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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DISTRICT Meet-the-cabinet dinner set for Taber Sept. 17 Thieves busy on take motor truck mON SPRINGS Recently a mini bike was stolen from the Adrian Vander Linden residence while the family was at Park Lake. Earlier this summer a truck belonging to Haney Farms Ltd. was stolen from the Vander Linden residence one Sunday morning. All the members of the Van- der Linden with the ex- ception of one were at church. Afraid to go outside she watched from inside the house as a number of started the truck without the key.' She telephoned Ann' Haney for help. Mrs. accompanied by her son went in search of the stopping them east of Picture Butte. After getting them to stop she ordered them to get out of the truck and they readily com- piled with her command and the truck was returned. TABER A meel- the-cabinet dinner will be held at the Taber Community Cen- tre auditorium at 7 p.m. Mon- Sept. on the eve of the full cabinet meeting at Leth- bridge. An advance sale of tickets is being arranged by the local chamber of the sponsor. Twelve cabinet ministers will be present for the meal. Premier Peter Lougheed will join the gathering about 8 p.m. following his attendance at a similar meeting at Pincher Creek earlier in the evening. The ministers are expected Tenders close Sept. 6 for Bellevue services By VERN DECOUX I Crowsnesl Pass Bursau BELLEVUE Tenders for the installation of a complete sewer system and all new wa- ter lines here will be opened in the village office at 2 Sept. 6. I The project calls for the in-. stallation of lineal feet nf eight to 10-inch sanitary sewer I main and lin- eal feet of water main replace- ment and extensions to replace the old wooden water 6.0CO feet of force main and a sewage lagoon plant. Engineering firm is j Lamb and Nelson Ltd. i The village began inviting tenders Aug. 20 and to date eight firms havs signified in- terest in the project. 100 attend Blair more family farewell party BLAIR-MORE and Mrs. John Albizzati of Blairmore were honored at a recent farewell party in the Elks Hall when more than 100 of their friends gathered Mr. and Mrs. Albizzati and seven children will be leaving Blairmore in mid-September to live at Edmonton. Chairman of the Eric called on the couple and on behalf of the Blairmore Ro- man Catholic Parish Blairmore Credit and Savings Knights of Crowsnest Pass Golf and Coun- try Club and friends in the dis- Coininiinity liall payment near PINCHER CREEK The Pincher Creek Commu- nity Hall board is moving clos- er to an early mortgage burning ceremony The new hall is used for many functions. The recent beer festival saw a capacity crowd of 850 people in attendance. Recently Wayne Pinkney. president of the local Kinsmen presented Joe hall board with a cheque from the club for It will go towards amor- tizing the lhaill debt. trict. presented the couple with a purse of a set of golt I clubs and a set of plaques. Mr. Albizzati worked as a secretary for a local lumber company for many years and later became secretary of the Crowsnest Pass school division. He recently left this position to accept a staff position at Phillips Cables Ltd. He has been transferred to Edmonton to take over duties as office manager. It is expected that work on the systems will begin Sept. with the project to be completed in 1974. The system will provide 800 including busi- nesses. The project is the result of a ministerial order from Robert N. director of the divi- sion of poDution control. The a water quali- ty control was issued un- der the Clean Water de- partment of gov- ernment of Alberta. A letter from T. Higo. munici- pal engineering pollu- tion control advised that with a population of was the only village in the province of this size that does not have sewer facilities. The letter also indiclted that a number of outhouses are still being used as well as septic tanks Wash and other water was being thrown outside into ditches and eventually finding its way to the Crowsnest River. A number of outside wells are still in use as well as wooden water mains on the towns wa- ter system. hospital Cost of the new Fernie facility is an estimated provided for un- j der a town building by- law. i Fernie hospital needs funds The Fernie Memorial Hospi- tal board needs an additional for more equipment for the new Fernie hospital now under construction at Fernie. The Fernie board has request- ed the Regional District of East Kootenay to share in provid- ing this The RDEK re- cently referred the request to its finance committee. The Fernie board reports it can spend approved under the building 000 on fixed also under the raised through local donations. The RDEK comprises the East Kootenay Regional Hospi- tal District Board. Its share of the additional equipment funds needed is Nearly all of the old equip- ment from the present Fernie hospital is obsolete. Drought has little effect on Foremost flower show STAN PEARSON