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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Fridoy, January U, THE LETHIRID6I HEKMi 3 Joan Hearn slwucr set for Jan. 17 ETZIKOM (UN'S) The. Faith Sacred Heart Catholic Women's League met at the home of MR. .Marion Halver- son. Rev. Brian Hubka led in and gave a spiritual talk. Il was decided to hold a show- cr for Miss Joan Hearn Jan. 17 at and a communiiy show- er for Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Harty (who recently lost their home by fire) Jan. 21 at 2 p.m. Bah showers "ill be held in the Hop- ins Community Hail. The Diamond Jubilee of the Faith Roman Catholic Church was discussed and tabled for the February meeting. By CA. Weekes turers, Scouts and Cubs all had z good holiday and helped oth- Fair board improves Piuclier PKCHER CREEK (Sperial1 The Pincher Creek and Dis- trict Agriculture Society, re- ports Jlrs. F. Z a c h a r. secre- tary, mace positive improve- ments to the grounds ir. 1972 the use r' a Manpower grant. A new outdoor rodeo and show arena, cattle and shoep show arena were built. The comTrttnity hall, built with a S25 000 Manpower a S50.0W Alberta mcnl gran; and a guaranteed Iran through the Bari of Com- merce, is s credit to ''the ef- forts of many." The actual building of the hall was turned over to a hali board comprising representa- tives of all those involved in me project, such as service clubs. A lease agreement was made between the hail beard and agricultural society givir.g the haU bo-jd 13 years Ln which to repay the loan and having use of the haU curjjg the fair at r.o cost. Mr. Cylinder of the depart- ment of agriculture attended a meeting as li'Js project v.-ss es- pecially important ali groups in the conitnuti-ty were workir.s together on it. The agricultural society or- ganized the fair. St. Michael's Sciioo; Bar.d. the Ftncber Creek Band ard the Taber Ger- r.a-i Band The new hzli a'L- fair exhibits. Tnere were niany fa- vorabie festive season is now at Taber. Has your group tick- behind us and the untrajn-' ets on hand to sell1 melled future lies ahead. Get your names in for the hope you leaders, Adven- Southern Alberta Jamborette Camp Impeesa in early July. Start talking and planning Re- ei-s less fortunate to have a member that which is not plan- good one. ced usually does not happen. Now is a rieht good time to Hi-ho lor the life of a writer! h-jid out a few thank yous from We met Scouler Lew Blair dui- the bean ing Lhs holiday. He did not say Our first goes to the Lelh- i how CP Rail is getiing along bridge Herald and publisher- i without him but just between editor Cleo Mowers for unum- i you and me and the nearest tent bered kindnesses to scouting. J peg, we (eel that he is getting The rest go to people in high along fine without the railway. ar.d in low stations in life who j He is scouting ail day long and believe that "it is easier to build j in his dreams too. boys than to mend It's': Furthermore he is tackling a lies', lo lead or follow in accor-1 mountainous job of writing, dance wiih. whatever position i From his copious notes of yes- you hold in life. i teryear he is doing a follow-up This naturally applies to all i oa his boys in packs asd troops bore from Beavers to Rovers, j that he once led or founded, never forgetting all leaders who j And we thought that just writ- all have a bit of that ''boy at: ing our memoirs was job hear." outlook. enough. Good going. Scouter wish you. each and ev-iLew! eryone a truly Happy New Greetings go out. a bit Year: This wish is eriend- belatedly perhaps, to three ed also to our sister movement! Scouts who earned their Gold the Girl Guides. Here is the I Citizen Badge this past fail. Irish biessir.g I would wish all: They are Allan Hogensen of May the road rise to meet j Stirling ard Brad Harper ar.d 'you. I Bruce Stkiya, both of Lclh- May the wind be always at i bridge. 'your back. Speaking of badges as we j May the sun shine warm upoa I have before, this winter season "your face. gives the ideal opportunity of Addy sees hospital beds for nursing home patients By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TAEER Thomas H. Addy. chairman of the Taber General Hospital board, has come up i w i t h a plan to keep nursing home patients in Taber Mr. Addy would like U> see empty hospital beds here used for nursing horns palieras. .S'jcn a plan could be carried ou; under the name of ''extend- ed bed care'' he sale. NO-.V '.he hospital is operatir.g at 40 per cent bed capacity.' Sixty per cent of the beds are no; being used. A committee vril] be lormed to discuss the feasibility of the plan. Mr. Addy would iiite u> see the committee comprised of hospital