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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wtdnndar, January 12, THf LtTHHIDGE HERALD 3 RDEK budget now under study to Postmaster transferred NATAL (HNG) District of Sparwood council has received a copy of the provincial bud- get oi the Regional District of East Kootenay. It amounts to This budget was tunied over to the finance committee under the chairmanship of Aid. Molly Doratty for study. A donation of was made to the British Columbia Sports Hal] of Fame. Word was received from the department of highway indi- cating the Sparwood to Elkford road has become a controlled access highway. Council appointed Herb For- sythe to the technical planning board for 1972. The building inspector re- ported building permits issued in 1971 amounted to compared to in 1970. On the recommendation of the advisory planning commis- sion, council approved the plants of Shell, Canada for loading facilities located on OPR property in Sparwood. A sub-division was also ap- proved for Daniel Tire Service. The plans for Pacific Pe- troleum were approved. The mayor appointed com- mittees for the year 1972: Pub- lic works, Altoraare and finance and adminis- tration, Doratty and Fair- dough; parks and cemetery, Eberts and Altomare; public r e 1 a tons and advertising, Eberts and Doratty; health, safety and pollution, Taylor and and civil de- fence, DeLuca and Altomare; urban renewal and industrial development, Fairclough and Taylor; planning, Taylor and Fairclough; recreation and Sparwood Community Develop- ment Association, Doratty and DeLuca. Representative for the hos- pital board is Eeg Taylor; for the RDEK, Mayor Louis Ungaro; and for the senior citizens society, Harry Eberts. RAYMOND (HNS) F. Glass, postmaster for the pas two years, has been transfer red to Coaldale. Mr. Glass and his family wi be leaving soon. His successor has not been named. Mr. Glass came to Raymond from Fox Valley, Sask. While residents here they have been active in the community. Mrs Glass is an accomplished pi anist. Mr. Glass has been ac live in the Raymond Rotary Club. EXTRA DAY PINCHER CREEK (HNS) Leap Year, 1972, gives Pincher Creek ratepayers an additiona day for the discount allowance on 1972 property taxes. Tues day, Feb. 29, is the last day for the discount. Ratepayers may base their rate of pay- ment on last year's tax state- ment. Decoux Photo. SECRETARY FETED Steve Kubasek of lundbreck, left, receives a plaque of ap- preciation for "outstanding service" lo the Willow Valley Trophy Club. He Is receiv- ing the plaque from club president Dave Glenn. Mrs. kubatek holds her gift, a bouquet of flowers. Mr. Kubasek has been secretary of Ihe club lines February, MARKS 90th BIRTHDAY Albert W. Beaves of the Chinook Senior Citizen's Home, Cardslon, recently mark- ed his 90th birthday. Noting the event were two sons, Ted of Murray, Utah, and Jack, Provo; five daughters, Mrs. Jake (Pauline) Dempel and Mrs. Elmo (Olivot) Prince, both of Edmonton, Mrs. Harry (Adelaide) taw, Hemet, Calif, Mrs. Grover (Pearl) Thomas and Mrs. Willis (touise) Shipley, both of Glenwood; 36 grandchildren; 96 great grandchildren; six great, great grandchildren, Mr. Beaves, always smiling, is enjoying good health. Snoiv rigs cause mishaps RAYMOND (HNS) No been Injured in snowmobile ac- names have been released, lowever doctors have confirm- ed more than 10 people have Choirs sing [6th century music Jan. 19 MILK RIVER -The Erie livers Junior and Senior High Schools will present a com- >ined concert Wednesday, Jan. 9 at 8. p.m. in the Milk River High School auditorium. Two choirs, directed by Ron- ald I. Langlo, will feature a trogram of choral music vary- ng from 16th and 17th century secular and sacred composi- ions to current popular stan- dards. The pieces on the program should appeal to many differ- ent tastes and age groups. The public is cordially in- rated to attend There is no price for admis- sion. cidents. Rev. Schuster speaks Catholic women gather By PEARL L1EBELT Herald News Service WARNER The Warner Catholic Women's League met recently at the home of Mrs. John Heppler, with Mrs. Cath- erine Drake as co-hostess. The meeting was opened with a prayer led by Miss Pauline Troidl. Mrs. Victor Pittman, con- vener, reported on the banquet served to the East Neighbor- hood Club. Miss Betty Biggers, Miss Gaii Biggers, Mrs. Boyd Big- gers, Miss Louise Pittman as- sisted with the serving. The money received was donated to the Cup of Milk Fund. Many thanks to the workers. Mrs. John Moshurchak re- ported catering for the Lions' supper was successful. Mrs. Victor Heppler report- ed on the Christmas party. The gifts brought by the children were delivered to the Indian reserves at Cardston and Fort Macleod. A gift of candy and cookies was sent to Miss Alice Mohan, now a resident of Ridgeview Lodge, Raymond. Mrs. John Moshurchak spon- sored the program on cultural family life. Father John Beef breeders organize CRANBROOK (Special) ffftfirt The Kootenay Beef Breeders I UIUM, Association, covering both East and West Kootenay, has been organized by ranchers. President is Waldo Dixson, Moyie; vice president. Hay Van Steinburg, Wycliffe; secre- tary treasurer. Allen Wolfcn- dcn, Brisco; and directors are Robert Fulton, and Hay Dort- man, both of Creston. Alfred Trescher and Harold Mitchell, both of Brisco, and George Beas of Fernie. The organization plans to sponsor an annual quality reg- istered bull sale. canvass wins okay RAYMOND (HNS) Per- mission has been granted to the National Heart Foundation to make a canvass for support- ing funds in the town. Permission was granted by the mayor and council. It is understood the door-to- door calls will be made early next month. Aldermen sworn into office NATAL (HNS) District of I Mayor Louis Ungaro asked Sparwood aldermen sworn into Ihe aldermen to put aside their office were Harry Eberts, An- thony DeLuca and Frank Fair- clough. private interests in favor of the interests of the residents of the district. Schuster presented slides on baptism with a taped narra- tive. Father Schuster also gave a short lesson on being a Chris- tian woman; to accept others as they are; to be particularly charitable towards others. A lively discussion wai held during the lunch hour. Library meeting set for Jan. 18 WARNER (HNS) The Jan- uary meeting of Ihe Warner Women's Institute was held st me home of Mrs. A. Stroms- moe wibh Mrs. C. Anderson the co-hostess. Fourteen members, one vis- itor and two girls club mem- bers were present. Roll call involved care of Christmas events of the holidays, handicrafts and their history End good wishes for the New Year. Minutes of the December meeting were read and ap- proved. Correspondence: "Thank you" notes from Alberta Hos- pital, Cup of Milk Fund, Cana- dian Mental Health Associa- tion. The annual library meeting will be held Jan. 18 at 2 p.m. The rug went to Ken Dun- can, New Dayton. Everyone reported a success- ful family Christmas party. Mrs. A. Stromsmoe will at- tend the library board meet- ing as representative from the WI. The 1972 program was re- viewed, corrected and will be ready for the members at the February meeting. Typing and duplicating will be done by Mrs. J. Liebelt. Mrs. M. Herbst, handicraft convener, gave an informative paper on how to choose a pat- tern and many other hints on creating a wardrobe. She also showed useful and pretty quick-crafts to fill the empty spots where the Christmas dec- orations were. Angela Pittmsn introduced Myrna Rains. She gave a re- port of the Jolly Janes Christ- mas party. They entertained their mothers and WI mem- bers and went carolling. They had games and lunch in the Elks Hall. District four conference will be held at Medicine Hat, March '21 and 22. An agriculture short course will be held at Milk River Thursday, Jan. 13. Birthday gifts went to Mrs. M. Ovans, Mrs. V. Heppler and Mrs. Liebelt. Tea gifts went to Mrs. A. Trbidl and Mrs. Liebelt. Rev. Moermaii named chairman NOBLEFORD (Special) At the reorganizational meeting of the Local Advisory Board to Noble Central School, Rev. John Moerman was chosen chair- man. Mrs. Lucinda Luchia is vice- chairman and Anthony Groten is secretary treasurer. Jake Wurtz was appointed to the control committee. Principal Paul Goldade re- ported Grades 1 to 3 are now participating in a pilot project a new curriculum for the province. A tenlative date for the an- nual public meeting for Noble Central School was set for March 8. More district on page 9 IIIIIIIII1IIIIII irTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlJTTTIIIIIIIHIIIlTTTTTTTrilTTTTTrTTTlITIIIlTTTTlt 1 1 1J. 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