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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HE SHOT AN ARROW IN THE AIR It landed at a Government of Alberta achieve- ment awards dinner. This modem Robin Hood, Johnny Horvath of Taber was specially recognized for commendable achievement in archery at a dinner in the Macdonald Edmonlon. This year he won firs! 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. 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 Auxiliary 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. Altlo's orchestra from Blair- more will provide the music. The event v.'ill feature a visit from St. Nick. A p-ogram 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 (CN'P Senior citizens from Bellevue, Hillorest and Frank will have the opportunity of travelling to Lethbridge by bus Nov. 16 for a fee of S3.50 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 atlentl anniversaiy event for Mr. and Mrs. Marshman Monday, November 6, 1972 THE IEIHBRIDGE HSRAID i DIG OUT MEDIAN Claresholm public works crews dig out a porlion of the median strip opposite a Claresholm shopping centre, as ordered by 1he Alberta Su- preme Court. Barry 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 the department of highways unlil recently. Tha town also faced a claim of damages from the centre fcr failing to provide ac- cess. Andersen Photo Purdy announces awards Sugar scholarships won NOBLEFORD 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 the luncheon, Ray Sailer asked the blessing. Roundup of District News J E ft H I ,r Missionary trip COALDALE eve- ning of "Around the World Mis- sionary Trip" will be held at p.m. Sunday, Nov. 12. In the Coaldale Mennonito Confer- ence Church. The event is sponsored by the Coaldale Christian Ministerial Association of the Coaldale Anglican Church of the Ascen- sion. The Rev. Canon Gordon Nek- ayamn will present a report on his recent world missionary trip. Rev. Peter lielzlnff will be Ihe chairman of the meeting and all pastors of Ihc commun- ity will pn-licipale in the ser- vice. Canon Nakayama will speak on his experiences of Christian work in Ccnlral and South America as well as South and Enst Africa and other countries where "a great spiritual reviv- al is going on." His movie films and many slides will also be shown. He will report of his meeting with Rev. Hans Wiens of the Monnonilc Church in Paraguay and on Ihe World Mcnnonltc Conference held at Curltiba, Brazil, July 18 to 20. This is a public meeting and everyone is welcome to attend. Attend party CLARESHOLM (Special) A total of 260 attended the sil- j vcr anniversary party for Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Norgard. Gordon Rrown master of ceremonies. It was held in the IOOF hall. j Kenneth Dahl made Uic pres- entation of a chair and Ihc hosts and hostesses Galvin grand knight TABER (HNS) W. R. (Bill) Galvin has been installed as grand knighl of Uic Tabcr Knighls of Columbus instal- lations were conducted by dis- Irict deputy F. Bdislu and his warden L. Wentzman of Lctli- b'.'idge. Abo placer] in official licns were Joe Krizan deputy grand knight, Bernard Kerkhoff financial secretary. Bob Hagcl Ireasuror, Gerald Beckic advo- c.ite, Constantino Correia re- cordor, Frank Kondas chancellor, Frank Rahusic lecturer, Henry B.iumstark warden, Joe ll.ich- acck, Fairlic Spark and Hubert Fyne trustees, Bob Ilngcl gen- eral chairman and Al Macha- cek membership chairman. from Mrs. Dahl p-csented a kitchen uten- sil to the couple. Lunch was followed hv dancing. Patron Sand and James Nor- gard were married Ocl. 27 1947, in Calgary. They have Iwo daughters, Sandra, a sludcnl at the Uni- versity of Calgary, and Mrs. Lawrence (Judy) Niessen, Cal- vary; and one granddaughter, Vanessa Niessen. Leaves firm PINCHER CREEK (Special) local law practice of Tur- cotl, McGurk and Jervis has been dissolved. One of the partners In the firm, W. II. K. McGurk, has j moved his office to the Batons Building at 100G Hewetson Ave. and will operate under the