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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 21, 1770 1HE IFTHBRIDGE HEMlb 3 Brittner Wins Top Mark TABKR (11X5) Judy Brit- Iner of Taber provided the high rote of the Taber Kiwaiiis Music Festival opening day ivil'n her soft rendition of How Soft Upon Evening Air. Only competitor in the girls' vocal solo class, 17 years and under, Miss received liigh praise from adjudicator Paul Bom-ret and a mark of 89. Cindy collected 66 marks in the girls' vocal, 10 years, class. Ray Ratzlaff To Address Credit Unions TABER Leahy, (4. >iaw 13: Kathy fVdorrii, Rho- Hall Der.nts Eva.r> 64- Piano Bach, IS: She-ryl 7no Elile Kalma, Ei; H- 9no Bach, cpen: Kirr.l FrencEs i-wj Laurie nnibyrgTi, Cub trxrift: lit later, !S H. .r.Ily mulic: Earl Elllrnson ss'p, and Vtxal d'jfl. IS: vd Faircn, f4; Barbara ;n and Jadir.-j Foog, Sacred female: Elsie- Kelmt, Musical theaVe, li: Jensen, Conrad, El. Girls' vocal, 17: Judy Vocal tris, open: Henry Dick and Rila Ur-ruh, Service club ctorin: later M and 83. Blood Donor Clinic Sel For April 7 TABKR OINS) Taker's spring blood cloncr clinic will be held Tuesday, April 7 at St. Mary's High Sctol on 50th St. and'55th Ave. Sessions will be held from to in Ibe afternoon, and from to 9 o'clock in Ihc evening. Convener Mrs. Fay Sloanc said the lied Crcjs Blood Transfusion Service would "be very happy with 275 donations of blood." (Sewage Plant To Cost SKATING SUNDAY TABER (HNS) The follow ing skating schedule has been announced: Saturday: Public, 7 to 9 p.ra Sunday: 2 to 5 p.m., publi skaling. Monday through Friday to 4 p.m. pre-schoolers; to p.m. public skating; to 9 p.m. public skating. We Invite MACnAlll (HNS) average slay of 6.5 days. gratli is out of debt and was a in. birtlis to aro proud cf i'.s citizens with a low in deaths of four IUT councilmcn who work lours to run cur town, 20 year debenlure will Swcn Jensen said paid off the end of May. "We invite people lo is no mill rate set for wre and enjoy our finances as they now He was speaking al the on a set amount and re- cent annual mecling. Tlie meeting was poorly from the municipality. Councilman Cal Alston re- for library. Comfortable Mark Wood represented in the new library and Card, auditors for the encourage greater partici- He reported a change in counting as a double entry portrait cf the late Sadie tem is now used. Receiu'.s will be hung in the new 1969 were and She organized the first in lax arreas has been paid in Magrath in 1S37. ing Magrath a healthy Bouchjr is chairman the library board with Mrs. The hospital report was Norton as librarian. by Councilman Gersld Johnson reported on man. Favorable con d i t i and property. All sewer exist in Magrath have been cleaned and Hospital which received full .'reed cf loose tile. creditation in 1969. A total new disposal plant is need- 830 palicnls were admitted as the present one was only Here' buill lo bardic hall sewage i now going (hra'jRli. II has been drairang into i'olholc Creek. The proposed plan' will he lagoon Ivpo and will cost 000. II will be located east of Ken Hindley's barn. Road report was given by Gerald Lebhman. Tlw govern- mcrt rant ct will be used tliis year for base on 12 blocks to be hard surfaced. Health and welfare was countcd by Dr. n. M. Dahl. lie feels Cjiicf Mountain Health Unit is aji excellent job. Magrath lids agitated tor a nursing home but it will be established at Cardston where need is greater. This district also participates in the Senior Citizen's Home in n Cardslon. Reports show it can- not be self sustaining unless rents are raised. Welfare has been cut since recent provincial legislation provided for anyone needing as- stance over J'l days. Only W as paid by Ihe town last year nd S53. was ri'liirnid. Civil defence has been w- nit down by the ledtril v.nth only }14t penl lail year. Dave Lowry reported rccrci- on. The swimming pool opera- d at a deficit. In Ihc youth program M boys anticipated in A golf linie was given (or beginnen flay Stevenson feaeling. Curling is a sell sustaining port in Maprath. Th.e new recreation program lans to expand sport facilities n (he town park. The teruu! ourt is near completion and more ball diamonds be set p for school and town use. Councilman L. B. re- ported S532 surplus in finances, 'ax collections have improved ince the home owners grant vas issued. Outstanding taxes total Taxes were raised seven mills o meet Ihe education requisi- ion wliich is five times what t was two years ago. Mr. emphasized the of Magrath CMOS no debentures. At the last annual meeting approval was given by rate- jayers to build s new town iail library complex U no debt was incurred. Council has done so with no debenture. Landscaping has been offered by a local architect and will be carried out thij spring. The lire department cost P.- 000 in 1909. Tire former Cock- shult building has been ren- ovated to house the municipal and town pumpers. DRIVING GRADUATES Recent graduates of Kate Andrews High School's first semester driver education class are, back row, left lo right: Alice DeJager, Carol Kroker, Carolyn Regehr, Mary Slemko, Carol Bollezar, Magdalene Woelcke, Wilma Hollrop, Phyllis Rsgier, Mar- garet Reimer and Violet Nagy. Front row: Charles Coe, Instructor; J. S. FHesen, instructor; Barrington Siaddon, Ian Luco, Eddy Suyker, AlvEn Dueck, Allan Poettcker, Bill Girbav, Peter Janzen, Chris Merkler and Inspector J. Carmichael of the safely division of the highway traffic board. Kate Andrews High School has graduated more trained drivers than any other high school in the province. Tymburski Photo INSTRUMENTS From PER MONTH. MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd and 13IS 51. i. Easter Services Set COALDALE (HNS) Rcr-' vices marking Easter will be conducted here. Palm Sunday, March 22, will he observed in Ore Mennonite Conference Church with a ser- vice in German at a.m. Speaker for the English ser- vice beginning at a.m. will be Peter Letkemann. Chil- dren will sing. Prayer services: p.m. day, March 22, Monday and Tuesday. Good Friday, March 27, the Communion Service will com- mence at a.m. Easier Sunday March 29 young people will meet at the church at a.m. for smrise service to be held at Henderson Lake, Dr. McKensie, professor of English at University of Lelh- bridge will speak. S. W. "SID" BRYANT FARM MACHINERY AUCTION SALE 7li MliiS NORTH, MILES EAST VAUXHALL, ALBERTA THURS. MARCH 26TH TERMS-CASH LUNCH AVAILABLE SALE STARTS A.M. Having received TniUuttioni from Mr. Bryant, wa will offer the following machinery, cattle, and mhcsllaneoui by Public Auctions TRACTORS AND TRUCKS 730 Jt> Diesel Troclor, '-vide front ante, power steer- ing. Ring and valve grind fob In 1969. New rubber Hydraulics, AR JD Trader, good shape. 1954 Ford one ton truck, hoist, new rubber, good shape. MACHINERY JD 12-fl. Chisel Plow, JD 8-rt. tooled culMvalor; IHC 12-fl. Double disc press drill, on rubber, gocd ihope; JO No, 33 Manure Spreader on rubber, good shape; JD 3-Bollom 14-in. Plow, Speed Bottom K'rtfiner Dilchcr, hydraulics; Cocksbult Oneway, Seeder box, 10-lf. IHC Power Bfnd- cr and Canvas; JD 14-in. HammermMI; Farmhand StocVmover, like new; 10-ft. Wooden Float; Farmhand Slacker. Complete wilh Hoy Bosket and Manure Bucket; 4-wheslerf rubber lired ond hay roth Sfeol wagon and hoy rack; 9 sections Diomond-loslh Harrlwj. S'eel on Tubber tires; 35-fl. Scoon- o-Second 9 hp motor; MagralH 21 -ft. Grain- leader, 7 h.p. Briggs ond Groin Auger, 16-ft., with molorj IHC Hone roke, hlgS wheelcdj IHC 22-in. Threshing Machine on Rubber Mossey-forguion 7-ft. Mower; Antiqires 1 Corn Cultivator; 1-lwo-bolrorn Harss Plow; 1 Fresno: Slip, MISCELLANEOUS 180 Amp. Forney Welder; Mocleod Submerge Tump; 500- Gal. Singfe Compartment Gos TonV on Stand; 300-Gol. Fuel Tank; Vfoodcn Lading Chule; 500 ChleV; Brooder Propanej Stonebcat; Pressure Pump; 3 J.D, Plow Bollomi; 500-fl. in. Plaslk Hose: 275-ft. Plastic Hose; Pump ond Cylinder! 400-Gal. Galvanized Water Tank; Pump JacV; falia tlectric Cream Separator; 2 Army Bunk Beds; Quantity of Sealers; Cupboard; 5 Feed Bunb; TOOLS ForVs; Shovel i; Bars; Chains; Grease Gunsj Vise; etc. Quantity of Scrap Iron. HAY 3 Slotls Fiist Culling Alfallo loose; Slrow Balci. CATTIE 15 Hcod Shorlhern Srset: Cows. Could tome with Calves ot fool by Sole Timoi 6 One-Yeor-Old Shonhorn Re- placement 2 Yearlir.9 Sieersi 1 Roon SJiorthorn Bull 1 Years in April; I While Shanhorn 2 Ycosr irt April, SAIE CONDUCTED BY Hammon and Oseen Auction Service TURIN, A18ERTA AUCTIONEERS DIAK 05EFN JERRY HAMMON ticenss No. 611 llcenss No. 406 Phone 739-5184 Phone ENCHANT, AITA. TURIN, AlHRTA The Eaitef service at Us church in German will begin at a.m. Speaker for the English Easier service will be Rev. C. L. nick cf Medicine Hat. llev. Bruce Field of SI. Am- brose Roman Caliiolio Church has scheduled services: Palm Sunday, March 22, masses will w at and 11 a.m.; March -3, March 24 and March 25 masses will be conducted al Holy Thursdny, March the mass and procession sill be al p.m. with adora- till 10 p.m.; confessions loly Thursday may be said ram 2 to 5 p.m. Good Friday Service March 7, will be at 3 p.m.; Station of he Cross at p.m.; confes- sions Good Friday from 1 lo >.m. and 8 to 9 p.m.; Holy Sat- irday, March 28 the Easier Vigil Service commences at 9 i.m. Confessions will he heard rom 2 to 6 p.m. Masses Easter Sunday, March 29. will be of- ercd al 9 ami 11 a.m.: masses during the Easier Week, Mon- day. March 30, to Friday, April will be conducted at 12 noon. Saturday. April 4, Ihe time for mass will be a.m. The Redeemer Lu t b e r a n Church service on Palm Sun- day, March 22, begins al 10 a.m. Pastor Emil Lukas is in charge. According lo Pastor Lukas it is traditional lo have a confii'ir.a- lion service on Palm Sunday. This year due lo recent illness nf the paslor a change was nec- essary. Sunday, April 26. the Confirmation Service will be lieid Sunday, May 3. Owklale Church Easier S'.tnrJay Service. March 29. Hcfiins al (0 a.m.; special music, la'ks and fciipture readings; Bishop Lrlion Low presiding. Canadian Reformed Churcli marks Easier: Palm Sunday. March 22. 10 a.m. and p.m.. English; Good Friday, March 27. p.m.: Easier Sunday services will be held in English at 10 a.m. and in Dulcb at p.m. Canon G. G. Nakayama of the Anglican Church of the Ascen- sion celebrates Easier as fol- low: Palm Sunday, Holy Com- munion at S a.m. and II a.m. and morning prayer at a.m.: during Holy Week from Monday. March 23. lo Trrjrfday, March 20, morning prayer a I 7 a.m. Holy Communion a.m. and evening prayer p.m. daily: Good Friday, 27, Lilhany and Prayer in English at 10 a.m.; Lilhany and Prayer in Japanese al 2 p.m.; Easier sunrise service will commence I at 7 a.m. Holy Communion al 8 a.m. morning prayer at 'a.m.; Kaslcf Holy Communion I at 11 a.m. Choose Tag For School By VERV DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLA1HMORF, The name Crowsnest Consolidated High School was chosen by the board of trustees of Uio Crowsr.est Pass School Division