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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 40 HfRAlP WpiJm-iHnv. 10 1977 ANOTHER TOUR FOR OUCC SISTERS flic fJf.Hd cf Granum, and Joy Duco, nrn off on cinclhcr tour of the ccnlineni with iheir quarter hoises George nnd Pnrjc. They're out la collect rnoro trophies. They are Canadian barrel racing champions for 1964, 1965, 1966, 1963 and 1970. They nUo excel in trick riding, performing 58 limes in tno U.S. midwosl ovor n five-monlh pericd lasl year. Jerri says (Jie rjuorler horse she won in 1964 in [his country is I he she treasures most. Many trophies ore nol shown. --Paul Andersen Pholo M Roundup ofi District News ..-us, Field days set CRAM5HOOK (Spcci.-lO Continuing with practical (Icin- of a I'icordical workshop course in irrigation, the provincial agriculture de- partment and B.C. Hydro aro field (I ;i y demonstrations fur East Koole- nav farmers. Wreck signs FOnr MACI.EOD Vandals have hccn creating hn- salc and agriculture achieve- mcnl day June 5 at Stahl's (I rounds at Cranbrook; ths June 10 homecraft achievement i Single phase Boft start motor fur irrigations was thoroughly covered in January, and its 1 operations will he demonstrat- ed ,Mny 1C al find Coy's ranch in the Invt-rmorc area; May 17 Juhn Clark's Wycliffe ranch for llhc Cranbrook area; and May I couilrucled hy Hie Boy Scouts j ilcmonslralion day, when (we Jin I he Cnstanzn Brothers' or cjgiil years ago -iml meinher teams from each club voc with sired signs in j Maclcod. The red and white signs were Fort 'toy at which special guest will he Judy Mills, provincial ex- ension home economist; find Raynes l.iikc ranch for the south country. lows a phase of their year's work will lie at Central School, Paving, sewers cost lately several have been broken off. A one way traffic sign was j Cranljruolt, May 12. planted on the couplet, direct- j ing traffic in (lie wrong ciircc- lion. IiCMP nlso rcpoi'l on j Highway 2, south of town, have been damaged. All leads are in- vestigated and Llic public is re- j quested to co-operate. proposes meeting place The flarcdholm anil distnd ron-en- 1.1011 board has appointwl a ooni- jniltec lo look into a proposal lo convert a former fM'oecry store on 50th Si into a recrea- tion centre for both younp, and old. The proposal was made lo the coffee or Ira nnd jiifl pass Ihe! The building, empty for a recreation board at iU monthly of nuinher of months, was soon lo been demolished but Mr. Smcdstead felt it could be fixed BLAIRMORE (CN'P Doreau) Interest not to exceed eight per Town of Blairmore is i cent. Plans for borrowing the money are being advertised and notice is being given that unless I planning n street paving and storm sewer project this sum- Another oldtimer, Billv meeting by a dolegadon headed jn favor o[ such j bv Carl Smed stead, retired where retired people could go fanner. He has long advocalcd j and feel at home, talk of old; "P al not Sreal a cosl and a place where people could go limes and meet other people j and play cards, have a cup of who are lonely. serve munilv. real need in the com- mer thai will cost about 000. The town is planning on bor- rowing a portion of the money the majority of owners of the lands that may he assessed pet- ition council against Ihe meas- ure within two weeks after May 10, the local improvement may (or the project to be repaid over be undertaken and the cost ns- a 15-year period al n rale of I sessed. 3 DAYS ONLY 1 YEAR GUARANTEE or, al! ma'ar'sl and wo'kmansh p Iff you think mowing is a real drag, you haven't been using a Craftsman gas or electric mower- Two terrific ways to shortcut worktime. Both at the same low price. Save 20" Rotary Gas Mower It's the 9 cu. In. Craftsman 'Eager V engine that makes tms mower such No more endless cord starts in a jiffy every time Engine speed adjusts autoroalicaliy to the workload you're doing. And It lakes straight gas, so there's no fuel mixing to do, Cuts a slick 20" Ewath and discharges cut grass through side chuts for easy pick-up. Easy rolling 7" wheels have pull-type height adjusters to let you custom- cut your lawn to any of 5 desired heights. Folding loop handle makes pushing almost a pleasure. Reg. 94.98. Save on CRflFTSMflN 18" Electric Mower For convenience you can't beat start. lio manoeuvrable, no oil or gas to fill, snd very little maintenanc protected motor unit delivers plenty ol power. Hi-liH blade and vacuum action aluminum deck gives a smoother cut even for long grass. 