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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Rodeo Action Set For Taber TABER (HNS) Up io 2 contestants are expected participate at the Taber Ro ing Club's third annual indo rodeo scheduled tonight a Saturday, in the new ho c k e arena. Programs commencing eacli evening will see cot petition for jackpot prizes popular rodeo events includir bareback and saddle bron riding, calf roping, ste wrestling and bull riding, and greased pig race for newsme Ladies' and junior barrel ra ing will be included in both pi grams. The show will have an inte national atmosphere with liv stock provided by McGowi Rodeos Limited of Republi Washington, and contesta n t coming from Montana, Was injton, British Columbia, A berta and Saskatchewan. In preparation for the rode supporters have hauled aboi one foot of dirt onto the co; crete floor for the protection livestock and participants, an the setting up of corrals, gat and catch pens. The equipment used will 1 removed immediately followin the two-day show so that a fu skating program can get undo way the following weekend. Meantime, mass participatio will be the keyword at a plan Team Speaks On Drugs September 29 TABER (HNS) The A: berta department of youth tear on drugs will be in Taber Tues day, Sept. 29, under the spon sorship of the Catholic Worn en's League of Taber. CWL president Mrs. Barbarc Reti said that arrangement made would bring two or more experts on the drug problem to a public meeting at 8 p.m. in St. Mary's High School auditor ium. Parents and other interestec people are invited. During the day the specialists will address groups of students at St. Mary's, and W. R. Myers high schools in Taber, and al tbe Barnwell school. Homes Stripped NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Thiev- ing is going on at an "unbe- lievable" rate from the houses left vacant in Natal for the Urban Renewal Scheme, a Re- gional District of East Kootenay release states. Frank Bertoia, who adminis- ters the scheme for a commit- tee of the three governments involved, says the vacant houses are being stripped and, while many people know who's doing it, no-one is willing to testify in court. The result is that the public at large is be- ing robbed of hundreds of dol- lars in salvage rights. Aluminum storm doors have been taken, frame and all. Other doors are suddenly not there; sometimes an old relic is nailed up as a replacement. ning meeting September 25 call- ed by Tabor's recreation board for setting up an organization and laying the ground rules for the community centre's official opening. The meeting, to commence at 7 p.m. in the town council room, Taber administration building, will be open to any desirous of assisting in the opening pro- gram planning and production of same. A number of people who have indicated interest in promoting the event are being especially invited to attend. It is expected that a program committee will be set up, a general direction given as extent of program plannin Date of the opening will !eft to the committee, pendin determination of the length a extent of the celebration. International Flavor For Raymond Walkathon Lady Lions Buy Dishes For Centre TABER (HNS) Mrs. P; 'ampbell and Mrs. Bertha A derson of the Taber Lady Lion Club, meeting with the loc board, agreed supply dishes, cutlery and ot er kitchen equipment for th new recreation centre. The Lady Lions will speci he equipment required for 40 inner settings including ope Mttern of dishes and cutler nd will provide funds for th lurchase of the dishes and cu ery. Management, care, maint nance and replacement of a dtchen equipment will be th espohsibility of the recreatio joard, a service provided b he Lady Lions at the old com munity centre. The town's purchasing de lartment will be responsibl or obtaining bids and purchas ng all equipment required fo le centre. In other business, the boarc ccepted the offer of Juliu to supply a skate sharp ning machine and providi sale sharpening services a le centre at a rental of 3er month for the ranter sea on. Hours of operation, whicl lould coincide with evening ice ctivities, and rates charged re to be agreed between Mr anzel and the recreation de artment. The board conducted inter ews with four applicants am snsidered applications from hers not present, for positions the community centre stafi volved in the management o] existing ice facilities. Subject to acceptance of sal- ry schedules set up by the jard in accordance with the wn's general policy, Tony erkl will become the senior mployee on staff. Other mem- rs accepted are Ernesl ampbell and Ernest M o 1 i n e 10, it was understood, would on a part time basis for e month to suit his present ork. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decaux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 RAYMOND (HNS) Ha mend's second v.'alkalhon drawing attention from bo sides of the International li with the announcement t h; Robert Kelly, District Gove nor of Lions International Di trict 37D, will walk in aid the artificial ice arena fun Mr. Kelly of Missoula, Montr will be sponsored by the Lta clubs in southern Alberta an northern Montana. Sponsored by the Raymon Lions club and the In? Aren Management Committee, t walkers will leave the town ha at 7 a.m. Saturday. Merchan of the town have put up fr trophies, one each for the ma and female making the taste time to Magrath and back, tl senior walker in years, youn; est and the walker bringing i the most money for the day walk. The distance covers 22 mile there will be check station along the way in order for eryone to have full credit fo the distance they cover. President of the Lions clu S. Earuwatari reports suppoi has been pledged from one cen a mile to five dollars on walk ers. Among those striding 01 Saturday morning to walk th route will be Mayor Lyman I Jacobs and the Chief of Police Ira Bourne, Lion president Saruwatari with the support o six club members walking wit him. No count has been mad of the school children who wi walk but 500 application sup port forms were first made oui The number has since bee doubled. The first walkathon for th town was in aid of the buildin fund for the ice arena which is a holding ice sheet only. A tola Corn Harvest Ends Today TABER (HNS) The field corn harvest in the Taber dis ,rict will come to a seasona and successful conclusion Fri day, according to officials o Cornwall Canning Co. Ltd., lo- cal vegetable processors. Firm spokesman Bob Bender advised that an "above aver- age" crop has been garnered. Quality has been excellent. No loss of crop was reported rom the 27 and 28 degree nights early in this week, hough there was a slight de- erioralion of quality as a re- iult of frost conditions. Sfudents Return BARNWELL (HNS) Ma.1y arnwell and district students ave left to resume their uni- ersity studies. Wendy Clem- nts, Wendy Chra and Ladine ensen are attending the Uni- irsity of Alberta at Edmon- jn. Meantime, members of the ames H. Tanner family have eft to return to their various chools of education. Mr. and Jrs. Dale (Phyllis) Evans o n nd family have returned to rovo where Mr. Evanson will mimence work on his mas- rs degree in zoology at Brig- am Young. Mr. and Mrs. ames R. Tanner will also re- urn to BYU where Mr. Tan- er will continue his studies in .ernational business and Mrs. anner will continue in elemen- ary education. Linda Tanner ill commence her second year the Church College in Ha- aii. of was raised. The Lio club sparked the drive for fun for artificial ice with, a cheq for Saturday's walkalh should skyrocket the fund if t thusiasm is any indication. Female Pucksters Banned CRANBROOK (Special) Cancellation by an all-male c rectoratc of the Cranbook Mi or Hockey Association of girls' Sunday hour and a ha arena ice time the past thn years is not being lightly taki by a former long-time directo Ron Bailey. Cranbook girls have won t! East West Kootenay gir championship the past years, with 30 players rangin from 13 to 18 years old. Weekend registration Mine Hockey start saw rejection girls applying. Associatio president Norm Guizzo says will apparently tally up to 71 boys from five to 19 years o to be scheduled for 22 hours arena ice weekly. Since the girls were most n cent registrants their elimina tion is first toward making tr most of the limited ice time The decision precipitated th immediate resignation from th directorate of the girls' repp sentative Lee Brown. Ron Bailey, at whose sugges ion the girls entered the Asso riation auspices and were ac cepted in ]9G7, intends to figh the board decision. He says minor hockey is mblic recreation made possibl )y public facilities and shoul >e available without any dis rimination to all youngsters. Proudly s OVER IN PRIZE MONEY nm and the Indian Rodeo Cowboy Assoc. Present the INTERNATIONAL ALL-INDIAN INDOOR RODEO FINALS OCTOBER 2-3-4 8 p.m., SAT. 8 p.m., SUN. 2 p.m. Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion TROPHIES IN ALL EVENTS: Bareback Bronc Riding Calf Roping Saddle Bronc Riding Steer Wrestling Jr. GirU Barrel Racing Sr. Girls Barrel Racing Boys Steer Riding Team Roping Brahma Bull Riding ONLY THE 10 TOP FINALISTS IN EACH EVENT WILL BE COMPETING ADDED EVENTS: Joe Saddleback and hit world famous dance troupe featuring his 2 sons performing the hoop dance Miss Laverna McMaster Miss Indian Princess of Canada Indian Children Group Advance tickets on sale at Herb's Western Wear, Marcel's Club Cigar Store, and Doug'j, Music and Sports. Adults Students (13-18 with cards) Sl.OO Children (12 and under with parents) FREE Friday; Family Nite- Mom, Dad and 2 Students Chamber Hits Peak CRANBROOK (Special) iranbrook Junior Chamber o ommerce has reached peal nembership at 38 young men nd will sponsor one of the four ational Jaycee extensions this ear. This will be helping ernie group organize for a larter. Recent social meeting t Fernie will be followed by a econd this month by Cranbrook aycee delegates. Installed as Cranbrook offi ers in June were presidenl :m Norrie, vice presidenl ary Bain, secretary Rick Ste enson, treasurer Gordon Da is, past president Jim Jack on, and directors Keith Me ee and Reg Cartwright. Jay- ee objective is guidance to- ard exec u t i v e competence two courses now undei ay here at semi monthly din- er meetings in public speak- g and parliamentary proce- ure. During summer meeting re- ess, Cranbrook Jaycees, who unded Sam Sleele Days six- jars ago, successfully partici- ated in the 1970 edition by onsoring the Beer Garden, th substantial net proceeds di- ded between two city pro- jects. Opening Social MAGRATH (HNS) Mutual Improvement Association held its opening social recently. Tra- vel to many lands was enjoyed at booths demonstrating food and handicrafts of each coun- try. Classes resumed study and a good attendance from both wards was noted at special opening exercises. Friday, Soplombor 18, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAtD 3 Game Group Holds Meeting FOOT MACLEOD The 294 member strong Fort Maclcod Fisli and Game Asso- ciation held its regular meeting with president Julius Molt- zalin greeted by a larger than usual attendance and enthusi- asm was the mood of the group. Reporting for the Junior For- est Wardens was Hairy Chap- man, Jr. The first meeting had been held with 30 boys regis- tered. They will be meeting in the Scout Hall each Friday at 7 o'clock and will be accepting registrations all of September and are in hopes of having pa- trols set up so tha1 classes may -begin tha first Friday in Octo- ber. There have also been many inquiries from girls for a Girl Guard group to be formed. If even three women would vol- unteer to act as leaders, the JFW leaders would assist them in establishing a group. It was reported that entries for the fish competition are coming in. A board for those who wisli to sec what has been entered is in the window of Macleod's Store. More entry forms are available from Fish Chairman, Pat Wharton. Leigliton Buchwell, MLA, had informed the association of the require m e n t s necessary for them to qualify for the 28 acres of property they are trying to secure. The legalities have now been looked after and the club is in hopes of going ahead with improve m c n t s. Suggestions were to make it into a family picnic with a camp kit- chen, ball diamond, playground equipment, and hopefully a club ouse. Harvey Dcrsch, Big Game chairman, reported that signs were available for the farmers and ranchers to post their land The signs arc sponsored by lh< Alberta Farmers' Union and the Alberta Fish and Game As sociation and are printed by the Alberta Wildlife Depart- ment. These signs are free and may be picked up from anj Fish and Game member or con- tact Mrs. Dorothy Wharton. Tenus VanfTol "reported that the Department of 1 n d i a n Af- fairs had sent hihi envelopes in order that ho could send them the wings of ducks and UK tails of geese with information as to when and where they had been shot. This project is to assist Date set' for the annual ban- quet and dance has been tenta- tively set., for Feb. 6 at the Elk's Hall. Petitions Circulate In Craubrook. Fire Protection Sought CRANBROOK (Spc c i a 1) Termination December 31 of city fire protection outside city limits, along with B.C. Hydro action in turning off extra-mu- nicipal Slaterville street lights one night recently, has sparked "ormation of a citizen commit- :ee for three outside areas to jetition for city inclusion. Areas are Slaterville repre- sented by Whitey Leask and Celly Parkin. King Street by Bob Sparks and John S'canland, between