No. 63 for the new high school being buill for the division. It was announced that in cum- bent Veno Pozzi had been elect- ed lo the board for a three- year term to represent sub-di- vision No. 3 of Frank, Mohawak and Hillcrest. ilir. Pozzi of Hillcrest defeat- ed Louis Olinek of Bellevue with a vote of 134 I John Sahis of Colerean was appointed as chairman of the division board and Grant Hall of Blairmore vice-chairman. and buildings commit- tees were appointed and Jolra Salus. Nora Colliding and Mrs Lorraine Aiello will look after subdivision 1; John Lloyd ant Granl Hall subdivision 2. anc Joe and Veno Pozz will look after subdivision 3. The negotiating committee will include John Lloyd o Blairmore, Joe Krywplt o Frank and Nora Colliding o Cclcman. appointed as second vice-prin- ipal of the Crowsnest Consoli- dated High School. Miss Ruth Sudworth was sp Minted principal of the Cole- nan Central School lo be cffec live Sept. 1. The board approved an II- veck extension of time lo Bird Construction Company Lid. due .0 the steel strike. Completion dale is June 15. 1970. Mrs. Helen Marcolin of Bel- :evue was hired fo teach at the JID JIcEachern Echcol in Bel leviie starling Sepl. 1. AFTERNOON OFF Due to a teacher seminar junior school students o the division will be dismisses. for Ihe afternoon o( Friday April 17. The board approved one slu dent from each of the Isabelli Sellon and Horace Allen Higl Schools lo atlend a girls learl ership workshop to be held a Calgary. Chailes Burke of Taber was I School. PLAN BAZAAR COALDALE (HNS) Tte Coaldale Arts and Crafls clu will plan Ihe spring tea anc bazaar al ik regular meeting a p.m. Monday. March 2. in the Kate Andrews llig COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Utltbridge Herald Correspondents In Your Area BIACKIE WHS. MAROAM1 MONTGOMIRY P.Q M> CRANBROOK NANCV MILES (Special] 304 Slh Si, S DEI BONITA MRS. EOITH TMBOT Gin. Del. ETZIKOM MRS. THIKIA EKNES Gen. Del. FOREMOST GEOFf. TACO 381 FAITH MRS. THtKIA IHNES Can. Del. people for Diiliicl Kews or CFatsifitd Adverriifng Ciusmeii 'his Weekend PINXHER CHEEK Kinsmen Clubs of Zone 0. hich takes in Brooks, Bas- ai.o, CoaMale, Lethbridge cdicinc Hat, Milk River nchcr Creek, VamhaH anc ulcan will hold the annual >ring zone meeting here today net Sunday. district governor Bill a n Biirskirk of Lelhbridgc ill be. in charge. COMMUNITY AUCTION SALES ASSOCIATION LTD. REGULAR CATTLE SALE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25th 11 a.m. PIHCHER STATION SALES YARD 600 HEAD FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE INCLUDING: 200 fat Cattle ol which 45 lieod consignment from A. Therriauil 300 Calvei Including: SO Head From Gerald Hcthllein 65 Head from Buck Jack 40 Head from Emit Harm CONSIGN YOUR CATTLE EARLY Auclionetr-WARREN C. COOPER-lieenco No. 3 ATTENTION SHOPPERS! We would like to remind our mtmy that we REMAINING OPEN during renovations to our store. We'll soon have a "brand rww look" for your shopping convenience and enjoyment. Please drop in and look over our large selection of QUALITY WESTERN WEAR for the entire family. Shop now for Spring and Easier. MEN'S WESTERN SUITS Quality made by Prints ClotWna Fine-all-wool WouleJl mtlitul- ouslv tailored and firriHed. E MEN'S WESTERN SPORT COATS Fino Iweeds ind plains by Prince Clothing SCRiOQ -PRICED AT.................................. MEN'S AIL-WOOL WESTERN DRESS PANTS Expertly toitored In nuthenlk weitein stylo................ MEN'S Cowboy Boots by Toxoi Jrrjnd. Tony Lama, and Juilin. In all ilylei ond colon. fRICED FROM 29-95 MEN'S WESTERN HATS Fine Fur felti by these ing makers-Bailey, American by 0. SHEC10R SALES UP. 308 5th Street S. ;