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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Sulphur, jju jplant ready WINS HUMANE MEDAL Nick Feko, Taber district farmer, will receive the Bronze Medal of The Royal Canadian Humane Association at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 4, 1972 at Government House Edmonton. April 25 he saved pilot Fred Traydt of Vegreville and passengers Mrs. Rose Metz of Taber and Mrs. Gertrude firman of Enchant from a burn- ing light plane. The plane above, failed to clear a row of trees in south Taber during takeoff. Lieutenant-Governor Grant MacEwan will make the presentation. Ross Gibb Photo. Maeralh Lions take aelion PIN'CIIEll CREEK (Special) The Ralph M. Parsons Com- pany Ltd. has completed its multi-trillion dollar contract of electing a second su'pimr and gi> cycling plant for Shell Can- d 11 Ltd. in this area. Recently Khell took over con- trol cf Ihe new section, just wc't of (lie first plant. Dis- manllir." and cleaii-np of the Testing has been carried cut IKH plant for several weeks. '1 employees are taking f, m'liarizat'on Iriiiiilng in new incorporated in the new plant. Nine seek public office at Spanvood SPARWOOD (HNS) Al Ihe close of nominalions, nine can- didates had filed nomination: papers. Only one nomination was filed for school bca'-il he H-as named Iruslce bv ac- clammalion. Mr. Moorman will replace Mrs. Dora Ungaro who did not contest the seat. Only two of the retiring alder- men hare decided lo contest Ihe election. Douglas Lowe, a member of council since Spar- wood became incorporated wilh, and Alex Walker, a member of council for threo years. Siro Cimolini decided not to run for election. Others in the contest are An- Ihony DeLuca, Robert Swaney, Frank Falrclough, Harry Eb- e.rfs. Joyce Yaiirion, Andrew Krall and Mary Latka. Seeks hearing on. pollution CKAKBROOK (SpcciaD- Still determined lo have some authority over standards of its land, water and air, the Re- gional District of Hast Kop- tenay board is also uncertain Wednesday, 8, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Edge Molir named mayor ramim Coutts CWL CCUTTS (IINS) The an- nual Christmas meeting of tile Coutts CWL was held at Ihe home of Mrs. Dclwin Gaits with Mrs. Jim Blackmer as co-iios- less. There were 17 members and j two-year term of office. Bailey, and Denise Hammoi.. Rev. S'diuster present. i The poll will be opened al Ihe' This will mark Mrs. C. (Glo- It was decided to donate a i Suarwood Civic Building, Dee., rial Miller's 10th year as lead- Spreaders install slate IRON SPRINGS (UN'S) The Iron Springs Sprcadc-rs CGIT group held its installation of officers, an initi- ation service, and a lanyard .'rcmony recenlly. President Denise Ilnmmcn and her executive for live com- ing year were installed. Nine new members were initiated in a ceremony which was attend- ed by 40 people. if it can be heard at Hi? March 21 interior parley of briefs bv II lio- provincial rc-Hu-: Control of GJ Most briefs HIT oxpi't'focl (o ccmc from (he interior's imijor industries, mining, woods, inanufacUiring and w- rcalion. KDEK budgeted Sin.flUO for pollution control v.'ork for and has consultants, II o u' c v e r "Icchnical" brii'f, cfis! Ih'ce lo fivi professional efi. could GIIANUM (HNS) Edge 2Uohr named mayor of Grcnnnn ,'it (he meeting of Imvit council. The position ua.s vacant bc- c.'iiise of (lie death of Mayor Terry Cairns. Couneil was left with one va- cancy. Mrs. Dorothy Weerstra filial Ibis position by acclama- tinn. Unlh Wcorslra and Mr. Mohr will be sworn in at (ho. ive lime? this j next meeting. A dr.pi amsiuif. J will also be elecled. Definition of u determine wheliivr the IT- will be prepared. Only other PCB hearing will be at Van- mayor Lanyards were presented lo Janet Papworth, Cindy MuN j All the three seats are for a ray, Irene Caruso, Bonnie MAGRATH i nursing home and lodge tofioUi- rs diaper bag to the New Year's baby born in the Border Coun- ties Hospital. Milk Jiiver. Father Schuslcr informed the group that there will hs Midnight Mass on Christmas U between the hours of of tho group. a.m. and p.m HOSPITAL NOBLEFOKD (HNS) Mrs. kobella Sloller is a patient in This year, for the first time, the area involved has ex- pandcd wilh the results that girls are coming from Sundial. Turin, Iron Springs, and Pic- Lions, chamber of commerce and town council representa- tives met at the civic court- room to continue discussion of a senior citizens' unii for nurs- ing home, lodge and auxiliary hospital. H. C. Poulsen told the assem- bly Mr. Orisiuk. executive di- rector of Alberta Housing and Credit, had been here