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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Decoux Photo MOUNTAIN OF SNOW Gini Decoux of Blairmore helps dig out a neighbor's van buried under five feet of snow. Tippy the poodle seems happy he hasn't had a haircut.for a couple of months. The 'Pass area ii definite- ly toboggan country this winter. Turtle Mountain, back- ground, has seen worse winters than this one. Honor students at Lundbreck LUNDBRECK (HNS) Once again Livingstone High School at Lundbreck had its annual Christmas Party and Awards Night. Roads and weather being rea- sonably good, a large turnout resulted. Due to the illness of the prin- cipal, the evening's events were under the direction of Stanley N-slund. vice principal. Master of ceremonies was Miss Janet Warriner. Decorations of stage and aud- itorium were fine. The program for the evening led off with a band quartet by Linda, Mary Anne and Sandra Brockwell and Janice Day play- ing Silent Night. The Grade 9 drama class pro- duced two skits. Jilted and Cur- tis Plan. These brought down the house. Awards Riven were from the Cowley Lions Club and the Kins- men Club of Pincher Creek. These totalled more than Bob Buries presented cheques to each of the following for top marks in last June's examina- tions: Susan Dwver. Danny Yagos, Gregg Tompkins, Ron- ald Maufort. Norman C e r v o, Donald Tiramermans, Davit Brockwell and Richard Michal- sky. The Kinsmen Club awards were made by Ron Zukiwsky for academic prowess in junior high grades. Cheques were awarded to Corrinne Noble, Jackie Porter, Nancy Crayford, Fred Maloff, Jenny Dwyer, Betty Murphy, Robert Francis, Brenda Pharis, Donna Mur. phy, Connie Murphy and Bren- da Hume. The Kinetic Award for Achievement was presented to Lcona Johnson by Mrs. Pauline Zukiwsky. A rollicking skit depicting life in the staffroom was received with laughter from the audi- ence. Then came an interlude of old favorite Carols. The hall was cleared and the balance of the evening was pass- ed in dancing to music by the Sidehill Gang. 1080 baits placed by MD TABER (HNS) Tile an- nual placing of poison baits in coyote infested areas has been announced by the Taber MD. The baits, (compound 1080 sodium have now been placed in the following posted locations. The baits will Unique wedding FORT MACLEOD A unique wedding took place in Trinity United Church recent- ly when the resideni minister, Peter Walker, officiated at the marriage of his twin brother, Robert S. Walker and Mrs. Ann Lanz, both of Lethbridge. Providing the organ music was the twin's mother. Mrs. C. M. Nicol of Lethbridpc. be destroyed by MD officials in the spring: MD of Taber, stockpile de- 25-10-15-4; Ted Al- len, Taber NE 3-8-17-4; J. C. Boorse, Grassy Lake SE 11- 1W: Donald McKenzie, Vauxhall NE 15-12-1M and SE 5-13-15-4; K. Golby, Vaux- hall SE 1-14-15-4: N. Dangerfield. Vauxhall NE 5-14-17-4: Vauxhall Grazing, Vauxhall NW 10-7-13-1; T. L. Hinds. Foremost SW 10-7-13- 4; Vauxhall Grazing, Vauxhall NW 6-13-14-4; and Wm. Feld- busch, Vauxhall SW 30-14-14- Residents are reminded that removing or Interfering with these baits is an offence pun- ishable under the law. Owners should be very care- 'ul to keep their valuable away from the poison. Library overdue at Fort FORT MACLEOD (Staff) This town is two steps away from a new community library. Step one will be the willing- ness oi town council and resi- dents to add a library to the annual budget. Arrangements are currently being maiki to have an official of the Alberta library board come here Feb. 7 to explain to council details involved in as- suming financial responsibil- ity for a library. Step two will be the town's ability to pay for its library, a decision that must be made by local government. For the past 40 years the li- brary here has been running on "shoestring budget" consist- ng largely of volunteer con- ributions, according to library Doard secretary treasurer Mrs. R. Davis. "We're hoping that the li- wary will be taken over by the she said. Former Mayor Ken Hurlburt described the current state of the library as "terrible." The library is open Saturday only from 3 to p.m. and is staffed by two volunteers each week from the town's seven- member library board. Mrs. Davis estimated the to- tal budget to operate the fa- cility last year didn't exceed "a couple of hundred dollars." If town council decided to put he library on the annual bud- jet for tax support, it would "a great deal more" to operate, she said. The town has donated the building the library is now in and picks up the bill for util- ties and maintenance. Aside from fees and overdue book levies, the library has re- ceived a annual grant from he town, a smaller grant from .he municipal district and a pro- vincial government contribu- ion to cover the annual cost of books. Dowling speaks Jan 12 FORT MACLEOD The Fort Macleod and District Chamber of Commerce banquet which precedes the annual leering) will be held in the Elk's Hall at 6 p.m. Jan. 12. Tickets are available' from chamber members. Special guests at the affair rill be Dr. John Walker and [ayley Aycock. They represent- d the town in the British Co- umbia Centennial Air R a c e rom London to Victoria. Another guest will be Jim Flaharty of Great Falls. He was nstrumental in having the town revert back to its original name Fort Macleod. Tourism minister Robert Dow- ng will speak. In other news, the prize for he best decorated home went Bob Gunderson with the omes of Len Frayn and Her- man Lowen receiving honorable mention. The chamber discussed the ossibility of upgrading Mud and using it for recrea- onal purposes. Tom Story will eet with PFRA men. Baby girl These Are The letMwidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area arrives January 2 MILK RIVER (HNS) High winds in the Milk River area delayed the New Year's stork until late Sunday, Jan. 1. Milk River Hospital recorded its first birth of 1972 at p.m. when Mr. and Mrs. Wes- ley Lodermeier of Masinasin were proud recipients of a baby girl. MACRATH MRS. MILDRED HARKER MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELLER MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER WANTON MRS. MART IENSON MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Contact thllt ptopM t ClmiltUd f.O. 97 P.O. Box 329, Milk Rivw P.O. Bo> P.O. 114 Con. Oil. of your Dlllrlet AdMrtlllnf Dogs learn manners January 19 TABER (HNS) A dog obe- dience course' is scheduled in UK community centre base- ment here to commence tenta- tively Wednesday, Jan. in. Fee for the course is Owners are required to pro- vide choke chain, while the rec- reation department will provide the leash. Hugh G. Reid is the instruc- tor. A minimum registration Is required before the training sessions will begin. -Mary Tymbursld Pholo SANTA AT THE SUNRISE-Seller late than never! Santa arrived 'at the Sunrise Ranch, Coaldale, a week latel This 'Chrisl mas house decoration was made by irainees at the Ranch. It was presented 1o Mrs. George Templeton, winner of a free draw. look- ing on are Dave Allen, Sunrise Ranch manager, and Irainees Georje Wallace and Trent Low. Retarded trainees build lawn furniture, picnic tables and planters in Ihe Ranch workshop. Cranbrook application approved TuHdor, January 4, 19TJ THE LETHIItlDGE HIRALD 3 Cranbrook leaps ahead CRANBROOK (Special) -At estimated value for lh? 322 permits issued in 19'J, city building inspector John Davis reports a building rec- ord. It is more than million up [rom the previous record, 1970, at In December 12 permits were issued at a total value, including 20 suite apartment for Archon Ltd. at South 1st and 14th Ave., and nine nouses. This brings to 234 the new housing units for the year, down from 1971's 294 units. Large total lor 1971 can be credited in part to two new motor hotel properties now be- ing erected for 1972 occupation, anil to quality commercial buildings in the business area. Pension plan sessious set CRANBROOK (Speci all- Federal approval up to has been given the 'City's appli- cation under Local Initiatives emergency winter work pro-' gram for city planning. The engineering project will De surveying undeveloped city area toward planning subdivi- sions with reference to utilities extensions and will cost a total ject must be completed by of T, will create six new sur- vey associated jobs to provide information for preparation of plans and designs for quick im- plementation of future residen- tial development. Federal terms allow up to a man a week and the pro- May 31. Douglas Stewart, Okanagan- Kootenay MP, has notified the city of the approval. ROPING ARENA CARDSTON A new roping arena is being opened Jan. 7 with a special program at Jim Gladstone's place west of town. The manager of the Leth- Ji'idge district offict of the Can- ada Pension Plan, J. C. (Fern) Bouchard, wishes to inform residents of the Crowsnest Pass that R. F. Viney mil be at the n'ederal Building, Blairmore, Tan. 6 from 10 a.m. to p.m. and at the town office, Pincher Creek, Jan. 7 from 9 a.m. to .2 noon. Mr. Viney will answer queries on the Canada Pension Plan, the old age security and the guaranteed income supplement. He will also provide assis- tai.ce in the filing of applica- tions. Dogcatcher appointed CLARESHOLM (HNS) After several months without a dogcatcher, the town has finally succeeded in finding a man to do the job. The town's bylaw on dogs requires that they be kept off the streets. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Reiidsnl Rep., Blairmore Phono 562-2 H9 invites you to save during our GREAT SCOT STARTS TOMORROW! EXTRAORDINARY SAVINGS! MacKenzie s announces its inventory reduction of a limited selection of jewellery, watches, silverware, giftware and boutique items offered now at important savings. Do not miss this extraordinary opportunity to shop and save at MacKenzie s. You Tl find our service, budget terms, quality of merchandise and unique selection unchanged only the prices will be lower. 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