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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1946 MEDICINE HAT STUDYING APPOINTMENT CITY MANAGER MEDICINE bylaw governing the use of natural artificial gas, and the installa- tion and use of gas fittings and gas burning appliances in Medicine Hat was passed by members of the city council at a, meeting April L. The new bylaw calls for the ap- pointment of a gas inspector, who will have the right, at any time during the day or night, to inspect the gas piping and appliances in any house or building, and to issue such instructions as are found necessary. A committee consisting of Alder- men W. M. Rae, W. Olives and D. S. Hawthorne was appointed to look Into the question of the ap- pointment of a city manager. In introducing the question. Aid. Haw- ihome was appointed to look into the cuesrioa of the appointment of a city manager. In introducing ifce question. Aid. Hawthorne said that the city was expanding and prob- lems which now come before the council rtquired the attention of a capable man.' There is no co-or- dination in ideas and, suggestions between the different departments. he said. This appointment would give a continuitv to them. Aid. Oliver stated that lately so much business has been placed on the agenda that the council had not given "five minutes discussion to post-war Along with the proposed appoint- ment of a city manager, was the committee composed of Aldermen E. W. Honse. R, C. Black and S. P- Scott. named to bring in a report on the advisability of preparing by-law regarding zoning and town planning, and the employing of a city engineer. The annual report of the fire de- partment showed the total expen- ditures for 1S45 as This figure was under the esti- mates for the year. Start Excavation For Lions Club Swimming Pool at Macleod Work oiij the Lions club swimming pool was] commenced on Monday morning I and was continued throughout the entire night. Dirt was removed to a depth of several feet over the entire area of the pooi by the drag- line and piled around the pool area. The pool will be 105 feet by 42 fees and around it will be set out a lawn and rows of trees. Its deepest part will be nine feet and the pool will extend three feet above the ground surface. The start has now been made which is expected to stimulate in- terest in its construction and add io the funds already on hand for its construction- A sign is to be erected bearing the words Swimming Pool Site." GLENWOOD NEWS Owen FamJlT Movin- to United is Honored L. Leavitt, wife and two daughters, LaNore and Andrea, left on Satur- day morning by car for Ctah and California. They will make their future home in the UJS. Owen ieavitt has been the IJXS. bishop in the Glenwood ward for the past two years, and he and Mrs. Leavits have been long active in church and community affairs. A son. Montayne, recently discharged from the air fores, is now attending school in Calgary. On Fridav evening a large crowd gathered to honor Miss Lorane Wight at a farewell party. Miss Wight has received a call for a mission in the Eastern Canadian rnissfon- She will go bv motor to Salt Lake, with Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Greene. The regular monthlv ward bud- get picture show was held on Wed- nesday this week, as so manv of the ward members were required to at- tend the various auxiliarv union meetings in Cardston on Thursdav evening. Most of the Ward Relief Societv officers attended the union meeting in Cardston on Saturday. Mrs. Connie Qainton was hostess on Sunday at a birthday dinner honoring the 66th bSrthdav of Mrs. Era. Quinton. All the family were present except Ken and familv who live in B.C. Her daughter, Viola, and husband, and her son, Frank, and wife, were here as overnight guests to celebrate the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Layton have moved into, ttwir new home in Cardston. They have bought the residence belonging to Mrs. Susie Heaman. Walter Thelin and son George and Lester Lybbert left on Satur- day morning for Moses Lake, Wash- ington. Mr. and Mrs. Thayne Smith visited In Glenwood on Sunday. Mrs. Smith vcill remain, for a few days to visit with her mother, Mrs. Harking. Edwin Leavitt has bought the Eulalia Wood home in Cardston and is offering his home in Glen- wood for sale. WINNIFRED TOPICS Oldtbnen Visit District Fanner Moves to Vauxball District DISTRICT DOINGS DISTRICT NEWS PAGE WVf HOTEL CHANGES HAXDS CRANBROOK, Wardner hotel at Wardaer has been bought by J. Kennedy .from Mrs. J. Lavson, who is retiring from business and has moved to Cran- brock. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson bought the Jsotei 32 vears ago, coming from Morrissev, and operated it. until Mr. Lawson died a few months USUSUAL ACCIDENT JFERNIE, Ireak accident occurred Saturday even- ing when the delivers- bov lor Zevula's butcher shop left his hosse and rig standing in the lane befeisS the Napanee hotel. During his ab- sence the horse apparently became frightened and lumped over a rail- ing and landed in a large hole where city men had been repairing the sewage main. The horse broke its neck instantly, and the rig was damaged considerably. Former Milk River Man Dies at Great Falk MILK former businessman of Mill: River, Jatic Doherty. 69. died at Great Palls, Mom.. Monday, according to word reaching here. He left here 20 years ago to reside in the Montana, city. He was bora in Illinois and settled here about 1908. He is survived by his wife Annie of Great Falls; three brothers, Ed of Great Palls; Tim living in the state of Washington: and Flint of Vancouver, B.C.; two sisters, Mrs. Dick Kester of High- wood. Mont, and Mrs. Anna Hop- kins of Spokane. The funeral will be held from SE. Peter's R.G. church. Milt River, at Thursday after- noon. WINNTFRED. (HNS) Mrs. Gladys Rasmussenson Larson left recently for her home in Glasgow, Mont, after visiting a week here with Miss Ida and Chris Rasmus- senson. Old-time residents of the Winni- fred district paid calls recently at the homes of theus friends here. They were Hank Anderson, of Mac- leod, and Mis. Winnie Macdonald and her sister, Claudie Salisbury, of Portland, Oregon- Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Ronan of Medicine Hat were visitors through- out the district recently. After a lengthy visit in New West- minster, B.C.. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McLean returned home recently. The Winnifred Bed Cross will meet at the home of Mrs. Bersnik Wednesday, April 3, and everyone is welcome to attend. Arnold McCormick is moving to the Vaushall district, having pur- chased a, farm there. Mr. and Mrs. _George Tunstal, Bow Island, spent the weekend visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Case Marrion. A dance will be held in the XXXCXF. hall at Winnifred Iriday night with the.Annon. orchestra in attendance. The -UiF-A. Co-op, will present pictures and feature an address in the I-O.CXF. hall at Winnifred Saturday, April 6', commencing at 8 p-rn. FERMIE NOTES CHAMPIOX BRIEFS- G. M. Campbell was a bridge hostess Thursday, March 28, complimen- tary to Gordon tfrquhart, who leaves this week to make her home at Kirkcaldy. Rrst prize was won by Mrs. Lodge, consolation bv Mrs. Henderson. Mrs. Urquhart was presented -with a gift from the hos- tess. Mr. and Mrs. J. MACLEOD. cawh. sudden .He He was tast- that Beaver dinner ae barfeft yet caught.- waisky Jack, the Canada Jiy, own cousin to Sammy Jay came nutisg from tree to aree. He saw Paddv and stopped to what was going on- Of course he saw at once the break in the dara ami the water rushing oat- 'So ihat is the news Old Man Covote he ciasckled. Paddy stopped work InsaaCy and locked up suspJeioesly. Js OJd he "Where Old Man demanded hare sne would have seen Old Man Covote crouching there. He crouchlcs close to the ground between two roots that "I don't like it." [Beaver stared at the ning frora the pond break, in the -TNor do replied Mrs. Paddy. "I don't like it one bit. It scares me." Paddy looked at her quickly. "There is nothing to be scared of; not said he. "Yes. there is." repUed Mrs.! 1 of the Foothills school board, re- Paddy. "Vou know it' is true just were just far enough apart at thas point for a peephole. Sow and then he licked his lips hungrily as he watched Paddy. "If cnlv he were a litil-i should" I retartasl Whislcy Jack. saw a wh2a ago but it was a Icng way frosa here. He sientajned sorss news that Laughing Brooi had brocgiiS him. but he wouldn't tell me visas it was. I know sour. Sciart rascal. Old Man Coyote." paddy said nothing. He