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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ottawa refuses LIP plan PINCHER CREEK The Town of Pincher Creek has had its local initiatives program grant application refused. The sum of was sought for civic beautification such as grassing areas around the tennis courts and Lions' Little League ball the RCMP Centen- nial Park and painting of Crestview lodge. Council has instructed the secretary to appeal the refusal. The town stands firm with its policy of not permitting used buildings to be moved into town. Stan Parker wanted to purchase lots in the eastern part of town for the purpose of moving in housing units and establishing four bachelor duplexes. In other Coun. Francis Sprge reported tha tthe provincial government has recently announced an Alberta municipal waterworks assistance program to aid municipalities enlarging or increasing their water supply. Council discussed methods of increasing the town's water supply. The demand for more water is becoming evident. i rib bEinortiwuc I UeCtniDW 1973 15 Recreation centre opens Taber Pensioners' Association president Ed Hemple snips a ribborj to open the Taber senior The South in short A thletes get games medals Sports shop opens COWLEY The grand opening of Cowley Sports and Auto Supplies took place recently with W. T. Smith officially cutting the ribbon on behalf of the Cowley village council. This is an ultra-modern shop for sales and repairs for local sports and automative fans as well as model builders. Collin Smyth is the John parts manager and sales with Shirley Smyth also associated in the business. DEL BONITA Thirty-five Del Bonita athletes were honored with medals at the recent annual banquet and recognition night for Southern Alberta Summer Games participants here. President Terry Helgeson was master of ceremonies and Jim director of the Southern Alberta Summer Games in spoke. At the banquet Mavis Jessie Barbara Linda Barbara Janet Ray Joe Fritz and Joe Gruninger all received awards for track and field per- formances. In horseshoe events Faron Kenny Gerry Henry and fourteen others received awards. Del Jones and Bernie Powlesland received trophies in the local horseshoe leagues with Bernie Powlesland being the player. Joe Gruninger won the Del Bonita General Store Trophy for the most Saturday night wins and Stan Weiss for the most 293 In the boy's section Faron Jones and Ronnie Smathers won with Faron Jones having the most 85. Shirley Gruninger and Carolyn Mehew were first in the women's division with Pat Graveland the most improved player. Margaret Robinson and Lena Henry tied for the most 144 each. In the girl's Eileen Juhasz and Carrie Bowen came in first with Doreen Jones leading for ringers with 52 Agriculture field man quits PINCHER CREEK Heinz field man for the agricultural service board of the Pincher Creek recently resigned He will leave soon to join the department of agriculture in the research field. Council will accept applications for this vacancy until Dec 11. Area woman marks 90 years CLARESHOLM Salomina Koehler of a resident of the Porcupine Hills recently celebrated her 90th birthday. She has lived in the Claresholm and Stavely areas for more than 66 years. A birthday party was held by members of the family in the North Peace Luthern Hall. Present were two sons and their four daughters and' one 12 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Hear more clearly without irritating background noise. Zenith's new Directional Hearing Aid. If you find that much of the sound you hear is irritating then our new Directional hearing the could be just right for you. This comfortable aid brings you clear. rich sound at a pleasant level as it softens and reduces harsh unwanted background noise from the side and rear. Come in for a demonstration of the or any other aid from Zenith's line of more than 20 quality aids at no cost or obligation Batteries for all makes of hearing ards The quality goes in before trie name goes on LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Helping the hard of hearing since 1943 Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 328-4080 715 4th Avenue S. 327-2272 ffeporfyour news to. The Lethbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON .....................................792-4449 PINCHER CREEK MRS. EP LUNN .....................................627-3257 RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOLF ................................752-3054 MASINASIN MRS. FRED MUELLER...............................M7-2463 SHAUQHNESSY MRS. ALICE E. WADE ...............................327-M61 SPRING COULEE MRS.HONHANSEN .................................75I-6M2 STAVELY MRS. VIOLET CLANCY Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising New chairman Thomas J. new chairman of the Taber School Division 6 receives the gavel from retiring chairman Heber I. Anderson of Barnwell. Mr. Parkinson was elected to the board in 1966 as the represent- ative of subdivision Vauxhall. Red Cross gets award PINCHER CREEK The annual meeting of the Pincher Creek and district branch of the Canadian Red Cross Society received an the certificate for the recent cam- paign which netted Two blood donor clinics were held with the AARN in charge. A total of 351 pints was received. The women's work com- mittee returned 69 pieces of work to headquarters. Sick room supplies were loaned. One fire