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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Folk singing Is Bourret deligh CARDSTON (HNS) - Shirley Johnson of Magrath received 88 twice in the speech classes, 15 years, and Loreen Cahoon of Cardston earned 88 with her vocal solo, 15 years, in the Cardston music festival. Paul Bourret of Edmonton, adjudicator for the vocal section of the festival, was delighted with the folk singing. He said he would like to see some of them entered in the provincial festival. Mrs. Souzann McMillan of Calgary, adjudicator for speech, was pleased with the "very high standard" in those Wednesday's results follow: UNITED CHURCH HALL DRAMATIC POETRY 9 years: Duane Palmer, 84; Joanne Rlrle, 83. 11 years: Pal MOUNTIE POSTED - Barry Lynn Leith, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Leith of Vauxhall, has completed RCMP recruit training at Reglna and is being transferred for duty to British Columbia. He joined the force in September, 1970. ______ Carolyn Rlrle and Sherl- lyn Palmer, 14; Coleen Beaier and Carma Johnson, 15. 7 yean: Linda Boyer and Tamara Tagg, IS; Gerald Hartley, 14. 15 years: Shirley Johnion, 88; Terry Pitts and Tom Carter, 85, ALBBRTA POBTRY 13-15 years: Sandy Knobltek 78. LYRIC POiTRY 13 years: Laurel Hartley, 17; Roger Hohm, Carolyn Nalder, Diane Keeier, 8e. 7 year*: Gerald Hartley and Zoe Thomas, 83; Dana Glbb and Tamara Tagg, 83, 9 years: Joanne Rlrle, 84; Shauna Nalder and Duane Plamer, 83. 11 years: Carol Hartley, 84; Carol Johnson and Lily Gay Stead, 83. IS years: Shirley Johnson, 88; Terry Pitts and Tom Carter, 85. SHAKBSPBARI 15 years: Shirley Johnson, 84; Roger Hohm, Nancy Nelson and Kim Chrls-tensen, 83. SOCIAL CINTRK CHAPBL OIRLS VOCAL SOLO 6-7 years: Julian Jensen, 83; Tamara Tagg 82. 8-9 years: Lisa Matkln, 84; Christine Spackman, 83. 10 years: Llndzl Spaekman, 83; Mer-lene Cahoon, 82. 11 years: Karren Cahoon, 85; Mellsa Spaekman, 83. BOYS VOCAL SOLO 4-7 years: Kim Van Orman, 81. 8-9 years: Del Zemp, 83; Curtis French, 81. 10 years: Darey Tagg, 85. 11 years: Jack Thomas, 85; Paul Sloan, 84. 12 years: Robert Tagg, 86; Gavin Hamilton, 82. 9-11 years: Jack Thomas, 84. GIRLS VOCAL SOLO 12 years: Paula Gallup, 83; Andrea Spaekman and Tammy Kearl, 82. 14 years: Jessalyn Holland 82; De-lanl Spaekman, 80. 15 years: Loreen Cahoon, 88; Bonnie Sloan, 84. 9-11 years: Lily Gay Steed, 81. 12-14 years: Laurel Hartley, 80; Tammy Kearl, 79. 15-17 Open: Narda Hlnman and Martha Keeier, 83; Debra Hartley and Doreen Sommerfeldt, 82. GIRLS FOLK SONG 17 years: Lorl Smith and Wendy DebraHartley, etaoslhnrd Cahoon, 87 (tied); Narda Hlnman and Debra Hartley, 86 (tied). BOYS FOLK SONG 17 years: Robert Keeier, 81. FOLK SONG Open: Debra Hartley, til Joyce Webster, 85. Ballad Modern Idiom, 18 years: Narda Hlnman, 84; Lorl Smith and Bonnie Sloan, 83 (tied). Ballad Modern Idiom open: Cheryll Jackson, 86; Debra Hartley, Martha Keeier and Joyce Webster 85 (tied). ITALIAN ART SONG Open: Martha Keelar, 83. figure FIGURE SKATERS WIN AWARDS - Pincher Creek Is proud of its classy skaters and rightly so. Happy award-winners gathered are, back row, from left: Cathy Morgan, Darryl Jackson, Bonnie Tomik, Dorothy Smith and Diane Janisewsk.. Frontjow: Maureen Williams, Kelly Petrone and Debbie Minnion. Sewage system costs pile up Irrigation Equipment SPECIAL Vl Mile 4" x 40' USED LATERAL LINE WITH END RISERS AND MAJOR COUPLERS Very good condition. PRICED TO SELL $1,198.00 GOOD USED MAINLINE ALSO AVAILABLE AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES Wo use the best ALCAN aluminum tubing. Major Irrigation Co. 2125 2nd Avenue South PHONES 327-5455, 327.5525 TABER (HNS) - Taber's sewage treatment system and the new recreation complex were the whipping boys at the annual ratepayers' meeting when the town's unsatisfactory cash position, as noted in the municipal inspector's report, was discussed. Short term borrowing at year-end amounted to about $770,000. - Margaret Lunn Photo Janisewski wins medal and trophy Turin Community Library ends 20- year TURIN (HNS) - The Turin Community Library is a thing of the past. Twenty years ago, through the instigation of the staff at Victor Mayer appointed police chief COALDALE (HNS) - Victor Mayer of Swift Current was recently appointed police chief for the town. Mr. Mayer is expected to arrive in April. Councillor Hans Pfeffel, on the commission, informed council Canada Man Power had assisted in obtaining Mr. Mayer. The new chief was a former RCMP member and has 18 years experience in policing. The commission had indicated interest in locating an individual with an RCMP background. service the Turin School, a Community Library was formed here. Public donations were matched by a government grant. Since there were no funds for a library building, the books were housed in the school. The books owned by the Turin Community Library have now been donated to the Turin School Library. Books not suited for elementary pupils have been donated to the Picture Butte High School Library. Funds on hand will be spent for books in the Turin School Library. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS -:- CIRCULATION -:- JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blalrmoro - Phone 562*2149 SPRINGTIME SPECIALS 91st birthday celebrated by Mrs. Zobell RAYMOND (HNS) - Mrs Walter Zobell of Raymond marked her 91st birthday anniversary recently at the family home. Mrs. Zobell came to Raymond as a young woman from England in the year 1904. She married Walter Zobell (deceased for some years) and they engaged in farming, making their home in town. For the anniversary all four sons and three daughters were home for the day and many of the 27 grandchildren and the 27 great grandchildren. Mrs. Zobell enjoys good health. There are few people with the cheerful outlook on life she still retains. The meeting, attended by more than 100 people, was the longest in years. Adjournment was called after three hours in session. The government enforced sewage disposal system will cost the town a half-million dollars when phase 3 is completed this year. With the town's capital borrowing power of $50 per capita per annum used up last year on the recreation complex, temporary borrowing was necessary to finance phase 2 of the treatment system -lagoons, an-aerobic cells, and other items. Since Dec. 31, debentures have been sold and taxes received to reduce the short-term indebtedness to $530,000, but phase 3 of the system comprising pipe lines and irrigation system, including purchase of farm land for the use of irrigation water, will have to be ft nanced temporarily until further debentures can be sold next year. The cost of this system, including land, is about $40,000 above initial estimates. The $1,321,720 cost of the community centre was about $235,000 above the initial estimate of $1,085,000 for which funds were available and $50,-000 of this deficit was paid out of 1970 revenue. Plans are that annual payments of from $70 to $75,000 will pay off the account in a few years time. The hospital board has already indicated an increase of about 4.5 mills above the 5.5 mills levied last year. PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Pincher Creek Figure Skating Club held its club competition here recently with three separate events coming under the watchful eyes of judges from Blairmore and Claresholm. In the "A" event the gold medal and trophy, donated by Thornton and Sons, was awarded to Diane Janisewski. Dorothy Smith and Patty Petrone took the silver and bronze medals respectively. "B" event winners were: Bonnie Tomik, gold medal and trophy donaetd by Pincher Creek Electronics; Darryl Jackson, silver medal; and Cathy Morgan, bronze medal. Kelly Petrone captured the "C" event gold medal and trophy awarded by the local figure skating club. Maureen Williams won the silver medal and Debbie Minion the bronze medal. Permits needed BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) -Reports presented at council indicate building, renovations and improvements are being done by local residents to their homes without first obtaining permits from the town office. Council has advised it is necessary to first obtain a permit before any building, renovation or demolition of buildings is launched. Nab dogs BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - Numerous complaints of dogs running at large in town has spurred council to take steps to enforce the town bylaw. Dogcatcher Jim Turner has been given an assistant from the town crew to aid in enforcing the provisions of the bylaw. Dogs running ar large wearing a collar bearing a current dog tag will he picked up and impounded and the owner notified. Dogs running at large without a tag will be destroyed. Dredging halts BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - Town foreman John Gibos reported recently dredging work in the channel of the Crowsnest River (by Drain Contractors) has been temporarily suspended due to frost and heavy ice conditions. The work will resume as soon as possible. The project of dredging the Saturday, March 27, 1971 - THI LITHBRIDGI HERALD - 3 Coal waste dumping OK sought NATAL (HNS) - Fording Coal has applied to the pollution control board for permission to discharge waste from its coal processing plant at Fording River to a tailing pond nearby. Qualified objectors have up to 30 days to lodge a protest. The Fording application is cm* of two being considered for possible protest by the Regional District of East Kootenay. The RDEK has a firm of consultants examing Fording'a application, as well as a similar one from Kaiser Resources. The Kaiser application seeks permission to set up a resettling pond as well as locate a waste dump. Fording's application seeks approval to dump 7,920,000 gallons per day of liquid coal waste into a pond just below the plant site. Average 24-hour discharge is estimated at 10,-800,000 gallons. The application seeks approval for emergency overflow into Fording River but notes that no discharge from the pond, other than for re-cycling is planned except in case of emergency. words river channel throughout the entire length of the town is being done on an equally shared basis by the provincial government water resources branch and the town. Total cost of the project is about $4,000. The channel of the river will be lowered by about three feet when all the gravel bars are removed. Requisition dips BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - Council received the school foundation requisition in the amount of $66,342, a slight de crease from last year. Council also received a syn opsis of the preventive social service budget for 1971 which calls for $1,258 or a per capita charge of about 69Vi cents. B.C.'S FIRST British Columbia's first commercial oil well was brought into production near Fort St, John, in the Peace River district, in 1955. CLOSE TO IDEAL The shorthorn is the largest of all beef cattle and is close to the ideal beef type. More district on page 18 Call tenders for sidewalk construction COALDALE (HNS) ~ Call for tenders will be made for mixed concrete for the 1971 sidewalk program. The town crews will construct the sidewalks. The public works budget allots $12,000. Several blocks of sidewalks will be installed in 24th Ave., a newly developed area. TAPE SALE Regular C QC $7.95........... MUSICLAND Cor. 13rh St. and 3rd Ave. S. OPEN SATURDAY Don't get ft behind the 1 "8-ball" on your INCOME TAX '5 HI rn. [I r II STOP and think. Is it worth the work and worry to struggle with your tax return when we handle it quickly at low cost? The TAX SAVINGS we discover often pay the fee. Be SMARTI This- year try H & R BLOCK. COMPLETE RETURNS LIFE  Han *loh inl GUARANTEE i Wa guarantee accurate preparation of every tax rtturn. If we make eny errart that coir you eny penalty JnfMO^wewH^B^rrte^ei^y^^Weiwh Canada's Largest Tax Service With Over 5000 Oflicei in North America. 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-5 Sat. - Phone 327-4712 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY| Miss Karaz honored TURIN (HNS') - A community bridal shower was held in the Turin School auditorium recently to honor Miss Elizabeth Karaz. Miss Ivy Numml and Miss Dorothy Chapman were in charge of entertainment. The bride-to-be was presented with her gifts by Mrs. Lee (Elaine) Haughian. Assisting the bride at the gift table were Miss Lois Binder and Miss Sinclair. -MEN'S SHOPito CHISELS and SWEEPS Fit All IH Chisel Plows 2 INCH REVERSIBLE CHISEL Jfc.ftK Reg. 2.27. X Spec. Ea............... BM 16" x 'A SWEEP. 0% .12 Reg. 3.47. ,S Spec. Ea............... IS" x% SWEEP. "eg. 3.79. < Spec, Ea............... SIMILAR SAVINGS ON OTHER SIZES INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 Stafford Drive, Lethbrldge Phone 327-3125 ATTENTION FARMERS MILK RIVER GRAIN IS NOW CONTRACTING Rape Seed And Mustard Seed DELIVERY OF YOUR CROP FROM THE COMBINE. FULL CASH PAYMENT ON DELIVERY TO LETHBRIDGE OR MILK RIVER. Certified planting seed supplied at a nominal cost. Can be purchased en an over delivery quota basis at your elevator. LIMITED ACREAGE Call Our Office Immediately In MILK RIVER-647-3510 -OR- ln LETHBRIDGE at COLLEGE MALL 328-6224 It's the Shoe Sale Of The Year for Men . . . Commencing Monday. 9 a.m. Sharp! - Better be here early to take advantage of the many great buys on broken and discontinued lines of quality brand name shoesl AND bpnngbim BARKER Reg. to 45.00 SPRING SALE, PAIR . .. BARKER NOVAS AND McrARlANE SHOES 1 GROUP ASSORTED SHOES $R PAIR ONIY .......................... W PACKARD SLIPPERS SR tegular to 12.00. PAIR ONLY ...... V .95 Result to 32.50. SPRING SALE, PAIR ALL SALES CASH AND FINALI OPEN TIU  P.M. THURSDAY I 'MEN'S SHOPito: on FOURTH AVENUE ;