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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta new new Dad- praised Fidclleis ipractice tor recreation tp. j. i if Wedncsdciy, Seplombcr 8, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD _ 3 Sparwood information centre planned by local chamber fall elaborates on the of registration of boys and! pocket leaders. It stresses sometiiing new, MUMBEHSHIP FLASHES. This is what you receive when you register for the current Scouting year. Incidentally, leaders must show the boys where to put this "so Ma can sew it on in the right place." Cubs and Scouts must wear it on the RIGHT over the si rip that says, "Wolf Cubs of Can- ada" or "Boy Scouts of Can- ada." Leaders, Rovers and Ven- turers wear this membership topic fc'c lo be worn on the left breast 1 n and I pocket of the uniform shirt. Be: All flash over the left shirt. pocket, registration is due on or before Oct. 31 at the latest. When reg- istered you arc granted privileges of membership. Leaders are identified by color coded to the section or service team you work with. "Can you idenlify asked the teller. In answer the lady produced a small mirror, glanced in it and said: "V'cs, j sir! That's me." In spite of editorial pro- nouncement yours truly is not out ol the woods yet and must reiurn 10 that Valhalla for old, namely ihe Foothills Hospital at Calgary. It will be nice to get all finished up and return to stern duty good as new. For good behaviour the hospital granted a weekend pass. How beautiful the outdoor world is Ily DELIA B. WOOI.I1' I the three-month summer pro- lid-aid News Service gram; 270 altended the Sum- mer Games finals at Clares- tiol Cooper, holm as participating contcs- 'bad'ge' Chairman of the north county i lanls. A number of top awards recreation committee, has re- came home to the area. How- ceived and made public the re- j ever, to date, no final list of port submitted by the area di-! (he winners has been received j Championship, rector Morlcy Roclofs. Mr. Cooper staled the com- mittee for north comity of Kay- program became known as SWIFT CUIII1KNT The sixth annual "Old Tyme Fid- dling Contest" will be held here Oct. 15 and tfi to declare Ihe grand winner of the Western Canadian Amateur Fiddling by the committee. r The north county recreation i The winner will receive the Horne Memorial tro- mond was well pleased with the work done by Mr. Roclofs. His program included recrea- tion for all ages including the little children who played at the children's playgrounds built by the Raymond Lions Club, teen-agers and at least one major event for senior citizens. Mr. RoElofs in turn has ex- pressed his appreciation for the support given to him by north counlv of Warner recreation full Sept. IB all roads will lead to! committee members Cooper, the S'oull, Castle camp Elaine Palmer secretary, Fun and Games." The recrea- tion office was located ii. a por- tion of the Raymond Public Li- braly where much of the pro gram detail was worked out by the director and the instruc- tors. During the three months there were instructions in arch- phy. The contest will be held in (he Royal Canadian Legion Hall on Friday and Saturday nights beginning at o'clock. Tune categories will he jigs, reels, hornpipes and hoedowns; waltz; and schotlische. three tunes will be play- lly PM'I, Herald Nevis Service. NATAL The Sparwuod Clamber of Commerce will look into the establishment of an information centre for visi- tors lo Sparwood. Visitors bypass the municipal distrist office from the east and do not reach it from Ihe west when seeking information about Lhc new municipality- Bob Cmr.mings volunteered to serve as chairman ot the committee. He is to be assisted by Terry Yarchuk and Mr. Hutyeme. Mr. Cummings oper- ated a carpentry and cabinef- inaking shop in Ihe area and pu! on [he "black list" if mure .system thai than luo complaints are re- the community. promised to The twicc- cc'ived. J weekly garbage program has There will be ;in investigation reverted lo a twice-monthly of all complaints and if satis- factory answers arc received from the; businessmen, com- plainls will be dropped. The chamber also ha ant com- plaints lire district office is not providing the garbage disposal system according lo several of the merchants. The pile of rubble behind the Birite Confectionary .stands as a "prime example" of the in- adequacy of this service, one member said. r School hoard awails plans for renovation PINCIIER CRETCK (Special) The board of Pineher Creek j for the Grizzly District Barbe- cue. This has always been a popular outdoor event, those at- tending being sure of plenty to eat at the right price. No one ever went away hungry. Tell your family, fell your neigh- bors, tell everyone! See you there, Saturday. Bet you think we can't sneak past the charge School Division No. 29 included j the following matters and resol- utions in its business at the reg- ular August meeting: The planning, programming, budgeting, evaluation system was discussed It was decided to seek approval from the de- partment of education lo sub- mit the year-end financial state- ment on the basis of the new svslcm. All of our Scouters work hard al their respective jobs, none more so than the genial dis- Irict commissioner of the Griz- zly District, Larry Trembtay. He is just back from the whooping crane area of the Northwest Territories out from Fort Smith. Forest fires have ravaged vast areas nf the Ter- ritories and Scoulcr Larry has oeen flipping around by heli- "dig in" at the ice arena; bi- cycle races, track and field, a Irip lo the Lelhbridge Game Mayor Robert Graham. Mrs. I Farm for the leen-agers and a Edna Mueler, Don Pcnguilli, senior citizen's lour of beauly Richard Larson, Carmen Con- spots in and near Lelhbridge The three tunes wil1 be ulav- snop in Inc area and there were instructions in arch- lnlcc v, Mr Varehut will ho nrv lonnk Ir-ifl- -inrl field and ctl at oncc ana th- toul Poulls civ, tennis U act, ,md Held and winner eralmg a sporting gcods shop. I many specia events. Mr Hulyeme represents the th'e'Tct5 atna bf i lowec o, e ac ompa 'i L t he Tip Inn MUcl. ,i'" f cannot use an amplifier or The meeting _ also set mem- j (_JJ CRANBROOK (S p e c i a cumulation ot garbage would Cranbrook city officials, who have }el stabilized to support mule on the fiddle. rad and Robert Takaguchi. Seven girls assisted with Ihe program. Mr. floelofs feels Ihey did a "bang-up job" work- ing wilh the children and teen- age people. The seven: Libby MacPhee, Jeanne Hicken, Di- anne Jensen, all of Raymond; Judy Hirsche, Nancy Dudas, both of Stirling; Marsha Selk and Kathy Tudor of Wrentham. There were more than 1.6G5 people hope w young people who took parl in' mer of 1972 with the last stop of the day being at Ihe Henderson Park Sunday concert. Light refresh- ments were served and then the bus brought all home to Raymond. The some equipment which has Arl.s, era) Ls meets Friday COALDALE The Coaldale i ihe production of a map of the Arts and Crafts Club will hold district. its first meeting of Ihe new Considerable time was spent season Friday nighl at in a discussion about the sclt- bcrship dues of ?o per indivi- 1 Consider their cily at least the dual and S20 per business. The Crown Princess city of Ihe membership of the chamber Kootenays, look ollence at s proposed Ihe program commit- i' c P o r t to the Association of tee proceed with Ihe production Koolenay Boundary Muniri of a directory of businesses op- pal't'es concerning its dis- erating in the district and with Posal grounds. i The report was by the AKBM-appointed pollution con- j trol committee. It termed "the substantial building. (OW11 iOlS been bring committee purchased o'clock at the home of Anna-1 policing of business practices district. The chamber is to establish an office where complaints about "shysters" laid away until time to it forth for another sum- belle Graham. All members and those inter- ested in joining [he club are mer program which the young asked to attend. Important and "con men" operating be the sum-j items of business are on the the area can he listed. Lcgiti- I agenda. male businesses will also Cranhrook city dump of a Sat- urday something to see with its flying debris and tires." For over a decade the for- 0 days CLARES HOLM (HNS) mer citv dump. located north Tmvn comlcil has to Pul The board was informed thai j as part o[ bif, sketch plans for renovations Tor Malthew Halton High School have been approved by I !i c school buildings branch. Final; plans arc now being prepared. The auditorium committee will meeL and discuss sclnol facility rental rates during the next two months. It will rec- ommend a revised schedule of fees for any not covered by Ihe joint use agreement wilh Ihe recreation board The secretary reported trans- lo stem the extent of fire de- vastation. This emulation of Smoky the Bear is rather commendable but it builds tip misapprehen- sions. For cxnmplc 8 c o n t r, r Larry complained about Ihe Directors Jeffrey, Leigliton honored Fort Steele Cemetery restored of Xorlh Second Street across from the present hospital site. be was battered by similar criti- cism. However, geographical city expansion eastward sev- eral years ago caused the engi- neering department to relocate the terminal for iLs garbage service a mile eastward and higher along the bulldozed hill- j Council ]0 town-owned lots in reserve for a period of 30 days for the B o y c h u c k Construction Company aflcr hearing its pro- posal lo construct 10 low-cost housing unils pending approval of an .ipplicalion lo Central Mortgage ami Housing Cor- By N.ANCY MILLS Special Correspondent CKANBUOOK (Speci all- Historical Association of Eabl Kootenay arranged a plaque length of time by road from presentation ceremony at Cran- rectjon Or R. brook Boys Club for a double- header powerful assist in its uork of preserving historic in- stitutions. This was of a special project under di- Howcver, arrival in 1887 of ers in the lovely hillside loca- Ihfi North West Mounted Po- 1 tion range from J887 to recent lice contingent under Major Samucl Steele with 70 men at acknowledgement nearby Galbraith's Ferry es- i i M1JILII lldll.MlJl IllUtl and grave occupants in- j lonHfin anri _r landlill and Calgary to Walerlon Lnkcs Na- lional Park. .That is what comes of two months of heli- coptering. The centre of this week's con- Labor group porlalion assessment will begin gralulations must well be ,__ _i_____ I.T-VTP U" l-'1 when all the bus roule changes HC.MP Slaff-Sgl. W. McCall and van policies have been of Lelhhridgc who I, a s jiisl mrdc for Ihe new term. i been named chief of security A committee v.ill study Ihe tor Ihe new University nf Lclh- information necessai-y for the bridge, campus across the river assessmenl and will'then con-1 in west Lelhbridge. Only Ihose tact the department of educa-1 who are close lo him know how lion lo commence the assess- ment. Fourteen bids were received UUi l.elhbriilgc. IVolf Cubs al for Ihree bi'.scs that had been McKillop Unileil flinrcli. Oul in i dear lo his heart is Cubbing. He is an active leader with the government HEGINA (CP) The execu- tive secretary of the Saskalch- Jeffrey of I Cranbrook and T. A. Leighlon of Kimberley, associalion di- reclors at Ihe New Fort Sleele Cemetery which has some 40 graves. It is about CO years old. Wild Horse re- storation of the unidentified dead of Fishcrvillc community in Ihe mid-18GO's was an ini- clude several of the Galbraithj, Family who established their i side. The former site had Us fires extinguished when the new site was ready and accessible, which transformed it into sani- bulldozing tablished Fort S'lcclc, now one! farm and ferry in or so. of Canada's historic parks. Actual work in this associa- Deafhs of three young men tion project, suggested by ori- of Ibis contingent from "Moun- tain Fever" necessitated a Fort Sleele Cemetery at the river- side community. Some 30 years later Lhe coffins in this cem- etery were disinterred and transferred to the new hillside location off the highway under ginal field director and associa- tion galvanizing force since its founding, Dan MacDonald of luunuing, jutin itidLuuiiaiu ui Movie and Dave Kay of Cran- ll aPPears The city designated it a re- serve for future park, and Kinsmen are considering al- ready ils development as such. N7atural vegetation has re- established itself there, though 20 years ac- tial association project 10 to 13 a mile from Sleele- years ago and is along the as- sociation's restored last mile to Fishcr- Tuesday called for a re-organi- zation of the provincial depart- ville. ment of labor, criticizing the II1 a'dve'rlised''fo7''salie''Th7liuses government for not spending Spai'tVOU sold at an average price arc in camp he is right in enough money in Ihe dcparl- of S553 there with all they do. Need-; mcnt- Mr. Strom was appointed lo less lo say the boys think he is Look at a fundamental staff to replace Mr. Bin-groan, tops and Ihe other leaders ap- j section, research and cunning i as band instructor. This ap- predate his interest and his in- pomtment completed for school opening. staffing fluence. Three woofs to you, Scoulcr Dill! Itiis year the ridiculously small sum of JJ4.000 will be pent in that Bill lorpedo livings Jlotcl Legends of the grave trans- fers done as casual labor in the early 1900's some sinister, and some hilarious, still persist undocumented. Carrying out its predecessor NWMP tradition, KCMP help in restoration this summer was unstinting, headed by Staff Sgt. W. A. T.' Tooley and Sgt. A. L. Beach with field work by Spe- cial Const. Henry Hincks. Director Derrick Rothennel The dale of the next meeting To all our Wolf Cubs around is Friday, Scpl. 10. Ihe southern Alberta region as well as to all Scouts and Ven- turers now engaged in the gen- tle pursuit of knowledge may all success attend vour ef- ciulgo enlhusiasicco-opera- TAKKS THE COOKIE DUBLIN', Ireland (API Ire- land's exports lo in a i n I a n d China in take Ihe well, Ihe cookie. They added up j best." to for cookies. Good hunting, a Leaguc, a best of Ihree lion rrom mass Of energetic i saw Sparwood Expos recently chal.gcs contributed much lake the deciding game by ot Ulc work. Deatli dales on grave mark- foils. As Akcla sajs, "Do your WELCOME to LETHBRIDGE ALL ATTENDING THE 7TH ANNUAL ROTARY HORSE SHOW Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion THURS., FRL, SAL, SEPT. 9-10-11 invilnlion to you lo visit our store We feature the largest selection if i the South Country for the entire by Tony Lnmn, Juslin, Cowlown ond Texas WESTERN SHIRTS by Karmen and Tern Tex LEE and LEVIS JEANS WESTERN SUITS AND SPORT JACKETS by Prince Clothing WESTERN HATS by Bailey, Resistol. ond American Hal PLUS LADIES' WESTERN OUTFITS If it's Wcslern or Rugged and if H's NEW you'll find II FIRST al WESTERN WEAR GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE of Cranbrook Boys Club, now n -n ,u l NATAL (IINS) Playoff ac-, transferred lo Calgary Boys of flcgina lold a ser- Uon in (hc m I b vice club meeting. "It is simply, hopelessly in- adequate.'1 Mr. Davies said the govern-: trouncing the Kings "Hotel ment will spend S97.000 on the Fernie to the tune of 15.5 labor relations board and con- ciliation services, "a budget completely deficient for Ihe job of riding herd on the prov- ince's industrial relations." "The existing lack of firm and factual information that could be provided by an ade- quately linanced and staffed research and planning branch, hampers everyone who has anvlbing lo do with labor rela-. D'lls The losers used two pitchers Mr'. Davics said Ihe mosl ef- whilc winning pitcher Bert brook and ils currenl president, Henry Mayberry of Cranbrook. was locating and zoning of graves, squaring plots, restor- ing markers and remounding burial places. Unlike Wild Horse Cemetery at Fisherville a mile east, markers, eilher stone or wood, identify the person buried there many of whom were pre-re- sloralion residents of Forl Steele Historic Park. Park curator Norman Black- burn reports good attendance by tourists at the museum and park this season, while the as- sociation is working on devel- IJaker Holdings plol appraised CRANBROOK (Speci all- Disinterested appraisal consul- tant, I. C. Robison Ltd. of Cal- gary, has established appraisal of for 6.4 acres of city property in its recreation de- who worked on a part-time ba- velopment area. The acreage is property Baker Holdings Ltd. of which Mayor Klinkhamer is a mem- ber and agent, and adjoins the also lowered the minimum square footage re- quirements for two and three, bedroom houses as set out in the building bylaw. This was necessary lo bring the c o s t of construction down lo an economic level that would permit houses lo be sold at a down payment of SGOO and monthly payments of to si 10 including principal, inlcr- csl and taxes. The new minimum square footage for a two-bedroom house was set at 810 sq. ft. and 853 sq. ft. for Ihree. bedrooms. Town council has passed a motion by Councillor Charles Thomas to expand the mobile home sub division at the north end of town. This was made ne- cessary because all available lots were now in use and there were a number of applications for more. Claresholm is advertising for a dog warden. The last one sis has submitted his resigna- of tion "for personal reasons." TO HONOR NEWLYWEDS A wedding dance in honor of oping surrounding interest of: corporate related Baker Es-' Mr. and Mrs. Bryon S'lickel who these tourists, some 130.000 tales Ltd. prestige town house- were married Sept. 4 will be held Oct. in the L'lks Hall in points of inleresl in the viemily The undeveloped for-' Milk River beginning at p.m. such as Wild Horse, the Dew- mer agricultural acreage dney Trail and the new cem- j bounded bj South Isl SL. A and eterv. Friends of Ihe couple are in- vited to attend. Sparwood, after playing on rather even terms with the op- position for most of the game, exploded for four in the sLxth inning and cinched the game by scoring five runs in the seventh and last inning while holding tlio opposition scoreless. Spanvood up to their uprising held a narrow one run I 6-5 lead. feclive way of improving the labor relations and conciliation services is to hire more per- sonnel. Goldwyn marks 89th birthday HOLLYWOOD (API Last week Samuel Goldwyn marked his lifllh year with double birth- day parlies attended by his family and close friends. "Sam was reports his wife Frances. "One party a! lunch and Ihe other was in Ihe afierncon, and he had two cakes." March 2S, President N'ixon arrived ill. the Goldwyn house in Beverly Hills to present Ihe veleran producer with the Modal of Freedom. Ihe highest U.S. civilian honor. That wa.s Golduyn's first public ap- pi'aiMticc .since he suffered a roke two ago. remains inside the Gold- wyn mansion, bis immense en- ergies hobbled by his age. yet often show 'ing a s n r p r i s i u g brightness of mind. Once an actress and Vogue model, Frances Howard gave up her own career when she married Goldwyn in 1925. She keeps an eye on Ilic opcr- i iilion cf Hie slndio. which as a rcnlal Id for movies and lelevi- siiin shnws remains (he bn.siesl nl the independent operations in Hollywood Ekel. who aided bis own cause by pounding out two home runs, went the entire distance. Jim- mey Krall and David Roberge also hit for the circuit for file winners Bolh teams were lied at 'me game apiece going into the third and deciding game. Seven teams comprised Ihe Elk Valley Softball League this season with all teams being well matched. Hoiioi- Todds al 8 PINCHER CREEK (Special! Sgf. Ernie Todd. officer in charge of the Pineher Creek rtolachmcn! of Ihe RCMP for the past five years is retir- ing from the service. Sgl. Torid has had 25 years in Ihe force. Wilh his and family, he will be leaving for I Crcslon, B.C., where be has purchased a motel and orchard. A farewell parly will he held for Sgt. and Mrs'. Todd in the Piiiehcr Creek Curling Rink lounge at S p.m. on Wednes- day, Sept. II. MUAUS ON WIIKKUS LONDON" (CPl Lalesl tour- ist attraction here is a 2.1-seat restaurant on Ihe top deck of a convorlcd bus. The facelift, costing is modelled en Queen Victoria's railway car- riage with velvet en- graved glass and gas laiiiiw. Moals cost aboul a head. September Safe Days Are Here! The gay, carefree way of life Jordan's happy new shag look for people with Young Ideas "Saturday Night" Vibronl, multi-color nylon broad- locm now specially priced for (his Grcal September Event! Made exclusively for Jordans by Bigelow. We Have Carpets for Everyone! Jordans Use JoirlTns Coivc'iirnt Kuc'ncl Plant No Down Payment! DOWNTOWN ot 315 6lh St. S. Out-nf-fown may phone 327-1103 tolled for tcrvico right in their own ;