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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ______ Wednesday, February 16, 1972 THE LETHBR1DGE HERAID Tanner bounces back MAGRATH (CP) E. P Tanner, whose election as mayor hi October was set aside last week by a district judge, look over the position Tuesday by acclamation. His name was the only one tiled during nominations for a March IS election. Mr. Tanner defeated incum- bent Swen Jensen by one vote in the election but a district court in Lethbridge declared it illegal because persons unqual- ified to vote had cast ballots. Baker looks for taps that drip District doings Hairstyling STIRLING (UN'S) Carol Adamson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Glen Adamson, and a 1971 graduate of Stirling High School, has won a pre-spring trail-styling contest. Her name will be published In four leading U.S. magazines. Miss Adamson has been ttudying at Mary's College of Beauty, Provo, Utah. By DELIA WOOLF Herald News Service RAYMOND Claude Baker is looking for taps that go drip, drip, drip. He was awarded the contract here to check all water outlets in town. He says taps that drip are iiard to find. Mr. Baker says taps that drip and other sources of domestic water waste are rare in private dwellings. CONSERVATION The mayor and council set up the program as a first step for water conservation. Raymond has long been known as a town which leads other towns with similar popu- lation for water use. The domestic as well as all water supply for the town comes from a storage reser- voir, treated at the filter plant, water is forced into the water lines by means of pumps. At the present time there are two highlift and two low-lift pumps in use; there are times when the pumps are hard- pressed to meet the demand. During the summer months when lawns and gardens are in full bloom there are times in some areas of town when the water pressure becomes dan- gerously low for fire fighting. As the spring and summer advances, with the need for more water supply, it may be necessary for the mayor and council to take other steps for water conservation. During the spring of 1971 a Moderator A. B. Moore group of properly owners or- ganized a private water system to bring water for lawns and gardens by a direct line from the canal. It has a private pumping system for the 10 shareholders Taking into consideration the cost, and the extra volume of water, those concerned in the project seem well pleased with the arrangement. There is some indication more property owners may be in- terested in making the same arrangements for the coming summer months. The water pro- ject is only a summer program. More than 123 boys involved Buck Geldert spurs hockey coming IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Iron Springs United Church] Women mot at the home of Mrs. W. Alexander with. 12 pres- ent. The worship service was con- ducted by Mrs. Olaf Mehlen. She chose as her theme 'God I Shows No Partiality." Her pro- gram centred on the African woman and her changing life and environment. It was decided the group will make a donation to the Cara- vans, a church oriented work group. Several members will attend the South Alberta Presbyterial to be held at McKillop United Church, Lelhbridge. United Church of Canada Moderator A. B. Moore will visit United churches in south- ern Alberta early in March. Plans were completed for the annual smorgasbord. It will be held in the basement of the Iron Springs United Church Sat- urday, Feb. 19, at p.m. and COALDALE (HNS) Wore than 123 boys are involved in minor hockey in the southern recreation region, reports W. D. (Buck.) Geldert, recrea- tion director. There are 11 coaches and 15 drivers volunteering their time. There are six teams, pee league, bantam teams, one juvenile and one midget team. Coalclale Bruins 9 to Netting two apiece for tha Hawks were Alvin Hubert, Robert Siebert, Siemens and Leslie Enns. Rodney Payne scored once. For the Rangers Barry Gra- For the Bruins John Rop beat the Sunnysidc-McNally Rangers 8 to 5. Scorers for the Hawks were Leslie Enns with 3; Robert Siemens and Robert Siebert each netted two; and Lee Neville, 1. ham made two goals and one each came from Derek Ken- nan, Chris Norton and Brian Bond. It was a tie game :i to 3 when made 3 goals, Cameron Camp- bell and Reinliold Rickert each scored Irank man had a single. Games are played on the out- j M c Nail y-Sunnyside door rink here and in schools met the Coaldale Red Wings. when weather conditions are! Scoring for the Rangers, one.......................... each, were Ken D e r k s c gjonai District of East Koole- ICS TO JOIN NATAL (HNS) The Re- Pass'words Miiiiii to adjudicate BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) pianist. She studied with Dr. -Blairmore Lions Club has aa- j Gladys McKelvie Egbert and in nounccd Miss Alexandra (San- [New York with Irani round- dra) Munn, LRSM, A. Mus., lien. She studied with G u i d o (Gold Medal, U of A) diplo-1 Agosti in Sienna, Italy fa he has performed as soloist with lands. feature foods of many STORES Tk huge purchasing power of Firestone saves you money again! Our chain of Stores add up to big-volume buying... and selling. When we buy big we can buy for less.-So you can too. Westinghouse big 20" picture now at a portable price! Get the big portable picture. And get it instantly with Westing- house's 'Instant On' convenience. Compare features and you II buy Westinahouse. Compare prices and you'll buy it at Firestone. Better hurry. Westinghouse quality at Firestone prices will mean e fast sell-out. Don't be disappointed. WESTINGHOUSE MODULAR STEREO A host of features in a beautiful, contemporary design. Slide rule dial. Unwavering FM reception. Jacks for phono, headphones and recording or playing with your tape recorder. Two 614" remote speakers for ideal stereo reception. A fabulous sound at a fabulous price. Now only 4129.95. LIMITED QUANTITY AT EACH STORE. SO SHOP EARLY! Corner 3rd Ave, and 8th St. 5. Phone 327-8548 PROF. MUNN ma, Juilliard School of Music, will adjudicate the Crowsnest Pass Music Festival March 20, 21, 22 and 23. Miss Munn is a Calgary-born western Canadian orchestras and was pianist with the Cal- iry Philharmonic for seven years. Miss Munn has toured west- ern Canada for Jeunesse Musi- calcs as accompanist and com- mentator. She taught at the Banff School of Fine Arts for many years as opera coach and later as musi- cal director of the musical the- atre division. In 1968 she was awarded a j Canada Council research grant j and to London, Vienna and Salzburg. As a conductor of the Richard i Eaton Singers, she toured Eng- j land in July 1970. Her interest in young musi- cians has sent her as adjudi- cator and examiner from Yel- low-knife, N.W.T., to Regina. She is associate professor in the department of music, Univer- sity of Alberta, where she has taught since 1962. She is chorus mistres-s of the Edmonton Opera Chorus. Motor hotel contract void NATAL (HNS) District of Sparwood council has terminat- ed the contract with Lenrice Engineering for development of a motor hotel on the lot be- tween the Greenwood Shop- ping Centre and the men's hos- tel. Under its terms Hie motor hotel should have been com- pleted by now. The land will he offered for development on a tender basis. The district's legal advisor draw up the tender specifi- cations. Council is also concerned with the lack of development on property behind the hostel which is controlled by Dawson Developments Limited. The time limit with this firm for development of 19 acres has ex- pired. Steps are being taken to terminate this contract. Underwood McLellan and As- sociates advised council the price quoted by B.C. Hydro for power service for the pump house and new water rescrvoir is reasonable. Council also accepted a price of for power services to the 14 new mobile home lots in lower Sparwood. necring firm retained bv coun- il. A letter was received from J. W. Davidson of Fernie who s offering his professional ser- ;ices as an appraisor and as- sessor on a contract basis. Council supported the resolu- tion of the Regional District of East Kootenay which opposes the proposed new hydro trans- mission line location between the Kimberley and Cranbrooi substations. The municipal office will be opening Saturday, Feb. 26, for the sale of 1972 motor vehicle licences, A loan authorization bylaw for improvements1 to the sewer system extension was approved by council. The bylaw author- izes the borrowing of amortized over a period of 25 years. Aid. Reg Taylor reported three Sparwood volunteer fire- men are taking a course in in- dustrial first-aid. Firemen will be asked to operate the ambu- lance service for Spanvood. The British Columbia Pollu- tion Control Branch asked per- mission to place an air pollu- tion sampling station on the roof of the new civic centre building in Sparwood. Council granted permission on the assumption Council decided to reserve 1 that they will not cause a noise one of the 14 new mobile home lots for the trailer of the engi- factor or cause harm to the roof. Scliool referendum set NATAL (HNS) The long- delayed referendum has been set by school board votes cast is required for ap proval by voters. The board feels that the ref crendum must be approved i: trustees of School District No. j it is kccp up wm, cducalioi 1.. (Fernie', for Fob. 2G voting i needs in the area. dav Included in the projects whicl i voters are being asked to ap John Patterson is returning j prove arc additional class officer. j rooms and facilities in almos A 60 pei' rent majority of i every school in the district. Church supper April 22 nil.KMAN K'Nl' Burr-mii lie held ill Ihn church club The of SI. Paul's United rooms Saturday, April 22. Church has announced (he j Hcv. Albert Baldeo, of Coal church anniversary supper will I dale United Church, will speak is spiel deadline Hl.AlHMOIvK (CNP Bureau) j tcri'slcd should phone Frank -..Deadline for entries to the VvsCj Mm.k Q.yschuk or Vcrn Blairmoie Elks' annual mixed honspic! is Iralay and Ihnso in- DCCOUJE. Students form new club NATAL (HNS) Grade 11 students from Ihe Sparwood Secondaiy School have organ- im! a dull for rcm'aliim and comnumily building activities for Iccn-afiers. Formation of the group re suited Iron; a recreation somin at Trail, H.C., in December Aboul 20 activities will lie I held between now end Easier. Open Dally 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.j Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to ;