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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta friday, May ]j, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 GINGOLI) PEItNIE GUSTMAN Bernie Gustman Fastest Walker By PAUL ANDERSEN Hcrahl News Service CLARESHOLM The sec- ond annual Claresholm Walk-a- thon, in aid o[ the proposed Claresholm Recreation Com- plex, was a real success. There was ideal walking con- ditions and 227 people finished. The walk this year was from Nanton to Claresholm, a dis- tance of 25 miles. First walker to reach Clares- holm was Bernie Gustman, 14 who made the 25 miles in five hours by jogging part of the way. Mayor Ernie Patterson made the full distance but had to stop for repairs to his feet a couple of times provided by Bob Gordon of Gordon's Am- bulance. The mayor's efforts were well rewarded as Medicine Hat Tile and Brick is giving the town bricks for each of the 25 miles he walked. 351 TOOK PART Last year 312 people took part in the walk and produced Jack Kiualian Suffers Bums all- Jack Kinahan of Harrington- sleter Fertilizers received sec- ond degree burns to his neck, arms and one leg, when an an- hydrous ammonia hose broke. Mr. Kinahan was taken to the Pincher Creek Hospital where he is being treated. Tin's year 354 participated but the total receipts wiU not be known till all donors are contacted. The mayor estimates the recreation complex will cost about and about 000 is already in the building fund. Former Cnief One Spot of Sar- cees, Ed Gingold of Claresholm, finished Ihe route. Honor Mothers At Macleod FORT MACLEOD Fort Macleod mothers receiv ed special recognition from the local clergy recently. Christ Church (Anglican) eel brsted early Communion, aftei which the men's club had I special breakfast to honor the mothers. Rev. E. R. Doyle chose Mother's Day theme for the sermon at the late service. A Trinity United Church Rev. W E. Julian cnose as bis subject The House Upon The Rock. Mrs. Marjorie Hatton directed the all-male choir. Christian Family Sunday, coin- cided with Mother's Day anc Rev. G. Peters of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church said that he stressed interpreting action by love. Special emphasis was placed on love within the home. At Holy Cross Roman Catho- Roundup of District News Celebrity Dinner TABER (IINS) A fashion show, one of the laler items to become a part of the program of the Celebrity and Sweep- stakes dinner scheduled for Saturday evening, will feature Miss Canada, Julie Maloney of Ottawa. The garments to be modolle( will come from Kay-Lyn Fash ions of Taber. Proprietors Mr and Mrs. Hardin Atkin have been busy Ihe past two weeks making all the orrangemenls "Il's just another part of oui contribution lo the Civic Centre commented Mr. Atkin The fashion show will be only a part of Ihe action between and 7 o'clock Saturday night a the new recreation complex Also lo be held during the two hour reception prior to the din ner will be a hockey demon slration by New York Rangers Rod Gilbert, a "ski school" b; Nancy Green Raines, and a session of golf tips with Can ada's well known professiona from Toronto, Al Balding. JIM SUMMERS lie Church ,heir first celebrant was Rev. Redmond. six boys received Communion. The RE-OPENING of Palm Confectionery 5209 48th AVENUE TABER PHONE 223-2833 Welcome to all our old friends and We are back to serve you again and hope that you will drop in and see us. Sees Cowley On Lions Club Youth Exchange By C. A. WEEKES Herald News Service COWLEY Thanks to an in novation in the field of youth exchange by the Cowley Lions Club and the Lions Club of Charlo, Mont., two youths have had a chance to travel and see each other's homes and coun- tries. Ron Maufort of Livingstone High School was selected to spend a week in Charlo and Jim Summers of Charlo High Echcol spent a week in the Cowley Lundbrcck area. Jim Summer's was born in Pennsylvania, lived in upstate New York and Hawaii before moving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Summers, to Montana. He had never been in Can- ada before. He has enjoyed iving in Ron Maufor't's ranch lome in the Tanner district, doing Ron's chores and attend- ng Ron's Grade 11 classes in Livingstone High. Ron has been going through the same routine at Charlo. A pleasant side trip was made to the Pincher Creek Hutterite Colony where he en- joyed hospitality of the people and a look at their many activ- ities. The Cowley Lions conveyed lum to Eureka, Mont., where he was met by Charlo Lions escorting Ron Maufort. As a souvenir of his stay In Canada Jim Summers was pre- sented with the Canadian Maple Leaf flag and a class pin by the students of Living stone High. Seanrara's CANADIAN WHISKY Tlie dinner, says Chairman Palritk Shimbaahi, "will get under way at 7 o'clock sharp." Comedian Moray Amsterdam is the headlines Gamers 450 COALDALE (HNS) Frank Molnar of Coaldale won the trophy at the recent predator, hunt sponsored by the Coaldale and District Fish and Game As- sociation. Five persons took part. Mohiar tallied 450 points. He shot a fox