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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuriday, September 16, 1971 THE LETHBRID6E HERALD 3 District election roundup Competition will be plentiful in battle for council seats The reason is uncertain. But Peler Maclrt Mar- there are more people running for council seats in southern Alberta towns and villages than ever before. In the majority of commu- nities in this area there are al- most two persons seeking each council seat. Election date is Oct. 13. Action should be spirited in Coaldale with 1C candidates seeking the six seals on coun- cil. Pincher Creek has 15 can. didates seeking the six seals. Magrath should also be very active with three candidates seeking the post of mayor and 12 candidates seeking the six council seats. Fever must also be high in Raymond and Taber with 11 candidates seeking six council seats in both commun- ities. Fort Macleod be satis- fied with the way things are going because there are only seven candidates seeking tho six scats. At the close of nominations Wednesday mayors were elect- ed by acclamation in Blair- more, Coleman, Fort Macleod and Picture Butte. Three way contests will fought in Raymond and Ma- grath for the chief magistrate's post while there will be hvo- way contests in other towns. Several hospital and school board trustees went in by ac- clamation although there will be a few contests Ihrnughoul the district. Following are how the nom- inations stood at noon Wednes- day. BELLEVUE-COUNCIL (five Howard Bennelt Donovan Reil, William A. White, Ricardo Petrone, Louis Olinek, M. A. Vaslenhoul, John A. Borlhwick, James Fisher Godfrey Huigar BLAIRMORE MAYOR: George Wait re elected by acclamation. COUNCIL (six Dr. L. R. Amundsen Wallace Aebli, Dm De- cecco Sam Goodman, Er- nest Fantin, Joe Giza Jr., Er nest Luini, Michael Amallo Jr., Lawercnce Pizzey, Eugene Ro- jek. HOSPITAL BOARD: John Ulrich re-elected by acclama- tion. Blainnore vole on fluoridalion. CLARESHOLM MAYOR: Ernie Patterson (line, Floyd 'Norby. COUNCIL (six Paul C. Andersen Dr. G. D. Clark Allan C. Grab- owsky, Donald Green, Willard Henkcr Dan LeGrandeur, Charles B, Thomas James Wannamaker. llin F. Hudecek Steva Kondas, Peter G. Martens. COLEMAN MAYOR: John Holyk re elected by acclama- tion. COUNCIL (six Wil- liam Skura, Earl Schmidt Jerry Rejman, Molly Strick- land, Gordon Dunford, Joseph Wavrecan, Ted Kryczka Gino Quarin, Graham Atkinson Emily Misura. FORT MACLEOD MAYOR Ken Hui-lburt re elected by acclamation. COUNCIL (s i x seals) George Buzunis, John Davis, Grant Day, Charlie Ed- gar, Philip Hodnett Flor- is Lemire Ron Tilbe. MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL BOARD (by Jim Burger, Wilfrid Perrin. WIL- LOW CREEK AUXILIARY HOSPITAL: no nominations fil- ed; post to remain open until nominations received. IMAGRATII Swen Jensen Calvin Alston, Pingree Tanner. COUNCIL (six John Moors Dr. R. M, Dahl, L. D. Tanner, Ray Hark- er, David Lowry ftay Sievenson, Gordon Coleman, Gerald Leishman Hans Raasch, John Brunner, George Gruniniger Mark N. Pas- sey. PICTURE BUTTE MAY- OR: Alex Chronik re elected by acclamation. COUNCIL (six Duane Oliver Jack Finch Jim Fore- man Harry Watson, Jim Kulka, Howard Branch, Mrs. Mary Shaw, Mike Djordjevik, Henry Heinen, Clarence Leeck. HOSPITAL BOARD (by accla- S. P. Johnson Richard O'Brien Ben Ny- hof, Mrs, Betty Juris, Harry Wakort. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD REPRESENTATIVE (by William Vogt SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARD (five seats specia Passwords Trying to form choir BLAfRMORE (CNP Bureau) are being made by Mrs. Inger Randies of Blair- more to organize an intermedi- ate mixed choir of grade six, seven and eight pupils of the Isabellc Sellon School at Blair- more. The group will welcome any interested student who wishes to sing or who can play a musi- cal instrument. The practices will be held in the evening and pianist will be Mrs. Kay Long- wcrth. Pupils interested may phone Mrs. Randies at 562-2065. Scout meeting tonight BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Blairmore Boy Scout Group Committee will hold a meeting tonight in the Blair- nore United Church Club room at 8 o'clock. All parents of Cubs, former Cubs and interested persons are urged to attend this meet- ing to assist with the re-or- ganization of the group. Meeting planned Sunday COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) VIrs. Inger Randies of Blair- more, director of the Crowsncst 'ass Choral Society, has an- nounced the group will hold a ;c organizational meeting in he United Church Club room BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Grizzly Council of the Boy Scouts will be holding a GENERAL HOSPITAL (by ac- n Ccleman at 8 p.m. Sunday, Donald P1. Gaucletlc Sept. 19. All members and interested Donald F. G a uric tic WILLOW CREEK AUXILIARY HOSPITAL (one Willard Henker Stanley J. losa. COALDALE MAYOR: Al- vin F. Blakie Dr. Bryan W: Fenncgan. COUNCIL (six Mike Batycky, Abram Ens Melvern Epp, Earl J. Foxall, Mrs. Irna Goertzen John Gosse-n, Eugene Gregorash, Bill, Peler Lepkeman, E. Duncan Lloyd, Peter G. Martens, William 'D. Martens, Gailen 1C. Neville. Hans Pfeffel Douglas Redding. Simon Overcs COUN- TY OF LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL REPRESENTATIVE: Earl J. Foxall, Douglas Redding Rev. Peter Retzlaff. SEPA-1 All children three to junior RATE SCHOOL TRUSTEES j high age arc welcome tn (by Al F o d c r I attend. singers are urged to attend the meeting as plans for the sea- son are to be discussed includ- ing a Christmas program to in- clude various other musi c a I groups from the Pass. Attendance at the meeting will determine the forthcoming future and function of the Cho- ral Societv. Barbecue 011 Saturday Sunday school starts Sept. 19 COALDALE (HNS) It was promotion Sunday for the Coal- rlale United Church Sunday School recently. Regular Sunday School class- es will commence 11 a.m. Sun- day, Sept. 19 in the church. LOGGING CONTRACTOR Required Immediately In Creston area of East Kootenays to produce 6 loads per day. Contact Crestbrook Forest Industries lid., al Cran- brook 426-6241 or Creslon 428-2244, afler office hours con- tact Mr. Sid Brass, divisional Forest Superintendent at 428-4051. barbecue at the Castle River Camp Grounds at 5 p.m. Sat- urday. Purpose of the event Is to raise funds for the operation of Grizzly Council. More than 150 tickets have been sold at Pinch- er Creek east end of Grizzly Districl and persons in the Crowsnest Pass (west end may oblain lickets by telephon- ing' 562 2065. The barbecue is open to ev- eryone and will feature Alber- ta prime beef. Support is urged for this very worthwhile event. Auxiliary resumes meetings These Are The Lctlikidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area BIACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P.O. Bo, MB ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK P.O. Box 1852 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIE P.O. Box 231 CROWSNEST PASS VERN DECOUX Gonc-rnI Delivery Contact those paopln for your District Newl or Claisifiod Adverllling COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary met recent- ly for the first meeting of the new season. President is Mrs. Richard Veldkamp. A letter from Frank F. Wiens, hospital administ r a t o r was read, and slated two over bed- tables for the patients have been ordered. The auxiliary had agreed to have as one of its projects to purchase these ta- bles on a gradual basis. The cost was said to be about SBO each. The rclining of some of Uic window drapes for the hospital will also be done by auxiliary An electric coffee percolator for Ihc upstairs staff kilchen is to be purchased by Ihc aux- iliary. Mrs. Peter Regicr, as chair- man of Uic sewing and knilting cominillec was assigned lo pur- chase Ihc necessary materials and dispersal of Ihcm so that items can be made for llic fall ten and bazaar in November. permission to have elections next incumbents Jim Willon, Ed Wojlowicz, Stanley Liniski. PINCHER CREEK MA- YOR: Arthur Ames Arch- ibald Wilson. COUNCIL (six James Burns John Olyslager Francis Sorge (inc, Bradford Sawyer Oliver Haigh Frank Cotton, Morgan Johnson, James Killoran, Gordon Robb, William Nielsen, Frank Bennett, Lowell Holland, Frank Wood, Ronald Zukiwsky, Jefferey Higa. SEP- ARATE SCHOOL BOARD (by Albert Keelin, Alyre Therriault, Donat Pella- tier, Herman Peelers, J. Ray Griep. WILOW CREEK AUX- ILfARY HOSPITAL (by accla- Herman Peelers. RAYMOND MAYOR: Ro- bert Graham David K. Elton, Arlidge