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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIPGE HERALD Tliuniltiy. Mn Stretch fabrics course luu slit by Mrs. Sim'ltdr i !J miioi" achievement i plans revealed by Ceorge COALDALK The southern regional roura1 "ill involve kviiiri1 iind tto.'-li.-ih (.vasii-s. This will lie a lll-i'.ivl; ROSS (iillll Herald News Kervirr T A R K R Tm> M-liual year ivlio uill fi-iiiircc small manufacturing and sell Ihe commodi- Mrs, Bonnie Sindaii1 of (uachwi class Mon-i y at p.m. in Uio Kale Andrews fin .ii .'i1 may t all lii'1 L.TUT fK'iuren a. ni and 1 p.m. for Ihe 1872-73 school year, p r o n r a in James L. (iiiorge in-rnrmrd fie chamber of commerce c o in p a n y must liquid'iled at the end of the nml new companies are formed Ihc following U'l-m. Geldert wants from youths COALDALK iHN'Sl Youns people residing in the south county area who are interested j i boing involved projects under Ihe Opportunity for V i'th Program of Mm lieur on job plan J 1 ds] J ft! will aro rc-qii'-'-lcd lo nvjcl and discuss idoas ol' iws.sible pro j 2 els with W. D. rccrealioji director tin1 CoaUlalc member of the council, Mr. Gcnrfio will head a five-man sU'ering earninilloe comprising in'cresied Inisincssnrjn A. Long, Edward II. Fonp, ROY How and William J. Orfiuo. The steering committee will select a board of dircdors 01 12 cr more persons wiio will supervise the companies, and a progress report will he presented at the chamber meeting M.Tch for (lie program was (he stcc-ring ccmmil-Icc by Herbert lirennan. Cal-pary, director for junior aciihvcinail lor Alberta. Also merlin" with Hie chamber council Tr.her Fish nnd Game A s s o ciation president Clifford D. V.'eat en (lie subject or pi-csc-rvr.lion of habitat for pheasants population is rciK'i'tcd on Hie decline. Tile chamber co-operalr-with HID -Koeialion in cfforls Empirc Mrs. program, groups of lilgli school students organize small companies at the beginning the Fish and Game provincial to be held shortly. PIN'CHER CREEK (Special) zines and newspapers had been The Ci'.plain McPhail Chap- placed in the local jail in Jan- CWL MARKS 40fh ANNIVERSARY Forty years ago the dream of women in the Assumption Parish of the Grassy Lake area became a reality when the Catholic Women's League was organized. Taking part in recent ceremones were, from left, Irene Onody, president Bow Island CWL; Barbara Reli, president Taber CWL; Rosella Hcdnagy, regional convener, Medicine Hat deanery; Mrs. Ray Galvin and Mrs. Barbara Roth, both charier mem bersi Mrs. J. Scherer of Calgary, recording secretary of Ihe Diocesan Council; and Mrs. Wilma Fetlig, presided, Grassy Lake Turnbull Pholo. uary. Mrs. ;I. Milne named re- Zoning hit at Cranbrook CRANEROOK Zoning Bylaw is coming under lire from twj di- j rcotions of the 1971 annexed] Silver Ridge Sawmills Ltd. op- erator of a plant covering Coakiale Community Ifospilal stantial acreage at Ihe cily's Association Ltd., reported a new .southwest corner, is 0[ 799 palicnls were ad- ject nf a peii'don in its rcsi-! miited lo the hospital in 1971. denli.il neighborhood alleging. m tlicre were Two doctors at hospital COALDALE iIINS) Schmidt, president of Ihc Daily patient census was 16. j Operations: in patients, 286 out-patients, 173 There were 773 patients i treated as outpatient enier- geney compared to 922 in 1970. The out-patient total was 1, FORT MACLEOD (Eprciall Judge Nellie Sanders, Man- itoba's first woman judge, re- tired in January. She is the former Nellie Me- Nichol and her fatlier was posl- master here in 1917. I cr of Ihe IODE met recenlly j at the home o[ Jlrs. John Woli- wilh llrs P. R. Dennis, i Mrs. L. B. Sorgo is sec- rcacnt, presiding. retary; and Mrs. J, Appleby, The ncwslcttei' read by Mrs. treasurer. Officers and secretaries were named lo committees as well a? five councillors lor the local chapter. Mrs. C. Lynch Staunton was named honorary regent, and IUrs. C. Buchanan w a s named honorary vice-regent. Mrs. B. Arand of Lclhhridge is expecled to be present lo speak lo the chanter at its next meeting. It will be held at Ihc hraie d jUrs. Jchn Jacksca, Mrs. Welsh re-elected I frank Lynch Slauaton made special mention of the quality of clothing sent by the IODE j lo Morocco and Ihe apprecia- i lion of the recipients. 1 It was also noted small dona- Wos postmaster lions of money from chipiers across Canada made it possible for the national IODE to send mother Sl.OOO to the eye-clinic in the N.W.T. Mrs. P. R. Dennis was nomi nated provincial eoimcillor for the coming year. Monday, March ti. Mrs-. J. Milne gave the treas-! Assisting Mrs. Wollman as urcr's report. j hostesses were .Mrs. Fred Iliid- It was also reported maga-1 dlcstun and Mrs. R. II. Day. NEW DAYTON (HNS) The Mill; Coutls charge of the United Miss Balog wins degree in sociology smoke ami burner arc two doctors on 930, which included laboratory, fallout. i At the north end of the city Tlie birth rate continues to 1 and emergency, high-density populated Slaler- decrease. It was 34 in 1971 and ville has discovered its zoning 35 in 1370 and 49 in 1959. prohibits any but industrial j----------------------------------------- new construction, prevents neir domestic building, and holds home-owners to normal maintenance out no improve- ments. Though 1972 provincial home- owner grants will contribute j per home about 250 city coffers this 071 .annexed northwest comer was not included in Ihc- recent local ,-T Q L .M initiatives survey of the jouth-. Buckwcil was asked era annexed areas toward cost lolvn cmmt.il ,or Mlppal[ of trunk sewer extensions. c-laresholm makcs a (o City engineer C. G. .Meckling nex Industrial Airport, has said there is no early plan Jn._ Buckwell's support was Schmidt said all of the 12 general and 18 committee with have tried to tlie best of our ability meetings were begun He said: "We tian Community Hospital As- Buck well aid Ilo mc hosPilaLas soushl sociation Ltd. for Ibis community." the good of for city trunk sewer for Slaler- ville nor iis aioining industrial park. Thenrwical zoning, wiili a professional planner parLic'.-pat.- ing, is to separaic industr> from residential, but rnrss city manipulation of areas make-? real estate interests suspect, par ticularly in Cranbrook's booming real estate trade. City efforts are openly aim- ed at persuading Silver to transfer to Ihe city Inclus- The board was favored with a special meeting tlie new minister of hoallh, Hon. Neil Crawford, during 1971. Mr. Schmidt lauded the hos- pital omen's auxiliary. In 1971 ii placed mere IJian at the hospital's disposal for various types of equipment. The womsn zre active and meet on the first Monday of sought, fcr any legislation that j [nc month. Mr. Schmidt reported on. the successful "disaster exercise" may permit annexation d ajr- ports by ccrrununilies respon- sible fcr various services. Councillor Ilenker expressed an interest in the Federal-Pro- vincial Incentives Program re- j conducted in the hospital last Drug CLARESHOLM (HNS) Kl- forts of about 12 Claresholm young people arc finally reach- ing fulfillment for a drug sem- inar. Alternatives lo drugs and al- cohol and general problems young people encounter as llie> go through difficull years be- tween childhood and full ma- turity will be discussed Friday. Saturday and Sunday here at a full scale seminar on all as- pects of the drug situation. Experts from the legal, med- ical and social professions ivill attend. Last Fall a group of young people approached the mayor who called a meeting of leading organizations and cit- izens. Many meetings followed and help came freely from people in the cities. A coflee house drop-in centre was given a trial run and was succcssfii.' lo a pDinl opens of drugs v.ill lie discussed. The provincial prosecutor is expected to come and outline the legal aspects. Motivation and alternatives lo drug use will be outlined Saturday evening. A film festival on drugs will be presented Saturday after- noon. All programs will be in the high school auditorium and the school board is providing these Facilities, ns v.ell as Ihi1 cafe- teria, free fcr the three days. Dr. Larry is the cu-ordinator of the seminar. Sunday al 2 p.m. there wil be o session on communication and ''direrlinn from the com- munity." The programs arc free lo ev- eryone. All the expenses are bring shared by the n[ Claresholm, Rotary and Lion's clubs and the school division. COUTTS (HNS) Roberta Marie Balog, daughter of Mrs. Robert Truba of Coutls, retent- ly graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in sociology from I Hie University of Calgary. She obtained her elementary and junior high school educa- tion at the Coutts School and most of her high school train- j iiiR at Milk River. Afler one year at the Univer- of l.-rthbridgc. trans- fcrrcd to the University of Cal- gary where she completed her required courses at summei school in August, Ifl71. She is curi-enily employed with the social sendee depart- j menL Calgary. 1 In August, 1971, she married Stephen Balog, son of Mr. and j j Mrs. S. Balog of Milk River, lie is completing his last year in the faculty of chemical engi- I neering, University of Calgary. Church re-elecled Mrs. Ken Welsh secretary-treasurer for the new year. 31is. Day Cleland ivas elect- ed official delegate to the South Alberta Presbytery. An alter- nate delegate is needed. The missicn and service ob- jective for 1972 is Tile charge will (17 to exceed last year's total. CsJiyon Church Camp sends an urgent appeal for financial assistance in order to keep op- erating. The United Church Women and the ACTS have il- u-ays suppertecl this project. A for leader and (eacher tr: jiing be held at Milk River if enough interest is Tile new executive of the AOTS men's grcup comprises Ray Ciciand, president; Elton vice-president; and Ray Schmidt, sccrelarv-trcasm-er. Permission denied MOSCOW (Router) Chinese nulhorilies have refused Saviel diplomat permission to place wreaths Soviet war graves in four Chinese Tass news rgency reported Tuesday from Peking. The theme of the seminar is The board and administrator i "Lets be Honest." It will em- gardmg tne possibe project of supply of water to V, mow Creek from Caain Lakes. T participated in numerous con- Mr.yor Ernie Patterson told Mr Biiekwell ihcre should be mjre co-ordination the d [M to new hods d phasize a frank and honest trial Park where land'price is various governmental bodies re- look at all the aspects of drugs. The program will start at p.m. nlien Mr. Schmidt .said the budget i classification and legal aspects for the hospital in deficit of set only to cover cost of ser- vicing for industry. Mayor M. G. Klinkhamer continues on holiday in the southern states and Aid. Don Sherling is acting mayor dur- ing his absence and presiding over the special council-in- rommittee sessions. about may Ijo The partially borne Due to the fixed budget, (there was no increase of grant GRA-NU.M (IlNSl Mrs. Pol- di Domer was hostess for file recent meeting of tiic Granum Catholic omen's League. Eight attended. to promotion of tourist facilities, in particular the pro- vision of access roads to tourist -------------------------------------------j However, new washing ma- clune, costing a new an- alyzer for the lab at S780, some special svm screens costing ?-'00. a special safety light For Ihe staff parking lol costing installed. Turkey supper set for March 18 Plans were marlp for the an-, nual St. Patrick's lurkov sup-1 S300 per to be held March 18 in the Community Hall. Closed today Crowsuest Pass Bureau ji II NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING I Vernon Dccoux, Rnsiden! Rep, Blaiimoro Phone 562-2149 COUNTRY NEWS Theso Are Tk Lcthbtidge Herald Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHALl MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. Box 539 STIRLING RUTH ZAUGG General Delivery TABER ROSS GIBB P.O. Box 2187 TYRREIL'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMUNG P.O. Box 97, Wrcnlhpm WARNER MRS. PEARL UEBELT Gcnoml Dolivtry Contact thnio For your Dhlrlct Ncwi or Clarified Advorllling BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureaul Paul Zubick, supsrinifindent ol i schools, in the CrowoTiest Pass sc-hoot division, has announced schools will ha closed Thursday and Friday, Feb. 21 and 25, but will reopen Monday. 1 Reason for the closure i.s to enable local teachers to attend tliis year's teachers1 convention for the southwestern jurisdic- tion being held at Ixsthbridgc. It enables teachers to get to- gether to exchange ideas. Stirling lallies 83 in hoop lest, STIRLING (HNS) Tte se- nior men's basketball tc.im de- feated New Dayton P.3 lo 53. Stirling's h'.gh scorers V.XTC Myron Esvc.s u-iili L'2 r.jinU and Rick Mcck.s 11. New Barn Crcnkile name Lhroi.'gJi with 21 points ami John Kaupp netted 13. Meets Friday BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) Southern Alberta Mobile Home Owners Assoeiatinn will hold an organizational meeting in the Bellevuc Community Hall at p.m. Friday, Feb. 25, with a view lo orfjnnizing a local grcup to be affiliated with the provincial group. All mobile home owners in the Crowsncst PDAS are urged to attend this meet inc. AMERICAN BREEDERS SERVICE A. I. SCHOOL MARCH 13th to 17th CONTACT LETHBRIDGE ARTIFICIAL BREEDERS ANIMAL CLINIC STOCKYARDS PHONE 327-8022 MIKE DONKIN Phono 328-2549 ARNOLD VAN KESSEL Phone 345-3010 ;CUSSIONS LEARN HOW YOU CAN LIVE A RICHER, MORE MEANINGFUL LIFE, EVEN IN THESE TROUBLED TIMES NEW HOPE for the future. NEW CONFIDENCE for loday. NEW UNDERSTANDING of Gcd's plan. NEW FAITH lo see you i'nrouah. NEW STRENGTH to make a fresh start. NEW COURAGE in times of trouble. PtEASE ACCEPT OUR PERSONAL INVITAT'ON TO JOIN US FCR WHAT WE BEUEVE Witt EE THE INSPIRA- TIONAL EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME. DON'T MISS A SINGIE NIGHT AS WE EXPLORE TOPICS THAT COME TO GRIPS WITH THC GREATEST PROBLEMS FACING THE WORID TODAY. OF CHIMES" Location. 2606 16fh Avenue South, LeHibtidge _ THIS SATURDAY, FEB. 26ib ____ CONTINUE TO MARCH 18TH Organ Recital Begins p.m. 'Jesus ad The DAY fS HJS? Bring your friends, bring the family and bring tlie children. We'd like you to be guests. Join us for these outstanding prcgiams as we "Reach Out for our Affiliated IT IS WRITTEN and FAITH FOS TODAY THE SIGNS OF THE TIMES prophclic Tho VOICI OF PROPHECY rtul'o hronclctnl Tho experience of n lifetime! Mulica! filnluics [cr yrui cnj.v, nicill Isn't il time lor you lo Reach Out foi Life? Sponsored by your Seventh-Day Advenfistneiahbors psople who care1 ;