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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE UTHnRIDGE HEUALD TliuiSilny, 17, 1972 POS LDOOTFLOCKHJ Stresses function UlAN'liliOOK Tlic 1971 Kc.niuiuil clistiic-'l of luioU'ii.ny ctKiiniuin, Akl. Slank'y Wilson of Kimhodcy, comments in the KDKK report on the provincial Muni- oipnlilics Finance Authority ;is most iind k-asl i [MiUIU-iml function of HI1KK in I ttic It is L'umpusi'it u[ a fcyrcsca- lative from e.idi of the 23 re- gional districts who name its boai'J and admmistr.itur. Its purpose is filial process lm' o[ applicnlions liy member rmmidiKiHlit'5 lm' -iiTMgim; fi- for ccmmuulity nurt fewer systems and pollu- tion control nnd iibnlenient. I ho year applications by Forme city for a total of Sl.iS.dno and SpnrwDoil (or obtained approval and finaiK'ini; of ilctu'iUiiiT.s olil ;il par throiijili liOEK duniH'Is. Rlll'.K UiV'2 bi'Sins repay- nu-nl of pttiK-ipal and inlorcsl OUT 20 U'.irs. colloctint; Ihis ainwiiii from Ihe nnnm'ipalily provulini; tlic new son ice. Swimming ends MOW DAYTON (HNS) A family sviini wound ni> 12 weeks of instruction for 41 cliil- dron and adults The lessons, spoii5orcd by the recreation association, began Jan 8 and were rumplclcd April Swimmers buseii to the Civic Centre by Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kaupp, Those obtained interme- diate badges are Mary Jo Schill find Janice Dncll. Survival was pass- by Sandra Cooper, Dai'lenc Vilkins, Janice Karpuik, Diane iidcrson iiml Theresa nnd Jo- cph Kaupp. Successful prc beginners vere Stephen Kanpp, Jimmy nd Arlcne Karpuik, Jeff Michael, Karen and 'im Murray, Michael and Su- anne Cooper, Lori Anderson, Man Solk, Alan Anderson and Karen Kaupp. ROYAL PURPLE WOMEN MEET About IM members of Ilie Order Jean teGrandeur, Cranbrook; Millie Yanola, Calgary; and Violel Wawe- ot Ihe Royal Purple gather al the recent annual district meeting at Blair- con, Coleman. They mel in the Blairmore Hall and then went to Cole- Vcrn Decoux Photo more. From left, Ruby D'Etcheverry, Cranbrook; Helen Giacomuzzi, Blair- more; Anne Vasck, CcJe.-rtan; Dcra Kruji Eicirmore; Liii Kemp, Blairmore; man for the banquet supper. Unifarm women hit cost of school construction PINCHER CUEEK (Special) Forly-hvo people, represcnl- ng six locals, met for the Uni- "arm Region 12, District 1 an- nual convention i-eccntly in the Anglican Church hall. The address of welcome was 5ivcn by H. A. Jack, chairman. Mr. Jack said most locals are active. He reported on (lie conven- tion at High River and (lie an- nual parley at Edmonton. He said Unifarm was doing a good job for the fanners but urged them to co-operate in an- swering questions to give Uni- farm more guidelines. Mrs. Mae Huddlestun, vice- president of Unifarm, said the of Unifarm presented two briefs, one to the premier and members of the cabinet on tlie high cost of school build- ings, education in general, drugs, health and welfare; Ihe oilier to the prime minister and his cabinet on the Hoyal Com- mission on tlio Status ol Women, It was felt there should be equal opportunities for women to participate hi retraining and Minor hockey banquet Friday BEM.EVUE (CNP Bureau) Minor hockey players here will he hnnored at the annual banquet to be held in the M. D. McEachem school nt p.m. Friday. I QUALITY DENTURE I CLINIC I EDDY DIETRICH I CeiliFied Denial Mechanic I Capitol Btdg. 328-7684 rehubililation programs. Mr. Jack tendered his resig- nation as chairman. Scott Hammond succeeded him. Jim Johnson was elected Box car reflectors urged PIiVCHER CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek MD coun- cil has decided to contact CP Rail to urge it lo sec that at least two reflectors are placed on each box car. Such a measure would en- sure the safely of traffic ap- proaching railroad crossings at night. It was also decided to send a copy of a resolution from Ihe annual meeting to (he depart- ment of highways and trans- port requesting improvement of the intersection of Highway 3 and 6 at Pincher Station. Glen Myers and Brad Saw y e ry representing Shell Canada Ltd., attended the meeting with representatives of Shopping hours TABEK Tabcr mer- chant must adhere to statu- tory holidays and exclude night shopping on every day of the week. Shops will close at 6 p.m. ex- cept for noon closing on Wed- nesdays. The new bylaw, worded by I own solicitor Laurence Higa of Lelhbriripe, meets with the approval of the Taber Business- men's Association. a farm management consultant firm and outlined to council plans for concluding studies of effect of emissions from the plant on growing crops and livestock. A provision will be made In the 1D72 budget for a prant to the Napi Friendship Association. Provision will also be made in the 1072 budget for a con- tribution of to the Pinch- er Creek recreational board tliis amount being about 15 per cent of the recreation board's operating deficit. Members of council wil! make a tour of Ihe MD after which they would be in a bet- ter position to assess the Bectls for (he road construction pro gram bc-inp proposed for 1972 Bylaw 1320 authorizing the closing of several unused por lions of original road allow- ances was introduced. Closure is necessary before they can be leased to adjacent land-owners Notes of objections to the pro- posed dosing of certain roat allowances were considerct prior lo the readings and as a result two' road allowances were deleted from the schcd ulccl bylaw. YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points {or each correct 1 During hla ylnit President Nixon spoke to Par- liament. True or Filse? 2 Hospitals In Quebec were unaffected by the fitrlke of public service workers jn that prov- ince. True or Talse? 3 BrJtlsh Prime Minister Edward Heatb'B Gov- ernment said that tt considered the U.S. bomb- Ing attacks around the North Vietnamese cities ot Hanoi and Haiphong to be 7 a-unjustlfled acts that bave escalated tho conflict b-an understandable reaction to North Viet Nam's offensive In South Viet c-Pralsewortby acts of steadfastness and c our ago 4 The moon IR approximately miles from Earti. c-1.3 million C fn Northern Ireland William Craljf said his Vanguard organization would seize power by. force rather than let Northern Ireland 7 a-become part of the Irish Republic b-remaln under direct British rule c-fall back under control of the Protestant majority PART It WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can Tiatch with Ita correct meaning. i-clear out, PART IV PICTURE QUIZ s POINTS Kven though I celebrated my 72Ml birthday April I9th, I still exercfBe 10 minutes a day besides logging 1 mile. Who am I? HOW DO YOU RATE? ta 100 polnh- TOP SCORE! 71 to W point. Coed. 81 h> WpalrrH-Enc.llMit. 41 to 70 polnti Fflr. Wor KW FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION Do you thinkthoCanadlan-U.S. Great up agreement will be effective? 1.....evacuate 4.....negotiate 6.....Implicate b-Btrlke bnck Kuggest someone had t part In something d- for n settle- ment PART 111 NAMES IN THE NEWS 5 points tor names that you can correctly match the clues. 1.....Kurt Waldhelm a-Caiudlan boxer Bordaberr' 3.....George CbuvnJo Mlntoff E.....Pablo Xerudi 4-2472 b-Chllean poel and Am- bapsfldor to France Minister, Mal- ta d-UN Sec-retRTy-Gener4- al e-President, Uruguay f-ri Sovo Tnl! Examination! STUDENTS v.iwbi.R.fef.nciM.t.riaiFof ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE 'ice-chairman. Mrs. K. McFar-1 and was named secret a ry- Ire a- urer. District councillors re- main the same as the previous the exception of Mrs. j. Cooley. She resigned. Mrs. C. Heere was named for Women of Jnifarm in Mrs. C o o 1 c y' s It was decided Urat next year each local would clccL a coun- cillor to represent tlic local on lie district board. Mrs. Inga MaiT was called upon to mLraducc Bill Nicol, 'ion 14 director. He is also on the executive of Unifarm and has served Uvo years on Coaches WIDE rnoviNCE Ontario stretches ,000 miles from north to south gym team the Canadian Fcdcraliou ol Ag- riculture. Mr. N'icol spoke on Section 6 o[ the Machine Act. R. J. Graham gave a report on Blue Cross. He reported a lecrcase in membership due to members 65 and over having costs paid by the government. There are still 120 members of tlie region in Blue Cross. lie urged members to register new arrivals, as they are not cover- ed unless registered. Resolutions (o lie sent io (he regional convention, June ti. as well as head olficc are as fol- lows: All railroad cars in Canada to be equipped with reflectors to enable trains to be seen crossings at night; Low rate loans for the pur- pose purcasliing caltle be made available to southern Al- ot jerta, the same as north High River; Investigation be malic on ap- plications lor welfare; Bo it resolved that the Uni- farm executive obtain Irom (ho legislative assembly informa- tion on proposed legislation re- garding agricultural policies and have the information pub- licized lo locals. Fore fashion that's eyeOK Renso Caslcllarin of the Crowsnesl Consolidated 1! I e, li School's physical educalion ilo- partment is the coach ot the school gymnastics learn ami not Pally Kundcrl as slated in Ihe Wednesday. April 19, ed- ition of The Lolhbridge Her- ald. Tlie Herald regrets this error. Mr, Caslcllarin has spent more lhan 200 hours preparing the girls for ttic provincial gymnastics meet at Edmonton April 23. SUCCESS WITH YOUR MONEY! Earning a good salary is only pnrt of the bailie of coping with today's hich cost of living. To make the most your hard-earned income, it's equally important to have a personal Money sim- ple, praclical system for get- full value from your financial resources. The May issue of Header's Digest features such a plan, devised by experts in money mnn- iiccnicnt lo sliow liow you achieve your Jinam-ial fioals, instead of just dream- ing about, them! Head A MONEY lott of 38 articles and features in May Header's Digest. Get your copy today! PERCY PRICE SIASHER be in SPARWOOD, B.C. April 28th 9 P-m, to Miif APRIL 28th 9 p.m. to MIDNIGHT SPARWOOD, B.C. Wearing pyjarncis can save you money when Percy will be visiting approximately 30 different merchants slashing their prices down to almost nothing. We remind you that to take advantage of these prices you must be wearing pyjamas. SEE YOU FRIDAY NIGHT 9 p.m. to Midnight in Sparwood, CENTENNIAL SQUARE AND GREENWOOD CENTRE SPARWOOD LI VK KYrKKTAIMlENT 1'KOVI DKI) ;