Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
-Wcdnciduy, November 4, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 DISTRICT DOINGS Notary Public SPARWOOD (IINS) Earl Tabor of Sparwood took 11 oath ot notary public befoi- Judge Provcnzano at Crai brook recently. Bolster Police S'PARWOOD (IINS) Wor has been received a man an one more car will be assignc temporarily to the Epavwoo RCMP detachment. Attends Parley GRAS'SY LAKE William Redd of Grassy'Lake is attend ing tlie annual meeting o United Grain Growers Limitei Nov. 4 and 5 at Winnipeg. He is Ihe delegate for tin Grassy Lake UGG local. Subdivision FERNiE (IINS) Selkirk Planning and Engineering Com pany is planning to begin con struclion this spring on a new subdivision. Selkirk president Mr. Mad dock has asked confirmation from cily council that it wil incorporate the area and Ilia sewer connections will be made available. Lots will be 75 by 100 feet Starts Nov. 15 NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Natal. Sparwood Curling Club presi- dent Waller Rybachuk of Spar- wood says curling in the local district will start Nov. 15 and plans call lor a men's club, women's club and for mixed curling. Contact Siro Cimolini and either Sally Travis or Lucille Hybachuk. Expropriation CHANBROOK (Special) City council has instructed its city solicitor to launch expro- priation proceedings against owners of two properties across from each nther in the 2000 block of South 2nd St. City offers based on indepen- dent appraisals for righls-of- way north and south are sub- stantially lower than the separ- ate prices the two owners have set. Year-long negotiations have not altered positions. Workshop Set FOREMOST (Special) An "Encounter Discovery Work- shop" is to be staged 2t Fore- most Uniled Church S'aturdayj Nov. 7. Rev. Leslie Smith will direcl it under the auspices of the Southern Alberta presbytery, Mr. Smith says the workshop Is intended to reach all people interested in the growth of Hie youth programs in the church. It is hoped a large number of parents will attend. It will commence at a.m. High School Opening Nears By VICI1N UECOUX Crowsncst 1'ass Bureau BLATRMORE Grant Hall of Blairmorc was appointed chairman of the Crowsncst Pass School Division No. 63 board of trustees recently. Mrs. Lorraine Aicllo of Cole- man was named vice-chairman. An official opening for the new Crowsncsl High School will re held in January, 1971. A lender for providing bleach- ers for the Crowsnest Pass ligh School was awarded to Modernfohl Lid. of Calgary. The Alberta School Trustees Association convention is being ittended by trustees Grant Hall, Veno Pozzi, Joe Krywolt and superiniendanl William Ede. The resignation of Mrs. D. 3ugdale as housekeeper at Jellevue was accepted and Mrs. 0. Rossi was hired as house- keeper for the M. D. McEach- ern School at Maple Loaf. Contract for the purchase of a new bus was awarded to CrowsnesL Pass Motors of Blainmjrc. Liquor Act 'Dark Ages Holdover' LUNDBHECK (CNP Bureau Attorney General Edgar Gcrhart. speaking at the recen ;ocial Credit nominating meet ng here, spoke about the pro- msed reduction of the age o majority from 21 years to 18 r 19 years. He requested an opinion from le meeting on the proposer hange. The sentimenl was for 8 as tlie right age of majority Mr Gerhart also proposer oulhs up lo 18 years of age 3 classed as juveniles. Mr. Gerhart called the A1- erla Liquor Act a "holdover rom the dark ages." He indicated Ihe slalutes per- aining to illegal possessioi: 'ould be revised. MLA Charles Drain was nom- lated for Pjneher Creek-Crows- est. Hiss Gallagher Showered. Wilh Gills IRON SPRINGS faureen Gallagher of Edmon- on was Ihe guest of honor at a is cell an ecus shower bald in 13 Hunlsville ''School auditori- m recently. The guests were welcomed y Mrs. B. G. Nolan and the rogram was convened by Mrs. E. Haney. During the evening Miss Gal- agher was presented with a asket of gifts for her future ome. She was assisted in openjng IG gifts by Mrs. B. Willis, ITS. L. Hirsche, and Mrs. S. akcs, all of Lethbndge. The auditorium