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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HE SHOT AN ARROW THE AIR It landed at a Government of Alberta achieve- ment awards dinner. This modern Robin Hood, Johnny Horvath of Taber was specially recognized for commendable achievement in archery at a dinner in the Macdonald Edmonton. This year he won first place in Canadian barebow target; first place, Al- berta championship barebow field, target and clout; first place provincial indoor and third place Canadian indoor. He was high scorer in summer games 1971-1972. Monday, November 6, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HSRAUJ Pass words Christmas party Dec. 13 BELLEVUE. (CNP Bureau) Members of the Senior Citi- zens organization in Bellevue will be treated to a Christmas party in the Mapleview Hall in Maple Leaf Dec. 13. A banquet supper provided by the Ladies AuxiliaT to the Bellevue Royal Canadian Le- gion will be held for the senior citizens only and will be fol- lowed by a dance. It will be open to the public. Aldo's orchestra from Blair- more will provide the music. The event will feature a visit from St. Nick. A program of entertainment is being planned for the annual event. The party is being organized by the Preventive Social Ser- vice offices. Travel to Lethbridge Nov. 16 BELLEVUE (CNP Senior citizens from Bellevue, Hillorest and Frank will have the opportunity of travelling to Lethbridge by bus Nov. 16 for a fee of return. The Christmas shopping trip is being organized by the Pre- ventive Social Service. The bus fare includes a chicken dinner to be held at the Lethbridge Golden Mile Drop-In Centre. Tickets for the trip can be obtained at the Bellevue Muni- cipal office. The first 36 to ap- ply for the tickets will be taken on the trip. 200 attend anniversary event for Mr. and Mrs. Marshman NOBLEFORD (SpeciaD- About two hundred friends and relatives attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Jock) Marsh- man. The celebration was held in the Noble Central School audi- torium. Prior UK luncheon, Ray Sailer asked the blessing. Roundup of' Missionary and many slides will also be shown. COALDALE An will report of his meeting ning of "Around the World Rev. Hans Wiens of the sionary Trip" will be held Church in Paraguay p.m. Sunday, Nov. 12. on the World Mennonite the Coaldale Mennonite held at Curitiba, ence July ]8 to 20. The event is sponsored by is a public meeting and Coaldale Christian is welcome to attend. Association of the Anglican Church of the party The Rev. Canon Gordon Nek-ayama will present a report on his recent world (Special) A total of 260 attended the silver anniversary party for Mr. Rev. Peter Relzlaff will be the chairman of the meeting and all pastors of the community will participate in the Mrs. J. G. Norgard. Gordon Brown was master of ceremonies. It was held in the IOOF hall. Kenneth Dahl made the pres- Canon Nakayama will speak-on his experiences of Christian work in Central and of a chair and from the hosts and hostesses Mrs. Dahl p-esented a kitchen uten- America as well as South to the couple. Lunch was East Africa and other countries where "a great spiritual revival is going on." His bv dancing. Patrea Sand and James Norgard were married Oct. 27 in Calgary. have two daughters, a student at the Uni- of Calgary, and Mrs. Lawrence (Judy) Niessen, Cal-cary; and one granddaughter, Niessen. firm PINCHER CREEK (Special) local law practice of Tur- McGurk and Jen-is has been dissolved. One of the partners In the firm, W. M. K. McGurk, has Ms office to the Batons TABER (HNS) W. at 1006 Hewetson Ave. (Bill) Galvin has been will operate under the as grand knight of the of W. M. K. McGurk. Knights of Columbus A. Turcott and Tim- lations were conducted bv R. Jervis will continue to trict deputy r. Bclislc and here at the existing of- warden L. Wentzman of under the name of Turcott b'-'idge. j Ond Also placed in official ticns were Joe Krizan deputy grand knight, Bernard financial secretary. Bob treasurer, Gerald Beckic Ladies Auxiliary to the cate, Constantino Correia Canadian Legion 257, re- approved donations to Frank Hondas Nobleford Tennis Club, Al- Frank Rabusic lecturer, Crippled Children's Hos- Baumslark warden, Joe Ponoka hospital, Woods acck, Fairlie Spark and Home and the Cana- Pyne trustees, Bob Ilagel National Institute for the eral chairman and Al The total amount was membership National Mobilo Horns Manufacturer In Southern borta requires driver to operate "Towing "B" License minimum. Should be experienced on vans, buses or similar. Must have references. Full Salary on milcago Apply Box 39, ATTENTION: TRANSPORT Moots Tuesday COALDALE HNS) The Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 7, in the John Davidson School. President George Beganny stressed it will be an import- art meeting. He urged a good attendance. Included on the agenda: Elec- tion of officers for the 1973 term. Discussions will be held on the progress of the tro'ut pond development project in the Rcadymade area. Gravel has been obtained and there is con- siderable work to be done on tile pond and campsite. The upcoming auction sale, to be held towards the end of November, will also be dis- cussed. The sale is to raise funds for association projects. 