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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ThurWety, 7, 1972 THI UTHMIDCE J TENNIS CHAMPS Nobleford Tennis Club trophies were presented to junior (13 and and senior, (18 and tennis aces recently as follows: Standing, from ]effr Ned Jankunis, junior champion; Kathy Jankurus, junior champion; Vernon senior champion; Wanda Luchla, senior consolation; Larry VcrV Huis, junior consolation. Kneeling: Shirley Sjogren, senior champion; Gwen Luchia, junior consolation. Missingi Myrtise Jankunis, women's champion; and Karl Lang, men's champion. Nurse showered with gifts Travis honored GRANUM (HNS) Miss Col- leen Travis was honored re- cently at a community bridal shower in the United Church Hall. The screen behind the bride- Rocky Mountain meetings announced by Sulatycky BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Allen Sulatycky, Liberal MP for Rocky Mountain, has an- nounced a series of three nom- inating meetings will be held in this large constituency to allow residents to have equal oppor- tunity to nominate a candidate. The first meeting, for the nortli zone, will be held at Whitecourt Sept. 10; the second, for the central zone, will be held at Banff Sept. 11 and the meet- ing in the south zone will tie ,eld in the Blairmore Credit Union Hall at 8 p.m. Sept. 12. Mr. Sulatyeky advised that ny paid-up member will have a vole. Rally day FOHT MACLEOD (Special) Envoy Carole Pickering and Sgt. Darlene Colton, officers at the Salvation Army Citadel here, have been chosen to take the rally day service at the Edmonton temple Sunday. During their absence Capt. and Mrs, Ron Butcher of Leth- bridge will be in Foil Maclcod. FOR COMPLETE BOOK PUBLISHING CONTACT ThcLctlilnidgc Herald PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 or 328-441 T elect was covered with tiny nurses caps and the gift table s centred with a miniature nurse. Misses Beth St. Dennis and Mary Bantle of Claresholm as- sisted in unwrapping the gifts. Mrs. C. Barnes was master of ceremonies for the program and gave a reading. Others taking part in the program were: Leanne Clark, Jacquie Gassner, Lorn a Jorgenson, and Kathy Bonner. The committee gift was a set of stainless steel cookware. 52 bikes compete in races By ALICE HACKE Herald News Service COUTTS The third annual Alberta 200, team cross country race, sponsored by Lawrence Birky of Kalispcll, Mont., and Harvey Lloyd of Lethbridge, saw 52 bikes registered for the 125, 250 and the open classes. The race track, located at Gold Springs Provincial Park about 10 miles north of Coutts, involves about 33 miles to a lap for 200 miles, basically a prairie country with some wa- ter hazards. This year's team winners in the open class were Dean Mc- Fadden and Robert Oleckawski of Lethbridge. Second were Norman and Bob Kopp of Spokane (last year's Third were Mark Swanson and Allen Birky, Kalispell, Mont. 250 CLASS First, Joe Crandell and Glen Miller, Lethbridge; second, Darwin Zorn and Gordy Lister, Kalispell; third, Dave Hae and Bob Daku, Lethbridge. 125 CLASS First, Allen Frank and Nor- man Richeson, Kalispell; sec- ond, Aaron Oedewaldt and John Monear, Libby, Mont.; third, Bill and Ron Tesinsky, Stockett, Mont. In the beginners class, 16 years and under with eight en- tries, first, Cliff Hagele, Kali- spell; second, James Living- ston, Raymond; and third, Shane, Hcgic, Kevin, Mont, RDEK ponders bid to biiild picnic shelter SPARWOOD (HNS) Ten- ders on a picnic shelter, to be built at the Wycliffe Regional Park, will be sought throughout (he Regional District of East Kootenay. A finance committee recom- mendation that a bid of accepted was defeated at a recent meeting. Director Lloyd Phillips ob- jected to "these things being handed out like plums." Last year the shelter was de- signed but was the low- est bid. When a bid came in for the committee rec- ommended its acceptance. Administrator Frank Berloia said he felt that with the diffi- culty of getting an acceptable bid from builders near the Wy- cliffe Park, no one from farther away would do the job except at a price high enough to cover the cost of travel. Lloyd Sharpe, finance com mittee alderman, said he was in favor of going ahead with llus hid because the Wycliffe Park cannot be considered offi- cially ready for public use unti the shelter is there. He and the seconder of Ihe motion, Mayor Roy Lake of Invermere, also a member of the committee, and irector James Wliiting, were sutvoted by directors Phillips, Vayne Agnew, Stan Wilson and Mayor Vernon Upliill of Fernie. Director Wilson then moved hat tenders be called. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vermin Dctoux, Resident Hop., Blolrmore COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Letiibridgc Herald Correspondents in Your Area NATAl, B.C. PAUL CHALA P.O. Box 787 LOMOND MRS LEONARD CHASE General CARDSTON MRS. CATHERINE HULL General Delivury COWLEY ClARENCE WEEKES P.O. Box 7 STAVELY MRS. VIOtET CLANCY Box 52 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising RDEK persists in fight SPARWOOD (HNS) The Regional District of East Koo- .enay is going to try again to influence (he pollution control director about waste disposal regulations. The RDEK board voted re- cently to have a brief prepared for the scheduled hearings, next May, into disposal of waste by municipalities. Because regional districls are responsible for providing and maintaining disposal sites outside the organized mu- nicipalities in their regions, the board felt its views should be made known. The brief will also incorpor- ate the board's views on dis- posal of liquid effluent that individual operators or owners should be responsible for dis- posing of their own liquid ef- fluent, rather than expecting the region to provide a place. Poppy plans organized BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) President of the Blairmore Royal Canadian Legion, A1 d o Vanoni, secretary Arth Bourne, and auxiliary president Mrs. Marie Vanoni recently attended a district poppy campaign workshop at Pincher Creek. District commander Rusty Owen of Vulcan and command vice-president R. J. F o o t e of Edmonton were also on hand. All branches from District 6, including Medicine Hat, Leth- bridge, Vulcan, Nanton, Belle- vue and Blairmore attended the event. Lunch was served by Mrs. A. Skelly of Pincher Creek. Blairmore Legion and aux- iliary members met recently to begin plans for the forthcom- ing Remembrance Day pro- gram and Poppy campaign. It was stressed at this meet- ing people should be made aware of the fact all profits re- alized from the poppy sale are for local charitable pur- poses only. GUIDE HONORED NATAL (HNS) A miscel- laneous shovrer was held at the home of Mrs. Alba Schiffo in Spar wood, honoring Marlene Clovis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Clovis of Cran- brook. The bride to be ex- changed marriage vows with Mr. Edward Northey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Northey of Sparwood. Cancer meeting FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Fort Macleod branch of the Canadian Cancer Society will hold a public meeting at 8 p.m. Sept. 27 in the United Church Hall. Cancer officials are certain 80 per cent of all cancer deaths could be avoided if a priper educational program was given and followed by the public. Speakers will be announced at a later dale. They will in- clude a medical doctor, cancer workers and patients. V WINS TRIP EASr Ron Minion of Ihe Warner 4-H Ecef Chih lias won a trip to Ottawa and Toronto. He will allcnrt UK- list National 4-H Club Conference held along willi the Royal Winter Fair. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Minion of Warner, lie was se- lected along with 13 others iluring a two-day testing grain held at the Olds Agri- cultural College. He leaves Nov. 9. GERRY'S TRADING POST FORT MACLEOD, ALTA. Squeeze Portable Loading Shute Stock Racks FINEST QUALITY, LOWEST PRICESI WHIIE THEY LAST! FURNITURE SALE CONTINUES UNTIL ALL STOCK IS SOLD! CAPITOL FURNITURE HAS PURCHASED AND IS SELLING THE ENTIRE STOCK OF A CALGARY FURNITURE STORE UNDER PROVINCIAL GOVT. CLOSE OUT PERMIT NO. 953 SALE LOCATION: OLD STORE Next Door to Capitol Furniture on Fifth Street South Due to expropriation of the Calgary Downtown This Calgary store has retired from business after 40 years of service to the public. PRICES YOU MUST SEE TO BELIEVE! LAMPS CHESTERFIELDS APPLIANCES COLOR T.V. STEREO MATTRESSES AND BOX SPRINGS CHROME SUITES BEDROOM SUITES PORTABU T.V. OWING ROOM SUITES COFFEE AND END TABLES INSTANT 'FINANCING! AT THESE PRICES ALL SALES MUST BE FINAL) EVERY ITEM SALE PRICED! THIS ENTIRE STOCK BE SOLD! ALL MERCHANDISE SOLD AS IS1 NOTE: Many items one-of-a-kind ;