T. M. Roberts School, Confederation Park and South Fourth Street, and mile long King Street from North Baker WINS SCHOLAR SHIP Koscmarie 'iVaiaml of Mon- arch and a 1970 graduate of Noble Central IliRli School at Noblcford, received an Alber- ta Holclinan's .Scholarship for attaining an average of SG.6 per cent in matriculation sub- jects She is studying compu- ter technology at the Univer- sity o[ Calgary. Coaldale Needs Site For Dump COALDALE (HNS) James McQuillan, health inspec tor or the Barons Eureka Health Unit, (which includes spoke to council recently re- garding the need to relocate he present nuisance grounds. January, 1971 is the expiry date. Mr. McQuillan had proposed new site but the provinc i a 1 jovernm.ent says it will cause lollution to the Oldman River. This is also the problem with he present grounds 10 miles lortheast of town. The area which Mr. MeQuil- an proposed is IVi miles from le river. The old area is three- [uarters of a mile away. Mr. McQuillan plans to go to Edmonton shortly to speak to government officials about the iroblem. OK Rental Rate TABER (HNS) A guaran- eed rental rate over a two year eriod for residents of Tatar's ublic housing project goes into "feet October 1. Provision of the two year jaranteed rate will mean in 'feet, that rents will not be creased during that period, ccording to housing authority anager Don Windrum. Each tenant will complete an fidavit of his previous 12- onths earnings frpm which e rental rate will be caicul- ed. Rates are subject to reduc- on if the tenant's earnings de- ne. A further provision of the low ntal policy will be a reduc- on in rent of per child per onth, resulting in a saving of I to for some present :idents. For the 20 occupant families the project, the new rates II result in reductions for 18 d no change for the other o. TABER ROPING CLUB 3rd ANNUAL C.A.R.A. APPROVED INDOOR RODEO IN THE NEW MILLION DOLLAR SPORTS COMPLEX FRI., SEPT. 18th at p.m. SAT., SEPT. 19th at p.m. THE EVENTS SADDLE BRONC RIDING BAREBACK BRONC RIDING BULL RIDING STEER WRESTLING CALF ROPING LADIES' BARREL RACING JUNIOR BARREL RACING BOY'S COW RIDING GREASY PIG RACE STOCK SUPPLIED BY McGOWAN'S RODEOS LTD. ADMISSION: ADUIIS SI.25 CHILDREN UNDER 12 75e RODEO DANCE SATURDAY EVENING IN THE COMPLEX Reil Heads Lions Club BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Rcil of Bcllcvue will cad Ibe Blairmore Lions Club as president for the coming year. Other officers named are past president, Joe Pozzi; fist rice- president, Wray Kenny: second vice president, Eric Price; Alden Brososky; treasurer, Cliff Gilbert; Lion tamer, Vern Decoux; tail twist- er, Don Thornton. One j'ear di- rectors are Gus Ericksson and Reno Lissa and two year di- rectors Fern Paquette and Tom President Roil gave an inter- ami Little Van Home Walls- ville Road by Jim Dalman and John Fleming. Fourth indepen- dent petition was originated in lane and Van Home Street rail- for submission. The fire pro- tection agreement costs 7.73 mills of lax collected bv the When and if the three peti- tions receive sufficient proper- ty owner endorsement more detailed information will be pre- pays it to the city. The street lighting was on an informal 25 pared toward informing rural taxpayers of the benefits they under city distribution. The three petition areas would receive from citv inclu- and the cost to them the city west side have estimated population over At present the rural mill rate a scattered area, and strictly residential Pinecrcst has about provements is the same as the 60 families outside east limits. city's rate for these. Rural rate including fire protection is G0.47 Kootenay planner Alfred Mil- ler some time ago presented a 17 year program for city lim- he city's rate of 74.61 mills. esting report on his attendance Such petitions must be spon- at the Atlanta. Georgia conven- its extension toward adding in taneous but if support shows tion. It was announced that tile sub stages surrounding acres. sufficient interest city council The immediately western area can consider such petitions and was first proposed phase. refer them to city ratepayers, held at Whitefish, Montana Oct. would include an estimated enact them by public 3: the mid winlvr conference notice on which both rural and at Havre, Montana Jan. 22 and city ratepayers may require a 23 and the summer multiple dis- brook yard and the Industrial )allot among themselves as to convention at Medic me unorganized wedge IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Avenue Soutfi Phone 328-4214 ;