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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta CAA seeks funds honors for sports centre Taber TABER (HNS) Taber one of ibe sis Canadian commu- By MARY TYMBL'RSKI Herald News Service COALDALE The town will make application to Lbe local authorities board for the de- uift UL U.T: _Li voilaujoil luuullu- r ei in rv 1 nities in the 3.000 to 5.000 popu- r-r ,ftr r.1 IKo rVlulHalp for cons-ruction ol the Coaldale lation bracket to r c c e i v e the Canadian Automobile Associa- lion's citation ior its excellent P00' lce traffic safety record. r for the town and its general j growth. A of citizens recrea- j board re DresentaOves and A F- fve "f K> agricultural society, j H this society is organized tnd registered under the pro- will vincial societies art application j for a grant to assist in the de- building of an agriculture arena -------------------------------------------_ Saturday, January 13, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGt HERALD 3 Nursing home plan unfolds in grants for MD Motor Association. Mr. King commended the town, Police Chief Gordon Hacking and tie police force for maimaLiing a piid record. No traffic fatality hcS occur- red beje for about sis years, a police department spokesman said. Scout hall renovations await nod Coajiciiior Jofe reposed or, cos u o, Considerable, informtion was 1 ap- received from D. J. Russell, i require each. could go .Averv at a recent council meet- ing by Fred King, president of the end of the Abridge branch, Albena He north on the winter capital projects Coaldale water and sewer ex- fund for 1972-75. The provincial tension project. Also for the government has decided to allot clearwell for which approval million of the fund to assist was given by the local auth-: municipalities for 1972-73 pro- orities board. But final word jeca. was not received on the ex- The late announcement of tension project for the north this program presented a prob- side, ierc. Borrowing is unlimited for i Under the terms of the prp- capitaJ projects such zs water gram there is an incentive in End sewer. Council is hoping providing for 100 per cent for- the departmencs will givecess of direct on-site labor also be favorable in allowing costs incurred Dec. 1 to May 31 the borrowing or the recrea- r and 50 per cent forgiveness for Donal facilities construction. Jurre 1 to Nov. 30 periods. It has been policy of the local Town council plans to meet authorises board to put a limit to discuss applying for money 07, borrowing power of the man- through this program for en ideality suci facilities. arena. Council members expressed their opposition to the policy. It has resulted in the town not other capital projects necessary COALDALE 'HNS) The berla Mennonite Home for (he Coaldale Community Hospital Aged in Coaldale; Miss Maria joint planning committee is in- Janzen, health nurse, Barons- vestigaLng the possibility of ob- Eureka Health Unit: John Lairjn? senior citizens' or Boon, director of social and nursing home here. preventive senices of the In late 1971 a survey indi- Baron'; Eureka Health Unit: cated there is a need for these Doris Delceg. nursing MD council has approved a pro fEcilities. director at the Coaldale Com- posed memorsnou-Ti of azree- Commitsee members are: munity Hospital: Frank F. wr.h the nLTister of asri- Sieve Siemko. chairman Leth- Wiens, hospital adminisfator: by which the MD caa bridge Count y 25 represents- George Schmidt, hospiial board earn grants t.xailirig tive: Majur A. F. Bfekie. Coal- 'representative: Rev. Peter der approved programs with a dale representative; Mrs. Nina zkff. representative of the total e'-rpenciti-e o: 544.130. 'KuTy.-. representative from the Coaldalc medical stali: and Le'hbndge Association of the Miro Trjmasta. representative Retarded: John T. of the Barons Eareka health Funi. beard member o; the Al- and social board. We get some great Setters. Peepers, the horse vath. ihe glass eye like my- self, thinks it's only fair we answer them. Other- u-ise he might use his helping hoof. Here's a letter that asks how come the barley fund was S3 shon Jan. J. 1973. on page 19. Yes sir, our readers are right behind us, adding up the fig- ures each day io make sure get even' penny to Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova and the Uniiarian Ser- vice Committee, 56 Sparks Si., Ottawa, KIP 5BI, Can- ada, o The letter says. ''If you are short S3 publish the OCV611 correct total and you nil! receive S3 for the 'lost' amount.'' i i i rp i i V.eU. nothing vas lost, so lets not all bold our OKaVed DV 131361' COllllClI breath, eh, Peepers? (Peepers always takes a deep breath when we do up the cinch, then exhales when we climb in the saddle, causing the whole rig to TABER per cent wage hike tne ena TABER 'HNS' Tows Konno, rearing a; has E seven J per cent increase m its wage DM salary schedule for all em- payees. moura D: me ]975 Jrsrs are a rj umber of ed- ter Games for sou-Jiem Alber- work program has not been set January. CouDaJ i-fv prth i ne grants cover orje-nal: a naslrnun! of E2.5W for a warble cor.iroi DTOgram ior which canlerrrsn will be sur- vc-yed. and coreol and work field cross. Disvrict er.sbeer for the de- o: highways arid transport T. G. McC-reer ad- vised the council that the niu- -v'.cisEiiTy hsd earned road grants for ltT2 based or work ccnpieted, and hsd authorized '.he payniEr. o: 5118.755 to the done for abc-j; He suggested a dropped ceil- ing be installed and that heat- ing be1 revised, at a cost of about Mayo- Bev NVsm asked coimcalor to further consider the natier a.id report back to 'council. A meeting of council as a whole will be held Monday, Jan. 15. Hatters pertaining to the future of the Coaldale Curl- iing Rink will be discussed. Here's what happened. One morning. Mrs. Pal (Betty Jean) Sullivan of classified called upstairs and said. "So and so vas only marked down for S2.50 vesierdav and cave S3 so can we iun their Burns t_ January 26 BROOKS Hrcnage will be paid to ScotlKxi's bard." Robert Burns. Frirky. Jan. X. when the EE> High- land Cian is annual Burns Night, baque; and tertainincnt. Tnis year tbe eveni be held at the Tc-1 Star rooni starting at p.m. The even', has proved verv popular in past year and offi- cial of the FED Highland dan hope this year's TTOfrain wili be erpanoed with the larger fa- i cilities available for the event. It is expected to have narjy Scottish with dancers, and so Tr.e exeo-'Sve exierxis arj tanta'jon to the genera] public to attend Phillips Cables icins S2Vz million AGT order Steinbrenner lieads club CO.AI-D.UE 'HN51 The I9T3 executive o: Cosldale s-id District Fifh ar.d Giirr.e sociaion tool; office Len Stembrerner is pres- ident: Georce Besary. past- president: John S'nesdruk: VTayr.e EriS. EecreSsry; Enc Nikkei, trea- surer. 5 7 e: Ji77 McQullar.: bulletin. G'.enn Csie: Harold Vr.cer: big sane. John bird came. Eon Dyci: fish. Tex Wiebe: hunter training. D-jncin Lloyd: farmer hur. ter relations. Georce Bocar.y: rrecistor. Bos By VERN DECOUX Crowtntst Past Buriau SENTINEL The Crowsnest Pass area received a million boos! this week when Alberta Govern- ment Telephones placed an order with the Phillips Cables OVesternl Ltd. plant here for more than 10 million csbie feet of telecommunications cable. Fern Paquette, plant manager at Phillips Cables, says he is very pleased with the order. He said ihe contract would provide steady, round- the-clock employment for the plant for approximately four months. Mr. Paquette said an additional 15 men and two women will be permanently added io the present staff 01 175 men and 38 women. The order calls for 25 different types of cable and win be used by AGT for updating and extending its service in various parts of Albena. Tne underground cable vary in size and coniair from six pair ;o 200 pair of wire in three different gauges. rue Celseal. cellular, poiyinsulated and wax-filled cable is a fairly new product developed by Phillips Cables over the past year AGT. being very interested in the newly devel- oped cable has acquired a considerable amount of it. said Mr. Paquette. RCMP hockev Sunday gain0'' So v.e put their name in again with the rishi amount. 5-3. But we didn't bother TO change the total, no one would possibly add it up in their wildest dreams. However, 50 cents was add- ed to the books. Your other question. was the price again you were payina for barley? How was it The USC is" paying ?16.652 for carloads 01 top grade Palllser barley from Northern the fame quality and milling they ship to the Camp- bell's Soup Company. This price covers the cost of buying the barley from the Canadian Wheat Board, shipping it to Winnipeg for special processing, and shipping it to Korea. If further information is required, please write to VSC headquarters. Special thanks today to the Triangle Women's In- stitute at Grasmere, B.C., for its wonderful gi'i to the fund, Thanks so much. Thanks to Speedy Storage and Cartage Ltd. of Lethbridge, deparonent of highways employees, Fore- most Pronghorn 4-H Beef Club, McKillop Uni- j ted Church Sunday School, Joan and Peter of Fort j Macleod, the Allan Watson School Room 7 pupils, Gerry and girls of the city. Melvina Clifford of the city, John and Olga Mundt of Picture Suite and Miss E. K. Wilike of the city. We really do think you dear readers have done a wonderful job this year. The fund is closed We're over the top. Thanks I A MILLION. justrrierrj in the cases employees to i their earnings better into line. Co'jr.ci; received from toe Ta- bcr Cub a cheque 107 found Decessar F.-fn eo77inivmity centre speciior. tearr, finances. Ii represents earn- ir.es from the popcorn coxes- at the centre. T-K of Mrs. f.Joyce i as bled Der.dins roll and Eocotning clerk was tion from the local aoDro-.-ed. She on a s-j.- o r t h s probaconary period. She will replace Mrs. Joan 3: ic- ra had exceeded th? b'jdgeied being ST..OM by an equal amount." rne increase included some paid for heUcopter :o rr.tr.e -je in- o various cen- tres proposed for games eats. Consideration of a contribu- tion toward the deficit la- recreaQon board. It n-as Una; activity funds wouid be used c Foothills ciirlers contest set C T. A R E S HOLM (Special) day and continues until The Ffrcthiiis Curiiae .Asso- nirht. the oldest in Alberta, A highlight will be the ban- que: to be ser-.-ed by the wom- en's curling club. Tropliy night set for 10 (CNP Bureau! The Co'.eraan Fish and Game ds-Jon has SSL March If a; niea p'.snnini: on enter- reminarf entries musl cation, wu! hold its bonspie! here tais weekend. The asso-r.ia'.ion compTises sijt clubs. High River. Stavely. Nantn-i. and held here every five or sis years. ed to participate. Tb? skating will be con- ir.to sheets to en- Isrg? -.he aJey. C-J7iin5 berins at 5 p.n. Fri- Grauuui pair wa> married 40 vears dismisses engineer Ey NANCY >HLES Special Correspondent CEA.VBROOK Gty ro has dismissed cr pncE May, 1971. C. G. Meek- liig. Aid. Ty Coleur profcsed the unanimously sup-ported resolu- .Vo imtneciate replace- ment is contemplated for this tjE.ttM a vear senior trp at tr_is Ga'e. Tne co-jnci also approve of T'-'-fr and ihe MD which rro-.ides 107 sharing be- the governments in the ne: consrarjoei cos-s end f the pT'XJOseG Terms o: Lhe agreement, as by Lhe MD orindi. call the rqunfcipaiity to psy of Lhe constrjction oor.5 the mims- iry of fansror. grant au- "oe Droiect. MD sii pay one-haH of the of snow removal Cos of tte assembly, tbs balance of rvrKrunJtra and removal and all oth- er mabt.ena7.ee cosj will be charged to the town. The iowr.. by the agreement, c-rien m-erje from the The MP council enacted E by- law p-o-.idhg for penalties and shtr-nf: concerning fnr late or non-pay- rae.-.t o; seroces provided. The purchase of a Hvster P.. .Anrjs Ltd. o: annrovcd. -je cos be- L" Si-i.pW. Rental or; the equip- mesr used last ye" will re- price to Ell Enrolment noted the dsie for the annual fish arid be turned Li to Celiis BuDding m or 5'30 planced. program U p.m. March o. GR.4.VL7.: HNS The fazi- ih of arc Nellie reoer.t'.y heid ar, oren ho-ose ir. ie Church Kail to hoa- liss Gay Ugleui plans tests BLAKMORE -OTP Bureau1 petition to be held Feb. :4 Ln Gay Ugler.i. pTOfessior.- the Blairmore arena. a! skater and instructor o." ihe Pass S'satinc tte jjdEes will be announced. Pne hall was decorated ia red arr while. The (able covered whiie Jsce over a red cioLh z-a by a :wo--Jered irther plans and names of caie fiackej bv csn- "jes bcjoue'-s owers STIRLING 'HNS' Tr.? i.v'.'s se7.iester has posln'or.. bfr.n Lhc Former city enaneer Erie Grace and r: ?j- s o n unexpectedly resigned riis: Grade Grade 4. '.5. on principle in May of or. Grade; 5 ar.d f. I-., the heels o: firing of tire? ether Junior high. Grade 7, lonetine senior city offiriais. Grade f. Grade 9. 15. At that ome Mr. Meckline was Hich IT. em ber of a consulting en- Grade :o. ii: G-rade 13; aod g-nesrlng firm here and aiso a Grade 1C, 6. riartner in a land development The new daily time schedule company. Tne city was coci- is new ir. effect school at trarting his ser- r-f.5 to r. a.m. Fo'Jowinc vices at the btisy season for en- lurch the Eire from 12-50 gineeriag. :D p.m. Club, has proposed plan? to members for an internal coa- Nest raeetrai; of the club wiD and be Feb. 3. The individual FOH7 MACLEOD S: Ir wii! be held a: p.m. Sf-. M J. Moar of the Leth- Sunday. Jan. K, Ln the Fort RCMP is Macleod Arena. Cox attends funeral BLAIR-MORE (CNP Bureaui er.is. ar.d Mrs. C. M. Cos Miss Netite Ccs certified o: Bhu'Tirjore. nursing aide 17071 Itanium v. vie here she ar.cnded the City. Sask.. spen; 2 few cays fursera! o: her cousin Barem De visiting at the home of her par- Griif, MP to probe 'Pass problems "A-ex :he exhibition hockey here. Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vemon Decout, Reiidenl Rep., Blairmort Phont 562-2149 The Nelson subdivision EOIP will play the LeCibridge .All proceeds will go io the Fort Macleod Cer.ter.iiEl S-.V- :e'y. It's the first event in the RCMP Centennial. ;ORE G-007JO V. si: i-as 70- for tlw P'.irr' o: tables we-e centred by red csncJes. was c recitatior, and by Pat Isaac of Clares- rj'm and a aedley of sones by Ps: WeckBic. MTS. Kay Cairns WES 2CC077.pSniSt. June and Bob Reid and fam- ily of upe of wishes Jurse sar.c ys 10 her parents. Do-iithy cS of :he -jes: b-vk y.rt. U-iis 7iLves o: the weddL-.g cl b SHELDON'S PROMOTION SALE I DAY ONLY THURSDAY, JANUARY 18th 516-3rd AVE. 5. Joe ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE PRODUCTION OK A A DM FOR SILAGE VVEllI OR GRAIN are WELCOME to attend seminars: Commencing at o.m. On Jnn. 24 ol MEDICINE HAT, Prov. Bldg. On Jan. 23 al BOW ISLAND, Eiks Holl On Jon. 26 al TABER. Civic Centre COME and HEAR all about: A1BESTA CORN DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM GRAIN CORN MARKETS X RETURNS FROM PRODUCTION PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES SEED SIZES, PLANTER PIATES, PUNTER ADJUSTMENT .'O'-M fTEWACT. TrPjidpnl M. O-d S.-n, 1'-' Jprd Cf. ii C-ro- be :n ts to'k ct-.-ut e r1 cr--i and especicllv p TA9E? len-i-cr will by prfifmclions bv rtDrtsenfctivej cf marlcedng cgfncifi by Geo-ce from Ontario. seed, herbicide deaVri and ajjlsm open- c'o-i will hove Tko 26th vill end with borquet crd dcnce. ALBERTA CORN COMMIHEE _______ o: cos: of rki hill this winter, (or the most weight lost during A fr.iXl tn-nnt to the Blairaorc December. H'ns spproi-od. pro-.-ed. The land is a triar.cu- 1.--7 piece of pTOperry across the street and west of the Fi-s; wss given to a control bylaw. NOT KOR SKATI.VCV CO.UJJALS fHNSi Coal- Curlbs Club directxirs co c-jnlacrevi .-.oi'ised disc !S- coiuicil favors pavir.g. It winild bo for the use of low speed, nori- The Kxird hns ap- provevi an of .POOLS! POOLS! WB looking for on businessman bp our draler in this nrta for Cnnadn't lop of in- ground swimming Can ba run along with business. will fas In your area Ihe week of February 1, 1973. ACORN POOLS 335 Bay Si. N., Homillon, Onrniio Division of ACORN LUMPER In Business Over 50 Yro-s COUNTRY NEWS These Arc Tlie Utlibridcje Herald Correspondents in Your Area PINCHER CREEK MRS. EDWARD LUNN jSppciol CorrMncrdrnO Bot 211 FORT MACLEOD- MRS. TED 5WIHART DEL RONITA FCNIE PAIION Cm. Pfl. NOBIEFORD SpPtiol-MRS. I, LUCHIA Phonl 854-3346 Contact these ppopln for your Disluct Newi or Classified Advertising SALES REPRESENTATIVE f EC r--r- r- --z v-r, I W4NN riot Chfm-icl Ca 940, implot ;