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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundny, May 25, 1972 THE tElHBRIOGE 3 RELOCATE HIGHWAY Highway 3 ot Sparwood is drifting snow in Ihe slide It was the scene of being relocated. Traffic will flow behind Ihe garages. 10-car pile-up lasl winter. The slide occurred in 1968 In Ihe slide area, the highway will be moved close to when tons of waste Michel Creek. It will eliminate a problem of blowing and road for about feet. material covered the -Molly Latka Photo grads gather al nv VKHX niccorx frcmsm'sl I'ass Hurra" COL10MAN Graduands ol I h c Cro'.v.snest Consolidated High School recently marked the term end al a banquet and prom held in the school audi- torium. More than attended tho hanquct supper and (wll attend- eel Ihe dance. Principal Price was mas- ter of ceremonies. He called on Andy Stujek to present pins to graduands. Toast to the school hoard was made hyb Robert Aiello and re- sponded lo by trustee Lorraine Aiello; to the teachers by Larry Kutcher, responded to by Bruce Kutchcr; to the Grade 12 slu- dcnl.s by Marianne Ondrus, re- sponded to by Brad Harper; to parents hy Bonnie Schilling, re- sponded to by Fred Schilling. Mr. Price introduced guests, including Miss Isabellc Scllon, net Horace Allen and former super- intendent Ijill Kdc, Superintendent, Paul Xubick j gave an inspiring address to Ilia graduands, wishing them suc- cess. Clnts valedictorian was Miss Tnideau. The last will and testament, a humorous document, concocted by the tiliicienl.s, was ready by Jack Ilobson, Leslie Margctak and Keltie Paul. Herb Loiifjwurth t h c school president's address. The program included vocal selections by Grade Jl girls, 9 piano solo by Karen Pozzi and violin solo by Laurie Fumagalii. The tfraduamls then present- ed their annual grand march which was directed by Mrs. Alice Scrra. Slic was called to the stage followinc I he finale and presented a bouquet of roses. The gymnasium was decorat- ed in a Sesame Street theme You Can't Miss It Don't Miss It If You Miss It You've Missed It Child Clinics COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre-school clinics: TABER: Tuesday, May 30, in the Health Unit Office in the Adminislralion Building, from 10 am. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, June In in the Health Unit Office (up- stairs in the Town Office Build- ing) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABEH: Thursday, June 1 in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building from ].m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. GRASSY LAKE: Friday, June 2, in the Chamberlain School from 1 to 3 p.m. For social sen-ice appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388 or Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical health officer, urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against contagious di- sease. Young people should be informed that smoking contri- butes to lung cancer. Venereal disease information Is confidential and readily available. Walkathon Saturday ior arena FOREMOST (Special) The Foremost Elks Lodge will stage a walkathon Saturday in aid of the Civic Centre ice arena- A large number of walkers is expected for the 20-mile walk from a point three miles west of Skiff hack into Foremost. Youngsters are expected to re- spond enthusiastically to the challenge of assisting their owu cause. Sponsor forms are current ly available from several local lo- cations. Check points and re- freshment facilities will be man- ned by Elks. The event is under the direc- tion of Slim Hagen. 