Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Octob.r 24, 1970 Indians Establish Basketball Teams The first athletic program for the Lethbridge Friendship Cen- tre get under way Monday when about 45 boys and girls are expected to turn out to form two basketball teams. At several organization meetings in the centre, tl groups decided to call t h e i teams INATSO, Indian Allileti and Social Club, and will carr red and white colors. Through the parks and rec reation department, ce tre arranged gymnasium spae in St. Patrick's school Monda and Tuesday p.m. to The department of Indian af fairs has agreed to buy un forms for both teams. Stella Lapatac, well know basktball player from norther Alberta, will handle the girl team and two men from th department of physical educ, tion at the Lethbridge Com munity College, Chris Costl and Larry Golby will coac the boys' team. The teams will concentrat on invitational tournaments an exhibition games in gunning for the Alberta Native Basketba Championship in Edmonton lat in the season. Members of the teams conn, from the surrounding reserves although thrre are some mem bers from the Blackfoot Re- serve near Gleichen. All the members are attending high Taylor Here Oct. 28 For Road Meeting Gordon Taylor, provincial minister of highways and youth, will address the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce high- way meeting in Ericksen's Family Restaurant Oct. 28 from 2-4 p.m. The h i g h ways committee from the chamber, chaired by Tom McFarlane, has changed the format of the meeting and has asked the minister to com- ment on four main issues. He will outline programs of work for south Alberta, includ- ing: work for Highway 3 from Monarch to a point west of the railway tracks west of Fort M a c 1 e o d and from Purple Springs to Medicine Hat; an adequate sign on Highway 1 at the junction of Highway 3 indi- cating Lethbridge and the Crowsnest Pass; lighting for major junctions; and other highway construciton as brought up by discussion at the meeting. school, the LCC or the Uni versity of Lethbridge. Any teams interested in ar ranging exhibition games in th future are asked to contact the Lethbridge Friendship Centre at 328-7361. Time Boosts Flights Time Airways Ltd. will in- crease flights from Lethbridgo to Medicine Hat from once a week Jo five times a week ef- fective Monday. The flights will leave Left- bridge at a.m. and arrive in Medicine Hat at The company will also in- crease Lethbridge Edmon- ton return flights to three daily from the present two. On these flights, the turbo prop Twin Otter service will be used for the first time through to Ed- monton resulting in fewer transfers at Calgary. Tune will continue to operate six daily flights from Leth- >ridge to Calgary but because of the change from Daylight Saving Time to standard time lunday, there will be minor light adjustments for various connections with cross-country lights through Calgary. The new schedule for flights, from Lethbridge to Calgary will depart at 7 a.m., 8, :30 p.m., and 7, to make connections with east wes flights in Calgary. BROBDIGNAGIAN POTATOES? Mrs. Nelly Attridge, 1209 9th holds one of a number of three-pound potatoes she grew this year in her garden. Mrs. Attridge, 84, has kept up a gardening hobby for a num ber of years, but this is the first time she has grown giant-sized potatoes. The seeds were sent to her from Saskatchewan, by her son Charles who is also surprised by their size. The potatoes are delicious, her family says, and so far no one has had the courage to claim one of them as'completely his own for dinner. She has almost 500 pounds of them, just enough for the winter. County Seeks Summer Games Poultry Council Meets Oct. 29 A general meeting of th outhern Alberta Poultry Coun il has been called Oct. 29. m. at the El Rancho Moto otel. Following the recent series o vents which have seriously af Alberta producers, th leeting is designed to answe ome of the more pressing ques ons and situations. Ken Williams, Taber, produ adviser to the poultry mar eting council will speak, fo wed by a panel and discus on period. All members are urged to at nd. TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Choose wisely the monu- ment to honor your loved ones. We will be pleased to assist you. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS "We Have Been Satisfying Customers for Over.60 Years" 325 8lh St. S., lethbridge Phone 327-3920 NOW RENTING "Stafford Place" 1103 5th'Avenue S., Leihfaridge One and Two bedroom unit suites available APPLY Ste. 1, Alberta Elk.; 324 5th Street S. Phone 327-3570 Another Project, by ITHACAN GROUP of DEVELOPMENT COMPANIES The four-month old North Re-1 munitv and regional recreation gional Recreation Board of the County of Lethbridge is seek- ing to host the southern Alber- ta Summer Games for 1971, and says it offers the oppor- activities. The North County district was formed vvi'.en the original County of Lethbridge recrea- tion district was split in two tunity for about 10 small com-, due to its being too large an munities to participate in a unique fashion. area to effectively work.with. Both the north and south dis- WendyRasmussen, North! Wets now have their auton- County recreation director, said: omous boards of directors, drawing support from and working with