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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta May II, 1970 THI LETHERIDCH HCTAID 3 Trail Ride liners Announced WARNER (HNS) Warner and Coutts Cycle Clubs held a combined trail ride lion recently. Competitors met at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sloboda The competition started on the Milk River ridge and pro- ceeded to Gold Springs Park, east of the Weir bridge near WrUiiig-on-Stone and then north to Verdigree coulee east of War- ner and back to Sloboda's. Some 28 entrants started the course and 14 completed the contest. Entrants were from Lethbridge, Warner and Great Falls. Winners were Mickey Perver- siff, Lethbridge, Don Jackson, Calgary and Pat Higgins, Great Falls. They travelled a total of about 120 miles (no roads used ex- cept as a Fastest time was made by Don Jackson, Calgary, with a time of three hours and 34 min- utes on a 250. J.SS n. Roundup of District News BJfi 1 v-rf'v ..cvMS HEADS Garth Tiircotte of Pinchcr Creek is president of the Napi Friend- ship Association, an organi- zation dedicated to the pro- motion of friendship between the peoples of south Alberta. Ed Yellowliorn of Brocket is vice president. Peter Cress- well is director and court worker. The group sponsors educational and cultural ac- tivities. Public Works Ordered To Rid Town Of Dogs TABER (HNS) Stray dogs molesting corralled horses have prompted town council to dele- Green Home Opposes Test For Admission CRANBROOK (Special) The Dr. F. W. Green Memorial Home Society board was unani- mously appalled recently at in- formation forwared by L. J. Wallace, deputy provincial sec- retary, which said in future admission to the home would require aai elegibility means test. The trustees will request Mr. Wallace to meet with them on a planned visit to the area May 16. The society was organized to establish comfortable boarding residence regardless of means for. area people no longer able physically to maintain their own residence in the area. This was Dr. Green's specif- ic wish. It now has capacity for 30 residents, ranging from those comfortably financed to. those receiving government assist- ance, with board rates set on this basis. Operations are ten- uously covered at. present by this revenue. The home is unique in being capital debt-free with original building cost of two- thirds of it raised by the origin- ally sponsoring Legion branch area organizations, and friends of Dr. Green. The remaining third .was a government grant. The addi- tional for furnishing and equipping was raised by the society when the home was put in operation nearly 11 years ago. The board contends it has the right, under these circum- stances, to disregard the means test which might make ineligi- ble, up to one-fourth of the present residents, which disre- gards entirely the original ob- jectives of Dr. Green and the society. gate to public works crews the job of ridding the town of these pests. Council heard a complaint from Edward Sparks. He told of four occasions when dogs have bothe-cd his yearling quarter-horses. Chief of police Gordon H. Hacking told council the own- e. of one of the dogs (which was impounded) became known when he came to redeem his dog. The owner of the other dog is also known. Neither was licensed. In giving the dog catching job to town employees, council was of the opinion that removal of a few packs of strays would relieve the situation. The problem is not serious enough to warrant the expense of a full-time catcher, council decided. Talent Boutique COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale Kinettes will present a Talent Boutique at 3 p.m. May 30 in the Coaldale United Church Hall. This is to be a fashion show of home fashions. Evening Of Fun COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Kinettes recently held a successful Evening of Fun. This was highlighted by a Smorgasbord Supper. Attending were Lethbridge Kinettes, invited guests and the local Kinettes. Mrs. Doug Ober, president, was master of ceremonies. Mrs. Glen Perry is program convener. Graduation Set COALDALE (HNS) The Catholic Women's League o: the St. Ambrose Church wil sponsor the St. Joseph's Schoo Grade 9 graduation banquet to be held June 19. This was decided at a receni meeting of the CWL. Engrave; pins will be presented to th< graduands. Fish Derby COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale and District Fish anc Game Association will sponsor a Fishing Derby Sunday, May 24. It is open to members and [heir families. For further information on jime and place contact Ed (Tex) Wiebe, fish committee chairman. Social Studies COALDALE (HNS) The new social studies was the opic at the Elementary School Teachers Institute of the bounty of Lethbridge No. 26 leld in John Davidson School n Coaldale recently. The institute was sponsored iy the Professional Develop- ment Committee of the Al- lerta Teachers Association Local No. 21. Peter Slemko, principal at the David son School, welcomed .those at lending. Doug Ledgerwood, elemra tary school consultant, depart ment of education, was the main speaker. The new social studies cur riculum will place emphasis i the following order of impor tance: first, values; then skill and last understandings o knowledge. Heads Baseball PINCHER CREEK (Special Boss Zoeteman will be pres MOT.{ of tho baseball associa lion for the new season. Other new officers elected a the recent meeting are: Home Simpson, Mrs. Bill Elliott, A Laatsch, Jim Ellwcod, R o Keer, Allister Robertson an Gus Fritz. The tournament committee consists of Mrs. Gil Hanfor ajid Gary Burns. The committee emphasize the fact that no one will pla unless registered and due paid. Rutt Graduates COALDALE (HNS) Eri Stewart Rutt recently gradu ated in forest technology at th Alberta Forestry School at Hin ton. He is the son of Mr, and Mrs Byron Rutt of the Coaldale dis trict. Honor Pupils NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Spar wood Elementary School recent ly showed 23 students placet on the honor roll while five were given honorable mention Honor roll: Hosemarie Rake Blair Peebles, Michael Ryba chuk, Margaret Yce, Michae Whittaker, Ross Napier, Nei ook, Wendy Wettstein, Adele Judy Donaldson, Nancy Volpatti. Aurelia Sac- comani, Janice Kalr'ichak, Shan Borsato, Jay Thomson, Shirley Pettriew, Roxanne Oliver, Jo- seph Melon, Edna Katrichak, S'ella Gioia, Bobby Fontana, Barbara Fontana and Torn De- COMMEND BRIGADE Mayor Tyce Vastenhout of Bellevue, left, presents fire chief William Ozar with a plaque recently received by the village from Muscular Dys- trophy Association headquarters. The inscription reads: "This tribute commemorates 10 years of steadfast service. The defeat of muscular dystrophy through the advance of science ultimately depends on the diligence and devotion of volunteer Mayor Vastenhout congratulated the good work the brigade has done over the years, pro- moting fund-raising campaigns. Decoux Photo. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore 562-2149 COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lethbtidgc Herald Correspondents In Your Area MAGRATH MRS. MILDRED MARKER P.O. Box 97 MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELLER P.O. Bex 329, Milk River MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER P.O. Box 61 NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON P.O. Box 314 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Gen. Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising Pizza Factory Employs 14 Girls CRANBROOK The only pizza factory betweer, Vancouver and Montreal is ex- pected to be in production on Kootenay Street here in a little over a month. Sherbo's Pizza Company Ltd., which Started as a cafe side- line in the original Baker Land Office building on Van Home Street less than two years ago already has 202 out- lets as far away as Calgary. Joe Sherbo is the founder and company president. Mrs. Helen Belzac is secretary treasurer. The plant will employ 14 girls on the daily pizza preparation, Buck Sportplex COALDALE GINS) The Catholic Women's League of St. Ambrose Church will pre- sent the proceeds from its bake sale (at the recent Crazy- Fun Day) to the Coaldale Sportplex: To conclude the term, a sup- per for women of the St. Am- brose Church and CWL mem- bers will be held at Lethbridge May 28. with a full-time federal food in- spector on staff and two or three trucks for quick delivery to r e t a i 1 outlets for quick im- mediate baking. The product will be fresh eyery day and not frozen. The business started less than two years ago at the Van Home Street site using the.former St. Eugene Hospital ovens, a far cry from the new factory with its specialty ovens that bake at 650 degrees. Heads CWL COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. J. B. R. Staddon has been re- elected president of the St. Ambrose Church, Catho 1 i c Women's League. Others re-elected by acclam- ation were: Mrs. Al Foder, vice president; Mrs. Peter G. Martens, secret a r y; Mrs. Frank Beekman, treasurer. Re-elected to the following committees were: Mrs. Al Marclii, publicity; Mrs. Peter Macht, Mrs. Frank Eeckman, Airs. Al Fcder and Mrs. Fred Hranac. Short Band Tour CARDSTON (HNS) The Cardston High School Band, under the direction of Orlan Strom, is going on a short tour next week-end. They will leave Cardston at 6 a.m. Thursday morning and travel straight to Salmon Arm, B.C., where they will present a con- cert that evening. The following day they will return to Calgary, stopping at Banff for a short visit. They will tour Calgary Sat- urday and present a concert at the LDS Stake Centre Satur- day night. Following a dancs they will return home that night. This is an