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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Shower, Honors Miss Cerny NATAL, B.C. (HNS) A miscellaneous shower was held in St. Michael's Hall in Natal recently in honor of Miss Shcryl Cerny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cerny of Natal. 3-Moulh Term For Enteriiig TABER (HNS) An allemp to drive a new 1970 Thunder bird through a shop door Superior Motors here resultei in a three months jail sentenc for Delbert Big Sky of Lestock Sask. Sentence was handed dow: by Magistrate A. H. Elford ii magistrate's court. Pleading guilty lo a chargi of breaking and entry wilh in tent to commit an indictable of fence, Big Sky was remandei in custody for a pre-sentence re port. Finding his way into the gar age shop, Big Sky apparently was unable to open the largi roll-up door to drive a new car out. He then attempted to pusl the door open with the car. A town. constable, Gerald H Ensign saw the red flash brake lights through the shop window, and apprehended Big Sky. Damage to the garage dooi was estimated at Child 'Clinics Set COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre- school clinics: ENCHANT Tuesday, Sept. 15. in the School from 1 to 3 p.m. TABER Tuesday, Sept. 15 in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TURIN Tuesday, Sept. 15, in the School from to p.m. COALDALE Thur s d a. y, Sept. 17, in the Health Unit Of- fice (upstairs in the Town Of- fice Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER Thursday, Sept. 17, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. HARDIEVTLLE Friday, Sept. 18, in the School from to p.m. Fluoride tablets are available all clinics free of charge. The guest was escorted her sister Miss Pam Cerny Natal, Miss Nancy Stephens and Miss Vcra Martin, both Sparwood. The evening was spent wi the guests playing whist bingo. Whist winners were Mi Irene Travis, Mrs. Tlieln Chrystal of Blairmore and Mi Mary Stephenson Sr. Tlie co solation prize Was won by Mr Alice Little. Bingo winners Mrs. A. Tern lin, Mrs. Ann Holley and Mr Maria Pan. Children's pri bingo winners were Mis Bhnia Paron, Miss Patty Ba rass and Miss Debra Ransoi The guest book Was attend1 by Miss Karla Hegland of E Valley, cousin of the bride-t be and Miss Debbie Miller, al of Elk Valley. Lunch was hostesses. served by ti Continue Higher Education NOBLEFORD (Special) Local students leaving to furth er their education are Dian taking nursing train ng at the Royal Alexandr Hospital, Edmonton and Elain Erickson, entering the facult of physiotherapy at the (Jn versity of Alberta. Vicky-Lynn Stoller is enrol ed in the secretarial scienc course at the Lethbridge Com munity College. Susan Urvold is entering th Gall School of Nursing in Let! (ridge. Robert Vander Woude ha 'eturned to Edmonton wher le is entering his third year o Irafting at NAIT; David Post nan is leaving for Gran ianids, Mich., lo enter Calvir College. Ruth Vander Woude is ta. nedical laboratory science a he University of Alberta. Randy Mclntosh is enterini. he University of Lethbridge in he arts and science course fo be first two years in prepara ion to continue in veterinar; medicine. Rosemarie Waiand is study ng a computer technologj ourse at tlie University of Cal ;ary. Church Resumes NEW DAYTON (HNS) The ew Dayton United1 Church re- meed services recently follow- ing the summer recess. Hev. Dave Hewlett is min- ter. Miss Janice Duell will be or- anist, replacing Debra Cronk- te who is leaving to attend miversity at Calgary. COUNTRY NEWS These Are rhelcthlnridgc Herald Correspondents In Your Area STIRLING MRS. MIIDRED HARDY General Dellv.ry TABER ROSS GIBB Delivery TYREU'S LAKE MR5. MARY HAMLING......F.O. Box 97, Wrenlham VUICAN LUNDY FINDIAY Central D.llviry WARNER MRS. PEARl LIEBELT General D.liv.ry Contact time people for your Dillrict Newt or Classified Advertising riiuudoy, September 10, WO TH( imiBRIDCE H8RAID 3 SENIOR CHAMPION lethbridge marksman Frank Leffingwell, left, receives the Ponoka Fish and Game Association Trophy for winning the senior men's event at the recent Riflem'an's Rodeo at Ponoka. Making Ihe presentation is Quin Fate, club president. Rifleman's Rodeo Draws 375 PONOKA Big game en-. Last year the Leffingwells husiasts should be well-primed or the coming season after two ull days of simulated hunting it Ponoka's annual Rifleman's Rodeo here recently. There were 375 entries in five iompetitioris. Prank Leffingwell of Leth- iridge was winner of tlie senior nen's event and was presented with the trophy rifle offered for Ompelition yearly by Ponoka ilsh and Game Association which sponsors the rodeo. won honors in the team event. The Herb Green family of Fort St. John, B.C., featured in two events, Mrs. Green was la- dies' champion and the couple combined with Al Mirdoch of Ponoka, Percy Jones and Brian Jones of Delburne to win tlie team competition. The pioneer event was taken by George Kestner of Veteran for a second year running. Dick Hays of Forestburg was junior champion. The events drew competitors from all parts of Alberta also several points in B.C. and the U.S. Noted, among the visitors was Dr. Boris Radimenko, ecologist from University of Moscow in Russia who is here at the invi- tation of the University of Al- berta. He commented favorably on the organization of the rodeo and was particularly interested in the manner in which it draws together persons with a com- mon interest. Spanvood Term Under Way School Shifts Needed NATAL (HNS) The sun mer of fun and relaxation is ver for elementary and see ndary school students in th District of Sparwood. Tlie fa crm opened Tuesday. The new Sparwood Elemen ary School extension is et complete so it has bee ecessary to restrict the kin ergarten to two classes or 6 ;udents. The first 60. pupil egistered for kindergarte tarted Tuesday. The remain er of the kindergarten stu ents are on a waiting list fo class which will probabl .art in December when th :hool extension is ready fo Some elementary student will have-to attend school ir lifts. The shift classes ar .mporary, and will terminal hen the new school room re available for use. Th asses involved are the inter ediate classes. Those wh ill be on shift were advise n the first day of school. Th hift schedule will be from m. to p.m. and from 30 p.m. to p.m. Five of the former teaching aff at the high school in Spar ood are returning this yeai r another term. These includi M. Peebles, principal; J Mahoney, Mrs.. K. Ma mey, L. F. Bousquet and J almsley. New teachers on e staff Include Miss K. Me ain, Miss E. Catton, K. Tail, an, S. Wiwchar, B. Dowden, Mergle, and J. Lee. Staffing the Elementa r y lool are principal F. Mit- ell, primary teachers Mrs. Borsato, .Mrs. A. Pascovich, >s J. Quail, and Mrs. F. SHHH TROIKA won't breathe it to a soul Ask for the exclusive mini-bottle 12 oz. size TROIKA VODKA-also available in 25 oz. siza Distributed by Canadian Schenloy Distilleries Ltd. Houston. Teaching Intermed ate classes are Mrs. Taverner Mrs. D. Lissa, L. Hyggen, Winstanley, Taverner, P. nir and Mr. Godfrey. The Crowsnest Michel-Nala bus run starts at Crowsnest a a.m., stopping at (lie Ml chel Hotel at a.m. and a Kowalls, Gaals and the Koote- nay Hotel at about a.m The final stop is at the Saw mill Road at a.m. Th Upper Elk Valley bus starts Joss' at a.m. and picks u continuously along the roa meeting with bus number 2 a Elk Valley Trailer Court a a.m. The Lower Elk Vai ley bus starts at the sawmii office at a.m. and pro ceeds on to Cook's and De- Luca's. The number 2 bu Water Supply Chief Topic At Ferule FERNffi (HNS) Fernie' water supply was the chie of discussion at the recen council meeting with Mayoi Eieno Lcnardon reporting Uia the present dam was built ti supply water to approximately people. He told council roughly Mople were relying on this :upply at the present time ant t was expected1 this figure may reach as high as by tlie end of the year. He feels steps should be aken to increase the size ol he reservoir by strengthening Ivo present dam and raising he height of the dam. The community's water sup- ly comes from Fairy Creek at :ie base of Trinity Mountain. Delayed NATAL (HNS) There has >een a delay in the opening of he Senior Citizen housing proj- ct in Sparwood. The open- g of the first six buildings as .earlier scheduled for ucsday, but estimates are ow slated for an opening in id-September. Tlie four buildings across the road will probably not, be ready for occupancy iinrj] the end ot September. Several people had plnns made to move into the build- ings last weekend, but their plans had lo be changed. Some of the units do not have bath- room beaters installed, and others do not have UK major appliances hooked lip. Four of the units in the hous- ing project are still available to those senior citizens wbd may qualify. starts at Wilson Creek Trailer Court at a.m. and stops at Sparwood Development Trailer Court at a.m. Raymond Work Program Is Close To Schedule RAYMOND (HNS) The s u m m e r improvement work program for the town of Hay mond is running close to sched- ule. The three blocks of paving For streets in the area of the three schools is, being finished with the last coat ready to be laid soon. The contract for the work was awarded to Tolleslrup Construc- Jon of Lethbridge for rhe three blocks being resur- faced are Ihosc where the cold mix was used previously some ago. The mix has been 'ouiid to be unsatisfactory for he. southern Alberta climate and the streets broke up dur- ing the season changes. Tlie three blacks includes the street which joins Highway 52 >ast the elementary school, east o the high school and the third Jlock runs south to Church Ave. Dredging at the town storage reservoir south of town is mov- ng ahead. The dredging opera- ions will clean the reserv o i r md give more water capacity or winter storage. This is the irst step to a better water sup- ily for both quantity and qual- :y for the winter months when he reservoir is not fed by fresh valor from the canal system. A new floating intake will be idded to tlie system. The pres- ent storage capacity of the res- ervoir is 38 million gallons of water. When the present pro- p-am is finished this figure will le doubled. The work at the reservoir tas been contracted with an en- gineer from Don Mathicu En- pneering directing the job to hai'dsurfacc area and one is on East 100 South. The boulevards have been seeded along each block. One of the main streets of the town, known as the East emove yards from the lotlom of the reservoir. Four new blocks of curb and gutter have been added to the treets. Three are at the new To Hinton BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) and Mrs. Stu Murdoch, esidents of Coleman for many left the Crowsnest Pass to take up residence in Hinton. Mr. Murdoch, an electrician with Coleman Collieries for many years, is now employed y a mining company in the Hinton area. Mrs. Murdoch was on the lursing staff of the Crowsnest "ass Municipal Hospital for nany years. Missionary Veteran At Piucliei1 PINCHER CREEK (Special) Donald Rubesh, repre- sentative of the Back to the Bible Broadcast. Lincoln, Neb- raska, will speak at the Men- nonite Brethren Church Tues- day, September 15, at 3 p.m. The church is located at 520 Charlotte Street, Phicher Creek. Mr. Rubesh served as a mis- sionary in India near the Tibet- an border for six years prior to jecoming manager of Back to .he Bible's office in Ceylon when it opened in 1955. The of- fice handles Bible corrcspon- dei.ce courses. Christian litera- ture and radio broadcasts for Pakistan, India, Ceylon and Burma. According to Mr. Rubesh, ra- dio has become increasingly im- portant as a means of spread- ing the gospel. AU missionaries have been expelled from Bur- ma and those seeking visas for India and Pakistan are finding it more difficult to gain per- mission to enter those countries. "Having been in India and Ceylon for 20 years, I am con- vinced of the effectiveness of the Back to the Bible Broad- the representative says, "Considering the limitations placed on gospel broadcasting, in no other portion of the world has greater success been at- tained in proclaiming the gos- pel." Back to the Bible's English broadcasts are released more than times a week on over 380 radio stations around the world. entrance to Raymond which runs from the south town lim- its to the North, has been rc- gradcd and brought up to stan- dard. The top crown will hfl laid from tlie new gravel pur- chased and crushed from: th0 Roden Murray gravel pit. The town purchased yards for town work at fifteen cents per yard at the pit. Royal Sand and Gravel, Lelhbridpe, was awarded the job of crush- ing the gravel for one dollar pea- yard. All streets will be repaired with the new gravel in lime In have the work completed for winter use. 'Pass JNurses Meet Tonight BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Crowsnest Pass Chapter of the Alberta Association of Registered Nurses will meet in Ihe Crowsnest Pass Municipal hospital at 8 o'clock tonight. All nurses in the district are in- vited to attend. The new executive Includes President Mrs. Joyce Dziedzic of Burmis; vice president Mrs. Nettie Kinnear; secretary Mrs. Mary Rowbotham and treasur- er Mrs. Mary Dudys, all of ColeJ TRUMPET RENTALS O' PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. 13lh St. S. Phone 327-1056 Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vsrnon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blolrmore S62-2M? Home of fine Brazier foodi Dairy Queen brazier. Both NORTH and SOUTH sundae FRIDAY and SATURDAY Eat, drink and be merry ;