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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta April 29, 1972 THE LETHBRIOGE HESAID 27 C.Vanbrook closed after check CUAN'IiliOOK (Special) rrmsuUant, CHURCH CRUMBLES St. Michael's Reman Catholic Church at Natal giv to the wrecking crew. It demolished under the urban renewal scheme. SSMJ -kited UngiiKjeving Sur-' vkT.s Ltd., has stuimetl the ice- spoi't huffs iti it.s report on the 2-1 year old Cranbrook Mem- orial Arena. Assigned In assess (he fat'il- itv. AKS cliuck resulted in ils ilosLt-c as failing to meet Ca- nadian Building Code stand- aid in relation to its truss (oistructlon roof surface. The? Cranbvook Gyro Clul> j parked the financial drive to- word Ibis, memorial after llic So OIK! World War. continued use had bi'cn planned this summer for I lie annual figure skating intl children's hockey schools. As one1 of the few public mat- te s emerging from council-ill- commitU't! to open council meetings, prelimimiry C r a n- brook Projects Society propos- tls for a new year round i, iliiKMil Park recreation cen- tre include one or more rinks in addition to auditorium, con Shower held TURIN A shower was held in the Turin School auditorium recently to honor Mrs. Dave Hcrard (nee .lean- nette Miss Snsan Wilson was charge of (he guest hook. Miss Laurie Johnson was in charge of the tahlecluth which each guest signed. Assisting the gue.sl of honor at the gift table were tier sis- Mrs. J. War nock introduced ter, Miss Dorothy Cliapimm, the program, II included ballet and cousins Miss Kalhy Wilson! if) "'_ _ _ _ i ___r Gordon Lucliia elected minor league til os hy Gail and Lori Trofun- til ko; as'.ci a vocal solo by Miss DcnLse accompanied on tho piano hy mother, Mrs. J. ilaminon. School bu.s service ends at Pinches- NOI5LKFORD (Special) county Little League, although The North County Minor Buse- i no more than three M-year-olds 1 hall Association Jickl its i c or- j can play on one team at any f panizalioiKil meeting at ihr> rc-lonn time. creation office at Picture Buttc ninc-run rub v.ill con i recently. jjnui_, VULCAN Nineteen women j Elected to position of were present for the monthly j !eaRUC (.overnor was (iordnn meeting of tlie LvangclicaL Wo-[ [jUChia of NobldonL men's Missionary Society. Barry JU'iicr rf Iron Springs Is Tlie Little Lca.uic repix1- Kenlativcs prf-sc-m from Mon- arch, Nn'uleiord, Picture BuUe. Ircui and Turin. and Misses Linda and Carol Volviu. 'Jesus calls' The meeting opened by sing- ing In the Service of the King. and Make Me a Channel of Ulessing. Mrs. Dolores Raltn in prayer. Tiilie Hartimg in charfi? of i j PINCHKR CREEK Special) the devotional spoke on "Jesus lujju. ft is hoped Barons ami C'nal- j I Ulrst will also be able to field Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL As part of their efforts to reduce expenditures trustees of the Pinehei school divi- sion decided that, in view of the fact that the department of It Calls.'1 Hclanda H a r I u n g led the group In prayer time. Hilda Mnnton and Lillian teams in the league. The first games arc sched- tiled for May at 7 p.m. The meeting decuied to leave Harking gave reports of the an- the ape limits of this league as built by volunteer labor unch'r Father Brophy years ago. The cated three miles west of Natal. church If. lo- Lalko Photo i Club has oplcc nut, other site in mind. venlion and meeting space at a j education gives no support for nui.1 convention which they al-i they are Those reaching their j verv tentatively estimated S2 transportation within the town, tended in Calgary in March. 1 nth birthday after Jan. 1 will i million The Cr'anbrook Curling I the service will be discontinued i Vera Haitum; sang Jesus continue to be eligible to play June 1. Calls Us. Anyone having any questions i A routine business Oaresholm mill rale takes leap is followed. Mombers pimsoreci the complex will re-! advised to contact a trustee or j roll call by bringing dish cloths [quire major city financing. It j the divisional office._________! for the missionary barrel.