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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta LUCKY STRIKE- Bock in 1910 Lucky Strike, east of Milk River, was a thriving "one-horse town." How did Ihe name come about? When the post office was opened, those who obtained land in tho vicinity were considered to be forfunafe, says Place-Names of Alberta, published in 1928 for the Geographic Board of Canada by the Department of the Interior. Another interesting item: Etzlkom, village end coulee, is Blackfoot for "valley" coulee; also known in Blackfoot as "misloonsisco" or "crow springs" coulee, as Crow Indian war parlies used to water there. Friday, V, 1972 THE LFTHMIDCE HERALD 3 News MFVJS to--- Riding clinic TABER (HNS) "Monle Forcmon" rider-training clinics vill be held here during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend Oct. 7, 8 and 9. Films will be shown during Ihe clinics. These will be sup- plemented by actual demon- strations o[ techniques by in- structor Pat ,Wyse. It is under the sponsorship of the Taber recreation depart- ment in co-operation with the local riding club. Further information may be obtained by contacting Pat or Eddie Sparks. Box 2144 or phone 2Z3-2076 Taber. Decision awaited TABER (HNS) Decision to take a municipal census before Jan. 10 was tabled by town council recently. Tiie decision awaits an anti- cipated announcement ot a Engwer stays open TABER (HNS) A third at- tempt at passing a bylaw to control tlie closing hours of Taber businesses and shops failed to reach fruition at a re- cent meeting of town council. Lacking unanimity in the six to one vote, the bylaw was set over to Sept. 18 for a third read- ing. Separate charges against a local store under the two pre- vious bylaws, for staying open until 9 p.m. Saturdays, were dismissed in provincial judge's court on in the wording of the bylaw. Store propraetor Edward En- gwer expressed his opinion that "it's a bad with Lelh- bridge drawing late night shop- pers from Taber. Mr. Engwer told council every phase of the bylaw should be enforced. Mr. Engwer continues to stay open Saturday nights and now the store remains open Wednes- day afternoons. CHURCH MISSION Bide Clark of Cardston leave] Oct. 21 with his wife on a 1 mission "for Church of Jesus Christ of Loiter Day Saints, seeking con- verts to the church in Ihis province, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories. Mr. and Mrs. Clark recently returned from Inuvik, N.W.T., where they lived for 11 years. Mr. Clark was superintendent of maintenance for Town of inuvik. COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre- school clinics: HAYS: Tuesday, Sept. 12, In the school from 1 lo 3 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Sept. 12, in the Picture Butte High School J.-om 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Sept. 12, In the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday, sept. 13, in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Sept. 14, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Sept. 14, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. IIARDIEVILLE: Friday, Sept. 15, in the school from to p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale, 345 3388; Taber, 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medi cal officer of health, urges par- ents to ensure their children are fully protected against con- tagious disease and tooth de- cay. Venereal disease, a mount- ing health problem, can be dis- cussed in a fully confidential manner. Speaks Sunday IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Ralph Tennant of Lethbridge will speak when services at the Iron Springs United Church re sume Sunday. The service will be held a 11 a.m. Mrs. E. H. Reiter is organist FIVE GENERATIONS Five generations, spanning birthdays from 1887 to 1972, comprise Ihis photograph made recently at the home of Mrs. Mamie Dunk of War- ner. Mrs. Dunk, sealed, holds her great great grandson, Shawn Clawson, seven-months-otd son of Mr. and Mrs. Ric Clawson (nee Lorna Walmough) of Lethbridge. Stand- ing: Mrs. Ron (Ethel) Walmough of Pentiction, B.C., and Forrest E. Dunk of Warner. Mrs. Mamie Dunk and her husband, the lote Clarence Dunk, moved to the Warner district in 1921. r agri-industrial development r the town. Town secretary treasurer M. Anton told council the Walk, sewer okayed TA'BEK Municipal ;orks approved by town coun- il include sewer main and dewalk extensions, road de- clopraent and crop land im- provement. Council gave the green light a a 125-foot extension to the 8th St. sidewalk at St. Pat- rick's Elementary School to accommodate the second front entrance. Also approved was a change n routing of a 15-inch sewer main which will eventually erve an area south of Highway i recently annexed. Plans for tlus line have been submitted to provincial govern- ment authorities for approval by engineers Reid, Crowther and Partners, Calgary, and ma- terial will be procured for early .nstallation by town crews. The cost of the line will be jased by a contribution by the sugar company, also served. A request from the chamber of commerce, which received favorable consideration, con- cerned improving the road at Lhe north end of town from 50th St. west to the park highway. It will be useful for travellers on Highway 38 going to the provin- cial park along 64th St. Council authorized prepara- tion of 80 acres for seeding al- falfa along with a cover crop. Bon Bigelow will do the work for the cover crop (first census would cost about Each added name would net the town about S15. Meets Sept. 11 COALDALE (HNS) ThJ Coaldale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary will meet at 8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 11, In Ihe hospital boardroom. Members and interested wo- men are urged to attend. Pythians meet COALDALE (IMS) Coal- dale Pythian Sisters, Suns e t Temple G, will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12, in the Coal- dale United Church Hall. It is the first meeting alter two-monlh summer recess. Lang, Olson coming MILK RIVER Justice Min- der Otto Lang, minister re- xmsible for the C a n a dian ?heat Board, and Agriculture linister Bud Olson will attend public meeting here at 6 .m. Monday, Sept. 11, to dis- uss agricultural policies. It will be held in St. Peter's toman Catholic Church base- lent. The meeting is expected to be Soutliertoii LDS bishop at Bow Island TABER (HNS) Carl J Southerton was named bishop of the Bow Island ward ot the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat ter Day Saints by stake pres ident Kenneth P. Anderson re- cently. Bishop Southerton succeeds Dr. Noall Wolff. He has movei :o Lcthb ridge. Counsellors to Bishop South erton are Wren Atwood am Fred Heidinger. Frank Koch continues a clerk and executive secretary for the ward. Sekura talks resumed TABER (HNS) Town coun- cil has suponclcd action on ex- propriation of a long-term lease on property required for a nicipal airport In favor of dir- ect, negotiations once again with the leaseholder, Mike Se- kura, Jr. Having received notice Aug. 19 of expropriation procedures to make the crown-owned land available for the airport, Mr. Sekura met with council, reduc- ing his offer to release the lease (eflective to 1989) from to Mr. Sekura's concern centred on the fact the airport, running diagonally across the north half of section 13 would cut his pas- lure in half, making it impos- sible for livestock south of the airport to reach the watering ptoce north of the landing field. Council agreed an attempt should be made- lo provide a stock corridor 50 feet wide at Ihe west end of property to be fenced out. Miss Costigau visits parents BLAIRMORE (CMP Bureau Miss Louise Costigan is hoh daying at the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cost gan. Miss CosUgan has recentl returned from a six-week pei forming tour of Europe with th New England Conservatoi Chorus of Boston, Mass. She will be returning to Bo ton shortly where she has been awarded a scholarship. She will be commencing the second year of the bachelor of music degree program. TOP STUDENT Top student Dennis Kunimoto of Taber has won a SGQO scholar- ship from the Alberta Hotel- men's Association for schol- astic achievement. He also re-, ceived the Ellridge A. Sluart scholarship from the Carna- tion Company Ltd. He is now studying at Ihe Univer- sity of Calgary in the faculty of science. Mr. Kiinimoto was an honor student In Grade 12 at the W. R. Myers High School. Pension plan The Canada Pension Plan will be explained at sessions sched- uled as follows: MAGRATH Town hall, Sept. 14, to 11 CAHDSTON Town hall, Sept. 14, 1 to p.m. Anyone may attend and all questions will be answered re- garding applications for bene- 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Family and friendi are invited to attend an open house from 2 lo 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17, to honor Mr. and Mrs. John Sauer of Iron Springs. It will be held al their farm home. They request that no gifts be given. They started farming at Iron Springs in 1928. They have 27 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. ATTENTION FARMERS We at Armstrong Welding are now taking orders for interested in having thflir rub bars concaves rebuilt and hand faced for next season. Due to the great demand every year before harvest, we have been missing some farmers. Act now don't be left oull Have yours done aftir harvest this year before storing them for Ihe winter. lent longer IhrasSes better for half the new price, 10 years' experience of satisfied Sallifaction guaranteed. Act now. ?hone Jack Armstrong ARMSTRONG WELDING SERVICE 13315-124 St., Edmanlon, Alberta Ph. 454-0254 Mobile Number YJ22923 1972 VEGAS AS LOW AS DOWN And Per Month on approved credil 1972 IOW MILEAGE EXECUTIVE DRIVEN DEMOS AT SAVINGS OF HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS 1972 CHEVELLES AT GREAT SAVINGS! of the remaining brand new 1972 Models and company-owned low mileage demonstrators Come In To The Home Of WE NEED YOUR TRADE See one of the Beny Boys now on special model year-end savings! CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE MAIN GARAGE OK SUPERMARKET IOT PHONE 328-1101-CONNECTS All DEPARTMENTS BEFORE YOU BUY CHECK AT BENT'S OR YOU MAY PAY TOO MUCHI ;