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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PONY EXPRESS Scott Olsen, The Herald's paper man at Leavitf, west of Cardston, serves his customers by- horse 'on a wide-ranging paper route. His customers appreciate his prompt, efficient service. Thanks, a job well done. Don't we wish we had a dozen more like you to serve our farm readers. Push museum on initiatives By MARG LUNN Special Correspondent PINCHER CREEK En- couragement has been given to the Pincher Creek and District Historical Society by the Town of Pincher Creek and the Al- berta department of youth and recreation to apply tor inclu- sion of the museum project for assistance from the local ini- tiatives program of the depart- ment of manpower. As a winter works project the museum would have to be finished by" May 31 but the amount of money that would have to be raised locally would be cut in half. The Pincher Creek historical society now has and would need to raise Hiis to at leest to proceed with the building, even at half price. A special meeting of the so- ciety, envisaged the first-stage museum building as 36 ieet by 60 feel and nine feet high, of concrete block construction and including necessary plumbing, gas, and wiring. Such a building can be erect- ed if the society can raise 000 or more during January. Organizing a campaign to raise this amount will be the business of the meeting of the historical society to be held in the Pincher Creek town hall at 8 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 9. This meeting is open to ev- eryone interested. RESTAURANT OPENS HAMILTON (CP) Cater- Plara Services, the catering divi- sion of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, has opened its first on-slreet res- taurant in the lobby of a Hamil- ton office building. The CNIB catering program has grown to a total of 530 cafeterias, can- teens, executive dining rooms and other outlets. TSurttlcy, Jmuory 6, THt IFTHMIDOI HHALD J First aid work spurred by Zak COLEMAN (CMP Bureau) Crjuncil has approved a request by Fire Chief Henry Zak for permission to hire a first aid Water, sewage service wanted By ALICE E. WADE Herald News Service SHAUGHNESSY During the latter part of 1971, a Tax- payer's Association was form- ed here. The chairman is Heinz Eiekhoff; secretary is Gordon Wylio; other committee mem- bers are Peter Van den Hen- gel, Merlin Wylie and Allan Hanrja. The purpose of the organiza- tion is for the betterment of j the people of Shaughnessy, the main project is to get water j and sewage. At the first meeting, J. Nicol, newly elected councillor for Lethbridge County 26, for this area, was present. Some improvements request- ed are levelling of the skating rink, grading of roads in town I and lights for the skating rink first two were clone im- mediately. The meetings will be held ev- ery second Monday of each month. The next one will be held Jan. 10 at 7 p.m. at the Shaughnessy School. A good attendance would be appreci- ated. In other news, shortly before the Christmas season, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wade and their son. Dennis entertained the oldsters at St. Joseph's Home for the Aged at Medicine Hat, where Mrs. Wades father Mr. Henry F. Schneider, 82, is 'a guest. The home is under the direc- tion of the Carmelite Sisters, seven in all, who along with three employees, look after 65 guests. Some of the more able guests help with cooking, dish- es, maintenance work and gar- dening, and really enjoy it as it makes them feel useful. COALDALE (HNS) The Barons-Eureka Health1 Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: HAYS: Tuesday, Jan. 11, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Jan. 11, in the Lib-ary Build ing, from 10 a.m. to 12 norm and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Jan. 11, in the health unit office in the Ad- ministration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday, Jan. 12, in the school from to p.m. VAUXHALL: Wednes- day, Jan. 12, in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE; Thursday, Jan. 13, in the health unit office in the Town Office Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Jan. 13, in the health unit office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. SHAUGHNESSY: Friday, Jan. 14, in the school from to p.m. Fluoride tablets are avail able at all clinics free of charge. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- iB8; Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, med ical officer of health, urges parents to ensure.their children are fully protected against con- tagious disease. PINCHER CRCEK (Special) The Chinook Health Unit will conduct the following well baby clinics during January PINCHER CHEEK: Wednes day, Jan. 5, health unit office, 10-30 to a.m. and to p.m. CLARESIIOLBI: Tuesd a y, Jan. 6, elementary school, to p.m. STAVELY: Monday, Jan. 10, home economics room, to p.m. COLEMAN; Tuesday, Jan. 11, Miner's Hall, to a.m. and to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, Jan. 12. health unit office, to a.m. and to p.m. BLAIRMORE: Thursday, Jan. 13. health unit office, to a.m. and to p.m. H1LLCREST: Friday, Jan. 14, credit union office, to a.m. BELLE VUE: Friday, Jan. 14, town hall, to p.m. FORT HIACLEOD: Tuesday, Jan. 18, health unit office, to p.m. PINCHEU CREEK: Wed- nesday, Jan. 19, health unit of- fice, to a.m. and to p.m. CLARES H 0 L M: Thursday, Jan. 20, elementary school, to p.m. GRANUM: Friday, January 28, high school lunchroom, r.M to p.m. CORRECTION! OUR MONDAY RED TAG SALE ADVERTISEMENT SHOULD HAVE READ: CARPET ROLL ENDS CLEARANCE REGULAR SALE i 2750 1495 foreit Hill Green, wool, iq. I1.7J A 05 4 75 Black-green, evlqn, iq. yd...... U.7 J J 1 11 QC L QC K.d Shag, nylon, so, yd.................. W.7J 1 1A 01 IQ 01 Shag, nylon, iq. yd................... I U.7 J I O.7 J 1295 895 Sculptured Orange, poly.Her, iq. W. J x12' 1495 11 95 Shag, Blue-Green, nylon, iq. yd............. n.7rf I I 78 sq. yd. IJOS 70S wool, iq. yd..........I We 7 J f 7 69'q. Yd- 8.95 5.00 Hi low nylon, sq. yd......... MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM We rogrel any thit may hav( cauiodl 326 5th Street South Phone 327-8578 i man to train members of the Coleman Volunteer Fire Bri- gade. Gas company foreman Joe Beigun reports his crew now has more than 700 services in town. An award of merit was re- ceived by the Coleman Water Company from the Western Canada section of the Ameri- can Water works Association for the excellent record enjoy- ed by the local company in the waterworks industry. Due to increased costs of sal- aries and other items council felt it will have to give serious consideration to various items on the town budge! and may have to curtail some services the citizens now enjoy. A report from the Chinook Health Unit indicated the town water is good. Council instructed the town work crews to do some need- ed repairs to the town dam as soon as weather permits. The public works department was commended for the good work it did keeping roads and streets in town free of snow dunng recent blizzards. Mayor John Holyk and coun- cil judged Coleman Iwmes Dec. 27 and announced the winners of the decorated homes con- test. They are: Donald Filafilo, W. Kozak and Mrs.. Erna Malan- chuk. Fourth prize was split by Jasper Jones, R. Franz, Jr. and. John Russell. Mr. and Mrs. M. Streanka of Vauxhall were hired to take over the duties of caretaker for the town hall and council chambers. It was reported Don Flem- ing, formerly of Coleman, has been hired and has com- menced duties as assistant sec- retary-treasurer. At Cardston THANKS FOR A JOB WELL DONE Presentations were made to band directors of Cordston bands by the Dean Eoyd high school bond executive recently. From left: Russell, vice-president; Anne Daines, president; Hunter, junior high band director; Lervae Cahoon, master of ceremonies; and William Nelson, senior high band director. Hull Photo UwJl ('r Roundup of District News rfSTFX Back in custody CRANBHOOK Set for preliminary hearing on a cliarge of kidnapping Philip Porter at Kimberley June, Earl Bennett of Kimberley is back in custody at Cranbrook and bail has been re- voked. 86 convictions This was result of a Fernie based RCMP charge of break- ins and entering, and Bennett was picked up at Kimoerley for the summons. His counsel is Fred Bsrry of Kimberley. UUi Bennett had already served wnen there were 130. TABER tions in (HNS) Convic- maintenancc supen'isor, and Art Park, transportation super- visor. They will be honored at Taber magistrate's' a dinner meeting of the school court during November total-1 at Petrie's Pantry here Monday led 86, the highest since June evening, Jan. 10. Each worked Highway traffic act viola- tions totalled 34. There were 29 liquor control act infractions. adult was jailed for theft of a pick-up truck. Three juveniles, one previous record, were with a placed on probation, two for stealing a car and the third for theft of goods valued under Breaking, entering and theft occurred at the town's equip- ment garage. Gasoline stolen the sair.B night from a local garage, is still outstanding on the police department books. Queen's counsel FARMERS' HELPER R. Jamie Williamson, 24, re- cently assumed duties OS assistant to district agriculturist Murray F. Wilde at Taber office. He completed his bachelor of science degree in agriculture at the University of Alberta. Mrs. Williamson comes to Alberta from Ontario. Gibb Phoio. Pot-luck supper, pageant held at Iron Springs United Church a prison sentence on convic-1 lion of attempted extortion from the Porter youngster's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robin Porter, now of Trail, and on sentence completion in Nbvem- ber was charged with the kid- napping. No trace of the 14- year-old has ever been found. Beef improves CRANBROOK Bill Bradford, agent for Cran- brook Sales Point, attended the co-operative's annual meeting at Pincher Creek. He reported the 13 sales at Cranbrook in 1971 sold licad at a return of J760.783. The return was a new high though the number of head was below the previous top. This is RAYMOND (HNS) Two in part due to higher beef i former Raymond men, Stephen prices in 1971, but also to im- Heart Wood and Donnel provements of Koctenay best: O'Brien Sabey, were among 24 quality to a higher price range.' recent Queen's counsel appoint- ments. Both men are now resi- Seeks tenders eMr son of the CRANBROOK lale T' George Wood and Mrs. B.C. Hydro has called tenders for electoral area street light- Cobhain St. ratepayers just west of city limits, where rate- payers will operate them at about a year. Regional District 'of East Kootenay, on petition, was agent for the right angle illu-' TABEH (HNS) Long ser- mination with 22 standards to vice awards will be presented cany 250-watt mercury vapor, to Taber school division em- lights. ployces William M a 1 i n s k y, 25 years. To burn trees COALDALE (HNS) -The In Criminal Code cases, one Csaldale Volunteer Fire De- partment mil sponsor the an- nual Christmas tree burning at p.m. Sunday, Jan. 9, on the is the son of the (Bush) Sabey and graduates 1 Raymond High School. Win awards of vacant lots east of across the Southern railroad Feeds tracks. All proceeds will go to fight muscular dystrophy. A SATISFYING DIET THAT WORKS! Take off pounds... and Jeep them off! That's the promise of the "Workingman's Diet" an amazingly effective eat- ing program described in Jan- uary Header's Digest Unlike most diets, this one was de- signed by a doctor to fit the budget, schedule and eating pleasures of the average man or woman who worts. Includ- ed are menu suggestions for three good meals a day plus a unique new calorie counter listing a wide variety of nutritious itoods. If you're tired of "fad" diets and want to enjoy losing weight, read THE WORKINGMAN'S DIET in January Reader's Digest. Get your copy today! IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Eighty people were in attcn- A choral background was provided by a quartet of sc- iron Springs United Church re- cently. Following supper a pageant, The Tinsel Fairy, was present- d by the Sunday school class- es, under the direction of Mrs. C. Miller. Baskin. In tlie evening the church was filled to capacitv when the Iron Springs CGIT Sunshine Spreaders, also directed by Mrs. Miller, presented a can- dlelisht Vesper service. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Dgtoujt, Reiidenl Rep., Blairmore 'horn 562-2149 These Are The Lethktdge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHALL MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. Bo. 239 ST'IUING RUTH ZAUCC General Delivery TABER ROSS GIBS P.O. Box 2187 TYRRELL'S LAKE MRS. MART HAMLINC P.O. Ion 97, Wrcnlham WARNER MRS. PEARL UEIELT General Delivery Contact these people tor your District Newi Claulfltd Advertlilnf MARTENS Phone 345-3933 FOODLINER COALDALE STOCK REDUCTION SALE! Diet quon, Hoppy Time Fruit Cocktail Do" Ginger Ale i AO golloni I -07 tins 3 for 07C Chopped Walnuts 2lb, 1.59 Chocolate Chips Hot Chocolate 2lb, 69c Peanut Butter Squirr" Apple Juke Y'rk........ Coffee 89c Tea Bags .rior.qrk............w, 79c Cake Mix Duncan Hinei phg. 39c MEATS CHUCK STEAK or ROAST Ib.............. STEW Ib.............. HOME MADE PORK SAUSAGES Ib.............. RIBLETS 3 Ibs........... FAMILY PAC PORK CHOPS Ib.............. FAMILY PAC PORK STEAKS Ib.............. CHICKEN BREASTS Ib.............. 39c 79c S9c 99t 69c 49c 39c CHRISTMAS CANDY AND NUTS CLEARING UP TO OFF Bananas 7 Ibs. Lettuce, head 9c Suey Choy Bek Choy Ib. 19c Olives, Bicks 69e Hostess Chips 2 for 79c Fruit Cake 3 Ibs. 1.79 MARTENS Phone 345-3933 FOODLINER COALDALI ;