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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 91, 1*70 - 1HI ItTHMIDOE HERAlD -11 Sewage Hurdle Cleared TABER (HNS) - External hurdles have now been cleared, leaving only the will of the residents of Barnwell to proceed, with the installation of water and sewerage services for the hamlet. A Provisional Certificate from the Provincial Board of Health covers approval of plans submitted allowing construction of the projects to proceed, following which a permanent certificate will be required for the operation of the systems. Prior approval of MD bylaws covering the construction, and expenditure of funds, had been received from the Local Authorities Board. A meeting of Barnwell residents is expected to ratify the MD bylaw covering the $185,000 project, with consideration also to be given to tenders for the work. Some concern is expressed by Barnwell Improvement Board president James B. Johnson over installation problems now that irrigation water has been turned into the canals with possible seepage conditions. The meeting will also elect board members on a more permanent basis than (he provisional board now spearheading the programs. mn. AND MKS. NORMAN BONNEAU Honor Couple At Blairmore Leading Cadets Honored FORT MACLEOD (HNS) -Fort Macleod Cadet Corps held its 23rd annual inspection. First aid certificates were {>reaented to Rex Emmott, Doug-as Macauley,, Neil Balkham, Michael Knowles, Calvin Edgar, John Robinson, Gordon Mackintosh, Patrick Burke, Robert Quick, Malcolm Potts, Allan Chell, Britt Gray, Kenneth Gem-mell, John Van Gool and Ritchie Dunn. Best dressed cadet on parade was W02 M. Jones. Cadet Captain B. McKenna received highest in attendance, dress and deportment. Cadets honored for perfect attendance were Cpl. Abramenko, Cpl. Balkham, Sgt. Chell, WO Jones, Capt. Knowles, Capt. Mackintosh, Cpl. McKenna, W02 Quick, Capt. Chell, Capt. Me Kenna, Sgt. Emmott, W02 Moses and Lt. Dunn. Corps instructors for the year were Capt. A. S. Chell, commanding officer; supply officer Lt. E. E. McKenna, training officer Lt. B. H. Vair and ad ministrative officer Lt. D. E Cook. ! New Dayton Students Graduate NEW DAYTON (HNS) - New Dayton friends and relatives attended Warner and Raymond High. School graduation exercises where six young people were graduands. Debbie Cronk-bite, Sharon Karpiuk and Edie Dumont were in the graduating class at Warner where Debbie gave the valedictory address and David Duell, Laura Skeith and Patsy Wozak were members of the Raymond graduating class. These young people all plan to go on with higher education. Debbie Cronkhite will enroll in the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta, Laura Skeith, an Arts program at the University of Let-bridge. Sharon Karpiuk plans to enter the nursing field and will train at St. Micahel's Nursing School. Edie Dumont favors business study at the Lethbridge Community College. David Duell will continue his studies at the high school for one semester. BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bon-neau, well-known Blairmore residents marked their 50th wedding anniversary at an open house here recently. Numerous friends called in to greet the happy couple who also received cards of greeting from Lieut. Governor Grant McEwan, Premier Harry Strom and Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. The couple was also surprised by a visit from their son-in-law and daughter Professor and Mrs. Richard E. Taylor and son Ted of California where Professor Taylor teaches at Stanford University. Mr. Bonneau, 74, was born in Sutton, Quebec and came to Blairmore in 1920 where he worked in the mines until 1939. He served in both world wars and on his return to the Crows-nest Pass worked in the Liquor Store, and Greenhill Hotel and finally at the Crowsnest Pass Municipal Hospital until his retirement. His hobbies are fishing and gardening. Mrs. Philomene Bonneau, 72, was born in Belgium and came to Blairmore in 1920. Her hobbies are sewing, knitting and flower gardening. They are both enjoying good health. PTA Meets ENCHANT (HNS) - At the recent PTA meeting members decided to paint the skating rink boards June 19. In other business details for the gradua tion banquet were completed and the principal, Mr. Wagner, gave a short address on the changes that will be taking place in education. Inspectors Are Named PINCHER CREEK OORP LODGE MEMBERS GATHER Purpledom Reaches Out To Pincher Creek PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Order of Royal Purple Lodge No. 329 was instituted recently at Pincher Creek. Lady Van Horne of Lethbridge was the instituting of- Walkathon At Sparwood ficer assisted by Phyllis Perry district deputy of Blairmore. Lady Anne Fabro of. Blairmore acted as secretary p r o-tem. The officers and drill team of the Royal Purple of Blairmore officiated. After the ini tiatory ceremony Lady Van Horne introduced the distinguished guests, who were: Grand Exalted Ruler Clarence Schnarr of Fort Macleod; Harold Erdman of Gran-um; Harold Quintan of Pincher Creek; Phyllis Perry of Blair- more; Isabelle Mauer of Bas-sano; Helen Erdman of Gran-um; Lady Bowman of Coleman; Lady Vanoni of Blairmore. Lady Van Home turned the gavel over to Lady Juanita Winters wishing Lodge 329 much success in its endeavors. Quiet Park, Area MAGRATH (HNS,) - Jubilee Park at Magrath has become a quiet rendezvous for. campers and young fishers. Several trailers have parked there in recent weeks while boys and girls enjoy