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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 21, 1972 THE LETHBRIDG6 HERALD _ MODEL OF NURSING HOME COMPLEX This model shows how (he new senior cilizens' and nursing home complex, al Ihe right, wilt be located in relaiion to ihc Crows- nest Pass General Hospital, on the left. Decoux Pholo Senior citizens' complex has many new features V Indians attend Utah conference FftUVO, Utah Indian con- i Institute of American Indian pics and leaders from Cardston j Services and Kc'Search. are participating in an Indian i The conference is being as-' Agricultural Conference a I Brigiiam Young here Iliis vcck. University sisied by funds from the W. K. K el log i> Kiiiindiilion, Ihe Charles K. Merrill Trust Com- II is aimed providing bet-! puny, Ihe Mellon Scaife ELAIKMORE I'CNP Bureau) I tal; Dr. Victor Martinez, Dr. A model of the senior citi- zens' and nursing borne com- plex, to he built on Ihe groiini" Russell Varnam and Alex Wells, hospital auditor. The architects announced east of Ihe Pass that financing has been ar- General llo-piliil. was display- i ranged. Approval in principle cd at a meeting held here re has been given by Ihe Alberta cently. Attending Hie preliminary meeting with the arelmccts were trustees of Ihe Crcws'icsl Hospital Services Commission to commence wilh working drawings. This approval should provide Pass General Hospital; Nurs-. for ccrMmclion to commence ing Home District 40; Senior within the next four months Citizens Foundation: Charles Drain, MLA; Ernie Luini, ad- ministrator of the 'Pr.ss r'-n- oral hospital; George Siska; business manager of Ihe hospi- wilh completion date set for Fob. 1. 1873. The model was described by the architects. If was disclosed the unit, lo be built adjacent and connect- ed to Ihe hospital, would pro- vide 30 nursing beds; accom- modalion for 'XI senior citizens: I central dietary deparlmenl wiih dinirg room which will also serve the hospital; and ceniral adminislraticn for the complete complex. Since Ihis construction will hr a pilol project for tiie province of Alberta many now icalurc.s jbave been included in Ihe plan- ning. Some are: chapel; sauna and whirlpool baths, lounge area with fireplace; pool table; shuffleboa.rd; craft lablcs and a hobby works-hop. Winter works Uorse show, rodeo works begins now projects win Ottawa OK PINCHER CREEK The Town of Pincher Creek. Llirough Ihe Pincher Creek re- gional recreation board, has received approval for win I or works projccl.s Mailing sn.WO for tlic agi-icullural grounds and other recreational facili- ties here. The Town will tw ,-idmini- slrating a winter works pro.jccl of for Lhe historical so- ciety as well. The hiring of men lo con- struct these facilities will begin in two or three weeks. All hir- ings are to take place through Canada Manpower. Residents of Pinchcr Creek end district wishing lo obtain employment are requested lo register with Canada Man- power stating they wish lo work in Pincher Creek on these projects. Carpenters, laborers, brick- layers, painters and welders wil 1 be required Between eight and 16 workers will be employed at any given time by this project. For furlhcr informalion con- tact the Pincher Creek parks and recreation department, TAEER (IINS) The ap-1 I pointment of commiltees touch- I ed off preparations for the Ta- i her Rodeo Association's rodeo I and the show scheduled for May 20 through 22 j Association president Vance j Jensen named Ihr following committee chairmen: Midway and concessions Gordon Hall; queen contest- Mark Birch; grounds ?.nd buildings Walter Rombough; stock Gordon Hall; publicity Darwin Lund; dance and en- tertainment Wayne Gcugh; gales Gale Finch; bar of gold Jim Chipnian; mem- bership Howard Fenfon; ro- deo manager Gordon Hall; rodeo secretary Darwin Lund; and parade Ross Gibb. The Sunday and Monday ro- deo show, approved by [he Ca- nadian Rodeo Cowlroys Asso- ciation, will pay more than 350 lo competitors in addition to all enlrv fees collected. Spar wood wins NATAL (HNS) Playing in Kast Koolenay High School Basketball League action re- cently at Fcrm'c. Spanvood ju- nior girls and boys look both ends of a doublelicader againsl Fernic. The overpowered the opposition to win 17-5. Sparwood hoys went on a scorinp rampage as they de- feated Fernic Gft-1. Prize money and entry fees arc: Saddle bronc and 520: bareback bronc ,mn calf roping S200 ard ?2fi: steer wrestling (bulkfogging) ard bull ndinc S200 and ?20: wild cow milking SlOO and amateur bronc ?100 and 510; and women's Ijar- rcl racing S50 and ?10. Six leam roping contestants arc being invited lo put on a show to test its appeal the spectators. This is a new event for Taber. Plans are already under way for the Saturday evening en- tertainment and dance, Northland Shous of Edmon- Inn has been engaged to pul on (lie midway entertainment at the rodeo grounds. The ccnimittee discuss- ed plans for improvements al the grounds and the slock barn. Incentive grant money has been approved under the fed- eral government's program. Water lower t test okay PINCIIER CREEK (Special! j At tiie recent town council meeting, Councillor 0. Haigh i reported on a lest CFCN Telsvision I.Id. of Calgary con- dir.led here. j Iccnnicians the uaLcr lower. on (own property, in soullnve.'