name of W. M. K. McGurk. Gartli A. Turcott and Tim- olhy R. Jervis will continue to practice here at the existing of- fice iuidcr die name of Turcolt and Jervis. Donates NOBLEFORD The Ladies Auxiliary to Ihc Hoyal Canadian Legion 257, re- cenlly approved donations lo the Nohlcford Tennis Club, Al- berta Crippled Children's Hos- pital, Ponoka hospital, Woods Christian Home and (he Cana- dian National Institute for Ihe Meors Tuesday COALDALE HNS) Tlie Coaldale and District Fish an< Game Association will meet a 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: Elcc lion of officers for the 1973 term. Discussions will be held on the progress of the tro'ul pond development projecl in Ihe Rcadymade area. Gravel has been obtained and there is con sidcrablc work to be done on the pond and campsite. The upcoming auction sale, lo be held towards the end o; November, will also be dis- cussed. The sale is lo 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- Blind. The totnl amount was WANTED National Mobilo Horns Manufacturer In Southern Al- borlo requires driver to operate "Towing "B" License minimum. Should bo experienced on large vans, buses or similar. Musi have references. Full time. Salary on milcago basis. Apply Box 39, Herald ATTENTION: TRANSPORT DEPT. Mrs. Lloyd elected at Raymond RAYMOND (HNS) Mrs. William Lloyd was elected pre- sident of Ihe Raymond Munici- pal Hospital Auxiliary at the Oclobcr meeting. Mrs. LeRoy Minnion, Mrs. Maralha Taylor. Mrs. Vcrland Lcnvilt, and lira. Tucker Ilir- onaka are executive officers. Past president Mrs. Brandon Scott conducted the business portion of the meeting and tlie 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. .11 lo Nov. 3, nl Edmonton. Mrs. Scott was named lo the menial health group for Raymond. Each town organization has been approached with Ihc re- quest lo have a member ap- pointed lo Ihe mcnlnl hcnllh group to nssisf In mi effort lo have a strong menial hcnlUi organization within Ihc (own. Raymond hns tin Alberla Hos- pllnl whcro more thmi 100 pat- ients nrc cared for, nil women. There were 21 members oral one visitor nl the mating. Fol- lowing Ihe business session, lunch was served and n brief social time 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 al Edmonton. An order-in-council provides for the payment of to the Pioneer Grain Company of Win- nipeg for installation of grain corn drying facilities in Taber. The second grant is n payment to Tony Birch of Taber lo 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., Cranbroolr Sales Point, sold 490 head of mixed cattle recenlly at a total of ?101.37G. manager Bill Bradford reports. It brought lo 3.984 head its 1972 turnover so far, at a tolal relurn of with three more sales to go. Cranbrook Sales Point final sales for the year arc the mixed sale Nov. 15 and cleanup sale Nov. 29. 40 attend CLARESHOLM (Special) workshop of the Evangeli- cal Church Women at Milo was attended by -10 women from Brooks, Hussar. Scandia, Lo- mond and Standard. Mrs. Orlan Berg of Clarcs- Nolm, 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 Slray; 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 lo 95-year-old "Grandma Volsey" of Vulcan by Suzanne Marshman. Harold Marshman and Viola Lebsack were married al Champion Oct. 10, 1947. They moved to Noblcford in I9G4, where they continue to reside. They have two daughters, Marilyn and Suzanne, both of Lelhbridge. Town council committees unchanged TABER 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'. Recrealion and library: R Bruce Milliken and Kenneth McDonald. Health and welfare: Wayne L. Gough, Mrs. Helen Development committee: Kenneth McDonald (industrial Mike Powell (farm and Dennis II. TiHn Salary committee: Mayor Arthur H. Avery. Kennelh Mc- Donald and secretary tea- surer Thomas M. Anton. Boards: Mrs. Helen Wcnlz. Clcarvic-w Lodge; Dennis M. Turin. Oldman River Regional Planning Commission; Wayne Cough. R n r o n r. Eureka Health Unit; Mrs. Helen Wenlz, Taber school division: Dennis 11. Turin. Tabcr Public