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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. Moy 13, Wl THE UTHBPIDGf HERAtO 3 FOUR HORSEWOMEN Candidates for ihe honor Queen of the Taber Rodeo will compete in riding events at the Taber Eight Horse Show at Taber Saturday, May 20. From left, Karen Schmidt, (sponsored by the Moose Anna Rudolf, (St. Mary's High JoAnne Schmidt, (Taber Roping and Jean Ferguson, (W. R. Myers High Westbriclge wins hall contract CA. Weekes Encouraged by the success of the 1970 and 1971 barbecues, the Porcupine Hills District Coun- cil of tlic Boy Scouts of Canada is planning a bigger and better event for June 10. 1972. This will be held at the Wil- low Creek Provincial Park west of S t a v c I y. The committee, composed of representatives from the Cub and Scout Groups of Slavery, Clarcsholm, Gran- um, and Fort Macleod, which makes up the Porcupine Hills district, is under the co-chair- manship of Dave Linn and Bill Malchow, both of Slavely. Ray Oliler and Axel Sund- qulsl, who barbecued the beef to perfection at the previous barbecues and at numerous events in the SUvcly area, have again offered to carry out this Important function this year. Tliis will ensure that the same delicious beef will be served on buns along with bar- becued beans prepared by the Znd Fort Macleod group. It is planned to have sufficient bar- becued beans to cope with both the adults and the three-plate hungry boys. Due to higher costs this year, the committee is serving the barbecue on an "all you can eat" basis at per person, and preschoolers can eat free. Tickets may be obtained from any Cub, Scout, Venturer, or Leader, and, of course, will be sold at the barbecue. It is firmly planned to hold the barbecue at Willow Creek Park, which is a lovely spot for an outdoor event, as many peo- ple discovered the two previous years. However, if the prayers of the rural people are answered and we have inclement weath- er, arrangements have been made to stage the barbecue in the Stavcly arena. Entertainment during the bar- becue will include the Clares- holm Band under the direction of Art Dee of Calgary. Sky divers from the district are planning a "Dive In" for the barbecue. Watch for further data on this and mark your calendar row June 10, 1972, for the Third Annual Porcupine Hills Boy Scout plan to attend. It's the biggest food bargain in the West and your atten- dance will provide your family with an enjoyable evening and at the same time assist the district c o u n c i 1 in providing more and better Cubbing and Scouting for the boys. A warm welcome is extended to every- one who enjoys a barbecue in very pleasant surroundings. INSPECTION FORT MACLEOD (HNS) The annual inspection for 2309 Macleod Cadet Corps will be held at 7 p.m. Monday, May 15, in the Fort Museum. PINCHER CREEK (Special) Westbridge Construction Ltd. of Lethbridge has been a- wardcd the contract for the Community Hall to be located on the Agricultural Society Grounds. Family planning BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Chinook Health Unit and Preventive Social Service are a "family with re- jointly sponsoring planning seminar" source people from the Calgary Family Planning Association. The event will be held at the Blairmore Credit Union at p.m. Tuesday, May 16. The seminar is open to mar- ried couples and teen-agers. It is planned to provide accurate and up to date information about birth control, the popula- tion explosion, sterilization and abortion. not include the foundation which The firm's tender was for This does price of the was completed by Dave Miller Construction of Pincher Creek. Tenders will be sought for heating, plumbing and electri- al installations. The building when completed will cost about The Community Hall board is made up of Pincher Creek and district Lions, Kinsmen, Cham- ber of commerce. Knights of Columbus, agricultural society, Elks and recreation board. Wade Tink is chairman. MOTHER'S DAY COALDALE (HNS) The annual Mother's Day breakfast, sponsored by the Coaldale Kins- men Club, will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, May 14, in the Coaldale Community Hall. the Cartoon Bug Send your cirtMM to the Lethbridge Herald, H Mrs. Helen Koveci, Box (70, Lelhbrfdge, Alberta, "ONE THING ABOUT OUR !M