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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta BUILDING BOOSTER Taber's recreation superintendent Roy Blais expresses pleasure as he receives a cheque for from Mrs. Dave Pordee ef the Beta Sigma Phi sorority in support of the community Centre building fund. Sorority member Mrs. Helen Wenls is doubly pleased, being a sorority member and town councillor. Gibb Photo Wuttunee on 4hot seat' tonight at Pincher Creek PINOHBR CHEEK (Special) William Wuttunee, the out- spoken Indian Lawyer from Calgary, will be the guest on the Napi Friendship Association's Hot Scat at 8 p.m. today in the Municipal District Building, Pincher Creek. Mr. Wuttunee has made such statements as "poor Indians are far better off in this coun- try than the poor white man." He also had a major dis- agreement over the Indian's acceptance of the Indian Af- fairs White paper in 1970 with Mrs. Beth Baldry heads Pythians COALDALE (HNS) Instal- lation of 1972 officers highlight- ed the recent meeting of the Coaldale Pythian Sisters Sun- eel Temple No. 6. Due to the resignation of Mrs. Joyce Owen, most excel- lent chief-elect, Mrs. Beth Bal- dry was installed in that posi- tion. Mrs. Phyllis Handlcy was in- stalled as secretary. Installing officer was Mrs. Molly Burton. She was assist- ed by grand manager, Mrs. Frances Vaselenak and excel- lent senior, Mrs. Violet Perry. Committees appointed: Membership, Mrs. Dina Mc- Gillivray and Mrs. Benneth Doram; lunch, Mrs. Molly Bur- ton and Mrs. Joyce Owen; ca- tering, Mrs. Frances Vase- lenak and Mrs. Nancy Rutt; visiting, Mrs Evelyn Kenney and Mrs. Ruby Ross; cards to sick and bereaved members or their immediate families, Mrs. Emilie Baldry; local cor- respondent, Mrs. Baldry; al- truistic work, Mrs. Emma Claassen and Mrs. Betty 20 fires TABER (HNS) from 20 fires in the Taber MD amounted to during the first 10 months of 1971. Vaux-hall topped the list with four fires and damage of 517; with five rural fires and losses of in the niral area. Taber had loss from eight fires, and the 11 vehicle and trailer fires reported kiss of a mere Thompson; Mrs Esther Corey, Mrs. Nancy Rutt, Mrs. Martha Uhryn and Mrs. Agnes Fournier; enter- tainment, Mrs. Gladys Noble and Mrs. Thora Perry; flowers or gifts to hospitalized or be-, reaved members, Mrs. Ardelle Brown; projects, Mrs. Phyllis King and Mrs. Violet Perry; auditors, Mrs. Marg King and Mrs. Rhoda Holtman; and temple mother, Mrs. Betty Smith. A gift of appreciation was presented to retiring MEC, Mrs. Gladys Noble. Mrs. Noble then presented her committee chairmen for 1971 with gifts for their services. Draping of the charter was conducted in memory of the late past grand chief, Mrs. Mary McDonald of Saskatch- ewan and supreme chief Mrs Mary Keller. It was noted Mrs. Keller's mother died recently at the age of 101 years after having served as Phythian Sisters temple secretary for 45 years. Member atte n d a n c e last year was 70.2 per cent. Mrs Frances Vaselenak re- ported three more boxes of good used articles had been delivered to Hie House and the Salvation Army in Lcthbridge, A total of 764 sick and friend- ship calls were made during 1971. The grand temple session will be held at Lethbridge March 26 to 28 with the Coal- dale Sunset Temple the host. Arrangements for the event will be made at the Feb. meeting. Harold Cardinal and the In- dian Association of Alberta. Due to his participation on the white paper with the de- partment of Indian Affairs, Mr. Wuttunee was banned from his home reserve in Saskatch- ewan. Mr. Wuttunee has been a guest on the CBC program Under Attack, and has spoken out regarding the Indian's poor self image many times in the Calgary 'and Edmonton areas. Most recently he has publish- ed a book entitled Ruffled Fea- thers which is a critique of the general Indian situation in Canada, and in particular Al- berta. Acting as moderator for the Hot Seat will be Professor Menno Boldt of the department of sociology, University of Lethbridge. Everyone is invited to what promises to be the most dy- namic hot seat program to date. Everyone is welcome, coffee will be served. Lions cross line for charter night By ALICE HACKE Herild Service COUTTS-The Coutts Swee'.