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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May 31, 1973 THI LETHBRIDGE HfRALD 3 Bride-elect showered with gifts GRANUM (HNS) The Uni- ted Church Hall was filled to capacity recently for the bri- dal shower honoring Miss Bren- da Veenland, a June bride-elect. Purple and white streamers and floral bouquets formed a backdrop for Miss Veenland and her attendants, D e 1 o r e s Jorgenson and Ruth Williams. Miss Cathy Veenland ed the gifts. Miss Lorna Jean Mackintosh was in charge of the guest book. The program consisted of two readings by Mrs. Dave (Julie) Calderwood; vocal selections by the Jumbo Valley Junior Choir accompanied by Mrs. Percy (Florence) Mclntosh: and a sing-song conducted by Mrs. Isobel Weerstra and Mrs. Paul (Wendy) Graveland. The gifts were wheeled in a decorated wagon by Lisa Mac- kintosh and Jodi Douglas. The committee gift was a number of pieces for a tea set. Bleachers okayed for pool BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Town council has approved a recreation board proposal to extend the swimming pool area by about 25 feet in order that bleachers can be erected on the west side of the pool. A summer Temporary Em- ployment Program has been ap- proved A total of will be granted. Council endorsed a plan to ob- tain a provincial park in the Crowsnest Pass as outlined in a brief prepared by the Crows- nest Pass Citizens' Tourist Committee for presentation to the land use hearings to be held in June. y s- f Canadian landscape RICK ERVIN photo More district on page 34 The Sunny Service at Iron Springs is a scene to de- artists os Robert Henri, John Sloan, George B. Luks, Everett light any painter of the Ash Can school. This business was Shinn and William Glackens. They were dubbed the Ash founded by the late lettrnan Davids, native son of Rou- Can pointers because they depicted neighborhood scenes monia who coma to this country in 1905. The Ash Can not unlike the above photograph made at Iron Springs school of painters included such important American. by Lethbridge Herald photographer Rick Ervm. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vcrnon Decoux, Resident Rep., Bloirmore Phone 562-2149 REPORT your f ir1" j The Lethbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area BARNWELL MRS. WALTER ORIGOR 223-8121 BARONS NORMA MYSON 757-3950 BLACKIE MRS. JIM MONTGOMERY ............684-3380 BOW ISLAND MRS. D. ROBERTSON 543-2192 MRS. AtlCE 5CHAUFELE CARDSTON MRS. NORMA HULL.................... 653-2054 CARMANGAY MRS. A. T. SHUMAKER 643-2129 Contact these people for your District News or Clptsified Advertising Carmangay Lionettes elect officers Lions aid CARMANGAY tion of officers took place at the May meeting of the Lion- ettes. Elected were. Judy Hildreth, president; Sharon Silsbe, vice- president; Ruth Shumaker, sec- retary; Lydia Anderson, assis- tant secretary; Charlene Shear- er, treasurer; Edith Church, Lion tamer; and Joy Laczo, tail-twister. The Lions will install their new officers in June. A book exchange is planned. Ruth Shumaker will be in charge of this project, Mrs. Doreen Miller, nursing Piiiclier RCMP active unit PJNCHER CREEK (Special' During a two-month period the town detail of the RCMP handled 28 highway traffic act charges, six written traffic warnings; 24 criminal code charges, seven impaired driv- ing charges, 30 liquor control act charges, 123 intoxication arrests, and 163 complaints. supervisor, had sent a thank you" to the club for the hair dryer and electric fry pan pre- sented to the hospital ard as- sured them they were being used. She also thanked them for the supply of home-made cookies for the patients and staff and cards presented to the mothers ho WTC hospital patients o n Mothers' Day. Schrage. Baczuk will cup for slick work under hood COALDALE (HNS) Wer- ner Schrage and Dwayne Bac- zuk of Kate Andrews High School here won a trophy for highest marks in the written examination of an automobile trouble shooting contest at Cal- gary recently. Neil Horlacher, power me- chanics instructor at Kate An- drews, says the boys came within a whisker of winning