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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta District doings Craftsmen meet COALDALE (HNS) - The final meeting of the season for the Coaldale Arts and Crafts club will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 31, at the home of Mrs. Ray LaVaUey, 221117th St., Coaldale. Track meet set COALDALE (HNS) - A track and field meet will be held at the John Davidson School from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday, May 31. Parents are invited to attend and watch the events. $800 collected COALDALE (HNS) - Coaldale Rotary Club officials report the recent Red Cross campaign for funds resulted in a total of $800 collected. This year the campaign was conducted on a through-the-mail Mike Vaselenak was convener. Anyone wishing to receive receipts should contact Alton Knapp, club president, or Mr. Vaselenak, or any other Rotar-ian. Family picnic to be held near Brocket PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Napi Friendship Association will hold its family picnic Sunday, May 30, at 1 p.m. at the Summerview bridge picnic grounds, two miles west of Brocket and one mile north of Highway 3. Highlights will include: foot races, sack races, tug-of-war ball games and horse-shoes. Free ice cream will be available for the children, along with free lemonade. Everyone is most welcome to attend. New library books CLARESHOLM (HNS') - Willow Creek school division trustees heard Art Grant, a member of Claresholm's library board, say each of the three school principals should list books they would like to see added to the public library up to the value of $300. Mr. Grant assured the board he was not asking for money from them, only permission to seek the cooperation of the principals in selecting the best books. Tikes on Bikes Rally set COALDALE (HNS) - A Tikes on Bikes Rally will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 28, at the R. I. Baker School grounds here. It is open to all elementary pupils and is sponsored by the Coaldale Kinsmen Club in cooperation with the Alberta Mo-Tor Association. Ralph Spicer, safety supervi- It there something on this list you're looking for? RENTALS  Atr Compretion-point  Air Compreisor-sprayer  Air Conditioner-home  Air Conditioner-car  Air Mattreis-30"  Axes  Red-Rollaway Cot 30"  Belt-Vibrator Reducer  Bicycles  Blenders-10 speed  Bolt Cutters  Booster Cables  Car Stands-3 ton  Car Top Carrier  Cement Mixer-3 cu. ft.  Chairs-stacking  Coffee Urns  Crib  Crow Bar  Dishes-sets  Drill-Vi" variable  Drill-.  Drive-it Gun  Duplicator  Exercise Bike  20" Fan  Fir* Extinguishers  Flame Thrower-weeds  Glassware-water, juice  Glassware Kit-punchbowl and 12 cups  Grinder-6" bench  Hammer Drill-Yi"  Hammer-10-lb. sledge  Hand Trucks-appliance  Hedge Trimmer-electric  High Chair-folding  Hoist and Crane-I ton  Ice Cream Maker  Jacks-3 ton hyd.  Ladder-20' extension  ladder-36' extension  Ladder-step 7' and 10'  lawn Mower 18" gas  Lawn Trimmer and Edger  Nail Puller-hand  Pipe Cutters-2"  Play Pen-folding  Post Hole Augers  Pry Bar-24"  Puller-gear  Pump-sump  Pump-utility  Rake-power 18" gas  Roller-18x24 lawn  Roto Tiller-5 H.P.  Rug Shampooer-2 brush  Rug Shampooer-13"  Sander-3" belt  Sander-edger  Sander- 8" drum  Saws-electric  Silverware-knives, forks, spoons  Sleeping Bags-30"  Socket and Tool Set  Spreader-seed  Staplers  Steamer-wallpaper  Tables-8'  Tent-9'x9'  Tow Bars  Trailer Hitches  Trailers-utility  Trap and Toilet Auger  Vacuum Cleaner  Weelbarrow-3-cu. ft. WARDS SERVICES LTD. 1710 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-8775 Open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Weekdays sor of the Alberta Motor Association, Lethbridge district, is co-ordinator. For Grades 1 to 3 the bikes will be checked for mechanical condition and an obstacle course will test the ability of the cyclists. The Grades 4 to 6 pupils' will be required to take a written test, have their bicycles checked for mechanical condition and go through an obstacle course. Mrs. Rentier heads CWL PICTURE