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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, March 11, 1972 THI LCTHBRIDGI HERAID 3 fc, Linda Luchia Photo LIFE MEMBERSHIP Richard Deimuth, vice-president of the Noblcford Community Ice Centre, presents George H. Todd with a n honorary life membership to the Nobleford Curling Club. He has served the board since the club was started in 1949 with the exception of 1969. Currently president, he also led the club in 1964 to 1966, and 1968 and 1970. Seventy-lhree years young, he curls throe or more gomes a week. LSS Durksen jvins top mark BLAIRMORE Miss Bar- bara Durksen of Pincher Creek won a mark of in the girls1 vocal solo class for competi- tors 10 years of age on (lie first day of the 16th annual Crows- nest Pass Music Festival. The festival is sponsored by the Blairmore Lions Club Roehelle Juhlin of Colcman was awarded 84 in the same competition. M arc Pitt of Blairmore scored B6 in class 200 piano solo, seven years and under. Results cf Monday morning classes Piano solo; 10 years end under: Joan Rsdfard, Blairmore, S5; and Karen Vare, Blairmore, 84. Piano duel 1? years and untfer: Lori Kotaberg, Blairrngre, E-i; and Joan R ad ford, S3. Piano salo, 7 years and under: Marc Pirt Blairmore, 8ft; and Lynn Srnim, Bfa rmciff 85 Girls' vocal solo, 6-7 years: Ussa Macleixf, Coliman, 83. Girls' vocal sole, 8-9 years: Jody Macleod, Coreman, 8J; and Jacquellna Piziey, Blairmofe, Girls Folk song !0'o: Bonnie Park. Coleman S5; Jwn Radford, Blairmore SI. Bon- Canyon 1-3: Piano iolo, 11 years and u nic Park, 85; and berg, Blairmore, 8-1. Choral speech: Grade School, Plncher freek, 65. Folk song chorus Grade! Livingslone School Lundbreek, 83, School chorus. Grade 2, Canyon School, Plncher Creek, SS; Isabella Scl- Ion School, Blalrmorc, ai. School chcruii Grade 3. Horace Allen School, Coleman, R4 anrf Living store School, LvndtKeck, 83. WORK IT IN COALDALE fllNS) Spreading and leaving manure on lawns and gardens in town is not permitted, according to the health regulations, unless it is worked inlo (he ground wi in 48 hours. BANK OPENS The Royal Bank of Canada has opened this building al Bellevue. Built at a cast of ii replaces the 60-year-old building thol served the community for many years, Dick of Blairmore rnonage Hie bank office. Photo ELECTROHOME LISTEN "The C.ulum" coloi TV. Special Look 'N l 2li" rnnlHX piclurr? nicd Eloctrolok nutooialic fine luniny nulomntic lint control locfcs in ijont pDSiiiidf! ptchrre. cnhint-i finished in Naiuial Walnul, hip, and tleclrohomn TV and slRF ls now durinrj Look 'N listen Days. E TV SERVICE 1238 3rd Ave. 5. Phone 327-5020 Elks Walker r FORT MACLEOD (COT urcau) Peter Walker has installed extaUed ruler o Jie Fort Macleod Elks at ser ices held in the Macleod Elk: [all. Installation ceremonies wen inducted by district deputy rand exalted mler Mar: Ti-yschuk of 131airmore 11 ras assisted by patrol tear leinbers Clarke Bradley 'rank Vyse and Reno Lissa liaplain Leslie Gilniar; tailing secretary V e r n De- "Olix; and organist Bill Kin lert, all of tfie BJairmore lodge Also installed were past [Ucd ruler, Bud Williams cadinp; knight, Glen Plowman oval kniglil, George Skelding eclnring knight, Dave Couttf reasurer, George Pincler, sei clary, Albert T, Nash; histoi an. Ron Tilhe: chaplain. A 'earson; esquire. Len Tilh nner guard, ,loc Doyle; tylei Murray Lander; two yea ruslee. Ron Lander and pr .si, Bert Kingston. Po niuiiagu lown affairs Councillors take charge TUAGRATII (HNS) Mayor i 'ingrec Tanner lolrt ratepayers c plans to put the manage- ment of the town hi (lie bands f Town Council. "Each coun- ilmau will do the ground work n his department and report at neetings." lie advised citizens there were problems iti any rca they should contact the euncilman in charge. Negotiations have been slaii- d wit h Calgary Power con- erning water. Council is un- appy about the present sHua- ioii as there is no rcpresenta- ion on how the money is pent. Mayor Tanner slated n need o upgrade school buildings and as contacted the Divisional chool Board. He informed the meeting that Ir. Dahl is seeing Edmonton IficiaU regarding a combined unit for a senior citizens home, auxiliary hospital and nursing ionic. This is a new concept n health care and grants are ivailable. In the hospital report no said he town requisition of vas only half as much as the ;vvimming pool expense. Chief Mountain Health Unit office in Magrath cosls half as much as the hospital. A tolal of 7T per cent of hospital expenditures are for wages and salary for 22 full-time and eight part-time employees. He commended the ad tn inistralion (or full ac- crcditalion, unique for n ;10 hod is veil used by Magrath and surrounding districts. Mayor Tanner concluded by saying the town is in fine con- dition with improved roads, curbs and gutters- "We want to keep the land on the Pol hole Creek as a wilderness area for the use of our citizens, not bo hospital. This excellent, facility imarreii ny motor vehicles." Gorrill rink >viis spiel; honor Hortoii NEW DAYTON (I INS) Harry Gorrill won the 18th an- nual Community Bonspiel which wound up recently with turkey banquet and dance. Prizes were awarded to win- ning rinks by the golf club chairman, Leo Rariek. The second event was won by the Victor Knupp ruik. 