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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January 18, 1975 THE LETHBRIDC3E Kl-RALD 25 Industrial project co-ordinator recommended for 'Pass towns By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE Officials of Crowsnest Pass towns were urged this week to hire an in- dustrial project co -ordinator. Curtis E. Whyte of the economic branch of the Alberta department of in- dustry and commerce told 'Pass officials they' should come up with a program that would cost per year. This would pay the salary of the industrial project co- ordinator and his expenses. The provincial government would bear and the. Taber native centre may be re-opened TABER Two proposals for the operation of the native people's drop-in centre here were presented to town coun- cil this week. Further discussion is an- ticipated on a plan put forward by Steve Lukacs of Taber for the year round operation of the friendship centre. At the same time, preven- tive social services directors John A. Boon and Ray B. Evanson urged that the drop in centre be operated again this year. Earlier it was cancelled for 1975. Council approved its usual contribution of 20 per cent of net costs. The provincial government pays the other 80 per cent. Budget for the month operation is of which the local beet growers association will pay as well the Taber Municipal District. Taber's share is as compared with for the year previous. The town recovers in rental on the court house basement used for the centre. Council also approved for the preventive services program, a home help program which assists some 20 elderly persons who prefer to remain in their own homes. The town will pay 20 per cent SHERIFF'S AUCTION SALE on the Premises of Frank Walker Men's Clothes 321 -7th St. South, Lethbridge Wednesday, January 22nd p.m. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Having received instructions from the Sheriff, we will sell the following: National Cash Register, ft. Glass showcases, padded curved counter (would make ideal ft. display counters with shelves, 9 ft. display courier with shelves, Double pedestal office desk, Olivetti electric adding machine, Underwood manual typewriter, Steno chair, Travel Aire 831 air cooler, 4 good padded wood arm chairs, Black steel safe 4 drawer chest of drawers, Good hardwood table. Singer commercial sewing machine, 8' pant rack, 4-snirt and suit rack, 7'x5' plate glass mirror, mirrors, 3 small arborite top tables, 3 ashstandsi 4 pictures. For further Information Cantact: Items may be viewed sale day noon til! sale time. Sale conducted by HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S., Lethbridge AUCTIONEERS: TEDNEWBV KEITH EHDMANN Lie. 010283-41 Lie. 012116-458 of the costs, estimated at 50 cents per capita or about 500 for the year. No bonspiel prize given CARDSTON (Staff) Should municipal govern- ments donate prizes for curl- ing bonspiels? This week the Cardston Municipal District council decided "no." Council rejected a request from the Cardston Curling Club that the MD provide a prize for the annual mixed bonspiel scheduled to be held here next month. "I don't think this is the right place for a donation to come said Coun. Mike Schneyder of Magrath. Asked-Coun. Beswick, recreation committee chair- man: "Are.we willing to add another mill of taxation for recreation and support, all these Council thought not. "Our role in recreation is to supply something that wouldn't be there said Coun. Beswick. "Usually somethin of a capital nature." School chief appointed BLAIRMORE (CN Bureau) Len Ross o Calgary has been appointe superintendent of schools fo the Crowsnest Pass schoo division. Mr. Ross, area superinten dant of schools in the Calgar public school system, wi begin April 1. He replace acting superintendant Mer Kowalchuk, Lethbridge 'whi temporarily replaced Pau Zubick who resigned last Aug 31. LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITV COLLEGE ANTIQUE COLLECTOR'S WORKSHOP A one day session designed to cover the assessing, purchasing, collecting and restoration