12 gradimnds honored in ceremony at Stirling Mil. GIIXESPIE STIRLING (HNS) Twelve graduands were honored recent- ly at a banquet and well-attend- ed graduation exercise and dance here. Duncan Gillespie o[ Medicine Hat, guest speaker, said that money is part of the philosophy of life. Mr. Gillespie asked, "What role will money have in your life? What really matters is that you appreciate how im- portant is the process ot deter- mining an answer. Money is one reliable means of keeping score on the accomplishments of an individual, a company, or a na- tion. Are you prepared to face the economic realities of life or will you join one of the anti- groups who put down the es- tablishment? Mr. Gillespie suggested groups such as the "hippy cult" fail because after the novelty wears off they are "plain tired of nothing." "The majority realize that as humans they had not striven for centuries to carve out a standard of living such as is available today only to chuck it all away." School instructor Kent Wood was master of ceremonies. Grade II girls Cynthia I-Ier- gct and .ludy Hirsche introduc- ed the graduands, telling in verse of tlicir special charac- teristics. j The graduands arc: James Bell. Nancy Dudas. Barbara Hardy, Brent Hcrget, Wayne Hergct, Beverly Hill, Valerie Hirsche, P a t LaRosc, Des- mond McKcc, Gary Nilsson, Charlene Rollins and Ferris Zaugg. Preceding the banquet, invo- cation was given by Bishop William Hogenson- Grade 11 student Bonnie Wild gave a trihule to the grandu- ands. She said: "This is their time to become responsible for their own actions." The response was given hy school president Beverly Hill. She said she hoped they had set examples worth foDowing. Barbara Hardy gave a tri- bute to parents. She likened their lives to a movie being written, directed and produced. She stated the parents are the writers, making the real de- terming facts in their lives. The graduands then present- ed their parents with booklets of poems of thanks and grati- tude. Carolyn Drewery, Grade 8, sang, "We'll have those mom- ents to Remember." This was also the theme for the evening. A class history was given by Desmond MKee. Class valedictorian was Val- eric Hirsche. PTA president Mrs. Jane Oxley made a presentation to each graduand. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernjn Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 CANUCKS WIN TROPHY Canucks of the tethbridge County 26 south region pee wee hockey league recently received individual trophies from the Coaldale Kinsmen Club for outstanding play over the season. Front, Doug Campbell of the recreation board presents Ihe trophy lo coach Frank Traber and goalie Eddy Felting. Second row, from left: Gerry Vanderwal, Donald Kasner, Russell Traber, Peter Vanderwol, Rick ond Dennis Trober. Back row, from left: Kevin Neufeldl, Robert Janzen, Eric Goertz, Terry Sbendruk, Paul Bryant ond Eddie Braun. -Mary Tymburski Photo j These Are The letlikidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area PINCHER CREEK MRS. EDWARD IUNN (Special Corrctpondcnl) Box 213 CARMANGAY MRS. JOHN IETAL P.O. Box 59 FORT MACLEOD- MRS. TED SWIMART DEL BONITA ERNIE DAITON 534-3612 Gnn. Dot. NOBLEFORD Spccial-MRS. L. L'JCHIA Phono 824-3346 Conlacl flieso pcopta for vour Diitrlct Nowl or Classified Advertising Auction cattle CRANBROOK (Special) Cranbrook Sales Point of Com- munity Auction Sales Ltd. sold 302 head at its recent spring sale at a total Prices were considered satis- factory in all classes. Good light yearling steers ranged from 3R to 40 cents a pound, heavy steer yearlings 31 to 38.5, good steer calves 49 to 50 cents, and light steer calves up to 54 cents. Good yearling heifers sold at 35 to 36.5 cents. Fat cows rang- ed from 24.5 to ccnls and good bulls 28 to 29.25 cents. More than a third of the en- tries were hy two Creslon growers, Roy Smith, and D. Rogers and Son. Main buyers were Ted Nichol, Lethbridgc, Cardston Livestock Association, and Don Fitzpatrick of Pinchcr Creek- Next scheduled sale is Aug. 16, but possibility exists of an interim .June sale if volume of entries warranls. One Creston grower reports possible 100 head entry for this, j hut this volume alone not warrant the .lime "cxlra.1' sales point manager Bill Brad- ford of Wasa reports. Jolly Janes WARNER (HNS) The j monthly meeting of the Warner i Jolly Janes Girls' Club was held recently in the Warner I Memorial Library. j The flag salute V.MS led by Is'oreen Heppler and Hie creed was led hy Anna Knivhinski. Special gue.sls were Mrs. Lil- lian nangrrfiMd of Coutls, con- stituency convener for the War- ner constituency of the Alberta Women's Institutes: and Mrs. Dixie Jones of Warner. She spoke to the girls on baby sit- ting. Gcraldinc Krysak won the tea prize. Six win stars GRANUM (HNS) Six girls received their gold stars and "E" pins as graduaies from the Explorers al the mother and daughter banquet hold recently in the United Church Hall. Mrs. G. Wesley, Explorer leader, presented Hie stars and pins lo Diane Wesley, Penny Mills. Charlene Knanek, Elaine Mensingcr. Vicki Mason a n d Debbie Russell- Joanne Dunlop was master of ceremonies. The speaker. Miss Judy liar- j shall of Clarcsholra, s h o w c d j slides and talked about her j year in South Africa. The evening closed with the Explorer prayer. Tax rate leaps FERNIE (HNS) Fnrniei city council has adopted a j budget and in order to raise the necessary money council raised Ihe lax rale eight mills, bringing it lo mills. General opcraling is cxpccled j lo cost debt charges; and olher costs will take S29.77II; capital expenditures, work lo Ihe eily reservoir, and Ihe sidewalk paving i program. j One mill will raise for; genera] laxalion and for sehool tnxnlion. Worship times BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) The congregation of the Belle- vuc United Church will worship on the first and third Sundays of each month at p.m. The morning services will continue at Blairmore and Coleman. It starts June 4. Kindergarten KOBLEFORD (Special) Kindergarten classes will com- mence Monday. May 29, and end June 2 for 27 beginners and for those willing to send their children for Ihe cxlra nine-day period, classes will end June 16. Eighteen have signified they will be taking advantage of these extended classes. Evangelism COALDALE (HNS) The Re- vival Evangelism Crusade is under way at the Coaldale Men- nonite Brethren Church. Rev. Rudy Bosciunan of Clea brook. B.C.. is brining messages nightly al 8 p.m. The church has been filled for the first few services. 'Bagathon' held STIRLING (HNSI A "b.nq- n-llioii" was held in Ihe village by Cubs and Scouts. Filling plastic garbage bags va with trash as they walked the j parkways, Ihcy collected 120 bags. Truckloads of larger items such as branches, rocks and buckets were taken lo the dump- yard. T o w n speople donated two i cents a hag or a flat rate of i lo the Scouts. i The village council also made I a cash donation. Bake sale CARDSTON (HNS) A sue- 1 cessfu! hake sale was held on Forencc Nightengale Day here hy Ihe Cardston Municipal Hos- pital Ladies Auxiliary. I Proceeds will go lo purchase a heating cabinet for the hospi- tal. The next meeting ol Ihe auxil- iary will be held June 14. Test pipes SPARWOOD UINS) A. Ci- molini, public works foreman for the District of Sparwood. says [hat during the next two weeks there will he brief l.V; minute water sloppages here lo permit the testing of water; lines. During the pasl few weeks Ihcre have been complaints of low pressure and at limes no water supply in a section skirl- ing Ihe highway. surve) COALDALK (HNSi Tho Bnrons Eureka llrallli Unil sponsoring ,1 survey in the nf children with speech rlcferls. The children will lie assessed hy a qualified speech Ilienipist to determine if speech therapy is required. Pnrcnts of preschool children a Red four, five or six who liave M speu-h proMoin are asked hi I register them at Uie. heallh unit office, iit phonr 31 .V Jto.'io, or T.'ibrr or hy rnnlarliiif: Ihe pnhlic honllli al any nf Ihe regular clin- ics. Uepsler as soon as pos- siltlo, officials nnje. This survey will he done in June, and appointments will bo made at a later dale. School apo children v: i I h .speech d'-feeis v ill cd I hi; PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING FOCUS POINTS "WARNING SAVING IS HABIT FORMING' Most of Hie lime SAVING is a good thing but with summer coming on it's lime lo put Ihosu SAVINGS lo good use. Vacation lime should bo remembered with o collcc'ion of movIPS. All of our movin cam- cloy SAVINGS. CATALOGUE SUGGESTED PI'ICE 25% Off Opfn liN 1 p.m. Jerry 1224 3rd Ave. S., 327-2673, 327-2565 TRUCKLOAD PRICE Our first lime at this low price! Reg. VALUE PRICED! CIRCLE of SOUND Truckload Price If It Rains, Let It Pour The Truck Is Right Beside Our Door Till SAL, MAY 27 ONLY f FOR Gomtd Comncl Mike Smilh Pletloll Plcllcll Miskuliil Two Locnlions-236 13lh ST. N. and COAIDALE Phono 328-6964 Phono 345-3272 CLOSED MONDAY I l-l TO SPECIALIZE IN TV E3E: ;