Library board; Bruce Millikcn, and regional recreation hoards: and Kenneth Mc- Donald, Tabcr industrial devel- opment committee. TABER (HNS) Canadian Sugar- Factories Ltd. Schol- have been awarded lor 1972 to the following senior ma- triculation students in the sug- ar beet growing areas of South- em Alberta. These annual scholarships ol each are awarded to stud- ents of high 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 Unman Catholic Diocese of Cal- gsi-y officiated at the opening and blessing of tlie new addi- lion !c St. Patrick's elemen- tary school here. Bishop O'Byrne was assisted by Rev. John Lehmann and Rev. Donald O'Dwyer of St. Augustine's Parish here. School principal Clarence Wentz and separate school board chai-man 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 ccsl of S122.555 was planned by Norman H. Fooks also of Lelh- bridge. The ollicial opening followed a special service conducted in Ihc school auditorium which was also enlarged in the build- ing addition. Wliiteliorse visitors entertained TURIN (IKS) Mr. ;.nd Mrs. Jlike Paska? were enter- tained recently with a buffet supper. They returned here for a visit before reluming lo Ihcir home al Whitchorsc. Yukon Territo- ries Mike Paskal was a leader of Ihc 4-11 Beef Club, served as a member of Ihc local school Ijuiini iii'ii actiiu in UUG and Uniform. Mrs. Alice Paskal headed a women's Fewing group and held office in Ihc Turin Home and School. She also served on the advisory board in the depart- ment of agriculture for Leth bridge County 26. Miss Karen Swartzenberger from Picture Butte High School attending the University of Lethbridge. Miss Linda Unger from Kate Andrews High School Coaldalc, attending Bible School. Kenneth Skeith from Ray- mond High School, attending the University of Alberta. Dennis Kununoto from W. R. Myers High School. Taber, attending the University of Cal- gary. Miss Ruth Ann Bom from Vauxhal! High School, attend- ing Bible School. Miss Karen Corraini from Senator Gershaw High School Bow Island, attending Ihc Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. Raymond Hartman won a S100 scholarship awa-dcd lo a University of LeUibridge stud- ent. Murray Pavan won a S150' scholarship awarded to the i School of Agriculture, lyC 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. 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. Pinclier Creek, Robert Roth, re- luming officer, has set the date of Nov. 22. with the poll to ba located at the school division of- fice at 921 Davidson Ave. Tlie liours 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) Tlie Pincher Creek Boxing Club will hold wo-kouls 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 im- j dcr are lo attend from 7 lo 8 p.m. and those 16 years and old-; er from 8 to 9 p.m. All 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-' partmenl at t FOR COMPLETE BOOK PUBLISHING The Utlibridge herald PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 or 328-4411 Sugar festival postponed TABER (IINS) Poslponc- neiil of Ihc 1972 annual sii.qar cslival for al least Iwo months vas announced al n recent nccting of Ihc chnmbcr of commerce council by ils presi- dent Gordon S. Saundcrs. Mr, Saundcrs told the coun- cil thai co-chairman Cass Mey- er (or the chamber and Ed rong for the businessmen's as- sociation required more lime o complete nrraiigcmcnls than viis nllowcd for Ihe p-oposed Nov. 17 nnd 18 dales. Now scheduled (or Ihe Intler part of January or curly Feb- ruary, the festival may now coincide wilb Ibe annual clinm- hcr dinner.' for which Premier Peter Loughced has been In- vited M guest speaker. Mr. Louphecd will sot Ihc din- ner dale lo suit his conveni- ence if he finds it possible lo accept Ihe long-slanding invi- tation. COACH BOBROV COMMENTS Soviet Condi Hobrov hod sonio very inlcrosiing tliingi lo about Mm big Canoda- Rimin lioekoy series during a .special in I or view nrrongrd by Wookond Magazine. Its all Idem for you 1o read about IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE ;