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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ajfil THI IIWMIDW HMAIB 3 CWL Opposes Legalization Of Marijuana COAUMLE HNS TV CoaUab Cataotk Womens IM fit neatly derided to aead a letter of the nit of marijuana to Deaoc member of OK Million Program For Ferule Area Schools They abb win expnca eern oo the me aad abuse of Otter CWL pcupc is the are Modfekj letters to their fm timnut representatives ID the hope that it win caun legisla tors ta listen Prop erly owners o School District 1 Ferae passed with an overwhelming per cent a miffioB school About cent of Ihe total eligible voters cast Pulkager of district superintendent of school said the referendum pnwidai for a Mai of 34 class The school board was seeking approval for an expenditure of of which the district taxpayers share if only Cost to the local taxpayer per year wood amount to only U Lloyd Speaks At Pincher PINCHER CREEK Special Louis Uoyd of Abbots pastpresident ol Fadented cpofce at the evening program of the Pinch er Creek Cooperatives 4Kb an nual He stated unity and fan hare been the road to suc cess for be an 100 per eat f 111 IM C ASTEDO 521 Srii 1277711 DBtAHMBfT A runawoy and loaded pro pane tanker travelled at ertimated up to 100 miles an hour when if itarted k roll from the Gulf 901 south of Pincher It wound over sharp curves onthe downhill until derailment just east of A fire burnina the caboose but fortunately the propane didnt UnobU to move the loaded tanker a crew burned the gas with o Ed Lunn Photos Coaldale Studies Drainage Plans CWL Officers Elected At Coleman COLEMA NCCNP BonvO VioJet Warrecaa was reelected preaideat of the Catfaote Worn ens League at the groups re eeot Other officers ekctcd wtrt Freda Tajt tec oad Anna Bod iseh and third Wanda for the coming term are Freda Taje social Irene Apxs Rrpfen and Pat Rypien Josephine Kulig ra1 dio and Catt Weeko 5KJttltUSl BOO isch ifitri Fekete phone Pat Kovaik Mmnie LaCroix and counseUon Anne Mil dred Vrskovy and Mary Rcj Gi ibe 34 classrooott slated tor 13 elementary wlfl be built at eifM elementary classrooms will be at Sperwood two elementary classrooms at Jaf four secondary and indus trial arts addition at and a new school consisting of six clacfrooms at Ford 10 g River in the Upper Elk about 20 miles north of Map Wins Okay COALDALE HNS Jim associate planner with me pldiran River Region al Planning spoke to town council recently on planning and hew to rule on development n the Council aewpted the map in zoning COALDALE HNS Wheth er to continue with the drainage gtjm in 1S70 or not is a de cision ffhicli cuunci is expected to make at a special meeting at April Earlier it WM thought the drainage program would pro Reconsideration was pornd by a delegation which appear ed before town recently requesting sidewalks in a new ty developing area Bill Holmes was ipokeranai for the He read a rtate and presented a peatkn signed by 17 Their main point of con tention was that sidewalks would be torn out in another part of town and replaced after some work was done on the Council informed them is was necessary as part of ie drainage It is on extreme eastern part of The new development Is lo cated on the southwest side of Holmes said the town receives about in nue from these IS tere are about 30 children oing to school from this new They are encountering muddy walking what the cost wouU be to install the The delegation was told from to Supporting Holmes in the elegation were Tsukishima and Abe Credit Union Examiner ActiviTrti end Credit Union Branch of ttw Ditpartnwtt of and n a high school graduate with accounting covntn ytors In and occocnting work to audit books of and participates In publk Bonking Is art Some navel and night work Is Salary to per Starting awlory dependent upon Competition May 1 correspondence and applications toi OOVKNMB4T Of AIMTA rcnoftnei AQfHiniKfoiioft bom 7th CMOMT AUDTTOltS COALDALE HNS Befl and Com y was named 1970 auditors the Town ofi OoaUfcile by cooncil This firm also performed these in Slendebeck spoke of tw alternate bodies which could be established to decide on plan ning a municipal plamuni comprised of i number of persons or a de velopment officer where the decisions would be made by a development office and the town building inspec Council would serve as the appeal Council accepted the develop ment control officer The ORRPCis preparing new bylaws for the It was indicated the develop ment officer would be the towns secretary Joys Club Fins Grant CRANBROOK Special re newly Cran brook Boys affiliated with he BOYS Clubs of has Deen granted for WTO by city In addition the city ts pre