7" wheels have fingertip 5-position height adjusters. Convenient non- enag loop handle folds to let you hang it on a wall or Iransport il easily n the Irunk of your car. Reg. 89.98. i Ifom rnssl tn retnrA in Cnnadft through on inrrn onrl r.nlnlotiuo Ihis very spocial oflw h n-prpit fffnrl Sirnp'ions-riffflis can mnkn (o htlnn ynu iai Imi Iho lowor.1 pnnp QUALITY COSTS NO MORI1; AT SIAll'SONS-SKATJS STORE HOURS.Open Dnily 9 n.m lo 5.30 p.m., Tlmrsrlny oncl Fiidoy 9 n.oi. ID 9 p.m. Conlrn Villogn. Tolepliono 328-9731 Prepare bylaw CRANBROOK (IlNSi Tlic city financed, ing lot program has reached bylaw preparation stage. When il comes to voting stage only specific commercial zone ratepayers ballol, and if il is approved by 60 per cent of them, only the approximate- ly 150 properties that area be levied the four mills-plus initial tax rate lor retiring the debenluj cs over jLs amortization period. Phase three Mrs. Jackson returned (is president PINCUF.n CREEK (Special) The Pinchcr Creek Figure Skating Club held ils genera! meeting recently with a fair turnout of mothers. Discusbion regarding a coaching school, which would involve youths over 14 years in hockey and figure skathig, was held. The fundamentals of coaching, both for hockey and figure skating, would be taught. Mrs. Kay Jackson was returned as president. Alice Cook will he vice-president: FORT MACLEOD Hl'8a. secretary and La- Dr. John Walker said: "I think Von Deermg, treasurer, the campsite could be planned I Directors are Shirley Shem- ko, Harriut McGurk. and Flo Kubasck. Test chairman is Shirley Andrews. Mrs. Shirley Shemko was re- cently appointed assistant zona director lo assist Ralph Uglern, southern Alberta zone director- Mrs. Shemko recently attend- ed n zone meeting at Medicine Hat as a delegate for the Pinchcr Creek Figure Skating Club. with real historical value. We j have maps of the barracks and each site could be oa the spot of a certain building ajid named as such." And so the Fort Macleod and District Chamber of Commerce voted money to proceed with phase three of the barracks de- velopment, a Centen n i a 1 pro- ject begun two years ago. Phase one was the building of Midnight Stadium. Beef sale nears CRANBROOK (Special) East Kootenays 4-H clubs, in lOCcltlOll eluding the new Pine Eulte Horse Clul) at Kimrjerley and Kootenay Kowboys horse club j Invermere, are appro acb- i ing top events: Annual beef CLARKSHOLM nnd district recre- Golf course wins backing Wocknilz wins posl willi Slauffcr MAGRATW (1INS) Bobert W. Wocknilz has been appoint- ed research weed scientist and agronomist In (ho herbicide re- search section of the Chemical Company's agricul- tural research centre In Moun- tain View, Calif. Ilis work is concerned with the discovery and development of new improved selective herb- icides to control iveeds. This research Is directly re- lated lo his field of study for his master of science degree in weed control, planl, science and agronomy at Ulah State Uni- versity, Logan, Ulah. Claresbolm ation board has come out in favor of having the golf remain in its present location on Inn east side of town. The club house was built by remodelling a former service bU-ition donated by Gulf Oil. The recreation board approv- ed funds for the foundation and remodelling work. It was most- ly done by volunteer labor. Baseball committe chalr- man Al Graboivsky reported there is a lack of baseball faci- lities. A mnlion was passed to ask the Willow Creek school division to consider the possi- bility of erecting a back stop at the Willow Creek Consoli- dated High School to be used by the young people of the area. Recreation director Bill Frazcr says the children's pro- pram on Saturday mornings is meeting with prcat success. It is held al the craft, centre. Moie than 40 youngsters nre taking Mr. and Mrs. Wocknilz and part in the crafts program, daughters will be moving soon to California. Prior to their departure, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Wocknilz of Mapralh and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wilde of Wel- ling, visited them. KTEAM ENGINES GOING SouOi African Railways expects lo eliminate the last of 'Is 7..300 slcam locomotives bv Ferni ne to host visitors FERNIE The Fcrnic Mem- All of this, said Mr. Williams, orial Hospital will mark Canada serves patients who are also Hospital Day on May 12. i mostly from Ihe community il- It will be observed bv rnoro than 1.415 hospitals across the i "Hospitals are not only for country. roKlorinc. but also for mainlain- If has been officially pro- h- Mi Williams said. claimed by HIP Hon. .Mm Mun- j ..A or fare, ro. minister of national henllh ;5 Of ,1ny am! welfare, and roincidcF uiih l.lic hiHhrlny nf Flornnrr inpalp, p i n n r c r nf hospital health raro II is sponsorrfl hy Ihr r.inn- As.sori.'itinii nnd i.s supported hy provincial Imspi- Fornio Jinspitn) nfficj.-ils Impp rwoplc will Lnkn of Hospilnl Dny to questions ahouL services. "Hopefully, we ran .sonic dialogue. Iliink tJuil'.s IM! for us as wpM as for Iho ronimmiiiy Tint tikp lo frrl 1 Wn ll.lvr I iir I'Ollind Mr addpr] "I'.y fnnnds Uov 1 u-f to flr.nv a llii.f> in particular likp rcinirnl proplp lhal MIP nic Mnnnriol Hospilnl is I May I2lh l> HIP nnnivrr- sary nf [hp liirlh of Klorcnc.o She1 hrcanii; luioun as "TIio [.fitly nf i In: Lamp1' and pio- said ndininislrator It. in-ercd the roncopl.s of C. WilliiiniK. anil .sanitation that nltlinuijli HI He emphasized tlial DIP iiL'crl for n ImspiUnI arises ns n typi- cnl communily need nnd lhal in most ra.sps I lie community mists Iho money to huild hospital. pcplcd loday, rcprpsonttHl inficanl advances in licallh slaiidrirds during (ho second half of iho ninelppnth cenhiry. She Iwrnmfi famous for I ho esl.'iblisliment. of a inilifary 1ms- Once il Is there. It needs Ilio pilal during Ihe Crinipan War communily lo keep il of and Die fonntlim; in people im the luiard of uf Ihe .School nnd Inisloe.s or ael as volurleers. j llnme fur Iraininn nurses at SI. Many of HIP slaff .TIT ,nlsn lo- Thomas's 1! n s p i I n I, hroidon, cal citizens. I ;