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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta frit'cy, Hey 22, '.970 THE LETH5RI8SE KJSALS 3 Wood Parasite Hits Kootenays CRANBROOK (SpeciaD- Spruce bark beetle in East Koo- tenay's six public forests and private timber in epidemic pro- portions is launching massive indusUy warfare. A freak, and at the time un- observed north-south hurricane the length of the Crow's Nest Pass ranges of the Rockies from Elk River vicinity well into Montana in I960, is be- lieved cause of the existing epi- demic. Extensive blow-down with slow death of the spec- tacular belt of broken and fall- en trees established the natural condition for massive breeding of this always present wood parasite which is now at climax stage and invading standing timber. The entomology division of the Canadian .Forestry Service, B.C. Forest Service and East Kootenay Pest Control commit- tee, a voluntary organization supported by industry, has now prepared its strategy. Initial phase will be recon- naissance with helicopters, fix- ed-wing ail-craft and experi- mental and conventional photo- graphy to map forests most heavily attacked. Long-time programs of the various opera- tore will then be altered to log, initially, areas showing heav- iest attack. Committee plans call for ground inventory of problem areas, with the isolated Flat- head corner of the province, bounded by Montana, believed at present most seriously affected. The J. Neils Lumber Company Inc. of Montana is al- ready well into its emergency harvest since international boundaries don't stop insect in- festation. Jackpot Rodeo June 6-7 MASINASIN (HNS) Plans have been made for the 5th Annual Writing-on-Stone Ama- Convictions Increase At Taber TABER (HNS) The com- ing of warm spring weather was accompanied by an in- crease in offenders of the law, as indicated by the 62 convic- tions in Taber police court dur- ing April as compared with 26 Jor March. Criminal Code cases went up from two to eight three charges of impaired driving and four charges of public mischief following the eviction of a local youth irom a local beer parlor. Under the Highway Traffic Act, apprehension by radar re- sulted in the conviction of 35 offenders. There were 14 last month. Liquor offences doubled from 10 to 19, mainly for illegal pos- session and illegal conveyance of liquor. Contrary to experience in the courts, the number of report- able motor vehicle accidents hit a new low of one with dam- ages also at a new low of made up mainly by nine minor accidents in which loss was be- low No injuries were re- ported during April. NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS RIVER WELDING PORTABLE WELDER REG BARROWS, Prop. Phone 647-3972 teur Jackpot Rodeo to be held on Saturday and Sunday, June 6 and 7. The event is to be held at the Writing on Stone Provincial Park, 26 miles east of Milk River1 and is being sponsored by the Writing on Stone Hiding Association. The parade will get under way at 11 a.m. Saturday morn- ing with judging at 10. Classes include: floats, dec- orated cars, variety, ladies western, men's western, junior western, family western and bicycles. On Saturday evening a dance rill be held at the Allerston Hall. Rodeo events get under way Saturday and Sunday after- noons at 2 o'clock. A free pan- cake breakfast is being held on Sunday morning from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Contestants must enter by 6 p.m. June 3. Mrs. Edith O'Hara, RR 1, Foremost, is in charge. DIRECTS RECREATION-Miss Wendy Rasmyssen is the new recreational director for the northern part of Leth- bridge County 26. Miss Rasmussen will direct recreation, including handicrafts, in the Picture Suite area for all citizens, young and old. She seeks suggestions. She can be contacted in the recreation office, Picture Butte, former Calgary Power office. Directors Are Appointed At Royal Purple Meeting Walkathon Plans Set PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Walkatton chairman" Verno Price reports that plans are se 'or the Picture Butte and Dis rict Chamber of Commerc walkathon from Coaldale b Picture Butte Sunday. Walker will leave Coaldale betweei seven and eight o'clock Sunda morning. Mayor Alex Chronik has mils pledge! for his walk jethbridge Construction Prac :cts have pledged 10 eemen a mile that the walks. Proceeds are earmarked to- wards construction of dressing rooms at the skating rink. BONUS PHOTO Newest