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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Aptil 3, 197J iiv MH n Ikr.ilil Vw> Smite fiAYMiiNU -HNS' Kiiy- jicral wove well wi til' pull a; ILnamal re- innual (own navl- V.i rier, .lohn er. Bon nL; K o b c r I :u'd ivur.oillors A. .ii W. W. N'al- IXwn Coop- work The (iiunc. vhu'li kivr been seen durinp 1m heavy snow falls and chinooks which followed. Coum'illor Bert llaLl present- ed tilt1 works and properly re- port showing progress with now ccmi'iit sidewalks, sewer aiui Erects. disclosed there are ID.CCO (UNS1 tlr. Allan A. Warrackp minister of lands and forests for Albert n, mi- Red Cross drive COALDAU; (11NS) T he Coaldalo Rotary thib is nuc'o! again concluding Ihe unniKil canvass for funds for the Cana- dian Red Cross Society. H is a mailing canvass. Brochures have been sent out proserited U nummary for tlie yp.ar H'71 was presented and read hy Joi-es, collc'.-ti'.in [or the year 110 cent which diices the nl.l tax an'oars wliich lias Ixvn a for sonic years. "Hie miil vale for the year vi'as 80 mills; Iv.isiness 2il mills. Public and jepnrato schools claimed nulls; sclsool foun- dation mills: municipal hos- pital 'l.'i; inuniiipal hcnltli unit nnd auxsliriry p i I r 1 m lliore arc throe dehenlurcs cmlslancUng: hardsurfacc lo bt' paid out. in sewer 1970, .S3-1.5W; IP77, water works, It mil bo lo ftont another deheulure for Ihc new laRoon sewer disposal, [or whicli the contract lei to Remington Construction, CanMcn. The to imminence as yards of pavol at Ihc Murray Jl1 {lis- pit ounrd hy tlie town ready to be vised during Die next sum- mcr promnn. Councillor John Bridgo re- provinci I'liiHvil ut'y tlic closure of a ni'i.il I'iirk to nil ,il in- UM- i id iraffk1. 1 ir uilt ivmain closed fill lilt INlllCT. iiriri; ih PITIIK! prior lo park arc engaged in rebuilding and repairing park equipment rind facilities badly damaged early March 13 by ram-pacing ice blocks which were deposiled over Ihc park by Succi'SMH1 to park warden Al Christcnsen, retired, vlio was living at Iho park at the time of Ihe ice Hood, lias not been of Lak paving sough CMEIESIIOLM (HNS) The Willow Creek MD is doing to urge tlie provincial government (o pave tlie road leading the highway south of N.inton to Ihe Chain of Lakes Provincial Park. The road comes under heavy use hy campers and pco-plc from Calgary and Is very dusty. The council of Hie MD park road I by MD in favor of a motion to send Idlers lo the minister of highways nml formed a committed cDinprisiiif! II i' c v e George Whilchcad, councillor Jim Lowe and secretary Ruben llarltcldcr (o go lo Edmonton and speak to Ihc minislcr and the highways department to explain the reason for the request. The Town of Nanton Is also supporting tne proposal. meeting COAUMi.E (HNS) A public rocrcnlion meeting, sponsored by Ihe Lcllibridge county southern regional rcrrea t i o n board, will be held from to p.m. Wednesday, April 5, in tho Coaldale Buildit IViAI.DAI.K 'HNS) In 1971 iKiiiMi.s authorizing iiiiNii uiMxin lilies for a total f si IP permits A total ot -VI new housing Liiiils were huiU. ,Of these single dwelling, otic duplex, Ihrce low-cost and four ported for the sewer and water tell in fi of t IKJ improve- ments ni adc at the which haa brought Iho present domestic water supply lo serve a population Kayniond has people. Mr. Bridge spoke of Uio cost to replace old water lines. He said "many of these lines have onl-servi'd ihi'ir day; wtwn nec- cssarv' to replace them, tran- silc pipe is being used." Val Grbavac, councillor for lowi protection, presented his There was much discussion from llic floor of the meeting refinrdmt; tliis roiwrt, For some time it has been known mayor and council liavc been, making n study of advantages and dis- advantages of two choices for policing Ihf town, municipal and RCMP. Jfr. Grbavac gave ii-.formation on belli systems. The recreation report was presented by councillor Dean ns weather conditions arc j Cooper. He said ho was weU pleased with LOWR recreation year; he expresMxl a de- sire to cover a larger area in- cluding more of the fine arls for the future. The financial report was read by Councillor Naldci lie expressed hi5 apprcciation for Hie tax collection and for the support given In his depart- ment by mayor, councillors and the people. Councillor A. G. Evans re- ported for the health and wel- fare committee, showing a well balanced program, Ho also pre- sented the financial report for the Raymond housing program. d. Interest on thLs deben- ture will cott double what, prc- Moiis debentures co5t. Taxation for the year 3971 was shown ;n Uia report as S181.W3 conipfireri to 1970 fi- pire of f.j- real prop- erty land huildint's, Calgan- Power, pipe line tnismefs and frontage taxation. Mayor Graham said in mak- ing his report: "Our town fi- nances are far more healthy than many towns in Alberta." Mayor Graham spoke on the drainage program which Is nec- essary to be continued, some of the benefits from fiis program Tallies surplus CRAN'BROOK fS p ec i a 1 Average patient slay was 7.23 Audited 1971 financial state- ment for Iho Cranbrcok nnd District Hospital, administered by L, D. Swcnerton, shows an operating surplus of on tola] revenue of This compares with a I97D deficit ol ?3j672 on revenue of In-patient income from Lho patient odmissions was and out-p a t, I e n t charges and other income made up the remaining rev- enue. Nursing services aceounlcd for one-half the expenditures at 5752.SH3, general services o[ of- fice, records, diet, laun- dry, linen, housekeeping and plant operation and mainte- nance cost while spe- cial services ol laboratory, pharmacy, radiology and iothcrapy cost Patient-days in anite care to- talled to average 62.79 patients daily, uith occupation R3.71 per cent oE capacity, frac- tionally up for ]970's days, fractionally down from Llic 1070 patient stay average of V.93 clays. In iiirgeiy major operations numbered fi% compared to 491 in 1070, minor 6G7 compared rii'l, and emc-rpency lre.il- mer.Ls compared vrilh 3H. Average number of slaff per- sonnel w a s 167.H5, up from average of Laboratory imits o[ Trork dropped lo compared with in 1970, while ra- diology examinations increased to 6.299 from 1970's Medical slaff headed by Dr. L. M. llengol included 15 oth- ers, three consulting staff, med- ical hoallh radioloyi.st and pathologist. Denial surgery privileges wore extended five dental praclitioners. The annual report Lo the hos- pital society membership meet- ing makes special acknowledg- ment of its ladies1 auxilinry 1971 equipment purchases of 20 items at a purchase value cf Juniper Day School sod-Uimiug ceremony held al Oauhrnok CRANBIIOOK IS pec i a Juniper Day School, major op- eration of Cranbrook Branch ol the Kootcnay Society lor Handi- capped Children, had its sod- turning recently for its first "very own" building. The school lias been in op- eration in a church hall quar- ters for the past 15 years. Own- Oppose 1080 coyote bait, CLARESIIOLM (HNS) Tlie Willow Creek MI) has roccivul a letter from the Forl Macleod Fish and Game Association op- posing the proposed use of [030 ing ius building has been 6 long-term objective. Local initiatives grant of OCO, and an accumulated build- i ing fund Mill almost finance the cost for the two-floor 33- by-70-foct building on the IM by layfoot site adjoining Bal- mcnt Park on I7Ui A'.-c. N. MicIiMl Bumliam h a 5 vol- unlecrcd building supervision while trades and labor will to hired through Canada Manpow- er, Building committee chairman Henry Main reports the deficit in finances available may covered in part by do- nations of building materials. Juniper School has an enrol- ment of 12 adults in workshop coyote poison bait. The club feels Ihc coyo'.cs v.ill limit coyote population t h c m- Bdves. A member of HT-, said they Invr lieen on- posed lo Ihn of hc. cause "it is n licll of a way to die Is a multiple poison Is indiscriminate." "The main dir-L of the coyotes is gophers, mice anil moles i they do more good than hc staled. If the MD council approves the use of poison n horse rralls, and a half-dozen chil- dren in ils separate junior section, and each will have iLs ovrti working kitehen and 1-ivatflry c-d turn HIP ffr.sL snrl. Mr. Burnham behoves Lhc building will bo for occti- ration spring No food fair co.u.DAi.i-: (irxFi rn- will have lo be pnrr-iinwl in Home and School July as Ihc .scuson for Villilia roronllv decided not coyotes is in Ihc fall, council i tn have Iho annual f.iir M'a.s IclrJ, I l.hL- year, Anew to really get r mail movin bstal Codes. If you haven't already received it, in the next few days you'll be getting your new Postal Code in the mail. It's not very exciting to look at. But it is very necessary. And it's really not as complicated as it looks. After two years of studying the systems of most of the countries of the world, here's how we developed Postal Codes for Canada. The map sequence on the right shows just how accurate Postal Codes really are. To uncomplicate your Postal Code, you will be receiving a Postal Code Pack- age. It contains your code, instructions on how to use it, a handy address book, special Postal Code stickers for :your envelopes, and postage paid address cards that you should send to your friends. If you don't have enough, J you can get as many as you need at your nearest Post Office. Because, after all, your Code doesn't move your mail unless your friends use it. And if you haven't received your Code by April 17th, please call your Post Office. We'll mail, it to you immediately. K: as first divided into IS large areas, each designated liy a letter. K2: By adding a number, we narrow that area down for example, a city. K2P: By adding anolhcr letter, we indicate a specific seclioii of that city. K2P OP4: CnltCalRnry 261-5680 Get the habit. Canada Posiei Post Canada And hy adding three more characters that section of the city is further narrowed to one side of a street helwecn two Codes can also represent: an office building with 10 or more companies. a company that receives large volumes of mail. apartment building with over 50 suiter. in less densely populated areas, a code will represent the whole town. ;