadeatfwrt- PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Chinook Health" Unit will conduct the following well- baby clinics during July: FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday, July 3, Health Unit Office, to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, July 4, Health Unit Office, a.m. and to p.m. LUNDBRECK: T h u r sday, July 5, Anglican Parish Hall, to p.m. CLARESHOLM: Thursday, July 5, Elementary school, to p.m. COLEMAN: Tuesday, July 10, United Church Hall, to a.m. and to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, July 11, Health Unit Of- fice, to a.m. and to p.m. BLAIRMORE: T h u r s day, July 12, Health Unit Office, to a.m. and to p.m. BELLEVUE: Friday, July 13, Town HaU, to p.m. FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday, July 17 Health Unit Office, to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, July 18, to and to p.m. Health Unit Office. CLARESHOLM: Thursday, July 19, Elementary school, to p.m. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vermin Deceux, Resident Rep., Bloirmore Mione REPORT your I it u i 'I ifM The Lethbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area MRS. f. B. ZAUGG..................... 756-3324 TAKER ROSS GIB. 223-2252 TURIN MRS. PAUL JUHAR 73B-4394 TYRELL'S LAKE MRS. HOWARD HAMLING 64J-2263 VAUXHALl c, MRS. R. W. POWERS 2369 WARNER MRS. PEARL LIIBILT 642-3610 SPARWOOD MRS. MOLLY LATKA.................... 425-6617 Contact for your District or Classified Advertising ;