US1C, IT DOESN'T MATTER IFTHE NEEDLE Carolyn Ferguson, Age 15 Winnipeg, Manitoba real life observation, ft lost humor, however, rmist.bfl constructed by the cartoon- ist es hf print! s nut hii wreklv productinn. He niw.t be a capable working writer nnd cannot trait for a friend to come by and say, "Hey, nir- sister was playing d guess what Pincher MD would be included in new Pincher ho spital district PINCHER CREEK (Special) At the recent meeting the advisory board of St. Vincent's Hospital, the board reconv mended that copies of corres- pondence between C h a r 1 es Drain, MLA and the hospital be passed to both Pincher Creek MD and the Town of Pincher Creek, so that both councils would have an opportunity of making repres e n t a lions through Mr. Drain for minor boundary changes to t h e proposed new Pincher Creek hospital district. These changes, it made, would result in the whole of the KIN-TREK WINNERS WALK OFF WITH TROPHIES From left, Wayne McLennan, president of the Coaldale Kinsmen Club, presents trophies to Kerby Yamamoto, 5, youngest finisher; Eric Goertz, 12, first to finish; and Les Handley, oldest walker. Mr. Handley refused to divulge his age but said he will do better than one hour and minutes next year. Master Goertz covered the 10-mile distance in one hour and 25 minutes. Richard Colley was chairman of the club project. Money raised will aid the Sportplex, Kinsmen rodeo grounds and other community projects. -Mary Tymburski Photo SAFETY DEPARTMENT OFFERS Commercial Testing Bicycle Safety Training Snowmobilo Safety Lectures Driver Education and Training Advanced Defensive Driving Counei Girl and Her Car Care Courses School Safety Patrol Training Safety Education Lectures ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION 903 3rd Ave. S., lethbridge Phone 328-1771 THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT (PART 3) (SECTION 90 (4) NOTICE OF HEARING OF LIQUOR APPLICATION The following notice is published in accordance wjth the provisions of The Liquor licensing Act; 1. The area comprising The VILLAGE of CARMANGAY, boundaries being all that area lying within the corporate limits of ihe Village of Carmangoy, has been designated as a local option area for the purposes of the above Act. 2. The Twenty-First day of June, 1972, has been set as the data upon which the Board will consider applications for licences under tho above Act, unless prior to that date the Board has received a petition signed by 500 of the obove described local option area op 10 per cent of the number of persons named on Ihe latest lists of electors for on election of a member or members to the Legislative Assembly from the area comprising the local option area, whichever is ihn lessor number, requesting that the lieutenant Governor in Council submit 1o a vole of tliR eledors of thn local option orra a question in resprc.l of thr rf liefincn applied for. Doled nt Edmonton, this Elghih day of May. A. D. ELLIOTT Chairman, The Alborla liquor Control Board. NOTE: Petitions requesting a plebiscite voto must be on tho official petition forms which may bo obtained from The Alberta Liquor Control Board, 12360 142 Sircrt, Edmonton, log other with instructions for 1hn iuib- miision of a pelilion. 245 walk to Nolan Bridge Pincher Creek MD being in- cluded in the new district. Other hospital business in- cluded a donation of by tho Women of Unifarm (Chinook j local) to the ladies auxiliary to I assist in purchasing new beds for the hospital. It was reported Indian pa- tients accounted for 27.59 per- cent of the total patient days for 1971. Mrs. Kathryn Herr, dietary technician, has been employed to assist in re-organizing the dietary service and place mats, marking Hospital Day, had been purchased through the Canadian Hospital Associa- tion. Extensive painting lias taken place on the ground and second floors as well as the boiler Deadline for entries TABER (HNS) Entries close tonight for the annual Taher quarter horse show which promises to be the larg- est ever held here with more than 200 entries recorded. The show is sponsored by Taber Eight. It will take place Saturday, May 20, preceding the 32nd annual rodeo program. Milo Whitcomb of Sterling, Col. is the judge. Judging of the 15 halter clas- ses for registered quarter horses will