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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Recreation board liit by council BLAiRMORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore council has ex- pressed dissatisfaction with tho representation on the recrea- tion board. The agreement will be referr- ed back to the advisory hoard requesting that representation IK equalized among the three con- tributing bodies, Miss Bonnie Porter, recrea- tion director, was at the meet- ing to discuss the terms of the new recreation agreement. The proposed board would comprise nine members. Two would be from Blairmorc, one from Frank, two from the im- provement district appointed by tho minister of municipal affairs, another two members at large from the improvement district to represent Hillcrest and east Coleman (one from each one from the Crows- nest Pass school division and one from tte high school stu- dents council. The swimming pool state rnent for 1972 revealed a defi- cit of for the year's op- eration. Monday, Morch 12, 197S THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Cardston agro society plans 3 major events CARDSTON (HNS) The Cardston Agricultural Society is sponsoring three major evcnis this summer. An indoor rodeo will be held Way 25 and IK. A horse show will be held Aug. 22 and the agricultural Fsir Aug. 23. Cardston Agricultural Society president is Reid Kearl. Vice president are Michael It ivoii't like this in August Don.7 Don Hanson of the Cardston district grains his horses during a recent snowflurry up in the foothills high coun- try. Don and wife Maxine will direct ihe Cardston Agri- cultural Society Horse Show scheduled for Aug. 22, Musical Ride film shown to children CLARESHOLM (Special) Efforts were in ado recently by the Pentecostal Mis- sion ettes to create better rela- tions between police and chil- dren, Leaders felt children and young people should regard members of the police as friends rather than a body to be feared. The police co-operated. Const. Tom Clements and Const. Larry Burnett, both of the RCMP, attended the meeting and answered questions, show- ed how requests are sent to headquarters-for data on miss- 'ng persons and how quickly the requested information is received. The constables brought the patrol car and showed e q u i fo- ment. Shown was the film, The Musical Ride. 5haw and Bill Reeder. Mrs. Mildred Jensen is secretary- reasurer. Fair directors arc Mrs. Anna xjuise Olsen, chairman; Mrs. onnie Molcak and Keith Quinton, vice-chairmen. Mrs. Mildred Jensen is sec- retary treasurer. Mrs. Alice Crabtree is fair recorder. Ray Powlesland and Farney Archibald are in charge of the cattle section; Lavern ,'adnais, sheep; Mrs. Connie Jackson and Mrs. Lola Archi- >ald, junior pets; Roland Haw- horne, grains, grasses and weeds; Mrs. Bessie Shields and Mrs. Rachael Leavitt, flowers and plants; Mrs. Donna Jen- sen, vegetables and fruits; Mrs. Slaine Nelson and Mrs. Monte McClung, home cooking; Mrs. Lethbridge Counly 26 junior high hoop champions Picture Butte Junior High School Badgerelles won' the recent lelli- bridge County 26 basketball Tournament for junior high girls. Front row, lefl: Brenda HaHori, Donna Thurlow, Bonnie Nyhoff, Marlene Hummi and Bev Hanna. Back rowi Carolyn' Honinger, manager; player' Pam Sucher; coach Tom Madden; and players Donna Hanna, Joyce Tokai, Wilma Mulder, Susan Warren and Susan Passmore. Shower set for March 14 PICTURE BlITTE (Special) An open invitation has been extended for a bridal showc in honor oi Mrs, Barry Brilt. It will be held in the Nazar cne Church here Wednesday March M, p.m. Mrs. Brilt, the former Pau line Ikebuchi, arrived home re cently with her husband, to visi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim IkebuclnY of Turin. Mr. and Mrs. Britt were were married in late Decembc in Hawaii where she lias beel working as a nurse for abou three vears. Pat Vadnais, embroidery, nee- dlework and sewing; Mrs. Shar- on Pitcher, arts and handi- crafts; Mrs. Irene Traxel and Mrs. Laura Vadnais, school work; and Mrs. Calherine Hull, advertising. The horse show is under Ihe direction of Don and Maxine Hanson. The prize lists arc now out. They are available at the dis- trict agriculturist's office, the town hall or from any of the directors. A fashion show is being held in conjunction wilh the fair. Anyone interested may con- tact Mrs. Connie Mocak. A charity auction will be held in the evening. Trophies and money be awarded at that time. 87 knitted and articles produced by Piucher IODE PINCHER CREEK (Special) of the Captain Mc- Phail Chapter of the IODE had a very busy year. Total work of the services de- partment, wilh Mrs. Joy Cam- eron as secretary, consisted of 87 knitted and sewn articles, four crib quilts, four Kor e a n quilts, 13 filled property bags, 105 pounds of used clothing for the Thrift Shop, magazines and paper backs to the Peigan In- dians and the Jail, books to the Brocket library, Christmas