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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March 22, THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 17 Tlu- Herald- District High marks shared at Cards ton fest CARDSTON (HNS) A high mark of 88 was shared by three performers on the second day of the Cardston and District Music Festival. Teresa Pitcher earned that mark with her entry in the folk song, 19 years and under class Trudy Pitcher received an 88 in the girl's solo, grades 10, 11 and 12 class. In the speech classes, Lori Hinman earned an 88 in her entry in the Canadian poetry, 16 years class The most popular class of the festival was held in the evening About 400 people saw the musical theatre performances Two children, Michael Paquette, 4, and Jennifer Beazer, 6, stole the show with their performance of Daisy Bell They received 84 marks. "A delightful was the way adjudicators Anne Campbell and Leona Paterson described a large group of children calling themselves the Sesame Kids in the community music class. "Do we have to give them a mark9" answered the children "Then we give them 100 per she replied. Tuesday's results follow Accountant on move NATAL (HNS) Ward Popence, vice president, administration of Kaiser Resources Ltd has moved to the Vancouver office of the company after serving four years at Sparwood. He joined the company in 1970 as administrative manager and a year later was appointed to his present position He, his wife Betty, and son Ross lived at Ferine. Mr Popence was born at Topeka. Kansas A graduate of Pomona (California) College where he majored in economics, he joined the Kaiser organization in 1950 as a staff auditor. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accounting. SEED CONTRACTS Hiqli Prices Cutncb m inHiMt fir PEAS and other SEED CROPS COLUMBIA SEED Co. Ltd., Vauxhall Phone 654-2535 FOLK SONGS Girls, 10 years and under. Stacy Pitcher, 85 Boys, 10 years and under Barrel Walburger 83, Carey Qumton, 83 (tied) Girls, 12 years and under Karen Olsen, 85. Margie Low, 84 Boys, 12 years and under Mark Marker. 82 Girls, 14 years and under Lily Gay Steed, 87, Myrna Morton, 84 Girls, 16 years and under Trudy Pitcher, 87 19 years and under Teresa Pitcher, 88. Cindy West, 86 Folk Ballad Solo, 16 years and under Cheryl Russell, 86, Laurel Haitley 85 Folk Ballad Solo, 19 years and under Teresa Pitcher, 86, Cindy West, 85 GIRLS SOLO Grade 1 Gale Hartley, 83, Stacey French. 82 Grade 2 Leanne Davies. 83. Julie Cameron, 82 Grade 4 Karen Bennett. 82, Elaine Paul, 81 Grade 5 Tamara Tagg, 84. Pamela Cameron, 84 (tied) Julie Ann Jensen, 83 Grade 6 Margie Low, 85, Lori Humphreys. 84 Grade 7 Lisa Matkin, 87 Grade 8 Laurel Davies, 83 Grade 9 Lilly Gay Steed 85 Grades 10. 11 and 12 Trudy Pitcher, 88, Teresa Pitcher 86 BOYS SOLO Grade 2 Jimmie Low. 83 Grade 4 Darrel Walburger 84, Mark Pitcher. 83 TEEN AGE GIRLS CHORUS Choralettes, 169 COMMUNITY MUSIC Choralettes, 165 Musical Theatre Sesame Kids, 100 VOCAL DUET Lisa Matkin and Jocelyn Van Orman, 86. Kathy Lowry and Margie Low. 85. Tamara Tagg and Julie Ann Jensen. 85 (tied) FOLK BALLAD DUET Tara Tolman and Elaine Folsom. 81 FOLK BALLAD SOLO SR. Cindy West. 86 L1EDER Mrs Emma Knoch, 80 MUSICAL THEATRE DUET 16 years and under Lori Larson and Pauid uallup. 86. Tamara Tagg and Lisa Matkin. 86 Michael Paquette and Jennifer Beazer, 84 MUSICAL THEATRE PRODUCTION 16 years and under The Jinglebelles 85 Senior Can-Can Girls, 85 DRAMATIC POETRY 10 years Rita Nelson, 85. Tamara Tagg 84 Gerald Hartley, 84 (tied) 12 years Melodee Marker, 86, Cheryl Beazer 84 CANADIAN POETRY 10 years Tamara Tagg, 84. Zoe Thomas 84 Debra Watson, 83 12 years Shelley Smigel. 85. Duaine Palmer 85 Karen Alston, 84 14 years Carol Hartley, 85. Monica Leavitt. 84 16 years Lori Hinman, 88, Carol Ann Leavitt. 85 19 years. Larry Hartley. 85 SOLO SCENE 12 years Tamara Tagg, 85, Rita Nelson 84. Brenda Oishi, 84 (tied) 14 years Joanne Rine, 86 19 years Terry Pitts. 84 Open Shan Hohm, 87 Sparwood Lions help seal drive NATAL (HNS) The Sparwood Lions Club has begun its annual Easter Seal campaign under chairman Dr. E. R. Luzod. Funds derived are used for medical care, transportation, rehabilitation, housing and other services for the handicapped. "If you had a crippled child, wouldn't you marvel to know that such care and services were available to you and your asked Dr. Luzod. He stressed the current appeal is being made to everyone in the community, not just a few. "Give whatever you can afford and then just add a little more to he said. BILL GROENEN photo Refreshment Like gently folded ice cream ready to cool a dry tongue, this snow bank east of Lethbridge near the jail waits to bring refreshment to spring soil. standing whisky Canadian heritage. Taste our classic example. Introducing HERITAGE -anj jn Taber farmer wants 'snowmobile bait9 District calendar The Barons Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring infant and pre-school clinics at Picture Butte, Tuesday. March 26, in the Picture Butte High School from 10 a m to 12 noon and 1 30 to 4 p.m. Taber, Tuesday, March 26, in the health unit office in the Administration Building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 27, in the school from to p.m.. Vanxhall, Wednesday, March 27, in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. Coaldale, Thursday, March 28, in the health unit office in the Town Office Building (upstairs) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. Taber, Thursday, March 28, in the health unit office in the Administration Building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. The annual meeting of the St. Marys River Irrigation District will be beld at 1.30 p m. March 25. in the Coaldale and District Sportsplex A spring concert will be held at pm. March 27, in the Kate Andrews High School with bands and choral groups from the R. I Baker, St. Joseph's and Kate Andrews High Schools performing The next meeting of the Coaldale Community Hospital women's auxiliary will be held at 8 p.m. April 1, in the hospital boardroom TABER (Staff) Taber Municipal District agricultural fieldman Hugh G. Reid said Wednesday there were no 1080 baits set out in the MD during the 1973-74 season. He told the annual electors' meeting here, "We have been relying on the use of local people with hounds and the results have been reasonably good" But one of the 30 ratepayers in attendance asked: "Why don't you use 1080 for coyotes and Mr. Reid said: "You can't kill a fox with 1080 because he won't eat it. He has got to get his own. There is no way." The ratepayer said he is sick and tired of having to repair fences broken by snow vehicle riders chasing coyotes. Coun. Ron Johnson of Barnwell said "hounds are more considerate than the fellows using snow rigs." The meeting was told predator specialists are available One is stationed in Brooks and another at Cardston. "They will get the coyote that is causing the trouble and leave all the rest alone." Mr. Reid said, "Even if we Wieland couple farewelled IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wieland. Jr.. leaving the Iron Springs community to take up residence at Caroline, were guests of honor at a farewell party held in the Huntsville School auditorium recently. A total of 175 guests were in attendance from points throughout southern Alberta. During the evening T C. Noble presented Mr. and Mrs. Wieland with a gift on behalf of their many friends in the community. Hospital meet set at Natal NATAL (HNS) The annual meeting of the Mkhel- Natal District Hospital Society has been set for Sunday. March 31. and will be held at 2 p.m. in the Municipal Hall at Sparwood. The society, on behalf of the district taxpayers, operates the hospital in Michel and it is now in the process of building a new hospital for the District of Sparwood. The hospital board performs a vital service to the entire area and with the added burden of planning and building a new hospital it will require a particularly strong mandate from the membership within the society. put out the 1080 baits, that won't stop these boys with the snow rigs." But another ratepayer said, "We have to get some skidoo bait." Expenditures of the agricultural service board were itemized as follows: Fieldman's salary and agricultural service board, agricultural service board labor mileage, chemical purchases, machinery repairs, fuel purchases, board meetings, equipment hire, purchase of forage seed, warble control program, coyote and pest control, unemployment insurance, and miscellaneous, for a total expenditure of Revenue included: government grants and special agreements, government grants, warble control, custom work, chemical sales, scale rental, and from municipal funds, for total revenue of In answer to a question about spraying roadsides for grasshoppers, Mr. Reid said the MD has to mix up enough for 18 miles but "you only find the hoppers in spotty areas of up to two miles." He said it could be done if you could pinpoint the hopper areas. "But you have got to have the wind working for you or you are in trouble." "What's the outlook for grasshopper asked a ratepayer. He was told there are gallons of Dimethoate at Brooks now and a like amount at Lethbridge. ENFORCEMENT Another ratepayer asked about enforcement of the warble control program. Mr. Reid said education is the best policy, rather than carrying a big stick He said cattlemen will all be in the program soon. Mr. Reid reported that head were treated by ratepayers themselves in 1973. During the year there was a total of 7.433 head of livestock sprayed for control of warbles and lice by the MD's sprayers on 54 farmsteads. Mr. Reid said the small sprayer can be obtained by livestock men who have small numbers of cattle to treat It is now mandatory that all cattle be treated once a year with a suitable chemical for the control of the warble fly. The agricultural fieldman also said: There were 13 cellars together with all corresponding machinery and trucks sprayed with Hy-X for the control of bacterial During May 26 to Sept. 30 the service board employed two weed inspectors to carry out field inspections for noxious weeds and inspections for bacterial ringrot in potatoes. In this period the service board used 10 gallons of Tordon 22K along with 2-4-D Amine 96 on 14 miles of roadside spraying as a demonstration to see if it could get better control of Canada Thistle. The MD also used 200 pounds of Tordon Beads in various areas of the MD for the control of Toad Plax and Russian Knapweed. SPRAYING Roadside weed spraying was started in May and ended Aug. 1 with all patrolled roadways covered twice. All department of highways right- of-ways were sprayed during early July as well as the CPR right of way from Chin to three miles east of Grassy Lake. Roadside seeding of new roads built in 1973 was not finished last year but will be completed soon with Crested Wheat Grass. Retires Stirling postmaster Clinton Hardy has retired after serving the community in this capacity for six years. Grace Fletcher succeeds him. Buys you a Weekend in the Beautiful Crowsnes! Pass Ski-Snowmobile-Toboggan-lce Fisn-or jus; relax in the Mountain Air. The Sleepee Teepee Motel in Blstrmore otters you JWs family pacfcage ol 3 days 'or orty (12 Untts have wp to 3 tfouWe owls TV and Phone m all rooms fieserva- lions m advance with deposH on Wrsi cwme-WfSl-servea basts any weekend from now until May 31st etoepl Easier totaled 40 mfles from valley of west Casfle Your Hosts and Demit Ctork 562-2320 Sirloin Steaks 175 Govnrnmint Inspected CiMdaGndiABwf.lt) Prices effective till closing Saturday, March 23rd. T-Bone or Club SI Govimmnt Inspected Jfrndi Grade A Beef. Ib. 1 85 Smoked Hams Government Inspected Gainers Superior Filly Cooked .Whole. Half or Quarter. Ib..... 0 79 TOMATOES 25 HEAD LETTUCE 249 Canada No. 1 Red Ripe, Ib. Canada No. 1 iGrade SURF DETERGENT King Size Sib. box 1 29' PINEAPPLE MEAT DINNERS CREAM PIES 2J9< M 14 fl. iz. tin Fram CMdm. Sriisfcry. 16u.Mtvl.jir Peanut Butter 59' WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. VALUABLE COUPON SAVE Harvest Margarine 99 3lb.iwt wtpkg. Coupo 28 at L-Warl ;