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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Octobir II, 1970'- THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Aid Fire Victims By MARIE SORGARD Herald Service IRON SPRINGS Misfor- tune struck in the Iron Springs community at 10 a.m. Monday when a house and trailer oc- cupied by the Henry Swennen family on the Wilfred Alexander farm southeast of Iron Springs were destroyed by fire. The Swennens lost all their belongings in the fire'. Old-f ashioned community spirit spurred people through- out the community to ransack their cupboards, for things which the- Swennens might be able to use. At supper time there were 20 people gathered around the ta- ble at the G. Van Nistlerooy home, and Mr. and Mrs. Swen- nen and their eight children were guests at the Alexander, Van Nistlerooy, and R. Widouk homes for tire night. Walter V. Boras offered the use of a house on his farm for lodging. Fined For Impeding Road Traffic CLARESHOLM (HNS) Ar- thur H. Burbank of Claresholm Tuesday was convicted in mag- istrate's court here of a charge of impeding traffic. Burbank was fined and costs. D. V. Hartigan of Lethbridge prosecuted the case for the at- torney general's departmnet. Burhank held a conversation with another driver thereby im- peding traffic Sept. 19 near this town. The magistrate told Burbank to pull over to the side of ths road for any future discussions. D. J. Welbourn was defence counsel. Monday evening the Cana- dian Martyrs Council 5520 of the Knights of Columbus held an emergency meeting in Pic- ture Butte to organize a pro- gram to provide assistance. A benefit dance mil be held in Picture Butte on Nov. 6 fol- lowing the chicken supper be- ing held by the CWL of St. Catherine's Parish. By late Tuesday afternoon, the Swennen family, very grateful for the wonderful re- sponse shown by the com- munity in a time of distress, was once again able to set up housekeeping. SANDERSON AWARDS Fort Macleod teacher Garnet Stevens Frank Sanderson, second from right, at a recent Willow Creek school division awards presen- tation. Students shown, from left, are Corrie Vos, Carmen Orr and Jerry Potts. Ric Swihart Photo Awards Presented To Top Students Roundup of District News v t, EEC PROGRAM PICTURE BUTTE (Special) The fall recreation program is under way with keep-fit classes being held in Picture Butte at the Dorothy Dalgleish School. Women's class takes place Wednesdays, to p.m.; men's class Wednesdays, p.m. to Barons wom- en's class, 8' to 9 p.m. Mon- days; Barons men's, 8 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays, in the Barons Ele- mentary School. HAM RADIO PINCHER CREEK (Special) There is an apparent in- terest in forming an Amateur Radio Club in Pincher Creek. Contact the recreation office at 627-4322 or Box 159, Pincher Creek. C TEAMS MEET PINCHER CREEK (Special) meeting involving the six teams in the 'Pass Ice Hockey League, will be held in the Pincher Creek Arena Sunday, Nov. 1, at 8 p.m. to plan the Fined For Assault CLARESHOLM (HNS) Ro- land Wayne Baker, 21, of Claresholni, Tuesday was fined and received a suspended sentence, requiring him to keep the peace for six months or be sentenced, on conviction of a charge of assault causing bodily harm. Magistrate C. B. MacDonell convicted Baker of assaulting Netherlands exchange student Hank Thomas ,of Granum, em- ployed by Tony Knapek, Gran- um farmer. The assault took place near the Oddfellow's Hall at Clares- holm Sept 26. Court heard Thomas suffered concussion as a result of being kicked in the head. He was semi conscious for four days in a Calgary hospital. He also had two tefth chipped and suf- fered numerous cuts and bruises. Baker was given two weeks to pay the fine. ,He was ordered to pay the medical expenses incurred by Thomas. 'Lionism What Is FOREMOST (Special) "Service is the only way we can pay the rent for the room we occupy on this earth." This .was the challenge thrown out to Foremost Lions by District Governor Robert A. Roush of Havre, Mont., at the Foremost club's recent 22nd annual charter night. Almost 150 people were on hand at Foremost Community Hall. Mr. Roush spoke on the theme, "Lionism, what is He pointed out people had dif- ferent ideas of what a Lions dub was. ROBERT ROUSH He referred to the Lions In- t e r n a tional organization as being geared to service, the "greatest service organization in the world" with almost a million members. In the last two years Lions clubs through- out the world have undertaken more than community service projects involving over million. "Service is our motto, and service is our said Mr. Roush. Foremost club president Hap Bates outlined the very suc- cessful year for the club in his presidential address. He paid tribute to the outstanding lead- ership given by his predecess- or Vern Arnold. During the evening five new members were inducted. Richard Buswell, William Buis, Jr., Tom Ikebuchi, Al- bert Kardash and Donald Walsh. Head table and guests were introduced by 2nd vice-presi- dent Geoff Tagg. They included the Mayor of Foremost Rein- hold Karl with wife Isobel, past-president Vern Arnold, 1st vice-president Ewald Zielke and wife Noreen, club presi- dent Hap Bates with his wife Beth, District Governor Rob- ert Roush with Mrs. Agnes Roush, and Zone chairman Dave Robertson and wife Eli- nor of Bow Island. Visiting Lions clubs included Havre and Shelby, Montana, Conquerville and Bow Island. Also in attendance were three of the Mardi Gras queen con- testants from this year includ- ing the reigning queen Paula Zielke of Foremost. In his address on behalf of the Village of Foremost Mayor Karl paid tribute to the Lions club community service, singling out Uii Mardi Gras held in June of this year as being especially worthy of praise. A charier presentation was made to Earl Britten and Lee Ikinger of Shelby Lions Club. Miss Anderson Feted MONARCH (Special) -A miscellaneous shower Was held in the Monarch Hall honoring Miss Candy Anderson of the Monarch district. About 65 women were pres- ent. Miss Anderson opened her presents assisted by her sister Miss Linda Anderson, Miss Rosemary Wyrostpk and Miss June Bartz and Miss Kim Gwil- lim. Lunch was served by Mrs. Ethel Bevcridge, Mrs. Betty Mac Stewart, Mrs. Ann Erick- son, Mrs. Margaret Bcrcznak, season's games and schedule. Contact Peter Cresswell, Napi Friendship Association, Pinch- er Creek. SEEKS GAMES PICTURE BUTTE (Special) Recreation director Miss Wendy Rasmussen has sub- mitted a bid to -have the South- ern Alberta Summer Games held in this area in the summer of 1971. HOME AND SCHOOL IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Iron Springs Home and Schoo Association executive held an organizational meeting recent ly. The first meeting will be held in the Huntsville Sfchool Wednesday, Oct. 28, and the speaker will be R. (Dick) Pap- worth, District 7 councillor foi the County of Lethbridge. TEA AND SALE GRANUM (HNS) The Ladies' Aid of the Knox Pres- byterian Church of Jumbo Val- ley held a very successful tea and sale recently at the church. Mrs. R. Poelman anc Mrs. D. Curie were in charge of the sewing table and Mrs. D. MacLean and Patricia Mack- intosh looked after the baking table. THANK FIREMEN SPARWOOD (HNS) Men of the District of Eparwood Vol- unteer Fire Brigade and their wives were thanked for their service to the community by Acting Mayor Doug Lowe at a banquet held to honor the fire- men. SWIM CLUB PINCHER CREEK (Special) Forms are available at the Mrs. Bella Gwillim, Mrs. Dor- othy Millward, Mrs. Arine Roelofs, Mrs. Margaret Rob-j erts and Mrs. Marj Lunde with assistance of the Newlands La- dies Club. WINS CONTRACT FORT MACLEOD Public works minister Albert Ludwig has announced the awarding of a contract to D. S. Greenfield Construction Ltd., Edmonton, for a four-stall garaco at Fort Macleod. Your Druggists in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE McCaffrey's Drug Store 418 13th Street North Phone- 327-2205 Lakeview Drug 1017 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-5509 Value Village Pharmacy Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. 5. Phone 327-4147 Thriftway Drugs 702 13th Street North Phone 327-0340 CARDSTON Cards ton Pharmacy 237 Main Street Phone 653-3042 CLARESHOLM Claresholm Pharmacy 4921 1st Street Phone 235-3050 COALDALE Coaldale Pharmacy 1721 20th Avenue Phone 345-3277 FORT MACLEOD Price's Rexall Drug 206 24th Street Phone 234-3093 TABER Johnson's Taber Drug Store 5314 48th Avenue Phone 223-2233 VULCAN Mitchell's Pharmacy Phone 485-2012 Vulcan Pharmacy Phone 485-2432 recreation office for those per- sons interested in joining the Alberta Competitive Swim Club. Cost of instruction and pool time will be It is held Saturdays from to p.m. in the Fritz Kek Pool, Lethbridge. FORT M A CLEOD (Special) i- The fourth annual Clara Sanderson Memorial award day was held in the F. P. Walshe High School. Mrs. Margaret Moses intro- duced Frank Sanderson, donor of t h o perennial i n scholarships. Mr. Anderson set up the program in memory of his sister, a former teacher who had dedicated her Ufa to Indian youth. The scholarships are given to grades 9, 10 and 11 students and are in the form of S25 and dollars. Mr. Sanderson then gave cheques to the stu- dents: Grade 9: Campbell Eagle- child, Ken Nowicki, Carmen Orr, Jerry Potts, Corrie Vos, Jim Van Wyck. Grade 10: Audrey Eagle Bear, Jean Gore, Grant Tolley and Georgina Vos. Grade 11: Bella Day Chief, Cecilia Eagle Bear, Gerry Em- melkamp, Anne Lemire and Susan Sponholz. A new scholarship was also i awarded to the Indian student receiving the highest marks in the grade 11 matriculation course and going on to grade 12 this year. The Scholarship is given by the Fort Macleod- Granum United Church AOTS (As One That Serves) men's Club. The first recipient of this award was Bell Day Chief and Peter Walker, minister present- ed her with the cheque. Operating Room Ideas Gained PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) -i were 163 physiotherapy treat- At the regular meeting of the ments given. Mrs. Brian Jones Picture Butte Municipal Hos- pital board, the head nurse, Mrs. Rose Moriyama, gave her report and told of Mrs. Ron Savo's attendance a t Ed- monton on the operating room Seminar. She said this proved valuable and some of the ideas gained will be implemented at the Pic- was taken on the nursing staff. ture Butte Hospital. Most Board members will be Edmonton. attending the Southern Alberta Hospital Regional Conference. This will be held at the Yates Memorial Centre in Lethbridge on November 12 and 13. the director of nurses re- port the occupancy for Sep- tember was 68 per cent. There MANAGES BRANCH FORT MACLEOD (Special) John Buckley has recently resumed his responsibilities aa manager of the Treasury Branch in Fort Macleod. Mr. Buckley has come here from SEE PAGE 18 FOR IRRESISTABLE ROOM WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL OCTOBER 31 'SOFTIQUEBATH OIL Gold or Blue 1 VI Sugg. List 1.69 1 LUttnuu Tube of 20. 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