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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta I1'? HEHMD WcdnnileiY, April 5S. 1973 a 1 i li rh i iti i .Icnk R t Club n I f OrofoNcol te r MA 1 llll 1 L II ll if V bis, LM 1 1 tS If I 111 I i C tub 11 siic 1 hnsi u im! til i members 'CUP Johnson, -I .uil IJD held, t Judges (or Hio evening evciut 1 district wind) is open lo lha general 1 01 ni.] b lie. will IK' Miss Plan no t k tf Vbmicll Mi 11 i in L 1 tin >.L u I i nislv been i Karon Jenkins nf (hi.- i -1-It 13ct'f Club will act ns i i om L un di in mm Accepts honor _____ CLAKKSHOLM D i s I rict Horse Kirc Coinm I s s i n n c r Andy I. i TPC) lim O look o [Lthbi t! t pu-jpnt 1 CL tjf U I I 1 II L CJllCf Don Bush during a social eve- ning in the fire department's lecture hall. Tlie certificate was iu recog- nition of the brigade achieving first place honors in Alberta and third place iu Canada for etforts during tfJ71 5 lane ropes CLARESHOLM The com- petitive swim club is readying for the season and has pur- chased five lane ropes, nt a cost of. more than Mrs. A. Feacter reporls the ropes were paid for with money realized from last summer' swim-a-thon. Home Recipe Plan Tsikes Off Ugly It's simple how quickly one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make this homo recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to ygur drugstore and ask for Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit jtiice to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a day aa needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase does not show you 8 simple easy way to bulky fat and Uslp regain Frontier more graceful curves' if reducible pounds and inchos of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, abdoinen, hips, calves and tinkles just return the empty bottle for your money back. Follow this easy way en- dorsed by many who have tried this plan and! help bring buck al- luring curves and graceful slendernesB. Noto how quickly bloat disappears how much better you feel. More alive, youthful appearing and active. LOOKS Leigh- loo BuckweU, president of the Fort Macleod Centennial Society, gives ivhole -hear ted approval to the town's cen- tennial crest. Tlic big symbol stands out nicely on (ha back of (his mo tic L The town Is gelling ready for a year-Jong celebration. Oct. 13, 1874, was (he day the NWMP arrived al the bend In the Oldman Kiver to bring law and order to the west. FIRST IN COLOR Norway began its first color television transmissions on New Year's Day. RETIREMENT Mr, and Mrs. Sandy Burnett have been retired at Blairmorc for some years. They are old' timers of the district. Mrs. former school teacher in fhe Pass, is ihe daughler of A. E. Coxr firs) poslmaster al Ptnchei1 Creek, Mr. Burnett was associated the lumbering business. He remembers the old lime the cement and brick works and the old brewery. But now, while they are waiting for the ground to dry so they can ger at their gardening, it's time for tea, Photo by Vern Decoux on Highway 3 TABEK (HNS) A motor hotel convention ccti- trc complex for Tabcr luss been imnoLmecd by Heritage Motor Inns LU3. recently organized here. T he development, to be known as Heritage Inn, will consist of 30 fully modern air- conditioned rooms, with Uic ca- pability to expansion to 100 foonis. Plans also cull fur a bimquet room and cabaret, a 250-scat beverage room, and a l.50-5eat cocktail lounge and li- censed dining room. The development the five- acre site on former California Standard Oil Co. properly south of Highway 3, recently annexed to tiie town, will include an en- closed courtyard, swimming pool and saunas, grassed-in play and recreation area with the possibility of a par-three pitch Eind putt golf course. On ?ite parking for some 300 cars is in the plans being drawn up hy I.mie and Neufekl of Consulting engi- neers are Brown and Hogg of Medicine Hat. Developers Norman A. Long, Tabor real estate ami in- surance dealer, and Herb Krahn of Vancouver, say fur- ther development of some 21 acres of land will involve hous- ing and other facilities. Mr. Krahn, whose long expe' rience has produced 1C hotel developments to date, will be manager of the complex. He will also be in charge of construction which is scheduled (o start in about four weeks' time. Preliminary land arations are now under way, Katd Mr. Long. Scheduled date of completion lt> Aug. 15, The motor hotel proposal has been in the hooks for a couple of years but was held up for a proper access from Highway 3 winch is now assured by the provincial government. Prop- erty subdivision is now being processed through the Oldman Uivcr Regional Planning Com- Backtrack on gym trustees urged CARDSTON (HXS) -About 200 people attended the first public meeting called by the Cardslon Chamber of Com- merce. It was called because of a controversy between the citi- zens and board members of (he Cards ton school division in re- gard to the size of a proposed gymnasium in the addition lo the high school. Chamber of commerce presi- dent Dennis Burt was chair- man. Speaking at the meeting, di- visional board chairman Ches- ter Walburger said that if the gymnasium was built larger than the proposed plan, some- thing else would have to go. Vice-chairman Glen Posvles- land said that he believed in a pay-as-you go policy. High school principal Hubert West outlined the sports activi- Defer hike PINCHER CHEEK Allen Suhitycky, MF for Hocky Moun- tain and Parliamentary sec- retary to the minister of Indian affairs and northern develop- ment, has announced that land rental increases for property in the national parks will he de- ferred until 1973. Tlie increases were originally scheduled to come into effect in 1970, but wore previously postponed twice as part, of Ilia overall government policy at the Lime of holding (ho line on ali increases in few as ,1 stand against inflation. Planners attend NANTON It was delega- tion night at town council and the first part of the evening was laken up with business per- taining Ihe visilors. They included 10. P. Addcrly, executive director and L. O. Lightweight, short sleeve men's knits for super cool comfort! 100% nylon tricot knits for ideal comfortl Smartly styled wilh fashion collar, chest pocket and four bulton plaque front. While grounds wilh this season's abstract patterns in Brown, Black, Iris, Bur- gundy, Blue, etc. S-M-t.XL. Polyester and Cotton Blend Knit Shirts Fashioned iporl shirt collar and Ml but- ton front. Many colon to choose from in plain and fancy obstracl ja- quard poiferns, also bold blazer stripes. Men's sireiS-M-L XL. EACH Colourful Print Short Sleeve For Men 100% Arnef Tri-Ace- fclo for light wergltt comforl and eosy care. Choice of 3 interesting poiferns in or EACH 6 USEYOUR EDIT "CHARGE IT" PIONEER LODGE "GARBATHON" Saturday, April 29, 1972 Support Univenify, High School anil Miming Sludonlt In their efforli to help clean up litlor and gcirbaga in tethbridgs. Offer your tupporl by phoning 327-0971 or 378-9360 and pledge an Hourly rate. "THINK UTTER AILY" Because We're WooSco... Your Shopping Costs You Less! College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Mngrath Drive Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thurs. and Frt. 9 a.m. fo 9 p.m. Smith, assistant director of the Oldman Hiver Regional Plan- ning Commission, Lethbridge. The representatives of the Oldman River Regional Com- mission appeared as a delega- tion to continue discussions on the general plan review of t97I. Proposed changes in the in- dustrial zone (east of Ihe tracks) discussed. Other matters included sug- gested projects in the five-year capital budget and Oldman liiver Regional Planning Com- mission, which have yet to be completed and approved by council. EID utilized BROOKS Weather condi- tions during the past year nee- essilated the. irrigation syslem (o operate at full capacity over a longer period than has been experienced for some years, Ihe Eastern Irrigation District board of directors submitted in ils annual report which was mailed to all water users re- cently. The system was turned on al the Main Canal from Bassano Dam on May s and the water shut down on Oct. 21. Crops in the EID generally were good during 1971 although severe hail storms damaged acres almost 1GO per cent. While the cost of materials and labor continued to rise dur- ing 1071, the rate per acre for irrigation water remained un- changed over the. previous year at per acre for gravity water. There were acres "under the ditch" which brought revenue for supply o[ water and other purposes to The 11 EID grazing aassocia- tions "are continuing to oper- ate satisfactorily and must be considered a very important part of the operation of the according to the board of trustees. Almost one million acres of rangcland is devoted to grazing In the EID. Classy boxers I'l.NCHEil CRKKK Two toys from the Peigan Boxing Club, Andy Stump and Hilly N'orfh Peigan, successfully com- peted in the Native Winter Games at Cardslon. Andy won out over his oppo- nent from B.C., while Billy dropped his adversary in Ihe second round on a TKO. Later he fought again and won by a knockout in the third round, The Peigan Coxing Club will present a card in Pincher Creek on Saturday evening. May G. Some of the area's perform- ers will participate, including Dennis Chief Moon. ties of the high school and lha need for equipment and storage space. Willanl Brooks, truslce for Ihe Cardston subdivision, has been opposed to the board's proposal of building a gymna- sium fli-by-70 feet with a re- movable stage. He said that he could see no validity to the claim that the board did not have sufficient money to build an adequate gym. lie slated that eleven-twenty- eighths of Ihe cost of Ihe entire buildinc will be paid by grants from the department of Indian affairs. The balance wilt be paid by debenture, arranged through the provincial government and paid hack by them out of their foundation grants to school dis- tricts. "There is no need to ask any- body to pay more taxes just to widen the he said. "Building an adequate gym will simply take more lime to pay off the debenture." Following a queslion-and-an- swcr period Gordon Sloan pro' posed that (he board reconsider its original decision and widen Ihe gymnasium by two mod- ules or 31 feet. This would make the playing floor 85 feel wide with an additional stage. Mark Somrnerfeldt seconded the motion and it was carried. Coults Day set for June 24 COUTTS (UN'S) Cmills and District Chamber of Com- merce has set June 24 as the date for Ihe C o u 11 s Day cel- ebrations. Chamber members suggest- ed inquiries made through the Alberfa Chamber of Com- merce, Edmonton, regarding public speaking. Tbey would like pubtic speah- tng included in the department of education curriculum for the junior high schools, possibly on a travelling-instructor basis. Miss Debbie Thiessen gave K talk, using one of her winning speeches. She used it at a re- cent public speaking competi- tions. Memoralia needed by museum FOI1T Port Maclewl Historical Asso- ciation. Ihe group (hat runs lha museum fort, desires memora- lia from Ihe town's 50lh and 7Slh anniversary celebrations. "We need pictures, postcards, calendars, even dresses anything from the 1521 and 19W says association prefitlenl Muriel Ragan. The artifacts will be uscrl in Hi 74 centennial celebrations luinoviiig Hie establishment o! the first North West Mounlcd t'olkv, for! in In in 19 Ihe Iwn rlrew Inter- national acclaim ulien about visitors thronged to the community during one summer week lo watch and take part in celebrations. Mrs. Kaftan said the histori- cal association will make copies of artifacts that owners do not want lo part wilh. Material and information can be sent lo association manager Larry Kinc at. Box 776, Fort Alfa. Dance Saturday at Bcllevnc BELLEVUE (CNP BureaiO- The Maple-Vue Committee will h o I d a dance and social eve- Phil's Orchestra of Lethbridge. The committee will also hold a bake sale In the premises ning in the Maple-Vue Hall al liellcvuc April 23. j ]mM Music will bo provided by I functions. Bert's Barber Shop attend both ;