BUTTE - St, Catherine's Roman Catholic Women's League recently elected Mrs. Ernest Renner president. Other officers are Mrs. Herman Stroeve, first vice-president; Mrs. Theo Klooster, second vice-president; Mrs. Elizabeth Bosnjak, third vice-president; Mrs. Walter V. Boras, secretary; and Mrs. Gabriel Nagy, treasurer. Conveners are Mrs. Stroeve, Mrs. Mike Boras, Mrs. Bosnjak and Mrs. Klooster. The CWL will cater to the Grade 9 graduation banquet Friday, June 4. Rev. Gilles showed colored slides taken on his recent trip to South America. Need chief TABER (HNS') - Flatlands District of Scouting is without a chief executive officer. The recent annual meeting of the district, attended by 46 representatives of the 10 groups, failed to come up with a replacement for Mrs. Jeanne Schnell who is retiring after two years of effective service. Mrs. Lillian Martin of Vaux-hall will succeed John Gilales as second vice-president. Maurice Mitchell of Lethbridge, president of the southern Alberta regional council, spoke at the dinner meeting, elaborating on his scouting background and explaining in detail the management structure of scouting. He stressed the "management by objective" concept and the importance of training for leaders and executive officers in the movement. Reports indicated the Boy Scout enrolment in Flatlands district has increased to 323 this year due mainly to the organization of troops at Hays and Vauxhall under the able leadership of district commissioner Chris Rodgers of Hays. Pass words Church to open COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) -Rev. H. Peeler, principal of the Miller Memorial Bible Institute, will speak at the official opening of the Church of the Coleman Christian Asem-bl'y at 8 p.m. Friday, May 28. The new Christian Assembly Church here is the former Greek Orthodox Church. A trio from the Miller Bible Institute will attend. Need coaches i BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - The Crowsnest Pass recreation office here is appealing to men here to help coach 127 boys who wish to play baseball in June. Interested men are asked to phone the recreation office at 562-2633 to help with this coaching. Wins degree LUNDBRECK (CNP Bureau) Wayne Stephen Kubasek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kubasek of Lundbreck, received his bachelor of science degree (with distinction) from the University of Alberta after completing four year's study in mechanical engineering. Mr. Kubasek and his wife, the former Darlene Dumont of Cowley, have left for Toronto where Mr. Kubasek has accepted a position with the design department, research division, Ontario Hydro. RECREATION POST - Morlcy Roclofs of Lethbridge has been named Warner county north region recreation director for the summer months. He graduated this year from Eastern Washington State College, winning a degree in parks and recreation administration. MP to visit BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) -Allan Sulatacky, Liberal MP, will visit the Crowsmest Pass June 1, 2 and 3 and will be accompanied by Dave Thompson of Prime Minister Tru-deau's office. They will attend a Liberal association meeting to be held at the Blairmore Credit Union Hall June 1. Mr. Sulatacky will speak to students at the Livingstone School, Lundbreck, June 2 and will address a Crowsnest Pass Chamber of Commerce meeting in the evening. His schedule also includes a visit to the Crowsnest Consolidated High School June 3 and a Liberal committee meeting during the same day. Reunion set BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - The Crowsnest Pass reunion committee at Calgary has announced the fifth annual event will be held at Calgary June 5. It will be held in the Blue Dining Room, University of Calgary campus, and will begin at 6 p.m. with a cocktail hour to be followed by a banquet. An evening of dancing is planned. Admission fee has been set at $6 per person. Tickets can be obtained at the Bay ticket wicket or at Steman's Store, Blairmore. Leaves 'Pass COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) -H. S. (Hank) Rowbotham, manager