which earned him 200 points. Crows, at 10 points each and magpies, at 15 points each made up the remaining points. Sew Pyjamas COALDALE (HNS) The Tabes Women's Group of the Coaldale Mennonite Conference Church has volunteered to sew the pyjamas for the Coaldale Community Hospital. The project and the ready- cut pyjamas were presented for sewing at a recent meeting of (he Hospital Women's Auxiliary. Collected COALDALE (HNS) A lota] of was collected for the Canadian Cancer Society in Coaldale and district during the recent canvas. Mrs. Ed Slurm is chairman and Mrs. Jack Oliver, is secre- tary-treasurer. Smart Seventies FORT MACLEOD (Special) Styles of the Smart Seven- lies were brought to women of Fort Macleod by Job's Daugh- ters and a local store recently. Narrating the latest in sum- 'Opportiuiilies In Nursing' BLAZRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass Chapter of the Alberta Association of Registered Nurses has invited prospective nursing studenls lo attend a discussion on "Oppor- tunities in Nursing" to be held at the Ctowsnest Pass Munci- pal Hospital, Friday, May 29. mor fashions lo Hie "in-girls" of all ages was Loralee Moorey. Between vocal numbers by Breuda Milne, KaUiy Leslie and Rhonda Thacll, the wear- ing apparel was modelled by Mrs. A. Moorey, Mrs. 13. Dyck, Mrs. G. Buzuiiis. Mrs. V. H.-'l- lon, and the Misses Barbara Moorey, Gail Rosling, Bienoa Milne, Wendy Fisher, Dianne Collar, and Rhona Thaell. Mrs. L. Blair was pianist. Send 525 Chicks COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. Jake Andres, president of the Coaldale Wayfarer Girls recent- ly reported a lolal of was realized from three newspaper drives conducted by the club. This will provide the means to send 525 baby chicks lo Haiti. Boost Cancer Fund COALDALE (HNS) In Readymade and district was collected during Ihe recent canvas for the Canadian Can- cer Society. Mrs. L. H. (Alice) Jcnson was (he area chairman. Wilderness Areas Reviewed By Kerr Ily VEIIN DECOUX CrowKllcsl Pass Hiircau COLUMAN Preservation of wilderness areas anrl pollu- tion conlrol were discussed at the recent monthly meeting of Ihe Colcman Fish Game Association. The local association made a check on (lie disposal plants of the sewer systems servicing Blab-more and Coleman and il was learned lhat the two were the best in southern Alberta. Jim Kcrr spoke on the wilderaess association and the work it is doing to try to pre- serve wilderness areas. Reports indicated (here had been no slaughtering of Elk in Waterton this year. A system of tagging the animals indi- cated the elk have migrated as :ar north as Longview. 165 MEMBERS The membersllip com mil Ice reported the association now las a membership of 1G5 mcm- jers which is 65 more than last vear's figure. Plans for a possible picnic for members and their families ivas discussed and will be fullv discussed a( the June meeting. A number of members ex- pressed interest in a rifle range. The 40 members in attend- ance saw wildlife films shown by (he Truant brothers of Bell- cvue. The next meeting will bo held on June 8. Bike Marathon FORT MACLEOD (HNS) Sponsored by Fort Macleod Club, a bike marathon will be held on Saturday, May 3d, al 1 p.m. at the airport. II is not a race each rider will be checked for completed laps, and awards will be made o those making the most laps before 4 o'clock. Riders will be sponsored and .he'proceeds are to go towards "urther beautification of Mio .own's golf course. Entry forms can be oblained from Len Hat- .on, Raiph Rhea, Bud Williams, Trueman Ward and Gerry Tur- geon. Time of registration is at the airport. JORDANS REPEAT THE MOST IMPORTANT CARPET EVENT EVER HELD IN CANADA! ARENA CARPET SALE CONTINUES... Tonight till 9 o'clock Saturday till 6 p.m. LETHBRIDGE ARENA Kg Only Jordan; can make these amazing deals! fl Special purchases by the carload! Selections so tremendous, prices so low, quantities enough to jam-pack this building. No Down Payment Convenient Terms! Here are just a few examples TRILAN TREEBARK Plain colors and tweeds. Reg. SALE "CAREFREE" Rubbed backed economy in. smooth surface, ideal for rec room. 6 colors. Reg. 14 Price SALE 'WINDSONG" Multi colour sculptured nylon. Moss, olive, mea- dow green, fern, turquoise, blue, red, spice. Reg. Vi Off SALE UNIQUE Handing's Poly Propylene rugged muhi-pur- pose carper in' blue. Reg. SALE 54.95 VOGUE Luxury 3 color nylon shag. 2 inch pile height, 18 colors. Reg. W OFF SALE "INDOOR-OUTDOOR" Harding's House and Gardens. Polypropylene plush pile for mulli purposes. 10 colors. Reg. 44% Off SALE 54.99 TEXTURED NYLON Attractive hi-low pallern, specially crealed for budget-minded families. Topaz, gold, moss, avo- cado, Spanish iile, blue, quartz. Reg. SALE LUXURY NYLON HARDTWIST Very heavy deep pile with sturdy nylon twist texture. Classified grade. Ivory, gold, lerracolla, jade, lurquoise, beige, red, blue. Reg. SALE 59.49 MADEIRA SCROLL Delicate carved design on plain nylon ground. Golden rnojg, Jnca gold, red, olive, fade, lerra- colla, turquoise. 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