disaster was assisted with bedding. The same slate of officers will carry on for 1974. Officers arc C. C. Betty Brower. Mary and women's ursirlr fVtiirfrkvfl Keep Christ in Christmas Inserted by ot Columbus Storage Sale Take McLean Moving Ltd. 640 6th St. Alberta Under the Warehouseman's Lien Act The Following Goods Mrs. Delia Dorsey Lot number Red F 1 bedroom chesterfield and K table and 4 roll leather coffee table and end cartons of personal foot stool and wicker chair. Mrs. Diane Skretting Lot number Orange P Wringer bedroom dining room floor plastic bags of suit K table and cartons of personal and household effects. Sale Will be Held at Hurlburt Auction Service Ltd. 1920-2nd A ve. South DECEMBER at p.m. Senior citizens open new recreation centre TABER Taber Pensioners Association presi- dent Edward J. Hemple recently snipped the red ribbon to officially open Parkside the new senior citizens' recreation centre here. More than 100 including 35 from the Picture Butte senior citizens group and some from were on hand for the auspicious occasion which was conducted by.the recrea- tion committee president Mary Cavelle. Commendation to the com- mittee on its resourcefulness in providing for its own social and recreational needs was expressed by member of Herald- District Nelson forests yield w reaches record high citizens' recreation Parkside Manor. Holding the silk are Alt and Peter Lindquist. CRANBROOK The Nelson Forest District sawlog jcale for its score of public forests in East and Gas plan creates job PINCHER CREEi The new provin- cial program to bring natural gas to more rural residents has created a new position on the Pincher Creek MD staff Harold a veteran of 22 years service in oil and gas well geology and further experience at Shell Canada Ltd will be the utilities officer for the municipality. After being accepted for the Mr. Shenton took a training program at Edmon- ton This was to familiarize him with all aspects of naturalT gas. from gas wells to the burnt product from customers' appliances. All natural gas distribution systems must be done in an organized and orderly manner and must meet all re- quirements as set out by the pipeline the gas protec- tion act and the energy resources conservation board. He will assist in setting up natural gas co-operatives for rural residents The Summerview a few miles northeast of Pincher looks to be the first such co-operative formed in the MD. Lodge gives to fund COLEMAN Caroline honored royal lady of the Coleman Order of the Royal recently presented to the Dr Emil Aiello Memorial Fund here on behalf of the lodge. The money will be used to buy furniture for the new senior citizens' complex here. West Krotenay tallied 979 cubic feet in November. Spruce was the top species at over nine lodgepole pine doubled to over four million compared to last and hemlock and fir all doubled their scales. Tally for last November was cubic feet. With only one month to go for 1973 so far the scale has reached a new peak of cubic feet com- pared with cubic feet for the comparable period of 1972 which established the all-time high. The market and prices for lumber remain and the new 50 new red bulkhead rail freight cars for international shipment assigned by the CPR for major East Kootenay producers and put in service the last week in November are swarming like ants in area railway yards. they carry feet board measure packaged in standard plastic parcel lots for easy loading and unloading at with designation Parliament Bert Hargrave and MLA Douglas Miller. Congratulations were also offered by hospital board chairman Thomas H. Pioneer Club president Mrs. Sylvia Taber Mayor Arthur H. MD Reeve Clarence M and group representatives from Picture Butte and Vauxhall who are contemplating a similar un- dertaking. Unable to be Mrs. Thelma Scrambler of Edmon- director of the New Horizons program which assisted in the sent special greetings by telegram. Refreshments served at the official opening continued through the afternoon. Visitors were shown the facilities of the centre which will be the focal point for recreation for the older folk each afternoon and evening as required. Members of the board introduced at the opening were Alfred Sloane and Peter first and second vice-presidents who assisted in the John third vice- Mrs. Peggy direc- tors Robert Miss Sadie Mrs. Lillian Rev. J. C. Mrs. Myrtle Mrs. Lola Mrs. Haxel Mr Mrs. Muriel Mrs. Sylvia Mrs. Kate George Mrs Ida and Mrs Helen Wentz of town council. Rotary meal CLARESHOLM A dollar for members of the Claresholm Rotary Club was held recently. ftotarians provide their own food and the usual banquet money is sent to the Rotary Foundation to provide scholarships. Duda Co. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS wish to announce the opening of a branch office in TABER Room Boyle commencing December 1973. Office hours will be every Thursday from to a.m. and to p.m. For appointments please Taber 223-3882 Lethbridge 328-1741 ICK INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR BRICK FACING Choose from 6 brick colours and 2 fieldalone colours. As Low 88 PerCtn 8 .00 Per Lightweight Durable Fireproof Easy Application Create new beauty for your home fireplace walh Family room Any room in your home Drab Walls Disappear Forever ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. Your Pioneer Lumber Dealer Since 1 925 Cor. 2 Ave. and 13 St. Lethbridge Phone 328-3301 ;