aring a lease agreement on oken annual rate ta tan over the organization the city recreation which was ormerly the armories and be ore that a railway YMCA in the early part of the Boys club organization was completed recently by an adult supervisory group headed by Norman with Robert vice and Ray It has prepared IB operating budget ol for the years irogram which will centre at his Van Home and Baker Street city buiWng aken into city recently MISS DONNA WkTTERSON SPEAKS ON PEACE Miss Best Speaker Eligible for membership and participation in club are boys and girls in four age groups from eight to It Directors Meet April23 CLARESHOLM A Travel and Convention Asodation oi Southern Alberta drreetors meeting wiB be held April 13 at Hawleys Grin in CLARESHOLM HNS Doom student at the Willow Creek Composite High won the finals in the public speaking contest of the United Nations Pilgrimage for It was sponsored by the Odd fellow and Robokah kdgei of Claresbolm She competed against stu dents from MeoV cine Fort Stave ly and A Grade 11 stu her subject was world the only subject 1 could et enthused In Vietnam both super pow ers are fighting for supremacy m a country nliwe populatioi is apathetic to both contacting She says the UN is playing vital role in the drive for world Its very existence gives us Judging was on content of facial and crowd She won the Snow Trophy of Lethbridge and a trip to the UN headquarters and a tour of the and political Ire responsibility she said for world peace Bes with tie indmdna national boundaries cause Furukawas Return Home IRON SPRINGS HNS and Furukawa have returned home after spending three weeks in While there attended Expo 70 and also visited with MASONS GATHER COWLEY HNS Community Hall was scene activity recently Seventh Lions Talent Night Thrills Capacity Audience By WEEKES nenM News Senke LUNDBRECK The L lone TalentNight in the Livingstone aufitoriam was a huge This was the seventh annual attajr spoutored by the Cowtey Uons Club and this time some 45 contestants Lion Peter veteran charge once Toe change to a large au ditorium proved wise as for once an the people here could attend and was a capacity bontea and MAMMOTH MUFFLER Miss Wright and Burg man were the Instrumental and vocal num and group folk songs werethe of a dis play of almost unbe lievable in Hs Maloff put everyone at ise and kept the program moving The young folk oh stage were f r o m the Lundbreck and Cow ley Pincber Creek the Crowsnest Pass and even from as far away as At theconclusion of the third of numbers toe Lions pass ed arouad coffee and doughnuts while the adjudicators heir The winners were Grades H Roxanne Wyck of BeDerue Mildred Red Young Man and Lana land both of Cmley Grade Class of Livingstone Grades 57 Barbara Dennis of Lundbreck Jackie Jean and Audrey both of Pincher Mortgage CWL Banquet Set For May 3 9 WU MSTAU A OCMHM GM MUFFLER CMV FONTIAC 1tM44 MOMU fan t mA I ptx 1HS47 CHfV and POMTIAC J Tfcey Similar On Othtr GM Moddi Hurryl LIMfTED TIMi OTHU BENY CHEYROin OLDSMOMU PARTS AND SfKVKI tn4 Avt and Strevl 1271147 MCHVB WHO At the 47rh annual rmwtinj of Pinerwr Cooperative AuecMion Francit re tiring gcrMrol rvativn a gold ring from Hvgh Cairwron on behalf of Coop and all rti Frty petition for 14 M limn Fhoto COMMUNITY AUCTION SAIES ASSOCIATION REGULAR CATTLE SAII APRt 11 AJL FINCMW 5TATIOH SAUS TAKO HEAD500 All ClASSH FAT AND FBMK CATTU 2M HEAD OF FAT CATTU MAO COtmOMD IY WWrtON AND IOMRTZ CONSIGN YOUR CATTLE PON 1 STAVELY LIVBTOCK COMMISSION REGULAR CATTLE SALE APRIL 23rd at 1 SPECIAL FEEDER and STOCKER SALE 800 TCP QUALITY REPUCEMENT HEIFBtS AND FttOCT STERS Livingstone Grade Grades 812 Bernard Ruckey CHRISTIE LIVESTOCK Matavicof Lethbridge LETHMIDCE or 2283777 HEM CHRISTII 311 Lkrward Wojtowici reported that pins presented to Grade well banquet in The membership banquet irtf held in the Elite Hotel 3anquet Room May 3 at 6 Theo Klooster and mourn BIKTH DAT BUILD YOUR NEW HOME IN COUNTRY NEWS Are The lethkidgc Herald VOntSDOMMfS M THE GARDEN Left Avoilabk to MMOAIItT In OUNMOOK NANCY MHIS 304 5th KMtilA ETZIKOM SfOKTt MOUT1IS nemc AW Mciunn tmppMft McurriH AVAKAIU lOTi aW Mr prkn TOWN Of MAMATM 7M4211 FATTH Cvntvcl FT yevr DMrict Hewj rHsi PICTURE BUTTE HNS At the recent meeting of Catherines Cat holic Womens League the following executive was elected presi Ernest Renner first Herman Sfroeve second Theo Uird vke Elizabeth Bos jak Walter oral and Rob Convener of Tony gave an outline of the parish and mission activ CWL spungoied the Girl of Canada organzatioz with financial and civic uuuveua EKzabetl loanjak lepuiied of many corn ome 317 hospital visit ind Jl aittclea for can ;