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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Kaiser Names Directors By MOLLY LATKA Herald News Service SPARWOOD Jack L; Ash by, chairman of the board of d rectors at Kaiser Resource Ltd., recently announced fou Canadians have been elected t (he board of directors. The four elected are Graham R. Daw son, Paul G. Des marais, William B. Macdonalt and J. Leonard Walker. Mr. Ashby stated these Cana dian industrial and financia leaders bring to Kaiser He sources a broad background o successful business experience Graham K. Dawson of Van couver is president of Dawsoi Construction Ltd., chairman o Dawson Developments Ltd. president of Dawson and Hal Ltd., Sansan Installations Ltd. a director of Andres Wine Ltd., Hayes Manufacturing Co Ltd., Multipak Custom Canner Ltd., Sceptre Dredging Co Ltd., and Seaboard Life Insur ance Company. A former president of thi Vancouver board of trade (19S9) he has also served" as a director of the employees conn cil of B.C. and is a past-presi dent of the Heavy Construction Association of B.C. Paul G. Desmarais of Mont real is chairman and chief ex ecutive officer of Power Cor- poration of Canada Ltd. and is president of Gelco Enterprises and vice-president and chair man of the executive commit tee of the Imperial Life Insur ance Company of Canada. Mr. Desmarais is a director of 'the Blue Bonnets Raceway Inc. and Montreal Trust Com- pany. William B. MacDonald is both president and a partner o) A. E. Ames and Co. Ltd. of To- ronto where he began his ca- reer in 1931. He is a director of other Canadian Companies; J. Leonard Walker, president and chief operating officer ol the Bank of Montreal, joined the Sault Ste. .Marie branch in 1927 and subsequently served in many senior capacities of the bank at branches in Ontario, Quebec and B.C. He is a director of Canadian Canners Ltd., Great Western Stampede Committee Needs Help FORT MACLEOD (HNS) The Fort Macleod stampede committee has arranged to hold meetings Wednesday eve- nings at o'clock in the Java Shop unfii fe stampede dates of July 10, 11 and 12. Any citizen may attend these meetings with a view to taking part in the festivities. They would like to see rep- resentatives from service clubs and dance clubs who can par- ticipate. It is hoped to have as many dubs and organizations as. pos- sible represented during the three day stampede celebra- tions. Drags Rider RAYJTOND (HNS) Clif- ford Williams is in good condi- tion in the Raymond Municipal Hospital after being dragged by his rope horse. Williams, a member of the Raymond Rope Club, was prac- tising at the stampede grounds. As he jumped from the horse his foot was caught in the stir- rup. The horse bolted and then ran, dragging him around the arena four times, witnesses say. Corporation, Bank of Montreal (Bahamas and Bank of Montreal and Australian International Finance Corporation Ltd. He is a governor of the Royal Victoria Hospital, a life Gover- nor of Doug las Hospital and Montreal General Hospital. He is a member of the board of directors of Junior Achieve- ment of Canada and The Boys Clubs of Canada anil serves on the advisory boards ot The Salvation Army and the YMCA. In making this announce- ment Mr. Ashby noted the im- portant contribution already being made by other Canadian directors of Kaiser Resources, who are Ian N. McKinnon, Cal- gary, and E. D. H. Wilkinson, Vancouver. Tu.idoy, May 26, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 POT-LUCK The Gladstones have gone and done Jim Gladstone sent a crowd of rodeo riders down to bitter defeat at Stavcly and Rosic Jane Gladstone was named Indian Princess for South Alberta. Eighteen-year- old Rosie Jane Gladstone at- tends school at Lcthuridgc. Pot- MR. CRESSWELL ,uck is pleased and delighted You can read all about it h he Kainai News, Canada's lead ng Indian newspaper. It costs '3 a year. It's outstanding. Tb address is Box 432, Cardston Meanwhile, over at Pinclici Ireek, Peter Cresswell is work ing hard for the Peigan-Pinchei jroup known as the Na'p friendship Society. Cresswel is getting involved in a bij way. His latest move is cour vork, whereby he explains the rocedures of the court to In ians. This is just and-propei and we're glad it's being done And we're glad Mayor Ar iur Ames and the Pin c h e r Creek council are 100 per cen jeliind the society. Meanwhile Over at Leth- ridge rose-grower Charlie ianer says he will have big looms in 10 days. Sounds like e's rushing the season. Mr Jauer has written a couple o andy articles for the Cana- ian Rose Society's recent bill etin. The Price of a Friend- iip and Growing Roses for hows. Sock it to 'em Charlie The Brooks Bulletin shows i icture this week of Phil Duby f Rainier picking oranges in Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Bloirmort Phoni 562-2149 COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lcthbndge Herald Correspondents In Your Area MAC-RATH MRS. MILDRED MARKER P.O. Box 97 MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MU8LLER P.O. lox 329, Milk River MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER P.O. Box 61 NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON P.O. Box 314 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Gen. Dil. Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising By D'ARCY RICKARD California. Some people get al the luck! Construction has begun on a new theatre for Fort Steele near Cranbrook, that will ulti- mately seat more than 500 peo- ple. Fort Steele ,is part of the historic heritage of B.C. I haven't been there, but they keep tossing beer bottles on my lawn, I'll build one ir my back yard and use it too! Guess when a postal strike is born it's a special delivery. I see Charlie Brown is com- ing at 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 3, on the CBC-TV network. I just toss that one in for the happy people. At Nanton the oldtimers were thrilled, delighted and amused by Arthur Dee conducting the Chinook Band in a rousing, re- cent concert. I see where Spence Caldwell, founder of the CTV network and now retired and growing ivestock at Toronto, has brought a spread up near Cow- ley. Over at Lundbrcck, the Willow Valley Trophy Club has slated a shoot for June 20. You'll read about it in better places than this, no doubt. The Fort Museum at Fort Maclcod mil officially open the'Sir F. W. G. Haultain Law Office at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 6. No doubt correspondent Kay Payne will be on hand for this newspaper. After serving the Fort Mac- leod-Granum charge of the United Church for the past six year, Rev. W. E. Julian has accepted a call to Vulcan. Vul- canizers are getting a mighty fine friend and community worker, Fort friends tell me. Science has brought us some really exciting new inventions such as a long knife that can cut four loaves o! bread at the same time. It's called a four- loaf cleaver. They tell me that the first man to drive from Magralh to Utah was the late John Brad- shaw. Took him 12 days in a 1912 Cadillac. Happy motoring! And a special good night to the Busy Beavers! HOOKS PIKE Nine-year-old Curtis Nagel of Clares- holm shows an eight pound, eight ounce pike he hooked at Clear Lake recently. It is 31 inches long. Fishing from the shore in shallow water, Nagel caught this one with a red and white spoon. Two other fishermen helped him pull it in. Andersen Photo. Sparivood. Council roves Midnight Days Open July 10 FORT MACLEOD (HNS) Dates for the annual Midnight Days have been set for July 10, 11 and 12. FRIDAY, July 10, there will be the Little Royal Show, starting with breakfast at a.m. Judging competition will be at 10 a.m. the Sale of Champions at 1 p.m. The Bavarian Beer Garden will open at in the arena. The day will end with a NATAL (HNS) At a was placed in a reserve ,i.- JUIKJ toward the establishmen cf a municipal complex of build ings which will be required un der Iba terms cf Urban Renew al. Also significant as a sourc of income is the service charge made by the District which in 1970 mil be about On the expenditure side, thi school requisition takes the lar gest amount of Th gener a 1 government account which is largely the cost of op erating the district office anc council expenses, is tied ,wiU public works at as'sec ond largest expenditures. Pro tection to persons and property will cost This include, almost for fire protec tion, for traffic contro including new street signs for the Township cf Sparwood ant for street lighting. Hospi tal requisition at is the next largest expense item fol lowed by capital purchases amounting to Include( in the capital purchases accoun is provision for a new snow plov unit and for a rescue vehicle. The retirement of debts on land purchases from Crows Nest Indu s t r i e s accounts for of the total expenditure and the assessment from Re gional District of East Koote nay for joint expenditures w i 1 amount to The parks, recreation ant cemetery budget at is the smallest budget, which in- cludes provision of for the establishment of. a new ceme- tery. The budget also estimates revenues and expenditures for the water utility at anc for the sewer system at Pewer than 1.000 windmills ;urvive in The Netherlands today. cial meeting cf council the 1970 itidget for the District cf Spar- vccd was given three readings and passed as a bylaw. Ths bud- get of means that the axpayer will have to support district expenditures and pro- ects to the extent of a mill rate 'f 26 milk compared to 22 mills or 1969. In addition the taxpayer will lave to support schools at the ate of 34.29 mills and hospitals t the rate of 2.57 mills, to jring ths total tax rate to 62.41 mills, up only 3.55 mills from 969. The low rate increase is jartly attributable to new Re- donal District assessments on ndustries in the area for school urposes. The school rate in the Mstrict of Sparwood is down ne full mill from 34.29 while tie hospital rate is up by more nan one half mill from 2.57 mSs. The revenue from taxes vMch accounts for rep- esents the largest source of in- ome, followed by government rants amounting ,to A urplus from previous years of Ericksoii, Steenbergeii, Rogers Shine By LUCINDA LUCHIA Special CiiiTcspomk'nt NOBLEFOHD lire Noble Central School held its annual Elementary School Track meet recently. Winners were: CLASS A 30 yard dash: Dalo Ericsson, new record ol 6 seconds; Stanley Konynen- bell; Nell Slinocrland. Brcadlump: Dale Erlckson; Stanley Konynenbell; Ralph Hummel. Soltball Ihrow: Stanley Kcnynen. belt; Merlin Schimdl; Darrel Pelers. CLASS B e truly Dr. James Ush- er told 69 graduates at the Raymond High School com- mencement exercises recently. Dr. Fisher, Raymond born graduate of the i961 class and low professor of mathematics, University of Edmonton, left a challenge with the 1970 class of graduates to find a solution by he year 2080 for the ill of the vorld or perish. "We have to change our lie told the argest audience to ever attend commencement exercise in .he history of the town. He spoke of the change in values of the people of the vorld who, in 1950, were sat- sfied to have one car. Now the ame ones find it is necessary o have two or more cars. Along with the cars there has leen an increase of all other 'roducts for luxury living. He poke about the problems fac- ng the world, brought on by olution and population increase, abor troubles and the things hat are destroying the happi- icss of the world. Glen Marshall was valedic- orian. Barbara Ballernian gave the class history. Soloist was Patricia Gaszler. Beverley Bridge and Peggy Hicken sang. K. M. Palmer, member of the local school board, wel- comed the guests and broughl greeting from the board. Principal James E. Blumeli addressed the graduates. Certificates were presented by Mr. Blumeli, supervisor of County of Warner School J. North; Mrs. Minion and Keith M. Palmer. Robert L. Brandley was mas- ter of ceremonies. The invocation was given by Father Cassidy of the Ray- mond Sacred Heart Roman Cathoh'c Church.. The committee for the 1970 graduating class: C. M. Hill, J. L.Nalder, R. L. Nielson and J. L. Palmer. The graduates are: Sharon Anderson, Ted Anderson, Kath- leen Aneca, Barbara Bailer- man, Mary Ann Bartscff, James David Blumeli. Beverly Bridge, John D. Bridge, Brian M. Brown, Charleno Brown, James D. Coppieters. Robert M. Court, Kristine Dahl, Jack deBoer, Simon deBoer, David C. Duell, Diana Foote, Cynthia Forsytli, Shirley Ftaser, Patricia Gas- zler, Robert A. Grvavac, Stan- ley Grvavac, Morris Hall, Char- lene H e g g i e, Peggy Hicken, Glen H. Jensen, Joanne Jensen, Dorothy Johnson, Gail Kamito- ino, Phyllis Kimura, Maureen MacPhee, Terry G. Malms, Glen M. Marshall, Shirley Ma- suda, Martha Ann McCoy, Ed- ith Mehew, Bradford T. Mel- drum, Anne Mendenhall, Cam- eron G. Miller, Kenneth M. Muraki, Lorrena Navratil, Rod- ney J. Nishiyama, Marlene Osaka, Alzona Owen, James W. Paxman, Marilyn Piepgrass, Elizabeth Pilecki, Gordon E. Pommen, Shannon Robinson, Kathleen Romeril, Gayle Row- land, Dale Rudd, Randall W. Scoville, Douglas Seely, Karen Selman, Laura Skeith, Gregory Smith, Phillip R. Still, Maur- ice Takahaski, Donna Takeda, Douglas K. Tollcstnip, Wallce R. Tollcstnip, Harold David Wannop, Mark Watson, Susan Wilde, Lynn Williams, Richard B. Williams, Patricia Wozak and Dale K. Zobell. Turin Whipped TURIN (HNS) The first home game in Little League Baseball was played here re- cently. Turin played against Baron's group two. The final score was Barons 32, Turin 10. Cameron Haugliian and Ran- dy Churpka shared honors for jatting homers for Turin. A n u n? b e r of home runs were made by Barons. Approximately 75 spcctalors were present to cheer on the .earns. CLARESHOLM (HNS) A request for more janitor ser vice for the high school in For Macleod was turned down b; the Willow Creek school divi sion at a recent board meeting The board met with the ad ministration staff. It was de cided groups other than slu dsnts, who use the school facil ities, would have to pay the cost of the extra janitor service required. Howard Huddle, board mem- >er from Claresholm, reportet trees are planted this week around the playing fields at the Willow Creek Composite ligh School at Claresholm. The football field is being seeded this week and the track nil be topped with pea gravel and sand. Mr. Huddle said he was wait- ing for the contractor, Bennett and White, to prepare the sur- ace of the proposed lawn area n front of the school for grass seeding. Trustee Huddle said he ex- pects there will be a four-mill reduction in the requisit ions this year. "I hope the towns and MD of Willow Creek will pass the re- duction on to the he said. The board accepted the res- ignations of beauty culture in- structor Miss Susan Hicken of the WCCH School and Miss Ruth Nelson of W. A. Day School at Fort Macleod. Miss Patricia Bolduc of J. T. Foster School, Nanton, resign- ed effective April 17. Four replacement teachers have been put on staff on a temporary contract due to ill- ness or leave of absence: Mrs. Gertrude Anderson for Mrs. Marie Doole in Nanton; Mrs. Kay Fisher for Mrs. Helen Swanson in Claresholm; Mrs. Audrey Maurushat in Clares- holm 'or Mrs. Patricia Bolduc. Ross Edey and Bryan Shantz have been appointed to teach in Nanton next term. John Loree has been appoint- ed to staff, designation to be made later. Mrs. Gwen Chambers of Fort Macleod will receive a bursary to attend university for a year in teacher training. The board has had 33 more applications for teaching posts in the past month and two ap- plications for library techni- cian from Calgary women. Mrs. June Melvin of Nanton has submitted her resignation as school secretary, effective June 30. The division will make the resolution that: "The first sem- ester examinations be held prior to the Christmas vaca- tion" to the Commission on Ed- ucational Planning to be held in Blairmore June 4. The board has received a let- ter from the Fort Macleod Home and School Association stating that it has passed a mo- tion as being in favor of a sys- tem of pay for teachers en- gaged in extra curricular ac- tivities. The division has received a payment of from the department of Indian affairs to- wards capital costs of the new high school in Fort Macleod. Two hundred and sixty three students from the Indian re- serve are attending classes in Fort Macleod. The board will inform the Town of Claresholm it cannot afford to hire a band teacher to make use of the town's sur- plus brass instruments as sug- gested by the chamber of com- merce. District News Undergoes Surgery RAYMOND (HNS) M. L. Depew, rancher and breeder of race horses, underwent surgery on his leg at a Lethbridge hos- pital recently following an ac- cident at his ranch south of ere. Mr. Depew was working with a cow which got him down and broke his leg near the ankle. Nobleford Wins NOBLE FORD (Special) The North County Little League commenced regular league ilay recently at the ball park n Nobleford. Gordon Luchia threw out the rirst pitch. Receiving the pitch vas the umpire of the game, Richard Deimuth. Nobleford defeated Monarch to 8. Must Be 17 FORT MACLEOD (HNS) rirls interested1 in entering the queen contest may call Mrs. Judy Kcsler, 234-3951, be- 'ore 6 p.m. May 2? to have their entries forwarded to the con- est sponsors. Qualifications: must be 17 'ears or over; live in town or ,urrounding area; be able to Previous contestants are el- gible. Judging will be on 50 per cent horsemanship; 30 per cent ticket sales and 20 pel' cent per- sonality. Tracks Ready RAYMOND (HNS) Presi- dent Verl Meldrum of Ray-Mar Auto 'Racers Club says race tracks are now completed and the first meet is scheduled for early in June. The tracks are located one mile wast of Magralh. The club membership is drawn from Raymond, Magrath, Lethbridge and districts. Officers are Jules Gyoerfy, Lethbridge; Mrs. David Navr- til, Raymond; and directors: Ernest Dex, Clifford Osaka, Mervin Seely and David Navr- til all of Raymond and Mer- vin Thompson of Magrath. TO VANCOUVER NOBLEFORD (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Niels ICristoffersen have motored to Vancouver, B.C., to visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Huxharn. They will attend the graduation from UBC of Bry- ant Huxham. NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS MILK RIVER WELDING PORTABLE WELDER BEG BARROWS, Prop. Phone 647-3972 TABER ELKS LODGE WINNER GOLD BAR DRAW Held Muy 20lh, drawn by Rodeo Queen Janet Meygei L. M. COE of LETHBRIDGE The Taber Elks Lodge wish to extend thanks lo all who participated and all who helped with ticket sales. MACKENZIE'S Diamond Merchants' Jewellers REGINA SASKATOON MOOSE fP.INCEAlBERr CAIGARY tETHBRIDGE IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th AveiiL-e South Phone 328-42U ;