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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Roundup of District News ITS Thurtday, February 1972 THE IETHBRIDCE HERAID 25 Eleanor Harkness to judge music Pilots to nieet CRANBROOK (Special) New East Kootcnay Canadian Operating Pilots Association Flight executive has 49 mem- bers and plans a meeting here March 18 and 10. Membership is slightly less than half the eligible persons, Ihose who have soloed a mini- mum once and and are mem- bers of the national associa- tion, j New members will be added at the meeting. Grows higher COALDALE (HNS) The town had been requisitioned by the Lethbridge Muni- cipal Hospital but it was not paid. A seven per cent interest over a period of 228 days amounted to S286. Tlie tolal payment will be! made shortly. vice-president of the Lethbridge Community College, will speak. Leighton Buckwell, MLA will be present. The pro-sessional meeting will be an opportunity for people to bring their requests to Mr. Buckwell before the session begins March 2. President of the association is Ernie Patterson of Clares- holm. grant MAGRATH Bud Olson, fed- eral minister of agriculture, has announced a local initiatives grant in UK amount of has been approved for Magrath. The money will be used to ex- tend the golf course and develop I the town park area. Fifteen new jobs will be cre- ated. Study complaints COALDALE (HNS) At a recent meeting of council, the newly imposed rate for water used over the minimum was discussed. Apparently some citizens are complaining. It was brought to light that up to 1905 ths rate was 60 cents per gallons for over-the- minimum amounts. It was drop- ped to 20 cents par gal- lons and now recently raised to SO cents ner gallons. This is stilt 10 cents tower than in 1965. general repairs sidewalks, streets and parks areas, public buildings and the swimming pool. CRANBROOK (Special) Adjudicators for the fifth an- nual Cranbrook Music Festival, March 20 to 24 inclusive, have been confirmed. I Vancouver will adjudicate pi- ano, vocal and choir competi- tion. Leona F. Patcrson of Mount Royal College staff will adju- __..... ..._u. iwjtu auui wiu auju- Eleanor Patch Harkness ofjdfcate the speech and drarria arts competitions, and C. How- ard Devike, AHCT of Victoria, the band competitions. Sponsor is the Cranbrook FraJernal Order of Eagles Aer- ie and its Ladies' Auxiliary. Chairman for arrangements is W. S. McCormack. Three secretaries are now ac- cepting entry form applications for this open festival, with Feb. 21 closing date for entry, after which a penalty applies. New water truck CLAKESHOLM Reeve 20 appeals set COALDALE (HNS) The j date for the court of reviision is March 8. About 20 appeals will be heard Serving on the court are local citizens Peter G. Martens and quested. Socreds meet FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Maclecd Social Credit Constituency Association will meet in the United Church Hall here Feb. 23. A banquet at 7 p.m. will pre- cede the meeting. Werner Schmidt, academic municipality pur- chasing a new water track for use of the municipality, towns of Stavely, G r a n u m and Claresholm. Martens. grant It is to be used for fire pur-1 COALDALE (HNS) The poses only by the Town of j town of Coaldale has received Cltresholm and not by the pub- word from the federal govern- lic works department. The town is to provide stor- age for the new unit with the existing unit to remain in its possession. ment of a focal incentives grant I for It will provide jobs for up to 16 pea-sons through Canada Manpower. Tile grant was al- Forget grudges, sore spots Isberg urges C of C men By JEAN SWIHART Herald News Service FORT MACLEOD Jim Isberg took over as president of the Fort Macleod and Dis- trict Chamber of Commerce re- cently. In addressing members he said: "With our centennial coming, we have to forget per- Barvirs mark anniversary in Ban-hill auditorium BARRHILL Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Barvir celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at Barrhill recently. The auditorium was dec- orated in mauve and yellow. County keeps tab on refuse COALDALE (HNS) Resi- dents are not supposed to haul their own refuse to the Coal- dale nuisance grounds, north of Ccaldale. Tile head table was centred by a bouquet of red roses with candles on either side. A wedding cake was dec- orated in mauve and yellow. The guest book was watched by Shirley and Brenda Lehto and 150 guests signed. j An evening of dancing was I enjoyed to the Lehto orchestra. Lunch followed. Seated at the head table were Jerry and Jennie Barvir and sonal grudges and sore spots from the past. "We must work as a strong, unified body and support every idea that will make our town and better. H anyone doesn't like what we're doing, I hope they will come to our meetings and tell us." Harry Taylor was Installed secretary, replacing Mrs. Mar- ni Goddard. She resigned for health reasons. MaMng centennial plans, Dr. John Walker said: "Why do we have to follow the calendar year? Why not proclaim the fall of 1973 to the fall of 1974 as our The North West Mounted Po- lice was formed in 1873 and arrived at Fort Macleod in Oc- tober. 