Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
NEWS EXPLAINS PENSIONS TABER (HNS) Cinada Pension Plan officer Louis La- Place will he in attendance at Ute Taber Administration Build- ing from 1 10 4 p.m. Thursday Jan. 25. to answer queries on the Canada Pension Plan. Old Age and the Guaranteed In- come Supplement programs. COMMENDS PRINCIPAL SPARWOOD (HXS1 D. L. H a r t vr i g. superintendent of schools, Fernie school district, sent a letter of congratulations to the Spanvood Secondary School recently. In his letter ad- dressed to Harry Peebles, prin- cipal, Mr. Hat-twig said he QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD 8-lbi. (Normal Garments) PRE-SPOHED AFTER-SPOTTED By Our Attendant v.-ould like to commend Mr. Peebles, and his staff, on the j awarding of full accreditation. for the Spanvood Secondary i School. SELLS FIRM I TABER IHNS1 .After 17 j years in the local delivery busi- ness. Simon Marthaller has sold i his United Delivery business to Wallace Turnbttll. TUMBLING PLXCHER CREEK (Special) Tumbling and activity class- es for children aged five to nine years have begun at Canyon School. The turnout has been large and those who wish to join should do so immediately. Deadline for registrations is Wednesday, Jan. 24. The Pinch- er Creek 'parks and recreation department is supplying in- structors. TV BOOSTER PKCHER CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek residents had their hopes renewed this week of getting a television booster station. Ron Kordquist. director of engineering operations for CFCN-TY, Calgary, said the water tower site might still be acceptable for installation of equipment. -Saturday, January 20, 1973 THE IFTHM1DSE HIRAID 17 Historical society meets Jan. 24 PINCHER CREE K (Special) Tne Pincher Creek and Dis- j trict Historical Society wiD hold its annual meeting in the mu- iseum at 8 p.m. Wednesday, I Jan. 24. This meeting will consider i the collection policy for tie mu- i seum. It ha? been drafted by the curatorial committee. The proposal to organize New Horizons Project, to be presented by the local history committee, will be discussed. Honored by UCTT QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Denial Mtchanll Capitol Furniture Hda, PHONE 328-7684 fm Mrs. Marie Segboer of Fort Maeleod, receives a life membership emblem from the United Church Women. It is presented by her sister, Mrs. Willie deWit. Mrs. Harriet Pura'y, left, UCW president, a right, past-president, look on Jean nd Mrs. Bernice Mackintosh, Insialling officer was Mrs. Dr. Takahashi elected PICTL'RE The annual meeting of the Pic- ture Butte Fish and Game As- sociation was held here recent- ly. Elected were: president. Dr. Joe Takahashi: vice-president, William Vogi; secretary. Miss Kathy Hadford: and treasurer, Hage. Heading the member ship committee is Joe Mrak; educa- tion. Dr. Joe Takahshi; pests. hinis and birds. Tony Mrak and Gary B abler: (ish! Bill Wiersma: trophies. William Vogt: pollution. Ben N'yhof: farmer-huater relations. Mike Stefanicik: rifle range I PROTEST LETTER PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek and Dis- trict Mountaineers Snowmobile Club named Ken Lewis, Archie Peirone. Emil Levesque and Floyd Riviere to write a letter of protest to Premier Lougbeed and t h e minister of highways regarding snow rig? regulation. The club donated S15 to the Xanton Club to help it send a delegation to Edmonton. i Log road meets stop sign and habitat. Alex Forrayi: pub- licity. Mrs. Asa Hage and Kathy Hadi'ord; and entertain- ment. Alex Forrayi. There will be cribbage tour- nanerits starting Sunday- Jan 28 at 7 p.m. at the Picture Butte Municipal Library- E u i 1 d ing. These games vriil be held even- other Sunday. Tarset shooting, flyc-asting. and the possibility of stocking wiJd turkeys were discussed by Morley Roelof. recreation oL-ec- 107. Annual meeting VOELEFORD Teauiuve date :or the aaaaa! of interest- ed fci aifairs of Noble School, has been sel for 8 p.m. FOR SALE LAWN FURNITURE Consisting of picnic Tobies, lawn chain, benchei, patio and children's furniture ir We will also build to your speciFicalioni ic Rfpaira ic ail types of furniture SUNRISE RANCH Box 1238, Coaldale PhMis 345-3517 Bv NANCY MTLES Special Correspondent CRANBROOK Logging road development by Crest- brook Forest Industries Lid. in the Creek drain- age of Cranbrook Public For- PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN Open Daily at 8 a.m. 2654 South Parkside Drive Phone 327-0811 Will 1973 be one of your biggest years... Or one of your slimmest? There's never been 3 better time lo Weicht ir's our tenth anniversary year. Over ihe vears. we've spent millions of hours helping people lose weight and keep it on. And all this experience i; ready to help now. Ready to help you make 1973 your slimmest year ever. ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH lliH Street and 4th Avenue S. Tuesdays 1 :QO p.m. cpd 7-jO CAKDS10N UNITED CHURCH TABER CIVIC CENTHE Wednesdays, p m. Thursdays p.m. CARDSTON, AIBERTA ALBESTA Zenilh 0-6124 (Toll Free) 0 WEIGHTS WATCHERS, est has been halted till fur- ther government notice. This noted by the Cranbrook Rod and Gun Club at its annual meeting. Tne c-1-jb commended the psrks division of recreation and conservation for iis ac- tion. CFI has taken exception to the "arbitrary" stop order, citing approval and commen- dation from Uw department in mid-1971 of its derailed de- velopment plan. This is a sensitive devel- opment area since environ- mental groups' action his put in abeyance timber sales completed in Fry Creek drainage of Lardeau Public Forest by Kaslo's only sub- stantial lumber company and CFI. Fry Creek is the only prac- tical access to Lardeau Pub- lic Forest southern area. whose mature, unlogsjed in- ventory tallies the equivalent of rwo-years actual rjt of the entire East-West Kootenay savlog smaUwood tally of two years. Border between Laniesu and Cranbrook Public Forests is in tie Purcell Range which barely separates Fry and Dewar Creeks' headwaters. DOG CRACKDOWN' _PIXCHER CREEK (Special) !0'.vn v.ill enforce bylav; 1172 concerning A licence fee of S.5 is assessed male (Jogs ncludcc SD2yed females' and 510 for each female. A pup ur.- der four rnor-jis of age requires no licence. It is noted that the tnnusi dues iij Uus respect are CITY OF LETHBRIDGE SAVE RE; Prepayment of 1973 Property Business Tax Prepayments will be accepted ofter January 1st to February 28th, 1973, and interest will be allow- ed from date of poymenr to June 30th, 1973, on PER ANNUM any amount not exceeding the 1972 taxei. FROM 1HE COLLEGE AIR PHOTO INTERPRETATION FOR THE HANDYMAN c-d applicc'lcn. 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