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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta LUNDBHF.CK (CNP Bureau) Tests (if rifle marksmanship will be Ihu order of the day for sportsmen from southern Alberta and British Columbia at the Willow Valley Trophy Club's annual shoot June 10. The 23rd annual event will be held at the Frank Lynch Slaunton ranch, 12 miles north of Lundbreck. All competitions will begin at ,10 a.m. and entry deadline has been set for 3 p.m. All large bore rifle shooting will be completed by 4 p.m. Tax rate Trapshooting is scheduled to start at 2 p.m. A total of Hi trophies will he won by sharpshooters. 1'a i r and group trophies will also he offered. There will be junior and Mil- men's events during the day. The judges have announced that all competitors lli years of age and older must be mem- bers of the Willow Valley Trophy Club. Memberships can he obtained bv sif-r> Kubasek at 628-2405 Lundbreck or .lack DC za 11 at 028-2421 Cowley. Trophy winners from last year are requested to turn their tropliies in. Dinner and refreshments will be served. at Open house Soturdcy, Moy 20, 1972 THE LETKBRIDGE HtRALD 3 ict news roun Cofell relieved BROOKS The council of j PICTURE BUTTE An open the Town of Brooks has approv-1 imuse today from 2 to 5 ed the 1972 budget with total ex- penditures of SI million exclud- ing the capital budget. Tire mill rate will remain at 77 mills. It has been constant will honor Mr. and Mrs. C. IT. Cillies on Ihe. occasion of their I 58th wedding anniversary. It will he held at their home here. for three years. I Mrs. Gillies drove the mail The following mill rates were j truck from Lclhbridge to Sun- approved' school 37.33 mills: dial. Picture Butte. Iron Springs allf] Turin until 1325. She also drove a school bus for a num- ber of years in the Picture UfcbibNS CKtil Kimmie Hranac ot Coalaaie receives a prize from recrea- tion director W. D. Geldert for designing the Coaldale Curling Club crest. Mr. Geldert, manager of the curling club for the past ssason, says Miss Hranac's design, which she holds, appealed to club members for its good composition, color, humor and action. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hranac. The contest was open to all students in the southern area of the tethbridge County 26. Mary Tymburski Photo First Holy Communion at St. Catherine's Koman Catholic COALDALE fllKSi The Church at Picture liulte. Coaldale "A" and "B" teams She was among 25 children arc winning as they play in the receiving first communion. Tho i Centennial Baseball League. children were presented with: The "A" team, coached by j certificates and gifts donated Ernest firanson and Dean Co- by (he Catholic Women's fell, won the two games against I League. Foremost recently. The first I score was 10 to 9. Pension plan Neil Cofell was the pitcher with Peler Zubersky coming in j TABER (IIN'Si Canada as relief pitcher in the final j Pension Plan representative L. inning. LnPlace will he al the Taber administration building Thurs-1 day afternoon, May 25, from 1 to 4 p.m. j ijuLiiu. Anyone requiring the scr-! "ihe'repre- j vices of Mr; LaPIace regarding sentative for the Sundial Name Dunn j TURIN (HNS) The council of Lethbridgc County 26 appoinl- for Hie regional recreation i the pension plan should arrange board. Mr. Dunn succeeds Ches- ter Oseen. No canvass TURIN (HNS) There will questions of procedure under the pcnsio to attend. Meets May 25 MILK RIVER The Border; hospital 6.06 mills: health 3.80 mills; municipal debt charges 7.6B mills; and municipal 21.37 mills. Butte area. TURIN (HNS) There will Counties Hospiui Auxiliary will be no house-to-house canvass- j meet in Ulc hospjta] ijvjnR room ing for the Canadian Red Cross 25 al p.m. at Mil k Society in thix area this year, j Rjyer Anyone wishing to contribute j Thcrc wil] be a for a to the Canadian Red Cross So-; iclure whieh was displayed al ciety may leave their donation j Quinns DnlB ston, with Mrs. W. Stauth, postmast- j arc ,vclcomo. er at the Turin post office. Holy Communion j Reiect TURIN (HNS) Miss Chris-- TABER (UN'S) The use of tine recently received her' [ire hydrants for miscellaneous watering is to he discontinued unless special permission has been granted by the water de- partment. Council directed employed be instructed to disrontinun watering of park areas, parti- cularly during tire period prior to the admission of irrigation water into Ihe town's reser- voirs. Spring work PINC'HF-Il CRKEK (Special) Warmer temperatures after a hard winter enables ni a n y farmers to start spring work. While in most cases the high- er ground is all that can ho worked at the present, somp have started cultivating and in some instances some seeding is under way. The pastures are nrecning well with the advent of higher temperatures and the winter wheat is showing considerable growth, other than where the wind has cut it off in s o m a areas. Snow hanks arc still causing the ranchers tniuble. with cattle moving over them to greener pastures. Cattle that are usually movcd around the first of .Juno may have to he held hack for a week or so until more ham ground is evident in the sum- mer pastures. PLEASED AS PUNCH Taber Central ichool prin- cipal William R. Broadfoot views a plaque presented to the school by Grade 4 pupils of the Hanna Elementary School. They were on a tour of southern Alberta agricul- tural industry and stopped at Taber to see the vegetable cannery and a strip coal mine in operation. They were billeted at homes of Central School grades 4 and 5. The embossed plaque, featuring the Canada Goose, bears Inscription "To the students and staff of Taber Central School in appreciation of'your unselfish hospitality end co-operation in making our tour such a Gibb Photo Are you at your summer vacation The j scientifically advanced, nutritionally sound, 'Weight Watchcrs'prograrr1 can help you get there. St. Augustine's Anglican Church 1 1 Street and 4th Avenue South Tuesdays 1 p.m. and p.m. Ccirdston UniM Church Wednesdays p.m. Tober Civic Centre Thursday's p.m. Spar Del deal reaffirmed NATAL (HNS) Trustees of the Fernie school district will not change the selected site of its proposed new Elk Valley Elementary School, despite ob- jections raised by the Elk Val- ley Land Protective Associa- tion. In a letter to the board, Mrs. L. Acklcs, secretory of tnc sociation. asked that the site decision be reconsidered due to "extreme wind conditions in the area near the Spar Del Trailer Court" where the board proposes to build a new school. Mrs. Ackles said the associa- tion also questions the action of Sparwood municipality, which, she said, refused to sell land near Wilson Creek to the board. The EVLPA stand is that if 1 the municipality is reserving land at Wilson Creek for pos- sihle development of housing, i then that is Ihe area where the school should be built. The hoard disagreed. SHOVELLING GRAIN TAPER BIN CO. LTD. Wn will r-upply cind build a complete storago or will odd n taperod floor to your present unit. A tapered floor givfli you ndvantrigrv O No Shovelling Completely Automated Groin Handling 6 Reduced Costt for Handling (One mon can easily do it all) O Capacities to Suit Every Nood Aclfts More Storago To Your Present Bin 15 ft. [Im Hold! 180 Bushel] Morn Grain Wo will bo working.in tho area in tho near futuro. For further Information write to ANDY SCNGER, 142 LORNE ST. N. REGINA, SASK PHONE 513-2627 ALSO AVAILABLE BEHIEN WICKES BINS rpHE poet once wrote, "Whet is so rare as a day in June." We could easily change this to read, seeing that sunshine, green grass, flowers and other choice ingredients of Spring appear briefly from time to time. There is no question but that this past winter was grim. The week-ends of late give the idea that someone did not get enough snow and the back or- ders are catching up. Sheets o f purple crocuses clothe the slopes of the Porcu- pine Hills in places. Other pos- i ics are close in appearance. Those who have wandered j about Alberta know what a large area in wooded country has few7 if any crocuses. A few Wolf Cubs and Scouts are aware thr-t 1h? crocus has no petals, but, rather, a col- oured calyx. In these days when spring hikes are a MUST get the boys out on a nature ramble. Take the magnifying glass along and give a hint as to what to look for. You can even get a group pressing select samples for mounting. I say: "Can you use a Naturalist's I From Merrickvillo, Ont., j comes a claim to be the very first troop of Boy Scouts in I Canada. It was in "1808 that the j Rev. Ernest Thomas had a troop of 30 boys. In 1911 the troop folded brief- ly only to be revived later. Now comes word that Hev. Harold Krmpling, United Church mm- I isler, is trying to revive the j original charter with the desir- ed name: First Canada Mer- rirlivillc Troop." We wish this i troop the very best. i As we were saying. Spring j calls for rambles and inevitab- ly that calls for outdoor meet- ings which often as not give rise to campfiros. I Now a good campfirc is as different from a bonfire as a crocus is different from a j rose. Campfircs call for ceremoni- ous openings and closings, such sui-prisos as lighting by remote control and even such elements j as campfire blankets and head- gear. the fire is lighted the campfire chief is not present. He is summoned by a messeng- er and on making his appear- ance all rise. H is he who opens 'the fire by due ceremony with just such words as: "Who hath smcit wood smoke at twilight? by Ruilyard Kipling. He may then begin the program or that may he the privilege of i some one else. 1 Certainly, vigorous, rousing songs take the greater portion of the first half. Intersperse 1 with yells, campfirc games and the like. Spirituals and quieter songs vie with yams for the latter part. Skits are well worth j while am! are an excellent way of self-expression. Toss in Ihe Leader's Five Minutes and a reading of Ihe day's log. a pray- er and the closing. A good Hos- inK indeed is the one beginning, "Prep peace of the running wave to you. Learn Ihe pongs and chor- uses, do not depend on song- sheets and books at. an actual campfire. Introduce new songs, skits and yells from time lo time. Swap good songs and skits with other groups. Make sure that all stories, skits and yells arc in good laslc. Like every other part of Scout or Cub Ic.iding proficiency in running a campfire is acquired by much practice. Keep food away from a camp- fire. Practice fire safely by making full arrangements for putting Ihe campfire OUT be- fore leaving your campfirc area. If the evening is chilly have the boys put on their Campfire Blankets. A towel fastened around the head can make the Arab style kaffiyah. Dressing up is fun as well as comfortable. We do hope the second work party at Camp Impccsa gets better weather. Remember this is May 19-20-21-22. "Once more j into the breach, dear friends. At this time we want to ex- press our most sincere congrat- ulations to the Fort Macleod First and Second Troops for top standings in the recent First Aid Competition in Leth- brklgc. It is a delight to sec young men who value the well- COUTTS (HNS) Fifteen members were present when the Hillsview Women's Institute met recently at tire home of Mrs. Dominic Bianchl. A letter will be sent to Health minister Neil Crawford asking that a 15-bed auxiliary ward be added to the Border Counties Hospital. A letter of thanks was re- ceived from Mrs. Hugh Me- Lachlan for Ihe Alberta Her- itage books. WI members will operate a a concession booth at the Writ- ing-on-Stone Rodeo. Roll call involved stories about "How 1 met my Hus- band." Tea prize was won by Mrs. Norman Archibald. Following the meeting Mrs. Robert Hulit showed the group being and physical comfort of others so Uglily that they sac- rifice time and effort to learn. After all this is what first aid how to make Macrame knots, really is, making someone move comfortable and keeping him alive. A real "thank you" goes to Scouter Assistant Fire Chief lloibcrton and his confreres. Beliind all is the full idea of service as