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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta WtdnMdoy, May 30, 1973 THE LETHMIDOI HMALD 13 JVo injuries suffered Steve Mitru of Picture Butte watches workmen pull his car street. Mitru's ear was driven through a barricade and slowly hole dug to fix a break in the water main. S P JOHNSON photo out of a hole on a town toppled forward into a Sjogren, Secretan coach Nobleford to 3 victories Maverick Mardi Gras Days revolves around Ross Rodeo NOBLEFORD (SpeciaD- NoWeford Babe Ruth opened by defeating Monarch 20-15. Perry was credited witn the win while John Fla- mcod was tagged with the loss. Nobleford's record is now three wine against one loss. Charley Sjogren and Glen Secretan have taken over coaching duties for this year. Another home game saw the Little League pick up its first loss. Barons won 7-6. J. Lyon picked up the win with R. Whil- lans getting the loss. The pee wee team has Dan Babb as coach. They play Mon- arch Wednesday. PROMOTION ADVICE TORONTO (CP) George E. Eaton, professor of economics at York University and director of York's division of social studies, said travel agents should put less stress on Canada as "the country of the RCMP, the beaver and the totempole." Instead, they should sell tourists on Canada's beauty, hospitality, tolerance and cleanliness. School board chairman resigns NOBLEFORD (SpeciaD- Rev. John Moerman, chairman of the local advisory board for Noble Central School, has been forced to resign due to health reasons. Mrs. Luanda Luchia, vice- chairman, will assume Mr. Moerman's duties until his term expires in October. FOREMOST (SpeciaD- Maverick Mardi Gras Days will return (o Foremost June 8, 9 and 10. The weekend of activity, fea- turing two days of rodeo and 4-H calf show and sale, is staged by the Foremost Lions Club. Royal Canadian Legion and the chamber of commerce are assisting. Maverick Mardi Gras Days and the George Ross Memor- ial Rodeo have come to be garded as one of the biggest rural celebrations in the south country. Friday, June 8, will feature a 4-H show and sale by the Pronghorn and Shortgrass 4-H Beef clubs, commencing at 9 a.m. The sale will be 2 p.m. The evening will feature a carnival and bingo at the com- munity hall, with a free dance. The rodeo queen contestants' FLOUR PESTS Spider beetles, of which there are about 12 species in Canada, are the most important insect pests in flour storage ware- houses. Q-X WITH MOLY -SAVES- 15% TO EVERY YEAR ON OPERATING AND REPAIR COSTS AvailabU Now for Automobiles Simply add 16 01. to 5 qti. oil or in proportion To and Automatic Transmission Tested by Tachometers ond Used Oil Analysis Q-X Moly improves efficiently of oils three times. Increases film strength of oils four times Eliminates dry starts. Reduces factional drag between moving parts 5% to 20% ASK FOR IT AT SERVICE STATIONS fashion show will take place at 10-30 p.m. There are five queen contes- tants this year. Brenda Hara- ga is representing the Skiff Ladies Variety Association; Pa- tricia Herbst, Shortgrass 4-H Beef Club; Dartone Jaffary, Writing-on-Stone Riding Asso- ciation, Patricia Johnson, Etzi- kom Roping Club and Mona Wutzke, Foremost Lions Club. Each girl is judged on ticket sales, personality and horse- manship. Jt free pancake breakfast and some rousing western music will open Saturday's program at 7 am., to be followed at 11 a.m. by the parade. Chicken dinner will be avail- able at the rodeo grounds. At 2 p.m. the first day's rodeo ac- tion will get under way as some of the best amateur riders in the south try their luck. Rodeo action will continue Sunday at 2 p.m. Vern Arnold will be the ro- deo and parade announcer. On Saturday night there will be more carnival and dancing. The crowning of the new queen will take place at p.m, the ceremony being perform- ed by 1972 queen Roxanne Con- way. The beer garden will oper- ate at the rodeo grounds Satur- day from 1 to a p m. with music being provided during the eve- ning for the patron's entertain- ment. All proceeds will be used to finance the Foremost Lions Club's community service pro- jects, especially the swimming pool. ABC HOME OFFICE CLEANING June Special! On All These -WINDOW CLEANING -EAVESTROUGH CLEANING -FLOOR STRIPPING AND WAXING -FLOOR WASHING Phone 328-1068 949 15th Street South Pronghorn Sunrise articles wanted FOREMOST (Special) Final submissions are now be- ing received by the Foremost Historical Book Society for its forthcoming publication, tenta- tively entitled Pronghorn Sun- rise. The book, dealing with the history of the Foremost district including Nerruskam, is now in the process of being produced, on a continual run process. Ma- terial is printed as it is