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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHGRIDGE HERAID Solirrclay, february 19, NEW AMBUIANCE FOR CtARESHOtM Claresholm cosl It will serve Claresholm, Stavely and the Wil- ir Dan teGrandeur, right, hands new ambulance low Creek MD. It will respond lo highway accident calls 'own ambulanca attendant Floyd Hamillon. It when needed. Andersen Photo Emery Bonertz heads cattlemen PDJCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek Breeders Pincher Creek, will be held. Asseciation was formed at a This will give cattlemen an recent meeting. opportunity to buy pedigree Its purno.'o 'is to ensure that' bulls in their own community. ru'ty Auction Sales facilities all range bulls. No show will be involved with the sale. Dead- ine for entries is March 10. It is estimated that tliere are about :15 purebred breeders in high quality entile herd This sale, in which about 35: this area at the present time, irill tw availa'ile 10 farmers i bulls of quality bloodlines will and the organization hopes to nrd ranc'.-ers in the Pincher he on offer, will feature only' draw its membership from Creek area also to promote a special market for stockmen wishkg to purchase or dispose of purebred bulls. An executive was elected with Emery Bonertz as presi- dent. Others are Bob Jenkins, sec- retary; Doug Buchanan, Henry Varlc'y. H g h McLaughlin, among raisers of registered Angus, Hereford, Shorthorn, Charolais and Red Angus bulls. Information regarding terms and conditions of the March 25 bull sale may be obtained by contacting either Bob Jenkins or Emery Bonertz. :xp Roundup of District News y Manages bank P1NCIIER CREEK (Special) Leon Mnrlin anivcd In Pincher Creek, lie is the new manager o[ Uic Royal Bank of Canada. He replaces Lloyd McDonald, transferred to Uio Jasper Place Edmonton. Mr. Martin, who has had 13 years managerial experience, has taken up residence here with liis wife and two children. Ed Stierlc, a'so been transfcrcd Here, lie will act in the caparily of. loan officer. 3-act comedy PINCHER CREEK (Soecial) The Windy Hollow Players plan to present .1 three-act comedy, The Importance o! Being Erneast, in April. A play reading will be held Mond-y, Feb. 21, at B p.m. in the MD building. Anyone inter- ested in taking part or helping in anyway is welcome to attend. Clareslioliii council clears avenue By PAUL ANDERSEN Herald Xews Service v heavy congestion would even-1RCMP is keeping a close watch j tually lead to some youngster I gelling hurt. CLARESHOLM The proh-1 TOW have to for! lem of heavy traffic conRffiupn Bother location to park and their children. Garv'Ccnraci and Lester Koch-i on 2nd Avc. W. from 54lh to. Klein directors. streets the elc-1 The association's member-1 mentary and the junior high ship will be limited lo purebred schools will be solved, it is breeders in this area. j hoped, by cutting out all park- Aii annual bull sale, Satur-1 ing or stopping from a.ra day, .March 25, at tile Commu-1 to 4 p.m. Town council passed a resolu- tion to forbid parking or stop- bringing locai detachment of the the street to see that the new regulations are being en- forced. Signs are to be put up to lei motorists know of the new reg- ulations. Land rental rate hiked and from the Canada Pension sessions ping by cars i picking up children schools. The problem was brought to Pension Plan, J. council's attention by school j Bouchard, wishes Manager district office the Lethbridge of the Canada (Fern) inform bus drivers who also use the j residences of the Claresholm, TABER (KNS) The Taber JTD council has renewed leases on grazing and cultivated land [or three years, which expire the end of February. Land rental rates were in- creased from 35 cents to 33 cents per acre for grazing leases, and from one fourth to one third of the harvested crop on cultivated land. Council also approved renew- al of cemetery land leases for the communities of Purple j Springs. Rctlaw and Enchant. No decision was made on the disposition cf the old fire truck. Though Enchant has with- drawn its application, the coun- cil withheld placing the fire truck at Vauxhall pending de- termination of the boundaries of the new fire protection area No. 2. street to unload and pick up their young passengers. They felt the passenger cars Granum and Stavely areas that field officer Rollie Stewart will blocked their wav and the be in attendance at the Clarcs- holm town hall Feb. 24 from to 3 p.m. Anyone wishing to take ad- vantage of this service is cor- dially invited to do sso. Mr. Stewart will answer queries on the Canada Pension Plan, the old age security and the- guaranteed income supple- ment. Industrial airport must be protected CLARESHOLM (TINS) The improve the waterworks at the Claresholm town council has Clarcshotm-Willow Creek In- Airport three miles asked an engineering firm to dustrial look into a proposed request to with the capacity to withstand high pressure, are needed to distribute the water to the var- INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES tTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 S. Phone 327-1541 Lodge board names Kunz southwest of town. j ious buildings. I The improvement in water i A new pump, well, and pump- facilities are needed to ensure house are also needed. enough water pressure to make j Trie cost of the water line it possible to install a fire pro- tection sprinkler system at I hangers and other buildings be TABER i HNS) Clarence Kunz, Grassy Laic village councillor, was named chair- man of the board of dirctors, Taber Foundation (Cleaniew Lodge) at a recent reorganiia- tion meeting. Vice-chairman Is Mrs. Helen Wentz of the Taber town coun- cil. Other directors are Y. M. (Mike) Ohashi, Talx-r MD councillor, Mrs. Nora Sauter oi the Vauxhall town council, and Edward J. Hemple, dirctor at large representing the Taber Pensioners' Organization. Kenneth W .Garner continues as the foundation's secretary- treasurer. now used by Industry. The insurance men say feet of eight-inch water main, and pump is especial to about Tho sprinkler system woulrl cost well in excess of S100.000 and this would be paid for by the industry. Budget climbs 83.000 for Picture Butte hospital Live on the Rock when you retire, Living on the Rock, of course, means living on monthly income from a Prudential Annuity. An income you or your wife can't outlive. Let me tell you all about it. THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA Me iiisujanct con-piny C. "Stan" VERLINOEN 414 21 SI. Soulh Phono 327-3550 PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The budget for 1972 was set at up some from last year. The board felt expenses are well within what is set out and should be approved by the gov- ernment. Ju the director of nurses re- port it Vv'as noted occupancy was up from last month lo 7! per cent. In physiotherapy there were 354 treatments given last month, with 27 operations in reived from the Alberta Hos- pital Sorvices Association, a study of fire hazards wiOun a hospital were studied. It was decided that signs will be put up to Inform the public that smokuig mil be prohibited in hospital corridors and rooms. The board gave approval to two active non resident doc- tors, along with 12 consulting doctors lo the hospital. Hsrry Watson and Ben Nyhol were appointed to investigate this same period. i salaries within southern Alber- On receipt frcm a letter re-1 ta oE comparable hospitals. SOD UNDERGROUND WATER SERVICES O SODDING LANDSCAPING UNDERGROUND SPRINKLING For more information contact LOGAN PORTER IETHBRIDGE, AtBERTA PHONE 328.0924 PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AGRICULTURAL SPECIALIST II or III required by Department of Agriculture, Economics and Statistics Branch, Outlook, Saskatchewan DUTIES; To invesligale economic problems In irrigation and to give 1o (ormcts. QUALIFICATIONS: For employment at the third level, a Mailer's Degree in Aqricultural Economics. For employment til the second level, n B.S.A. vjilh several years of relolod experience. SAIARY: 5818 1041 (Anricullurnl Spednlisl III S94! (Agricultural Specialist III) Slariinp, salary commensurate wilh qualificationi ond rjxperrenco. COMPETITIQN NO. 51 SB CLOSING DATE: March -I, 1972. For applicaiioni and further Information pleaia contact Inn Public Service Commiilion, Room 328, legiilotlvn Building, Roglnd, Sculmlerir-wnn. Applicants for male ports arc urgently needed. No experience Is necessary. For information phone 627-2105. Bingo Feb. 28 COALDALE (IJNS) A bingo will he by Kale An- Yews High School students from 7 lo (I p.m. Feb. 28, in Iho school. Proceeds will go towards UK Montreal travel exchange pro- gram, in which students from the school are participating. Elect elders TABER (HNS) The annual congrcfialJonal meeting ol Kjiox United Church, Rev. Kenneth W. Morris chairman, elected elders Dr. Ross Camp- bell, E. James Cheyne Watson Eodie, Peter Fisher, Ole Jes- p e r s e n, Oscar Herringer, George Tkcbuchi, Charles Mc- Kean, Mrs. Georgina Smith and Sidney IVI. Price. E-lectcd Fernie Glass postmaster at Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) Fernie Glass recently began dirties as postmaster at the Coaldale post office. He is married and has five children (one girl and four The family has taken up residence h2re. He was pDstmaster at Ray- mond since August, 1909. Pre- vious to that he was the post- master at Fox Valley, Sask., [or 21 years. Mr. Glass fills the vacancy left by James Clarke. He now is the postmaster at Pincher Creek. Alam Voth. who servrd In the Coaldale post office for n num- ber of years, hus scceplecl a position a.s posimas- ler at Pinchcr Creek. He be- gan his duties there recently. to the committee of stewards wore Ted M. Allen, Casey (iouw, Robert Grainger. Pcler Ilooge, Tom Miller, John Wid- er, and William Sangstcr, Jr. The mission and stewardship committee reported a record contribution to the world devel- opment and Pakistani elicf fund. Knut Wilson was re-elected to serve as delegate to presbytery and conference meetings. Meets Sunday PINCHER CREEK (Spedal) The annual meeting of Iho Pincher Creek Historical Sod- ely, postponed sin'je January due to had weather, will ho held Sunday, Feb. 20, at 8 p.m. in the town hall. The plans for the museum building, drawn by Jack Dyer, are to be considered anri any final changes decided iroon. TOKENS COMMERCIAL and RESIDENTIAL WIRING FREE ESTIMATES REASONABLE RATES HANK HURKENS 518 3rd St. South Res. 1610 St. Andrew Rd. Phone 328-0809 Phone 328-3563 IN HOSPITAL NOBLEFORD (IKS) Mrs. Ray Krai is a patient in the Picture Butte hospital. Oil Hardened and Tempered Discount On Volume Purchases Sales and Service Located In <0 NOELEFORD ft TABER LETHBRIDGE 01 1107 2nd Ave. A. N. GRANT KRISTJANSON General Service Manager [VICE SPEC! Take advantage of this very special MONEY-SAVING offer! Complete Lubrication Oil Change......... 0 Install New Oil Filter Regular Price HALF PRICE SPECIAL DEL KAUPP Service Co-Ordmalor OFFER GOOD UNTIL SATURDAY, MARCH 4lh! Please present this coupon for your service special offerl This Coupon Entitles (Nome) L JOE VOORT Service Manager CHARGEX Cm 43. 9c per gal. (Gulf) (Address) To receive Service Special of (reg. value) Includes complete lubrication, oil changer new oil filler OFFER GOOD UNTIL SATURDAY MARCH 4THI Grant Krlsljanson (Service Manager) IKE DYCK Body and Repair Manager 'S OPEN HOURS: a.m. to p.m. Daily and Noon Saturday! PARTS AND SERVICE DEPT. 9tli STREET AND 3rd AVENUE NORTH PHONE 327-5705 Timo Payment Plan ;