commence at 8 a.m. with four classes each of stal- ions, fillies and geldings along with grand and reserve cham- pions in each group. OPEN HOUSE FORT MACLEOD (HNS) To observe police week, the general public is invited to at- tend "open house" at the RCMP town detachment office here be- tween 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. May MISS WILLIAMS Arithmetic no problem for Taber girl TABER (HNS) Placing eighth in the province in the nationwide junior mathematics contest, Miss Cecelia Williams holds the honor of being the first-place lemale mathemati- cian in the province. She placed 115th out of students in the national event. Along with team mates Tim Ell and David Megyes of SI. Mary's Separate High School, Taber. the school's e n t r y placed fourth for Alberta schools. Results of the competition were recently relayed to school principal Robert F. Galvin. He was advised the school will re- ceive for the team's per- formance. Miss Williams is s daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald F. Wil- liams of Taber. Plant Now! CHOOSE FROM A LARGE SELECTION OF TREES PERENNIALS SHRUBS 1.89 Ait PLANTS GUARANTEED SPRUCE TREES Up to 8 foot from 5.99 up WEEPING BIRCHES Up to 12 foot LACOMBE NURSERIES LTD. 5 Miles E. of Lethbridge on No. 3 Highway CoaldaU PHONE 345-4633 UOSED SUNDAYS OPEN EVENINGS GARDEN PLANNING OUR SPECIALTY COALDALE (HNS) About 245 people participated in the recent Coaldale Kin-Trek. It was sponsored by the Coal- dale Kinsmen Club. The trek was from Coaldale to the Nolan Bridge, a distance of 10 nu'les. About was pledged. The first to finish was Eric Goertz, 12, of Coaldale. Tlie oldest was Les Handley, well known southern Alberta auctioneer. The youngest to complete th? walk was Kerby Yamamoto, 5. MRS. TYMHUISKI FINAL MEETING COALDALE (HNS) The final meeting of the season for the Coaldale Arts and Crafts club will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 18, in the Sports- plei. Red Cross honors four PINCHER CREEK (Special) At the regular spring blood j donor clinic of the Red Cross held in St. John's Anglican Hall recently, 20-year donation pins were presented to four lo- cal residents: Ken Dickie. Del- more Hochstein, Leonard Hoch- stcin and Paul Walters. Their attendance, along with many other faithful donors, en- abled the transfusion service to accept 202 donations. LOST L.C.I. STUDENTS OF THE 30s CAN YOU HELP? These Are The LctMnridge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area NATAL, B.C. PAUL CHALA P.O. 287 CARDSTON MRS. CATHERINE HUH........... General Delivery COWLEY CLARENCE WEEKES..........P.CV BM T LOMOND MRS LEONARD CHASE Genotoi uolivrry 5TAVELY MRS. VIOLET CLANCY Box 55 Conlacl these poopta for vour Diilrict or Classified Advertising ARNOLD, Sybil HILL, Dorothy ANDERSON, Glenn HANIUK, Sam ANDERSON, Lloyd HOSTETTER, Leslia ALLAN, Susie HARRISON, Annie ATWOOD, Doris HOLDEN, Marion BROWN, Helen HAUGHSON. J. BASS, Gordon INGHAN, Mildred BECK, Bob IRWIN, Bob BRENTON, Betty JOHNSTON, Iris BRUCE, Enid JARVIS, Clarice BRYANS, Jean JAMISON, Doug BECK, Ed JONES, Edith BUCHAN, Ed KERR, George BECKER, Newton KERR, Annie BLAKE, Audrey KELLEY, Jor COGH1LL, Jim KELLY, Helei, CHDISHOLM, Roy LOWE, Mary CHAPMAN, Jim LUTHER, Katherins CHAPMAN, Edith LARSON, June CUFF, Claude LIND, Lorrin CHAPMAN, Marg LEHMAN, Elizabeth CHENERY, Phil LARSON, Dorothy CURTIS, Irene LOWE, Pearl CRAWFORD, Jean LOWE, Kathleen COTTAM, Florence LAWSON, Jim DEHART, Jack LOWE, Helen DONALD, Harry LOWE, M. 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"CHICK" MaclNTOSH- 327-3021, 327-5617 DON WILSON-327-4941, 327-2678 KAY MadEOD- 327-4821 CLEVE HILL-327-5492, 327-8581 MACDERMOTT, Bob MILNE, Billy MORRISON, Cec MUIR, Jessie MACLEOD, Herdman NOBLES, Jewel PEREMENT, Grace PERRY, Amy PERRY, Clara PETERS, Steve PAYNE, Dorothy PERRY, Jack .'OVERING, Ann RAMSDEN, Lorraine RITCHIE, Norman ROBINSON, ROSJ ROSS, Eraser REID, Gladys ROSE, Bernice ROGERS, Revo REID, Verdum RIPLEY, Alva SENTER, Jim SHAND, Elsie SHIDELER, Lura SWANS, Marjorie SYNIK, Zetch SCOTT, Jim SIMPSON, Beulah SONES, Athol STOCKWELL, Hilda SUTTON, Eileen SHEPHERD, Joan SMITH, Molloy SAKAVICK, Joe STRANNE, Edna SHIDELER, Ruth SULLIVAN, M. SHIDLER, Ralph TUFFER, Helen TANNER, Jean TAYLOR, Robcrl B. TSKEY, Rex TRACHT, Ircno UPTON, Roy ;