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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Lanianite Generation? Students from Brighom Young University, Prove, Utah, will stage The Lamanite Gen- eration at 8 p.m. Friday in the Raymond Culture Centre. Players represent 60 tribes of North America. Lamanites are storied in the Book of Mormon, foundation of the LDS Church. Mrs, Emma Chala to serve pancakes NATAL (HNS) -The Spar- wood Catholic Women's League of St. Michael's Parish will at- tend a pancake breakfast April 26. Conveners are Mrs. Mary EKRHD budget wins okay NATAL (HNS) A budget of has been approved for 1973 for the East Kootenay Regional Hospital District The budget is nearly over that of 1972 but expected increases in assessments may result in a drop of one or two points in the mill rate for 1973. Expenses for servicing debts are estimated at this year, some more than last year, but other expendi- tures will be down near- ly The capital budget for the EKRHD, will total compared to in 1972. Major spending will be for the new Fernie hospital. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING ftrnon Decoux, Resident Rep., 362-2 T49 and Kcwall, Mrs. Sophie Krall Mrs. Emma Chala. It will mark the Feast of Our Lady of Good Counsel. The Lord King is cantata set IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The cantata the Lord is King will be presented in the Chris- tian Reformed Church Easter Sunday evening under conduc- tor Gerrit VanZeggelaar. Pianist will be James Dyk- shoorn of Nobleford. Miss Gertie Heinen will nar- rate the story. inunooy, April if, me icmumuut nEMLU increase from 1972 East Kootenay budget takes leap NATAL (HNS) The 1973 b u d g e t for the Regional Dis- trict of East Kootenay totals up from 1972. General government services spurred the increase. The effect of the increase on the mill rate is expected to be minimal. Frank Bertoia, administra- tor, told the KDEK at its re- cent meeting that he ex- pects little, if any change in assessments to municipalities, although there may be a very small increase in the null rate for residents of the electoral areas. Assessments from member municipalities this year will raise compared to last year. When special assessments for specified areas arc in- cluded, the total is It was in 1972. Expenditure on general gov- ernment services is budgetted at compared to 345 last year. Other expendi- tures, with 1972 budget figures in parenthesis are: protective What the world needs is food, sweet food inspections street lighting garbage and waste Collection and disposal home nursing sendees environmental planning and zoning ur- ban renewal project grants In aid regional parks 360 and Lazy Lake specified area, new this year, About is budgeted for land acquisition for regional parks. WARNER (HNS) 60 people from Raymond, Wren- tham, New Dayton, Milk River, Coutts and Warner attended a Unifarm meeting to hear Bert Hargraves, member of Parlia- ment. He was very informal and discussed bills that will be pre- sented to Parliament for pro- cessing. He outlined the construction and business of the Food Cost Commission. "A farmer is the only entre- preneur who produces a prod- uct before he knows what price he will receive for it." Disasters, drought in Red China, Russia and Australia, loss of fish off the coast of Peru because of a shift in the world More district pages 15, 33 and 34 I I E I <3n I A I i International Harvester Is Cleaning-Out Their USED TRUCKS and TRACTORS. Come in Now and TI ocean currents, loss of the soya bean crop because of too much rain in the U.S., cause a world need for food. "Is it an uneasy peace m the Vietnam war because of the need for he asked. "If we want elaborate goods, we must be prepared to pay for them." Traffic control suggested TABER (HNS) Town coun- cil has referred to the police department a recommendation from the Taber public school board that four-way stop signs be installed on 54th St. at 56th Ave. This traffic control was con- sidered necessary because of the number of public school children from burned-out Cen- tral attending the high school building, crossing die street for gymnasium activities. 1973 DEMONSTRATORS C- 1010 INTERNATIONAL Vi TON PICKUP 345 engine ,auto. trans., P.S., P.B., deluxe unit. Reg. US AN ____ 1973 INTERNATIONAL 1010 PICKUP V8, 4 speed trans., P.S., P.B., radio. 55038. Mwl WAB Will '4265 Regular S3950 T966 INTERNATIONAL F-1800 TANDEM New 20 foot box and hoist. 5 and 4 transmission. MAKE OS AM S7800 1962 INTERNATIONAL DCF-405 5 and 4 transmission, 250 Cummings-Majored. New paint. MAKE US 1967 INTERNATIONAL VM90 549 engine, 5 and 4 transmission. MAKE US AN OFFER........... 1961 INTERNATIONAL BC-174 With box and hoist. A-l shape. MAKS US AH '5500 '3500 INTERNATIONAL 560 (589) live P.T.O. and T.A. MAK'I U? W CASE 930 (498) With cab and live P.T.O. COCKSHUTT 1850 (175) 4 wheel drive, cab 1970 TOYOTA WITH CAMPER 4. speed transmission. US OFFER........ '2000 '5000 '6750 1969 INTERNATIONAL 14 Ton. V-8, automatic. In top shape. OFFER............ 1966 INTERNATIONAL '4 TON V8, 4 speed. 1966 INTERNATIONAL 1100 6 cylinder, 3 speed. n U? OFFER........ 1965 METEOR 4 door sedan, V8 automatic. 1965 INTERNATIONAL 4x4 197; INTERNATIONAL TKAVEIAU. Vfi, P.S., P.B., Socket seats. '1500 '1950 '1150 '1000 '765 '1550 '4850 MASSEY HARRIS 1100 (60S) With cab, rowcrop, dual tires, 'E S ALUS CHALMERS XT 190 (357) With cab, new tires. INTERNATIONAL 560 CAS Jive power take-off. a 14 C- A. SALES SERVICE '5200 '4250 I '2195 I i" 4, t I St. Vincent's hospital plans reaffirmed PINCHER CREEK f Special) The advisory board of St. Vincent's Hospital here has de- cided, following a general dis- cussion regarding file request made by Bishop O'Byrne for suggestions for the establish- ment of a local board of man- agement, to send following rec- ommendations: The diocese of Calgary should take over control of the hospital for a trial period of two years; A local board of management should be established compris- ing one councillor appointed by each of the councils of the Town of Pincher Creek; the Pincher Creek MD: Village of Cowley; Peigan Indian Re- serve; and Waterton Lakes Na- tional Park; It was suggested three local residents be nominated and ap- pointed to serve on the board; A meeting be arranged be- tween the bishop and his rep- resentatives and the advisory board to discuss the rec- ommendations. A letter was received from the superintendent of Waterton j Lakes National Park accepting the board's invitation to appoint a representative to serve on the board. Other hospital business will see an automatic fire extin- guishing sjstem installed in the kitchen: place mats will be distributed to local res- taurants to mark Saturday, May 12. as Hospital Day. A patient opinion survey, or- ganized by the Alberta Hospital Association, was taken during the week of March 26 to April I 2. i Six Hi-Lo beds, donated by' the 4-H Riding Club through the j Ladies Auxiliary, arc now in t use. John Buchan made a dona- tion of a new Hi-Lo bed to the hospital. M. LaBrie of Shell Canada Ltd. showed a TV video tape of a recent local hockey game to patients. Wilderness vacation set for teenagers PINCHER CREEK (Special) comes from the local recreation office of a "wiJdcr- II is a co-ed backpacking pro- gram for teen-agers w Kananaskis Mountains south- east