____ unlikely any ratepayer vote Tliougli Projects S o c i ety-! about this proposed change is j followed. Member; sponsored, the complex will re-; advised to contact a trustee or j roll call by bringing Little League ball in the north mooting i-------- answered I ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Ave. S. Phono 328-54'17 CLAHKSHOLM i HNS -1 The estimated revenue from Town council lias set the mill the tax lovy for the current under while recreation I ready before December. General municipal costs will be i requirement for this could be costs will take almost rate for the current year's I year is in e'xcess of taxes at up five from last Kduuation co.sls tolal about of Ihe lotnl. year's rale. The budget provides for a IJehentnre debt surplus of account for just under'SBO.OOO. I cost of and a new well I tnbution system report hy AL. at the airport al a cost of from i iu "to start as soon a Meanwhile the non sporting u..... t ratepayers u'onder if proposals Council lias approved the pur- for action on a secure and ado- chase of a new fire truck at a I quale water supply and dis- rek COALDALK rilNSl The an-' north of (he TRAY-PAK MEATS LTD. 238 12th St. C. North Lerhbndge Phone 328-7132 Announcing are new undyr New atd Ownership! We specialize in: COMMERCIAL and PORTION CUTTING if HOME FREEZER ORDERS "We will be happy fo cut our metit to ihe customers speci- Ff cat fans." We like to ex lend a personol in viral ion ro our many friends nnd customers lo come in and see us For I lie fines) menls at the moil reasonable prices, STEVE MiKLQS and GRANT JACKSON PROPRIETORS (o DM. Council also decided to up- prale water facilities at the port estimated first phase of iiual Kin-Trek anil Barbecue j Picture Butte roail. will be held Sunday. Way 7. i Proceeds will go towards tb.e is still under council-1 ]t js sponsored by tlie Coal-; Sportsplex. Kinsmen Rodeo committee study. Tbe re- j [jaie Kinsmen Club. grounds and other coinmtuuly I I'lcreaitn INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH airport to facilitate tlie instailn- i Ibis, urgently required, at S2.25 j I( hc a 10'mllc hlkc from lion of a sprinkler system for million for a population toward Conldale to the Nolan Bridge. which the city is rolling. Registrations begin at 11 a.m. projects. Sponsor forms are at mast Coaldale? business and i schools, For her safety and comfcrt Lenses Only half the weight on her preitylitlle nose. Shatterproof lor maximum protection. aasinst eye injury. protective lenses are Law in some countries advisable everywhere! Available in all prescriptions. Specializing in llie fitHng of Eye i Doctor's prescriptions Sunglnsses O Chilrfren'i Mngnifltri 6 Repairs O Reusonahle Pjicei B Sportplex furnished hv civic COALDALK fl-INS) The Spnrlsplex iiall was a bcc'bive of recently as furnishings installcrl by community groups. SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Conslruction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702-327-3610 4 Boards Of Governors And Seriates Alb- mo n r c f Nominal bc.cLt'iroi University of Alberto University of Calgary Universily of Lethbridge Unlvorsilies Commission also nominolions for porsonr, fo serve on the senate of ihe nijove universities. ons should provide porlinnnf informalion concf'rning ti.- jnr) anrt qualificorions. Nominalori sfioulcj include their on Nominations shooid be forwnrded by May 15, 1972, !o: Tho Choirmon Alberta Universilies Commission 202 The Sir John Franklin 11111 87 Avonuo Edmonton, Albcrln T6G 0X9 men i from organ- involve tl in the giving j and receiving were cotincillnr I Willitim Martens, member on i Ihe Co tint 5P of Lethbridge south- ern regional recreation board; Fire Chief George King of the Coaldale Volunteer Fire De- parUnent; Ben Reimcr, vice pi-osidont of (hc Ccnldale men Club; Douglas Campbell, a director of the Coalciale, Tem- pest, Wing, Beet Growers As- sociation; Gclderi, rec- reation director whobc depart- ment i.s m cliiii'ge of the facil- ities. A sfove for the kitchen is now a fund raising project by var- ions women's groups in Ihe L'ommmuly. 