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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Ftbruory 12, THf WKBftlDGE HIKMD 3 to the hospital. left: Mrs. EitKori Veldkamp, presidenf; secretary; Mrs. David Goerlien, treasurer; and hospital administrator Frank F Wiens. It will buy equipment to test blood and an office machine. AID HOSPITAL-Cooldole Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary members present 7V7 f tiff III to the Fiom Richori Veldkamp, presidenf; Mrs. Fronk F. Wiens, Ifl'W'I'II'O Blairmore's goal Pass words Car bodies BLAIBMORE (CNP Bureau) At a meeting of Blairmore town council recently Mayor George Wait brought up the matter of old car bodies creat- ing disposal problems in town. He felt that a small fee should be added to car licenses and the money used by the government to dispose of aban- doned cars and car bodies. Town office BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore town council's proposed plans for a new town office building and library were discussed with a local contrac- tor. Council hopes the building can be constructed this year. The present building has been in use on the main street for the past 60 years. The new structure would be one block north of the main street behind the Federal Build- ing and east of the town's pre- sent workshop. Discuss road BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Charles Drain was asked by town council recently Groundwater elected by scouters PINCHER CREEK (Special' The Grizzly District councj. of the Boy Scouts of Canada re- cently elected Chris Ground water of Pincher Creek presi dent. Dr. John Baum is vice-presi dent; Charles Celsimr, secre- tary; Mrs. Dolores Robertson treasurer; and Mrs. Margare Lunn, public relations. Each group committee is t select two of its members to be on the council. A meeting of the past execi tive and the new one will be held Monday, Feb. 15, at p.m. at the home of Mrs. Flor, Mickels at Blairmore. The first Thursday of th month was set for the meetin night for the Grizzly district. j> take up the matter of widen- ng Highway 3 between Blair- iore and Coleman and con- tracting proper approaches to w highway in the vicinity of ic newly built Crowsnest High School. The entrance and exit road tr le school creates a hazard, ouncUlors said. Club meets BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Fern Paquette, president of he Foothills Chapter of the In- ustrial Management Club of Canada, announced a meeting f the group will be held in the 3incher Creek Legion Hall at :45 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18. Dave Hembling, director of the Preventive Social Service at Pincher Creek, will speak on luman relations. All members are urged to at- end. Vejprava BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Tony Vejprava rink comprising Amelio Gia comuzzi, Emiaerson Brown and G. Dirk, took first place in the Blah-more Elks and OORP bonspiel held to the local arena. They won the Beebe Trophy Runner up in the first even! was the Clay Giffis rink cord- prising Lill Kemp, Joe Bodio and Janet Giflis. Second event winner was tht Alex WeUs rink including Dora Kroli, Del Hereford and G Michalski and runners-up were Arthur Decoux, Vi GUlis, Sieve Gresl and H. Gresl. A social evening and dance followed in the Elks Hall. Four teen rinks took part in the spiel. Taber firemen win TABER A tele gram from the office of Al berta's fire commissioner Aus tin E. Bridges announce Taber again placed first in Al berta in the National Fire Pre- vention Association's compet tion for Municipal Class (towns under population) Mr. Bridges also advised tha Taber had placed 18th in th Canadian national ratings, an third in Class E Canada-wide. OK requisition BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore town council has p p r o v e d the recreation ward's requisition in the mount of The court of revision was set or March 22. Win trophies CARDSTON (HNS) Two iders from Cardston brought trophies from the Shrine International North American THE PINCHER CREEK SNOWMOBILE CLUB PRESENTS Snowmobile Racing A NON-SANCTIONED EVENT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13th ONE MILE WEST OF COWLEY, ALBERTA REGISTRATION: 9 A.M. TO 11 A.M. RACING 12 NOON Alt CLASSES TROPHIES IN AIL EVENTS JUNIORS POWDERPUFF CONCESSION BOOTH BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) I The present water main is I'nderwood McLellan and' made of wood staves and has Associates, engineers, met with i developed enough leaks to war- Blaiimore' council to discuss j rant replacement, several proposed projects for! A hard surfacing program i 1971, including the laying of a for the entire town was also complete new water main along the main street from the chlorination plant at the far west end of town to the ex- treme east end of the street. Seeks COALDA1E (HNS) The Coaldale Community Hospital discussed and establishment of! COALDALE The Barons- priorities for doing certain ka Heahh sponsor- infant and studied M0re the following Charles Drain, MLA. was j ore-school clinics: asked by council to take up j Tuesday, Feb several matters pertaining to I the projects with the depart- i 16, in the school from 1 to S ment of highways. Since the! p.m. town will have to replace thej water mains the entire length I TABER: Tuesday I'eb of the main street (Highway 3) in HcaM, Lmt Omce m th. grant of from the Town of Coaldale. It is needed for 1971 operations. Roundup of District News Snowmobile Races held at We- askiwin. Don Leavitt and Marvin Lea- vitt gained entry to the win- ners1 circle. Two other riders from Card- ston also entered, Chester Aid- ridge and Donald Palmer. There were spectators. 70 off sewer TABER (HNS) Town coun- cil has directed activity be re- sumed to get all town dwellings connected to the sewer system. It was reported that 70 places are not now served. George Wait, vrrant Hall thanked BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Crowsnest Pass recrea. board recently voted thanks to Mayor George Wail of Blairmore and Grant Hall or their work over the pasl hree years with the board. Both men have retired from the board. Three new members, Joe Jodio of Blairmore, Dr. Victor Martinez of Coleman and How- ard Bennett of Bellevue made heir appearance at a recen recreation board meeting. A further inspection will be made by the town superinten- dent and sanitation inspector James W. McQuillan of Leth- bridge. Under existing town regula- tions the town has the power to complete the installations. Purchase grader TABER (HNS) Taber MD council has approved the pur- chase of a new Champion mo- tor grader complete with v- plow and wing for snow re- moval, from Ferguson Supply he Company of Calgary. The net price, considering the trade-in of a similar and older unit, was The ac- cepted bid was lowest of four received. The council also considered bids on a portable gravel stack- er which would be used to pile crushed gravel directly from the crusher. Purchase was de- ferred. Tenders are being called for the supply of gallons gasoline and gallons of diesel fuel for the year com- mencing April 1. 1C 1IU1U1 autvi _ r..- pavement will have to be Administration Buildmg, from up and the possibility of 110 a.m. to 12 noon and to government financial assis-1 4 p.m. tance will be investigated. j Feb. 16, is Since State St. (immediately schoo'i from to north of the main street and parallel to it) is used most fre- quently as a detour highway in times of need, financial assis- 18, in the health unit office (up- tance to pave this street will stairs in the Town Office Build- also be sought from the depart- ment. p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Feb. Heart fund blitz set COALDALE (HNS) The Heart Fund blitz will take ilace here Monday, Feb. 15, sponsored by the St. Ambrose Catholic Women's League for the Alberta Heart Foundation. Mrs. Theresa King is the con- Fire protection area organized by MD TABER (HNS) Fire Pro- tection Area No. 2 was offi- cially set up recently by the MD council here, acting on a petition presented on behalf of a majority of the ratepayers in the Enchant area. Boundaries of the area were established, comprising about 25 per cent of the acreage in the MD north of the Oldman River. No action will be taken on a request from the new organiza- tion to purchase the old fire truck owned by the MD and stationed at Taber, until the new truck, now on order and expected hi a month's tune, is received. Areas remaining in the MD ot served by local fire protec- on services are districts around Vauxhall and Hays, though the latter has received some service from the PFRA unit stationed at Hays. It is ow being phased out. Attempts had been made by le town of Vauxhall to set up Credit Union declares dividend RAYMOND (HNS) The Raymond Community Savings and Credit Union Ltd. declared a per cent dividend to all shareholders and a 10 per cent refund on interest at the an- nual meeting. The 29th annual meeting was held at the Raymond United Church with the women of the church catering the dinner. The union has a membership of 137 with shares totalling 641. During 1970, 40 loans were made to members for a total of The bulk of the money loaned was for the purchasing of new cars. Home improvements are shown as the second highest figure on the financial sheet. The financial working report was presented in full by sec- retary-treasurer C. 0. Nalder. Mr. Nalder has held the same position since 1964. He was re- appointed for the coming year. Goerge A. Thomson was elected president for 1971; Owen Witbeck is vice-presi- dent. The board of directors: Rus- sell Court, Dean F. Heggie and Sway Nishimura. Elected as the supervising committee: M. A. Tollestrup Lowell Court and Bert Kormas The board of directors ap- pointed J. H. Linitski, Glen Bullock and Jack Nishiyama as members of the credit commit tee. Home of tine Brazier foodt T Dairii Queen brazier o-1. of. ft. Both Locations: NORTH SOUTH 2 DAYS ONLY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL! brazier DOG AND SHAKE (CHOICE of FLAVORS) SALE! an area there to be served in conjunction with the town's fire department. No positive action has been te'-n by the ratepay- ers concerned. The area south of the river and including some land north of the river comprises Fire Protection Area No. 1 and is serviced by the Town of Taber. ing) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Feb. 12 in the health unit office (in the Administration Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. HARDIEYILLE: F r i d a 7. Feb. 19, in the school from to p.m. Miss Elizabeth Bartman, dis- trict home economist, depart- ment of agriculture, will be available for homemaker coun- selling at the Coaldale clinic Thursday, Feb. 18. MOWERS and TILLERS FROM MOTOR MOWER 817 3rd AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 327-2669 NORTH STORE CftlITU CTrtDC MM DRIVE s MJUIn JlUKt PHONE 327.6440 GreatM YOU'RE CRYING' GETS MY EYES.' GEf THflT SUMSET! WATCH THE BRLL, ARNOLD A likely story! But what else can you expect from that crazy cast of characters on our label. They can change the shape of Alberta's great history but they'll never change the tasto of Alberta's great beer. Lethbridge Pilsner: as real and rugged as our pioneer tradition. Famous for good old-fashioned flavour. And it s been that way for nearly half a century. So enjoy your own Great Moments with Alberta's original Pilsner. Call for Lethbridge Pil! TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDGE ;