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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ihutittoy, March 56, 1970 WE ItmftlDGI KtRAlB Bow Island Skaters Perform BOW ISLAND The Bow Island Figure Skating Club completed a year of skating by presenting the carnival Babes in Toyland. Mrs. Soriya Fogal of Lcth bridge took over instruction of the club the first part of Feb- ruary. Ed Torscher was master of ceremonies. Those taking part tn solos were Can Can by Dalene Cravclle; Doll by Janet Con- quergood; Mexican Doll by Valerie Bishop; Gilt-Wrapped by Margo Gyorfi; Snow Queen by Charlotte Bryar.t; solo byi Bobby Wulzke and Santa Claus by Pat Lerr.cr. A pairs number Haggedy Ann and Andy was performed by Valerie Bishop and Bob Wulzke and a Irio of Candy Car.es were Valerie Robertson, Dalene ravella and Karen Emmel- Music Students Win Honors; Band Praised BOW ISLAND Bow Island students have been entering festival competitions at Medi- cine Hat and Taber recently with satisfying results. The Bow Island Elementary School six entries at Medi- cine Hal with Bruce Jantzic getting a first in the Grade I Boys solo and Mrs. Chubey's recorder group also winning first. Susie Schaufcle in Grade 1 girl's solos, Margaret WallvrorV in Grade 6 girls' solos, the Grade 1 chorus under Mrs Smith's direction and Mrs Chubey's Grade 9 folk song entry all received good adjudi cations. The Senator Gcrshaw Conccrl Band went to Taber and hean adjudicator Hem-man say "This band really turns me a he gave them first piece in the A section. This won them the right to enter the provhi finals. Their combined marks was 90. In solos, Jackie Calder won first place ui section C o the French Horn with a of 86. Bruce Corraini won a first In C section trombone with an 63. Rene Anderson received and a first in B section ol the oboe and Karen Corraini got high of 87 in the flute B section The Senator Gerstaw Coneer Band, under the baton of A Mangold, will be entering the siring festival in Lcthbridg in late April before they go on tour into B.C. he audience with their airs performances. Members of the club taking art in the carnival were; Wanda Carlson, Allen chlachter. Terry K e r n e r, )wayne Kimmitl, Hr.d- agy, Elizabeth Kyland, Darla err.er, Kobyn Lcrcer, Mau- ccn Torscher, Terry Brosz, Ihonda Lerner, Patti Koth. hclly Koi. Shelly Tunstall, Pal xrr.er, Dalyce Evans, Simone Douglas -eslie Conquergcod, Marcy Gravelle, Kevin Torsher, Susan U-pson, Roger Dcnise "chmidt, Kim liapson, Darla 'hillips, Barbara Jlcpson, en Rolh, Dallas Schmidl, Pam Ferrel, Brenda Conquergood, Vanda Carlson, Diane Thacker nd Valerie Kapson. Tlic Bantam Ballet provided hilarious momenls as itewart Couillard, Robin Cnibbs, Tommy Conquergood. Dale Emrnelkamp, Randy Kim- nill and Pat Lerner did some lockey type skating in ballet ypc costumes. Plan Rodeo MASINASIN (HNS) Plan were made reccnlly for the 5t annual Writing-onitone Am a teur Rodeo to be held at Writinj On-Stone Park June 6 and 7. Tile parade will he held Sa urday morning at 11 a.m. wit Judging lo start at 10 a.m. Th rodeo will get under way j 2 p.m. Saturday and S u n d a. afternoons. A big western danc will be held Salurday evenic amp. Artists from the Medicine at Figure Skating Club per- rmcd. Gay Uglem and Marg- rel, both wilh their sixlh jure, silver tree skate and arlial gold dance, delighted fast IV v Roundup of District News t .y ..cxfJS tu COALDALE The Barons Eureka lleallh Unit sponsoring the following in- fant ard pre-school clinics: TABER: Tuesday. March 31, in the Health Unit" Off ice in the Administration Building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BAEINWKI.L: VYednesd a y. April 1, in the Clinic Room of Ihe School from 1 to 3 p.m. IRON' SPRINGS: Wednesday. April 1, in the Hunlsville School from to p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, April 2. in the Health Unit Office (up- stairs in the Town Office Build- ing) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TAB Ell: Thursday, April 2 in the Health Unit Office in tho Administration Building, from 10 lo 12 noon and to 4 p.m. GItASSY LAKE; Friday, April 3, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. Medical Health Officer Dr G. R. C. Palmer says fluoride tablets, for the prevention o tooth decay, are available free of charge on a doctor's or den- Wins Degree MAGRATH (HNS) A form- er Msgrath resident, Mrs. Pat- ricia Duprce, received lier mss- cr's degree in English at >rado Stale University at Fort Collins. She is the daughter of Mrs. Coleman of Magrath ar.d rranddauglilc-r ol the late C. Tollestrup of Raymond. Chicks Perish list's prescription. Dr. Palmer urges parents to ensure then- children are pro- tected from contagious disease. Fund Gets Plant N'ATAL. B.C. (HNS) Meet- ing of shareholders of the arti- ficial ice plant in the Michel- Natal Curling Rink was held re- cently. They will release the artific- ial ire plant to Ihe Community Fur.d which would be free lo negotiate with the Regional Dis- trict of East Kootenay. An olfer for both buildings, including that of the skating arena which has been operated Ly the Community Fund, was reported to have been made by the Regional District of East Koolenay, Machinery Storage Okayed TABER (HNS) Town coun- cil recently approved an appli- cation by Kinmburgh Imple- ment for rental of industrial property east of II ic greenhous- es on Wlh Ave. as a machinery storage area. Also approved was on applica- tion by Carlo Brizinello for the purchase of property along Highway 3 adjacent to the B and B Drive In, for the estab- lishment of a four-stall car wash. A request by Allan Odland, prospective purchaser of Iho Donkerbrook house on Highway 36, lo leave Ihe house on site for a year on a land rental basis, was refused. The agree- ment wilh Mr. Donkerbrook, owner of (lie piggery which has been removed on schedule, was lo havi. Ihe house moved away and the basement filled in by May 1. The house is situated near the highway on Hie roulc of a future service road which could be required on short notice should the land be sold for in- dustrial use. 38 Convictions TABER (UN'S) Taber pol- ice look 33 offences lo court during Fcbiuary, all resulting in convictions. The January fig- ure was 41. Oily Ihrce infractions were against the Criminal Code There were eight last monlh One impaired driver w a s Ridgeview Lodge Has Deficit WARNER (HMS) The 61st annual ratepayers' meeting of (he Village of Warner was held recently and was informed of the surplus for 1909. Expenditures amounted to SI.- compared to the year before. Mayor Jack Astmiorfi said the new water system is operat- ing well. Cine Centre skating rink financial statement was read by secretary Phyllis HedberK. It showed a bank balance cf with in savings. Bowling Alley bank balance: revenue, expenses. ART DIETRICH cDM. DENTURE CLINIC 5lK St. S. Ph. 32M095 Metropolitan Start Ridgcvicw Lodge, reported iy Councillor Wilf Peterson, shows a deficil of At present there are only 44 ;uests. Capacity: 50 rooms. Water and sewer supply fi- statement: General revenue: Kxpenses: Deficit: Business discussed included addition to the fireball for trucks; dandelion and mosquilo control; fire guards, water pressure down in some homes due to collection of sediment during change over lo new water supply. The evening concluded wilh remarks by the Mayor Ash- moro now in his sevcnlh year of service. He commended the councillors on their co opera- Uon and willingness lo work. Two new businesses have started in Warner, and one store is being enlarged. Karen Pozzi, Costigan Top Festival By VERN DECOUX Crowsnesl Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE of Bcllevue and Louise Costigan and Bonnie Jean Dobek, both of Blairmore, won high praise rom adjudicator Howard Ley- Ion-Brown a I Ihe Blairmore Club's Crowsnest Pass Music Festival. Miss Dobek sang Just You Wait from the musical My Fair Lady to win 87 marks io Ihe solo musical theatre class for performers 16 years of age ar.d under. Miss Cosligan won 88 marks for her performance o' Chopin's Ballade Kj. 1 in G minor in the piano solo open class. Miss Pozzi played No. 6 cf 12 Litlle Preludes by Bach to win 88 marks in Ihe piano Bach class for performers 13 years of age and ur.der. Barbara Dennis of Lundbrwk won 85 marks for a rollicking performance in the girls' folk song solo class for performers 11 years of age and under, She sang Jack Ihe Sailor. All Ihe honors dxln'l go to the girls, however. Kirk Mus- pralt of Blairmore performed Chopin's Mazurka in B flat Minor, Opus 24, No. 4. lo win CB marks in solo class for pianists 17 years of age ar.J under. Ray Dobek of Blair- more turned in a fine trombone so'o to win 85 marks. Dcbia Finn ar.d Valli Ann Giacomuzzi, bolh of Blairmore, were also outstanding. The grand concert is set for 8 p.m. Thursday al the Isabelfe Sellon High School, Blairmore. Pia-b ss'o, 9 years: Susai Porli, E5; KellEe Tcurond, Pia-o. 13: Debbie Fanlln. Plar.o, 9 Years: Kellee TOI.T- Joan Raifcrd and Lori Kcin- erg, 11 marks each. Piano, Bach, 13: Karen Pclll, 83; aur'e Fumagal'l, 85. Folk Seng Chorus, Dfv. volunteer fire department was called out at p.m. Satur- day to a chicken farm west of Coutls. Two pumper units were lo extinguish (he fire which was contained lo one end of the two-storey building housing 000, three-week-old chicks. All chicks were lost. Members CRANBHOOK (Special) Cranbrook Savings and Credil Union now has mcmbcis, up from 1968. I Is current assels arc up 58 per cent to which in- cludes land ar.d furnished build- ing on lltli Ave. al net 796., loans to members at SGM.- 351, up 95 per cenl, its requir- ed reserves of and in veslmenls of in B.C. Credit Union ar.d League shares. Elected three-year directors were Fred Marasco, Mrs. Jean I _ Napi Friendship Association Bain and Gary Billmark while heard Bob Ogle, court worker continuing directors are Mr. and director of Iho Calgary Manion, G. K. Austin. H. J. C. Gilday, J. Belding, S. C. our.d wilh a b'.corl alcohol' cf 80 milligrams U vA in 100 millilitrcs cf bleed. The 17 highway Iraffie acl cases (27 in January) were mainly for speeding, while Ihe 13 liquor cases (six in January) were mainly minors picked up 'or illegal conveyance or illegal possession of liquor. One cliild was injured and properly loss amounted lo 131 in the nine motor vehicle accidents invcsligaled. Keep Gravel TABER (1INS.> Taber town council refused a request from Taber Irrigation Dislricl for an agreement for Ihe purchase an unspecified quantity of grave' fiom Ihe town's gravel pils north-west of Taber. Because of the scarcity ol gravel, and reservation of grav- el in the Oldman River bed for provincial government use, as well as Ihe possible depletion o! the gravel stockpile in 20 or more years, council decided "to keep (lie gold mir.e." Court Worker Explains Job Portraits MAGftATH (HNS) vails" was Ihe Iheme (or the 1st Ward Primary pro- iram introduced by presidenl .Irs. James Cook. Primary children were con- dueled in singing by Mrs. Rob- eit Raimussen and Miss Mona barren. Organist was Mi's Jane Kad- onaga while Miss Lucy Kadon- aga was pianisl. Narrator Mis. Garth Veale each tableau as por- Irails of exemplary persons aere presenlcd. Easter Services COALDALE (HNS) Coal Unilcd Church members mil worship Coed Friday, March 27, wilh the United Church congregations from Pic- ture Butte, Iron Springs, Bar- ons ar.d Nobleford al a special service at II a.m. in Ihe Pic- ture Butte United Church. Hymns of Easter will be sung. Easter Sunday the service will be in the Cosldale United Church at U a.m. Assessment Approaches Million TABER ara Dennis, Lundbretk, (6; Karir, Lundbreck 84 Girls' Vocal Solo, 8 to 9: Ecnnle 83j Afdahr, rir.cfir Creek, 81. Piaia Accordion So'o. GraJa i: Ken Sknyrala, Cole.