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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May me The South In short Track meet postponed NOBLEFORD The annual Noble Central School has been postponed to June 7. The poor weather conditions have been cited as the contributing as training has been hampered as has the track and field facilities preparation. Those students over 10 years can prepare by entering the County Track meet at June 1. Bake sale June 7 NOBEFORD The annual Home and School bake sale has been postponed to June 7. The bake sale will be held between the hours of 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Sports Day meeting NOBLEFORD Central School. All There will be an organizations participating organizational meeting for the t annual Sports are to nave a Wednesday 8 p.m.- in Noble representative present. 66 graduates at Raymond RAYMOND Graduation exercises were held in the Raymond High School gym for 66 graduates of the class of 1974 Dr. Harlan G. giving the commencement spoke of the obstacles that would confront graduates as they set out to reach their goals and that mental capacity was not as important as their mental attitude. Roxanne Laycock and Gene Skieth were valedictorians. The class history was given by Pamela Sugimoto. Business class at work RAYMOND Raymond business and high school students participated in a work study recently. Students from Barbara MacPhee's office practice class spent time each day- working for local businesses. This helps students gain an insight into office practice and to develop self-confidence. The project also helps the students to evaluate preaparation for the office work force. Twelve girls and nine business places took part. Building permit issued NOBLEFORD A building permit has been issued to Marinus Konynenbelt for a house and one to Noble Cultivators Ltd tor the construction of additional storage space. Permission has been granted Alberta Government Telephones for the completion of installation of underground begun last year. The hookup of the underground connecting Barons and Picture will be made here. Michael Salisbury of Lethbndge has been hired to be village maintenance man. There is a five per cent rebate on prepaid taxes if paid before May 31. lyinsmen choose executive COALDALE The Coaldale Kinsmen Club has elected Roger Handley president. Ben Reimer is vice- Gailen Garry and John Van Ryn. bulletin editor. Directors are Wayne Tony Gukert and Bill Tomiyama. Curt Campbell is the past- president. The newly-elected executive will take office June 30. Nobleford baptisms NOBLEFORD Rev. William Calderwood of the Southern Alberta United Church Co-operative Parish presided at recent baptisms of John son of Mr. and Mrs. Monty and Stephen son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Lawrence Campbell in the church here. New Dayton CWL meets NEW DAYTON The April meeting of the Catholic Women's League was held at the home of Mrs. Forest Greeno with eight members and Rev. O'Reilly present. Mrs. Greeno gave the spiritual reading. Mrs Lawrence Kaupp introduced the program planned for 1974-75. Mrs. Lawrence Kaupp gave her convention report and Mrs. August the thought for the day. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Del Fuller's with Katie Wozak as co-hostess. Iron Springs bake sale IRON SPRINGS People travelled from throughout southern Alberta to attend the Iron Springs Home and School Association art and craft talent and bake sale. On view were the still water and oil paintings of several artists in Southern as well as pictures done by local artist Brian Cook. Also included in the display were petit leather and bronze ornaments from and handpainted chinaware from China. There were also other ethnic floral arrangements done by Mrs. Craig and a very complete handicraft display of projects done by the L. N. Busy Bees Girls' under the direction of Mrs. William Kirby. Rec board hires director The Oldman River Northern District Recreation Board has hired a Lethbridge Fred to serve as recreation director for the north county. He is a graduate of the outdoor recreation and conservation education program at the Lethbridge Community College. Mr. Tyrrell has taken up residence in Picture Butte. Student hired by county Wanda Luchia of Nobleford will be assisting the recreation office in the north County of Lethbridge. She has been hired under the iStudent Temporary sponsored by the provincial Miss entering her second .year of recreation studies at the Lethbridge Community will handle a large portion of the county's summer recreation nrnnram Cute but Cute and cuddly you For the time perhaps. The four furry little critters aren't German Shepard they're two-week old wolf cubs and can be seen at the Stewart Game Farm. In a few short months these harmless little babies will have strong jaws and sharp teeth 90 pounds of compact speed and cunning. 