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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Candy Man thrills W.dneiday, March 26, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HWAID 3 .it. I 'I '1 fr to See the Wizard Julie Jensen, Stacy Pitcher, Carol Shaw and Caroldene Russell are Off lo see the ue Wizard of Oz in the recent Cardslon and District Music Festival-- Cancer canvass COUTTS (HNS) The Ca- nadian Cancer Society can- vass for funds will again be conducted in April, with Mrs. Alice Hacke in charge of Coults and district. Volunteers are needed for this canvass and anyone wishing to help, may phone 344-3782. The Allerston CWL will conduct the cancer canvass in the Writing-on-Stone district. Meets tonight COALHUHST (HNS) The Coalhursl Home and School Association meets at o'clock tonight in the high school auditorium. The main topic will concern a money making project lor ihe forthcoming Grade 12 grad- uation. Everyone is I'jged to at- tend. CARDSTON (HNS) The Gerald Beazer family of Card- ston sang Tire Candy Man to steal the show in the recent Cardslon Rolary Music Festi- val. They shared the high mark of 91 with Darrel; Walburger o f Mountain View and Mark Pitcher of Cardston, tied for first in the boys vocal Grade 3 class, and Shirley Johnson ol Magrath in the speech section with her entry in the lyric poetry, 19 years class. GIRLS VOCAL SOLO Grade I: Julie Cameron, 90. Grade 2: Susan French, 78. Grade 4: Julie Jensen, 89; Pamel Cameron, ea. Grade 5: Kalhy Lowry, 80; Lo Humphreys and Margie Low, 7 Grade 7: Llndzi Spackman, Grade B; Melisa Spackman ar Lily Gay Steed, 79. Grade 9: Trudy Pitcher, 80, BOYS VOCAL SOLO Grade 2: Tcdd cahoon, 90. Grade 3: Darrel Walburger, Ma Pitcher, 9t Grade 5: Mark Harker, 90. Grade 8: Kelly Walburger, 85. Grade 9: Keith Webster, 66. 8 and 9 years; Mark Pitcher, 89; 10 years: Renald.'shidcler, 1? years: Kendall Cameron, 79. 14 years: Kelly Walburger, 78. 17 veers: Keilh Webster, 81. 9 lo 11 years: Derren Beaier, 82. 12 lo U years: Kendall Cameron, Proposes boundary changes Alcohol permeated Kenney's blood needed by hospital TABER (HNS) An exces- sive alcohol content in the blood of a 26-year-old Lethbridge man was identified Tuesday as the cause of fatal injuries in a Jan. 13 mishap here. A coroner's jury found an eastbound automobile driven by Brian Delos Kenney was travelling at a high rate of speed in the westbound lane when it collided with a pickup truck driven west by Boyd Bianchi of Coutts. Court was told the incident happened about p.m. on Highway 3, about 2V'a miles west of Taber. Automobile and blood test re- ports showed Mr. Kenney's death was caused by multiple infernal injuries. The blood of the deceased contained 320 100 milligrams of alcohol per ml. .The inquest was conducted by James Langston of Leth- bridge. Tte coroner was Dr Gerald V. Beckie of Taber. S. W. Hooper of Lethbridge, department of education co-ordinator, points out proposed changes in Ihe bound- aries of seven subdivisions in the Willow Creek School Division 28. Mr. Hooper and colleague Oscar Fadum held public meetings on the issue. The division formerly had eight trustees. The maximum number allowed is seven. Nonton had a trustee for the town itself. Family planning sessions set FORT MACLEOD (Special) Chinook Health Unit family life and family planning ses- sions will be held soon. An open meeting will be call- ed in April. Anyone may pre- sent his views on such a pro- gram. There are a variety of related subjects of interest lo people o( all ages. All suggestions will be wel- come to assess the needs of the community and plan a compre- hensive program. The clinic will be free to tile public. Depending on public interest, services which could possibly be offered are: marriage coun- selling, budgeting your monej and credit handling; contra ception and sex education; birth control counselling; infer tility; meal planning for ade- quate nulrition; and dru abuse. Lectures and films will be or ganized on topics of general in tercst. The medical officer of healt will see people on an indivic al basis in privacy. This ser- ice will also be free of charge. For more information, phone he Chinook Health Unit. Dr. Kurt Adler is the health ifficer. Mark Ralph is classy ill karalc FORT MACLEOD (Special) Ralph, karate instruc- tor and student, won top hon- ors in the southern Alberta black belt trials. He went on to place third in the northern Alberta contest. Mr. Ralph uses the Nam Juck Pai system. He works at studio at Pincher Cvcek and expects to open one here. Darrel Ralph came second in the second white belt' form and Danny Plourde placet! third in the second white belt sparring. UCW hosted by Dickies NEW DAYTON (HNS) United Church women were re- cent guests of Rev. and Mrs. Graham Dickie at Milk River. A baby book and blanket were presented to their new son, Joel Andrew Dickie. MISSION FESTIVAL April 1 a Mission Festival will be held here sponsored by the Uoldsprings AOTS. Church ser- vice will be at a.m., fol- lowed by a luncheon at 12 noon. Miss Joyce Sasse, who served a missionary in Korea, will speak. Mr. and Mrs. Dickie related their experiences at Prince Rupert, B.C., where Mr. Dickie was a student minister for two summers. The April meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Kiity Kent at Lethbridge. FERNTE The new Fertile hospital needs from lo- cal sources to boost its equip- ment fund to the required 000. The equipment committee, under the chairmanship of Owen Corrigan, expressed con- cern at a recent hospital boarc meeting about a misunder- standing relating to the financ- ing of equipment for the new Fernie Hospital through the Bast Kootenay Regional Hospi tal District. It was made clear to tha board that the committee short of funds to furnish and equip the new 60-bed unit. It is scheduled for completion in October. A total of has bean located by the government. The East Kootenay Regional ospital District will provide toward the fund wiih e remaining to be sup- led by the B.C. Hospital In- urance Sen'ice. Current estimates for the fur- can be sent lo the hospital or dv "sited in a special account at the Canadian Imperial Fende board okays plans NATAL (HNS) The Femiei school board has accepted ar- chitect sketch plans for addi- tions to Elkford and Spanvood Secondary Schools and may send a delegation to Victoria in an attempt to "hurry up" approval to go to working draw- ings and proceed with planning. nia noted the board has not yet received approval to go to planning for any of its recent proposals. BIG LAKE Great Bear Lake in the North- west Territories is square More district oil page 12 Croivsnest Pass Bureau NEWS GIRCU1ATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blalrmore Phone Hang in there, Baby! Ff you can wait until Mon- day you'll o big 19" color TV for only 429.97 Save Simpsons-Sears Home Furnishings Festival April 2nd Iron Springs bids farewell to Holeckas IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Steve Holecka and Miss Mary Holecka, res idenls of Iron Springs for many years, were guests of honor a a farewell party held recently in the Huntsvllle School au ditorium. Edward H. Reiter presentei a gift lo Mr. and Mrs. Holeck and also to Miss Mary Holeck rom their many friends here. More than 100 guests were i ittendance. Pension office opens at 10 TABER (HNS) Tbursda the Canada Pension Plan offic here will be open from 10 a.m to 4 p.m. The office in Hie Taber Ar ministration Building is ope the last Thursday of eac month for persons quirics on the Canada Pensio Plan. Ronald F. Viney from tl Lethbridge office will be in a lendance. isliings and equipment are ap- roximately to The B.C. Hospital Insurance ervice will continue to share ne-third from its general "quipment fund providing local unds can be secured for the emaining two-thirds. Mr. Corrigan indicated the esponse by many clubs or- has been "Iremen- ous" and some formal com- mitments have already been re- ceived. Arrangements are being made to display an artist's con- ception of the new building along with a colored floor plan n the window of the Canadian [imperial Bank of Commerce lere. Private (tax deductible) do- nations are appreciated and RCMP essay by Leinire third FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Scarlet and Gold, the RCMP Veteran's Association magazine, sponsored a contest essay last spring. Winning third place honors was Jack Lemire with his 800 word story entitled The Pride of Canada. Fourth was Charlynn Rhca with words on RCMP, Yesterday and Today. Both students are from Ihe F. P. Walshe High School. The contest was open to stu- dents across Canada. 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