thing to happen to your color snapshots! OVER WORTH OF WALLET PRINTS EXTRA Get this, snapsnoolers who love to share color prints! Leave your next roll or cartridge ol exposed Kodacolor film with us for BONUS PHOTO processing. Get an extra wallet print with every regular print. Makes sharing easy! (Available square-size Kodacolor film, 126, 5.620.) WCTUAL SIZE PRINTS SQUARE AND 2Vl" SQUARE! REMEMBER. WE'RE HEADQUARTERS FOR QUALITY PROCESSING BY BONUS PHOTO! TERRY BLAND'S PHOTOGRAPHY 710 3rd Avenue S. _ Phone 327-2673 BOYD'S PHARMACY LTD. 1644 Mayor Magralh Drive Phone 328-3760 SKEITON'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY LTD. 424 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 338-3563 STUBBS PHARMACY ITD 1506 9lh Avenue S. Phone 328-5512 WESTMINSTER DRUG LTD. Westminster Shopping Plain Phone 328-7833 MASINASIN (HNS) Ap- proximately 130 members of the Order of the Royal Purple, District 10, attended the 25th annual district meeting in Milk River. Presiding over the ses- sions was District Deputy Helen Erdman of Granum. Guests included Past Su- preme Honored Hoyal Ladies Patricia Van Home and Phoe- be McCullah. Also attending were Past District Deputies Helen Vincent and Hita Wood of Picture Butte, Clara Herres- nele of Barons, Gladys Maiui- lak of Barons Betty McKenna and Dora .McDonald of Fort Macleod, Maxine Hollihan of Foremost, Clara Currie and Vera Lien of Warner, Minnie Oborn of Lethbridge and Chris- tine Thompson of Milk River. District Deputy Isabella Mauer of Bassano was also present. Directors appointed for the coming year include Karen Os- tenberg of Milk River, Marlene Phillips of Barons, Mildred Rodwell of Taber, Margaret Roth of Lethbridge, Jean Clark o: Granuin, Lou Stroraan of Warner, Dorothy Wharton of Fort Macleod, Myrtle Walker of Vulcan and Hazel Fletcher of Picture Butte. The travelling gavel was won by the Taber Lodge and pres- ented to Honored Hoyal Lady Irene Flicfcinger. The evening session was high- lighted by the presence of Past SHRL Phoebe McCullah who showed slides of the work done by the Deaf and Detec- tion Centre. She urged all bo- dies to work for such a centre to be established in Alherta. Three Named NEW DAYTON (HNS) The May meeting of the United Church was held' at the home of Mrs. Don Skeith. Delgates to the Spring Presbyterial Meet- ing at Brooks, May 23 be Mrs. Don Skeith, Mrs. Stewart Skeith and Mrs. Elton Duel! Tentative plans for a Strawber- ry Social In June were discuss- ed. The June meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Norman Mor- rison. Access Recommendation Is Rejected By Taber TABER (HNS) The Tow of Tabcr has rejected a stron recommendation of the Depar ment of Highways and Touris that no access be provide from Highway 3 to Ihe new draiexed land adjoining t h highway and .highway 36 im mediately west of town. The matter was before th week's council meeting when proposed sub-division of t N. A. Long property was pre. entcd by Oldman River Regl planner Simon Ho. The subdiy sicn, acceptable to the Commis sion, provided such an access. Opposition to the acce came from Highways Trafl Engineer D. D. Kuchinsk whose proposal would requir access to (he property fro 60th Street and would elimtna an earlier access from Highwa 3 and the present access fro Highway 36. Both were una ceptable to the town council. Council agreed that develo ment of the area was depe dent on access from the big way the proposed plans ca for a motor hotel, trailer par and other public services addition to residential develo ment and that lack of sue an access would stall all deve opment in the area. The council is requestin Highways Minister Gordon Taylor to discuss the proble on location, preferably accom panied by Mr. Kuchinsky. Council had understood th the town maintained contr over highways within the co porate Emits of lie town, b evidently "only if the depar ment approves" said one me] bsr of council. In other Taber news, sehoc transportation costs came b fore council, this time from Taber Separate School Distric Noting that the town has, b agreement, contracted to pa Taber School Division No. 6 ft transportation of Taber sou side students to the high scho each morning, the Separa School Board requested th same consideration. For some years, the separa- school administration has pai the public school authorities ft the busing of rural and tow students to their schools here Council agreed that som consideration should be give for payment