86 'Pass graduates honored Herald' District Pincher Creek council okays north hill plan COLEMAN your success lies our said Ted Coleman school as he responded to a toast to the parents proposed by his son Terry on behalf of class of 86 graduants from the Crowsnest Pass Consolidated High School. In his Mr. Kryczka outlined the effort parents and teachers alike had put forth over the years to prepare students for their later lite. He commended the students on their school years and the preparation they had made for their graduation prom Principal Eric Price called on Susan McAdam to propose the toast to the queen after which guest speakers Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stretch of former teachers at the congratulated the students Toast to the school board was proposed by Jim Bain and responded to by chairman Victor Martinez. Naomi Kimoto replied to the toast to the teachers proposed by Cheryl Markosky and toast to the 'Grade students proposed by Kent Gairns was responded to by Leslie MacPhail The Will and was read by Sandra DePiero and Ron Smaniotto after which class valedictorian Rick Giacomuzzi gave a talk based on the point that learning continues all our lives. A program including vocal selections by the C.C.H.S. vocal selection bv Susan MacLeod and recitation by Helen Rojek was enjoyed Nobleford school group to basketball team NOBLEFORD The regular meeting of the Nobleiord Home and School Association was held in the school recently The bake postponed to sale June was 7. in PINCHER CREEK Ted Nicholson of the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission recently attended the town council meeting here to present a conceptual plan for the future development of the north hill. The council adopted the conceptual plan of the residential site on the north as presented by Mr. but will leave the commercial area for further study. Darryl Brown of Custom Body attended to discuss the blocking of the access to his business by H. Lunn. Correspondence was noted from the department of highways concerning the approach. Council advised that they would support a temporary access from the Macleod to elect queen FORT MACLEOD A centennial queen sponsored by the Fort Macleod Centennial will result in a queen and two princesses being crowned at the Canada Day celebrations at the Fort Museum July 1. The contest is open to girls 16 and over who reside in the Fort Macleod trading area. Nominations will be received on May 25 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Any resident of the area may nominate the girl of his or her choice. Contestants must either accept or reject their nomination by June 7. Voting day for all residents will be June 14. The contestant with the most votes will be queen of centennial and the two closest runners-up will be princesses. The queen will ride in the parade on July 6. Other former queens also participating in the parade will be Lillian queen of and Lorraine Collar queen of 1949. highway along the present road allowance. An option was taken out for with A. Petrone to purchase the remaining 23.5 acres of his property on the south hill This option will run to at a price of per acre on a three-year term at seven per cent interest. The will be applied to the purchase price. Several lots were sold for new homes and permits were given to two businesses to expand their businesses. Library at Twin Arena drive Butte PINCHER CREEK The Pincher Creek Municipal Library has opened a small branch at Twin Butte Trading Post to enable residents of that area to enjoy the benefits of memberships without driving the distance to town. Mrs. Leon Bator has volunteered shelf space at the store to provide this facility and will also act in the capacity of librarian. Membership is open to everyone in the and it is hoped that everyone will avail. themselves of this service. Sparwood man liaison officer NATAL Norman Hughes of Sparwood was recently officially appointed as the senior citizens liaison officer for the federal government in Sparwood. succeeds the late Tom Findlay in this capacity. Mr. Hughes will assist senior citizens on a personal and confidential basis with any negotiations they have with the senior government. on PICTURE BUTTE Picture Butte Agricultural Society members Barry Reiter. Alec Sorrayi and Walter F. and I'ji Lethbridge County 26 councillor Henry Nummi have each donated to launch a tund-raising drive to finance a new multi- purpose agricultural arena here Tickets are being sold on a 4-H calf which will be awarded at a fund-raising dance to be held June 29 m the Elks Hall here. Jerry Jantz. chairman of the agricultural society's arena steering is seeking a meeting of town and county officials to ascertain if funds are available for the proposed arena. Mr Jantz is gathering information on costs and other factors for the proposed building. Officials of the department of youth and recreation have been brought into the discussions Crowsnest persons on Aging Council BLAIRMORE Charles director of preventive social services for the Crowsnest and Nora Goulding of Coleman have been elected members of the Alberta Council on Aging The council's board meets every second month to discuss senior citizens' problems. The recent annual meeting at the University of Alberta considered the following The need for more units of housing for senior supporting services for senior citizens who want to live in their own government subsidies for senior citizens who want to live in housing developed by private and full participation by senior citzens in the planning and developing .of their own housing needs. The University of Alberta Hospital and medical school was asked to establish a department of geriatric medicine This would develop a comprehensive health care service for the provide training for doctors care of needs of the provide a model ot health care lor the and undertake research. accordance with the postponement of the track meet to that day. The supper to honor the coaching stafl and athletes has also been rescheduled to June 21. There will be a SI 00 charge for all those over 10 years ol or a S5 00 maximum per tamily It was again decided to co- ordinate the annual Sports Day in August It was decided to put towards the purchase ot a color tramed. ol the provincial champion girls basketball team. The Bladcttes This picture will be hung in Noble Central School. Kootenay trout limit cut by 2 fish per day 'NATAL The Nelson office of the Fish and Wildlife Branch says the trout limit has been reduced to eight per day for each angler this a reduction of two fish from last year. The possession of 24 fish is the three-day limit. Last year it was 30. Special limits are in effect on Premier and Whiteswan Lakes- five fish per 10 in possession Rainbow trout limits in the West arm of Kootenay Lake New library system proposed NATAL Organizational work towards a proposed integrated library system for the Kootenays was undertaken at Cranbrook recently with the election of officers for the intial committee. Fifteen representing libraries from Fernie to Grand attended the meeting to form the committee for the formation of a Kootenay library system. William Parker of Grand Forks was elected J. D. of Mrs. N. Hegeman of Mrs. S. Paris of and Mrs. D. White of publicity chairman. The first step to be undertaken by the committee will be to draw up a budget and constitution for the formation of a society as required by provincial regulations. A resident library consultant will also be requested from the Library Development Commission to advise and work with the committee and society. are now five per day and 10 in possession. A person may have a total of eight trout in this section but only five may be rainbows. Burbot limits have been reduced to 10 per day and 20 in possession. Spearfishing is banned for ling throughout the Columbia River drainage. This drainage includes all the Kootenay Lake and River system plus any water that eventually drains into the Columbia. There is a special fishing section on the Slocan River. Its boundaries are from Slocan Parkfoot bridge downstream to Crescent Valley traffic bridge Closures are the same as last season with two exceptions. The west arm of Koolenay Lake is closed to rainbow trout fishing from Jan. 1 until June 30 This is to protect the spawning fish that inhabit the area during this period. The second is a permanent closure of the Lardeau River and the lower Duncan River to all angling. THE UNITED WAY AWARDS DINNER that was planned for May 29th HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF RESPONSE The recipients of the UNITED WAY AWARDS LISTED BELOW will receive them in the mail. FIRM AWARDS Alberta Gas Trunk Line Baker Appliances Beneficial Finance Block Bros Real Estate Beaver Lumber Bullock's Aulo Mechanics C I P Mid West Ltd Calgary Power Canada Packers Canada Safeway Canada Trust Huron Erie Canadian Dressed Meats Canadian Sugar Factories Capitol Furniture Sven Encksen's Family Restaurait Colonel Sander's Kentucky Fned Chicken Consolidated Concrete Products Cooperative Insurance Services A E Cross Studios Ducan Industries Ltd Gentlemen III Men's Wear Glascon Industries Glen Little Construction Gough s Aulo Body Gult Oil Company King Chrysler Dodge KirKnam Insurance Kirk's Tire Sales Anglo Stereo Lakeview Drugs P Lawson Travel Agencies Lethbridge Concrete Products Lethbridge Herald Lethbridge Iron Works Palme' S Assoc Lorna's Flower Shop MacMillan Bloedel Powell River Major Irrigation Ltd Majorette Restaurant Medical Dental Pharmacy Mutual Life Insurance National Cash Register Canada Ltd National Farmway Stotes Robair Equities Palhser Distillers Ltd Raewood Motors Reliance Agencies Revelstoke Building Supplies The Royal Trusi Company Richardson Securities of Canada Sicks' Lethbridge Brewery Skelton s Pharmacy Western Metal Fabricators Southern Alberta Coop Southern Feeds Ltd Southern Stationers Speedy Storage Cartage Stokes Drugs Slubb's Pharmacy Toronto Dominion Bank Trans Canada Freezers welder's Supplies Ltd Gordie's Grocery Dralfm's Drugs Wickes' Industries Ltd Shanghai Restaurant Progress Clotlung Mayfair Vogue Ladies Wear Individual Awards Ken Monyarna Pat Godlonton Barb Jones Dale Jensen Marg Calder Joe Green Tim Grisak Gordon Hopkins Steve Rigo Francis Higa Terry Reardon Bob Copeland Gary Clark Ron McKenna Gord Flumerpret Sharon Myles Barb Masuda Lawrence Droste Gene Eisler Pat Monaghan Roy Mcintosh Brian Franz Peler Boyden Maureen Goughnour M Gowland Leona Hopkins J Wmwood Bob Kemp G Norman Don McCulloch Ken Thomas Doug Walker J Barlosek B Temple B Goodman Ron Ponych Mall Slavich Bill LazaruK A Tunstall Darrel Lewko Joan Holt Gerry HecK Joe Karl Jr Dwighl Jensen Sister Clarissa Ward Ingoldsby A special thanks goes to the following tor providing free luncheons during me 1973 United Way campaign ERICKSEN'S FAMILY RESTAURANT MARQUIS HOTEL PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL ;