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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ffldoy, Februory t, 197J THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 COWLEY BATTLES SNOW Sub-iero temperatures and mountains of snow are making winter of Cowley a day-lo-day balllc. The village lias been plugged so badly with snow thol vehicles cannot enter from Ihe main highway. In addition, dozens of cars have been stranded along the highway at various limes recently. Motorisls un- oble lo make if through are given shelter m Cowley homes. "When this snow itarls melNng we'll be in deep one Cowley residenl said. A. Wcckcs Photos. Passlwords Mrs. Fabro re-elected BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau Mrs. Anna Fabro recenll; was re-elected librarian of Ihi Blairmorc Public Library. Returned to office were Mrs Helen Gibos, secretary, and Mrs. Mary Price, treasurer. The bank balance is A total of was spent on Hie purchase of adult and ju- nior books. There are about books on the shelves and an addi ional 200 books, including adult fiction and non-fiction, have been purchased. The library now has 60 adult and 64 junior members. Members borrowed jooks during 10 months of. op- eration. When the library Is re- located in July in the new (own office complex, now under con- itruction, library facilities will be extended to Tuesday eve- nings from 6 lo 8 p.m. and Fridays from to K p.m. Acknowledge m c n t s of do- nations have been extended to he Blairmore Elks, OORP, Blairmoro Lions, Town of Macleod wins FORT MACLEOD The Fort Macleod girls hockey team played their first hockey game and came up with a itrong showing. Their opponents were YWCA girls from Letbbridgc. The final score was 4-3 for the Macleod girls. Fort Macleod opened the scoring Brenda Tillslcy from Susan Bourassa. LeLhbridge tied it up and Macleod went ahead on a goal iv Rhonda Kellington. Macleod's third goal was by Dianue O'.SuHivan rom Susan Bourassa and Boti- ic Ilobinson. Brenda Tillslcy cored the final goal. The girls surprised the hoc- ley fans by showing some good kating and general knowledge f the game of. hockey. t Blajrmorc ;ind tlie provincial government. Librarian Mrs. Fabro cxlcpd- cd tlisnks to assistant workers Mrs. II. Chamberlain and Mrs. G. Fauville and to volunteer workers Mary Tiberg, Alicia Eriksson, Nora McKay, Dot Morgan, Margie Marcofc, Mrs. Gihnar, Betty Walmsley, Jean McKay, Kalliy Price and Car- mella Polinelli. LIONS AID BAND Picture Dulle tionj president Alex Chronik presents to school principal George Hanna, right. Picluro Butle lions donated S500 a year ago to get tho bond started. It now lias 101 mem- bers. 5. P. Photo COALDALE (HNS) Tlie Barons-Eureka Health Unit sponsoring the following infant and pre-schoo] clinics: HAYS: Tuesday. Feb. 8, In the school from 1 to 3 p.m. PICTURE SUITE: Tuesday, "eb. 8, in the Library Build- ing, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tjesday, Feb. 8, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 0 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. jVOBLEFOMD: Wednesday, 'eb. 9, in the school from o p.m. VAUXHALL: Wed DBS day, "eb. S, in the elementary ichool from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday. Feb. 0. in the Health Unit Office in he Town Office Building, from 0 a.m. to 12 noon and to 1 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Feb. 10. in Ihc Health Unit Office in he Administration Building, rom 10 a.m. to 12 noon and :30 to 4 p.m. EIIAUGIINESSY: Friday, 'eb. 11, in the school from o 3-30 p.m. Fluoride tablets are avail- able at all clinics free of. charge. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- and Taber 223-3911. Dr. R. C. Palmer, med- cat officer of health, urges iarents to avail themselves of he services of the health unit tlie fight against communi- -able disease. Dief coming 1IANNA Supporters of flic Progressive Consen alive party and member of Parliament Jack Uonier in this part of Crowfoot constituency are re- minded of the fund raising din- ner to be held in (he Brooks Elks Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 15 at 6 p.m. Guest speaker will be the Rt. Hon. John G. Diefenbaker. Reservations at S25 per plate ore expected lo be in demand, 3.5 Hie date fnr the function draws nearer fn Manna [hoy may be ob tamed at Bill Cross Men's Shop or may also obtained by contacting Jack Horner. Budgets NANTON School trustees were happy lo accept an offer from the Town of Fort Macleod (o sell tliem some land behind the W. A. Djy School lor a price of one dollar, to be used for school playgrounds. A motion was passed to pur- chase stage lights for the Wil- low Creek Composite High School in Clarcsholm at s cost or from Lethbridgc Elec- tric. The lights will have a dimmer contol with 14 200-wall The board has designated S140.000 (or new construction at Nanton in 1972 Plan Paris trip HANNA Mrs. Shirley ChoElncr's French 20 and French 30 classes in the Delia Higli School organized "Bonjour Paris'' in Seplcmbcr 1971 for the purpose of arranging and financing a (rip lo Paris in Uie summer of 1972. What was a dream in Sop- terrrber is. in January approach- ing reality Funds fcvc been raised by the students in vari- ous ways: a bottle drive, a tea, a Ulent show, raffles, an old time dance and booth conces- sions. Organizations and pri- vatc individuals have made or promised cash donations, and fund raising projects are planned for Ihe months ahead. The group will leave for rlon July 26. spend 14 days in Paris attending French classes, sightseeing, and return from London Aug. 14. Clippers win CLAHESIIOLM The Clip- pers travelled lo Standoff re- cently and emerged victors hy an rt-h score over the Kainai j Chiefs. Brian Thompson was the big j gun willi five coals. Clarence. Lonihrijn, fiarrv Eskelancl and Lyle jlolheisser each scored once. Thompson, Eskolaiid and Mark Shearer picked up two assists each and and Huglric MacOdrun: one each. Impaired PLXCIIER CREEK Mem- bers of the P i n c h c r Creel; Royal Canadian Mounted Po- lice force were an oppor- tunity lo initiate their new "breathalyzer" equipment this week. Upon encountering a male driving a vehicle in ;ui etTatic manner, two officer? insisted the detachment office and the dcalchmcnt office and subject himself to a test on the new blood alcohol content met- er. Tlie first gentle puff on the plastic tube attached lu the de- vice sent the needle spiralling past the .03 per cent level which is generally accepted as nn- Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (fVlULTILUX) painiicnt for a motor vehicle operator, and lie was duly charged under the Criminal Code of' Canada with Ihc of- fence. loc-al law enforce- ment officers found it neces- sary to convey suspects to the Blairmore police detachment, where Uie closest breathalyzer machine was located. Const. Dan Berry and Const. Gene Kowalczyk administered (he firfl official examination 'if Ihc alcohol roiilrnl. Tabio tennis NOBLEFORD iSpcciall A Inblc tennis rlub has been fonder] iTCrr. v.'ili lake place at p.m. Wednesdays in the Art Ronni of Noble Centra] School. Elected president was Karl vice-president. Les Sjo- Eren; secretary (reasurer. Aillnn A nominal membership fee ol ?1 was tcl. Late FebnKiO' or early March is chosen the time for ?n open tourna- ment. .New mcml.K'1's are wel- come. NEW HELP FOR YOUR ACHES AND PAINS Would you like to rid your- self of ".minor" aches and pains without resorting to pillsl It's possible thanks to a new exercise propram featured in February Hea- der's Digest! Dei-eloped by a leading orthopedic surgeon, the program consists of G basic exercises, designed to correct the primary cause of. m.Tiiy aches and pains poor posture, riesulfs are possible in only a few weeks. So find out