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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, April If. 1973 THE LETHBRIOCE HERALD 3 I District News In Brief Mrs. Stromsmoe celebrates her birthday with friends Four join Sparwood brigade Tippy Tippy has a friend in Marianne Luchia, 10, of Nobleford. Tippy became an orphan when his moth- er was hit by a car. Tippy got regular two per cent cow's milk and brown sugar. He had a good veterinarian. Now he's a bundle of energy. Marianne says his "big sad eyes will get you every time." ETZIKOM (HNS) Mrs. Laura Stromsmoe (Celebrated her 89th birthday recently. To help celebrate the occa- sion, friends and relatives call- ed during the day. A party was held in the evening. Members of the Etzikom Sunshine Club attended. Businesses operated at home COALDALE (HNS) Home businesses must be watched very closely, town councillors agreed here recently. Two applications for such businesses were approved by council. The first was for Otto Boss, an electrical installation busi- ness. Mel Versteeg won approval for a home bike repair shop. They were given permission to the end of 1973. The licence can be revoked by the town at any time should another person wish to estab- lish either one of these busi- nesses in the commercial area. Home businesses cannot store any equipment outside. It must all be under cover. Marriage enrichment course BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) A marriage enrichment course will be. sponsored by Preventive Social Services' family life committee. It will begin the last week in April and continue through May. It will complete the five- week course dealing with sub- jects related to married life. The sessions will be held on a day and time that is conven- ient to those who apply for the course. Registration fee has been set at Further information may be obtained by phoning the PSS office at 562-2331. Sparwood streets to be paved NATAL (HNS) District of Sparwood council has author- ized the mayor and municipal clerk to enter into a formal con- tract for the pavement of streets at Sparwood. The pavement project was earlier approved by the taxpay- ers. The bids had previously been invited and evaluated. Council authorized atten- dance at the annual conference of building inspectors by Spar- wood building inspector Bruno Bevilacqua. NATAL (HNS) District of Sparwood council learned re- cently that four new members have been appointed to the Sparwood Volunteer Fire Bri- gade. They are Glen Willett. Joe Stachurski, Gene Cimolini and Alex Wasnock. This brings (he total member- ship to 22. Council granted permission to the fire brigade to install a work bench in the hall and to make use of the Civil Defence room in the municipal centre building for fire brigade meet- ings. Herb Fletcher to leave Coaldale secretary jobp COALDALE (HNS) Herb Fletcher, town secretary, has resigned. He will remain until about the end of June. He plans to go into private business. It was accepted with regret by council. The matter of a replacement will be dealt with in a special meeting of the employees ccm- mlittee Monday, April 16. Mr. Fletcher has been with the town for about eight years. During this time he served as assistant secretary treasurer and secretary-treasurer. About a year ago the position was di- vided and Mr. Fletcher was ap- pointed secretary. Councillor Peter Letkemann, chairman of the employees committee, expressed apprecia- tion to Mr. Fletcher for his years of service to the' com- munity. 'I'm no fool with fire' contest winners announced The publdc works committee recommended to council that an additional general mainte- nance e m p 1 o y ea, preferably with some heavy duty equip- ment experience, be added to the pub'ic works crew. Council concurred with the recommen- dation and slso approved a rec- ommendation that the present works foreman. Avelino Cimo- lini, be appointed as an officer of the District of Sparwood. Bogles open Fort Cafe MILK RIVER (HNS) Mrs. Phoebe Bogle and her son Bob Bogle have opened a new busi- ness here in the building which was originally the locker plant. The building has been reno- vated and named The Fort. The coffee shop and take-out window arc open for business. When completed there will be a banquet room and small dining area. Croivsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernen Decoux, Resident Rep., Blmrmore 562-2149 REPORT your 9 I GRANUM (HNS) The Rec- rea-ettes made presentations to the winners of the coloring con- test "I'm no fool with fire." Mrs. Leonard (Lynn) Bailey and Mrs. Ray (Charlene) Dun- lop gave out the prizes. Winners in the elementary class were Renee Cesar and Christine Barnes. Pre-schcol winners were Shalaine Bailey and Roby DeMaere. Judges were Mrs. Tom (Lin- Paul da) Blair and Mrs. (Wendy) Graveland. The club appreciates the help of the Sullivan family in run- ning the projector and setting up chairs for the film showing. LITTERCKECK STIRLING (HNS) Hirsche has been appointed by the village council as the co- ordinator for "Littercheck." WANTED IMMEDIATELY CAPABLE and RESPONSIBLE MAN or COUPLE FOR FEED LOT AND FARMING OPERATION Home and utilities supplied. Salary to negotiated. Apply to BOX 4, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD The Lethkidge Herald Correspondent in Your Area CLARESHOLM PAUL ANDERSEN M. M. GRIMSEN COALDALE MRS. PETER TYMBURSKI ____ COUTTS MRS. HENRY HACKE COALHURST MRS. JOHN (MARGA) OKKEN CRANBROOK, B.C. NANCY MllES.......... DEL BONITA G. E. DALTON Contact these people for your District or Classified Advertising 235-3581 E 235-3615 I 345-3921 I 344-3782 328-0061 426-3232 1 653-2181 News 1 Policeman needed at Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) A fourth policeman is needed, says Councillor Peter Letke- mann. The police commission has indicated this concern to town council. The three-man police force includes Chief Victor Mayer, and constables Tim Utas and Glen Thompson. They provide a 24-hour-a-day police service in town. "This is a difficult task, "Councillor Letkemann said. The new police building is proving very satisfactory and has been in use for one year. i Equalized assessment bobs around COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale's equalized assessment goes up, down and up again. The town recently received from the provincial asses- sors department that the equal- ized assessment for 1973 is up to In 1972, after an appeal, it was lowered to S3.390.650. The appeal resulted in a re- duction of from 120. In 1971 it was It was not said whether an appeal is to be made in 1973. The equalized assessment fig- ure is used in requisitions made to the town and also in grants received by the town. Completion of the 1973 budget appears to be drawing nearer. The town has received a re- quisition from the Green Acres Foundation requesting This is the first time the foun- dation has sent a requisition. LACROSSE SET PINCHER CREEK (Special Lacrosse is a promising sport here this season. and senior lacrosse win be played. Senior men. 18 and older, hold their first pradke and rcgJJtralwn on Monday at the Memorial Community Centre Arena from 7 Jo 9 p.m. More district page 18 EACH SIZE Blackwall REAL VALUE AT OTHER SIZES BLACKWALL AND WHITEWALL AT COMPARABLE PRICES. Laredo Is best known as "the original rain tire1' because of its performance on wet pavement, and dry! nylon construction 7-nb. deep traction-sfotted (read traction cuts minimize aquaplaning Recessed whitewall or blackwall ,u.ata.i Available at the following Uniroyal Tire Dealers TIRE SALES LTD. LETHBRIDGE 1621 3rd Ave. S. Phone TABER 6201 50th Ave.- Phone 223-3441 FERNIE B.C. 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