1874. Dr. Walker's sug- gestion would cover both occa- sions. their children Allan, Gerald Mr. and Mrs. Terry, Linda, and Stewart; Frank Kostka and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Barvir and fanu'ly, Gene Bar- vir, Jerry Kostka and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lehto. Ralph Lehto, as master of ceremonies, read an appropri- It is jointly operated with the i ate reading covering the 25 County of Lothbridgc. Regardless of the town regu- lation they still haul garbage there. County of Lethbridge 26 offi- cials recently informed the town that a strict log would be kept by the attendant at the grounds of all persons deliver- ing to the dump and the source of the delivev. years of marriage. Mrs. Bill Lehto presented a purse of money to Mr. and Mrs. Barvir from thsir neigh- bors and friends who came from Calgary, 0 k o t o k s, Barons, Carmangay. Iron Springs and Picture Butte. Mr. and Mrs. Barvir thanked their family, neighbors and I friends for the memorable eve- White Cow inquest March 2 PINCHER CRliEK (Staff) Alberta Chief Coroner M. M. Cantor will preside at an quest here March 2 on death of 24-year-old Henry Phil- lip White Caw, found dead in the jail cell here Jan. 14. It will begin at 11 a.m. in the Pincher Creek court house. RCMP discovered White Cow. He had apparently hanged him- self on the bars with his socks. ANNUAL MEETING He was a resident of the "HighbiE'h" area on the Peigan Reserve. Apprehended in Pincher Creek earlier tha same eve- ning, White Cow apparently Town council had requested i such a record be kept. j The county said it would be; for a six-month period. Then the results of the survey GRANUM The annual will be reported. mooting of the taxpayers of the. Council had felt the attend- j Willow Creek school division j himself while a guard ant was no; necessary and j will b? held in Granum at the was duty. was not willing to share the'Alex MacGrcfior School Fob. 21.! costs. The office of the school division! TALENT SHOW All refuse from the town is is busy preparing the financial j NANTON The Nanton 4-H lo lit delivered by (he town's ssalrmcnls these days and "we! Beef Cluub Talent show and sanitary disposal unit of the j arc pretty busy" says Secre-! dance will bs hold in the com- piibHe works department. There tary-treasurer Ray Congd o n. i munity centre, Feb. 2o at is ;i pickup from i This date is aboui a month i p.m. ;ill residences and a twice-uet'k-j than usual in the past! Tickets available from club ly pickup for all businesses.; years. members or at the door. Many enjoy vacations PT PKART, T.UiBKLT Herald Service 1 returned after spending two i weeks at Mesa, Ariz. WARNER II seems thai, }rs' winter is holiday lime, time to .moUler' Mrs: P travel south and bask in the ShaXer. have returned from a sml short holiday in Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Woit-: M- Dk'kson is in California to are in Yuma, Ariz., for the ifor a month, winter. i Mr. and Mrs. Hedge Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Docnz have i Mr. and Mrs. Malt Herhst have i gone on a tour of Hawaii. Fiji, j Zealand and Australia. i Frank Cassel has gone to Australia George Rowland. Mrs. Sal Howkins. Mrs. Eunice Giind- lock, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Kuclin, Mr. and Mrs. George Yanosik, former Warner resi- dents, are leaving for Hawaii shortly. Hard winter for cattle lly KHNIU DA1.TON Mrralil Xrws Srrvire nONITA The weath- er lias Rot. a little milder late- looks like tlicre isn't, so much snow as the winds have been so strong and the snow is drift- ed into ttic low places and hill- ly hut it isn't melting lhe snow sidc.s. It has been a hard winter on across the fields, it i cattle. The wind coaled the rattle with snow and enisled the snow so much that grazing is almost, impossible. A lot of Hie slock have sore feet from walking on the icy, enisled snow. SIMPSONS -SEARS Save Craftsman 8" radial arm saw A new smaller version of our popular 10" and ]2" radial saws If not on v sows wood, but if you add a few accessories you can also dado, rout, drill, sand and many other jobs too. n.d, quicker, easier and more accurate than hand-held power tools. 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