Hill. COUNCIL (six Gordon Scoville Robert Hell B. V. Heninger, A. G. Evans, Gordon E. Anderson, Dean Cooper, W. W. Pvalder, William W. Wilde, Bert L. Hall, Val Grabavac, John H. Bridge. SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARD (by acclam- Dick Deboer, Sam Kra- mer, Jan Wiademy, Mrs. La- veldo Krisko, Herman Schefter. PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD (by Keith Palmernn Mrs. Jolayne Hill, Charles Ac- kroyd, Mrs. Mary Heggie, Keith Hancock. COUNTY OF WAR- NER SCHOOL REPRESENTA- TIVE (by Keilh Palmer. RAYMOND MUNICI- PAL HOSPITAL BOARD (by H. Dean Rolfson, George TAliER MAYOR: Arthur H. Avery Lewis P. Pol- lard. COUNCIL 'six E. Bruce Milliken Wayne L. Gough Ken McDonald Dennis M. Turin, Mike Powell, Wesle M. Jensen, Peter Djordj e v i c, Gordon Berwick, Peter Lindquisl, Helen J. Wenlz Howard E. Francis. TABER GENERAL HOSPITAL BOARD (two Dale E. Clifton (inc) elected by acclamation in North Ward, Bob Patcrson South Ward. SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARD (five Joseph Chomany Huber T. Pyne Roy Blais (inc) Ronald F. Williams Jo- hanna McDonald Barry J. Ormston, Mrs. Lorraine A, Herman. VAUXIIALL MAYOR: Merv Nattrass Harvey Blaney. COUNCIL (six Norm Erskine Bob Pow- ers Howard Olson Robert Conners, Corny Loewen John Moore, Joe McNiven, Nora -Sautcr, Jim Sivartz. WARNER -COUNCIL (three Arvil Dustin, Ernie Heid, John Schoen, Bert Nils- son, William Entzminger, Wilf Peterson Jack Ashmore COUNTY SCHOOL COM- MITTEE (by Howard Folkins. TABER SPEAKER Eld- er Gordon B. Hiuckley. a nicmhor of Hie Council of Twelve of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, will speak at the Tabcr Stake Conference Saturday and Sun- day, Sept. 25 and 26. BALDNESS Free Scalp Clinic in Lethbridge Friday, Sept. 17th ATK ANNIVKHSARY UlNSi Mr. and Mrs. Claude Traxlcr celebrated their 401 h anniversary recently with n dinner for Uic inicdintc family nnd Inter an open housft for Ihcir Mends. BEFORE AFTER TESTED AND GUAR- ANTEED AMAZING DISCOVERY FOR HAIR AND SCALP. (Aid to improve conlition oF scalp) ACT NOW I MEN WOMEN "Save Your Hair" DON'T RESIGN YOURSELF This internolionally-famous ex- pert urges that you do not re- sign yourself to baldness unless you ore already bald. Your only obligation to yourself free your mind about hair loss, dan- druff, itching or olhcr scalp dis- orders. GET THE FACTS If your condition is "hopeless" he will toll you frankly. Abojt 50% of those he examines arc hope- less. Otherwise he'll tell you 'hat's wrong with your liair and scalp, whol can bn done about it, how lillle lime and money i will be required lo put your scalp in condilion lo grow heal- I ihy hair again DOCTOR'S AMAZING DISCOVERY FOR HAIR AND SCALP DANGER SIGNS Dandruff Excess Hair Fall Hair Too Dry or Oily j llchy Scalp i Hair and Scalp Specialist will be j holding free hair and scalp clinic i nt ihc Travclodgo Friday, Sepl. J 17th between llir of 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. All examinations am given In private, ihenj is no obligation. No appointment needed. Ask the desk dork for Mr, Brown's suito numbor. I Cress-well has new job PINCHER CREEK (Special) Peter Cresswell, ex-director of the Napi Friendship Associa- tion has announced his accept- ance of a position with (he Al- berta Government. He will commence duties as a Human Rights Officer in Edmonton, on November 1st, 1971. This is a complete change of plans for Mr. Cresswell, who had earlier decided to depart from Canada for his native New Zealand on a permanent basis. In accepting the new posi- tion, Mr. Cresswell explained that it was the one job that could keep him here. He sees it as an extension of his role with Napi, only on a wider ba- sis: the protection of natural human rights of all people. Mr. Cresswel] will depart Sept. 12, for a flying visit to New Zealand to visit his fam- ily and friends. He will return to Pincher Creek late in Octo- ber, prior to moving to Edmon- ton. Nursing home district sought by Taber group TABER (HNS) Applica- tion is being made by the Mu- nicipal District of Tabcr No. 14 to the Alberta Hospitals Com- mission for the establishment of a Nursing Home District in the area. The decision reached at Ihis week's meeting of the MD councU implies the establish- ment of an Auxiliary Hospital District (which has respoasib- ilily ovor nursing homes in the district) and the opting out of Ihc MD from the Lethbridge I Auxiliary Hospital District. The application also requests that tho nursing home district be operated by the same board of directors as the Taber Gen- cral Hospital District. The Alberta Hospital's Com- mission was set up recently by the defeated Social Credit gov- ernment of the province to have responsibility over health care services in Alberta. In other business relative to services in the MD, the coun- cil ratified an agreement with the lowu of Taber under which the town would operate ambu- lance and fire protection ser- vices, the town paying two Ihirds of the net cost of opera- tion. The ambulance service cov- ers Ihc entire MD, while the fire protection service is for F'P Area No. 1 which com- prises mainly the MD area south of the Oldman River. The MD and town jointly own the ambulance, while the MD fire liijck is separately owned. Induction service Sept. 26 COALDALE (HNS) The in- duction service for Rev. Albert Baldeo of Toronto as newly-ap- pointed minister of the Coaldale United Church will be held p.m. Sunday, Sept, 26 in the church. The service is arranged by the Southern Alberta Presby- tery of the United Church. Rev. William Harms, minis- ter of Uie Southern Alberta Jap- anese United Church, will be conducting the service. Ralph Tennant of Lelhbridge will perform the charge of in duction. Rev. Baldeo taught school in Toronto for the past year. He is formerly from Trini- dad. He received his training as teacher in Mount Allison in New Brunswick. Later he en- roled in St. Stephen's College, Edmonton for theology train- ing. Following this he returned to Trinidad where he was min- ister in a Presbyterian church for eight years. Rev. Baldeo is married. His wife is formerly from Barr- head, Alberta. The couple has three young girls. The duties of Rev. Baldeo will be part of a team effort of the United Churches in the area known as the Chinook Co- operative Parish. Tliree ministers and a num- ber of appointed laymen alter- nate in conducting the services for congregations at Coaldale, Ihe Coaldale-Raymond charge, Barons, Raymond, Cardston, j Rev. Clifford H. Parks, Barons- Picture Butte, Iron Springs Noblefc.rd charge and Rev. and at some other locations. Rev. Baldeo is assigned to C. H. Carnochan, the Cardston charge. New Dayton school closes after 60 years of service NEW DAYTON (HNS) Af-1 bridge taking first year of Corn- ier about 60 years of conlinu-1 m er c e; Roger Cronkhite is cus service, the New Dayton I School has closed its doors. Tile enrolment has decreased in re- cent years until last year there were just 17 students in grades 1 to 5 inclusive. A total of 71 students are being vanned to Raymond and Warner. Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Kaupp are the drivers for 27 students attending Ray- mond schools and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kaupp drive 44 students to Warner. studying Field Crop Production at Olds and David Duell is at (he Lethbridge Junior Col 1 e g e taking Radio Arls. Second year students are Detira Cronkhite at the Univer- sity of Calgary; Laura Skieth, who transferred this fall to the University of Calgtry from the Lelhbridge University and Pa- tricia Wozak at the Lethbridge Community College. Dianne Skeith is continuing Grade 12 graduates going on her studies at the University to further education are Rich- of Lethbridge in her third year ard Skeith, who is enrolled in of Arts. Gail Greeno is enter- General Arts at the University of Alberta in Edmonton; Gary Duell at the University of Leth- ing her third year of the nurs- ing program at St. Michael's Hospital. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Reiidenl Rep., Blairmore Phortfl 562-2149 Tor Black Libel we blend and brew only llie finest ingredients., .with patience...with bring out all their flavour. Then we give the brew more time in our cool, quiet cellars so that Black Label slowly matures to perfection. If you like a beer with flavour, try a Black I-ahcl .enjoy tin- full flavour that is conquering thirsts all over the world. C.irling Black Label- sold and enjoyed in over 60 countries around the globe. THE CARUNG BREWERIES (AHERTA) IIMI7EO BWI-HJ ;