-'! Pinchcr Creek for setting up Ihe mobile equipment. i A 10-foot mast was erected j ard a one-wait transmitter used. I The transmission was re- ceived over Channel 6 and was reported as excellent, free from noiss and local interfer- ence. Tom Van Over., a tech- nician, operated a nrjbile nn- lenr.ne and tested all over town. Both channels were tested and showed the benefit of boosted signals. Cnineillor Hf.igh was alllhor- izcd lo get more information on the cost of installing a re- broadcasting station that would receive two channels. 7 and 1.1 He will report al the annual meeting of the lorni, Monday, March ler crops, healthier families and more efficient homes. Those participating include Mr. and Mrs. Grant Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Krcd Gladstone, Chief and Jim Shot liolti Sides, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hind Bull and Mr. and Mrs. William Blackmore, all of Cardslon. Workshops and lours of farm faeililies and home inanage- mant lahoralories at BYU pro- vide first-hand experiences for Lhe participants. They are expected Koimdalion, Uipled Stales S'feel Foundation, and Ihc Dial! State department of employment se- curity. Other guests include -Mrs. j Belle S. .SpaTt'ord, president of the Relief .Sociely of Ihc LDS Ciiureh. I Program iidinmislralor is Dr. Lowell D. Wood, chairman of j the BYU deparlmcnt of apri-! cultural economics. lie will ad- dress the conk-rente on Land and Labor Not Government Welfare Produces Wealth. dian students in Ihe aii'a of home miinapcmcnt." Indian participants frnrn (he San Juan Kami slHiw ill a shde-s'jiind Ihe s.l'-p-ln-Mcp nt of their farm in San The pivsunlation was hlnicd. narraled and produced cuijre.lv by Ihe Indians fiYt.1 pi'olessors v.ill sp-ak fin irnpalirjii methods, ransif im- provement. orchard u-go- liihle producliou, livesiock im- provement, food A "TO society to develop) will) knils courses what they leani back to their I Jn addition to many univcr- homes for tribal training. i sily experts, a number of In-; The conference is being held during annual Indian Week on BYU campus where more than dians also are appearing on the program. Kentittii LaFever, .successful Indian ranclier from 500 American Indians arc rcg- Busby. Mont., has boon invited ulnr students. Ilighliplits in- j to talk to the participants on elude an Indian student forum how he has achieved excellent assembly, a lalent show and a results hi> land and stock, j lour cf campus. Four Indians students from "This type of conference BYU v.ill discussion gives participants a chance lo igroups concerning ''uiiy more exchange BYU stu-I Indians are iu! inking" advan- denls and said Dr. la ETC ol ur.iverhiiy training" Dale T. Tingey, director of the and ''why Intro are so few In- i COALDALE (HNSj The southern rocrrviiion i bop.rd, in coujjneiion ino Community v.iih March or Ihc firsl week in April. There is a of (vo separate cour.ie.S- Each 10 in fluralion. Kacli son is 24 hours loiig. Tin1 f'-c- is payable al rc-.2i.t-li-ai c.i. available al Hit1 r-.- crealion find musL be compleied by Feb. PINCHKR CHEEK (Special) As local irJlialivcs PITM provide a gran! of as as adminisira- and oilier up to S1.224. Ihs Pinehcr Creek and Di-trict AL'I icjluiral v i" i''i nd lo (L-vi-lnp i'ir-. rpjih-irls al th; V.O-.1 ol fijr.hiv Crct-k. Tl-e dr-jrlln-.c ol April 1, for lliu prnj-'-c-i The k.'-ur involved will be Supplied by Cnada Tov.ii ol Pincher Creek will v-i'h i'ic-i'S v.hicli v.oikl like to see pi'oj-jct should -flmiil ll Feb. 25 lo a'iv cf ciircciors. UKAUTY SHOP COALDALE (HNS I Ap- proval given by town coun- cil lo an applicant wishing lo i open another beamy shop in lov.n. Pancake supper ETZIKOM (HTvS) The an- nual Shrove Tuesday pancake supper, sponsored by the Etzi- kcm Home and Rchon] Associa- tion, was well attended. It was followed tiie regular card games. Appeal date TABKR (HNS) Nine a.m. Thursday, April 20 has sot for the hearing of appeals against current assessments of land and improvements in the Tahcr MD. The 21 appellants are consid- erably less lhan the average for former years, said secre- tary treasurer Douglas Francis. The court of revision is hca.'l- ed by MD Reeve Clarence M. Jcsperscn a n '1 compromises councillors S. Johnson, Lynn J. Wenlwurbc. Y. M. (Mike) Ohashi. and Cecil R. Wiest. Grocery store NATAL (HNS I Valley Confectionery recently opened at (he Spardel Trailer Court in Elk Valley. II is primarily a grocery store and will be open to serve anycne. The building was formerly 'located in Xalal and was the A v.as cn- Volp.-lii Drygoocl.s Stove iivrrl bv the and listed ncM lo till! Pa'cnt Med- their piicsK The table was ic'nc Si ore. crntrcd with an anniversary II has been refurnished and cake which linrl Krcn decorated set r.n a new foundation. 'Ihe Ine or-casion by Mrs. 1 Kp.ir'.vood Bertha avra. pany has leased ihc Iniilriinj A social deninc followed i In Harry Cole and Mrs. X. An-' Mrs. Vi. Kirlr, in charge I dcrson. of the elllerlaiiimcnl. I Mrs. Cole lw operating I the s'.ore. _ 1 Suppsr held anniversary j m-.S) _ A fup. 1ROX SPRINGS 'DNS) prr in of ihc annual vari- The Bnllcrsca Jr.sli- rly lickl in Ihn lulc hold a Jlsl ilopif.p f'-'nti c1 rc- si Ihc home of Mr. pi-rl' trrMy. J; vn- In Lhe Mrs. 13. M. Hancv rcrmllv. Mail Rn.Tj-d Aj-'xrir-iatinn If you informat Vandalism probed By ALICE WADE Hcralil News Service SHAUGHNESSY -Students here will pei-form in an Edu- cation Week concert. The Shaughnessy Home and School is arranging it. Musically trained students who wish lo perform may con- tact their teachers for informa- tion. Education Week is tiie sec- ond week in March. Eighleen members of the group met re- cently to make plans. In conjunction with the con- cert there will be a bake sale. Lunch mil be available. There was concern over the vandalism around the school and the playground equipment, broken windows, contaminated walor in Ihe cistern. Parents should be more strict wilh Ihcir children, members agreed. Lunch was donated by Marion TIannn, Donna Feather- stone, Mary Brau and Sylvia Lumly ard was served by Sylvia Lumly and Lorraine Schimpf. we've got it DON'T BE A GcT oil Ihc deductions you've go.t coming! BLOCK men know WE are always hunling ways to save you Protect yourself by letting BLOCK prepare your return. Our service is quick, reliable and antced accurale. COMPUTE RETURNS We guarantee accurate proparalion of every lai return M we make any errors thai cost you an) M TIC uiiifti; ntij tnuia mai tercsl. we will pay only that penalty or interest. (inidi'i Lirocil Tai Service Wilh Over 6000 Olficu in IM luneita 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Wcckclnys, 9-5 Saturday Phone 327-3712 .NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARr. Sidovalks needed near school COALDALE (IIXSl -Ilrv. Polcr R c t z 1 a f f, Ihe town's elected representatives to the KelhhriHm? rouiily 26 sduwl ccminilloe lokl iown council there arc no on the enst, south and vve.st. .side of the H. I. Hiiker school Rronnds. Tlio slrcel on l-hc south .side needs improving. Sidewalk's, on Ihc the staff were deemed most, necessary. Tlic public works deparlmcnl will study whether the budget would allow llii.s expendilurc. Additional playground equip- ment, for Ihc school wns also discussed. The toun is mm havinp a plan on parks pre- pared hy Ihe Oldman Hiver Kional TlanrinR Commission. T h i s would include, school grounds. Mr. e n con rape d council to bring lo his a! ten- lion any points of conccni. You should have recently received an envelope containing ihc general information you need to under- stand how tax reform affects you. If you require addi- lional informalion because of personal circumstances, the following booklets arc available. "Child Care Expenses" "Moving Expenses" "Capital Gains" "Partnerships" "Rental Income and Undeveloped Land" "Goodwill and Similar Assets" "Professionals: Income Calculation" "Basic Herds" "Corporate Tax Guide" To determine whether you need any ol" these booklets, please read the material you have already received. The booklet "Highlights for includes an order form. This form should be coin- Dieted and mailed to; Taxation Distribution Centre P.O. Box S4S9 Ottawa, KIG3L5 Remember, read Ihc general booklels first, then order any additional booklets required. The be Her informed you arc now, the easier it will be Tor you lo lilc your return in the spring of "73. ATTENDS GO ASSY LAKE (IINS1 Mrs. Karl 11. Johnslon a recent visiior to niirlinfiluii. to allend Ihe funeral of her mother, Mrs. licit. National ROVCPJ Revenue, national, Taxation Impol ;