evidenced in the CITIZEN'S DAY Rev. Ron Hunt of Christ Church (Anglican) conducts the memorial eucharist service, as- sisted by Rev. George Peters of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, at the Fort MacleorJ Museum Chapel on Citizen's Day. Mrs. Carole Cressman played an antique organ given given to the museum by Trinity United Church. Abcut 360 toured museum. Swihart Photo Litter concerns Willow Creek MD CLARESHOLM cern was expressed over litter otncr from dump "bTscd" on the thVee" I grounds near the towns of plumed ensignia of the Prince I Claresholm, Granum and Fort of Wales with the words, "Ich! Macleod at the regular meet- dicn" I serve i ing of tl10 Willow Creek MD. Reeve George Whitehead told councillors the dump at the. Claresholm airport had not been manned for more than trucks were not covered with Shades of Jlorsr-trader .Tone! The 14th Troop has "done it So used are these stal- warts to the execution of the ac- tion contained in the old nurs- ery rhyme. "Polly, put the ket- tle on that they have had a big skookum, number one tea party right in their home wig-1 warn, namely, McKillop Church. Good going. 14lh: A meeting will be held at all other Troops, please take the town hall Tuesday, May 23. note that it was tea that won at 3 p.m. to determine if there is sufficient interest lo form a j men's slow pitch league here. Representatives of teams., caches, managers and players Slow pitch PINCHER CREEK tliree weeks and some of the size of Granum could not af- a tarp as required and paper ford the cost of a dump care- taker. Council felt the dump grounds was flying into farmers' fields. The Town of Claresholm has an agreement with the MD for should only be open on certain the use of the dump. j days and good fences erected. The town is required to pay j for one man to take care of I the operation. It was suggested other towns Seven attend TURIN (HNS) Seven pre- sueh as Fort Macleod should I schoolers are attending kinder- also have a caretaker at their j garten class this year, dump. i Mrs. M. Trofne'nko is t h e Council agreed that towns the I teacher. PINCHER CREEK QUARTERHORSE SHOW Sponsored by the 't-H Rein- ing and Training tight Hone Club. JUNE 9 AND 10. JUDGE: Wayne Beui, Poison, Montana FRIDAY: YOUTH SHOW Western Driving Class; Pole Bending; Barrel Racing; Trail Class; Jumping; Pack Race; Hide Raca. SATURDAY: QUARTERHORSE SHOW Halter Classes; Quarter Horse Jumping; Reining Pattern: Trail Class; Pole Bending; Riding Pcrtcrn For further information or entry forms, interested people nicy phone or MRS. NORA PETERS Pincher Creek, 627-2235 the war! To all those Adventurers. Scouts and Cubs who in any small way added to the beauty ,__.------ of vour home and to your home arc urged lo attend this mect- iown bv planting those beauti- ing to ensure that such a league ful tulips, daffodils last fall, we is fonncd. For information con- say. "Do it tact Hugh Waddle, recreation di- Good hunting, all! 'rector. Croivsncst Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Dccoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2M9 These Are The letlrbridge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area CLARESHOLM CAUL ANMRifN COUTT5 MRS. AllCt IIACKC COALDALE MRS. PETER TYMBURSKI........ ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIE CROWSNEST PASS VERN DECOUX P.O. 248 General Box IOCS P.O. Box 185J P.O. Box 531 General Delivory Contact Ihfse neopin lor vour District Nowl or Classified Advertising AUCTION SAL! at WRENTHAM 20 Miles South of Taber ACROSS FROM WRENTHAM FARM SUPPLIES May 24fh Starting at 1 p.m. SI COMPLETE DISPERSAL SA .E OF MEL FARMING LTD. All items must and will ba told to the highest bidder TRACTORS 1 --Versatile Model Mi 1 Minneapolii-Moline Modpl V 1 Alii! Cholmm 13 i TRUCKS 1-3 ton 1756 GMC end hoir.t 1 1965 Dodge 'j ton 1-1952 CMC ton 1-3 ton ford with beet MACHINERY 30 ft. CCIt Crazy Harrow, in qoocl condition. ?8 ft. Victory Rlcidp, good condition 71 fl. 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