the mechanical test too. The event brought together representatives from 18 high schools south of Red Deer to compete for the right to ad- vance to the national finals and in scholarships at Winni- peg. The competition consisted of both written and a trouble- shooting mechanical contest. Five attend church parley CLARESHOLM (Spcciall young people from the Claresholm Church of the Na- zarene attended the 1973 con- vention of the Western Canada Nazarene Young People's So- ciety held in the Camrose Lu- theran College, Camrose. Going from Claresholm were: Alma Quantz, Sherry Smith, Norma Burwash, Sam Quantz and Larrv Smith hospital Open pit mine rescue awards won NATAL (HNS) Eight Kai- ser Resources Limited employ- ees vere among a class of 11 who passed recent examinations leading to open pit mine rescue certificates. Instructor for the course was Albert Littler, mine rescue co- ordinator at the provincial mine rescue station at Fernie. Gaining certificates were Ole Rothel, Frank Bates, Yves La- borderie and Gary Borgen of Harmer maintenance; Ray Cor- coran, Shorty Mercereau and Vince Collucci of Harmer op- erations; Ray Comerm and Terrance Rowlinson of the RCMP. Wytze Kmgmo of Pla- cid Oil. and Keith Watson of B.C. Telephone. Clothes drier imprisons tiny tols RAYMOND (HNS) Les- lie. and Douglas, lla, children of Mr and Mrs. Briant Gurney of Raymond, spent hours locked inside a discarded clothes drier in a local back >ard recently. They appear to be none the worse for their ordeal. The drier had an air vent. RCMP and citizens search- ed for the children. They were found by a woman who heard their cries for help. CARMAN GAY (HNS) The Carmangay Lions Club has made a presentation of ?500 to the Little Bow Municipal Hos- pital as part-payment toward a phj siotherapy unit for the hos- pital Pension plan sessions set Lethbridge Canada Pension Plan manager J. C. (Fern) Bou- chard says Louis Laplace will be at Elan-more in the Federal Building June 7 from 10 a m. to p.m. and at Pincher Creek m the town hall June 3 from 9 a m. to 52 noon. Mr. Laplace will answer questions about the plans. Tax rate bokls steady COALDALE (HNS) Town council has set the mill rate for 1973 at 84 mills the same as last year. Property tax notices are ex- pected to go into the mail June 15. A 10 per cent tax discount will be given up to July 31. The education foundation re- funds from the new tax reduc- tion plan will range from ?100 to Persons receiving supple- mentary pensions will be eligible for refund of the en- tire education levy. DAN'S GREENHOUSE Located mile east of the Stockyards on Highway 3 East Have o large variety of BEDDING-OUT PLANTS BEGONIAS if GARDEN MUMS PETUNIAS GERANIUMS PANSIES TOMATOES DAN'S GREENHOUSE Open Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. including Sunday Therapist Jacquelyn Nilsson of Ray- mond will work as a speech therapist in the Barons-Eureka Health Unit. She will help children over- come speech problems. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nilsson of Raymond. DI-SYSTON 15% Granular Controls all aphids, including strains resistant to chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticides. Long-lasting control up to 6 to 8 weeks after application. No protection gaps. Protection starts the instant plants emerge. More natural insect control. Insecticide inside the plant can't destroy beneficial insect populations when applied as directed. Foi clean, healthy potatoes, give aphids and leafhoppers a smack in their suckers the instant they sit down to dinner. Apply DI-SYSTON15% Granular as you plant. Your dealer has it now. RESPONSEability to you and nature CHEMAGRO LIMITED 77 City Centre Drive Mississaugua, Ontario T31MC 130 to go! Our target of 200 brand new 1973 cars and trucks by the end of June is right on the bullseye. We're rolling out the red carpet and really dealing. Come in now... We need your clean model trade. One-stop car shop at Beny's where you get on-the-spot bank rate fin- ancing... See your favorite Beny sa lesman now on the car of your choice. Til O f s tt f s a B J OK SUPERMARKET MAIN GARAGE CAR LOT AND SHOWROOM PHONE 328-1101 ;