- griss Lions Club, the only truly International club in the world, celebrated its 37th anni- versary charter night and dis- Mobile home tax change clarified TABEB (HNS) Concern over the effect of provincial legislation on the tax status of mobile homes prompted the at- tendance of seven mobile home owners at town council. New regulations superseded the town's licensing bylaw. Uniform assessment of all mobile homes in Alberta gears taxes to the millrate charged on residential property. Council explained assessments would be on a square footage basis. Discussion also centred on a proposed mobile home subdivi- sion in south Taber, east of the Westlake school, where 50 to 75 foot lots are to be made avail- able if sufficient interest is shown. Four members of the delega- tion expressed interest. A requirement of a 200- square-foot patio came up for question as to its necessity in comparison with similar area n sidewalk construction from the home to the town sidewalk. Council directed that esti- mates be presented at the next meeting covering the cost of water and sewer services to the 20 available lots. The problem of patio con- struction will also be settled. trict' governor night with a re- cent banquet and dance in the Coutts Civic Centre. About M were In attendance with Lions from five visiting clubs, Wrentham, Warner, Lethbridge, Medicine Hal and Browning, Mont., represented. Club president Joe Grant spoke the opening remarks and introduced Lien Gus Coolidge as the toastmaster and master of 'ceremonies for the evening. The guest speaker, District Governor Mike Bolokoski, has been a member of the Leth- bridge Lions Club for 21 years with 20 years' perfect atten- dance. In his address he emphasized the meaning of the Lions' motto, "We Following the address Presi- dent Grant made two presenta- tions. The mayor of Sunburst, Mont., Lion Paul Nichols, re- a check for Sl.ooo to be used for the Sunburst swimming I pool. Deputy mayor of Coutts, Lion Erwin Thiessen, received a check for to be used for Coutts playground equipment. Funds for these are raised by various projects throughout the year. Mentor, IT, UTHMIDOI MfflALD 3 PC parley set TABER (HNS) Taber- Warner Progressive Conserva- tives will hold an organiza- tion meeting Wednesday, Jan. 19, in the Taber Community Centre Blue Room. Besides the election of offi- cers, the annual" meeting will elect delegates to the PC pro- vincial convention slated for Edmonton at UK end of the month. BACK POOl, PLAYGROUND Joe Gram, president of the Coulls-Sweelgross lions Club, centre, hands cheques to Deputy-Mayor Erwin Thiessen of Coutts, left, and Mayor Paul Nichols of Sunburst, Mont. Hacks Photo Snow rigs race RAYMOND (HNS) A snowmobile race meet held here, sanctioned by UM North West Snowmobile Associa- tion, was successful. There were 168 entries. It was held west of Raymond. Drivers and machines came from Alberta, British Colum- bia, Saskatchewan and north- ern Montana. Junior slock: KHIh Duncan, Lelh- brldgt; Kelly Brlngle, Brenner. Powder puff: wenay DeWllt, Alr- drie; Nellie VIEEer, Raymond. 300 Dsllii Dewltl, Alrdrlu Pens VIsser, Raymond. a-maln: Gary Nlsh, Cardslon; B. Overnann, Irracana. 3.40-maln: Lawrence Mark, Cal- flary; Irnle Slevenson, Fernle, B.C. B-mflin: Cllrr Blckner, Calgary; Dales DtWIM, Alrdrle. Paul St- Albert; Touchette, Edmonton. B-maln: Reg Saunders, Tatar; Ar- nold Berrth, Bicleak. 440-maln: Gordy Lehr, Edmonlon; E. W. McKay, stelller. B-maln: Brian Raunall, Barons; Bah Cults, Modified class [unlors: Lloyd ll Sidney VIsser, Fromm, Raymond; Powder puff: Val Maeka, Raymond; Pat McKenzie, Shelby. 300-A-maln: Garry Kellac, Edmon- ton; Allen Denier, Conrad, B-main: S. Raymond; Dennis Fromm, Raymond. Alien Dens, Conrad; Jamie Meeks, Raymond. B-maln: Marvin Leavitl. Cardslonl Ray Kindt, Raymond. Derrick Dodae, Cal- gary; Romeo Daslalle, Elk Forti. B-maln: Ken Lynn, Brooks; Buck McCracken. Calgary. aso-A-maln: Don Leavlll, Cardsjon; Bob ssdownick, Calgary. B-main: Dave Konodalzkl, Colurn. bla Falls; Plel, Calgary. aoo-A-maln: Roy Thomas, Calgary; Don Leavltt, Carasron. LARGE VARIETY Ontario deer are among the largest in North America. Two services COALDALE (HNS) Two inter faith services will be held in (tie Coaldale churches I to mark the annual week of prayer for Christian unity. The first will be in English at p.m Tuesday, Jan. 18 in the Coaldale United Church. The second service will be in the German language in the Coaldale Mennonite Confer- ence .Church at p.m Thursday, Jan. 20. Many ministers' and laymen will take part in these special prayers for Christian unity. The public is urged to attend I at least one service. Mrs. Haiiseii heads auxiliary BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) Mrs. Phylis Hansen recently was elected president of the Sewage plant improvements win okay RAYMOND (HNS) The Town of Raymond will borrow to upgrade the present sewer treatment plant. Better sanitation lavs for Al- berta and an increase in popu- lation for the town has made it necessary to build a lagoon sewer disposal system. Mayor Robert Graham and council are negotiating for land in ttie area northeast of town for the lagoons. The la- goon construction will be lo- cated on 44 acres of land. Mayor Graham and council hope to have all preliminary work finished so work can start on the project as soon as spring arrives. Ladies Auxiliary to the Belle- vue Royal Canadian Legion, replacing past-president Volan- da Gregory. The slate also includes vice- president Edith Aebli; second vce-presidentj Oggie Leismei- ster; secretary Armonde Mc- Neil; and treasurer Shirley Clarke. Executive members are Margaret Bazan, Marg Pag- nucco, Helen Bellk, Vera Han- sen, Edith Thompson and Glo- ria Gregory. Annual parley TABER (HNS) The fourth week in March has been set for the annual ratepayer meeting for the Taber MD, though the date is indefinite pending clar- ification of other agricultural activities scheduled. It will be held in the Royal Canadian Legion hall. The MD council has the op- tion of holding an annual meet- ing, previously mandatory. The council opted to continue the .meetings in order to report ac- tivities to ratepayers. REWARDED IN GOLD Gold watches were presented to two long-time employeei ef Taker School Division No. 6 at a special recognition dinner. Heber I. Anderson, left, paid tribute to tht dedication of transportation super- Glbb Photo visor Art Pork, left, centre, ond maintenance supervisor Willlom Mallnski, right centre, who received their of appreciation from trustee Dorothy Dick. Each of these men served the division for 27 years. Specials in effect for the balance of January and February TUNE-UP SPECIAL! Here's What We Do Sun Teit Adjust Drive Belti Charging System Anli Adjust Carburetor Check Fuel Filter. Power Check Compresiion Ten Replace Replace Condenser Check Wiring Replace Plugi Check Battery and Cables JOE BERGHMANS Tun. Up SpKiolitt ALL WORK GUARANTEED I CYL. CARS ALL MAKFS Reg. 36.10 SPECIAL Complete-Parti incl. Complete-Parts intl. All work performed by factory treihed experts with years of experience. HARRY GORDA Up SpKialist AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE WHEEL ALIGNMENT Special Only HUGH SOLVEY Tram. Specialist KEEP YOUR MOTOR CLEAN Lube, Oil Change M and Filter Ql8S Prottct your engine with genuine AC General Molar Filters Oil tillers, fuel fillen, sir filters, and tranimiiilon filters. DON NEUFELD Wheel Alignment Specialist BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE SERVICE DEPARTEMENT ;