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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 12, 1973 THE IETHMIDGI HEXAID J Too busy lo retire Sokichi Hosak, Raymond Town hall gardener for the past 20 years, has o deep and abiding reverence for things that grow. And Raymond residents have a deep reverence for Mr. Hosaki His flower gardens and lawns are without blemish. At home, his own Japanese garden is a quiet, backyard beauty spot unexcelled in town. Visitors are always welcome. He went to Raymond from Vancouver in 1942 and Van- couver's loss was Raymond's gam. At 81 he sees no reason to stop. The feeling mutual. G'owsiiest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep, Blairtnore Phone 562-2149 The LetJtbridge Herald I I Correspondent in Your Area I STIRLING I 1 MRS. F. B ZAUGG 756-3324 m 1 TABER 1 ROSS GIBB 223-2252 f I TURIN I MRS. PAUL JUHAR 738-4394 I TYRELL'S LAKE f MRS. HOWARD HAMLING........... 642-2263 1 f VAUXHALL 1 f MRS. R. W. POWERS 654 2369 sj 1 WARNER MRS PEARL LIEBELT 642-3610 SPARWOOD 1 MRS. MOLLY LATKA................. 425-6617 I sz Contact these people for your District News 1 H or Classified Advertising Hoop champs spur pride at Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale citizens are proud of the Kate Andrews High School Gaels. Provincial "B" boys high school basketball cham- pions, A banquet was held recently for the Gaels in the St Joseph's School auditorium. About 100 persons attended. The event was arranged by mothers of the players The town of Coaldale had in- dividual plaques engraved for each team member. These were presented during the eve- ning program by Mayor A. F. Blakie In making the presentations, Mayor Blakie said Pius Labole- vech, coach of the Gaels, in the short span of five years had captured the southwest zone championship and now the pro- vincial crown and has won the leeogn-tion as "Mr Basket- ball" in southern Alberta. LARGE BIRD Canada's largest woodpecker, the pileated woodpecker, is about J7 inches long VOYAGER FAMILY RESTAURANT CARDSTON ALBERTA ITS OUR Help us Celebrate MOTHER'S DAY, May 13 OPEN 11 A.M. to 10 P.M. CHARGEX AND BANK AMERICARD WELCOME FREE CORSAGE FOR MOTHER SPECIAL DINNERS FOR MOM LOBSTER TAIL SEAFOOD COMB. CHINESE FOOD STEAKS MANY OTHER FINE DISHES (AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT, RISERVI IARLY BY PHONING 653-4277) fOR THE FINEST INCUISiNE. WP would to take thu opportunity to fhonk nur mnny who havs made our third year of operation a tremendous surc-ots We have enioyed serving you the past three years and look forward to serving you in the years to come. DINE OUT OFTEN AT THE VOYAGER FAMILY RESTAURANT MAIN STREET CARDSTON, ALBERTA Luchia backs baseball NOBLEFORD (Special) reorgamzational meeting for north county minor base- ball was held in the North County Recreation Office at Picture Butte. Re-elected governor w a Gordon Luchia of Nobleford. Barry Reiter of Iron Springs was re-elected secre- tary treasurer. Formation of the Little League baseball league was held and there will be teams participating from Turin, Picture Butte. Shaughnessy, Barons and Nobleford. The Babe Ruth reorganiza- tional meeting was held at the Legion Hall, Nobleford, with teams set to participate from Champion, Carmangay, Nobleford, Monarch, Picture Butte and Coaldale. The first games for the Little Leaguers were held this week. More district pages 9, 35 and 36 Fort Macleod 4-H Beef Club cleans up Gathered with shovels, rakes and wheelbarrows are members of the Fort Macleod 4-H Beef Club. Twenty- five members worked all day Decently to help elderly people and smg'e women with their yard clean-ups. They tilled gardens, hauled manure and raked lawns. It took the place of their usual calf raffle. Members agreed it was fun working times more fun than selling raffle tickets. They raised Back row, from left. Wilf Allen, Wilf Rooselaar, Alfred Valleires holding Ron Askley, Stuart Foote, Mrs. Wilhelmma Schmale, Gerritt Schmale, Barb AMen, Collette Vallieres. Second row, Tim Ashley, Duane Foote, Peter Sup, Melanie Foote, Monique Vallieres and Ron Watmough. Front row, in wheelbarrow, Dwayne Schmale, Karen Allen and Mel Foote, holding barrow handles. JtAN oWIHAPJ anybody planning to growatfalfa this season should learn about 'Embutox'E Embufox provide' s 'e effective weed control m seedling alfalfa and brrdsfoot trefoil information wnle May and Baker (Canada) Ltd., 1147 Ave., S.W., Calgary, Alberta. Available from: YAUXHALl GROWERS SUPPLY VAUXHAU Crafts show More than 300 Crows- nest Pass citizens attended and praised a recent show- ing of arts and crafts or ganized by the Coleman Order of the Royal Purple. Displayed were crocheting, leather work, plaques, batik painting, ceramics, plastic and resin moulding, wood work, copperwork and paintings by Coleman artist John Schwartz. In- strumental in setting up the show were OORP members Mrs. John (Caro- line) Holyk, Mrs. Ella Mrs. E. W. (Marion) Amell, honored royal lady; Mrs. John (Josephine) Kulig and Mrs. John W. (Paula) Peters, all of Cole- Oldtimers tour south PICTURE BUTTE well- organized car pool recently carried 30 senior citizens on a circular tour by way of Fort Macleod, GJenwood, Cardston, Lethbndge, and home to Pic- tuie Butte The cost of travelling the dis- tance of 165 miles, figured to 83 cents per person. A Dutch treat dinner in the banquet room of a Cardston Cafe was enjoyed. A few returned by way of Fort Macleod from Glenwood after the in the printing of the Glenwood Gleaners a paper being pub- lished bv senior citizens group, assisted by a New Hori- zons grant While at Glenwood they sampled, and purchased cheese from this famous cheese fac- tory. Tractor moved; blaze doused NOBLEFORD (Special! The first fire call in nearly hvo >ears was answered by the Nobleford volunteer fire de- partment recently when a fire on the C Konynenbelt farm swept toward a tractor mired in alkali. The tractor was pulled out and the Maze doused. 4OOOO MILES .95 EACH SIZE BR78-13 FREE! With the purchase of a set of 4 Uniroyal Zeta Tires. Installation Balancing Wheel Alignment THESE SERVICES VALUED AT Other Sizes at Comparable Prices! 75% more hazard 20% better Increased skid resistance and Cooler running 12% better Increased puncture and blow-out Magic carpet ride compared to our conventional bias ply SEE THE PEOPLE WHO KNOW TIRES BEST LETHBRIDGE Phone 327.5985 TIRE SALES TABER LTD. 423.7714 ;