-ran, 83; Jarnel Proc, CcJerran, Aeccrdlon Solo, GraJa I: Pincher Creek, 79, Piano Acccrdlon Solo, 3: Pre.-da Bus'ard, 81. Solo Szteeh, 13: Gail Wells, 84; Karen Pczil t-.d Helen Rclek, 8! marks each. Ba-d. Grade B: Pass Bard, Frank Edl, conductor, tl and E7. folk Song Chorus. Dlv. I: St. Mich, id's Sthcol, Crf-k, 8M Piano Bach, 15: Dsbra Flr.n, 8i; Gay'a Ccsfario, Si. Follanlly in a "following" posilion o Ihe while man. "We were here first, how com' ive're nol in Ihe driver's seal' Vc were improving for awhile iusl Iwginning lo gel educalion md Ihen liquor was opened 'Jow our people are always ir rouble with Mxj law, and w still look lo (he while man to (ell us what lo Tuesday. April 14, a further Project ABC program Beliind Bars featuring Ihc work of Iho John Howard Society, will be presented in Brocket. Special Speakers COALDALR (HNS) Mcn- Brethren Church has scheduled services in obser- vance cf Easter: Good Friday, al 10 a.m. Ihe speakers will be Rev. Henry Penner of St. Cath- rines, Ont, and Kalyan Dcy A Cambridge, Mass. A Holy Communion service sill be held in the evening. Easter Sunday service com- mences with Sunday School al :45 a.m.; service of worship at Speakers will be Rev Henry Hubert, Vir.cland, Ont., and Rev. D. J. Pankratz. The church choir will sing. menls on which 1970 laxes will be charged and requisitions paid were announced at a re- cent meeiing of town council. The "live'' assessment ot real properly, including land and improvements, was as 59.740.000 by treasurer T. comparative figure a year ago was The equalized assessment, on which school and hospital req- uisitions are lo be paid, will 53.3C3.617, or 85 per cent of Ihe live assessment. Mr. Anton said lha! this fig- ure is an increase of over the 1909 equalized assess- ment of ?3.218.273. cquah'zcd assessment Is proportioned approximately one lo llirce between separate ar.d public school authorities, 03.1J31 being the basis for Ta- ber Separate Schwl District supplemental requisitions, and for Taber School Oi- ls ion No. 6. Correspondence from the Al- >erta assessment equalization board provided for appeal if objection is laiscd to the cur- enl assessment. Council, de- clined to escercize its option. Service Set NOBLEFORD ford United Church Good Fri day service will be held at Pic :ure Butte at 1! a.m. Church in Nobleford, begin ning the first Sunday in May ar.d in June, August ard Sep tember will begin at 9 a.m. will Sunday school after church. Rev! Slanislav will be on ho! idav during Ihe month of Jul> Clarence DeBoer will be th delegate from Noblelord-Baron charge to be held in May i Calgary. School Costs Highlight Coiiuly Parley COALDALE Ralepayers of Lethbridge County 26 recently urged the county council lo ask he Alberla Teachers' Associa- tion lo declare a moratorium on Ihe increase of teachers' tala- rics this year. Opposing the rising costs of education, ratepayers threalen- ed lo refuse lo p'ay 1970 laxes if teachers' salaries are in- creased this year. Al Ihe same time, ratepay- ers demanded a full, detailed accounting in the annual slate- meal of the county of all sal- aries paid. Tne ratepayers moved thai Ihc provincial government bo petitioned to firtri olhcr means of financing educalion and hos- pHalization than through prop- erty taxation. Finance Minister Edgar Ben- son's while paper on lax re- forms also drew imfavorabla comment. IAURA 5ECORD fOU BEIONC TO US-There used lo be 18 candies in a pound of la-jro Secord candies. Now there era 32. And every type of candy has o name. Ernest Hillcn collected an assortment of mouth-watering fatts ond figures obout this favorite Ccr.odlon company that we nearly [czt to Ihs United States, IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND (Suva Yeur Butki, Well Sale- ComFng Soonl) TOUCTIO EVEN BIGGER SAVINGS ON SeeYour "PoolMan'WW! ;