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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 _ THE liTHBRIDGE HERAtD Wednesday, May 13, 1970------------------------------------------------ CGIT Mother, Daughter Banquet Held GHANUM (UN'S) The Ex- plorer and CGIT Mother and Daughter Banquet was held re- cently in the United Church Hall here. Rev. Julian gave the ulcssing and the toast to the Queen was given by Cathy Veenland. Other toasts given were: Church, Wendy Wcerstra, reply by Mrs. Julian; DCW, Debbie Walker and Judy Torok, Mrs. F. Blair replied; Mystery Moth- ers, Lorna Mackintosh, reply by Mrs. J. Mackintosh; Explor- er mothers, Carol Jorgenson, reply by Mrs. A. Joregenson; CGIT Mothers, Connie Cox, re- ply by Mrs. P. Cox. TO OTTAWA Donna J'aj- Ifi. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph PajkowsM of Kaymoml, has licen diosuii by the Raymond Rotary Club for an "adventure in citizen- ship" "week at Ottawa. A Grade II student, she is edi- tor of the school year book. She is interested in music and reading on many subjects. The introduction of the My- stery Mothers was (lone by Mrs. D. Gassner. The secretary reports for the year were given by Lea-Anne Clark and. Darcy Byer. Mrs. H. Dimm, Explorer leader, presented E pins to the following: Jacqueline Gassner, Jocelyn Dimiii, Carol Jorgen- son, June Hoge, Debbie Walk- er and lircnda Wesley. Lanyards were presented to Connie Cox and Barbara Kan- tein by CGIT leader Mrs. Caldcrwood. D Native Sons Of Netherlands To Place Wreaths At Pass BLA1RMORE (CNP Bureau) I memoration of the liberation of Crowsnest Pass Dutch-Canad- the Netherlands by Canadian ians, in co-operation w i t h troops, an inter-denominational Crowsnest Pass Legion branch- es, have announced that in cprri- Wasileuko Leads Walkers COALDALE (HNS) Vic Wasilenko was the first walker to complete the recent Kin Trek. The trek was from Coaldale to the Nolan Bridge, 10.5 miles. Proceeds go towards the Sports- plex and ether Kinsmen com- munity projects. Winners are: Les Handley, the oldest person; Joe Dorani, 68. the oddest means of trans- portation; Antonette Tomasta, 2V'2, the youngest person. The Miro Tomasta family of 12 persons was the largest fam- ily to complete the walk. service will be held in St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church at Blairmore at 10 a.m. Sat- urday. May 16. Wreaths will be placed sim- ultaneously at 9 a.m. at ceno- taphs at Bellevue, Frank, Blair- more and Coleman. At a.m. a presentation will take place in the Coleman Legion; at 12 noon in the Blair- more Legion and at in Bellevue Legion. Sparwood Elementary Has Top Priority WINS Mc- Kinnon of the Pincher Creek Royal Canadian Legion Cadet Corps von the best junior cadet and best attendance awards at the recent annual passing out parade inspected by Maj. Mel Hamilton of the 20th Independent Field Bat- tery, RCA, Lethbridge. NATAL (HNS) According lo a schedule presented to the school board of School District No. I (Fcnric) recently by its building co-ordinator, Frank Basarab, the board's entire six- point construction p r o g r a m, held up already by last fall's freeze on referendums, should be completed by the end of February. School to be ready soonest is expected to be the one to be erected in the upper Elk Val- ley region. Mr. Basarab said he expects .work to start on this in August and occupancy by start of tho term. The school will be ini- tially a two-room, relocatable unit, expandable to six rooms. He placed top priority on the addition to Sparwood Elemen- tary, with earliest date for start of construction being July 1, which Mr. Basarab also term- ed the very latest date on which construction should be- gin. He estimated time of comple- tion to he near the end of Octo- ber of this year. Clark Speaks To Scouters Baptize Boy NOBLEFORD (HNS) Ken- neth Allan, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin De Boer, was baptized recently in the Noble- ford United Church. By ROSS G1BB Herald News Service TABER "The real basis of Scouting and society in gen- eral is not in how much gov- ernment support a movement receives but in the people who volunteer in the movement be- cause it is the thing they should !be doing." Alberta Minister of Youth, Robert Clark, told the 15th an- nual meeting of Flatlands Dis- trict, Boy Scouts of Canada, the prevalent attitude of letting the department of youth do it is wrong. Mr1. Clark asked: Aspirin is the Registered Trade Mark of The Bayer Company, Limited, Aurora, Ontario "what fringe benefits can equal the experience and enthusiasm of a He cited a "point of view" at- titude survey conducted in Cali- fornia which showed that home life, church and other organiza- tions, and peer groups are the things that affect a young