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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Airport demand rising CLARESHOLM (HNSi The Claresholm Aiipon is becoming more in demand for various sports activities and chief oi these is parachutine. The Calgary Parachute Club is again asking (he town ID me the runways every weekend. The has been loM by the Canadian Air tion Administration in Edmon- ton that, miner and oper- ator si the Claresro'm Air- port the town has the right to decide on what use is made o: it. so long 35 fiieht safetv and air regulstiorj are net contra- vened. Claresholm Airport is licens- ed as a public faciliry ar.d transient aircraft expect to be able to use it in coirleie safety.-' The CATA has asked the toiT to supply information an ap- proved activities so the intcc- mation can be published in the flieht information manual. The town has had a request by the RCM? for permission 10 use runways for special c-river training for the force in defen- sive driving next summer. Last summer the port was the centre of sosri.-z tions (Eliding) as weli as f'.yins and flour bombing competi- tions. Thundoy, Jenuory 4, 1973 THf LETHBPIDGE HERALD 3 Roundup of District News -r First Taber babv arrives at p.m. Willow Creek seeks svmbol CLARESHOLM CHSS) The eoaxsi of fe Creek MD has decided to have a suit- able symbol, drawn up by ar, MD resident or local arrj-t. to represent tie district on signs arid stationary. Council has approved the Epgvti-F pf SoO for prire money. Sibmissicos w3! be at Use office of tie Willow Creek MD here by secrerary-treasur- er Kay Cbrgdon, TABER (HNS) Miss Len- era Elaine Moore is Taber's 1973 New Year's Baby. She arrived at Taber Genera] Slips on floor HANNA Mrs. R. Higgs of Kama is in Rockyview Kospi- Calgary, following an acd- CSLI in the local" Treasury B.-anch. Mrs. Eiggs. on entering fee building, slipped on a polished floor, falling and breatjag her tip- She iras taken to the Hasna Hospital for preliminary inanori. and later taken by am- bulance to Calgary. Sbe wH be irj hospital for some time. Her accident draws attention to the fact tha; people entering warm buildings froai the streets should use special pre- cautions to avoid !Hospital at p.m. Jar.. 1 to Mr. and Gordon Moore of Vauxhall. 3.C70 grams (7 Ibs.. 3'-; o: 'i i She will be welcomed at their i farm home by brother Gordon Etd sisters Barbara and Char- Electric, a lotte Baby and mother "ill rece've a variety oi giiLs irc-m Taber torard a bank account by Rob- inson's Agencies. Mother w-ii! receive E perma- r.ent from Nifty Beauty Saiott. "amp from Campbell Flowers appear TABER The warm weath- er earlier evea fooled tao alpine plants belonging to Hev. j and Mrs. Chuck Daisley. I An alpbe violet and an al- i pine pansy appeared in the I Daisley garden one morninz. in full bloom, as the snow cov- ering disappeared. i Tne plants vere grown from seed brought back by the Dais- jleys from Switzerland during a I visit lo Europe four years ago. Aid retarded TABER Members o! the Taber Women's Institute have decided to give a cash dor.a- lion to the Lethbridge Associa- tion for tbe Mentally Retarded. Annual reports of all conven- ers were given. Tne following officers vere elected: President. Mrs. Weste Jensen; furt rice-president. Ada Millar; second vice-presi- dent, Eddtn Jensen; secretary, Mrs. John Vivyurkat treasurer. Mrs. Ross Gibb: directors. Mrs. A. Srusn, Sirs. George Chris- lensen and Mrs. S. L. East- bope. Miss Hawk chosen vaporizer JDhnscr.'s Drags, and record from Acme TV. N.ANTON Miss Diaime from Hawk, daughter ar.d Ken Hawk "c: Parkland. was chosen 1S7S-73 Eeh School Queen o[ the J. T. Foster School at tte Queen's Ball. .Miss Gina Loree. daughter of Mr. and George Loree also of Parkland, was named first princess and Miss Colleen Taggart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Taggart of Nao- ton was the second princess. Tne annual ball is sponsored by tbe Nanton Student Union. Son sees parents IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Barry Erno, employed by the Dominion government at Hay Piiver. N.W.T.. visiari recently J.he home of his pareots. Mr. and M-s. D. Eras. He was ea route to Ottawa n-here he will receive further Training CNIB aided YOUNGSTOVTN-An amount o! S2S5 was sent to the Cana- dian National Institute for tbe Blind. Tne local canvass was con- ducted by the Youngstown Wo- men's InsrJtuifi. Tnanks are extended to the following canvassers: Misses Cheryl Stuart. Debbie Seeger. Jane Stoli and Oiarlene Mai- ion who covered the town, and to Mrs. W. Armstronf. Mrs. E. Roy. M-s, Del LaughliB. Mrs. Dale Lauahlin and Mrs. M. Ko- walsky who collected in tbe surrounding district. 'Look ahead' TABER Mirroring Ih; feel- ings of most Social Credit pany members. leadership hopeful Bob Clark, during i visii v> i Taber, said "We must iook I ahead to the 70s and not back to the 30s and 40s. j Tne 35-year-old SC i tar-- of the p25t 12 years, slated ihat as leader of jthe Social Credit party, he I would be committed M nroaden the base of the A former physical teacher, Gark was a s'jc- cessful candidate in the IK'.-, 1963, J967 and 1371 He was mtruSjer of yoj'.h from !966 to J97" of educanon frorr. 1'fsj LJ I Tne youngest of the iour jaad- ,ership hopefuls. Mr. Cart. Vno met with St-ris! Credit backers, and mar.y to-nspeopie 'said that if the SC is to j succeed b politics, i the "leader has go: to coiiv-jire 'people the party can get ahead.'' I 62nd anniversary i TURIN Tr.e cr.lcren. 'grandchildren and grcat-grand- ciildrsi with about 100 tteigh- bors snd friends the com- imunitj- gathered a; the Str> dial Commumty CeaEre to botior 'Mr. and Mrs." G. S. Main on arid .'.Ir5. ''joir, are t of Mrs. BEhr Ztt hy [rf child-en and grand- arid ?-lr. and Mitn -J.-E.-? presented with a o: flowers by the the community LTicv recei'.ej a bouquet of and chrT-'sarilhemurG 40 mph limit KANNA A Dif. ne-- nf Areas Board. the ea.-: SK-roach rr.sti Hanr.a o't Highway a Trie hrrjt is 4.' rsile-s per hotr. LtrcEd of iht fc'nnsr 35 The speei or'y irorr) the junction rjrs-otf to LM south side uf ti'ie bridge. From that rrjir.t the lirrjt :s T'O mp'r. the north to the CN? crossbg. a red'Jc- tiDr: in speed in oriCT over ths tracks a vehicle would >r the limits. Tee increase 10 is Ex- pected to meet with the spr-c- val of most motorists who fe.t rince the was this fail iha! a SO mik bmii was tust a lirJe slow. I For crib quiJts irom i Bodies, bsby lounge from Mac- leods, nursery chair from Park- ers. blanket from Stedmass, j diaper bag from Oddies Drup, booties from Walirite Sboes, and miniature cedar chtst iron Wright's Home Furrjshers. An array of So gift certifi- cates were offered by Robinson Stores. Chinook Cleaaers. Mod- em Upholstery and peters Home Harmotiv Centre, and S5 Elinor mishaps, one fire at Tass ELAIRMORE fCVP Btrre Police and firefighters t said the holicsy season was roost BeJlevue volunteers otw fire 6t a local mo'.El one mil vss damaged. Police said there were a minor mishaps. There are six Inches of sr co tbe grour.d and travel is 1 ardous. Disaster project K.AXXA The disaster exer- cise sponsored by lie local Emergency Measures Organi- zation was successfully carried out. Local co-orcunaior Clarence Elm states that everyone play- ed his part well, and all de- partments were most respon- sive to the simulated emergen- cy. The exercise, unknown to but a few persons, commenced I a mod; explosion and I fire b the Legion Hall, with S2 Grade II students acting es cas-jalties. .An alarm as to the "emer- gency" was sounded at ard with more of the Grace 11 Riga wins post Roy Higa of Taber has been named trans; supervisor for the Tater bus garage as cc July 1. Mr. Higa, who has been a the Taber gar: sfjcerjts acting At a recent meeting the board of trustees of the school divi- sion renewed the subject bearers, the rerr.ovea to as stretcher transportarioa supervisor local has beer out ir. clear main highways ar.d Eirces. casualties were j rr.pved io the Hanna General var.o'js forms of Clare-r? and his assist- ar.t Frar.k Eerie thanked all those who volur.ieered their ser- quired oi a transportation sup- vices in the exercise. ervisor. as has been granted a lal one year extension which will expire June 3-0. The trustees agreed Mr. Higa had c'jririg his employ- ment, many of the Qualities re- School drivers >viii 6 per ceiit hike CLARESHOLM (KX51 Tr.t :e> ffillow Creei school ward has decided to raise the salartes t: bus by six por ar.d tie fees paid for extra-rurrcul- ET trips t'rom fo to School secretaries' ftan with K.KO for psrsoi; with no experience to So.Kv fcr with tour years expert- Cafe'.eria get a six ?er cer.t -j-.rrease. paid staff v-Z be rdift-rl fl 75 i.i are tract for the staff Luus is betr.r. or. he: >-e! for the rural area of soulb- .Albert. >e board tas accepted LSc of D. KeTiton a: Fort Msdeod. Mrs. Farktrisca oi L e t b- :Jce vas reieasai from her 'Jfatic-i ro ;each fa the Willow c-e-t with the ptiauon that she pay baci she received for chpr L-rii-LTf. She ha? ac- ptrii a r- o s i: i o n in -'rs. was au- rlred to to or. half time at r e--.ii reo'jest. Mrs. Sharon COUNTRY NEWS These Are HeraU Correspondents in Your Area MAGRATH MRS. MILDRED HARKtR______...... P.O. Boi 9? MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS P.O. 601 3J9, Milk Rlrtr MONARCH MRS. JACOE DfKKER........... PO Bex 61 NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON P 0. Boi 114 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINB HANSON Gen. D.I. Contact Ihese people fcr vour Dislricl News or Advertising [Nees was put on fiil-Uzie. Bc-th I are at Fort Mscirod. 1 The board wa? by rnair.terarcc Van Toi Lhat sr.crv rstr.ova! at the school at Fort a problem. There is a lack of storage space ?.t ihe F. F. i Waishe Hijh School. Tr.ere is a shortage of shelvir.s LT ;r.c li- bran- of the Caresho'jn J Kich The board arorovM field trips to a c'-eej? fsclor.. a colonN the Glares- holrr. ir.d-i-rriai .AL-porr. Trustees favpro-ri caries o: 'he srhcv1. stiperintcr.- j tier.t's bulletins :o ihs iocs! ad- j boarxis in in the i division. j New ambulance i BROOKS Broois should cet its long-availed bulance early this noruh. council acreed to hire V. Incitistrsps in Calsj.ry 10 equip the Ford van. pur- chased from the former B'5 Twin Motors, wih all [he neces- sary dcM'ccs. i "At present ihe new van is being used as an arobulanre uithout Ihe lustrations, scnce the old one qmt runnnc." ErceU i 1 A v. pti! into tbo old ambulance and act as a spare, be con- j linued. j The work will take nboul one week to complete, if R. Industries hare all Ihe materials hand or then vv.'.lv.n cily. ate i lo coil about fJ.lM, At Dunlop Ford ra ens ranninc '-2 males 1973 our biggest yecr do it v.-e reed you do ffverylhing possible 1o give ycu ;he service, sslsdion and N'Qlue when choosing ys-j' new or newer car. Stcrt ihe New Yeor right ui this week ond drive home a bargain, 1973 PINTO 2 DOOR 1973 PINTO SQUIRE WAGON 1973 COURIER PICKUP ONLY cylinder, 1SCO cc i 'TOUR TOTAL TRANSPORTATION CENTRE" SALES HOURS Wide Doily S n lo p Scturdny 8 ".m. lo 5 ON-THE-SPOT FINANCING! 1510 Mayor Magrath Drive ot 16th Avenue Dial 328-8861 ;