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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Choral music at Blairmore Wednesday Blairmore Lions have invited Crowsnest Pass area residents to hear choral music by the University of Alberta Concert Choir at 8 p.m. Wednesday. It will be presented in the Isabella Sellon School auditorium. The choir is on tour throughout Alberta. Membership is drawn from all faculties of the Edmonton campus. They will sing Bach as well as folk and spiritual songs. Accompaniment instru- ments include guitar and banjo. Pee wee, bantam tourneys set for Henderson arena COALDALE (HNS) Pee and bantam ica hockey tournaments for the 1972-73 season will take place Saturday in the Henderson Ice Arena. Five team pee wee tourney will commence at 10 a.m. Game two goes at a.m., game 3 at p.m. The winners of this tourna- ment will receive three points; second place, two points; and third place, one point. The two-game bantam league tournament is scheduled for 3 to 4 p.m. Tax rate awaited at Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) The IffiZ mill rate and budget may be set within the next several weeks. Information from the provin- cial government on the new tax reduction program to mu- nicipalities was received re- cently. This has been awaited by town officials as it was neces- sary before the budget could be established. Coaldale dogs seek safety under roof of their master COALDALE (HNS) Dogs are a problem everywhere and this town is no exception. Town council has decided to take firm action for more inten- sive dog control. At a recent special meeting, the dog bylaw of 1965 was amended to make way for in- tensive dog control. The amended bylaw states the fee charged for all dogs im- pounded shall be S20 as a fee to release the dog from the pound; S3 impounding fee for the first day and for each succeeding day. The initial fee of completely new levy. Any dog caught, whether li- censed or unlicensed, and not being under control of the own- er, will be impounded. Council noted many people are of the opinion this does not apply to the licensed dog. Such is not the case. All dogs must be under the complete control of the owner. Crowsnest Pass News Land use data available for study at Coleinan library COLEMAN (CNF Bureau) An information centre to pre- pare citizens for future hear- ings on land use and resource development in the eastern slopes area of the Rocky Moun- tains is now established at the Coleman Community Library. Material will be received each month for the next three months to inform the public and to prepare those interested in the Alberta land use hear- ings. Books and pamphlets are available for perusal in the li- brary but are not to be taken out of the building. Any person wishing to read the material, either for general information on the topic or for the purpose of preparing and presenting a brief at the hear- ings, may do so at the iVrary Thursdays from 3 to 5 p.m. and 6 to 3 p.m. Girls, boys set for baseball a but where are all 'the coaches? ATTENTION! BOYS and GIRLS The Lethbridge Herald CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT is looking for bright, eager boys and girls to service rural town paper routes. Applicants must specify age (should be 12 years or Some routes are available right now and they may be in your own town. Example: Carriers are required right now in Pincher Creek, Lomond and Hillspring, COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The baseball season will get into full swing here soon if coaches for 112 girls and 141 boys can be found. Only seven persons attended the Coleman Athletic Associa- tion's special meeting to or- ganize baseball. Three coaches were in atten- dance and will take over three i. r.i c. coaches are found, other teams will be formed. Coaches are urged to contact Larry Nelson at 563-3659. Other- wise the association will have no alternative but to dissolve those teams that do not have a coach. The association has equip- ment available for baseball but it was pointed out many uni- forms from previous years have not been returned. These are needed as there are 253 youngsiers aged seven to 14 who can use them. Those persons holding the uniforms are urged to turn them into Mr. Nelson as soon as possible so new players can be outfitted. Pridoy, April 27, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Costs Joe more to fix your shoes By PAUL ANDERSEN Herald News Service CLARESHOLM Clares- holm shoemaker Joe Slettede says, "I have tc pay from two- fifty to two-sixty a pound for shoe leather that used to cost me eighty-five cents to one .dollar." He used to charge for half soles and heels and now he has to charge to break even. "Maybe I should quit." he said slowly in his Norwegian drawl, "But I guess I'll keep on for a while." Joe has been serving the Claresholm community as a shoe builder and shoe repair man since he came to Can- ada in 1928 from his native Boverdal in southern Nor- way. "I started making shoes when I was 16 years old." He has made very few shoes during the past 20 years. Last year he only made two pair for one of his steady customers. "It takes too much time and one can't charge enough to make it worthwhile." One cold winter in the forties he made 14 pair of cowboy boots but since then it has been mostly repair work. In the spring and summer Collect blood May 1 PINCHER CREEK (HNS) A blood donors" clinic will" be held from 2 to 4 and 6'.30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, May 1. in the P i n c h e r Creek Anglican Church Hall. Donors are urgently need- ed, says convener Phyllis Hodgson. he gets a lot of canvas tents to repair. He is the only one in the cojnrminity who will do it. His wife says he doesn't have the heart to turn them away, although there is plen- ty of shoe -repairs to keep him busy. WIFE HELPS When he gets behind, as he does after visiting his three married children and his nine grandchildren, his good wife goes with him to the shop across from, the post office, and gives him a hand by re- moving the heels and soles and waiting on customers. When Joe first came to Claresholm he worked -on farms in the summer and on shoes in the winter. Finally, work piled up so much after the second year he set up shop and has been at it ever since. In 1963 he returned to his home land and visited has three brothers and three sis- ters but they couldn't per- suade him to stay. Joe is putting in about six hours a day in his shop. "You've got to enjoy life a little he says. He and his wife enjoy fish- ing and camping in the spring and summer, are members of the Sons of Nor- way and have hundreds of friends. MP Joe Clark 111 'Pass Monday to talk about Ottawa work Builders snub town COALDALE (HNS) Anoth- er building addition is being constructed -without authoriza- tion by building permit. The town will take action and lay charges according to the town's bylaw. A local service station closed some time ago. The premises have been boarded up. Council said the owners, in Calgary, were to be advised to clean up the site. The building is unsightly and detrimental to the town. A sug- :estion was made to have the COALDALE (HNS) The Barons-Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: COALHURST: Tuesday, May 1. in the Coalhurst High School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, May 1, in the health unit office in the ad- ministration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. B A R X WELL: Wednesday, May 2, in the school from 1" to 3 p.m. IRON SPRINGS: Wednes- Ahvays time for a laugh Joe the shoemaker of ClareshoSm always has time to shore a joke or story with friends when they drop into his shop. He even has time to sharpen the children's skates. Roadhouse., Jacobsen to spark Elks parley COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The Coleman Elks Lodge will host the district BPOE meeting in the Coleman Elks Hall Sat- urday, May 5. Representatives from Ferula, Elkford, Coleman. Blairaiore, Pincher Creek, Fort Macleod and Granum lodges will attend. Doug Roadhouse of Leth- bridge, esquire of the provin- cial Elks association, and Wes Jacobsen, also of the city, pro- vincial Elks association secre- tary, will attend. Historical group meets at 'Pass school Sunday day. May 2. in the school from to p.m. COALHURST: Tuesday, May in the health unit office (up- stairs in the town office build- ing) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. j TABER: Thursday. May 3, in the health unit office in the ad- ministration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. GRASSY LAKE: Friday. May 4. in the Chamberlain School from 1 to 3 p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388: and Taber 223-3911. COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass Citizens' Historical Society will sieet in the Crowsnest Consolidated High School at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 29. Discussions will include the report of the nominating com- mittee; theme; and member- ship drive. Two meethigs set by AUMA COALDALE (HNS) Mem- bers of town council will attend t w o meetings of the Alberta Urban Municipalities Associa- tion, at Cardston Thursday, May 10, and the 67th annual AUMA convention Sept. 25 to Confirmation of dates for a seminar on the collection of in- formation and interviewing techniques, to be sponsored by the provincial archives and mu- seum, will be announced. All interested persons are in- vited to attend. medical officer of health J28.in Jasper Park Lodge. Final Reminder THE LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT ANNUAL MEETING Wifl be held Monday, April 30 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time ELKS HAll PICTURE BUTTE site cleared. Another service j urges parents to ensure their station will also be told to .chi'dren are fully protected j This is a great opportunity to learn how to operate a successful business and earn your own money. Don't hesitate, apply today! r Moil to: P.O. DISTRICT SUPERVISOR CIRCULATION DEPT. LETHBRIDGE HERALD BOX 670, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA I I wiiri Jo opply for o rural paper route in town of; j Nome j I I Aga I I____ will be required sign o consent form if Opplicont is oceepted I Gynikhaiia set for Sunday COALDALE Bureau) j Clark Joe Clark, member of Par- j I liament for the Rocky Moun-' tain constituency, will be in' the Crowsnest Pass Monday, April 30. to meet with his con- stituents. Make appointments by tele- phoning Fred Bradley at 562- 2439 after 6 p.m. The 'Pass is one of the areas in the extensive Rocky Moun- tain constituency that Mr. ciean up its site. will visit during the Some old cars and junk are of the House sfsnding on town-owned boule- against contagious disease and tooth decay. Information on ve- nereal disease, now reaching vards. It must be done by May epidemic proportions, is readily i 14 or official action will be ta- j available and fully confiden-; j ken. 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