Senior citizens' Pincher Creek walk scheduled FOREMOST De-' spite adverse growing condi- j tions in the Foremost area dur-1 ing the past few months. Nelson j president of the Leth-1 bridge Horticultural j found much to praise among entries in the recent fourth an- nual Foremost Flower Show. Grand Aggregate Trophy went to Foremost gardener Edward Walsh as top showman of the day. He was closely challenged by last year's winner Emil La- qua and by Mrs. Anna Willi- ams. Mr. a horticulturist from. and Airs. Joyce Ervin of Lethbridge. were judges for the competition that attracted more than 150 entries in 27 flower and vegetable classes from 23 local exhibitors. Prizes were awarded to 20 different entrants. For the first time this year there was a vegetable sculp- ture division for the children. Mr. Sullivan amazed his audi- ence with an exhibition of new vegetable varieties wfnich he is currently testing for various or- ganizations. All were quick ma- turing varieties well suited to local gubwing in- cluding cucumbers and tomatoes. Mrs. Ervin gave a demon- stration of flower arranging. The flower show was spon- sored by the Foremost Legion Ladies Auxiliary. PINCHER CREEK an endeavor to achieve its goal of acquiring a drop-in- a senior citizen's organ- ization here has announced it will stage a walk-a-thon Sept. 9. The event will get under way at noon. Participants are invited to join the other residents in this walk for funds. Pledge sheets may be picked up at either R. J. Graham's or Tex's barber shops. Shoiver held t tyt Claresholm CLARESHOLM Miss Carol district home economist here for about two was honored at a re- cent shower in the banquet room of the Clarcsholm United Church. Miss Aschim has left for her home in Prince Sask. Mrs. Dave Petersen and Mrs. M. Slovak welcomed a large number of guests. I native gets i promotion PINCHER CREEK I native of the S. G. i B. has bsen j promoted to vice-president of Gulf Oil Canada Limited. He is I responsible for the company's exploration and productions op- erations. Mr. Pearson graduated with a B.Sc. in Geology in 1941. He i saw active service in j Italy and the Netherlands dur- j ing the Second World War. I He first joined Gulf in 1945 at whidh he worked with seismic and as well site geolo- gist on the Pincher Creek No. 1 wildcat the discovery of the Pincher Creek gas field. Mr. Pearson has been explor- ation general mana- ger of production and in assumed the newly-created po- sition of miner- al development. In August 1968 he was moved to Eng- land as manager of Explora- for the Eastern Hemi- sphere section of the company. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Resident Blairmore Phone 562-2149 winners in the 1973 Foremost Flower Show were as 3 one color Ed Henny Haugen 3 assorted col- ors Ed M Agnes 1 spike Palli Van Slaal- Emil Ed Walsh 3 one color Emil Laqua Ed Jerry Staaldume. 3 assorted colors Emil Ed Anna Willi- ams. Sweet 3 one color Mary Anna Ellen Burns. Sweet 3 asserted colors Card Gert Agnss Kelly. 3 one color Emil Ed Mary Dixson 3 assorted colors Emil Mary Ed Walsh. 3 one color Anna Ed Delores Hoogen. 3 assorted colors Anna Lil Emil Lsqua. i dwarf De- lores Ed Emil La- qua. i giant Vi Ml Emil Anna 6 blooms Clara Cover- Helme Emil Laqua. blooms single Emil Clara Rina Slovel i blocms double Gert Helen Ed Walsh 4 single ruffled Henny Emil Anna Williams. 3 blooms one color Ed Emil Laqua. 3 one color Ed Emil Laqua. 3 asserted colors Ed Walsh. Roses Ed Bea Swanson. Mixeda rrangerrent of any two or more mixed flowers Ed An- na Emil Laqua. Mixed any flowers Anna Ed Mary Dix- sc-n. Arrangement of any one of the fea- tured flowers Patti Van Ed Emil Laqua. Special arrangement of any flower eight inches high Emil Ed Helme Brown. Vegetable 8 varieties Ed Patti Van Staalduine. Vegetable -I root vege- tables Path Van Rina Bill Webb. Vegetable t vine vege- tables Rina Bill Webb. Vegetable Sculpture Debbie Wil- Kelly Patti Van Staalduine. Taber riding clinic planned TABER Taber Rop- ing and Riding Club is sponsor- ing Taber's fourth annual rid- ing clinic beginning Friday at 7.30 p.m. Tyith films in the Tab- er Community Centre. Training sessions at the local rodeo grounds commence at 10 and at 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Sunday with a problem clinic at l p.m. Sunday. The clinic will ffccommodatc 40 riders and horses. Fees are per horse. Instructor is Pal Wise of Con- under the Monte to arrive here by about p.m. They will be available af- ter six o'clock for private or group interviews. A short meeting is being ar- ranged in the Blue Room for members of town and MD councillors and chamber direc- tors for discussion of matters of joint interest. Preceding the dinner will be a cocktail hour beginning at p.m. Premier Lougheed will ad- dress the meeting after dinner. Those having briefs to pres- ent should advise the chamber secretary Ross along with a copy of the by Friday Sept. 14. Radio-TV Ltd. 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