board members, hospi- tal medical staff, and citizens at Targe, including the local pensioners' group. "In this said Mr. Addy. "any opposition to the plan, or any nsn ideas, can be brought funvard and worked into tbe plan." Ho said an extended bed cars committee would lliely struck right away. come aud go B> C. A. WEEKES Herald Neus Service CO'.VLEY Does compensation poarc. l'Lrs. James McKay had a iiurned trip to Bcn-iOtito.t to see her brother who was taken to eier r.appen 12 a hospital after a serious acci- C-.iss nave oar.K den. was working underneath his He stifered a crushed The rains fall srft upm your fields And until we meet again May God hold you m tie palm working towards team games, artists, skiers, winter campers and anglers badges. Ever try WINS LIFE MEMBERSHIP Mrs. August (Alrrc; Hsb- cf :r.e Bc-s-s Order c! the re- cz-f v.'.-- P'-'-'ey !-s 5. hc-o-ed Tyci icdy, rr. Tne'r is G 25-ye" c-d hss cge G-' proieots. make the bead'-Lie. But viia: about the iittie piac-es like d....-1-.jg ver_. K.-.-n jjj- at Barrhead. IL o'j Dei it ooes. _ Aijcy Thomas spent several cays iri St. Vincent's Hospital at Pin cher Creek before bein: 0-- moved to a Ca'.garv Hosprtal -or and Tustisn Have vou a friend laid un at 01 His hand. We received hearty greednes j home or in hospi'-al? VThile we from. Scourer Bemie Grose "of i admit it is nice to take a list of Toronto to be extended to all. work covered aad assignments likewise from Scouler Jerry from school, it is really racer Prlchat of Brooks. if you take him some form of Did any of you who follow foe hobby. Recovery is greatly Flip Wilson Show see him re-' hastened by having a brand cently when be appeared as a new experience of doing Wolf Cub along with his Boy i thing whether it b? fciirang. Scout friend. Jim Naybor. stamp collecting, rug hooking or Comer Pyle to you? This is petit-point. We did help wirh jroof that" the Scoii mm-ement i thinp like that m hospitals is reaily getang to be recog- overseas in the Second World nized. Let us sssnd up and be War and it works. counted in the game of scout- Do you know that there is a irg.' definite speed limit for power- Already we must be prepar- driven vessels on Beaver Mines ir.g ourselves for the big ev- Lake? It has been officially 5-et of 1P77. Is everyone reels- at E5 mph. That is the lake at ;rred? Fine: Next, it won't be Camp fmpeesa. ior.g until the birthday of our the wjidir.g UD of the foundc---. Lord Robert Baden prefeiit se.meiter corr.iag up. do l-'owpll. Have go: a big best and Good Luck! idr.15 for the ance of To all the Beai ers in rew Scnui-Giiide in February? Colony starting this may ,'ust before that, on Feb. 17 to we wish Happy Tree Felling: bo exact, cozies the Ice Rodeo Good hunting. aH: Edir.CT.tor. where he tirj? re-.-'-dtEi and spent iheL- Christmas and New under Year's holiday their i'te of the workmen's caughters. Mrs. R. Mac- Laren st Peace River and Mrs. D 'Joyce: Waits a: Ed.-onton. Parents and neighbors con- gregated at Lii-lngstone School a: L'jn-dbreck re-centiy for the annual caroi sir.ging of the low- er End ir.ierrnediaie graces Peter Iwasiuk, p-incipal, pre- sided at this affair. This winter Mrs. Agnes Thi- bert has conducted a kindergar- ten in the Cowley Cotrmunity Hail as part of the Heacstan I Program and her tyjpiis on a special Christmas enter- friends, a rauch enjoyed occa- sion. Tne suffered greatly during the recent clii- nook Vvien the cold weather es- tablished itssif agair, three '..-v ca! Eddie Johnson, Weekes and Gar." Kack- ier. ?pent long night hours re- Costs money to oppose rate liike PKOiER CREEK 'Speciii) co'Lincil studied a ICMT from the Alberta L'rban MTJ- rjcjpajties .Association advising pn the C-JSLS of opposing a Cal- gary Power rate increase. I: was noted that those mu- nicipalities that want to partici- pate in a joint submission 1 against the increase) would hr. e to guarantee the AUMA a contribution of SI per capita to offset the cost of the submis- sion shouid the Public Utilities not assess costs of the hearing to Calgary Power Ltd. A resolution was passed that the Town of Pincher Creek cuesili'r the provincial go-.-em- about the "peculiar sei- regarding the Public Utili- ties Board. Ir. other business i'. was noted irat the projected Fjrplus. ex- pjTfdiiure; for curb and guUEr, ccntir.rendes for pavbg not contributions owing from the wsterrarks department, re- funos fro- the Chinook Healih Unit and the Foundation p'ograiri have made a surplus of approximately S36.0OT pos- sible. Co'i-icilor Haigh. chair- man of finance, noted be would his recommendations for the disposition of this sur- plus into reserves sometime in January. Mayor J. Teran nrteri thai 9 meeting was held with councils of Pincher Creei MH and of Cowley re- gardinE the idea of a aunicipai hospital. Mayor Tera_i and Councillor J. were appointed to the commission set up by meetbg to further Investigate rr.ijr-icitial hospital idea, C-oinciiior Oh'-.'er Haig'n. hospi- a 1 admuusu-aior. abstained fro-, the discrussioa oa the nisi- Open house TABER (HNS1 Tnomas is obsar.'itiE his ?t- birthday at an open house ii-om 6 to S Sarurcay. Jan in trie LDS Church Stake Centre. Mrs Menfeihali uill mart; her birthday the sa-e cay. r-ey request th.-.t to gifis be Return furniture CCALPALE i HNS' Mrs. Mike Batycky. president of the Coaidale Conir.iunity Hospital Women's Auxtiiar.-. ard r.ieni- bors leartiod the rt-'.v fumiiure for the waiting rocn is stiii awaiiec. A shipment was received relumc-d to lh? company as it v-as not ti'e '.v'r.ic'.i beer ordcrec During tho holidays members of the Gir'.s Ciub of the Coaldaie Breth- ren Church manned the tuck Oldtimers dance 1BOX SPRINGS (HNS) Tne Iron Springs Okitimers' Association held its annual dance recently with old- timers in attendance. Pre-sid-fni Jake Dunn wel- comed guests and paid tribute to pioneers who have died. Music was supplies by Eeg- dc and Kis Westerners. A buf- fet supper was at mid- night. 44 convictions TABER :'HNS1 During De- cember. 44 convictions in pro- vincial judge's court here re- suited from six charges under tr.e Crir'.inal C-ode. 19 Infrac- tions under the highway traffic COALDAI.E (HNS' The ExwiS-Kar-OMa llc.-'.th I'ait is sr-msorinc c'.ijiics: KN'CHANT: Tuesday. .Ian. 16. in tlto school from 1 to 3 p.m. T.M1KI1: If. in Health I'r.'.t Office in tlie Adminisirntior. Buiid i n g. from V' .1 r.i to r: r.ooti and to 4 c Tluirsdav, Jan. :-i the HM'.'.h Office, in I'o O.'fioo Building (up- front 10 .1.111. to 12 noon ".i l.i -i p TMII'K: t iii tc u lie Administration Build i n g. from H1 a.iv.. to i: noon and lo 4 j p.m. IIAUPlKYH.l.K: Friday. Jan. If. in [he school from to p.m. act, and 19 charges under the li- quor control act. Icy streets were factors in 13 motor vehicle accidents, which 15 resulted in property damage under ROO and no in- juries. Four minor injuries were re- ported. One railway crossing colli- sion resulted in S1.5M damage out of total for the month of Sunshiners ETZIKOM The Etdkom Sunshine Cub held its first meeting in 1973 at the home of Mrs Clovis i Kay) Sheltgen re- cently. Roil call ir.vo'.ved preserves to be sent to the Pleasant View Lodge at Bow Island wiih Mrs. Katie Halvorson in charge. It was decided in sew for the Red Cross with Thek'.a Ehnes as convener. Tne hostess gift was present- ed to Mrs. Sylvia Robinson The next meeting i? si.iteo. for Feb. 7 the home o; Mrs. Alice Kobinson. Plan prayers IRON SPRINGS i HNS The Iron U rite d Church Women m-ot recently at the home of Mrs. C. Bcisoti. The mooting was conducted by Mrs. T. C Noble. A meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. L. Robson to plmi the annual World Day of Pray- er sen-ire. Plans wore made for a smor- gasbord and the d.uc was set for Fob. 10. c: and Mrs. x'ete Sortons Dogcatcher FINCilEH CSEZK 'Specia'.i c: by couz- -'-7- Sartorio taken over i BACK HOCKEY Picture Biiile minor hockey coaches ire spurring auctmance ai town rinks. Kneeling: Yves Leclair and Marvin Ilagcn. Back row. from icfi: Darrs- Eieifr. Mike "alter 1 F. Er- nie Counoreille and Terry Tamura. .lolinson Photo. SHELDON'S PROMOTION SALE 1 DAY ONLY THURSDAY, JANUARY 18th AVE. S. ard the creasec. to rev mom.-.. OK site plan :HN5 Arpi'c Council vacancy HN5 A bv. to lone district. Xomji-iiotis be taken ]7 inches Sayers wins post CKANBROOK IS p o c l s T- transfer o; Crai'tvnok For focial service appouit-: school district mcnts telephone: Civildale r-45- B. Pullinpcr to Vancouver 3385; or Tabor K3-3S11. Island, the has sr- Tho. medical officer of lic.ilth pointed Harry Savers, formerly urges parents to ensure their principal of Rcvelstoke scixwls. children are fully protected] lo the position, against cont.icious diw.ise and Mr. Ssycrs is n graduate of tooth decay. Information on ve- Edinburgh I'niversity. ciisc.nM1. a mounlinp He says "best possible oduc.Y i prnliloin. is reodil> for every child" in this bit; i> fu'.'.y cont'idcii- and provi'ing schoitl district Uil i be lie basis, oi bis Mwk, __ o:" t-c I'liiivo. Leavc Itoly VMiiro.-f EI.AIKMOKi: ,CNP I'ure.iu' i-> o: P'.o'.'.r.v Pinto, inl-ie c.l to CjajJa and spent Uic hoi-, I'lix-o.. FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIAL! JANUARY 12th and 13th 1 BIG brazier French Fries Milk Shake 99 'Ci'e r-rv ,i'-en do-? D ;--bo Queen brazier. ALL GO TO DAiK-V QUEEN.' NORTH STORE LOCATION ONLY! 516 13th Street N. pnone 327-4855 r- o ;