com- pleted The final book will be assembled later. Ideas are invited from the public for the book's permanent title. The working title, Prong- horn Sunrise, has been used so far. It could be the title of the finished work. Anyone wishing to submit an alternate title, with appropriate reasons for the choice, may do so not later than June 16. Due to the slowness of some families and organizations in submitting histories, the book is unlikely to be available as early as originally intended. Any family histories from families residing in ttoe Fore- most area prior to 1939 that have not been submitted, should be sent to Alyce Butterwick in Foremost, immediately. The so- ciety will not issue any further appeals in this regard or extend its deadlines any further than necessary. The society is still Interest- ed in true stories of the Fore- most area from early days, that throw light on the conditions and way of life. Humerous anecdotes of a factual nature would also be welcome. Photographs for inclusion in the book are also being collect- ed and should be submitted by early July. Photos will be cat- alogued, cared for, and copied without any damage to the orig- inal. Anyone having anything of in- terest is invited to contact the Society at Box 201, Foremost. Miss Heather Thompson showered with presents CLARESHOLM (Special) Members of the community re- cently held a miscellaneous shower in honor of Miss Heather Thompson, June bride- elect, at the Northern Light Community Hall. About 50 were present At the head table with the honored guest were her mother, Mrs Donald Thompson; her grandmother, Mrs. J. E. Thompson; Miss Bonnie Sher- man, her bridesmaid; and her aunt, Mrs. David Thompson. Mrs. William Sherman was chairman of the program which consisted of readings by Miss Paula Swanson and Mrs. Omn Hart, tips on married Me by Mrs. Bert Hunziger; and a pi- ano solo by Gordon Lane. Mrs. Frank Pilhofer then conducted two contests which were won by Mrs. Lawrence Moser and Miss Mona Daley. Lovely gifts were presented to the bride-elect by Mrs. Law- rence Cotter and Mrs. Tom Baird. A set of cooking utensils was the gift of the 22 hostesses. Sparwood District budget climbs 3.9 mills; gov't agent sought NATAL (HNS) The Dis- trict of Sparwood council has set the municipal budget at and the mill rate has been established at 38.1 mills. Combined with the school, hospital and municipal finance taxation, the total mill rate for taxpayers is 70.21 mills, 19 3.9 mills from 1972. The capital expenditures by- law for 1973 amounts to The continuing problem of obtaining a government agent was again brought to council. Council decided to go back to the provincial government with a proposal that a government agent's office be established in Sparwood on a part-time basis. In response to a request from the commission regarding a date for levelling the soccer field at the recreation site the council indicated that there is no appropriation for the work and accordingly they would not be able to give a date for level- ling Aid. Robert Thomson Indi- cated that discussions are der way with School District No. 1 (Fernie) in regard to a joint-use agreement between the school board and the coun- cil for joint use of facilities. He reported that the school board has given the commis- sion the green light to plan use of the school facilities for rec- reation pending the agree- ment and subject to agreement of the two Sparwood principals. Council sanctioned the fire chief or the deputy fire chief to attend a fireworks super- visor course at Calgary. Un- der new federal regulations all fireworks displays have to be under the direction of a person holding a fireworks supervisor's licence. Wooden ma his replaced FORT MACLEOD The last of the old wooden mains were replaced recently. They were located at 27th St. and 4th Ave. Water pumping capacity for the town is now gal- lons day. There is an ade- quate supply. Restrictions for watering gardens are enforced. Each household may use all the water it requires on alternate days. Play it Cool this Summer Men's and Boys' Swim and Casual Wear i V, Outstanding Value On Men's Quality Swim Trunks "Gym Monte Carlo Balboa or "Speedster" style. Many colours and patterns to choose from. 100% STAND OUT SPECIAL Men's 'Muscle Shirt' Tank top of 100% cotton knit. Assorted colours in plains and stripes. S.M.L. EACH 3.39 Easy to Care for Men's Shorts Executive belt loop styling. 100% polyester double knit. Assorted plain Even waist 30 to 42. PAIR 10.95 stretch nylon or durable lastex. S, M, L. PAIR Tank Tops Plain or Fancy Wide assortment of tank tops in 100% nylon or 100% cotton. Solids and patterns. Sues SML. 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