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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta BONNIE preparing a full recreation program for the Crowsncst Pass. Recreation Project Under Way BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau Bonnie Porter, di- rector of the Crowsncst Pass Recreation Board, is preparing fall recreation program to age brackets in embrace all the area. Some of the programs Miss Porter is planning will include gymnastics, gym activity classes, h a n tl i c raft hobby classes for ages 7 to 14 years. Ladies' keep fit classes for 15 years and older, ladies' basket- ball classes for 17 years and older will also be organized as well as sewing classes for 17 years and older and ceramic classes for those 16 years and over. Furniture refuiisliing will be offered for age6 17 years and up and a men's physical fit- ness program is to be or- ganized. Senior men's basket- ball and broomball for 17-year- olds and up will also be offer- ed. A homemaking course for 17- j-ear-olds and up will be on the program as well as baton twirling for 6 to 14 year old pupils. Ladies' broomball and basketry will also be available for 17 year olds and up. Basketball and table tennis will also be on the program and efforts are being made to form TOPS (take off pounds sensibly) club. The classes will be held the various towns in the Crows- nest Pass and will depend upon registration figures. Miss Por- ter has indicated that fees may have to be charged for some of the courses or classes to offset cost. Persons interested in ajiy of the above mentioned classes or groups should direct their en- quiries to the recreation of- fices in Blairmore at 562-3633. Try Before You Buy! UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION 55! MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE 618 3rd Ave. S. 328-5447 Zobell Covers Walkathon Route In Three Hours RAYMOND (HNS) Alhcr Zobell, Raymond high schoo student, made tire best time in the second annual Haymonc and district walkalhon. Kis time was three hours to Pyrch Heads Fair TABER (HNS) W. R. (Bill Pyrch wss 1amed chairman o Taher's Community Fair Board at a recent board meeting. Results of the Aug. 15 fair were assessed and plans lait for the 1971 bench sHow sehed uled for next Aug. 21. Retiring chairman Dennis M Turin assumes the position o vice president; Mrs. Nancy Platt is secretary, and R. F Gibb, treasurer. Mrs. Lulah Gibb will again head up the flower section; Mr Turin, fruits and vegetables; Mrs. Platt the home economics (cooking) section and Mrs Inez Harris the handiwork sec- tion. The board will meet Nov. when revised prize lists will be approved for early publication of the program booklet for the 1971 fair. Crest Contest Entries Wanted PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Miss" Wendy Rasmussen, rec- reaiion director ot the North County recreation area states more entries would be wel come for the North Countj Crest Competition. Th's is lo end Sept. 30. The crest should be of stan dard size so that it can be worn on either a sweater or jacket by persons involved in recreation in the North Coun- ty. The winners will receive cash prizes. Ladies Keep Fit classes and basketball are being organized. A basketball league will he set up throughout the county, with anyone in the North County can enter. The office hours are Tom 9 to 12 and 1 to 2 p.m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- days at Picture Butte. M r Lindy Rainbow has jeen hired as the new North County Recreation Office Sec- retary. Calls are always wel- come pertaining to recreation or to make appointments with the director. HOSPITAL PATIENT NOBLEFOKD (HNS) Her- man Harm is a patient in St. ifichael's Hospital at Letb- ridge. ATTENTION! BEET FARMERS WE HAVE 1 ONLY! 1947 FORD 21 TON Equipped with heel box and hoilt, good tires, approxi- mately to milei on rebuilt motor. READY TO GO, ONLY 1718 3rd AVENUE 5. '499 PHONE 328-5526 FORD the 22-mile walk to Magrath and back. He was fastest last year too. Alvin Bullock, MLA, was the senior trophy winner. Mr. Bul- lock competed on his 64th birthday. Michelle Taylor, Raymond high school student, made the fastest time for women return- ing to the starting point at the town hall just before noon. There were two six-year-old boys, Richard Cox and Jimmy Stevenson, who came in with the same lime. Both1 will be awarded trophies for "young- est walkers to finish the course." Ira Bourne, chief of police, walked for tire lughest stakes of the day, District Governor Robert Kelly of Lions International District 37D walked the full course 'accompanied by Mrs. Kelly, Mayor Lyman H. Jacobs, town councilmen and other citizens. The walkathon was sponsor- ed by the Raymond Lions Club and the ice arena committee. Merchants donated trophies. The money will be used for artificial ice for Ule arena. The Lions club started the fund with a cheque for One young six-year-old, Lorin Hardy, who broke his leg only a few weeks ago, walked three niles in walkathon on crutches. the WINS OLE LIEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP The Ole Lien Memorial Scholarship was recently award- ed lo Garnet Zuehlke, left, a former studenl of the Warner High School. Mrs. Lien is making the presentation. The annual scholarship is awarded to a student who has completed high school at Warner and is not going on to university. Miss Zuehlke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Zuehlke of Warner, is taking a secretarial course at the Lethbridge Community College. Film Presentations Planned At Pinclier Hockey School Opens Scpl. 2J> For Youths TABER (HNS) Potential NHL hockey stars will lie reg- istering from I lo 5 p.m. to- day for a hockey school teing held in the spoi-ls complex from Sept. 28 lo Oct. 8. Registrations arc being re- ceived at the town's admin- istration building at each for boys 11 to 111 years of age. The registration includes ad- mission [o Ihc game here Oct. 1 between the Calgaiy Centen- nials and the Estevan Bruins. PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pinehor Creek Minister- ial Association will present two motion pictures in Pincher Creek, October 2 and October 4. The first film to be shown in the Lutheran Church is an authentic sight and sound- film of Israel called, His Land. This is a new release by World Wide Pictures of Min- neapolis, which shows the de- velopment of Israel from the ancient past to the present- It includes some new songs, some of which are written on location by Ralph Carmichael. This is a one hour color film which graphieaffly presents Jsra'el as a nation today in [he light of scripture. The second film is called "Like a Mighty and is a dramatic new film of a man in tune with his times. It is the story of Dr. James Kennedy and the Coral Ridge Church of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. In nine years this church has grown from 17 members to more than members. The film presents the growth of this church through Evan- gelism, which Dr. Kennedy sparked. This film will be shown Sunday evening, October 4, in the Anglican Church Hall. Choral Society Singing Begins (September COLEJIAN (CNP Bureau) Mrs. Ingei- Randle o[ Blair- more, director of the Crows- nest Pass Choral Society, an- nounced practices will resume in the Horace Allen School Au- ditorium, Coleman, at 8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 28. Mrs- Kay Longworth will be pianist. Persons interested In joining the society are invited. Others 'nterested in choral work should phone Mrs. Randies. Both films will be shown at VISITS COUPLE SPAHWOOD (HNS) Mrs. Janet Adair of Liverpool, Lan- cashire, England, Is a visitor at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Walmsley. loturdoy, S.ptemW JS, 1970 TH[ IfFHBRIDOl HHAID J 4 HONOR TABER COUPLE More lhan 400 friends and relalives gathered in Taber recently to honor Vclma and Billy Williami on Ihc occasion of their golden wedding anniversary. Mrs. Phillip (Rita) Keller and John Williams were bridesmaid and best man respeclively ol Ihe August 18, 1920 wedding of William W. Williams and Miss Velmn East of Taber- The Misses Judy and Deanna Williams aMen- ded the guest book. After the banquet an evening of dancing was enjoyed to music by Dick and Mae Hud- son and Bill Fletcher. Mr. and Mrs. Williami have 1 I children and 35 grandchildren. Speech, Modern Media Discussed At Parley MOTHER, DAUGHTER WIN MEDALS Mrs. Rea Tagg and Tamara Joyce, 7, of Cardston will receive silver medals from the Royal Conservatory for highest- marks in grades 1 and 8 speech arts in the province. Their leather is Mrs. Mary Yvonne Hohm of Spring Coulee. COUNTRY NEWS These Are Herald Correspondents In Your Area VAUXHALL MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. Box 239 STIRLING MRS. MILDRED HARDY Gin.rol D.livsry TABER ROSS GIBB Gintrol TYRELL'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMLING P.O. Box 77, Wr.nlham VULCAN LUNDY FINDLAY Central Dellv.ry WARNER MRS. PEARL LIEBEIT General Conlatl these people for your Dlilriel Ntwi or Classified Advertising Seek New Matron TABER (HNS) Appliea- ions for the position of ma- ron for Clearview Lodge (sen- or citizens home) here are be- ng received up to 5 p.m. Sept. 9 by Kenneth W. Garner, Ta- Foundation sccretary-trcas- rer. Duties will commence Oct. 1. Lodge caretaker and matron Ir. ami Mrs. Ben Wiebe were elieved of their positions fol- owing a recent meeting of Hie Foundation directors when staff problems" were discuss- At least two petitions for the einstatement of Mr. and Mrs. fiebe are being signed up for resentation to the board, one the lodge and the other from the general public. Attend Wedding GRASSY LAKE (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Alex Powell motored to Regina to attend the wed- ding of tlieir neice, Linda Pow- ell, to Thomas Laurie Taylor. The principals of the wed- ding party are known in south- ern Alherta. Linda is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Powell, former residents of Ta- bcr. The marriage look place in St. Paul's Pro Cathedral with Itev. David Guthrie officiating. Rob M'ilkins was the best mail and maid of Iwuor was the sister of the bride, Pamela Powell. The reception was held in Westward Ian. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor are making Uieir home at Regina where they are at- tending university. Idea Rejected CLARESHOLM low Creek school division board turned down a request for a half lime -sccrctsry lo help with extra typing of material necessary in the new reading program. They passed a motion lo have the roof of the MacGregor school repaired at a cost of CWL Meets GRASSY LAKE Grassy Lake CWL resumed meetings in September, follow- ing the summer recess. Rev. Nelson encouraged the 15 members present to attend the adult education program to be held in the St. Mary's School Library, Taber, beginning in October. Among the plans for the fall projects, a smorgasboard will be the highlight for October. 75th Birthday IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mrs. H. Dronkelaar entertained at her home recently in com- pliment to her mother, Mrs. J. Slomp, on the occasion of her 75th birthday. Mrs. Slomp came to Iron Springs with her family from Holland in IMS. New Colony CLARESHOLM low Creek School division board trustee from Stavely George WUlis told tire board he had spoken to leaders of a new Hut- leritc Colony which is being er- ected northwest of the town as an off shoot of the MacMillan Colony west of Cayley. He said the colony was hold- ing up building of their church so Hiat they can comply with specifications required by the school division for schoo! rooms. School superintendent Hugh Ross said there were three ave- nues the board cculd take: the Hutterite pupils could use the facilities of the Stavely schoo' where there was ample room available; the colony could op- erate its own private school but would have to hire and pay foi its own teachers; or the board could enter into an agreement Tvitli the colony to have a school building erected on the colony and operated by the board. He said the department of education allowed up to per square foot for the construction of schools. Losers Meet NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The Sparwood Calorie Cou n t e r s Club, the Born Losers, has an- nounced meetings and exercises will be held every Monday eve- ning at the Spanvopd Second- ary School commencing at The club was formed primar- ily to help women control their figures. Exercise instruction will be given by Mrs. Harry Peebles. More District Oil Page 25 COMMUNITY AUCTION SALES ASSOCIATION LTD. SPECIAL FEEDER SALE MONDAY, SEPT. 28th at P.M. PINCHER STATION SALES YARD 400 HEAD QUALITY FHDER CATTLE Highlighted By 60 HEAD GOLD BROS., TWIN BUTTE 50 HEAD C. MILVAIN, BURMIS 50 HEAD JACK BROWN, CRANBROOK 45 HEAD ALEX WHITE, PINCHER CREEK 45 HEAD STIVE SAMTA, COWLEY WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30th at P.M. CALF AND YEARLING SALE CRANBROOK SALES YARD FRIDAY, OCT. 2nd at P.M. MIXED CATTLE SALE PAKOWKI SALES YARD KEEP THIS DATE IN MIND WED., OCT. 7th MIXED CRANBROOK CONSIGN YOUR CATTLE EARLY SecrelaryTreosurer-ED GROSS-627-22B5 Ficldman-DON FITZPATRICK-627-40B3 Auclloneer-WARREN C. COOPER-Licino No. J Aid Playground NATAL, B.C. (HNS) With all income now in, the July 1 celebration committee for the District of Sparwood has been able to make available its fi- nancial report, Money derived from this un- dertaking is to be earmarked for the playground improve- ment project. Donations amounted to a social brought in S940; take- home supper provided almost gate receipts amounted to and the walkathon brought in almost Total revenue was and total expenses at reduced the receipts to a net profit ol OK Gas Hike TABER (HNS) At a re- cent meeting the chamber coun- cil took no action to oppose a proposed increase in natural gas rates by Canadian Western, supporting the action of the town council that an increase is justified. Arrangements were initiated for a general membership meeting of the Chamber where proposals for purchasing sou- venir caps, based on the much publicized Lo-o-ong Sun motif, will be considered. The year end (Aug. fi- nancial statement, of the cham- ber, noting receipts of against expenditures of was accepted subject to audit. STIRLING (HNS) Speech and Modern Media was the theme of the annual confer- ence of the Canadian Speech Association at the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg. Mrs. Margaret Zaugg, speech therapist of Lelhbridge and a resident ot Stirling, attended. Prof. Harold Turner, presi- dent, was chairman. Speakers to the theme includ- ed Miss Gertrude McCance, di- rector of school broadcasts, Winnipeg; Dr. Paul Cashman, vice president for student af- fairs, University of Minnesota; and Mark Sladc of the Nation- al Film Board, author of a book entitled Language of Change. It is estimated that Adven- ture in Speech, a radio and tel- evision production in Manitoba, reaches a vast and mixed audi- ence with 90 per cent partici- pation. IVliss McCance had just re- turned from Britain and inform- ed the conference of the open university being jdeveloped by 100 top professors making use of radio, television, video tape and correspondence. Ah- e a d y people have applied. She said "it is time to bring education to all, estimating four years for bachelor's degree and sis years for master's. According to a rhetoric and communications profes s o r, "there is a new rhetoric with no style of language direct, forthright and the number one priority Is to prepare men to speak well A teacher may have a fund1 of knowledge but students are saying in effect, "Don't show me what you know, but what it has done to you. Let us know you." Dr. Michael H. Prosser of the University of Indiana, rep- resenitne Ihe Speech Associa- tion of America, announced there are plans under way for a joint conference of Canadian and American associations to be held at Montreal. The 1971 conference will be held at St. Johns, Nfd. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING DecoUK, Reiident Rep., Blairmora Phone 562-2149 Interest on Savings Accounts Interest on Free Chequing Accounts FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST LETHBRIDGE 309 7th ST. S. PHONE 328-5518 Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Montreal Southern Alberta Livestock Marketing SALES FEEDER HOGS Monday p.m. FAT HOGS SHIPPED EVERYDAY. CATTLE Tuet., Wed., Thurs. and Fri. CALF SALES Friday, Oct. 9th and every Fri. thereafter. LAMB SALES are in full swing, JOE DEAK MANAGER Consign all your fat hogs, feeder hogs, lambs and cattle to your leading Commrt- sion firm, your Co-op where you are guaranteed the highest market prices. ORDER BUYING LET US FILL YOUR ORDER FOR FEEDER CATTLE. WE ARE FULLY EQUIPPED TO FULFILL YOUR REQUESTS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE. Consign All Your Livestock To The Co-Op Southern Alberta Livestock Marketing COMMISSION FIRM ORDER BUYERS AND EXPORTERS Bonded For Your Protection "SERVING SOUTHERN ALBERTA TOR OVER YEARS" LOCATED AT ALBERTA STOCKYARDS HYW. NO. 3 327-4010 Office Phones 327-2328 ;