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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta frldoy, April 6. 1973 THE LETHBRfDGE HERALD 3 Lieutenant-Governor Grant MacEtvan visits Hutterian brethren! tieutenant-Governor Grant MacEwan poses with Hutterian brethren of the Hutterville Colony southeast dinner with 90 brethren. The colony visit yesterday morning was arranged by Mrs. Michael Albrecht of War- of Magrath. The Lieutenant-Governor spent about four ner. Mrs. Aibrecht was his hostess Wednesdtiy night. At hours in the colony. He toured the blacksmith shop, feed yard, kitchens, barns and colony houses, then sat down to Warner Lieutenant-Governor MacEwan spoke to about 100 people at the annual men's banquet at the Warner Mem- orial Evangelical Church. He spoke about Alberta history. At the colony the lieutenant-governor talked to 15 child- ren in the colony school, "You people must keep on going to school. That doesn't mean you have to lose your indivi- duality. Everyone is entitled to that. That is something you inherited. God gave you that. You can be yourselves and keep on being yourselves. I hope we meet again some day." Sundial Handicraft Club to hold art display tonight TURIN (HNS) A handi- craft and art display will be he'd from to 10 o'clock to- night in the Sundial Community Centre. The handicraft and art dis- play .is sponsored by the Sun- dial Handicraft Clr.b. It will feature various items made by the handicraft class and paintings by members of the adult oil painting class. REMEMBER..The Application Deadline is APRIL 30TH Coleman chalks up surplus ENTER YOUR ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES NOW for the 1973 Antique Auctions JUAL AUCTION SERVICES BOX 1545, CRESTON, B.C. INSURANCE LOWER PREMIUMS one-third on the average. HIGHER COVERAGE BIGGER DISCOUNTS NEW LOW-COST HAIL ENDORSEMENT COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Coleman remained within its budget and ended the year with an surplus. Town-owned utilities, the Coleman Light and Water Com- pany and the gas company also- had surpluses, the recent an- nual ratepayers' meeting learn- ed. Councillor Joe Wavrecan passed out bouquets to town foreman Rudy Szymanek and crew for the "excellent snow removal job" during the sev- ere weather in January and February, 1972. Town electrician Ernie Mon- talbetti and gas company fore- man Joe Beigun were also com- plimented for their work. Many complaints were direct- ed to councillor Graham Atkin- son, chairman of the police committee, regarding policing. These will be referred to the RCMP. One ratepayer gave support to the police, saying that, for the amount of police stationed in the area, good service is be- ing given. Councillor Jerry Rejman re- ported there had only been one welfare case last year. Mr. Rejman stated as chair- man of the sports association that had been spent re- pairing the arena roof last year. Mrs. Emily Misura outlined what had transpired in the parks and recreation dcpart- summer recreation last year. Councillor Mel Cornett report- ed on the senior citizens com- plex, hospital board and 'Pass ambulance service. The latter two, he said, had paid for them- selves last year. Work is pro- gressing favorably on the nurs- ing home complex and it is ex- pected this will be completed by the end of July. Many citizens complained that MLA Charles Drain has done nothing in regard to pollu- tion. The pollution committee that was organized in town sev- eral years ago is to be reactiv- ated in the hope that some fav- _ orable action can be obtaured. I Complaints of "swim-pool size" puddles of water forming on second street each year voll be one problem the public works department will attempt to resolve this year. Number- ing of streets and avenues in town, which has been shelved every year, is to be con- sideration. Fire Chief Henry Zak report- ed on file number of fires at- tended during the year and the amount of damage. He also out- lined the brigade's activities. These included entering and sponsoring hose-coupling com- petitions, holding binges in sup- port of minor hockey, muscular dystrophy fund drives, poster and essay contests. Mayor Holyk spoke on the possible shopping complex for the town and asked the ir.es.- ing if it was in favor of a sur- ment She said that Coleman i vcv for a shopping centre com had withdrawn from the Crows- plex. Nodding support of t h e nest Pass recreation board as j survey, citizens will be invited it was dissatisfied with services. She emphasized that Coleman had not been programmed for to attend a public meeting when results of the survey will be an- nounced. See your Local Agent NOW for full information ENSURE YOUR PAY-DAY FOR'73 ALBERTA HAIL AND CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION TT10 FIRST STREET S.W, CALGARY. ALBERTA T2R OV2 Gibb's Service BARONS, AITA. Phone W. Rains 2102 ISlh S. UTH8RIDGE, AITA. Phent Dupont, Columbia Beverage good friends to Sparwood NATAL (HJvS) At a recent regular meeting of the Spar- wood Ways and Means Society, a donation of for the rec- reation complex was acknow- ledged. It came from DuPont of Can ada limited. DuPont operates an explo- sives mixing facility at Hann- er Ridge for Kaiser Resources Limited. Word was also received Uial Columbia Beveraee, a distribu- lor of Coke produds. has donat- ed 50 per cent of cost of a time clock for the new arena, two wall clocks for the com- plex, six pop machines and four sets of uniforms. The uni- forms will outfit two minor hockey teams and two minor baseball (earns. The sodety also reported a profit of from the casino mgM ibeW recently and sponsor- ed by the Sparwood Badminton dob- This profit was donated for the rccreaHJon complex. Pictures above b Mr. anc George Wall of Coalcfois, receiving the keys fo CUB CAvET.frcm International Manager MR-, KEN- Mr. and Mrs. Wall ore the 3rd and final winners in International Harvester's "Win a Cadet for a Year Two Guidcrs alleud parley CARMAXGAY