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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Mmdoy, January 1, THE UTHIIIBCE HMAID 3 By CA. VNteekes Christmas week been proc 1 a i m Soulh Alberta Billiard Week by common consent. Certainly around Lhe Village of Cowley the snow not only fell but blew up into as big drifts as we have seen la re- cent years. It is hoped that all Cubs Scouts and Adventurers have been busy with your Group Good Turns and that many se- nior citizens and invalids have benefitted by your shovelling and errand running. As you enter the new year you will have that inner glow o[ satisfaction that comes with the performance of little tasks for others without being asked and without any charge to the recipients. Best wishes to the Tunis Boys' Parliament. This group pursues a course in many ways the same as our Scout move- ment. Here is a wonderful way to learn parliamentary proced- ures and other democratic pro- cesses thai would definitely tie in with the pursuit of Citizen- ship Badges some of our re- gional groups have made target in recent months. One of our family helped to begin the Boys' Parliament in Edmonton back around 1919. Furthermore yours truly was a Page, and a busy one, in the session of 1922. This by the way was made possible through ar- rarigemenls made by Clarence Campbell of hockey fame. It is noted the Lieutenant- Governor for the recent session has been our former regional president, Chief Judge L. S. Echoes of the 1971 Jamboree at Sylvan Lake have been rais- ed by Christmas cards from Scoutcr Larry Clark who ran the Camp Hospital Ambulance, Assistant Janet Hindbo of the hospital, Bcrny Grose of Secur- ity and, last but not least, Donnie and Bill Dick who were a part of the entourage of the Pied Piper of Camp Woods. Happy 1972 Greetings to all of you! From Prince Rupert come greetings from Ateli Chris Green who spent the Jamboree helping to run the supermarket where you got your daily gro- ceries. Venturers from the Stirling group created a new and com- paratively unused method of raising funds for winter camp- ing by holding a turkey shoot sounds as if there must some marksmen locally. Gooc going fellows! Thanks for Ihe strong port from all over Ihe region for the Herald's Cup of Milk Fund. Going over Ihe top was made possible by warm hearts and self denial, all attributes of Ihe true Scouting spirit an citizenship. Wehear that six hardy Scouts received their Bronze Campcraft badges from Scout er Ron Grant. Eight Scouts re- ceived their Citizenship badges and two Bronze Chal 1 e n g e Awards went to Scouts Terry and Scott Tollestnip. All this is hard to equal.' The Scout Iroop gained three members, two by a Going Up Ceremony. Two New Chums Jeff Van der Bennct and Kent Evers dropped their white neckerchiefs and put on their Pack colours. Cub Danny Me- Leod has his House Orderly jadge, a wnderful help to his amily over a holiday season. Three WOOFS to all of you! Present for the ceremonies, t all part of the annual Christ- mas party for B r o w n i es, juides, Rangers, Scouts and rVolf Cubs were Mrs. Richo Nlshiyani, Mrs. Gwen Robin- son and Scoulcr Jim Robinson. With 1972, again the old Afri- can expression of respect, 'May your shadow never grow Executives, Cub L e aders, Scout and Venturer leaders and o BOYS and their parents, we send our very best May 1972 be full of good heallh and hap- Good hunting, all! Council defends action on lots NATAL (HNS) District of Sparwood council has received a letter from the Sparwood De- velopment Company complain- ing about the municipality's proposed extension of the mo- bile home lots ir- lower Spar- wood. The company indicated in its letter it feels provision of these lots for mobile homes and unfair competition to the company's privately owned Park in the Elk Val- ley. Members of council were quick to defend their sale of the lots for mobile homes. A second lettci1 from the Spanvood Development Com- pany was also read at the meeting. This letter concerned dogs running at large at the company's Trailer Court in the Elk Valley. It requested ser- vices from the 'Sparwood pound. The council members pointed out that the area is served by the poundkeeper on frequent trips. Larry Dillon, president of the new Sparwood Pistol Club ap- peared before council to re- quest approval of the club's plans for an open range and a closed range building in the recreation area of Sparwood. A meeting of the club and the recreation commission will work out the details of the pro- ject. A letter was received from the Sparwood Lions Club en- quiring if the municipality would assume operation and maintenance of an ambulance which the club proposes to buy as its first 'community project. Council decided to have a committee meeting with both the Sparwood Volunteer Fire Brigade and with Urn Lions Club to determine if organiza- tional and operational details could be worked out. The new standardized build- ing code for all B.C. munici- palities was adopted by coun- cil. For information council re- ceived a copy of correspon- dence between Crows Nest In- dustries and Kaiser Resources Ltd., related to the location of a proposed logging road across the east of Spanvood along the base of the mountain. A request was received from New West Homes for the pur- chase of the lots remaining un- developed in Stage "B" of the Sparwood d e v e 1 opment plan. There are 10 to 12 lots re- maining in this category. Coun- cil decided that the lots could be made available for con- struction of housing by a devel- opment firm and accordingly they are to be advertised for sale to this and other interest- ed development firms. BRIGHT LIGHTS The residence of Douglas again won the first prize in the Christmas home year by the Taber Joycees. The prize was 'many-times' winner Ronald Murphy, 5314 52nd St. Ross Gibb, 4926 53rd Steady progress in Town that By ROSS Community College Herald News TABER This was migrant Indian beet field Ihe improved drop-in .Taber, dubbed the nity wilh the assured in Ihe court house base- the lown thai waler built, was under Ihe manage- leart of irrigation, Ihi land of Ihe lo-o-ong of a native couple anc was regarded as very success made steady d? r ig the year, boasting starts numbered 21 modest population of less for a permit "value" o 100 to a June figure of Of these, a four-plex An application to the built at a cost of Hospitals Services in the 78 building that the Taber district tolalling (as autonomous by separalion wilh Ia5l the Lelhbridgp Auxiliary were six residenlial addi- pilal Dislrict drew hopeful 22 home improve- i study being made in 21 business im- ion re-alignmenl of and three al districl developmenl projects In Hie public service including Ihe 1GA store schools a seltlemenl was al new Central school. per- The new Central open was for and the ng area school designed "S" potato storage Calgary's John Hoiden conditioning plant was erected by Kenwood of at iridge is ready for at year-end. The CROPS alma mater to hundreds of south Alberlans failed a stay of weculion following a well 1071 was a favorable crop year. cnded eulogistic fall program, and will go down to the recent years expansion of the potato crop and dehy- ing ball early in the new r a I i n g industry somewbal Al UK W. R. Myers Ihe market, causing a School, Donald V. Kiiback in processing at the 'local came the new principal Polalo Processors' Mr. George assumed the posi-ion of school superintendent, and resulting in the "plowing down" of several hun- KBition held interim by acres of spuds with re- lerroan of the Division's lervisory new Diamond "S" plant Of some special interest potatoes for Old the 30 Tibetan people Calgary. classes al Ihe L. T. at year-end ship- school for children and al have resumed to over- Community Centre for markets, fresh market as they become acquainted are picking up, and the he language and customs plant expects tn resume heir new home land mid-January after a raining extends from of some four to five >er through February Lybberts CARDSTON (HNS) Orva (Mrs. Honald er Glemvood and Cardston Aetna, Jay, dents, Mr. and Mrs. Fla., Glenn, U.S. Navj were honored al R.I. open on the occasion of their 50th wedding family was all present a well as 25 of Ihe 32 grandchil They left in and lived three years in and one of Ihe five greal grandchildren. ston before moving to and sislcrs of Ihe who attended were: lire parents of seven children: Westminster, B.C., Mr. an< Tom of Toppenish, Wash., Mrs. Aldcn Heed of Cardston Dwain (deceased Second World Mr. and Mrs. Dclance Heed o Merlin, Sail Lake City, Glenn-nod and Mr. and Mrs Flora (Mrs. Arlen Rae Lybbert of Spokane. Rural representatives named NATAL (HNS) Rural rep- resentatives representing the School Attendance Areas in the Femie school district met prior to the regular December meeting of the board of school trustees and elected Len Musil or the Elk Valley as a school Iruslee for a two-year term. Mr. Musil was previously elected as a rural representa- tive for the Elk Valley at the attendance area meeting at Elkford attended by 16 people. At the attendance area meet- ing Mr. R. H. Ully was appoint- ed as a rural representative. This meeting also requested that Ihe Ixiard of trustees try lo avoid attendance area meet- ing dates which conflict with Ihe school open houses. A.ISO announced were the elections by acclama t i o n Chnrlcs W. Moorman to repre- sent Sparwoort on the hoard ycnr nml Ihe re election by acclamation of Ted Staf- ford and Olive MacKciuic. They represent the Fernic area on the board. Mrs. Dora Ungaro of Spar- wood is retiring from the board while the other trustee is Bru- no Bevilacqua. He has one more year to serve. At the Baynes Lake Waldo- New gate Attendance Area meeting B. Charlesworth was elected rural representative. The Elko alien dance area meeting elected G. Gunderson as its rural representative while in Grasmere Roosvillc trustee Doug McDonald serves. He has one year remaining. The meeting in that area re- quested an activity room rath- er than a covered play area be included in the referendum proposed for Jan. 29. In con- sidering this request l.hc board turned to department of educa- tion policy and found that the proposal could not consid- ered. Sand Creek nrea, elected two rural reprewnU- lives. They are W. Scnieniuk and E. Damstrom. Trustee J. Bctenia of Galloway, also a rural representative, has one year remaining. The recom- mendations lo Ihe board from Ihis merjling was concerned with staff and bus schedules. At the suggestion of trustee Belcnia, Ihe board decided lo invite rural representatives lo the board's annual budfict meeting. The board at ils last meet- ing granlcd approval lo H. M. Peebles, principal of the Spar- wood Secondary School lo con- duct in conjunction (o II. Wcins, principal of UK Elkford School a sludy into Ihe feasibility of community use of the school li- braries in Inn Iwo munlcipnl- ilics. Two non menls were ramie. These were leaching appoinl- for a part lime custodian al Ihe Elkford Sclxwl mid for n stenographer al lire liidgcmont I pals, Tlic boai'd rcqucsied School in Fcrnie. I report for Lhe nexL meeting. The board approved Hie ap- pointment of Gerald Wayne Schmidl lo Ihe leaching staff al the Elkford School. Tenders for Hie Fleet and Boiler Insurance required by the scliool dislricl were receiv- ed and read lo Ihe board. Suc- cessful and low bidders on each package were from com- panies rcprcsenlcd by Lowes Insurance Agencies, Fernie. Kingston Insurance Agencies, Sparwood, also lendcrcd on be- half of insurance companies represenlcd by them. Trustee Dora Ungaro report- ed to the board thai she rccciv; several complaints about lil- lor caused by youngsters throw- ing away candy wrappers. She asked the principals if an anli litlcr program could be initialed in schools in UK dislricl. The mailer was lurn- cd over to district superinten- dent of schools Percy Pullingcr for sludv by he and Ihe prlnci- Tbe southern Alberta sugar beet crop was at least one ton per acre above expectations, producing tons at a per acre average of 10.27. The Taber factory completed opera- tions December 27, producing 108.5 million pounds of sugar, with Picture Suite adding an- other 60 million pounds, both highest on record. Complying with ecology re- quirements, Canadian Sugar added -screening of its waste water to remove beet solids from the effluent going to the Oldman Hiver to reduce oxygen demand. The lown of Taber completed ils lagoon sewage system and irrigation is now carried over some 300 acres of grassed land north of the river. A further expansion of the pasture land under "water" is expected next year.. The long felt need for an ade- quale airport for light planes at Taber resulted in an appli cation filed with Ihe ministry of Iransporl for a day-nigh paved landing strip feel long on former coal compan; properly north-west of town ad jacenl lo the provincial park highway- It is expected tha approval will see the field con strucled in 1972. In Ihe same area, a land-fill garbage disposal ground has been provided ad' jacent to a dump ground for municipality residents, and is urged in the proper de- livery and disposal of wastes by individuals. "Long lime negoliatdons wilh Ihe Department of Highways came lo a satisfactory lurn when approval was granted for an access from Highway 3 lo annexed property south of Ihe highway west of town. The de- veloper will now present a new proposal for subdivision of the property for subsequent appro- val of Ihe Oldman River Re- gional Planning Commission and Ihe highways department Announcement of a down- um-n 32 unil motor hotel is im- minenl. The major ilem of commer- cial development was the ex- pansion of How's IGA Food- liner building on 4Blh Ave. wcsl of 53rd SI. lo afford the super- market additional floor space and lo accommodate Richard- son's Deparlmenl Store and Roger's Hardware which moved from small quarters at 48th Ave. and 53rd St. Masscy Ferguson farm equip- ment occupied the former 47Ui Ave. Co-op building wilh an op- lion lo purchase a building site in the industrial park, and Hevy Building Supplies expand- ed area to occupy the former Farm Equ'ipmenl silc at 48lh Ave. and 55lh Si. Indicating great progress is the installation of micro wave facilities by Alberta Govern- mcnl Telephones lo replace surface wiling for long dis- Lance calls, and lire conlinua- lion of burying rural lines in Lhe area. To belter serve the district, Calgary Power Lid. has erect- ed a 20 megawatt substation north of town to replace small- er transformer stalions and lo give improved voltage control and capacity for expansion of services through industrial and residential expansion in the community. Mention should be made of :ionors received by Tabcr's high school band al the Moose Jaw inlernalional band1 festival, I he minor hockey tournament icre in April, and the learn trip lo California Ihis Chrisl- mas season. I Toyota buys land for firm Cover vehicles TABER (HNS) Caution is being urged by Ihe lown coun- il Hat residents of Taber and lislricl using the new dump 'rounds cover llicir delivery to prevent blowing of nrbagc along UK highway and access roads. TABEK (HNS) Tax re- covery properly on Highway 3 east of 52nd St., Ike former Gorbich Halchery property, went over Ihe auction block and was sold to the lowest and only bidder Kenway Toyota for construction of an auto sales and showroom business. Price accepted by the town council 'was per front fool, wilh' a stipulation thai Ihe ex isling hatchery building be re- moved. Total price for the 125 fool frontage at falls far short of the more than in tax arrears against which the lown look possession some years ago.' It is understood thai Kenway mil continue operation of the OK plug-ins for car park CARDSTON cards- ton lown council decided that stalls with plug ins will be Ambulance on the way CLARESHOLM (HNS) Town council has approved a motion by Councillor James Wannamaker to purchase an ambulance for a maximum cost of with equipment. A proposal by a qualified nursing orderly to supply the service at a subsidy of was turned down by the MD of Willow Creek and the Town of Stavely. The proposal was to base the shared subsidy on the tax as- sessment but the MD fell this would not be fair to the farm- ers. The MD favors sharing the cosls of ambulance service on a percentage based on popula- tion. Town council has given first reading to a bylaw to borrow by way of debenture over five years the sum of for the purchase of an equipped ve- hicle for ambulance service. Chairman of the "ambulance committee" is councillor Dan Le Grandeur. He said details of operation and maintenance of the ambulance will be work- ed out by .the committee and further negotiations with the MD and the Town of. Stavely will have to be worked out later. provided for rental in the park- ing lot behind Ihe Main St. business area. The police committee is working on the problems of cars being parked on the streets overnight in the way of snow removal crews. The police department is be- ing advised to ciaiiip down on bicycle riding on the sidewalks. Council moved that the town join the Alberta Building Offi- cials Association. The main purposes of this association is to improve building standards; to assist building officials and to promote the adoption of uni- form regulations. A final bylaw was approved for a grant to religious, charit- ab'.e and similar organizations. A shelter will be built at the 3rd Ave. bridge for children who wait for the school bus. Mrs. Kraft i leads way to victory ETZffiOM (HNS) Top scores in the recent bridge games went to Mrs. Delbert Kralf and Jerome Stromsmoe wilh Mrs. Sam (Ella) Robinson and Sandy Davis taking lows. In the whist section prizes went to Mrs. Adam (Ethel) and Jake Lanz with con- solations going to Mrs. Jake (Martha) Lanz and Ken Lanz. firm's service station opposite Macleod's store at 47th Ave. and 52nd St. The firm had previously shown interest in property far- ther casl on the highway ac- quired by the town from the Barton family. A report presented to council indicated thai servicing this new property with sewer from 60th Ave. south along approxi- mately 62nd St. would run into a expenditure. However, no action was taken though a suggestion was made that the entire subdivision be prepared with services for commercial highway development and resi- dential construction soulfc of the commercial strip. This matter will likely come up during early budget discus- sions when consideration will be given on other areas needed for residential use. Royal Purple entertains old timers MILK RIVER (HNS) The Royal Purple recently enter- tained the senior citizens of the community. They served a delicious tur- key and ham dinner to about 70 guests and sent out dinners to eight or 10 people unable to attend. The Happy Wanderers, a singing group from Milk River and Warner, entertained with a number of their peppy songs and Mrs. Beth Douglas gave a couple of humorous Christmas readings. Several games of bingo com- pleted the entertainment. This annual event shows the true Christmas spirit and is much appreciated by the older people who do not have many opportunities lo get out and visit with old friends. II was a special treat for two lospital patients, Mr. Garrett and Mrs. Chase. POWERS FIGURE SALON, INC. 197! HAPPY NEW YOU IN 1972! Resolve now to welcome the New Year with a new dresi size. Start today! Call. your E. P. Figure Control Centre for an appointment. Your first visit with us is complimentary and includes a Free Figure Analysis. Let our instructor show you how safely, easily and inexpensively you can greet the New Year a healthier, happier- you. 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