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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10, THE HERMB 3 chamber elects chiefs RAYMOND (HNS) B. V. Heninger has been elected president of the Raymond and District Chamber of Com- merce. Mr. Heninger is a third gen- eration farmer and livestock man. Russell Court was elected vice-president. Mun Takeda was returned as secretary-treasurer, a posi- tion he has held lor a number ot years. The meeting went on record as being in favor of monthly meetings. The first objective will be a drive for members Grey Cup comedy coining MILK RIVER The Yea Lethbridge Won the Grey Cu] will be staged here May 27, 2 and 29. It is an original comedy ii three acts. It is written and directed b; Don E. Behrens and has a cas of 24 players with the role o Prime Minister Pierre Trudea being taken by an anonymou actor. Curtain time is 8 p.m. eac night. It will be presented in 111 Erie Rivers High School here Centre opens May 29 TABER (HNS) The Tata Irop-in centre for migrant farm workers will operate again this year in a basement room in the court house. The centre will operate from Monday, May 29, through Au- gust as a place for migrant workers, their wives and chil- dren, to relax, visit friends, watch television, and engage in other recreational activities. It will be managed also for the second season by Mr. and Mrs. (Frances and Betty) Mo Arthur. Mrs. Rose Ycllowfect of the Native Counselling Service will be conducting counselling and alcohol training seminars at the centre through the sum- mer. Ray E. Evanson, director, says that plans are tentative [or providing some school framing for the Indian clu'l- cn. The plans call for two hours school for each of three days week during June after con- Itation with the native people d local school administrators. The centre is financed by lo- 1 contributions along with overnment grants which make 80 per cent of expenses. The own of Taber, the Taber MD, gar beet growers, cannery op growers, and retail mer- lants associations are expect- I to contribute. The steering committee corn- rises town councillor, Mrs. elen Wentz chairman, Mrs. ernadette Malo and Mrs. Nor- a Porter for the CWL cloth- g bank, assistant recreation rector Miss Yvonne Mclvor, like Putici for the beet grow- rs' association, and Rev. Lin- en Dressier. Besides the services of rec- eation and counselling pro- osed, the centre will also be n excellent clearing place for arm labor placement, says Mr. OPEN HOUSE TO MARK PIONEER'S BIRTHDAY MARKS BIRTHDAY Rolley H. Jensen, Cardston pioneer, recently marked his 85th birthday at a family dinner and program attended by 72 people. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen were honored by their seven children: Joseph, William, Mrs. Hugh (Louise) May, Mrs. K. N. (Delia) Stewart, all of the Cardston district; Dick, Kalispel, Mont., Alvin, Edmonton, and Mrs. L. L. (Janet) Vance of Pasco, Wash He came to this country with his parents from Utah in 1889. -Catherine Hull Pholo Stewart says he'll run SPARWOOD (HNS) Doug Stewart, member of Parlia- ment for Okanagan-Kootenay, announced recently Us inten- tion to seek his party's nomina- tion at a convention to be be at Golden at the Golden Centre Sunday, May 14, at p.m. Rounup SHSjBK Training course TABER (HNS) Hoy Hlga, hool division transportation epartment, will attend a mo- r fleet supervisors' training ourse at the University of Al- icrta May 23 to 26. The course includes fleet T h i- U'lhbridge Exhibition Board is interested in using this pool for ils celebration. The meeting also heard a re- port of a meeting with a com- Walkathon iry control and record keep- ig. Expenses for the course will e underwritten by the school ivision. Portable pool mittec proposing renting the May 20. Vauxhall Foods Ltd. indoor swimming pool for the season. The committee will present its recommendations to the Town j of Vauxhall and the Taber MD j councils. CGIT supper IKON SPRINGS (HNS) The Iron Springs Sunshine Spreaders CGIT held a pro- gressive supper party recently, COUTTS Colitis Sweetgrass Lions Club is spon- soring a "walkalhon" Saturday, It will start at Sun hurst, Mont., and go to Milk River, a distance of 21 miles. Registration will be held from 8 to 9 a.m. at the Sun- burst Fire Hall. Proceeds will go to the Sun- burst swimming pool, CanAm baseball and little leagues. Trophies will be given to the oldest and youngest walkers TABER (HNS) Swimming ool facilities in rural areas i-ithin the Taber MD were con- idered on two fronts at a re- cent meeting of the regional commission here. The commission's portable pool will be in operation .lune 1 at Vauxhall; then at Grassy Lake, Enchant and Hays in .hat order. visiting the homos of members (or the various courses of the meal. j 1 Tliis involved a trip to Leth- bridge, Picture Butte and Sun- dial, with the main course be- ing served at the home of Mrs. J. Caruso. Iron Springs. A campfire meeting was held at the home of the leader, Mrs. I Craig Miller. The Noble ford CGIT members were guests. Mrs. Dana Stachofski honored by slwwer IRON SPRINGS (HNS) I shower was held in the Huntsville School auditorium recently to honor Mrs. Dana Stachofski. Mrs. Craig Miller was the master of ceremonies. A pro- gram of instrumental and vocal selections was heard. Mrs. Stachofski was present- ed with many gifts for her home. She was assisted in opening the gifts by Miss Siri Stachofski. At the conclusion of the eve- ning a buffet lunch was seived to guests by Mrs. D. Erno and Mrs. F. Baskin. Guests were in attendance from Detroit, Mich., Red Deer, Lethbridge, Iron Springs, and other points throughout south- ern Alberta. Summer program PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The north county recreation board says children of the north county will be offered the chance to attend a Red Cross swimming course. It will be held in the Picture Butte Swimming Pool Canoemanship, water skiing, mountain trail riding, gymnas- tics and tennis may be offered. Competitions will again be held to pick representatives for the Summer Games which will be held at Bow Island this year. It is also planned to have a program in conjunction with the swimming instructional course. This will consist of ba- sic arts, crafts and physical ac- tivities. Lethbridge students in the Opportunities for Youth pro- gram will be invited to pro- vide programs in the north county area. O'Brien quits board PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) his resignation as a member ot the board. Mr. O'Brien has s e r v e d on the hospital hoard for some 12 years. He was on the committee of the Picture Butte Chamber oC Commerce that worked for the establishment of a hospital Mr. O'Brien and family are now residing in Lethbridge. A study is being made in re- gards whirlpool bath for hospital. The local Lions Club suggested that it would, make a donation towards this. Vice-chairman Syd Johnson stated he would look at the one in the 'Pass Hospital. Harry Watson and Mrs. Betty Juris gave a report of the trus- tees' institute they attended as delegates. William Tonkin re- ported on the regional confer- ence he attended at Leth- bridge. In the director of nurses re- port, given by Mrs. Rose Mori- yama, it was noted the occu- pancy for last month was 65.1 per cent. Mrs. Antonette Hill is markin her 80fh birthday today. Mi 10th. She was born Antonet Serena Jensen at Nephi, tiro May 10, 1892. In June 1902 the age of 10, she immigral lo Canada by covered wago with her father, step. and 3 brothers, arriving in Ra tnond on July 26, 1902. In 19 moved lo Purple Spring where she married Wilford W. Hill on November 15, 1912. In 1924 they moved to Taber. They were the parents of 8 children, Mrs. Meivin (Thelma) Easthope ot Tabor; Dr. Kenneth Hill of logon, Utah; Archie of T. Parley, who passed 19-18; Caldon of Raymond; Ray of Calgary; Mrs. Don (Viviann) le Baron of Lethbridge, and Mrs. Cecil (Shirley) Mossong of Vancouver. There ore 30 grand- children, and 14 great-grand- children. All of her children with 1heir husbands and wives, and most of tlie grandchildren, and great-grandchildren will be home this weekend for the birthday celebration. Town council wins reduction TABER (HNS) Taber school Division No. 6 has re- luced its interest rate on lelinquent requisitions from a tatutory maximum of 10 per :ent to per cent. The decision resulted from a protest lodged by the town. Its irsl-quarter payment of the school foundation requisition was 20 days overdue when )aid. Council objected to the pay- ment of 10 per cent interest which was charged under the Board's previously accepted policy, since the division was operating on money borrowed from its bank. While the trustees agreed in principle with the 10 per cent I e v y, they agreed to the re- duced rale "in the interests of good public relations with the town "council." In other financial business, the trustees sold four used bus- es for a total of being I he highest bids received on these units. Three buses went to W. Blair of Calgary w hose tender was for two units at each and one for S925. The fourth bus went to the Taber air cadets who offered an even ?500 for the 48-passen- ger Chevrolet vehicle. Bids for each for two of the buses were not considered since they were received after tenders closed. A third-highest tender of for one of the buses came from the Taber Elks Club. It was ad- vised to Iry again when more buses are offered for sale in Hie fall. WESTERN ffHB f HERB SAYS THIS Mr., Mrs. How lour Europe Mr. Hill passed away Sepl. 16, 1967, lince which time Mrs. Hill has continued to live alone in their home, wlicre she does her own work, is an avid gar- dener, and continues her hob- bios of reading, fancy work, and making beautiful quills. Silo k itill active in cliurcli find com- munity affairs. Her family will honor her at an open house on Salutcloy night. May 13, from 7. 9 p.m. In tho Relief Society Room of the l.D.S. Church, corner 54th St. and 54th Ave. in Tnbnr, nl which time all relatives and friends ore invited gifts by inques! TABER (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Roy How left Taber re- cently for a three-week Euro- pean tour which will include a week-long convention of the In- dependent Grocers' Association in Portugal. They are flying by CP Air via Montreal to Lisbon and by charter flight to Bcacli-of-the- Three-Brothers in the province of Algarvo for the convention. They will be going sight-sec- ing in Lisbon for three days, and then on to Athens and Istanbul for another 10-day out- ing. They return home early in 3 DAYS ONLY MAY llth, 12th, 13th SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTiON Pbs Many Other Unadvertised Specials at Price and Less! OVER 1000 PAfRS OF O> BOYS' SLIM LEE RIDER Regular 6.95 and 7.95 30 PAIR TEXAS BRAND FRINGE TOP ig SUEDE BOOT Clearing at Price By Male Denims Gas- light-Blue Denims Levis GWG D Love 'n' Stuff. Brushed denims, 10 01. blue denims, wide wole cords, in whites, solid colors, stripes and prints. Regularly 9.95 to 18.00 j Now 1 Price and Less! to MEN'S WESTERN Sizes 73i, and 7sk only Regular 4.95 But they go at 100 PAIR Ite IMore slrict on pages 5, 40 and 4.1 toes Buckie strap coiors Regular 34.95 Now Price O NO EXCHANGES NO REFUNDS ALL SALES FINAL LIMITED QUANTITIES ONLY kuTF4TFRN UfFBR n u d _ fi ft li n b A ft t GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE OPEN THURS. AND FRI. UNTIL P.M. 308 -5th Street S. Phone 328-4726 We carry tho largest _________ stock of Western Wear CUARG1O in Southern Alberta ;