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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Trip for rapeseed grower Rapeseed growers can win in all-expense paid trip to lapan this year in a contest Rapeyield iponsored Elanco of Preflan and all evels of industry and If a farmer's net yield is 30 mshels per acre or more he itands a chance to win the rip. Winning growers will be iclected by a draw and there vill be one winner a trip or in Saskatchewan and draws will be made or Bulova Accutron watches. The competition is designed .0 stabilize the rapeseed ndustry in Canada and to this crop remains a continuing source of agricultural income. Seminar May 24 26 in the Pass BLAIRMORE Allen Parry of the Jniversity of Lethbridge will ead a seminar in the Crowsnest Pass sponsored by social services. The weekend to be ield at Lees Lake May 24 to is for persons interested in enrichment of their jersonal life. The seminar is designed to DC an educational experience n human relations based on he assumption that awareness of self and of self to others is a key an enriched personal life. Participants will have the opportunity to examine and their own personalities and experiences. The residential workshop will begin Friday May at 8 p.m. and conclude Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. The fee has been set room and and further information may 3e obtained from Charles Gale at the PSS office 562-2331. Pension rep in E. Kootenay A representative of the Lethbridge and district office of the Canada Pension Plan will be in Southern Alberta and B.C. towns May 13 to 1.6 to answer any questions on the Canada Pension old age security and guaranteed income supplement. Louis LaPlace will be-in the following towns at the following Sparwood Town May to Fernie City May to 3 101 Federal May 9 a.m. to Kimberly Union May a.m. to 4 p.m. and. Creston Federal Agriculture May a.m. to 3 p.m. Thrills on the Scrambler Brenda Darlene Gordon and Laura Youngrin. all of Barons Barons posts carnival success Farmers cautioned on purchase of electric irrigation systems Farmers purchasing electrically-driven irrigation systems should make sure they meet regulations under the Electrical Protection warns the director of the Alberta agriculture department's irrigation division. J. C. Purnell says even systems producing their own electricity must meet the which are administered by the electrical protection branch of the manpower and labor department. Regulations apply to both the sprinkler unit itself and the method by which electricity is supplied to it. More information can be obtained from electrical protection branch regional' offices or local irrigation specialists. says Mr. wet field and a high electrical voltage create one of the most potentially dangerous combinations there is when it comes to installing an electrically-powered irrigation 4-H achievement honored by Hoping Clothing Club By SHEILA SCRATCH Herald News Service ETZIKOM Diane Naylor won the efficiency award and April Degenstein was honored for producing the best project book in the Hoping Nimble Needles 4-H Clothing Club. They are in unit one. The girls gathered recently at the Hoping Community Centre for their 14th annual achievement night. The theme was Rhapsody in Blue and the stage was overlaced with blue streamers and silver tinsel. Narrator -for the dress review was Janice Laqua. Twenty-two girls modelled garments they created in their 4-H club work. Melody senior public speaking contest Crowsnest Pass Bureau VEHNON RMktont spoke. She was introduced and thanked by Diane Naylor. Brenda Stappler of the Foremost Royal Bank of. Canada presented the Royal Bank's silver tray to Verna Ehnes for producing the best project book in unit two. Janice Mueller voted thanks to parents and the leaders were thanked by Diane Karl. First-year leaders Theresa Garber and Debbie Lee received gifts from the girls. CWL names new officers NEW DAYTON _ Mrs. Lawrence Kaiipp has been elected president of the New Dayton Catholic Women's League. Other Mrs. Forest first Mr. Clara second vice- and Mrs.August secretary-treasurer. Assistant leader Leora Scrath announced the trophy winners. Trophies will be awarded at this fall's color night. A complete list of winners UNIT TWO Rhonda most improved Elaine Miss Darlene efficiency and Verna best project book. UNIT THREE Shiela efficiency Shari best project Brenda MLSS and Bridgett most improved member. UNIT FIVE Rita best project Teresa 1st standing Rita 2nd standing Melody efficiency award and trip to Maureen best Melody senior public and Diane junior public speaking. Staying in Stay with friends. Traditional Calgary hospitality starts with -us. So the next time you're headed our way call Zenith 6-6014 from anywhere in Alberta for reservations. It's toll free. Or ask your travel agent to reserve a room. Isn't that Downtown. 9th Ave. and 1st St next to the Calgary Tower. L BARONS The Highway 23 Board of Trade's spring midway and dance here on the weekend was a says Helen secretary. It made and reinforced the idea throughout the district that Barons is on the map and bound to grow. Northland operated by Mrs. Hartigan and her husband donated half its proceeds from nine rides to the board. Eighteen hundred tickets were taken by eager hands to keep the turnstiles clicking. Patrons producing a coupon from a Barons got a free ride. Barons senior along with their counterparts in sold every cookie and bran muffin in their oldtimers' bake sale. The show was really under way at 1 p.m. The rides closed at 9 p.m. and everyone of age trouped off to the Barons Community Hall to dance to the music of Sandersan's Orchestra. About 400 people danced to 3 a.m. Sunday. was a smashing reported board of trade member Doug Youngren and Chairman Charlie Fletcher agrees. B.C. history buffs meet at Cranbrook CRANBROOK Assigned to play host to the 1974 annual meeting of the British Columbia Historical the East Kootenay affiliate has drawn up a roving program. Convention dates May 24 and centering at Cranbrook. Past president A. W. of who was also a charter board member for the provincial Fort Steele Historical is chairman for arrangements. Participation of the general public in the field program is invited on a free basis. The program includes a bus excursion to the Libby Dam via Eureka and Libby and back by Bonner's Ferry and Creston. Other events are a box lunch at Fort a Kimberley luncheon and the annual banquet in Cranbreook. Banquet speaker will be David curator of Heritage Park at where a working prairie small town has been reassembled. Exhibits of interest the Colonel Macleod the Strathmore a steam a scale stern-wheeler operating oh the Glenmore reservoir and the famous two- storey privy from the Crowsnest Pass. The local annual dinner meeting re-elected Hank Fred and Mrs. John vice Dave and Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Mayberry teasurer. Directors and field supervisors were huckster Brian Fletcher Petroleum rodeo theme BROOKS The Brooks Kinsmen Club has selected the oil and gas industry as the theme for its annual rodeo June 14. The industry was selected for tribute because it has made a significant contribution to the development of -Brooks and district. Selection of rodeo queen candidates is in progress. Merchants are being encouraged to enter floats in the parade. The Herald District Fort Macleod fears highway may pass by FORT MACLEOD Residents here are worried a new Highway 3 route may bypass the town. Fort Macleod Chamber of Commerce president Andy Mackay Monday said he preferred not to comment because is nothing definite either way. It will be another month or six weeks before we know In the the chamber appears to be planning to launch a committee comprised of chamber members and town councillors. It will seek a meeting with Highways Minister Clarence Copithorne to clarify details on the new highway. The matter was discussed at a recent chamber meeting. The highway now passes through the town westbound traffic passes near the Fort Museum and eastbound traffic travels the street one block south of main street. far as we are concerned this is a good says Mr. Mackay. The committee will suggest a route to the highways minister to assure that the town not be cut In other the chamber named a committee to prepare a brochure. It will design an advertising piece suitable for motels and hotels to indicate recreational areas and town businesses. The secretary will write a letter to the Town of Fort Macleod regarding a sign for the dead-end street in front of the fire hall. Park may honor 'Pop Price' B.C. Price is the bouncy name the Cranbrook Kiwanis has chosen for one of its major a children's playpark in Slaterville. Location was discussed with the city west of Briar Avenue and immediately north of old St. Eugene now a motor hotel. It is the city's only playground with built-in creek which produces fish. founder of the Tri-School Girls Bugle which has participated for decades in parade and marching events across Western lives on Briar Street a little north. He was the longtime post office caretaker after service in the First World and drilled the band like a sergeant- major. CAREERS RAPIDLY EXPANDING DEPARTMENT STORE requires MANAGEMENT TRAINEES Excalltnt future in retail management Good company benefits Salary commensurate with experience and education Grade XII minimum Must be willing to re-locate Apply in Personnel Department WOOLCO DEPARTMENT STORES College Mall Shopping Lethbridge PRINCIPAL SCHOOL FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED A Principal is required for the Dorothy Gooder School in Alberta. Dorothy Gooder School serves approximately sixty maritally retarded children in Southern between the ages of six and eighteen. The Principal will have major responsibilities in pro- gram development and will-work closely with Director of Pupil Personnel Services. The person we are seek- ing will have experience In teaching and administration of special and will have done graduate work in the field of mental retardation. Those wishing to apply should do so by submitting ap- plications complete with curriculum vitae including references by May 21st The Director of Personnel LtthbrMge School District No. 51 4331 5th Street South LothbrMgo Voters list being prepared CRANBROOK Municipalities and electoral areas in the East Kootenay are preparing new municipal voters as required under the 1973 amendment to the Municipal Act. Cranbrook licence inspector Gordon Willis has been named enumerator. His 24 deputies .will complete the door-to-door enumeration May 31. The new lists will be posted June 30. Then courts of revision will be held and the lists closed Aug. 30 in preparation for the November municipal elections. Amendment of the act cancels all existing lists and revises voting eligibility to 19 years for Canadian or British subjects. They must be a resident of the province for six months and a city resident at the time of enumeration. Owner-elector and corporation agent categories have been eliminated. 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