people within their half of the county. Miss Rasmussen said excel- lent facilities would be avail- fble for all events, since each community has in the past tended to have its local inter- ests, for which it developed fa- cilities. Most roads in the county are her district's proposal would in- volve organization of one of the games' event.; iii each com- munity, with the community responsible for facilities, ad- ministration and food and lodg- ing for participants for the par- ticular event. said this system woulc draw the communities closely together in co-operation as part of a regional venture in which each community had its spe- cial and equal responsibility. The 1970 games held at Pincher Creek attracted more ;han particinante end vis- itors, and Summer Games or- 'anizers anticipate a substan- tially-larger number for the 1971 meet to be held Aug. 4 to 7. The games offer eight events, rom track, field and water ev- ents to archery and horseman- ship. Under the North County ffoposal, each event would be ield in a community whose residents had particular inter- est in it. The Summer Games were or- ar.ized last year to encourage and promote an amateur, corn- ntunity-level sports program in- volving as many people as-pos- er event in another community would present no and the distances invo'ved are usually less than 15 miles. The district has access to about 50 buses, which could be used for transportation, Miss Rasmtissen said, and schools could be used for most sleep- ing and eating demands: Planning directors for the games would be drawn from all communities in the district, offering a built-in inter-com- munity recreation liaison com- mittee for effective Summer Games management. Communities in the North' County region have forwarded their support for the Summer Gamas bid to Miss Rasmus- sen, including village councils, paveu, so travel from one ev- service and recreation clubs ent in one community to anoth-1 and related groups. team competition for a night in Las Vegas is headed by th Ray Marnoch group, fofiowe by the K. A. Littlewood team The Marnoch team has ga nered 175 points since the fun drive kickoff with the Littli wood tean, gaining 155. Points are awarded on a com plicated system using team canvass completipn dates, pe centage increases from las year and bonus points for new contributors. The Stardust Hotel in Las ible. Each southern Alberta Vegas has donated a night ir ommunity holds its local Las Vegas for the top team i. ports meets earlier in the Vie For U.S. Trip United Appeal canvass i erf Olshaski, Alt Tedesco, Jack ummer, and winners proceed o the Summer Games. Miss Rasmussen said her dis- rict has shown "fantastic en- husiasm" for all recreational c t i v i ties organized through er board of directors, and she elieves selection as Summer site would provide the uial encouragement needsd to raw the district's people nto direct involvement in com- the Lethbridge United Appeal canvass. Time Airways Ltd. and Leth bridge Air Service LW. are vo unteering planes for the trip This is a new incentive pro- cedure and there is no cost ti the United Appeal. Following are the other teams and their points: 115 points Ken Moriyama 110 points Dan Ledene, Thie ren Bennett; 105 points Rob- STEVE'S QUALITY MEATS CONFECTIONERY -COALDALE- Takes this opportunity To Thank All who came to our Grand Opening Saturday, Oct. 17th. A Special Thanks To HENRY HARDY CONSTRUCTION of lethbridge for our fine building. 5 DRAW PRIZES Sat. Oct. 24th p.m. ONE FRONT QUARTER OF BEEF ONE HAM ONE SLAB OF BACON ONE PICNIC 5-LBS. HOME-MADE SAUSAGE Come in and fill out your Form Open Daily 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Rollingson, Jock Gourlay, A. Toth, Don Bassert; 100 points Al Aos, Chick Macintosh, Morris Caiman, Doug Steed, C. Malmberg, G. Wong. Phil King, Bob Shackle- ford, Doug Tysson, Ray Culley, Bernie Simmons, Joan .Holt, Paul Anctil, Vic Saunders, Tak Okamura and Glen Richardson. Canal lining! Contract Let For Tenders have been closed for lineal feet of concrete lined irrigation canal in the St Mary. River Irrigation District with the contract going to Ro- kosh Construction of Calgary with a bid of Three other bids were sub mitted for the job, including one from Tollestrup Construction Lethbridge, and Kenwood Con straction, Lethbridge. The job includes two sites, one three miles southeast of L e t h bridge where, 314 miles of the concrete lining will be put.in and 10 miles northeast of Bow Island where 2% miles will be installed. Construction on the canal lin ings will begin within a week. Sunrise Ranch Gets Soil Mixer Members of the Moose Lodge of Lethbridge have presented Mrs. Douglas Dunlop, president of the Lethbridge Association for the Mentally Retarded, a soil mixer and shredder to be used at Sunrise Ranch. Pre- vious to receiving the mixer all soil and components were mix- ed by hand. Sunrise Ranch, an adult raining centre for mentally re- arded and other handicapped arsons, is sponsored and main- tained by the Lethbridge As- sociation for the Mentally Re: arded. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. S. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitation! Announcements (24 Hour Service If Necessary) Bride Scoki Matches Napkins Thank You Card, We provide Complimentary Personalized Head Table Place Cards with each Orderl FREE CUSTOMER PARKING SOCIAL CREDIT Annual Meeting HONORABLE F. C. COLBURNE Minister of Municipal Affairs Will Speak Wednesday, October 28th p.m. ALLAN WATSON SCHOOL 21st STREET AND 6th AVENUE SOUTH EAST AND WEST LETHBRIDGE CONSTITUENCIES ELECTION OF OFFICERS and DELEGATES TO THE ANNUAL PROVINCIAL CONVENTION MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR This advertisement inserted by: Lethbridge Social Credit Constituency Association, 2013 5th Avenue South Master Farmers Feted At Banquet The Alex Gyorfi family, one of five Alberta families award ed the Master Farm Family title in 1970, was honored in Burdett at a banquet Thursday night by about 250 friends neighbors, Premier Harry Strom and Henry Ruste, pro vincial minister of agriculture The award is given each year for efficiency in farming operations. Alex Gyorfi acres of land, and follows a strip- cropping program typical the irea. About 45 per cent of his land is in fallow each year, another 45 per cent is used for growing cereal and oilseed crops, and 10 per cent is in forage and >asture. To complement his grain en- ;erprise Mr. Gyorfi keeps a weeding herd of 30 purebred Angus females and feeds out about 150 steers each year. The Ed Newton family of Del Sonita, were also named as a master farm family this year. Mr. Newton's farm consists if about acres. He main- ains a herd of purebred Here- ord cattle, and runs this herd m about 700 acres of perma- lent pasture. He follows a ro- ation program on the rest of lis farm with about one-third in :ercal crops, one-third forage crop and one-third summer allow. The Master Farm Family award is by the pro- vincial government, and offers a gate sign designating the amily as master farmers, a wall plaque and a cheque for The master farm family award was inaugurated by the province of Alberta in 1949. Since that time there have been 76 master farm family awards presented. Burglary Suspect Arrested Richard Joseph Dorian of no fixed abode, wanted in Leth- bridge in connection with the July 7 burglary of the Nathan- iel Potter residence, has been arrested in Windsor, Ont. Stolen in the break in was worth of negotiable bonds, worth of personal belongings and a 1969 Datsun, valued at Prior to his arrest, the car was found in Calgary and some of the stolen bonds were locat- ed in Montreal. Dorion indicated he wanted the charges waived to Windsor at which time he will enter a plea. Alaskan Safari Alaskan Safari, a color fea- ture length film of animal ha- bitats in America's 49th state, will be shown Friday through to Oct. 29 at the College Mall Cin- ema. The movie features photogra- >hy by professional cameramen and bush pilots of big game animals and hunting and fish- ng expeditions. DIRECTOR Preventive Social Services FORT McMURRAY To carry en established preventive social servict program. .Duties will include administration of existing Preventive Projects and development and initiation of new projects. Applicant should have experience and skill in com- munity organization, be effective in stimulating and co- ordinating the interest of others and capable of composing and presenting reports. Applicant must have interest in people as individuals and be able to work with groups. University training in one af the behavioral sciences is advantageous but not essential. Orientation training and on-going eonsulfive service It available to appointee through the Provincial Department and the salary will be commensurate with qualifications. Apply in confidence stating experience, salary and educational, references, qualifications to tht SECRETARY-TREASURER Box 118, Fort McMurray, Alberta. TnT EQUIPMENT LTD. AUCTION Fail Reduction Sale SALE WILL BE HELD IN JOHN DEERE BUILDING IN CLARESHOLM FRIDAY, OCT. 30th 10 a.m. TERMS CASH TRACTORS Massey Harris 44 Diesel Tractor. I.H.C. 560 Diesel with good condition. SWATHER AND COMBINES Deere 16 ft. pull type swather. Harris Model 27 combine. Harris Model 92 combine wind reel. CULTIVATORS, BLADES, RODWEEDERS 2-Model K 14' Noble Blades with hitch. 1-Model M Noble Blade. foot Graham Hoeme cultivator, 18 foot Vibra Shank cultivator, Deere rod weeder attachment for 16' cultivator. 18 ft. rod weeder attachment. -400 John Deere rod weeders. DRILLS disk drills. Deere 14' hoe drifi with fertilizer attachment. ft. Massey high wheel press drill. ft. Kirshman fertilizer attachment. 1-14 ft. tiller seeder box. Deere 14 ft. fertilizer spreader. Victory drill transport. MISCELLANEOUS axle assembly, with electric brakes; 1 Ford front end 8N; 6 bale stooker; 1 32 ft. 7" Robin grain auger) ft. Mayrath grain auger; ft. Mayrath grain auger; ft. coil spring harrows; 80 bushel manure spreader; slant 6 power unit; motor compressor, 9 cubic 1 h.p. Valve reseafer; Hydraul- ic high pressure tester gauge; Electric tester (automobile and trouble lights and cords; ram cylinders; Hydraulic hoses; 270 ft. pine roils, for fencing or corrals; recap tires, for implements; Chain loisf; 4 drawer Snap On tool box; vise; 75 pound anvil; hand tools, wrenches, wheel weights, V-belts, etc. FOBTMACLEOOI llinif DirDV AUCTION Litf E INTERNBTHWAl SALES MANAGEMENT FWI Hitiron- tutm TnT Equipment Phone DON GREEN Business 235-3193 or 235-3625 Auctioneers KEN HURLBURT DAVE McNAB Lie. No. 274 Lie. No. 670 CANDIES T CENTRE VILLAGE SOON!