36 permits CRANBROOK (Special) City building inspector John Davis reports issuing in Octo- ber 36 permits for new build- ing estimated in value at 900'. It included one large com- mercial building at a quarter million dollars, and 10 residen- Mrs. Lloyd elected at Raymond RAYMOND (HNS) Mrs. William Lloyd was elected pre- sident of the Raymond Munici- pal Hospital Auxiliary at the October meeting. Mrs. LcRoy Minnion, Mrs. Maratha Taylor. Mrs. Vcrland Lcavitt, and Mrs. Tucker Hir- onaka are executive officers. Past president Mrs. Brandon Scott conducted the business portion of the meeting and the election of new officers. The meeting was held in the auxi- liary room of the hospital. Two members were named lo represent the Raymond auxi- liary at the coming provincial convention Oct. 31 to Nov. 3, nt Edmonton. Mrs. Scott was named to the mental health group for Raymond. Each town organization has been approached with the re- quest lo have a member ap- pointed to the mental health group to assist in an effort lo linve a strong mental health organization within the town. Raymond has nn Alberta Hos- pital whore- more thitn 100 pat- ients nrc cared for, all women. There were 21 members and one visitor nt the meeting. Fol- lowing the business session, lunch was served and n brief soclnl tlnio was enjoyed. tial unit starts at No industrial building per- mits were issued. Totals for 1972 now stand at 326 permits estimated in value at compared with 284 permits for the same period of 1971 valued at indicating 1972 may establish a new record. Agro grants TABER (HNS) Two agri- cultural assistance grants have been authorized for Tabcr at Edmonton. An order-in-council provides for the payment of to the Pioneer Gram Compajiy of Win- nipeg for installation of grain corn drying facilities in Taber. The second grant is a payment to Tony Birch of Taber to assist in the construc- tion or renovation of farm labor housing accommodation according to the terms of the federal provincial manpower agreement. 490 head sold CRANBROOK (Special) Community Auctions Sales Ltd., Cranbrook Sales Point, sold 490 head of mixed cattle recently at a total of manager Bill Bradford reports. It brought to 3.984 head its 1972 turnover so far, at a total return of with three more sales to go. Cranbrook Sales Point final sales for the year are the mixed sale Nov. 15 and cleanup sale Nov. 29. 40 attend CLARESHOLM (Special) The workshop of the Evangeli- cal Church Women at Milo was attended by 40 women from Brooks, Hussar. Scandia, Lo- mond and Standard. Mrs. Orlan Berg of Clares- holm, president, of the southern Alberta district of the ELCW, presided. District secretary is Mrs. Wayne Berg of Standard. The program consisted of MP Ken Hurlburt as an auctioneer; accordian selections by the Zanoni family; a violin selec- tion by Kirk Hofman accompa- nied by his grandmother, Mrs. Nettie Hofman; piano solo by Barbara Siray; vocal solo by Norman Lebsack: singing by the Hartung family; and Mar- ilyn Marshman gave a history of the "Marshmans." Chairman was Howard Hagg. A special part of the program was the presentation of a cor- sage to 95-year-old "Grandma Voisey" of Vulcan by Suzanne Marshman. Harold Marshman and Viola Lebsack were married at Champion Oct. 10, 1947. They moved to Nobleford in 1964, where they continue to reside. They have two daughters, Marilyn and Suzanne, both of Lethbridge. Town council committees unchanged TAEER coun- cil held its statutory meeting recently and there were no changes in committee struc- ture or appointments to boards. Earlier in October J. Bruce Millikcn was named deputy mayor for six months. All members of council com- prise the finance committee. Operations committee; Wayne L. Gough (cemetery and Mike Powell (gar- bage R. Bruce Milli- ken (public and Den- nis M. Turin Fire committee: Mrs. Helen Wentz and Dennis M. Turin. Police commission: Mayor Arthur H. Avon'. Recreation and library: R. Bruce Milliken and Kenneth McDonald. Health and welfare: Wayne L. Gough, Mrs. Helen Wentz. Development committee: Kenneth McDonald (industrial Mike Powell (farm and Dennis M. Turin Salary committee: Mayor Arthur H. Avery, Kenneth Mc- Donald and secretary trea- surer Thomas M. Anton. Boards: Mrs. Helen Wentz. Lodge: Dennis M. Turin. Oldman River Regional Planning Commission; Wayne L. Cough. R n r o r; s Eureka Health Unit: Mrs. Helen Wentz, Taber school division; Dennis M. Turin. Tabcr Public Library board; Bruce Millikcn, Taber and regional recreation boards: and Kenneth Mc- Donald, Tabcr industrial devel- opment committee. DIG OUT MEDIAN Claresholm public works crews dig out a portion of median strip opposite a Cloresholm shopping centre, as ordered by the Alberta Su- preme Court. Borry Finance Company, owner of the centre, asked the court to deal with a 1971 motion by town council to open the median, that was not carried out. Town officials did not receive permission from tb e department of highways until recently. The town also faced a claim of damages from the centre for failing to provide ac- cess, Andersen Photo Purdy announces awards Sugar scholarships won TABER (HNS) Canadian Euga- Factories Ltd. Schol- aitliips have been awarded for 1972 to the following senior ma- triculation students in the sug- ar 'beet growing areas of South- ern Alberta. These annual scholarships of each are awarded to stud- ents of nigh academic stand- ards who are continuing their education at a recognized post- secondary institution. Bishop opens school TABER (HNS) Rt.-Rev. Bishop Paul O'Byrne of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cal- gary officiated at the opening and blessing of the new addi- tion to St. Patrick's elemen- tary school here. Bishop O'Byrne was assisted by Rev. John Lehrnann and Rev. Donald O'Dwyer of St. Augustine's Parish here. School principal Clarence Wentz and separate school board chairman Joe Chomany participated in the ribbon-cut- ting ceremony opening the new classroom and library addition. The new construction com- pleted earlier by Lethbridge contractors Earl and Crane at a ccst of S122.555 was planned by Norman H. Fooks also of Leth- bridge. The official opening followed a special service conducted in the school auditorium which was also enlarged in the build- ing addition. Wliitehorse visitors entertained TURIN (HNS) Mr. f.nd Mrs. Mike Paskal were enter- tained recently with a buffet supper. They returned here for a visit before returning to their home a( Whitehorsc, Yukon Territo- ries. Mike Paskal uas a leader of the 4-H Beef Club, served as a member of the local school ijmmi jirii active in UGG and Uniform. Mrs. Alice Paskal headed women's sewing group and held office in the Turin Home and School. She also served on the advisory board in the depart- ment of agriculture for Leth- bridge County 26. Sugar festival postponed TABER (HNS) Postpone- ment of the 1972 annual sugar festival for at least two mouths was announced at a recent meeting of the chamber of commerce council by its presi- dent Gordon S. Sounders. Mr. Saundcrs toM the coun- cil that co-chairman Cass Mey- er for the chamber and Ed Kong for the businessmen's as- sociation required more time to complete arrangements than wjis allowed for the proposed Nov. 17 and 18 dales. Now scheduled for the Inllcr part of January or early Feb- ruary, the festival may now coincide with tlie annual cham- ber dinner for which Premier Peter Loughced has been In- vited guest speaker. Mr. Loughced will set the din- ner date lo suit his conveni- ence if he finds it possible to accept, the long-standing invi- tation. Miss Karen Swartzenberger from Picture Butte High School attending the University of Lethbridge. Miss Linda Unger from Kate Andrews High School Coaldale, attending Bible School. Kenneth Skeith from Ray- mond High School, attending the University of Alberta. Dennis Kunimoto from W. R. Myers High School. Taber, attending the University of Cal- gary. Miss Ruth Ann Born from Vauxhall High School, attend- ing Bible School. Miss Karen Corraini from Senator Gershaw High School Bow Island, attending the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. Raymond Hartman won a flOO scholarship awarded to a University of Lethbridge stud- ent. Murray. Pavan won a SI 50 scholarship awarded to the School of Agriculture, Leth- bridge Community College. Alistair Campbell Dick, en- tering a master's program in soil science, won a S500 scholar- ship awarded to a University of Alberta student. D. W. Purdy, general mana- ger, announced the awards. I Vote Nov. 22 for trustee PINCHER CREEK (Special) With the need for an elec- tion for a second trustee to serve on subdivision 6, Town of Pincher Creek, Robert Roth, re- turning officer, has set the date of Nov. 22. with the poll to be located at the school division of- fice at 921 Davidson Ave. The hours are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mrs. Wade Tink and Mrs. Garth Turcott have been nom- inated. Valleyfair gym place to box PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek Boxing Club will hold workouts Mon- days and Wednesdays, begin- ning Nov. 6, at the Valleyfair gymnasium. All interested persons may attend during the first two ses- sions. All those 15 years and un- der are to attend from 7 to S p.m. and those 16 years and old- er from 8 to 9 p.m. AH those attending boxing club activities must have a medical examination. These will be arranged at a later date. Contact Ed Steiger at 627-3683 or the parks and recreation de- partment at 627-4322. 1 w FOR The Lctlibridgc herald PRINTING AND I LITHOGRAPHY 1 t 327-3203 or COACH BOBROV COMMENTS Soviet Coocli Kobrov had sonio very inlcrosling tilings lo say about Iho big Canoda- Rimin hockey sorici during a special interview arrangrd by Wookond Magazine, Its all Ilioto for you to read about IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE ;