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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, April 2B, 1973 THf LETHBRIDGl HERALD 3 Crowsnest Pass News WUSS? Glenda Chamberlin named by 'Pass figure skaters BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Mrs. H. Glenda Chamberlin of Coleman is the new pres- ident of the Crowsnest Pass Figure Skating Club. Elected to assist Mrs. Cham- berlin in her duties are vice- president Mrs. Alice Van Wyk of Bellevue; secretary Florie MacLeod of Coleman; and treasurer Dolores Kautz of Hill- crest. The club's phoning commit- tee is headed by Mrs. Joan Olynyk of Coleman. Edith Zak of Blairmore was named test chairman for the season. Eleanor Duncan of Coleman will be the club's arena board member. Dust probe under way in 'Pass problem area BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore council has learn- ed that six dust fall and two high volume monitoring sta- tions have been set up in areas of town whare dust problems have been noticed. The stations, set up by staff from the pollution control divi- sion, department of environ- ment, will prove conclusively the need for remedial action at the source of the dust problem, councillors stated. Study will be conducted by council as to the need of obtaining an auxiliary water supply for the town. This mat- ter will be taken up with offi- cials of the department of en- vironment. Coleman Volunteer Fire Bri- gade was granted permission to conduct a canvass in town May 11 to raise funds to fight muscular dystrophy. Council authorized grants to the Canadian Cancer Society and Canadian National In- stitute for the Blind. A membership was taken in the recently organized Crows nest Citizen Tourist Associa tion. Council adopted a bylaw pro- viding for revision of rates to be charged domestic customers of ths town-owned electrica" distribution system. Safety patrol A safety patrol program was instituted in Fort Macleod recently. The project was spearheaded by the Rotary Club. It received total co-operation from the Alberta Motor Association, the RCMP and the school officials. The year six students patrol the two way couplet and the street between on 4thnd 5th avenues. Patrolmen Shaun Patience, left, and Kevin Szol signal nursery school students John Beste, Julie Davis and, holding his hat, Stephen Kvame. Hildreth heads Carmangay curlers Blairmore, Coleman Elks chieftains May 26 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) _ May 26 is the date, set by the Blairmore and Coleman Elks lodges, for a joint installa- tion of officers to head Elks lodges. The women of the Royal Pur- ple lodges of Blairmore and Ccleman will assist district deputy Ron Collings of Cole- conduct the installation. Ledges from the entire dis- trict will be invited to attend the event. It will get under way a; p.m. A buffet style supper is be- ing planned and an evening of dancing will follow with music being provided by Aldos Or- chestra. Bingo Sunday aids lodge COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) St. Joseph the Worker Council, Knights of Columbus, is spon- soring a bingo in the Crows- nest Consolidated High School auditorium Sunday evening, April 29, at 8 o'clock. Knights are sponsoring the event to raise funds for a sub- stantial donation to the senior citizens lodge and nursing home now under construction. It is expected to be open early this fall. Grand Knight Ernie Fantin says half of the proceeds will be donated to the senior citi- zens complex and the remain- der will be used for prizes and expenses incurred. St. Paul's supper May 5 COLEMAN (CNP 3ev. Bob Smith of Crowsnest Pass United churches has an- nounced the annual anniver- sary supper for St. Paul's Uni- ted Church, Coleman, will be held at 6 p.m, Saturday, May 5, in the Unittd Church club- rooms. Following supper a program will be held in the school au- ditorium at o'clock. It will feature the Km'elson Family Gospel Singers of Coal- dak. Rev. Albert Baldeo of Coal- dale will speak. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Yemen Decoux, Resident Rep.. Blairmere Phone 562-2149 CARMANGAY (HNS) Nor- man Hildreth was elected pres- ident of the Carmangay Curl- ing Club at the recent annual meeting. Barry McFarland is vice- president arid Ron Svanes is secretary treasurer. New directors are Wayne Shearer, George Johnson, Don Audi and Del Olson. Retiring president Arnold Shuroaker conducted the meet- ing and presented ribbons and trophies to the Billy Moore rink, winners of the season's square draw. Rev. Molir of Bible Society to speak May 2 at Carmangay CARMANGAY (HNS) The AngDcan Guild met at the home of Mrs. Ena Nielson when plans were made for the spring Anglican Church Women's Deanery meeting to be held May 2. The service will be held at Emmanuel Anglican Church at 11 a.m. to be followed by a luncheon and meeting in the United Church Hall. The speaker will be Eev. Randolph R. Mohr, district sec- retary of the Canadiau Bible Society. He will show a film. Parking area involves 100 ratepayers The Lethbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area BARNWEU WAITER GR1GOR 223-8121 BARONS NORMA MYSON BIACK1E MRS. JIM MONTGOMERY 684-33W BOW ISLAND MRS. O. ROBERTSON MRS. AtlCE SCHAUFHE 545-2127 CARDSTON MRS. NORMA CARMANGAY MRS. A. T. SHUMAKER 643-2129 Contact these people for yoor District News or Classified Advertising CRANBROOK (S p e c i a 1) A scaled-down parking area by- law to approve a ex- >enditure for the land parcel jounded by North Baker Lane, Cranbrook St., North 1st St., and llth Ave. conies up for special area ratepayer vote May IS, with about 100 prop- erty-owners eligible to vote. Except for the Baker-lst St. clothing shop the block is the property of Cranbrook Foundry Ltd., operated by Eric MacKin- ion. son of the business founder jin early 1900s. The corner shop would not be included in the purchase. Vote is limited to ratepayers between Van Home and Ave. on Baker St., to its south lane, and north to 1st St. on the Van Horne-Cranbrook St link, the north to 2nd SL on the Cranbrook-Kootenay St. link. New Democrats nominate Maksylewich V CRANBROOK (Special Okansgan NDP As- sociation at convention at Ver- non has again nominated Peter Mifeytewich, Vernon contrac- tor, as their candidate for any federal ejection. He was a strong contender, in Ihc Oct. 30 election won nar- rowly by Liberal! Douglas Stew- art Everyone is welcome to at- tend and learn of the work of the Bible society. Following the regular meet- ing the hymn books for the church were repaired and work was completed on two quilts for welfare. Mrs. Eric Collier reported sending two "sunshine cards." Mrs. Allan McLean served lunch. More district on page 15 Curling with Moore were Cathy and Don Auch and Del Olson. Following the meeting and a banquet served by the United Church Women a dance was en- joyed at the Carmangay Com- munity Centre. Censors' rating wanted on books, magazines IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Iron Springs Home and School Association discussed various forms of censorship re- cently and decided ratings on movie films should be left as they are but that restricted movies should not be shown on effect to cwlro! the books to children. Tire availability of funds for early childhood education was discussed, including the func- tioning and funding of kinder- garten programs. It was also felt that there is a sale of program. It took the form of 8 panel discussion. television. (need for assitance for hsndi- It was also felt that a panel caoped children. of censors should be appointed to scan books and magazines. Printed matter should be rated with restrictions put into Travelling libraries, librari- ans, counsellors and therapists should be available to smaller communities. Mrs. A. Sauer convened the Carmangay Cour'Iesy bus takes oldtimers to Coaldalc Carmangay _Courtesy Bus is do-1 Shortly after this group ar ing a fine job. The Little Bow Community Club used it to go to Coaldale and arrived back home just in time for the Ldcuettes to get on board and travel to Leth- bridge for a supper meeting with the Lethbridge Lionettes. Twelve members of the Little Bow Community Club and bus driver Mrs. Charlene Brown rode on the bus to Coaldale for a visit to the Sunrise Ranch. The group was shown through the ranch and enjoyed seeing the large greenhouses which grow many of the Easter lilies sold in our local stores. They also toured the cheese factory at Coaldale. On their homeward trip they made a short detour off the to drive through Keho Lake Park as many had never seen it and others had not been there for some time. KLIP AND KURL SALON MILK RIVER, ALTA. will present a WIG SALE TUESDAY, MAY 1, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Featuring Wigs by KRiSTA Heat resistant 1 yr. guarantee Trade-ins accepted COFFEE SERVED1 rived back in Carmangay, 10 Lionettes boarded the bus and headed back to Lethbridge with Lionette Judy Hildreth driving. They were met at Sven Erick- sen's Family Restaurant by members of the Lethbridge Lionsttes. The city group ar.d the small town group found they share many of the same problems in raising money to finance their projects. Many ideas were exchanged between the two clubs. Topics under discussion in- cluded early childhood educa- tion, school councils and censor- ship. Resource people were Oscar Sadum, regional officer for the department of education, Elton Tann, president of the South Childhood Education and Mrs. E. G. Sorgard. The consensus was that school councils should include the principal as chairman and other appointed teacher repre- sentation, with parent and stu- dent representatives elected. While it was suggested that such a council have power to deal with problems within the school it was also suggested that it have a master plan in order to function in a satis- factory manner. EAST AFRICA from Choose from 14 Safari holi- days amidst Africa's unique wildlife reserves and tropical beaches. Year-round weekly Jet departures. For free color brochure contact: NILESTAR TOURS 106A-709 Duntmuir, Van. B.C. Res. 224-0087 DAYS LEFT NOTICE We have moved our Wheel Alignment and Balancing to the corner of 3rd Ave. and 12th St. A South. (Across from the Scout Hall.) For the best in Aligning and Balancing stop and sea us. We handle all foreign cars. DUDLEY'S CUSTOM SHOP 1279 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-0237 STOP MIDNIGHT OIL ON YOUR INCOME TAX This year-get smartl Don't bum the midnight oil, worrying with tax figurw. COMPLETE Why not let BLOCK fig. BETIRNS lire your return quickly, dependably end insure you of maximum benefits? Drop in todayl You'll flfad we got together. We guarantee accurate I If make any errors 0UAIANTEE eort you 815 3rd AVE. SO. 314 13th ST. NO. OPEN 9 A.M. 9 P.M. WEEKDAYS, 9 5 SAT. PH. 327-3712 OPEN SATURDAY NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Water, sewer progressing COALHURST A plebiscite will be held from 30 a.m. to 8 p.m. May 3 in (the Coalhurst Legion Hall to deter- mine whether Use p-rorJctory electors of the Jiamtet v.-ish the of a sewer system sw? upgraded water system at Coalirarst. WE'RI SIRIOUS WE'RE SERIOUS .WE'RE SERIOUS WE'RE SERIOUS .WE'RE SERK3US WE'RE SERIOUS Ul o iy 4rO in LU tft D O S III ui ae g ct: UI HI K UJ YOU CAN BELIEVE TRUCKS 1966 !HC F-1800 Tandem New 20 ft. box and hoist Was BELIEVE IT......... '7495 1962 IHC DCF405 4-14 trans. 250 Cum- nvngs. najorcd. Wos BEUEVE IT at Ul ui ec 1967 IHC VF190 5sh wheel, new paint, air brakes. Was BEUEVE IT J6150 '4950 1967 IHC VF220 5th wheel, oir brakes. BEUEVE IT......... 1961 IHC BC174 Grain box end heiil. BEUEVE >T 53495 CARS 1971 VOLKSWAGEN 411 4 dr. 4 speed trans. Radio. Premium ontf. Wai BELIEVE IT 1971 MAZDA 4 dr.. auto, trans. Was EELIEVE ii '2095 1970 TOYOTA TRUCK with CAMPER 4 speed trans. Wos BELIEVE IT.......... 1965 METEOR 4 dr. sedan. V-B auto. Was BELIEVE IT '500 TRAVELALLS 1971 V345 ENGINE Auto, trans., K, PB, Buckets. Was BEUEVE IT........ 1967 6 CYL, 3 SPEED Was BEUEVE IT LIGHT DUTY TRUCKS g 1969 IHC V-8, AUTOMATIC Woi BEUEVE IT 1965 IHC 4x4, V8. 4 speed, new paint. Was BEUEVE IT 1966 IHC 1100 VS. 4 toted BEUEVE IT.......... '1845 '1495 '999 1965 IHC 1100 6 cylinder, 3 speed Was BELIEVE IT.......... '750 i- SK i S2" a 304 STAFFORD DRIVE PHONE 327-3125 rr. to tn rn m WE'RE SERJOUS PC SERfCUS WE'RE SERIOUS WE'RE SERIOUS ;