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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THl IETHSRIDGI HERAID Wedtmday, 55, 1972 the Cartoon Bug S.nb ,our c.rtoon, t. llie LethVridgl Herald. jfSBMSj TM SUPPOSED TO BE ON ,V SALT-FREE Todd Shore, Ago 12 Cote St. Luc, Quebec Mo u 11 tics rule ;o music 011 July 15 FO RT MACLEOD (UN'S) FtCMP headquarters in Ottawa orifirmed its Musical Hide will hero July 15. 1973 for one of three scheduled programs for Allwrlu. Ilie musical Hide i-s len- atively scheduled to lie pcr- 'orniEKl in tlio Fort IMacleod vlidnight Stadium between ar> jearances at Ihc Calgary Stam- wde and Edmonton Klon- ;like Days. Plans for the Fort Macleod visit are being prepared by .own council and the Fort Mac- Icod Centennial Society. Miss Hoglund honored GRANUM (HNS) Miss Ka- ron Hoglund was honored re- cently at a community bridal held 'in the United Church Hall. Orange and white streamers and wedding bells decorated the backdrop behind the bride-elect 1 and her assistants, Miss Bar- bara Kaptein of Fort Macleod and Miss Susan Mutcheson of Calgary. Mrs. Garry Larson of Fort Macleod recorded the gifts and Miss Jeanie Scholten was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Kay Cairns introduced the following program: a skit depicting Karen's life from childhood to old age; a voca solo by Brenda Veenland and a reading by Mrs. Donna Hunte of Spring Coulee. The committee gift was pair of blankets. A number of friends and re la lives from Calgary and For Macleod were present. Services held CLARESHOLM (Special) Sendees were conducted re- cently by the Christian Reform- ed Church at the Willow Creek- Clarcsliolm Auxiliary Hospital and Porcupine Hills Lodge. J. Havlnga of Fort Macleod conducted the services. Mrs Havinga played the accompan: ments and Pastor P. Van Turn en preached. The Havinga's son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Martin Reed, home on furlough fron the mission field hi Nigeria, am Gerrit Wiegman of Fort Mac leod comprised a trin whicl sang. Roundup of District News -f rrz: ..csuS Zciugg presides STIRLING (HNS) Recent school elections for stu- lent body leadership resulted is follows: Spencer Zaugg, president; Pirn Hill, vice president; Dick secretary treasurer; -ynttu'a llerget, nctivity chair- man. The junior high-school lend- ers are: Ueth Webster, presi- dent; Perry Lynn Levenne, vice-president; Holt Zangg, sec- rclary treasurer; Lani Hrsclii? and Ricky Adamson, refresh- ment committee; Doug Pen- gilly and Kendall Perrclt, rec- reation committee. Trip to Europe LOMOND A trip to Eu- rope, sponsored by the Scan- dinavian Historical Society, was tile highlight of the sum- mer for a group of 20 young people, accompanied by four chaperones. Some of the young people in this group were Waj-ne Vole- sky, Carol and Dwain Sokvitne of Lomond and Mary Jam A n n e a r of Calgary, grand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I Magnuson, and chaperones Ken and Sharon West and Mick and Sandra Mcrkley of Calgary. Hirers on the tour were from Saskatchewan, B.C. and Albcr- i. They flew to Copenhagen where they boarded a bus for a hrec-wcek tour of Denmark, Sweden, Nor w a y, Germany, Switzerland, France, Holland and Belgium. The tour was enjoyed by all as they met many new friends and had many interesting expc- as had many interesting expo- -iences they'll always remem- ber. Just recently IB met at the home of Mick and Sandra Mer- kley In Calgary and enjoyed a reunion with fellow travellers, viewing pictures which brought memories and laughs of their European trip. Many have voiced an Interest in returning to Europe perhaps even next year with the Scan- dinavian H i s t o r i eal Society which has scheduled three tours. Heads Kiwanians CRAKBROOK (Special) Into its first complete year since rechartecing, Cranbrook Kiwanls has named Bruce Mc- Donald Its president. Marvin Johnson Is vice-presi- dent; Morley Obee, secretary; and E. Z. Mile, treasurer. Its service program Is tcn- tiyely planned on a personal basis among youngsters. It could be a help In financing treatment for dental disabilities and making accessible city rec- reation facilities outside the judget of families who cannot afford individual costs neces- sary for swimming and skating, IhelimelsNow Shoes and boots that go bump in the toe. Its bumpy in front and high in the back.Tha season definitely declares in lavor of chunky rounded foe footwear, built up to new heights in the heel. Sizes io rnsd. widlfr a-Tie into solid brown or c-black and burgandy tone. b-Zip into brown fashion boot. Remember to save your pennies for UNICEF. Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 a.m. Io p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telcnhona 328-923! We'll get 10' FERNIE "If two police can't handle it, then we'll get six or Mayor Vernon Uphill warned as he heard from rec- reation director Gary Mc- Clenaghan of the forced closure of a youth dance at Fernie Cen- tennial Centre. Mr. McClenaghan said Uiat trouble at t h e dance appeared to be Initiated by boys who were not from the city, but that some of the ones from the city quick- ly followed their lead. Result, he said, was damage to partitions and other fixtures installed by volunteers at the centre, which was being readied for official opening a few days later. The mayor said that while he concurred in closure of the dance, he not put up with the activities of the few result- ing in recreation of the m a n y beimroject of the Lions Club In co- operation with the Town of Vul- can. Preliminary plans call for lie moving of the ball diamond :o a corner of the park, allow- ing about eight acres for devel- opment of the campground. voters NATAL (HNS) How many voters will be eligible to cast ballots In the forthcoming elec- tion in the Okanagan-Kootenay constituency A. R. Kaulback of Vernon, returning officer, says the num- ber should hit close to However, tbe list is subject to revision and could still bs changed. In the eastern portion of riding there are approximately voters. Fernie has Sparwood has Elkford has 677 and there are appar- ently 735 voters who gave their address as Nalal. The city of Cranbrook has most voters, 6.7-J3 of them, fol- lowed by Kimberlev with 4.411. Smallest poll of all is Kings- gate with 46. Await judgment TABER (HNS) In Taber provincial court Judge Lloyd W. Hudson of LethbriAje re- served judgment after hearing a charge laid by Taber polico against the Taber Five Cents to Store Ltd. for "being a shop not exempted under the bylaw, failing to close and remain closed nfter 6 p.m. as re- quired by the bylaw." Prepare sites for 3 plants CRANBROOK (Special) Site preparations for three In- dustrial plants here made pos- sible by federal Regional Incen- tives Act grants, are under way. Two are in the Cranbrook In- dustrial Park and the third la extra-municipal. Fred Holmes Fuel Injection Ltd., which will operate with Iluttons Ltd., is preparing its site north of 6th St. W. in the western park corner and hopes to be operating with a payroll of about 20 next spring. lloffars Ltd. of Vancouver re- cently bought at an acre In the Park on Industrial Road 1, where It plans a heavy equipment engine rebuilding plant. Its plant plans are still in early stage. Panacom Building Systems Ltd. oulsfde the city plans a quarter million dollar plant, bite preparation alongside the track is extensive. Its program calls for spring production with payroll rising then from 75 start to a possible 150. Heads skiers NATAL (HNS) Ths Spar- wood Ski Club has reorganized for the 1972-73 season. Horst Fandner is president! Bev Aim, secretary; and Mar- go Brault, treasurer. The club also elected a "Hap- piness committee" comprising Don Neilson and Derick Craw- ford. The club Is planning trips to nearby ski hills. The club meets each Wednesday at the Spar- wcod Secondary School at p.m- Kindergarten BROOKS Kindergarten ta under way for another year In Brooks. There are three registered classes this year, due to the en- rollment of 73 children. Being held from October to April, the kindergarten classes prepare the children for grade one, said Mrs. Vivian Shalapay, afternoon session supervisor. The other supervisor connect- ed with kindergarten is Mrs. Iris P ask all. Accident free NATAL (HNS) Safety awards don't just happen, they have to be earned. Crew nine men, at West- shore Terminals in Vancouver, a Kaiser Resources Ltd, opera- tion, recently became winner! of the 1971 Official Safely Award at Westshore by chalk- Ing up accident-free man hours. Presentations were made to the crew by Gordon Edgar, manager of operations for Westshore Terminals, a wholly- owned subsidiary of Kaiser Re- sources Ltd. He has since been elected a vice president of Westshore Terminals Ltd. The honored crew: C. R, Lynch, D. Mclntosh, F. For- fater, Dennis Sharpe, foreman, Hay Humphries, operations foreman, C. Boggiss, S. For- ster, W. Spragg and G. Sten- erson. House numbers VULCAN Updating of the house numbering system In Vulcan will be considered hy town council this month as a result of numerous requests. A map of the town with a proper house munlwring sys- tem Ls being prepared for coun- cil's consideration. Inadequacies of the present house numbering system make Ihe adoption of a new or reviser! plan desirable. Top horsemen honored by Pincher riding club riNCinsn CREEK (special) The 4If Light Horee Ciub of Pincher Creek recently held its awards night here. A wards went to the follow- ing: Showmanship and groom- ing, ROTS western I pleasure award. Sharon Serge; equitation, L a ti r e I La nc; I ra i I pattern, CHnlo i Man-; reining, to Floss Mcl.1- wrath; record book award, Shar- I art Sorgc) hifih point achievre- mont day, donated by Bennet Ranch, saw a three-way tie to Cathy Dennis, Peters, and Krik McLhvrailh. Reserve High Point Achieve- ment Drty from Hie Dennis fam- ily wr-nl ID Joanne Crook. Alarr Trophy Progress Award, dontexl hy Frank Marr, went to Jane Fitzpntrick. Awards given by the club: Ttecord (each ele- mentary, Debra Clarkson; jun- ior, Sharon SorRe; informwl- jirite, flail Rurgp-ss; senior, Jo- Crook. Public speak- ers: Clinlnn Marr, junior, Gail Burgees, senior. First lime now winners: Jun- ior, Tammy Peters; senior, Ross McLlwrailh. To wind up tbe evening G. Hardy, cluh loader, sbo-'.-rl films of the club Day. The rcorganirationnl moot- ing will Saturday, S3, at 2 p.m. in tho town halL ;