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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Carol Christine Thuradoy, Januory 11, 1973 THE IfTHSRIDGE HESAID _ 3 Horky inquest absolves Addv NEW YEAR'S BABY Carol Cnrisiine Rop is the first 1973 bafay of ;he Coaldols Con-.rnun'ly Her pcre-4s 01-5 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rop cf Coalc'aie. MT. P.M. Ewatycxy, hospil-l s ouxi silver cup en behalf cf Ire cuxi Jon. J. iary president, aives baby Christine en engraved iory. She weighs 3.555 grons and arrived a! 7.40 D.m. -Mary photo TABER (HNS) ''The cir-1 i cujnslances and as i presented at this inquest, in- 'tlieaie that Harold P. Addy ob- served reasonable caution and prudence in driving at the Ejine of this misadventure. "Hence we find thai no blame can be directed at him. "Frank Horky's general phys- ical condition waiting nab- j its were the determining fac- tors that precipitated the acci- dent Erjd ultimately his demise. "We therefore Ijid tiiat no negligence can be charted against Mr. Addy, the Taber General Hospital, or Dr. K. i i So said the siA-man coroner's i jury at the Taber courthouse 'following an inquest. It probed i the cause of oaath of Frank Horky, 72. The accident took place at j-ictiT Ave. end 51st St. here on Nov. 30. 1972. He died in bos- pita] Nov. 25. i The jury comprised Frank Semaka. chairman: Roy How, Walter Stone, Howard Christen- sen. Mrs. Carol Sudon and Stan-. ley Earl. William Gonvieh o! Lcth- bridge represented the attorney general's department. Lawyer Kenneth appeared for Mr. Addy. Karina Muri Dec, permits OK m building TABER r.HNSi Building permits issued by tov.-n office during December t h ree new residences for S56.- COO. a store buildir.E for Southland Cyc'e for SI8.003 and two residential improverr.enLs. Total for the month m con- struction value u-as S77.7CO ar.ti for the year fl.B93.31S. Last year the toial vas with ijo permits issued during December. FIRST BABY AT MAGRATH Kcrinc c-n M-jniclpd Ho'pifC', first child E? 'grs six cr.d c'istrir' -.YE '-wishers is c) ID.-ii p.m. Jen. 2 ci iKe MB- W-. c-.d Ken Rosrr.usssn of Raymond. She Deputy George preserved gifts from s, the mc'her. Indeed, Spc-.ish who 6. Mrs. Rcs-nussen hciis -Mildred Horter Phota Meets tonight COALDALE The CoaWaJe Arts and Crafts will meet at p.m. dsy. Jsn. 11. b USe Coil- dsje to pier, t h e for the sea- KS. Meets Jan. 17 COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Hose and School As- wdation will meet a; p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17. in the mer- room a: Kate An- drews High School. The topic of discussion: Let's Linea to the Kids. A panel ol hi eh school saoents will be present to express A questionnaire pn the home srrf ssfocufrxi nil) swn be sen; to homes ri school-aged ciUdrec. Bottle drive SPARWOOD (HNS' The Church Altar Boys Club rr.ace tentative plans (or a IxcJe drive Sat-jrday. The boys are hoping crse will otter a track and dnv- er to help them with their pro- ject. Ail types of rehrrabis bet- tjes will be accepted. Action deferred i HNS1 The atv poir.traent of committees came before council Monday evening and action was det'er- red until the Jan. 2 meeting. The tndustrts' development committee is being requested lo mate to courtcil as to sppointees to the corjiirjttee. It i? e.wected the volunteer incumbents "ill con- tinue. The municipal planning corn- mission has not been active in itj full Council directed that invitations to act en this commission be made through the local press. The deadline is Jan 19. I Members of council may not 1 Eii on the planning commission. i Heads Born Losers SFAHWOOD (HNSi Spar- wpod Canadian Calorie Crat- ers. Bom Losers Group, recent- ly named Mary Lacey pres- ident. V i c e-president is Darlerte FoXema. Secretary for the coming term is Is-abel'ie Lubir. and trea- siL-er 15 Elaine The group meets each Mor.- Schoo'.. Women w-ho are inter- ested in exercise are urced to attend. Suggest projects T.VBER i HNS i The Taber public works committee wii] at p.m. Jan. 17 to con- sider projects for the provincial government's winter capital Projects suggested are few- er putjail replacement, adrii- 'Jonai rs'.v water storage reser- voir, storm sewer system ar.d General town crainagp. and re- placement o[ w a t e r mains Li the business cV.strict. Grants amounting to 100 per cent rX labor costs for work done from 1 to May 31. and M per cent of 1 a b o r costs tor the remainder of tie year, are available. Home burns SPARWOOD A fire a: z local trailer court com- pletely destroyed a mobile home by He piar.5 to be b Tze lire started about a.m. while Mr. ElLot; was a1, work. Tne SpaxTrood Volunleer Fire DepartjEent and Kaiser Re- sources Fire Departcjerl an- s-.vered the The loss is covered hy insur- ance. To Kitimat SPARWOOD iHNS' 'iar-'ann CXtio feted at a fare'.ve'J party rece-n'.jy a', the TiOrie of Mrs. O.iver. Present were members of ;he staff of the cal Ciiruc where Miss Cj-ko as receptjoms; for the past four years. Her family has fa'-to-! up res- irlcncc at B.C First boy Croicsnest Pass Bureau CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING fernen Deceux, Rep., filairmen Fhont J62-2H9 .MAGRATH i HNS1 F irr. baby boy of the New Year is the 7'-: pound son of Mr. and Mrs. Butch of bom Ja- 7 at the Micrai Mu- nicipal Hospital. Convert tcilets '.HNS' Four ;ects under tlie L-oca! TrOtTam hsA'e wen arjrroveol and men will be hired io- ca-'Iy for the firs; Approved a total of p; labor a: siAi pcr plus a 17 per cen'. con- tmsrency gran; for a Iota; of Fur.os from the amoutit- to will brir.e tha 1 hf.-.dicappec persons. Tiro men be employed for 14 iveeks tirough .March. Scheduled for March. April and May is a reL.-lsce- ment program bvol-.-Lns iw -man-weeks of labor: and fnr April and May. 46 mar.-weeks be used on and cenotaph irnprovemeats and is man-weeks on tot lot and ball park development projects. Teacher returns S7AKIVOOD (HNS i E'.i-eo Berausco. son of JL-. ar.-d Mrs. Lirjo of Spanrood, r e c e n t ly returned home. He rpenl years a: Port Harcourt. as e member of Canadian University Sru- dents Overseas. During his there he taught all grades. Leaves Sparwood SPARWOOD 'HNS1 E i i liquor vendor here, cently ief: with his famiJy fo: his r.e.v at Don Thompson of Cranlrpok the relieving liquor vender latil Mr. Donald's ives. 71 home permits COALDALC 'KNS' Total constrjccio'i fcr here to says. Kerb Fletcher, cevelppineni of- "Tre a of phcaiions ar.6 only three wero i A lota', of 71 permits were is- sued for new family res- j Sewer cleaning 4JOO trees to be planted gestion irco. Jin Taylor. en provided by the is tha: the buljcbg mus; in -4 months on cenirsct forms the prepared and io A n- i'ne tenjer pnce fur csretaiers. cor- ]v- the tcnrn Lr P'jpjc plant trees co. ire C0.1LD.4LE .'HNS- It cv: OS-CM to r-y rt'ta- c cost to be paid Li ad- ci: End isnd saies. 1st- the condiUms ere oat t.-i "land bought .met. severs attcr so-ic. ordere; tor felt a definite wbcy cation in to-Ti. .on charges was necessary. It is A :or lenders for fuei it will curb the arid the naulir.g o: of requests for this serace grave! needed for 1S73 be made after enpioyees" made. regular working hours. j; 5.O3 rubic yards o: three-c-oarter-L-c'r crush-si Sew lingerie and of ru, CO.ALD.AiE fHNS- Das A call for ?r. lack ot to the Durance w h i c h mires Jar.. :iinSerie twhici Vas ;o be rjn twice a wees L a w--.-fo- t h r c e weeks the Coaldaie recreation o't'tce his row cor- c-- tscted ths L'rthbridre rents abrut 2 rJty C-i'Jer.e and his fjunc :t ;aet et f.x- 0 c t. ,v- t...f e to ;r_5 c.asi the once a wees: for six rev. t? NEWS These Are The Uthbridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P.O. 5si US NANCY MILES 304 i'h S.1. ETZIKOM MBS. "HEKLA EHNtS Del. FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGG Bm 3S1 FAITH MBS. THEKLA EHNES Gen. TV is to b-? S..7? I: last yosr. firs; J5 Tlie fee is Co-jnctJ'rjr Jr-hr. Gosser. For fvr.her reser.tafv? o: t'-e hca'.tn unit office. p'.a-.-erl t? the tHese people for your District or Classified Advertising Looking for REAL Carpet Value? rr-.a arxi epairs icences amounting to a build- Other rorrmis: 12 for home sbt for ard irdusrris! applications, !0 caj-ages s n d csrports: six ?_rc- 3 v.-as in the of 5. The Easy Choice. The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. 'Snip ribbon at Pinchcr Saturday FTNCMn CREEK ( THREE "FASHION LEADER CARPETS (T.M.i MADE EX- opening" of the CLUSIVEIY FOR JORDANS ET BURLINGTON. NOW r.-vhcr Creek 'and rtst-ir; FOR WEEKS ONLY COMPLETELY INSTALLED AT Hi! wj be held THESE LOW. LOW PRICES. INSTALLED IROADLOOM SALE! ONE PRICE INCLUDES; 1. 'Foshicn lecdrr Corpct (7.M-) 7 Luxurious Rubber Cushion 3 Jordons Skilled Mayor Jusn T e r r. TWEED ROYALE I BOLD VENTURE ,49 Seagram's FIYESIAR CANADIAN HYB WHISKY tvnC The 'hiii SALE v.-ll! bo to the public at 9 with rubber cushion sq'yd- iilujtrated gracefully flowing Carlos MI.A, turcd patlern in beautiful jhadri. 12 SALE Installpd with rubber cushion sq. yd. Es'.'fT.rlv herd wpovnp clcse'v v. pilp A t-rnutiful orrcy cf II neu-pH WINDWARD SALE C-99 Installed with rubber cushion sq. yd. 15 oS'lv rylcl colo: selection _ 17 in o'l. Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky, 'M 1'ic HOME- For the service cind odvicr c' n courteous Jordons specialist in vour own Some please .-n- t-.e..jj.c Jhcv .vc Vour neorest Jordons Store. He will assist you in choosing the right carpet, colour onri tevtuir and you en cs Kind fir''and .'ackic obligotioiv I.olhbridcc. fltkl TVr- WHEN YOU DtAl WITH YOU OEAL WITH SOMEONE 1OU CAN TRUST! -oJcJ inj IvlUcJ t-j Joseph L. Suiiara K'j o, Ont. drag's will Iv ir.r.cic dtir- I ho fi.Miin.c: ore for a lin.c sltvr cionatorf by Vncos Kutichini: Ltd. ar.d tho othor Your atiuronci of laiiifadion ii for .1 cv'.ilnxl TV SCI donated Jordani 43 ysor rfputatior for by Iho Knifhts nl Co'.umKis. quoiiiy ond iprvitf ond in. Vt-.v.ssim Iv SS JXT under >o.irs lo Iv Jordans WE HAVE CARPETS FOR EVERYONE! Open Doi.'y 9 o.m. to p m. Thurs. till 9 p.m. Jcr LOCATED DOWNTOWN AT 315 olh 5T 5. PhONE 327-1103 OU7-OMOWN RESIDENTS MAY PHONf COltrcT. Convinirr pi'dpff Plcnl Sc Dc.n Pomrnl ;