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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta April 28, 1974 THE LETHBMIDOE HERALD 19 Taber shop hour issue still cloudy The South In short Taber MD seeking crest TABER (HNS) A municipal symbol is being sought by the Taber Municipal District The MD is sponsoring a crest contest, open to anyone in the MD The winner of the contest, June 1, will receive Easter seal drive nets SPARWOOD (HNS) The Sparwood Lions Club Easter Seal drive raised The money was raised with mail-m donations, and elementary school children taking pennies to school to help crippled children Veteran bus driver honored COALDALE Thompson, a school bus driver in the Readymade School district for 31 years, has retired A community function in his honor was held in the Readymade School It was attended by many people of the area and many of those who had been passengers on his bus Master of ceremonies was Ed Hranac A reclining chair was presented to Mr Thompson from the community Students travelling on his bus this season presented him with an engraved desk pen set Lacrosse team at practice TABER Ebony Hawks, the local lacrosse team, has been holding practices in St Mary's School gymnasium here for the past month and is ready to start a season The Hawks have 14 holdovers from last year's Alberta championship team and all have been signed to date This weekend the Hawks will see their first action of the new season as they travel to Nanton to take on the Southern Alberta Junior All-Stars Mine safely officers named NATAL W Clarke of Commco Ltd Kimberley, has been named president of the East Kootenay Mine Safety Association Other officers W R Lewis of Fernie and W D MacArthur of Kimberley, vice-presidents and D W Flynn of Kimberley, secretary-treasurer Outgoing president Arthur Grimley of Kaiser Resources reported on the past year's achievements which included Fording Coal winning the district open-pit rescue competition, the Kimberley first aid team winning the East Kootenay competition, and the Kaiser Resources underground mine rescue team winning the provincial competition Forty representatives of participating companies attended the annual meeting of the Association at Fernie Sisters mark anniversary SPARWOOD Sisters of the Atonement gathered at St Michael's Church recently to mark the 75th anniversary of the Order of the Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement and the 25th anniversary in the rehgous life of two of the sisters, Ann McNamara of Castlegar and Sister Marie Flynn of Golden The liturgy was concelebrated by Rev Joe Smith and Rev Clement St Jacques of Golden Sister Linda Laborde of BGolden played the guitar and the sisters choir sang The Catholic Women's League served a banquet in the afternoon Following the meal the visitors toured Sparwood LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC SEPARATE S. D. no. 9 Registration and Orientation for children beginning school this fall Children who are 5 years old by February 28, 1974 may begin school this fall. These child- ren will be registered and will attend school on a part time oasis during the week May 13- 17. Please contact the elementary Catholic School of your choice for further details. ASSUMPTION SCHOOL 14 Ave. and 24 St. South 327-5028 ST. MARY'S SCHOOL 5 and 19 St. South ST. PATRICK'S SCHOOL 8 St. and 10 South 327-4386 ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL 10 Ave. and 12 St. B North 327-4451 homes Spring floods on the prairies are causing some storage problems for Kama1 Industries at Standoff. Eighty sectional homes are sitting outside the factory waiting for flood waters to drop before they're shipped to delivery points in the Northwest Territories, northern Alberta, Manitoba, and central Saskatchewan. The compan.y is now producing two homes a day in the plant, with large orders from the Blackfoot Reservation near Browning, Mont, and the Blood Reserve, where the factory is located Coaldale council passes police budget COALDALE (HNS) Council has approved this year's police department budget in the amount of including for salaries for the four-man force Council rejected the commission's recom- mendation that conference at Raymond RAYMOND (HNS) -About 200 Latter-day Saint youths are expected to attend the two-day youth conference here Saturday and Sunday The theme is inter-action and spirituality Alma Heaton, a member of the faculty of recreation at Bngham Young University, will speak Workshops will begin at 11 p m Saturday at the high school with instruction in yoga by Helen Anderson of Calgary, music by Keith Wood of Calgary, and cooking for boys by Vern Olson of Lethbridge There will also be classes in automotives, chess and drama Other attractions of the day will be a novelty basketball game between members of the high council and an all-star team The world's biggest root beer float will be manufactured there A banquet will be held at the Raymond Cultural Hall at 6 30 p m to be followed by a dance Sunday morning there wili be special church services for the youth attending this conference Kathleen Thompson of Lethbridge will speak to the young women This conference is under the direction of a youth committee which comprises Jeff Hill, Carol Chnstensen, Michele Taylor, Kent Nilson, Derral Pack and Nina Meeks with seminary teacher Richard Carter as the adviser be added to the budget for overtime pay The capital reserve fund, used to replace patrol cars or equipment was bolstered by Coun Peter Letkemann of the commission informed council he will hold a special commission meeting to deal specifically with procedures on bylaw enforcement Dogs running at large are spurring numerous complaints The Lethbridge County 26 southern recreation region budget of has been accepted by town council Coaldale residents pay a one-mill tax levy which raises about for the recreation region A total of will be paid in salaries this summer to a supervisor, two cashiers, four senior and three junior life guards Marathon Realty's request for a reduction in its frontage charges for water and sewer has been rejected by town council The charge is 19 per front foot Town council has refused a request from the LDS Church here to use water from the fire hydrant to irrigate a Service to open homecoming FORT MACLEOD (Special) An ecumenical thanksgiving service will be held at 2 p m June 29 in the Fort Macleod Arena Fourteen churches will participate and the interfaith committee has organized a fine program Mr Justice Allan Cullen of the Alberta Supreme Court, Calgary, will speak The combined band from Calgary and Lethbridge Salvation Army corps will provide the music The Fort Macleod Centennial Singers will perform The event will herald the beginning of homecoming week for the Fort Macleod centennial celebrations vegetable garden on lots adjacent to the church The fire chief cannot sanction this use, council ruled Town council has agreed to provide office space and to the Canada Manpower program to commence here May 15 The person nired to run the program will contact local businessmen to find out if any jobs are available Mayor A F Blakie and councillors recently said they are concerned that the local ambulance leaves the town and district so often TABER Businessmen's Association president Joe Orban, Jr will seek a legal opinion on the validity of a two-thirds majority stipulation on a recent shopping hours vote here The two-thirds majority stipulation was to provide a clear-cut majority for the guidance of town council if it is asked to amend the present bylaw "Twenty-three of 27 eligible members voted Nine voted for the present hours and the addition of all-day shopping Wednesday, 14 votes were for Monday closing, all-day shopping Tuesday through Saturday and shopping to 9 p m Fridays Due to a dispute over the legality of the ballot, no changes will be made at present Stores close here Wednesday afternoons and all day Sunday The Taber Businessmen's Association has not been able to reach accord on shopping hours since the issue was first raised several years ago RODEO PARADE The businessmen's association has learned the Taber rodeo parade needs a shot in the arm If it doesn't get parade this year The association and the Taber Rodeo Committee are trying to reach accord on parade financing but the two groups are still far apart A recent meeting of the association was stunned by a letter from the rodeo committee which earlier turned down the request of the association that the rodeo group pay half the cost of the rodeo parade The lost was nearly last year The latest letter indicated the cost of for last year's parade was not realistic Another inference was that the rodeo committee felt the businessmen were not doing their share to help promote the rodeo Rodeo chairman Wes Dunz was called into the association meeting and after a few The Herald District minutes discussion Mr Dunz was surprised to learn that the association spent at least six times more than the rodeo committee did last year in promoting the rodeo. It was also agreed there had been a lack of liaison between the two groups in recent years since there were no association members on the rodeo committee Rodeo organizers hope forthcoming meeting will clear up a lot of misunderstanding between the two groups Blairmpre asked to pinpoint dump BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Town council has been asked by the Oldman River Regional Planning District calendar A work bee will be held from 1 to 8 p m Sunday at the Indian Hill Golf Course one mile east of the Readymade School Hamilton Junior High School students will stage a tent show of the Diary of G A French an account of the RCMP trek from Fort Dufferm to Fort Macleod in 1874, at the R. I. Baker School beginning at 10 a m Monday Coaldale Girl Guides and Brownies will hold a cookie sale at Coaldale Saturday, May 4 Deadline for player registration for the Lethbridge County 26 men s slow pitch league is May 15 but the first game is slated for May 7 say recreation officials at Coaldale and Picture Butte Commission to pinpoint a site for a nuisance grounds Council says it is back to where it started sometime ago when a meeting was held with numerous government and locally concerned departments on the matter of a suitable site Every site that was suggested at this meeting was found unsuitable for various reasons The possibility of taking over the sanitary service in the Village of Frank was discussed and it was estimated that this service to the villagers would cost about per month This figure was based on a possible 70 homes at Frank and two pickups per week Blairmore would provide its garbage packer and three men at a cost of 81 per hour QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Mcchinlc Capitol Furniture Bldg. 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