per- son's outlook, school which rather than the rates a low 10 per cent in molding character, in developing abilities to make rational decisions, to distin- guish the important from the unimportant, and to become a part of what's going on in the community. While government can assist in many ways, he said, the volunteer sector of satiety must continue, the dividends of which are rich in experiences. The youth minister gave a short course in human relations to develop abilities of getting along with others the course comprised of six, five, and on to one work of direction: "I admit I made a mistake." "You did a good job." "What do you "If you please." "Thank you." "We." Young Athletes.To (Compete At Pincher Summer Games PINCHER CREEK (Special) Young athletes are compet- ing throughout 100 regions in southern Alberta in an attempt to win a place in the Southern Alberta Games to be held here during the week of August 10. The summer months will see competitions taking place in small communities and towns. Later the winning teams and in- dividuals from the local level will compete with other winners at the regional level. Victors from all the regions will con- gregate in Pincher Creek. These summer games are be- THIS WH ALIGNMENT ONLY Regular Value FIRESTONE RIDING SYSTEM SERVICE cialized care of your entire riding keep your car safe to drive, and get full life frgrti yavr tires. Lawn and Garden FERTILIZER Witts 10-64 fertilizer provides controlled, all-season feeding for up to 5000 sq. tt. If your ear hasn't been aligned within the last 6' months, it probably needs this service now. Our mechanics correct Camber, Caster and Toe-in to original equip- ment specifications, using the most modern equipment. GOLF BALLS Quality golf balls bearing the famous Jack Ntcklaus name. Precision wound (bread Tough vulcanlzid j covtr. lively pcly- limit 3 to a Cuslom.r i centre. Extra balls each. name. 3133 bu'tadre A division of RUBBER Company of Canada Limited Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th Sr. S. 327-8548 Open Daily 8 ci.m. to 6 p.m. lieved to be the first of their type to be held in western Can- ada. Effort will have lo be put forth by many local residents to ensure success. Plans are under way to up- date all necessary facilities for both participants and spectators according to recreation direc- tor Fred Lipskey. Second in priority is the addi- tion to Ihc Isabella Dickon School. Mr. Basarab said that if construction starts before August 1, work should he far enough ahead by term com- mencement that it will not inter- fere too much with school pro- cesses. A new school at Ridgemont received third priority, and being an entirely new unit, will not be ready until the end of February, 1971. The Sparwood Secondary School addition also needs fur- ther study ts plans and specifi- cation exist and it may be pos- sible to update them. Construc- tion could start in September with possible completion by Jan- uary. This also applies to a proposed two-room addition at Jaffray. The school beard has to wait 30 days after the referendum before it can actually award contracts. Opens June 13 NATAL, B.C. (HNS) June 13 is the dale set for the open- ing of Sparwood sewage treat- ment plant. Plans are under way by various committees for cele- brations on this date, and it is expected that federal, provin- cial and municipal officials will be invited to partake in the affair. It is also hoped that the Senior Citizens of the district will go in with arrangements and have the opening of the Senior Citizens' Villa housing at this time we've got LOVE cosmetics a whole newapproach to make-up the natural lookof today Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m; Tliusrday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Slice of life. Bread is a basic staple in the good life Albertans lead. And living in a province that grows the world's best wheat, we tend to take it for granted Of course, for the farmer it's a little more complicated. It means an investment in labor, machinery, good soil management. Then markets must be found, transportation undertaken even before milling and bak- ing play their part. All in all, a skilled and complex business comparable in many ways to the supply and distribution of electric energy Here too specialized skills and complex processes are required to ensure that all the electricity you want is ready for instant flick- of the-switch availability While the overall cost of living has increased dramatically the price of electricity is still one of today's best bargains Did you realize that the power used on a farm is, on average, less than one per cent of the total operating costs? That's some- thing to think about when you consider inflation or watch the toast pop up' CALGARY POWER ;