of different kinds of antiques furniture, paintings, household items, automobiles with special emphasis on Canadiana Collections. Saturday. February 1, 1975 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (with lunch break) FEE: INSTRUCTORS: LARRY IRVINE and BOB SMITHENS. from Calgary, two leading Canadian Auctioneers of Antique Sales and large collections. I'M OK YOU'RE OK a transaction! analysis workshop This is a two-day introductory workshop in a practical, fun, man-threatening way of understanding yourself and others. Transactional Analysis (TA) is easily understandable and almost immediately usable by younq and old on the ]ob, in the community, at home. Friday, January 24, 1975 1-30 p m -4-30 p m and 7-00- 5jalurday' 1975 and p.m. (All Sessions TA WORKSHOP LEADER YVONNE FRIES of Calgary. SEMINAR ON MANAGEMENT for middle and senior management The objective of this seminar series Is to help the Individual realize his or her greater potential as an adminis- trator. Thursday and Friday. January 23 and 24, 1975, p.m each day FEE: S60.00 (include! clui material! and A good administrator is not simply an Individual who "performs his or her technical lunctlon well and gets along with people." SEMINAR LEADER: TERRY ROYEH, Business Co-ordlnator for School of Continuing Education. HOW TO START A BUSINESS This course is designed to assist the prospective business owner or the new owner to become more aware Btpecs ol business. Topics to be discussed will include- 1. Should the business be what purpose? 2. Who will buy the product or service? 3. What has to be done and who will do It? 4. What materials are needed and who are the suppliers? 5. What materials should be made? 6. How many employees will be size of facility? 7. Who is the a manager be hired? 8. How can sales be increased? 9. What will be the expenses? 10. How will we measure performance? 11. What kind of bookkeeping system will be required? 12' company-should a limited company be 10 weeks-Tuesday. January 28, 1975 p.m. Course co-ordinator for the program is Terry Rover business co-ordinator for the School of Continuing Education program erry HOyer. COURSE FEE: GRADUATE NURSES REFRESHER This course is designed to provide an opportunity for nurses who have been inactive from the nursing prac- of "W'r "ursin9 wi" also be (or nurses who may be considering other areas 6 weeks beginning March 17, 1975 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (Lunch Break) Monday to Friday. REGISTER WITH: School of Continuing Education Ulhbridge Community Collcgt 327-2141 Ext. 221 Prt-rtgiUrMkm nunditorr ALL COURSES CANCELLED OURIH6 CANADA WINTER GAMES remaining would be paid by the co operating communities. It is a department of in- dustry and commerce program to provide oppor- tunities and assistance to enable Albertans to take part in the economic development of the province, said Mr. Whyte. Project Director Dick Flis of Edmonton said 'Pass governments of Blairmore, Coteman, Frank, Bellevue and Improvement District 5 could co operate in the program and hire a project co ordinator. Ronald H. Blake, supervisor of the regional services branch of the department of industry and commerce, said his branch is now listing all in- dustries in the province. It is interested in industries that are capable of expansion. His branch is cataloging ex- isting import products in order to review the possioili'ty that Alberta firms, may Auxiliary, produce some of these. Mr. Whyte said the program is to "activate communities in a self help program." Com- munities in the 'Pass must work to attract new industries and to help existing industries expand, he said. Three major problems are: unstable economic base; per- vasive urban blight; and unco ordinated approach to land use. A project co ordinator would have to be hired before March 15 to meet the program deadline. It was suggested that each community pay an equal share of the required so that the co ordinator would give equal effort to the promo- tion of all partners in the scheme. Arts centre promotion to begin CRANBROOK (Special) The Cranbrook Projects Society has decided to promote construction of a performing arts centre here. Architect Doug Higgins of Vernon has prepared a tentative plan for the million, 600-seat, proposed structure. Projects Society President Cornel Sawchuk says the public wants and deserves a more adequate centre for performing arts than the 60-year-old Temple Theatre which was bought by the city from the Masonic Lodge. Town to clear road once to allow crew passage CARDSTON (HNS) Town council this week told Arden Draper and Fulton Bevans that they should seek help from the Cardston Municipal District on keeping their road Free of snow. However, town foreman Don Sudo said the road must be plowed now to permit construction workers to get to the multi purpose agricultural building now un- der construction at the rodeo grounds. Town crews will do this work. Coimcil decided G. L. Schaffer and Sons should be asked to develop an entire block of lots, not a lot here and there. Council refused to sell the firm lots between 2nd and 3rd avenues west of 7th St. Council will advertise to sell its police car, no longer in 'use now that the RCMP handles policing duties here. Council approved the purchase of two tarpaulins to be used by gravel trucks haul- ing shale to the new athletic track at the Lions Park. Also granted was Mr. Sudo's request that the town purchase a three quarter ton truck for public works. Coun. Glen Jones was asked to check with the local fire chief regarding regulations concerning restaurant doors that open to the inside. The coin operated water meter and the town water gauge should be moved so the old power house can be torn down, Coun. Melvin Pitcher said. Council agreed. Wendy Ramberg was hired as a part-time town secretary. Mrs. Fedora Pack was hired as a clerk typist at the RCMP barracks. Coun. Wanda Jensen was assigned the job of revitaliz- ing the former Cardston Historical Society. Citizens are protesting the need of a four-way stop at 7th St. and 4th Ave. Council will study it further before approv- ing a bylaw which would make it a legal stop. Pincher permits PINCHER CREEK (Special) Building permits issued by the Town of Pincher Creek during 1974 authorized construction valued at Residential properties com- prised the largest share. Per- mits authorized housing valued at Thirty-four new homes were started. Industrial permits totalled for the new abbatoir and a storage structure built by George Tomik. nurse home may come PINCHER CREEK (Special) The east wing of St. Vincent's Hospital may become an auxiliary hospital and nursing home when the new hospital is built here. Health Minister Neil Craw- ford has assured the hospital board that the east wing will not be demolished. The hospital board has approved a resolution re- questing the Alberta Hospital Commission to authorize for- mation of an auxiliary hospital and nursing home dis- trict here. (4972} Roy Claland and Harold Fox Salesmen-of-the-Year 1974 The Action Agency gels results and in 1974 Roy and Harold were our top producers. They were also Salesmen- ol-the-Month tor all Lethbridge realtors in M.L.S. seven times in the twelve months of 1974. Those results are amazing when you know they compete with 180 other salesmen. Roy curls, so a comparable feat might be to score an eight ender in the linals of the Canadian Briers play- down. Harold enjoys horses, so a comparable feat might be to own. train and ride the Canadain Champion All-Round quarter horse. Their results show that they are professionals Schwartz Agencies is pleased to present them with the gas barbeques shown above. The Action Agency performs quickly and professionally! Call Roy, Harold, or any of the team at Schwartz Agencies, 329-3331. THE Sunday Crossword (formerly the New York Herald Tribune Crossword) Edited by Robert B. Gillespie LOVE IN HIGH PLACES By Sophie Fierman i Pilgrimage 46 Least to Mecca common 5 Living-room multiple arenas 49 Ill-starred 10 Bed down, lovers or be quiet 53 Artist of 15 Rock chips the melting 21 Spread watch 22 Pal 54 Irish John in Acapulco 55 Eagle: 23 Making no comb, form sense 56 Caesar's 24 Wild sheep time was up of India 57 25 Tin Tin and 58 Throw one's others the ring 26 He lost his 59 Mammoth throne for or Howe her 61 Exist 29 Downhill 62 In favor of speeders 63 Emotional 31 Likely kind of day 32 Alto 64 Supposed 33 Diner 65 Flirtatious 34 Rhythm glance: si. 35 Biting 68 Features of 38 Gaelic John raffles and 39 Amis museums 41 Stocking 70 Pertaining merchant to sound 71 Art item 45 Kelly or 72 Wines McCarthy 74 Worked up ACROSS 75 Action 76 She lost her throne for him 80 Church part 84 Kiln 86 Friend of Mole and Water Rat 87 O'Shanter 88 Ginger 89 Breeding horse 93 Apparition 96 Sponges 97 Indian village headmen 98 Mike and- 100 Secreted 101 Samson's weapon 102 Mixture of metals 103 Decorate a cake 104 Scorch 106 Mane 107 Totals 108 Red horse 109 She saved him from her father 1 Newsman ter- 2 As two peas 3 Work fabric 4 and crowned in 1804 5 Pouches 6 Tumor suff. 7 Evergreen 8 Has at it 9 Celestial system 10 Half quart 11 And in Bonn 12 No raves for a beret? 13 Make a mouse of 14 The first bobby 15 Petit coin 16 Olive Oyl's hero 17 Scopes 18 Tilt 19 Shoestring 20 Disparage 27 Attached DOWN 36 Put the on 37 Hugging agent 38 Flower girl 40 Picnic intruder 42 Witness box 44 Author of "Fables in Slang" 45 Sentinel 113 Type sizes 114 Door glass 115 Elis' arena 116 "So help me I" 117 Elf 118 Asbestos: abbr. 119 Sam, John or sherm 121 Bah! 125 Bridal path 128 Native of Hokkaido 130 Farrow 131 Chewcab- bage twice 132 This affair -all talk 138 Adamson heroine 139 A batted fly 140 French big- wig of 1941 141 Labor's strength 142 Gravy 143 Music group 144 Upright 145 Apportioned 146 Condition of a sale 49 Dome 50 Gulch 5! rumor or blanket 52 Self- esteem 53 Psalmist and Hittite sweetie 63 Virgil's surname 65 Scram! 65 Sidestep 54 Mary, Queen 67 Other half 28 Some hearts 46 Quarter are 30 Marsupials, for short 35 Fathers or America 47 Adhere 48 Fine porcelains of- 58 Sewing machine inventor 60 Kin: abbr. 61 Ration 62 Parry 21 X 21, by Anne Halloran ACROSS 1 Lover from 22 Barbed Verona spear 6 Mom and pop 8 Size 10 Retain 11 Ragged tear 13 Faucet 14 Hindu cymbals 16 Flying toy 17 Wields 19 Regrets deeply 25 Two fins 26 Wall Opening 28 Amneris' rival' 29 Legendary bird 31 Bridge player 32 Certain 33 Actual 34 Pour forth 36 Serpent 37 Young boy 38 Ideology 39 Call-day 40 UN trade org. 41 Siesta 42 Immoral act 43 Chart of territory 46 Imitate 49 Fruit drink 50 Trial 52 Mallet game 63 Burden 55 Anne and Genevieve: abbr. 56 Ankara Indian 57 Thick cord 58 Adore 59 Food fish 60 Salts 63 Retreats 66 Appearance ofyang 69 Oxhide rope 71 Aware of 73 Did some- thing 76 A sib of a bro 67 Den 68 March girl 69 Is: Ger. 70 Only 73 Tarzan's mate 75 Hopeless 79 Lady in peril 80 Workers' group DOWN 1 Canted walk 2 Mine output 3 Adults 4 Letters 77 Cyrano's big feature 78 Talk: si. 79 Local god 81 Oriental temple 82 Lays out 83 Curves 85 Abetter 88 Old proverb 89 Fifth wheel 5 Elevator inventor 6 Apple 7 Male heir 8 Relies 9 Not false 10 Singer Smith 12 Catch one's breath 13 Extra pay 90 Claw 103 Greek sea 114 -Reese 91 Worldis 104 Snootyone 117 Factory on his back 105 Short man's 118 -thing 92 Cubby-hole name la close 94 Padre 106 Address to call) 95 Novice royalty 120 Known fact 96 Tender 109 Startle 122 Angels' chicken 110 Vindicate headwjar 99 Cognizance 111 Latin dance 123 101 larrymore. Barleycorn and Bull 15 Constella- tion 16 English county 18 Peeved 19 Replies 20 Tipster 21 Rail 33 Hurries 23 Eve's man 24 Propose syllable 112 Back of the neck 25 More touchy 27 Communist 28 Mr. Onassis 30 Fortress 3t Middle part 35 Records 43 Satellite 44 Swiss peaks 45 Poet Edgar 46 Everything 47 In need 124 up. Doc? 125 Arab coats 126 Capri, e.g. 48 Roof edge 51 Abound 52 Tined 54 Say "No" 55 Prophet 61 Purpose 62 Appear 64 Comfort 65 71 Ribbed cotton 127 Good Lollypop 129 Inactive 130 Thaw 131 Millstone bar 133 Carney 134 Resin 135 Direction 136 Rochester inst. 137 Caviar 72 Son of Isaac 73 Genie 74 Dined 76 Play on words 77 Wallach or Whitney 78 Fred and Ginger flew there CRYPTOGRAMS I. 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