how to relieve yourself of tension and free yourself of pain.'Rend ORTHOTHERAPY- NEW HELP rOK YOUR ACHES AND PAINS in February Reader's Digest, Get your copy today! UNION OFFICERS Elected at the recent meeting of the Picture Bultc Sugar Makers' Labor Union were, from left, president Zolten Sabo; vice president Edward Wojlowicz; recording secretary Kenneth Allen; and secretary-treasurer Wayne Gibb. P. Jolinson Photo Claresholm eyes its drive-in area CLARESHOLM Lawrence Smith, planner, Oldman Direr Regional Planning, Commission, Logging in January CRANBROOK (Special 1 B.C. Forest Son-ice sawlog scale for Uie Nelson Forest Dis- trict, covering both East and West Kootcnay, shows a slow start lliis year. January tally was fl.072.158 ciihic feet compared lo S70 cxihic feet for tlie same month in 1H7I. Spruce continued species leader at citliie feol but dropped nearly 1.7 million feet. Balsam ;il IJffi.fViO ferl. in second plnco anrl phoweil a slight comparative increase-, vliile lodEcpole pine was third ppmos at feet, steep- ly down. Linenlly scaled minor prod- poles and piles, slood nt 22.MO fort compared with 1M.- !V27 feel lasl January. Mine tini- Ixrs tripled lo fed. was in allcndoncc at tlie rocenl council niccling lo discuss areas allocated for fulurc de- velopment in Ihc General Plan for Ihe of Olnresholni. The rcfMirt indicntes tlie area norlli of 571 li Avr. west and the. theatre is inml siiifahle, for development due lo its location and heinc adjacent to the existing mobile h 03710 sile and in close proximity to Uie elementary and liigb schools. Moved hy Mayor Ernie Pal- lerson that Underwood. NfcLel- lan and Associates, in co-opera- tion wiUi the Oldman River Re- gional Planning Commission, be requested lo re-examine the economics of extending flic mo- bile home site north of 5711) Ave. In include Block Plan 147N anrl that the report conlain comments en thr feasibility of sellinq Iot5 lo II nmvod by Councillor Wannamaker that thr ment of Hlocks Plan JJ7N. Rlock 60-71. Plan M7N and Blocks 4W5 Iw proceeded with as soon as possible. Moved by Mayor Patterson that the necessary procedures lie implemented for expropria- tion of lllork 70 and 71 pro- ceeded Wcslcru Design i lo supervise jfim complex NATAL (HNS1 District o[ bpanvood councU has given provisional approval lo a con- tract engaging Western Design Associates Lid., to handle the i cmislriirtion inansRcmeijI for Ihc rccrcalion complex at Spar- wood. T. Mmsick, acl- viwd council lie is returning Victoria for the silling of Uie assembly, fn his letr ter Mr. Nimsick offered his ser- vices lo council Council in- slmcted the municipal clerk to write lo Mr. Nimsick soliciting liis aid in obtaining grants for the proposed recreation com- plcv. Council also instructed the municipal clerk1 lo for similar assistance from IIJ3 Doug Slew-art. Lenriec EngineerinR ii prc- pareH lo po ahead Kith the pro- posed Motor Hold. A completion dale is anlicipaled rViunri] iv.ceirrt] t.lw leller and tabled it pending a study of the contract under which the firm undertook to develop HID faci- lity. At (lie request of tho Spar- wood .Senior Citizens Society s second council representative for Ihc society was named. Aid, Anlhtuiy DcLuc.i, SIDORSKY'S MOBILE INVITES YOU TO JOIN US AT A SPECIAL FACTORY CLEARANCE SAL TOUR of SAFEWAY SHELTERS in GARESHOLM SUNDAY, Feb SPECIAL WINTER BONUS PRICES ON ALL 1971 AND 1972 MODELS Drive up and join us for dinner at Howley's Grill in Claresholm or come with us on our chartered bus, leaving our lot at 542 13th St. North Lethbridge, at a.m. Sunday, February 6th. Lunch served courtesy of Sidorsky's Mobile Homes Ltd. THIS SERVICE IS COMPLETELY FREE! (NO OOtlGATION WHATSOEVER) Avoid disappointment and phone us early for your reservation.' Call Ernie, Karl, or Tom nt NOW. Sorry, due to limited space we can take adults only "Call Sulorsky's and Call Your Homo Your Own" ;