was decorat- in a pink and wliitc for tire rccasion. Lunch was served to guests. AST A Honors L. K. Haney IRON SPRINGS Lconard K. Haney will be pre- sented with an honorary life membership when the Alberta School Trustees Associalion holds ils annual convention in Edmonlon this week. The presentation will be made by R. D. Gruenwald, president. Mr. Ilancy was elected to the Lclhbridge School Division No. 7 board in 195C. When the County of Lelli- bridgc 26 was formed in 1S62 he was elected councillor for this area and served as chair- man of the school board for the next six years. He was ap- pointed to the board of the Lethbridge Junior College in ltt'17. W I N S SCHOLARSHIP Alan Nakalsni ot Picture B n I I e earned an average mark of 87.5 per cent in Grade 12 lo win (lie Alberta Hotel Assccalion Scholarship of SGOO. He is studying engi- neering al liie University of Albcrlii. Photo. Name Coroners EPARWOOD (IINS) Word has been received from the at- orney general's office Vic- oria, B.C., of Ihe appointment it Dr. Ernesto Luzod and Earle Tabor as coroners here. Coroner L. Cheslon left the area several years ago. Sparwood Vole Test December 12 NATAL, B.C. (IINS) Mun- icipal elections will be held Sat- urday, Dec. 12 and voters here will be required lo choose a mayor and Uirec aldermen. Additional seals may become vacant if any of Ihe aldermen who have served only the firsl year of their two-year terms wisli Lo resign lo contend [or Lhe position of mayor. Tlie post licit! by the laic mayor, John Thomson, would have become vacant at the year-end, along wilh I hose of aldermen Earl Tabor. M o 11 v Lalka and Joe Altomarc. Those aldermen who have one more year to serve on their present lerm are Siro Cimolini. Doug Lowe and Alex Walker. Nomination day is Nov. 30. One school board trustee's term, Bruno Bcvilacqua, em- pires at Ihe end of Ihe year. Elections of a director lo rep- electoral Area A on the Regional District of East Koot- enay v. ill also lake place in con junction with Hie civic election The lerm of Ihe present incum Dent, George Fedorek of Nalal who has indicated an intcrjsl m running again for (he posi .ion, expires Dec. 31. Blue Herons Will Be Dislurbod CP Rail Relocates Track Ity NANCY JULES Special Correspondent airporl on (he west end of SI. CRANBROOK Track-lay- Mary's Reserve, which also ing, almost the final phase of provides all reserve access. Hie new relocated !d miles of CP Rail right-of-way in tin's vic- inity, is now under way by a Creek along which runs Hie I Also along this section al Cranbrook access road lo ils present is an amazed heronry where these great blue birds have a long-established colony on St. Mary's River isolated brckwatcrs. Their relocation plans, i! any, are not included Bolh overpasses are nearly j ready for track-laying. i, Largest part of Ihe rlghl-of-, in Ihe general engineering, but sleel gang of aboul 30 men from j way job was moving of some it seems unlikely they will have work-train headquarters at the four million cubic yards of fill j a taste for the long diescl new Fort Steele wye. most of it for the spectacular' freights which carry in and out The to ties had section south of Ihe St. Mary's most of Ihe West and East COALDALE TOWN new lown council members al Coaldale. Back row, from left: Herb Fletcher, secretary-treasurer; and councillors Frank F. Wiens, leRon Low, Hans Pfeffol and Abe Ens, Front row, from left: Councillor Ben Reimer, Mayor A.F. Blakie and Councillor Mrs. Frank (Erna) Goerlzen. Mary Tymburski Pholo Council Committees Named COALDALE (HNS) Mayo A. F. Blalde and councilloi Abe Ens and Mrs. Fran Ema) Goertzen took oaths office at a recent town counc meeting. The mayor then annovmce lis committee appointments L lollpws: Finance and budjci: the cr ire council. Public works and drainage WESTINGHOUSE GAS DRYERS With 1 year free service by Weslinghouse fac lory trained personnel also includedl SUGGESTED LIST CAPITOL'S PRICE Abe Ens chairman with Han, Pfeflel. Water and sewer: LeRon Ixn (no change Health unit: Frank F. Wiens Oldman River Regional Plan ning