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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD Widneidoy, January 11, 1V72 LIONS AID HOSPITAL St. Vincent's Hospital, Pincher Creek, has acquired a cardiac 'monitoring machine, re- corder and defribiiator thanks to a donation from the Pincher Creek Lions Club. Joe L. Bonertz, presi- dent, presents a cheque to hospital administrator Oliver Haigh. The hospital women's auxiliary donated and the hospital picked up the balance of the cost. Creek Echo Photo. Mrs. Brady elected by auxiliary NOBLEFORD (Special) The Ladies Auxiliary to the Nobleford branch of the Royal Canadian Legion held its an- nual meeting recently with the following elected to office for the coming year: Mrs. Evelyn Brady, president; vice-presi- dent, Mrs. Mildred MeCurrach; secretary, Mrs. Mini Bennink; and treasurer, Elsie Renner. Executive: Mes dames M. Moulton, C. Pike, E. Smith, I. Stoller, G. Erickson, and N. Smith. Sergeant at arms is Mrs. L. Farough and the chaplin is Mrs. A. Sjogren. Installation will take place Monday, Jan. 24. Legion chiefs continue in office NOBLEFORD (Special) At a recent meeting of the Noble- ford branch of the Royal Cana- dian Legion, it was decided those currently in office would continue for another year. They are: president J. F. Harrington; vice president Walter Phillips; secretary Don- ald MeCurrach; treasurer Gor- don Luchia and sergeant at arms, Leroy Thompson. A social evening, for all Le- gionaires, will be held Jan. 22 in the Nobleford Royal Cana- Legion Hall in conjunc- tion with the Legion zone curl- ing play-offs slated to take place here Jan. 22 and 23. The Nobleford branch will hold the annual branch bons- piel Feb. 4-5. A social evening is set for Feb. 5 in the Legion Hall. million earmarked for incentives program OTTAWA (CP) The federal government will spend another ?50 million on grants for. job- creating winter projects pro- posed by private groups, Man- power Minister Otto Lang said Tuesday. The amount will be added to the ?50 million available to pri- vate groups under the Local Ini- tiatives Program announced Oct. U. The million allo- cated for municipal projects re- mains unchanged. Also unchanged is the Jan. 31 deadline for submission of appli- cations, Mr. Lang said. He reported that private ap- plications have been outnumber- ing municipal proposals by al- most three to one. The depart- ment had received private applications and municipal applications by Monday. More than million in grants had been approved for the 898 private applications ac- cepted so far, compared with 408 municipal applications ap- proved for almost million. PLAN MORE GRANTS Mr. Lang said another mil- lion in grants to private groups and million to municipalities would be announced shortly. Applications were still arriv- SKATING LESSONS NATAL (HNS) Sparwood Activities dub skating lessons will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4 to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 2 to 5 p.m. Mothers and toddlers have the ice each Wednesday from 1 to 3 p.m. Natal arena schedule NATAL