1'ainting of tlic- hall nnd kit- clien lias het'ii recently corn- plu'.'M from funds fhrmigli tho TCI. i of Cniilihtlc's federal guv- (jrnnicni incentive program. It was repni'twl the facililirs are bookori for a wide variety of func-lidiis Scouts. Tubs, organization- al .iiul and HELP FURNISH SPORTSPLEX Coaldale Sporlplex boosfing cilizens; from lcftr Councillor William Marlens; Fire Chief George King; Ben ReEmer, vice-presidont of ihe Coaldale Kinsmen Club; Douglas Campbell, direclor, Cool- dote, Tempest, Wing Beet Growers' Association; end W. D. Golcfert, recreolion director, Letbbridge Counfy 26 soutli region. These men and their organizations are right be- hind Ihe effort to furnish the town's sporls centre. "THE UNICORN" (FORMERLY JOHN'S ANTIQUE SHOP) STOCK REDUCTION ANTIQUES AND COLLECTORS ITEMS May 1st at 7.00 p.m. al Ilie HUSLBURT AUCTION WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Avenuo South, Lelhbiidge Items may bo viewed Sunday, April 30 2 lo '1 p m, and Ail Day Monday FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Hurlburf Auction Service Ltd. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S., Lothbridge AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Licence 41 Liccnsn 458 rj n n a t e d 20 1 tables, eacii for six or eight people; Kinsmen donated 7f> chnirs; Kinsmen also donated square feet ol floor lilc; beet donated a 23-cnbic foot fridge. 24 speeders TAHEH (UN'S) -Most of 'be convictions: in March magis- trate's court involved 35 infrac- tions of the Highway Traffic Aci. offences tolallet! The nil'? convictions tinder (hc Criminal Code inclwlcrl five of possession of stolen property by as many youths froii; Sic-rl- Icinc Hat. Police chief Conlo'i li. Hacking rcporled to council senleiues fines of S2fi0 a jail sentence of Iwo months, anil a l.Vmontli susponciccl sentence. NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Industrial Anything Mode of fron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Lauds C at loads Truck Srules Magnet Crnnti Servlto National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rtl Street Norlh Phone 328-1721 "Scrap is Our Business" QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD 8 IB. (NORMAL GARMENTSI PRE-SPOTTED AND AFTER-SPOTTED BY OUR ATTENDANT FAST SERVICE -USUAUY I'.j HOURS -NO MEED TO WAIT LEAVE YOUR IOAO WITH US -WE'! I DO IT FOR YOU AND HANG IT UP -CAU BACK IATER INDIVIDUALITY YOUR LOAD IS DONE IN ITS OWN DRY CLEANER Parkside Coin-Op Laundry Dry Clean Ltd. FIRST IN IETHBRIDGE WITH COIN-OP DRY CLEANING 2634 South Parkside Drive For Futlhc o.nv Inlormcilion Phono 327-0811 WEEKDAYS 8 :00 am JOE IRENE ANDERSON SH Six miles of Port Mciclcod Aucfion on Highway No. 2 'Carchton mile west, then ft mile south. MAY 3rd TE3MS CASH P.M. LUNCH AVAIIABU fRACTOii-TRUCK 95 Super witr-, cab, r.c-.-.' rncr lires, comlholt, ilulch, reor exit nnd bearings. Ovpr has been on Inis froclor in 1lie Ias1 ycur to puf jt in A-l tondirion, fec-.cy 1C qo in li.e 1950 Chcv lv.-0-ton truck. .'.O.OCO COT- box, Ll.xk E'.rrlknf rubber HAYING, HARVESTING AND SPRAYSNG EQUIPMENT 16 fl. F 30 E'-vnf u-r vvilh CI3-1- VG-C" swxithcr ]HC Nc self blric, power slpcring witli 9 pitUp; 'l 0 (I. IhiC pickup, ft. AC sice d'ii'.cry rck', JD No. 5 F'lO IS (iroin r.tfjtr Bricicl arid -Station moicr; spiuyer, 160 gcjl. .'0 fl. beam, pornp TILLAGE AMD SEEDING EQUIPMENT 13 If. G.-cl-cm Hor.me 1? r'. wico levr! a.bc hydraulic romi 1? ft JD c-cifr, SCO ).atf.', ccnlro drive nnd rub'orr tirer: 10 ft. Oli-Jrr tondr-m n'i't; 12 ft, JD f.'.ocjci 153 rjril' 7 ind- r'. dimin-'l bnr- MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT JD R nianurr> 55 KEN HURLBURT liccnn 27J HAVE MeNAd 670 ;