of the Imperial Bank of Commerce, Coleman, will be leaving the Crowsnest Pass soon to take over as manager at the bank at Fort Saskatchewan. Mr. Rowbotham has been manager of the local bank for the past 8V4 years. Mrs. Rowbotham and their two children will be leaving in July to join Mr. Rowbotham. Dance June 30 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - Crowsnest Pass Barb Wire Johnnies Club will hold its annual dance in the Elks Hall, Blairmore, Wednesday, June 30, at 8 p.m. A buffet supper will be served and admission has been set at $2 per person. The Barb Wire Johnnies are planning other activities for the July 1 holiday to help celebrate Blairmore's 60th anniver sary. Friday, May 28, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 3 COUNTY CHAMPS-Sunnyside is keeping its "sunny side op" in basketball action with boys and girls teams both winning Lethbridge County 26 south region championships. Left photo: Matt Handsaeme presents Harold Dupen's trophy to team captain Clair Handsaeme. Other photo: Mrs. Handsaeme presents her family trophy 1o team captain Jeanette Daniels. -Mary Tymburski photos Sunny side smiles over hoop victories CAR SALES VAUXHALL - Automotive sales account for 30 per cent of the total business sales vol ume in Vauxhall. Wholesaling accounts for about 20 per cent. CANCEL DANCE COALDALE (HNS) - The Maytime Frolic dance, span-sored by the Lethbridge County 26 southern region recreation board, has been cancelled due to poor ticket sales. It was to have been held tonight. RECEIVE MASTERS DEGREES Mrs. Richard (Marjorle) Green was the first woman to receive a masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of British Columbia. She is now studying for her PhD in Mechanical Engineering. She received her Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Metallurgy) in 1969. Mrs. Green is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R, B. Carlson of Hartleyville, Alto, and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Orr, Fort Macleod and Mrs. Laura Geering, Hartleyville. She received all her elementary and high schooling at Glenwood. Richard Green received his Master of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering in 1970. He is now working as a consulting engineer in Vancouver. Mr. Green is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green, Victoria and formerly of Bellevue, Alto.  COALDALE (HNS) - The Coaldale recreation office recently announced winners of the south Lethbridge County 26 junior basketball league. Sunnyside girls and Sunny-side boys were the winners. A total of 25 teams were in the league including 243 boys and girls in Grades 5, 6, 7 and 8. They were from the Ready-m a d e, McNally, Sunnyside, Hardieville, R. I. Baker, St. Joseph's and John Davidson schools. The juniors played about 40 games' while the intermediates played 30. Many volunteers assisted in the program. Coaches were Sig Schmold, C. W. Bryant, Bill Engel, Neil Reid, Ronald Filgas, Linda Chenery, Sonny Miller, Norman Ober, Leo Macht, Dick Kerber, Gwen Russell, Ken Terpstra, Sadie Toth, Marion Johnson, Carol Malkas, Jean Fifield, Ed Hranac, L. E. Martens, Matt Handsaeme, Craig Slen and Donna Murray. Proud of their championship are Judy Worm, Barbara Bourassa, Karlene Tolsdorf, Lillian Klassen, Debbie Pa-hara, Ann Marie Janzen, Donna Tokariuk, Sharon Pavan, Janice Krulak, Susan Cherniw-chan, Sharon Dunlop, Lorraine Rubi, Carol Lynn Handsaeme, Rita Vandenhoek and Michelle Sawchuk. The happy boys are Larry Thiesen, Rodney Jorgensen, Lawrence Thiessen, Dale Kam-inski, Harry Dyck, Ken Tolsdorf, Livio Pavan, Ricky Aid-off, Leslie Thiessen, Jacob Daniels, Gary Tokariuk, Clarence Worm and Gerald Ont-kean. Ends June 22 CLARESHOLM (HNS) - Willow Creek school division trustees learned the closing date for Grades 10 and 11 students has been changed again to June 22 so that students who wish to take correspondence courses will have time to apply. CARPET and LINO (Complete Installations!) Free Estimates! 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