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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thai I Joy, May 7, 1970 THE UTHMIDGt HERAID 3 Ted Jacques Honored By MRS. ED CESAR Herald News Service GRANUM J. E. (Ted) Jac- ques, elevator manager for the United Grain Growers in Gran- um for the past 30 years, was honored recently at a retire- ment banquet sponsored by the Granum Local Board of the United Grain Growers. Representing the company for tie occasion were: H'u g h Dickson of Warner, member of the board of directors of the Police Enforce Curfew COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Coleman police committee, at regular council this week, agreed to enforce the town cur- few bylaw. The committee has an- nounced the bylaw states ev- eryone under the age of 17 years must be off the streets by p.m. A notice advising parents and guardians the bylaw will be en- forced win be published. The town has warned that Parents and guardians allowing their children out after p.m. are subject to prosecution. UGG for southern Alberta; W liam Neufeld, Calgary, and Go don Moss, Calgary, area mai agers; Bice Quinn, Calgary, s of field service Art Wiebc, Lethbridge, field se vice representative and Jo] Harvard, Fort Macleod, distri manager. They were accom panied by their wives. Michael Donahue acted master of ceremonies at th banquet. The catering was don by the UCW. Presentations w e re made Mr. Jacques by Mr. lleufel Gordon Moss, Hugh Dickso and Michael Donahue. Also honored was J. S. (Bui Donahue on his retirement afte 20 years as chairman of th Granum local board. Mr.. Don hue was presented with a pi que. FAKEWLL PARTY Later in' the evening, mor than 150 friends and neighboi gathered at the community ha for a community par' for Mi', and Mrs. Jacques. Following a film shown b Hugh Dickson, Mayor L1 o y Sherman made the presentatio of the community gift, a gol chime clock. Michael Donahue then pre sented Mr. Jacques with a ban meter from his customers. Other out-of-town guests a tending were Mr: and Mrs. Wi liam Cameron of Turner1 Valle and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Jacques and family of Calgary. Another farewell party fa Mr. and Mrs. Jacques, spon sored by St. Augustine's Paris RODEO QUEEN CONTESTANTS Valerie Hansen, left, daughter of Mr. and Mn. Norman Hansen, and Janet Megyes, daughter of Mr. and Joseph Megyes, are rodeo queen contestants ot Taber this year. The Herald regrets a recent error in identification regarding these photographs. It's western wear for the people of Taber and district as the calendar moves toward the three-day holiday weekend May 16, 17 and 18. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Virnon Decovx, Reiidtnt Rep., Blalrmon 962-2149 COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lethbridge Herald Correspondents In Your Area GRANUM ID. CESAK.................Central Dellv.ry ORASSY LAKE MM. MART TURNBUlt General Delivery HILLSPRING MRS. HRTHA WYNDEft P.O. Box 174 IRON SPRINGS MRS. MARIE SORGARD P.O. Box S PICTURE EUTTE S. P. JOHNSON Gin. RAYMOND MRS. DEUA WOOIF Del. Contact these people far your District Newt or Classified Advertising Council, was held in the Unitec Church Hall. In the card game that wa played, Mrs. Jacques was tl high winner and Mrs. D. Ma kintosh the low scorer. George Sakatch, on behalf the parish, presented Mr. an Mrs. Jacques with a purse. Mr. Jacques began workui for the United Grain Growers Star in 1931 and remained that community for five year In 1933 he married Miss Hele McGoldrick of Calgary. Previous to moving to Grar urn is 1940, the family spei four years at Two Hills. They have three children two sons, Ron of Calgary an Howard of Granum; one daug ter, Mrs. D. (Pat) Mackintos of Granum; and five grandchi dren. Mr. and Mrs. Jacques will b moving to their new home a Calgary later in the month. Baseball Snubbed -Orban By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER Tabfr Minor Base- iall Association president Joe Drban, Jr., delivered straigh from tfie sh oulder recentl when he told the town counc of the dire need of more an adequate baseball playing fields 3ere. Mr. Orban was concernec tore is no playing field for sen ors (who are looking to Coa dale as a home field) and rak gets (who are looking to Hays; Grounds for minor ball ready established are rough aw n need of maintenance. He said there are now 11 to 1 )all teams here In which ove 450 people participate. He suggested a million do! ars for winter sports should be lalanced with somewhat bette acilities for baseball Playing fields in the pas lave been taken over for other development. He also charged lack of com munication between recreatioi nd engineering departments of the town. Ball grounds now under the c o n t r o 1 of the town engineer ave not been prepared in time or the ball season, he said. Council discussed certain pos ibililies for a ball diamom site. Council made no decisioi xcept to agree in principle ane e f e r; the matter back to the ecreation board. Mr. Ortan was supported at he meeting by Donald Jensen, epresenting the senior players. Gordon H. Hacking said the jee-wees are well fixed for fa- iEties this year. Up With People :.ast Of 120 Outers Canada COUTTS (HNS) A musical show Up With People, with a ast of 120 young students in- luding juniors and seniors -om 80 high schools accom- anied by their teachers, enter- d Canada at Coutts port of en- ry recently. This group from all the dif- irent statts represent X coun- ries. They have been invited to a n i t o b a by the Centennial ommitUie to do shows all over le province during May for e Centennial Celebrations. All Uie original music for eir two-hour shows express e ideas and convictions of udents for the future. Koupp NEW DAYTON (HNS) The seball season is in swing gain with the high school boys d other youths meeting for aclice sessions. Lawrence Kaupp is coach. CANDY STIHi'KIlS Vol. imleer hospital workers, known C a n (I y Stripers, "are of great value and importance to liie patients" in (lie words of nursing director Miss I. F. Newman at Willow Creek Auxiliary Hospital at Clarcshnlm. 1'lie high school gnK range in age from 13 to 36 vears and work an average of two hours a week after school and on Saturdays with such duties as hand-feeding patients, setting up trays, wheeling patients to and from the dining room, and most important, talking to patients. Miss Newman says "There is no generation gap here. are very proud of our Candy Stripers." Front row: Karen and Pam London, Marylynu Colleen Homier, Deb-hie Norby, Lorna Slovak and Cynthia DeBocr. Back row: Miss I. F. Newman, director of Nursing; Judy Kemcry, Leslie Peterson, Twyla Andrews; Lorraine Michajovsky, Judy Send, Patricia Goslin and Janice Milnes. Missing are Nancy White, Theresa Gugala and Marion Johnson. Paul Andersen By VEKN DECOUX Crowsncst Pass Bureau FRANK Mrs. J. Vysohlid of Frank was pleasantly surprises this week for alter 60 years of attempting to locate a brother she was rewarded with a letter from a party in Search cago who knew of her brother's whereabouts. Mrs. Vysohlid has been put-ling advertisements in numerous magazines and papers for in a n y years and recently ran an ad in a Czechoslovakia" magazine published in Texas. A Chicago subscriber to magazine knew Mrs. Vysoh-lid's brother Karl (Charles) Verbs in Michigan and wrote to Mrs. Vysohlid advising her that her brother had moved to Florida 10 years ago where he is still residing. The friend obtained the address and after some checking was done identity of Mrs. Vy-sohlid's brother was confirmed. Mrs. Vysohlid was separated from her brother Karl in North Bohemia, Czechoslovakia when she was eight and he was 14. A revolution and the First World War separated family ties and during the war Mrs. Vysohlid lost her parents. She came to Canada in 1920 with several sisters. Mrs. Vysohlid has a sister in Calgary and one in Vancouver who hope for a Cross Drive Set For June I TABER 1 is tire date set for the annual Canadian Red Cross blitz for funds. June is Red Cross Month for Taber and district. a recent organizational meeting, headed by Mayor Arthur H. Avery, a number of local organizations and groups were represented to plan the drive. The meeting was called by local Red Cross president Mrs. Helen Wentz. Hockey Commend Al I CLARESHOLM (HNS) -Move than 200 young hockey players, tlieir parents and friends attended the annual Claresholm minor hockey banquet in the IOOF Hall recently. A heart-shaped plaque jrabowsky presented to Al Grabowsky for "outstanding support" to Claresholm minor hockey. Dave McKee was named best goalie. Leading scorers in various teams were: Dean Willows, Danny Heyland, Dave Helmer, Gordon Atkins, Tom Hansen, John McKee and Larry Fen-ner. Most valuable players in each team were: Marvin Pez-deric of the Wee Pee Klippers; Fred Lozeman of the Tigers; Dale Wallace of the Clippers; Ron MacLean of the Packers; Ken MacKenzie of the Bantam Flyers; Don Fisher of the Cougars. Colin Markle and Kirby SmiUi shared an ward for goal-keeping duties in the Midget North Star Held ETZIKOM A miscellaneous shower to honor Miss Linda Drake of Rolling Hills was held in the Hoping Community Centre recently. The gift table was decorated with a bridal doll flanked with candles. and shower decor. Assisting the- bride-to-be in the unwrapping of her gifts was her cousin, Miss Debbie Bacon, and a friend, Miss Joyce Neiger, while Miss Marion Slverthorne recorded and Mrs. Norman (Isabelle) Kana arranged the gifts. A tablecloth was signed by the guests. The lunch and shower was sponsored by the Faith Sacfed Heart Women's OF WARNER A Good To live SALUTES The 1970 Graduands The Warner" High School Graduands include students from Warner, New Dayton, Wrentham, and Milk River areas, in the proximity of Warner. Commencement exercises honoring the graduandj will be held in the Warner School Auditorium on Friday evening, May 8, at p.m. Well done si'jdentj and itaff we ort proud of you and our school. (Inserted by the Warner Village Council and the Warner Chamber of Mother's Day Service Set NOBLEFORD The summer schedule for c h u r c h services in the United Church here is now in effect. Church will be at 9 a.m. 'Rev. Stanislav will conduct the Mother's Day service. Rev. Angle will speak' May 17; Mr. Snow May 24, and Rev. Stanislav again May ONLY TROPICAL Bamboo is Sot exclusively a tropical plant. Many species flourish in temperate zones, including the United SMART GIFT IDEAS FROM Canadian "Provincial Flowers Dessert Service This exquisite china by Spode features the beautifully handpainted official flowers of every Canadian province and territory in true permanent color. The individual province; flower decorates each 8-inch dessert plata while the colorful bouquet of all 12 provincial flowers blossom on the large 12-inch buffet platter. Teacup and saucer hava colorful provincial wreath inside the rim. A truly fabulous, collector's item or a most unique and'-praclical dessert service. 8-inch Dessert Plate with Province or Territory Flower 12-inch Buffet Platter with Provincial Bouquet 0.70 each 10.95 each SaveonlKOEA Siluerplated Holloware Buxton Ladies' Purse Popular French and Clutch purses of genuine leather with matching keytalners in a choice of exciting colors. Choose a gilt of silverpiats she'll treasure through the years. Mint Dish, Reg. 4.50 Butter Dish, Reg. 6.00 Bon-Bon Dish, Reg. 7.00 Fooled Dish, (Ug. IIWO 10.50 French Purse Keytainer 7.00 Clutch Purse 7.50 My Lady's Jewel Case Extra roomy Jewel case, sectioned for pierced earrings and Mother's favorite jewellery. Choose from fashionable shades of gold, blue or green. Special Value. 5.95 Silverplated Rose Bowl This elt gani silverplatea row bewt will help keep her Mother's Day tlowars fresh and your gift remem- bered long after JUST SAY "CHARGE OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAYI REGINA SASKATOON 'MOOSE JAW PRINCE ALBERT. CALGARY LETHBRIDGE 13 4th AVENUE SOUTH PHONI 131-4] 14 ;