cheer to Cresiview Lodge, thank you gifts, and a total of 400 hours spent in commu- nity work for the Red Cross, hospital auxiliary, arthritic campaign, blood donors, can- cer drive and historical society. Members entertained resi- dents of Crestview Lodge and donated a bursary to Miss Jackie Porter of tho Living- stone High School. They also decided to send to the Wil- low Creek hospital to assist in providing listening stations for patients who are hard of hear- ing. DR. M. J. KENNEY BOW ISLAND Wishes to announce Ihe Opening of a Branch Offics PRACTICE of FAMILY MEDICINE at the ENO BUILDING, FOREMOST Commencing Tuesday, March 13th OFFICE HOURS: Mon. Fri. 10 n.m. to 12 Noon Phono 867-3917 Oldtixners delighted with centre PICTURE BUTTE (Special) just never realized how bored I was until the Happy Oldtimers Club began said ttie club's secretary-treas- urer following the March busi- ness meeting. And judging by the pheno- menal growth in eight months, from, the original 47 members to today's 140, Mrs. Sylvia Mc- Kay isn't alone in this opinion. The Happy Oldtimers Drop- In Centre, open 10 to 5 and 7 la 10 each day, is a beehive of activity for oldsters wishing to take advantage of the daily program and special events. The guest register proves how much Use centre is appre- ciated and used. An energetic program is planned for March, including a whist party at 2 p.m. March 13. A group from the Lethbridge YMCA will entertain the after- noon of March 22. That eve- ning will feature an organist ATTENTION Open All Day Saturday All Credit Cards Accepted SALE 1 FIRST TIRE IIST PRICE SECOND TIRE ALL PASSENGER, TRUCK and TRACTOR TIRES ON SAIEI DROP IN AND COMPARE FREE MOUNTING -EXAMPIE- F78xl4 4 PVY FLEfTWOOD TUBEIESS NYLON PASSENGER TIRE LEONARD TIRE MART LTD. 1902 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 327-3580 "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL" from the Heinlzman Piano Company. The musician will piay all requests registered with Mrs. McKay by next Tues- day. Keep fit or get tit classes will start March 20 from to a.m. for senior citizens only. Coaldale Vauxliall oWUmers will be hosted for a noon lun- cheon and afternoon entertain- ment March 28. Commenting on the recent purchase of a piano, Mrs, Mc- Kay expressed the hope of old- timers here that a New Hori- zons grant will still tie forth- coming to the club, for this and future improvements. SEED PARLEY IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Leonard K. Haney recently at- tended the Alberta Seed Grow- ers Association convention at Red Deer and was named to the board of directors. He and Ernie Cavarneberg of Calmar, vice-president, were in Winni- peg, Man., recently for the Manitoba Seed Growers Asso- ciation annual convention. Foresters, hoop club back complex NATAL (HNS) At a re- cent meeting of the Spanvood recreation commission, two do- nations were received for the new recreation complex. The Fescoe Foresters do- nated The money was raised by the Foresters when they sponsored a Christmas tree burning party. The other donation was from the senior men's basketball club and represents the gate from a recent exhibition game. The commission approved a fund-raising casino March 10, sponsored by the badminton club, and a St. Patrick's Day social March 17, both at the community hall. Plans were started for the July 1 community celebration with the commission to call a public meeting. It will organize a committee for the celebra- tion, to be staged in the Dis- Irict of Spanvcod. DON'T LOOK FOR TROUBLE ON YOUR______ INCOME TAX To get the full lion's share of those legal deductions, flH look no further! Jusl take COMPLETE Tk your tax return lo H R RETURNS IP BLOCK. There's on offica rear you. Trained prepar- ers will fame your foxes. H R BtOCK-A good place to place your con- fidence. I We guarantee, accurata preparation of every tax relum. I If we make any errors that cost you any penalty or in- I will pay only that penalty a interetl.__________ (MM Uned Tu Jmke ftrer SOW mm h Ibri JUnkt) 815 3rd AVE. SO 314 13th ST. NO. OPEN 9 A.M. 9 P.M. WEEKDAYS, 9 5 SAT, Ph. 327-3711 OPEN TONIGHT NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY PARENTS and STUDENTS RESIDING IN The County of Lethbridge No. 26 In the event that teachers withdraw their sew ices at a.m. on Monday, March 12, all County of Lethbridge No. 26 Schools, St. Joseph's School in Coaldale, and St. Catherine's School in Picture Butte will be closed. Should the strike be prolonged, arrangements to allow Grade 12 students to use Libraries and resource centre's may be made provided adequate supervisory personnel are avail- able. SCHOOL BUSES WILL NOT OPERATE The School Committee regrets that these actions had >o be taken. The members wish to assure you that all steps will be taken to restore regular school operation as soon as possible after ihe dispute is settled. School Commilfee of the County of Lefhbridge No. 26 R. E. Grant Assistant Secretary-Treasurer ;