fishing privileges for all under 16. Magrath Rod and Gun club keeps the pond stocked with Rainbow trout. Exploring the adjacent creek and canal are added attractions. TABER (HNS) - Five inspectors under the Alberta Government's new Agricultural Chemicals Act and Regulations were appointed recently by the Taber Municipal District council. The act places responsibility on the municipalities for the proper use of fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides, and other agricultural chemicals, along with control of same. Named as inspectors are the MD fieldman Hugh G. Reid, his assistant Andrew Schaafsma, weed inspectors Steve Filgas and Walter Jensen, and Barons-Eureka Health Unit health inspector James W. McQuillan, Pollution control is seen as one of the purposes of the new legislation, according to MD secretary - treasurer Douglas Francis. LeRoy Wins TABER (HNSV-Valerie LeRoy of Taber won the senior cowgirl class in the recent Taber parade competition. $100,000 STAMPEDE FUTURITY SWEEPSTAKES 10th RUNNING OF THE STAMPEDE FUTURITY STAKES, SATURDAY, SEFTEMIER 5, VICTORIA PARK, CALOARY. ORAW TO BE HELD AUGUST 29. YOU COULD WIN THESE PRIZES Holder of Winning Hon* -$60,000 Holder of Fourth Horse____ 5,000. Holder of Second Horse_____ 15,000 Holder of Fifth Horse------ 3,000 Holder of Third Horse______ 7,000 Ninety-five subscribers to _ m ______ share in remaining 1___.___10,000 TICKETS - Available From Lethbridge & District Exhibition Bex 477, lethbridge, Alberta Uso this handy mail order coupon - Print cloarly DO NOT USE A NOM Dl PLUME - TICKETS WILL BE MAILED. PROMPTLY % LETHBRIDGE t DISTRICT EXHIBITION  g BOX 477, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA rg SPARWOOD (HNS) - The date for a walkathon in Spar-wood has been set for June 6. The walk will start at Hosmer and the final check point will be the Sparwood Texaco Garage, a distance of 10 miles. Persons wishing to participate in the walk can pick up entry forms at' the Sparwood Elementary School, Sparwood Secondary School and all the local stores. Entry forms must be returned by June 5. These can be handed in to Delma Cividin for the Elk Valley area, Sally Travis and Doug Lowe Sparwood, Vallie Quarin and Tabors Insurance office Natal. Proceeds from the walkathon will be used to help build a sports complex in Sparwood due to the fact that the present curling rink and arena are to be sold to the RDEK under the Urban Renewal Plan, Napi Picnic Scheduled CWL Meets NATAL (HNS) - The Natal Catholic Women's League held its regular monthly meeting recently in St. Michael's Hall. President Mrs. Cliff Hrd-licka, who recently attended the Catholic Women's League convention held in Trail, gave a report on the convention proceedings. The members present decided to donate the sum of $25 to the Dr. Endicott Home in Creston and also accepted the invitation to cater to a supper in St. Michael's Hall June 29. Special mention was made concerning the splendid work of the weekly visits to the Michel Hospital undertaken by member Gina DeAnna on behalf of the Catholic Women's League. PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Napi Friendship Association will hold its family picnic Sunday, May 31 starting at 1 p.m. at the Summerview picnic grounds. There will be foot races for the children, ball games, horseshoes, tug-of-war, and free icecream provided. It is hoped to have a display by the Archery Club of Pincher Creek. The picnic grounds are situated two miles west of Brocket, and one mile north, just north of the Summerview bridge. Bring your own picnic lunch, officials urged. Everyone is most welcome to attend. Horsemen Meet NATAL, B.C. (HNS) -Elk Valley Riding Club held its first meeting in the Michel Hotel with a number of members present. Plans were made for the 1970 season. - Officers elected were M r s. Thelma Chalmers, presid e n t; Raymond Myles, vice - president; Mrs. Forest Lewis, secretary and Mrs. Karen Cook, treasurer. Committees elected were Donna Swaney and Jimmey Chalmers as time-keepers with Martha Olsen in charge of entertainment. It was decided that immediate action be taken on cleaning the grounds. INSURANCE  LIABILITY  BONDS  AUTO  FIRE R0SSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 19U lewor Ploor 517 4thAv�.S. Phono 327-1541 RESIDENTIAL COOLING SYSTEMS CHARLTON & HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-338B CrOSSWOrd - b> A� Crosby Downs FORE ! ACROSS Encloud it my chtqus/monty ordtr, made payablt to the STAMPEDE FUTURITY SWEEPSTAKE. Pltace forward by return mail............Stamptdt Futurity SwttpiUka Tiekttt @ 2.00 aacrt Quantity =_| Name:.. Addratt:. City_____ Province. -----------------------Zona No.....------------.  .---------.___________Telephone_____-... g| (Rsmirtancs mutt accompany coupon) ft) Al�o available from most service club organiiationt in Southern Alberta 1 Th�y ting 43 Happy. 74 Compass sweetly far 44 Warning dirsction. golfer*. light. 75 Playing 8 Obstacles. 46 Fast. perfect golf. 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SHOPGRAB OGLCH BDGRABL JGKCAM' PH NBGO FRKB CKSROPGDP DBQF QNBD GQGM J OH K NHKB. - By Sslo W. MinkiM S.GORT TRYHERE KTDKR UE 1TDGR YCT ODE - By Nathan W. Harriat - By Earl Ireland' YUACHE ACHEER TRGDIR. 1. TNNP PNT KBBK TNNKB. Last Week's Cryytorrams 1. TieMoek of old clock, crackling Arc magically mark end of da> 2. Some folks like kids, certain folka can't stand '�m. don't undertake to understand them. �. Impassible faction? Impossible fiction! Field Enterprises, Inc.. 1970 ;