Commission: Mayor A. F Blakie. Fire and ambulance: Framl F. Wiens. Recreation: Ben Heimer. Library: Mrs. Frank (Erna Goertzen. Police: Hans Pfeffcl. Garbage: Hans Pfeffcl. Economic development com mission: Ben Reimer. Insurance: Mayor Blakie chairman, Ben Reimer. Pre-paid services, sLree lights, electricity and gas: Le Ron Low, chairman, Ben Reini er and Mrs. Frank (E r n a Goertzen. Green Acres Foundations Mrs. Frank (Erna) Goertzen. Employees and salary; Frank F. Wiens, chairman, LeRrm Low, Mayor Blakie and Abe Ens. Mrs. Frank W. Dyck was ap- pointed Lown representative on Ihe Victorian Order of Nurses Board. Mrs. Helen Unrau helc Ihis post until recently. She has iaken up residence in Lcth- bridge. Peter Lctkemann was as- signed to the police commis- sion. He will replace Abe Ens who is now on council. There only one councillor on the commission. Mrs. Frank (Erna) Goerl7.en s the first woman councillor or the town of Coaldale. Mrs. Scott Davis served as reeve of he Village of Coaldale. Coal- dale became a town in 1352. VIrs. CJiiwsoii Honored STIRLING (HNS) Mrs. 'rank Clawson was Ihe honored ucst at a special evening at le home of Mrs. Lynn Hirsche eccntly. Games were enjoyed undcj ic direction of Mrs. Clifford irschc. A gift was presented lo Mrs. lawson. She and her family an to make their lionic al lanish Fork, Utah. Holmans Appreciate Hospitality CARDSTON (IINS) A let- ter of appreciation was received by town council from Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holman of San Luis Obispo, Calif., for the fine care they received from Del Williams while staying in the Lions Park during the snow- storm in September. Deputy-mayor is Hector Baines. Tlie following citizens were appointed to serve on the rec- reational board: Donald Card, Brent Nielson, Kennelh Hol- and, Jack Beck, Dr. Fred Spackman, Mrs. Elaine Rcm- inglon, M e 1 v i n Pilcher, and Rev. Carnochan. Mrs. Alice Burt and W. C. Buettner will serve on Ihe li- brary board. RARE BLOOMER :ome s c c i e s of bamboo only once every 120 90 Attend Oldtimers Banquet WARNER More llian 90 at- euded the recent semi-annual )ot-luck supper sponsored by he Warner Oldtimers' Aswicia- ion, Supper was held in Ihe Lions lall. Guesls were present I r o m Calgary. Lethbridge. Raymond, Tew Daylon, Wrenthani, Milk Four Comers, Mont. The following program was n joyed: greetings and wel- ome to Uie group by Mayor ack Ashmore of Warner; mus- cat numbers vocal and in- trumental and varying style y Mr. and Mrs. Rex Baker, [esdamcs Gundlock and Hawk- is, Messrs. liridgc. German, reeno, Hale and Rowland. A lively dance lunc produced two slcp dancers, Jack Carr and Robert Ross still able lo show what once was just lun but now in their chillies a bit slower and Mrs. K. B. Piltman read two of her original poems, aptly de- scribing some of (lie guests. Harry Smith of Milk River had prepared a paper lolling of his experiences in Warner and ils people of 1908, Dan Holladay performed selections on ilic mouth organ." been stockpiled along Ihe route and are laid, including Ihe two road overpasses. Existing Crowsnesl r o u I e since original conslruclion in J097-98 has been from Wardner lo Cranbrook via Isadore Can- yon, Uie famous lookout rock of pre-selllement days w hen Chief Isadora could command from its peak all approaches i" .Joser.'i Prairie. Kotiten'iy In- dian gathering place and now the sile of Cranbroook, from north, west and south, and es- pecially easl from where enemy tribes made frequent raids. Libby Dam pondage maxi- mum level of feet in the 42 miles pondage into Canada required replacement of the railway bridge downstream j from Wardner, and this drastic right-of-way alteration. Course of Lhe revised right-of- way deviates at North Star sec- tion within city limits and lakes ovei1 a mile or mere tvom former Cranbrook Kimbcrlcy branch to Highway 95. At this point it diverts via a nearly complete rail overpass to follow Joseph Creek lo St. River, which also required bor-; Kootenay freight via Golden row pits and diking to prolecl St. Mary's reserve properties from spring flooding. 'h Classes Offered BLAIRMOHE (CNP Bureau! The Crowsncst Pass school division has announced it will offer evening classes if interest and the CP mainline west, in addilion to Crowsnest Pass traffic, Tlie change in November will mean abandonment of some 27 miles of the present right-of- way from North Star seclion lo Colvalli a few miles casl of Wardner. F'llure use of Ibis abandoned right-of-way is slill at the speculative stage. If includes a reinforced con- c1-ete highway overpass just north of city limits constructed 17 years ago to eliminate two level railway highway cross- ings where several fatalilies is suown. Subjects will be basic English ir new Canadians; speech and diction; business machines; beginning t y p i n g; advanced typing; bookkeeping and cera- mics. Classes will be held [or 22 weeks. Ceramics will be cover- ed in a 15-week period. Fees for all classes will be Ceramics would be The division would be pleased to offer any high school course if there is sufficient interest. Interested adults should con- lact w Mary's Reserve south bound- ary, then turns east above the St. Mary's River to the Koote- _ I lai-L n. u. OKI nay Rivev a mile or so 562-2588. stream from the Highway 93 bridge over the Koolenay, crossing on a 620-foot steel bridge to Uie Foil Steele wye, and its new junction with form- er Kootenay Central line which superintendent, will become Crowsnest line to Colvalli. This multi million re-routing required a second road over- pass, tliis one over Joseph Attend Parley GRANUTiI (HNS) United Church Women learned recent- ly Mrs. T'. Mason and Mrs. R. McDougall attended the Pres- byterial in Pincher Creek. They gave their report. Clionis, Baud To Perform Thursday MILK RIVER 'Hie Erie Rivers High School Chorus will present a fall concert Thursday at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium. The chorus will be assisted on tlie concert by the ERHS Stage Band. The 35-voice chorus will pre- sent a varied program includ- ing selections by Brahms, Bach and Schubert as well as lighter selections from the Broadway shows, Fiddler on the Roof and You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. The stage band will present four selections. Both groups are directed by C. Hendrickson. Mrs. Kotkas Heads Barons History Club BARONS (HNS) Mrs. Jean Kotkas of Barons recently was named president of the newly- onned Barons History Book Club. The club will galber material for a history of the community it plans to publish. Other officers arc Mrs. Ellen Jolmson, secretary treasurer; Mrs. Irma Smith, sales, and W. Reed, vice-president. Dr. Mark Grant is the Ij bridge representative on book committee. the Information about the history of Barons and district is needed. Anyone wanting to help should contact Mrs. Kotkas. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCUIATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Dccoux, Residenl Rep., Phenft 562-2149 SOUTHERN ALBERTA LIVESTOCK MARKETING Lethbridge Public Stockyards Highway No. 3 SPECIAL CALF FEEDER SALE FRIDAY, NOV. 6th 10.00 A.M. SELLING 100 YEARLING STEERS- MdNTYRE RANCHING CO., Lelhbridgs 85 BRED COWS AND HEIFERS- Pregnancy Tested. LOUIS RAVOY, Stirling 100 STEER AND HEIFER CAIVES- JOHN PANCZAK, Mogrolh 100 STEER AND HEIFER CALVES- ANDY GRBAVAC, Raymond SO OPEN LONG YEARLING HEIFERS HARVEY FARMS, Piclure Bulle MORE EXPECTED BY SALE TIME Your marketing decision is right when you ship to the Terminal Market where the action is and the demand the broadest. ORDER BUYING Consult us before you buy your feeder callle, we will fill your order lo your specifications and. ;afisFaclion. WE ARE ALSO HOG ASSEMBLERS for Ihe Albcrla Hog Board, shipping fat hogs everyday, so consign your fat hogs to your Co-op. We also buy fat and feeder lambs. FEEDER HOG SALES: 1 P.M. Every Monday Afternoon 1 p.m. CATTLE SALES Tues., Wed., Thur., Fridays 10 a.m. BE SURE TO CONSIGN ALL YOUR LIVESTOCK TO YOUR CO-OP Serving Soulhorn Alberla for 45 Years Commission Firm Order Buyers and Exporters 327-4010 OFFICE PHONES 327-2328 Stockyards Open 24 Hours A Day.