on behalf of sout Taber high school students, anc is r e q u e s t ing representatio from the separate school boar at its meeting June 1 to discus the matter. Taber ratepayers have to June 4 to raise objection to money bylaw introduced by th town council and subsequent! approved by the Local Author ties Board. The bylaw covers OB borrow ng of over a IQ-year wriod to complete the fiitanc ng of the cine centre auditor, uni construction, the total cos Jim Gladstone Unbeatable At Stavely By VIOLET CLANCY Herald News Service STAVELY Jim Gladstone of Cardston won all-around hon- ors at the recent annual two- day Stavely Indoor Rodeo. Clarke Schlosser of Stavely was the local high points win- ner. Boys steer riding honors wenl to Lloyd Schlosser of Nanton. Pythians Happy With Response COALDALE (HNS) The mbh'c -has responded generous- y to the appeal for used eye glasses and frames made by he Coaldale Pythian lunset Temple No. 6. Parcels with glasses come from Foremost, Sisters have Fort Okay Expenses CLARESHOLM The Board if trustees, representing the Villow Creek-Claresholm. Aux- iiary Hospital and Nursing lome District No. 4 met for le recent monthly meeting vith all but two members pre- ent. W. Pen-in, Fort Macleod nd H. Ferguson, Pincher 2reek, were unable to attend ue to being in hospital. Operational expenses totalling for April were approved or payment. With, the approach of the holi- ay season, regular employees re being replaced by high chool and university students or their vacation periods. General discussion concerning ie change of government pbl- cy in taxing for hospital de- cits, and the ultimate effect lis will have on local contribut- ng bodies in the hospital dis- rict, explained by the admin- trator, impressed the board lith Ihe need for strict control hospital financing. A tether change in the date ar future board meetings was ound necessary, and the meet- ngs will henceforth occur on he third Tuesday of the month, rith summer meetings com- mencing at 7 p.m. ONLY ONE Quebec is the only walled city in North America. Macleod and Pincher Creek. Persons from Lethbridge anc Coaldale have also contributed These glasses are sent to Op- eration Eyesight in Calgary where they are forwarded to the needy in India. Mrs. L.. M. Vaselenak, altruistic chairman, is in charge of this project. SCKAPBOOK Mrs. Ralph King will be in charge of the scrapbopk to' be compiled. The life story of each member will be written. It will be displayed in the Coaldale Room of the Sir Alexander Gait Museum. Anyone haying items to don- ate for the museum display is asked to contact Mrs. Erie Gra- ham or Mrs. Ralph King. Donations Approved MONARCH (Special) At a meeting of the Monarch Beav- ers Club, a donation of was approved for the Salvation Army and was awarded to :he Monarch Little League team for the purchase of equip- ment. Final preparations were made for the Spring tea and sale at the Monarch Auditorium May f.1 at It will feature a fashion show with modelling of clothes of the sewing class of Jits. Betty Stewart. Birthday Party BLAIRMORE (CNP Bure'au) of the Order of the Royal Purple here will Md the annual 00RP birthday Daily in the Elks Hall May 30." Top saddle bronc rider was John Halman of Kaycee, Wyo Bareback bronc honors were divided between Malcolm Jones of Lethbridge and Dale Trotter of St. Albert. The calf roping event won by Jim Gladstone. Dave Penner of Scandia won the steer .wrestling event. Geraldine McLaughlin of Pin- cher Creek won the barrel rac- ing event. Barbara Nielsen oi Sundre was second and third and fourth was split three ways between Ingrid Hewitt of Mid- napore, Darlene Swanson of Augusta, Mont, and Isobelle Miller of De Winton. Winners follow: Saddle bronc: John Holman. Kaycee, Wyom; Jerry Sinclair, Paradise Hills; Tom Bews, Longyiew; and Artie Big- jr, Eureka, Monf. Bareback bronc: Malcolm Jones, LethbrirJge, and Dale Troller, St. Al- bert, tied tor 1st; Doug Flanagan, Pon- oka; and Larry Peterbridge, L-tu bridge. Bull riding: Dale Futirlman, Taylor, B.C.; Brian whitlow, Cremona, Jerry Poncelot, Calgary; and Hesey Bang, okotoks. Calt roping: Jim Gladstone, Card' ston; Clarke Scnlosser, Stavely; Sam Hamilton, De Winton; and Bob Lytle, Santa Rita. Steer wrestling: Deve Scen- dia; Terry wanger, Laurel> Mont., Ross Edey, Longvlew; and Elmei Metlleton, Helena, Mont. Amateur bronc: Rocky Hubley, Fort St. John, B.C.; Howard claypool, Sas- katoon; Ken Perrin, Sundre'and Jack Duce, Cardston. Barrel racing: Geraiding McLaugh- lin, Pincher Creek; Barbara Nielson, Sundre; and Ingrid Hewilt, Mldnapore, Darlene Swanson, Augusta, Mont., and Isobelle Miller of DeWlnton split- ting 3rd and 4th. Boys, steer riding: Lloyd Schlossi Crowe. Stavely; and Rick Martinell itavely. Warren Cooper of Nanton was the announcer. Timers were Roy Johnson of Sfavely, Wayne Schlosser of Nanton; recording secretary was Axel Sundqulsf of SH y. Judges were Danny Guilton, De Win- on and Lawrence Lambe of Turner Valley. Slock was supplied by Void Rodeo. Clowns were Donnle Best of Stavely and Ernie Marshall of Okotoks. Allie Streeler at 'Stavely presented ie trophy buckles donated by the ollowing businessmen: All Around Jim and Margerlle rowo, Stavely. Local High Points Msywood Motors, Nanton. Saddle Bronc Randell itavely. Bareback Bronc Mikes Barber ihop, Claresholm Bujl Rdlng Crowe Auction, Stave- ly. Boys Steer Riding Stavely Elks Lodge. Calf Roping "Stavely Hotel." Steer Wrestling "Jolly Rodgers Slavely. Amateur Bronc "Foothills Ijrasholm, of which is estimated at 000. Tlie balance of the funds, amounting to is being recovered from insurance cov- erage on the corr.munity centre lost by fire January 1, A three .week postponement of Taber MD's Court of Revi- sion has been made necessary by the large number of appeals registered against adopted and new assessments in the mu- nicipality. The date has been set back from May 27-29 to June 16-18 inclusive to allow lime for (he assessor to recheck the bases of the appealed assessments prior to the hearing. Third readings to bylaws ap- proving the sale of land for pri- vate and public developments were passed at a recent meet- ing of the Taber MD council, and transfers have gone to the Land. Titles Office for registra- tion. Involved are 932 acres some 2.5 miles east of Vauxhall, sold to Vauxhall Foods Ltd. for es- tablishment of a potato pro- cessing plant, and 160 acres sold to the Town of Vauxhall Gough and John Malinsky, town superintendent Bent for installation of sewage la- goons. JOINT STUDY A joint study of the feasibil- ity, possibility and costs of a nursing home for Taber is to be undertaken by the councils of the town and the MD of Ta- bcr. Action was initiated at the re- cent MD coimcil meeting at- tended by Mayor Arthur H. Av- ery, councillors Wayne L. antl N. Madsen. Also present was Eric G. Leigh, chairman of Taber's Industrial Commission also in- terested in the proposed devel- opment. Taber's industrial co-ordina- tor Bent N. Madsen will attend the University of Alberta spon- sored basic industrial develop- ment course at Edmonton May 31 through June 5 "if his time as town superintendent" can make the week-off possible. The course is accredited un- der the American Industrial Development Association, and was recommended by Taher's Industrial Development Com- mission at its May 31 meeting. New Arena And Chutes At Raymond RAYMOND There will be a new arena and new chutes for this year's July 1 stampede and race meet. The old chutes, corrals, and all of Ihe old arena been taken down and burned. Steel is be- ing used to repla'ce the old wooden structure. There will be six bucking chutes and six calf and steer chutes. The holding corrals at the rear of the chutes are be- ing remade. The arena fence on both the North and South is be- ing made of steel posts with a protecting steel pipe on top. There will be a n.ew judges' stand overlooking the 'arena which will be the same size as the old arena. Money for the material for construction will come from the reserve fund accumulated over a period of years by the Stam- pede Association. The labor is all being donated by the men of the town and district, many of whom are doing the welding during the evening hours. The work of making the chutes is being done inside the ice arena. ttftfl I m MAY 23 TO MAY 27 AT CANADA PAINT STORES Kern-Name! THE NEW, EASY TO CLEAN-UP LATEX ENAMEL FOR WOODWORK, KITCHENS, BATHROOMS The finest latex enamel you can buy. Resists steam, splatters. Gives years of scrubbable use. Goes on easily without brush or roller marks.. Just rinse brushes and rollers' under the water tap and they'ta re-use. Specially. priced for this big sales eve.nt, Gome in and see in-stsre dsmonsMlms of-this new product WE HAVE THEM NOW! THE NEW DIFFERENT... Kern Finishes SOFT TINTS DEEP TONES SOFT TINTS DEEP TONES WOOD GRAINS Per Kit Per Kit Per Kit SftVE? BRUSHES 3 tm'Sa BRUSHES SPECIAL ROLLER AND TRAY KIT; Now