recently and suggested application For Mr. Poulsen, Lions president, said the club is eager to have a worthwhile project and feels this would be an excellent one with the wrhole community in- volved. "If the people of these dis- tricts would support us the way they have co-operated to raise fimds for the school band we _____ 30-bed units as combined j can do something to help our Anne Campbell Singers at Coaldalc delight COALDALE (IINS) The ly staged at the Kate Andrews High School. The 300 people in attendance thoroughly enjoyed the per- formance of Christmas music. Mrs. Anne Campbell was the director. i Guest artist was violinist STIRLING (HNS) Stirling Miss Valorie Horvalh of Lelh- Singing Tree Performance for '71 hy the well-known Anne Camphell Singers and the Teen Clefs of Lethbridge was recent- Lake Laker Basketball Club defeated Fort Madcod Flyers 47-27. Stirling aces were Brian Pe- terson, J2 points, and Marty Hirschc, 12 points, with Len Zotcman netting VI. for the Fly- ers. In the pruliminary C-tcain games Stirling won wilh a score of 45-2B. High scorers were Laker Rick Schafert. 11 points, and Flyer fid Krcpinak, 8 points. bridge. Several girls from (he Coal- dale area are members of the choirs. Mrs. Robert Harrison was the local co-ordinator and ar- ranged the performance. COMMON DISEASE Venereal disease now chal- senior citizens. They want a, hcme right here where friends j and relatives can visit them! he said. "The size of this project is i not too big for the Lions when f V we consider what other dubs have dene for their senior citi-j zens ill housing and recrea- tion." Harold Boucher, president ofj the chamber of commerce, said funds are available from Cen- tral Housing and Mortgage. gj "We need a senior citizens' home with nursing available. Many here would enter if one was established." j Dr. K. M. Dahl represented j town council and said a nursing home could be provided by the government if need is proven His committee of Cal Alston. Gerald Leishman and Swen Jensen is interested in gelling names cf all those who would be eligible for a senior citizens' unit or intcresid in seeing one built here. Dr. Dahl suggested the most j economical location would he j adjacent to ;hc Magrath Muni-' cipal Hospital as the staff could work in rJl areas of active hos- pital, auxiliary hospital nursing home. Laundry, kitchen and clean ing facilities could also be com- bined. "Our (own is too small lo j prove need for a 50-bcd nurs-' the Picture Buiie Hospital. I ture Butte to participate. DROP OUT TO THE SHAUGHNES! iY IOTEL (tICENSED PREMISES) 3 Miles from Loth bridge on Highway 25 Quiet Atmosphere. Music as you it on records. 21 FT. SKUFH.EBOARD lOc A GAAAE ROOMS VERY REASONABLE lenges meusles as the most! ing home or senioi citizens' common contagious illness in j home or auxiliary hospital but Britain. we have need fcr all.'' nothing else thai will give su pleasure the year 'round and espec that gift is a gift of quality from Capita Is The Time To SPLURGE fi ON SOMETHING WONDERFUL FOR THE HOME i WHY NOT A Christmas! WESTINGHOUSE DISHWASHER? EDUCATIONISTS Dr. T. C. Byrne, president of the Athabaska University at St. Albeit; L C. Halmrast of Lethbridge, former minister of welfare; ond Dr. H. S. Baker, former dean of the faculty of education at the University of Calgary ond now working in advanced projects at Edmonton, gather al a recent meeting of the S. James United Church As One That Serves Men's Club at Edmonton. ROYAL TRUST CO. Phone 328-5516 PiCTURE BUTTE BRICK BUNGALOW For family living enjoy small lown life in this well maintained 3 bedroom home new W-W in living room. Latyu rumpus roa'n. Storage and bathroom in basement. L o v r I y yard and garden area. Sinaje garage. Many extras included in full price of with down paymenl as low os Elizabeth Dykstra 328-5928 John Pcnner 328-6523 Petr-r Carroll 327-4859 Strlla Grismer 327-5656 13th anniversary roU'JTS i IINS) Tbe ron- KiTgntion of Ihe United Church rocenlly observed Ihe I nih anniversary of the dcdica- j lion of Ihe church. j "While pifts" were prohonlcd by Ihe (Sunday school children. Tlioso will hp sent to the Rolbnny Home for Children, Wclaskiwin. The children took jiarl in the service hy reading Hev. (irahnni Dickie, on he- haif of iho conpiTf'alion, pro- srntcd the organist, Mrs. II. Haeko, with a now revised Hymn Rook. A pol-luck followship ilinniT rfi i-i rcc I hall lolltm'iiiK MTVUT. 1 Dad deserves the luxury of having his own personal Kroehler chair. Give him one that is designed with a perfectly pitched back ond seat to give restful comfort. 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