Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 THE LETHMIDOE HfllALO Tuesday, January II, Rose Pass trek planned Sam Steels Days set for August CRANBROOK (SpeciaD- Sam Steelc Days, eigblh ed ition, has been set for Aug. r to 13. The 1971 edition showed i surplus of ?375 on reve- nue. Don Lockyear, chairman since 3968, declined to continue DR. WALKER Fliers honored at Macleocl FORT MACLEOD (Special) Town citizens honored their "flying doctor" at recent chamber of commerce meeting. Dr. John Walker flew his sin- gle-engine plane in the British Columbia Centennial Air race with Hayley Aycock as his co- pilot. The flight took the two men miles from Abingdon, England, to Victoria, B.C., last summer. The route the Alberta men took varied some from the com- mon line. Leaving Abingdon, they refucld at Belfast, Ire- land; Heykjavic, Iceland; Nars- sarssuaq, Greenland; and Goose Bay, Labrador, before landing in Quebec City for some much-needed rest. They had been in the air 26 hours from take-off. They spent the night in Que- bec before leaving for Ottawa, Winnipeg, (another overnight stop) then to Regina, Calgary and on to Victoria. They placed seventh in their category and boasted the small- est plane In the race. in office but volunteered advi- sory service. He suggested a two-man chairmanship for the heavy program. Financing is on the basis of a relatively small city grant, surplus from the previous year and a percentage of gross of special events of a community nature sponsored by diverse community organizations. last year's program in- cluded a three-day pony cover- ed-wagon trek on the back road Dewdney Trail from Vahk to Cranbrook. Organizer was Larry Bowe of Crestou. Tentatively planned for 1972 is an expansion, possibly in- cluding pack train but this time over Rose Pass, the pro- posed 'East-West Kootenay shortcut from Marysville to Crawford Bay. This event has no prizes, no Historical society to bid for initiatives grant fee PINCHER CREEK (Special) Plncher Creek and Dis- trict Historical Society has named Ralph Cleland, Art Kyi- lo, Wilbur Lang, Nenon Beere and Heg Beere to a committee to complete plans for a muse- um building and to present the museum project (or inclusion under the winter works financ- ing of the local initiatives pro- gram. Mrs. Corrlne Boyden will head the society's ladies action Water rate hike stalled at Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) Town council failed to pass a bylaw o increase the cost of water from 20 cents per gallons :o 50 cents per gallons lover the Minimum monthly is except in the summer outdoor water season when is the minimum. Charge for the min- mum is four dollars monthly. Jills go out bi-monthly. Another bylaw which could not be given three readings be- cause of one councillor's oppo- ition was to impose a special maintenance assessment in the amount of. 50 cents per front oot on those properties pre- viously assessed under the De- benture I. This debenture of 20 'ears is now paid up. Council elt the maintenance assess- ment will provide the necessary 'unds because these lines may need replacing. Council gave first reading to bylaw authorizing borrowing of for the purpose of construction of treated water storage facilities. The debentures will be for a 25-year period. Stanley Associ- ates Engineering Limited of Calgary is the consulting engi- neer for the project. TIME LIMIT FOR RECEIVING PETITIONS FOR PRIVATE BILLS Take notice thaf the time for receiv- ing petitions for Private Bills at the next Session of the Legislative Assembly will ex- pire on Monday, the twenty-first day of February, 1972. W. H. MacDonald, Clerk of the legislative Assembly. committee. A canvass of loca businesses, town and distrid residents, and a letter canvass of major firms with branches here will be held immediately The annual meeting will be held Sunday, Jan. 23, at 8 p.m in the town hall. Zielke heads chamber FOREMOST (Special) Recent elections held by th Foremost and District Cham- ber of Commerce saw Ewalc Zielke re-elected for a further term as president. Harry Calhoun will serve vice-president and Ted Lynes is secretary-treasurer. Dave Berntson was electei chairman of the road commit with Bob Burton and Gil Mehlen to serve with him, Ray Geldredch and George Sper will serve on the agrlcul tural committee under the chairmanship of Brian Dillen beck. City liall jobs filled at Cranbrook CRANBROOK Implementing a 1972 objective of tightening up city adminis- tration staff, city council this week confirmed a nuiriber of appointments. Administrator, city clerk and reasurer offices are held by Jland Hoover. A. A. Wray is deputy clerk. Daryl Bottorff is deputy-trea- surer and collector. C. G. Meckling had previous- y been confirmed as city en- pneer, and city works super- nteadent is now Dennis Brown, ngineering technician who was formerly assistant to the engineer. Longtime clerical employee, Mrs. Da-A-a Dsaglas, becomes office manager. Two secretaries, Adine Hll- lier and Frances Lindsay, are now classified as "confiden- tial." Except for Mr. Hoover, Mr. Jrovm and Mrs. Douglas, al these personnel joined the city staff during the past year, ei- ther in new jobs or filling va< cant positions. Bazaar datei FORT MACLEOD (Spedal) St. Andrew's Presbyterian Ladies' Aid has chosen April 22 and Oct. as date for'bazaars. Officers include Mrs. Alice Webb, treasurer, and Mrs. Lu- cielle McRoberts, secretary. During February Mrs. Elsie Butler will be acting president. To Hit. Holders of Ordinary Shares of Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Limited Canadian Utilities, Limited has made an offer to exchange one J1.2J cumulative redeemable convertible second preferred share ot the par value of of Canadian Utilities, Limited lor each ordinary share of Canadian Western Natural Gag Company Limited. We believe the Offer to be fair and attractive to holders of ordinary lhares of Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Limited and recommend acceptance of the Offer. Reference is made to page 23 of the Offering Circular for particulars of fees payable to the undersigned in connection with the Offer. We welcome inquiries from shareholders. Copies of the Offer and letters of iransmiltal for depositing shares may be obtained from the offices of the Montreal Trust Company, your investment dtalcr broker, or tin undersigned. Wood Gundy Limited Ncibitt Thomson Securities Limited competition and no entry and is strictly for fun. The Rose Pass version will cover five days ending in Cran- brook Aug. 12, and Is arousing considerable American partici- pation interest. The committee for the whole Sam Steele program win re- port back in two weeks in 1972 chair mansnip recommenda- tions. Learn first aid NATAL (HNS) A public course in first aid will bo held by the St. John Ambulance As- sociation of Sparwood in the Sparwood Secondary School commencing Sunday, Jan. 16, at 10 a.in The course will consist of 12 two hour lectures. Classes will ba held Sunday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon; Tues- day from 6 p.m.' to C p.m.; Thursday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Instructor will be Bernard Keeling of Sparwood. Friend to Foremost to be honored Feb. 5 FOREMOST A merit award banquet will be held Saturday, Feb. 5, to honor Mrs. William (Christine) Buls. The banquet will be held In UK Foremost Community Hall. It is sponsored by the Fore- most and District Chamber of Commerce and will conucence at p.m. Mrs. Bias' long service to the community will be recognized. The evening will feature a musical concert by the Senator Gershaw High School band un- der Its new director, Miss J. I. Kerr. Chairman will be Harry Cal- houn, vice-president of the chamber. Tickets are available from chamber of commerce members. IMPORTED TO U.K. The Siamese cat was first im- ported into England in 1884 and reached ths United States in 1895, Profit realized TABEH' (HNS) The of the New Yw'f Eve dancing party in the Commun- ity Centre recreation ball ww indicated by a request from the Tuner Golf and Curling Club to host the social eve- ning again next year. Club wee-president Gordon Laurie met with the town council to make the request. The club was co-sponsor along with the recreation board on a 90-50 basis, and the net profit of near wu divided evenly. Council was not prepared to commit itself. 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