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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta POT-LUCK By D'ARCY RICKARD Tom Mix in Tim Doadvvood Coach Ls playing at llic Kings today till Saturday and I'm go- ing to {-el a scat "not too far back please." Gcc, I Lhiiik Tom Mix is great and so is Tony, the won- der horse. Il's going to be a pliolodrama aL a Uirill-a-minulc clip. I'm going early so I won't bp disappointed Ix.1 cause there standing room only lu.sL night. It's a Fox produc- tion. Borrowed and Pleasure Mad arc playing at (lie Empress. 1 ss'anled Lo .see that big double feature pro- gram Rl the t tea Ire "for those who care.1' But Tom Mix wins. Dorrovred Husbands could be loo mushy. The cast includes Florence Vidor, Rockliffc Fcl- lows and Earl Williams. It's a picture even- girl and wife should sec. Some women regard R husband just, ns a pawn. Pleasure Mad looks good loo. It's Reginald Barker's sensa- tional produdion. Tlie orchestra overture is at Gee, Ihe Palace looks too. Thorp's Ihe romance of a good bad girl starring Viola Dana in The Heart Kundil. wilh TdJIton Sills. Il's got Tun, pep, romance, thrills everything one would expert, in a sizzling drama of a girl raffles. Kr, lhal's Jwr name, flaf- fles. Showing wilh The Heart Ban- dJt is Sundown, historic, fascinating. It's a iwwerful drama that leerrw wilh (brills in the last slaiul of the Western cattle kings, and their Final gigantic drive with 100.GOO steers across Ihe border. Gcc, and a two-reel comedy called Some Nurse. Maybe I slwuld forget Tom and Tony and see the greatest show in town wilh the screen's greatest stars. Ile.y, wait a miiuilc, It says don't miss The Whole Town's Talking al the Theatre, presonlcd by Ihe Play- goers' Cluh of LcLhbridgc. Curtain aL Friday, at Saturday. It's got niv limited and uproarious hilarity. Hey. wail a minute, Ibis April Fool's Day and I'm in the wrong year. How did I land up in 1925; I'm not even born yet. Gee, and I was already look- ing forward lo Xane Grey's C'ortc of the West and The Thief of Bagdad and Belly Compson in Ma mi and Marie Provost and Monte Bine in Tlin Marriage Circle and the Bran- don Opera Company wilh 50 singing voices and Rohiu Hood and IIooL Gibson in The Ridin' Kid from Powder River. Gurss I won't gel to sec Hall'i greatest novel, a Para- mount Arlcraft Special, The Woman Thou G-avesl Me, pnls- until emolion. vivid with ac- tion. filled with sensational scenes spot-is! orehos'ra music that pleases ah. heck, and T so wanted to see May Robson in the new comedy Teh. tcb. Icli, yue-ss I'll have to .settle for Clint Ka.stwmxl and Dirty Harry or (he French Con- nection. But it's going to be dull, terribly, terribly dull. Rev, Jordan re-elected FORT MACLKOD (Special) Salurcfoy, April I, 1971 THE LETHflRIDG! HERALD District News rea PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Chinook Health Unit will conduct the following well-baby clinics in April: FOKT MACLEOD: Tuesday, April 4, health unit office, lo p.m. PINCH UK CRKKK: Wednes- day. April 5, health unit office, to a.m. and lo p.m. IjUN'DIlIlliX'K: T h n r s April 6, Anglican Parish Hall, Lo p.m. CMKESItOLM: Tliui's d ay, April 6, elementary to p.m. OK spending FOHT M A C LKOD (Special) Ihe town's annual meet- ing Councillor Philip llodnctt, in charge of parks, ccmolcry and rc'C'reation, rcjwrtod two councillors, mayor and secre- tary had been in Edmonton, ac- companied by MLA Lcighton Buekwell, to request spending of surplus money. Tlie was granted, provided Iho money is included in Ihu Mr. IlodncU "We should be- able to go ahead with iiie next phase to improving j A poster contest tlk> arena. Tim 1071 Summer among Cubs, Scouts Games hn in inwn .ITU! it will Iw lo our benefit to have the facilities rudely.'1 from the Reach1 made, Ilardie- vilie al St. Joseph's Schools. Mc-Nally "U" over Me- Nally in n close 4 lo 3 score, Suimysidc won 7 lo 2 over Davidson Si. Joseph's beat Simnvsidc by !i to .T. When R u n n. y s i d c came against Mc.Vally "D" tlie score us J2 lo 3. Kitagawa wins Costs 11 mills KURT MACLKOD the town's annual meeting John Davis reported policing cost 11 mills. Paid out for personnel, In- chiding Jail ganrds, and other related is M4.WJO lo (Special) S45.WO. Tins sum is inure than double that of tO'iVnS. Mr. Davis reported residen- tial lots are at a premium. PINCHER CREEK t Special) was hold and Ven- ture1 md. prizes were present- ed to Ronald Tommy i Faoru anil John Cope. at 'Pass hospital H> VKR.V tn'X Crowsncsl Pass Jliiirau STAVr.l.Y: Monday, April 10. Peilinont questions were ask-1 Manv bv .CMOol, ratepayers at the reccn'. ihev showed annual town meeting Present and cffori. The South Allwrta Presby- tery has re-elected Her. Jordan of Pincher Creek chair- man for a second term. Other officers: Jlev. Graham Dickie, Milk River, secretary; Hill Lokicr, Scaudia, treasurer; Don Bladwin, Coaldale, statisti- cal secretary. Division chairmen are Mrs. Betty Meyers Coaldale, com- munications; Bill Scan- dia, finance; Ralph Tennanl, Lclhbridge, in charge of stew- ardship; Rev. Ken Morris Ta- bor, in charge of horn? mis- sions; Mrs. Ellen Sommerville, Medicine Hal, church and so- ciety; Rev. Brian Brown. Med- icine Hal, congregational life ur.d voik; Ucv. Bob elemenlary school, lo we orifii- were mayor Goorge j councillor Philip Hodnell, John j Davis, (7ran Day, Ron Til be Hlairmore, minislry and per- sonnel; Rev. Mavjorie Ashton, iu charge of colleges and s t 11 d e n i- s; Rev. Wes Ilulton and Tlov. Ken Morris, in charge of pastoral relalions and selllemeiU eonunillee rep- resenlal.ives. are also Id members large to complete the execu- tive. COLKMAN: Tuesday, April ailtl Sid Beul and 1C 11, United Church hall, to _ ratepayers. a.m. and 1.30 lo p.m. PlNTHKll CHKIOK: Wednes- day 12, health iinii office, to a.m. and to p.m. Tb u r s (t ay, April 13, Heallh Unil office, to and lo p.m. Meet April 14 ninny arc' co-opct'alion awonij si off, nKnajioment and patk-iiUs in the CrnwsTie.sL Pass Cejiernl Hospital is repoi'led by an m- .speclion committee. Hoard mcrnlws Mel Cornell tif Coletuan. and John Ulvich of NATAL (IINS) School trus- Blairmore reporled following a formal inspection made to all areas in tbe hospital. The report indicated ihc bos- 'Prime thing' Friday, April 14, credit union office, lo a.m. BELLEVVE: Friday, April 14, town hall, to 3.3S p.m. FORT Tuesday 18, health unit nffice to tee Ted SI afford told trustees the "prime thing in Ihe build- ing program is speed'1 when lie _ T-rtn-n vf A i ,t- a list of priorities at njtal is beine run efficiently. I-Onr MACLLOD (Special) hoard's rer-enl meeting of j phvsical plant was" In Ihe annual meeting of the; (hc Fcrnic sclloo, di5lrict. and' tieriLs wro iS Ml -W -ll Mlisfied rcsfhcMhilt-tl For a p.m., i April M, in the United Church Hall. Miss Hope will be pres- i CUt. Also en lunicl will be Cecil Gordon and John Gogo, of Lclbbridge. PROVINCIAL CANDIDATE H. E. (Bud) Caldwell, cor.lre, is Ihe unanimous choke of the Koolenay Liberal Associalion as candidate For Ihe expecled GrlHsh Columbia provincial election. A native ion of Cranbrook, he served in Europe as a paratrooper during the Second World War. MP Doug Slewart, lefl, and Lloyd Hamilton, of the association, chaf wilh the candidate. Nancy Miles Pholo revenue COWLEY OINS) Ralcpay-( Tlie loss of this income will i to water and sewer lines, can- ers here recently gathered for o belaled village annual meeting. Mayor Gordon Johnson and councillors Jamr-s McKay and J nines were on hand. Chairman pru lorn for the evening was Gary M. Ilackler. A Tustian, secrelary-tiea- surer was on hand to explain the iinancial silnaUon, Cowley's economic situalion Ls good. Tlicrc is a bank bnl- .n nee of v. il h anol her due. After long years as an elec- tric power retailer, the village has sold out to (he Calgary Power Lid. for .some eventually be set al from to The completion of details will be in July or August. Snow clearance this winter cost an unprecedented wiUi no aid from the provincial government. This cost is about greater than previous years. Cowley has found itself a bit abort o[ water. A new soring or other reliable source is to be iouijhl and the reservoir lias to be enlarged. This imminent expenditure, a n (1 maintenance- to village streets and possible extensions These Are The Icthbridgc Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARCABtT MONTCOMfUr P.O. Bor US CRANPRQOK NANCY .Mil V F-TZIKOM MRS. IHfiKlA Pel. FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGG Box 381 FAITH MRS. 1HEKLA EHNES Gen. Del. Conlncl pt-opie tor vour DJilritl Newi not help but boost Cow-ley's mill ral? which st.incls now at 50 mills. T li c oT incomo through sale ot power force a lax and increased cost for slrcet lamps, tta pumping and the includin; such Imiklings as churches uii clcr Hie power revenue lisl. File Chief Maurice Lemirc is r e t i r L n j; for hcallh reasons Plans have to be mnde to oh lain a new chief and a new crew that can be trained. The recreation commiitec Ls busy wilh projects -such as Die br.seball diamond and the chil- dren's playground to spend a provincial grant of V o 1 u n t e e r labor be required. Jamos Dojax Is on this commitlcc. Gordon Johnson is on lllfl Crestvifiw IxxlRc board as wel] 35 the social preventive Coun- cil, .Tames McKay rcpi-ose.nks Cowley on (he hospital board. Tlie cemelcry will lie kept up by joint lask forces of the vil- lage. The local Lion Club has done n fine job evo.ry year. After Ihe snow has gone ex- lensive repairs and upkeep will he needed on Ihe village p.m. PINC1IEH criKBK: Wedjies- day, April 19, health unit office to a.m. and to p.m. CLAUESI1OLM: Tlnlrs d a y, April 20, c'cmcnfai-y school, to p.m. GHANUMi Friday, 28, elementary school, l.M lo p.m. Fluoride tablels are available upon request. COALDALE The Darens-Euj-cka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: COM.IIUUST: Tuesday, April b the Royal Canadian Le- gion Hall from 1C, lo 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday. April 4, in lie health unit offiee in the ad- mimslration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. B A n N U n esd ay. April 5, in Ihe school from to p.m. COAIJUI.K: Thursday, April 6, in the health unit office fup- slairs in the town office build- ng) from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and lo 1 p.m. TABKH: Thursday, April 6, jl the health unit office in aclministralion building, from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and to 4 p.m. GRASSY LAKE: Friday, April 7, in Ihe- Chamberlain School from 1 to 3 p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at all clinics Tree of charge. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 3-15- 3388; and Taber X21-W11. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical health officer of health, urges parents to ensure their chil- dren are fully protected against contains dise.ise and toolh decay. Young people should filso Ire informed, smok i n g contributes to lung cancer. Play on floor COALDALlfi fHJfvS') Boys aged 7, 8 snd in the south eounly ol LeLhbririgc area, hnvo the opportunity lo play floor hoc-key hy the s o D I b ern regfotial recreation I board. II Icatns in the league: ttirec from John David- son I from McNally, two from R. T. Baker and one each Lssav winners rcocvc I A oT reprrf-C'iilaiives !ol Ihe AlberUi services commisFion, iho Alberta IIons- I ing Corporal ion, hcrspUal ad- ministralor rinri lii'1- Urjci'd i members held this veek i Lo disciLss plan.'i. j Tlw new complex is In l.v completed liy February, 1 Mr. T.IITI. tlin ho--pilal 1 ministrator. tliat there were- already 2tl applicalions I for Ihe senior citizens' homo j and 20 available for the nursing omo-, Tlie Crowsnest General in gelling Ihe gd-alicad on the i Inspechons will be made on "ospital has applied for accre- rJilnllnn tn i 111 'J rll 1 VI fnilll. recent referendum had c rented a regular basis with two differ- difficulties and hc could nol see ent members of the board mak- ing the check each tune. A report was presented on the ncu senior citizens and nursing home complex for the area, complex has been on display in It was disclosed that working Coleman and at the bank in how it is possible to have need- ed classrooms ready for U-mi commcnccmcnL in September. Number one priority: a six- room addition lo Fernie Klo- mentary Sclicnil and an eight- room bctiool in Elk Valley. Other urgent areas: a half- Rymnasium at Klkford, conver- sion of classrooms at Spanvood Secondary School: addition of three elementary and one sec- ondary classroom at Jaffray: conversion to gas healing at Spar wood. Softball meeting COALDALE (HNS1) A meeting lo soflball for dilation to Hie Canadian Coun- cil on Hospital Accreditation. Mr. Luini adnsed thai Ihe scale model of the senior cili- zcns' liome and nursing homo drawings pleted. are now being com- lilainnore and will be put on display in Bcllevuc. J unior Achievement sel lo begin TADTR (HXS1 .1 u nior Achievement aiut local develop- ment companies were, discuss- ed at Ihe recent chamber of commerce council meeliny. adulls uill be held al p.m. Committee chairman James L. Thursday, April 6, in the Coal- f (jporge said the steering com- dale Kerrealioa offiee. of rive has called an Gr- it is sponsored by tbr IxjLh- ganizalion fnr junior cxiunW sfmlUern region- aehievomcnl for R o'clttck to- al recreation board. i niglit al tbe school division of- Anyohc willing lo serve as A of dirfttors will be elected. Local development committee chnimian Hoy How an in- terim report on a program to scl up a local development company here. lie said informa- tion is expected from Ihe indus- trial clnpment branch, de- partment of industry nnd com- IUJLON FORT MACLEOD (.Special) Ixjfiion Zone commander A] Goddard, Union Hirschc uas gnrsl al the F. P Walslie High School here coacb, official, player or in any other capacity is requeued to! attetxl- D, Gelderl. recreation di- i-eclor, reports effort will lx> m.idc to have competition be- Iwcon the "northernui-s ami of the OK pay hike CLARESHOLM f cil of the Willow Creek MD has allowed its employees a lii pay of about, five per cent. Council reduced the car al- lowance from 15 cents to 13 cenls per mile, for employees. Councillors left their own car allowance al the 15 cent mark. Council accepled the tendered bid of S15.Q7C from a local firm lo supply two gravel trucks and half-ton truck. The MD council has agreed to share part of the taxes which could be realized from any fu- ture industry whicE) Hie Town of Clnresholm may succeed in getting established al the Claresholm Industrial Airport. Discuss rates I-'ORT MACLEOD (Special! Ihc town's annual meeting Iheri1 was discussion concern- merce, preparatory lo calling a pro-organization meeting. Membership committee chair- man William .1. Orfino says the membership now stands at 68 with dues paid to SI, 100. Tlie chamber's special com- j mitlec headed by Gordon S. I Saunders will investigate t h e j possibility of obtaining a rental billboard sipn for the T a h e r Community Ccnlrc. Responding fo a questionnaire from the Canadian Chamber, the Tabor chamber council re- jccicri propopals Ihe name Do- inininn Day and the July 1 dais of observance be altered. Reports on a chamber float nrul the rodeo pnraric indicate will lie in readiness for the May 22 parade shower held (ft Simdial (HXSl A commu- nity bridal shower was lield rc- ecnlly in the Sundial Cununn- rily Hall to honor Miss Cyn- Uiia Ivnj'e Dunn Dunn is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. L. J. Dunn of Turin. Mrs. II. Binder was in charge of the enterlaimntnL Mr.s. E. Oseen pave a reading enlilled "The Wife." Assisting the bride at the gift (able were Ihrec of her bridesmaids, Miss Janet Pap- woith. Miss Patty Pitrks and Miss Joyce Mehalko, Several women from Hie .S'undial ccmnninity ivere Hie liostesses. More rlistricl pages 11 12 present, honors to sluilcnt.s placed in the zone essay "'C ualcr ratcs' A pd fin'l llir f l (tr npjmin Luvnrrs iriii.'iui al f.ho stime i level, 52 nnd ?.V Mayor John'-on IwRan his re- port by paying high tribute to the late Hector who was mayor of Cowley for 25 years or more. It is through hi.s huill ui> ils and was so i inilirinp rfforls lhal !nr J widr.ty known ajjd jimmy Bran sells most tickets SIIAITCIINESSY (IINSI A spring al llic Slinugli- ncssy School thrilW a [nrgc. audiatcc, Kvclyn ,Sinimon.s. Hannn. Karen Hanna, Ronald Jensen nml Trenc and Zoia Sa- rccJa performed piano solos. Grades 4 and 5 s'.aged a play enlitled The Real Prince. Peter Hoyle recited a poom. The other pnpil.s porformcd action cbora! speech se- ledions, sang and recited. Toby Nchr did acrobatics. Much time and effort went Into (his concert ami il wa.s en- joyed by everyone attending. Hie bake sale, Ipa and raffle. HcIrT in conjunction with Ihp WH.- 3 stKTPSS. Fl iTnMnr Ihr nf DIP wom- rn nf the Tlome and .Srhnol A.s- Tickel snlo winners wero Jimmy Drail. TJnda Tiodnar, Richard Bran, Cyrstal Kcrber, and Donald Jensen. Money obtained (hrouph Hie raffle and hake sale will bo tn hi inc films for the pupils and for Irarli There uere no complaints. Terry expressed grat- itude to Ihe mayor and! coun- cillors for Ihe eo-opcrntion and consideration they give resi- dents in hi.s area. He also asked if there any possihilily of the school hbraiy being by Ihc winners were .general puMic. Councillor Philip Ilodnelt said Ihc recreation board is consulting vith the school p.iid potm competitions. A Uital of 23 entered in Ihe branch competilmns of the JIc- membrancr c.Ttitesl ai'd all competed at the zone level. Zone fi includes I he branches of Pincher Creek, and Foit Maclccd- (or cnfiravcd medals and for first. ?o for second. I-'. P winners Croivsnest, Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vcrnon Decoux, Retidcnl Rep., Phono 567-7149 were Kalhy Mollxahn. Jim Van hoard on Lhc matter and olher Wyck amf Doris Dalyc, all joint use of both town and Grade II sludenlv I school facililie.s, TOWN of CARDSTON C7ARBAGE COLLECTION BIDS Thn Town of Cardslon will accepl bidi for llic purcltciie of the Town Garbage equipmenl, and for the collection of tho garbage. Bids to be in flic hands of the Municipal Secrc- lory, K. D. Bevons by tbe 18th day of April, OPEN SATURDAY You'll purr wilh pleaiure at lha jallifaction you'll f nupi err receive ol H R BLOCK. Pofnl your powj lownrd H R BLOCK ond receivs prompt end guoronleed orcufolo sorvrcs. ll'i a good place lo place your confidence. We guarantee accurate preparation ot every relum. II me make any enan cart you any penltty or m- we will pay only thai penally intereil. CO btaii'i Urieil TK Service Wilh Over 6000 Oificei In Kwtfi Jmrici 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Wccktlciys, 9-5 Soturday Phone 327-3712 APPOIMTMENI ;