exchange project with the Salmon Arm High School Band under the direc- tion of band leader John Dahrn. This band recently visited the Cardston High School. A Foot NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Dis- trict of Sparwood council re- cently passed a resolution whereby lots across the street from the veterans' lots be ad- vertised for sale at a front foot. Application for two lots was made by Dr. Fred M. Lund- gren. Aid. Alex Walker and Aid. Molly Latka will look into pos- sibilities of working through the SPCA in Cranbrook for pound facilities and transport- ing animals there. Material for Sparwood street lighting is expected to arrive May 15 and the sub contrac- tor expects to start work as soon as the material arrives. Seek Organizer NATAL, B.C. (HNS) A proposal suggesting a com- munity organizer for Sparwood ias been made by the Roman Catholic, Anglican and United Churches. It is hoped that someone will be hired by July 1 of this year, possibly for a period of two years. It is understood by the dis- trict council that such a com- munity organizer would deal with recreational and commun- ity programs. At a recent meeting Bishop Scott gave a report of pro- gress made in obtaining the organizer. The of hiring would be to be shared as follows: Anglican, United and Roman Catholic churches each; municipal govern- ment Kaiser Resources, and provincial govern- ment Police Report COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Coleman council recently re- ceived the monthly police re- port from chief Don Schuelcr. A total of in fines was payable to the town from fines incurred under town bylaws, Alberta Liquor Act, Highway Traffic Act and the Criminal Code. A total of 46 complaints were received during the month with 23 still under investigation. The report also indicated two fires had been attended. Seven boys hsd been appre- hended and will stand trial on charges of a break-in at Zak's Store and an attempted break- in at the local drug store. Spring Tea Held SPARWOOD (HNS) The senior citizens rooms were the setting for the annual spring tea and bazaar of the Anglican Church Women. Tea servers and helpers were kept busy throughout the afternoon. Winner of the cake was Mrs. A. Lawes; mystery box winner was Mrs. Jean Tabor and door prize went to A. Lctasy. Coiemcin CWL COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Rev. Dennis MacDonald in- stalled the new officers of the Coleman CWL at the regular meeting. The new slate includes pres- ident Violet Wavrecan; secre- tary, Molly Strickland; trea- surer, Angic Owen; first vice- president, Freda Taje; second, Mrs. Joe Bodisch; third. Wanda Proc. MARK ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Christie of Woolford will be honored at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 16, in the Jefferson Hall on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary. Friends and relatives will be welcomed to this open house. They request that no gifts be presented. Mrs. Minion Hosts WI WARNER (HNS) The May meeting of the Warner WI was held recently at the home of Mrs. D. Minion, with Mrs. S. Howkins as co-hostess. This being the citizenship meeting, 14 members answered the roll call: "My Duty as a Canadian Citizen." Some were: keep picnic grounds clean; use your right to vote; teach your child to respect the laws of the land; stand up for your right; be a wise consumer. Treasurer reported a bank balance of Serving the winter supper meetings to the Lions Club prov- ed very successful, averaging per meeting. A clothing drive will be held the first part of June. All good, clean, used clothing may be left at the garage of Jack Carr, Jr., before May 30. Mrs. A. Stromsmoe, from the museum committee, reported nothing will be done regarding moving the Anglican Church for a museum. There was not enough interest shown. Plans are under way for the constituency conference to be held at Warner this year June 10. All standing committee chair- men are urged to send their reports to their corresponding constituency chairmen for 100 per cent reports. Farmers Sports Day is June 12, and plans are being made to enter a float again this year. New Coke Ovens A Possibility NATAL, B.C. (HNS) If a feasibility study proves it is economically sound the coke ovens at Michel could be re- placed by new by-product ovens that would be a big step for- ward in the fight against smoke pollution. Gerard E. Balsley, Kaiser Re- sources vice-president, said coke plant now is producing about tons of coke a month and has market poten- tial for much more than that. To replace the coke ovens, said the vice-president, would require sufficient demand to warrant four times the produc- tion and installation of ovens capable of producing more by-products in much greater volume. SPRING CLEAN-UP OF FLOOR MODELS H. M. 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