'Lawrence Kaupp's rink won the third event and Uie fourth was won by Rick Duell. A plaque was dedicated memory Uie late George A Morton, in recognition of his faithful service to the com nvtmity. He was president of gol cluh at the Lime of his death Mr. Gorrill accepted the pla que on behalf of Mr. Morton's family and a minute's silenci was observed. The plaque wil hang in the community hall. Tliomsous celebrate March 24al District of Cardston to win Summer Games last eportcd councilman David owry as recreation chairman. He expressed appreciation r co-operation of the commit- ee which includes J. Hamilton, ice-president; Ray Stevenson, len's activities; Alice Steven- on, ladies' keep fit and charm lass and tennis; Mark Passey nd Alan Dudley, outdoor rec- eation; Isobel Holladay, arts nd crafts; and Harold Bou- her, senior citizens recreation, total of 12 per cent of the own's expenditure is for rec- eation, Mr. Lowry explained o citizens at the annual meet- ng- Tom Karrcn's services as art-time recreation director of great >raluc in organiz- nj; the Summer Games. Coun- :il is debating possibilities of a [nil-time director this year. The curling club had a suc- cessful year with the lown do- nating for expenses. They also operate the skating rink which had ideal weather for an outdoor rink. Suggestion was made that more times be avail- able for children lo skate and that a roof might prolong the season. Expense and trouble of snow removal would also be avoided. Mr. Lowry said (he Winter Works grant of over Mill be used for locker facilitits at the golf course ami park de- velopment. Horse clubs have been advised to register their names to receive assistance in establishing a track, Magrath. swimming pool tised for extended repairs but served a large district ivcll through a hot summer. Efforts will be made to open the pool in June if weather is favorable. An Opportunity for Y o u t h grant is available again ilns season and open for applica- tions. NEW POSTMASTER Lynn tayton, Taber native son, has been named postmaster at Taber, He started hi career the Taber posr office in J957 and became assistant postmaster in 1967. Eager Hills section of Highway 3 progresses CRANBROOK (Special) Contractor for improvement of the Eager Hills section of Hifihway 3. bet Cranbrook and Kort Sleek: junction, says it probably will be in use with pulvimix surface by summer- About a million cubic yards of ro ck work for t li e ba.se of the new route (s IwU finished. Work continued over winter, employing up to a peak GO, wit h only a two-we ek Decent ber holiday closure. The old narrow route, built in 1936, wound at coiisiderablo elevation along the Eager Hills well above Uie railway track ttirough Lsadore Canyon wnich was abandoned more than a year ago. The new route el i m i n ales much of the winding and tens Uie distance by following the canyon base level. Eniil Anderson Construe. tion is contractor. PIONEER CLUB TABER (HNS) The an- nual general meeting of the Taber Pioneer Club will bo held Siwdny, March 26, at p.m. in the White Room d tha Taber Community Centre. More district on page 10 Tl NOBLE CENTRAL CHAMPS Top curlers at Noble Central High School are Duane McCurrach, skip) Trevor Esau, third; and frortf, Kirk Hofman, second; and Bob Rogers, oil of Noble'ord. It's the first time on oil-mole rink has the high school square championship In the TO-yeor history of Jhe high school curling club. Luchia Photo FERTILIZER Place orders now for MANURE Phone 328-5083 MLA, Ileiiioiien credit union PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) John Heinonon was elected president, of the Picture Buttc Sugar Makers' Cnxlil Uninn fit (he annual mrrlinj.' v.ith Kmil Wyrostok vit-r prrsidrnl. Di- rectors arc Ron Snbo, John Rudelich and Lawrence Erirh- son. Committee members are Zolten Sabo, Ken RcstaJI, Joe Sztifina, Gabriel Nagy, Steve Mazntincc and Jason Ronney. A dividend of -1.7 per cent on shares and a five per cent inter- est rebate were announced by retiring president Ron Sabo. RAYMOND (HNS) Th contract for new sewer lagoon to located north of Raymon has been awarded to Remini ton Construction for S113.088. Work will commence as soo as weather permits. Other b id s we re recei ved froni Kenwood Construction, Richardson Brothers Borgc Construction, McLean Construction S225.U8; Cnningham and Shan- non Con- struction. SISfi.flOO. Mayor Robert Clrahnm con- firmer! the contract had Ixxin awarded. for band PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Another boost was given to the Picture Bullc High School Rand when tbf! Picture Tiutte branch of the Canadian legion .scnled lo assist the band Ijeginn prrsinVnf Clarence Dirkoul presrnleH the cheque to Ross llnn'ey, conductor of the band. STATION COALDALE (IINS) The Cofilrtale Police Department will move Into the new Coni- dnle police .station Moinlay, March 20. The new phone IIUDI- bcr will bo 3-15-1-122. The gay, carefree way of life- Jordans' happy new Shag-Look for People with Young Ideas "I 11 fm OX7" OCILULJL fJciY VlbranJ, multi-color nylon BroacJ- loom novv specially priced for ihis Groat Spring Event! Made exclusively for dans by Bigclow. We Have Carpets for Everyone! Jordans Uie Jordtini Convenient Budget Down Poymenll DOWNTOWN At 315 6th Street S. Out-of-town residents may 327-1 103 colled for service right in their own homel ;