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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Sparwood seeks financing for water, sewage, land NATAL (HNS) - District of Sparwood council heard Aid. Slro Cimolini report for the finance and administration committee. He indicated loans have been sought to cover expansion of the sewage plan at $70,000; water supply reservoir and line extension at $110,000 and land assembly at $450,000. Duell named chairman He stressed these amounts are estimates only, In response to a letter from Mrs. Gwen Wright, council advised that 10 acres of the Wilson Creek property in the Elk Valley could be made available for a new hospital. Aid. Reg Taylor stressed the need for a pound and poundkeeper. He reported a small dog was recently killed as a result of an encounter with a pack of other dogs. Roundup of District News Fitness classes COALDALE (HNS) - Ladles' Keep Fit Classes for women 17 years of age and older will begin Monday, Jan. 18. The classes will be held from 8 to 10 p.m. for 12 weeks at the John Davidson School. Women win reside south of the Oldman River may take part at a cost of $2.50 per person. It is sponsored by the Leth- NEW DAYTON (HNS) - Don Skeith and Mrs. Cecil DePratu were elected to the board of managers at the annual congregational meeting of the New Dayton United Church. Fourteen attended the meeting which began with a pot-luck supper. Elton Duell was appointed chairman of the board. Others are Don Skeith, Mrs. Cecil DePratu, Mrs. Jim Ross, Mrs. Leif Trockstad, Philip Morrison, Hal Cronkhite and Bob Duncan. Mrs. Stewart Skeith represents the UCW and Mrs. Leif Trockstad is church secretary Rev. Dave Hewlett led the worship service. The Sunday School has two classes of six children with Miss Roberta DePratu teaching the primary class and Mrs, Stewart Skeith the junior class, Mr. Howlett reported three baptisms were held this past year and Communion was held four times. The AOTS men's group has been active with 23 members, 11 of them being original charter members. Seven meetings were held with an average at tendance of 17. Donations were made to the Bethany Children's Home at Wetaskiwin and the Canyon Church Camp. Police chief's post hard to keep filled VISITS COUPLE TYRRELL'S LAKE (HNS) -Recent visitor at the house of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hamling was Mrs. Lily Farraway of Hamilton, Ont. COALDALE (HNS) - A provincial municipal police force needs to be established, Councillor Hans Pfeffel recently advised town council. Mr. Pfeffel represents council on the police commission. Larry Ayotte, chief constable here, recently handed in his Vulcan wins hoop tourney NOBLEFORD (Special) -Champions of the Noble Central Girls Basketball Tournament is Vulcan. They outscored the Noble Central Bladettes In an exciting final game 38-31 Earlier they were victorious over Picture Butte and Lund breck. Most valuable player awards went to Patty Walker and Ha Faye Turley of Vulcan, Rita McClain of the Bladettes, Debbie Ransom of Nanton and Shirley Olson of Picture Butte MEETS FEB. 2 COALDALE (HNS) - The next meeting of the Coaldale and District Fish and. Game Association will be held at p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2, in the John Davidson School. resignation to the police com' mission. He has accepted the position as Cardston's chief of police. The resignation is effective Jan. 31. Mr. Ayotte and family have been here for 13 months, Mr. Pfeffel's stand resulted from the resignation. Coaldale is plagued with res ignations and new appoint ments. The town will write to the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association to obtain resolu tions from past conventions which have asked that such provincial police organization be set up. The town also wants information on the government's reaction to these resolutions. RCMP services are too expensive for the town, council agreed. bridge County 26 southern regional recreation board. Mrs. Eleanor Doram will be the instructor as in previous years. Nears completion CRANBROOK (Special) -Occupation date by the Cran-brook Public Library of its new building has been established as March 12 by building co-or-dinator Frank Basarab. The $112,000 building has 8,000 square feet. The library wilL use slightly more than one-half. Toward retiring the $30,000 building deficit, the board hopes to find a suitable lessee for the remaining ground level space. May hike rate COALDALE (HNS) - Doubling of sewer rates to $2 a month was given tentative approval by council. Also pending are water rate increases. MEETS MONDAY COALDALE (HNS) - The Coaldale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary will meet at 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1, in the hospital boardroom. WINS AWARD - Cpl. Ken J. Tappay, formerly of Natal and now an aircraft tcchoi cian at the Canadian Forces Base, Gimli, Man., received a citation award for "dedic� tion to duty" recently. Cpl Tappay, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tappay of Sparwood, joined the air force Nov. 6, 1959 and later spent five years in Germany. He was honored for serving be yond normal duty hours, thereby contributing to effici ency and esprit de corps. Welcome to Heidelberg The sparkling new beer from Carling. Cool brewed from the choicest hops and malt and pure Rocky Mountain spring water. Welcome to Heidelberg Beer. A bright sparkling beer brewed from pure natural Rocky Mountain spring water. The finest golden barley malt. And the choicest British Columbia and high prime Hallertau hops. Heidelberg Beer is cool brewed, for your enjoyment, by the brewmaster at Carling who carries on a tradition of skill and craftsmanship of over, 130 years in Canadian brewing. Heidelberg Beer is so bright, so lively and so brimful of flavor it brings a fresh new feeling to your drinking pleasure. Give a welcome to a cold glass of Heidelberg today. It's a welcome that never wears out because every Heidelberg is as crisp and as satisfying as the first Tleiiklbetg FINE QUALITY BEER The sparkling new beer In the distinctive keg bottle. Rate hiked COALDALE (HNS) - Local residents will see an increase of 25 cents per month on garbage rates. This brings the rate to $1.25 per month. Garbage pick-ups are made once a week. Business rates will remain unchanged. May form band CLARESHOLM (HNS) -Miss Audrey Gale, recreation director for the town and district, said a meeting of interested parents will be held Feb. 8 to form a band. Art Dee, a Calgary band instructor, is available to give instruction to interested youngsters. Discuss paving BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau)  A paving program was discussed by council and a review of the town streets and lanes will be made. The matter of replacing the wood stave 12-inch water main along 20th Ave. (main street) was also discussed. Leaks have been developing during the past few years. Culler elected TYRRELL'S LAKE (HNS) -Mrs. Pauline Culler was re cently elected president of the Hope Community Club. The club met at the home of Mrs. Judy Brantner. The next meeting will be held at the Mrs. Florence Wilson residence. The club sent a donation to fight muscular dystrophy. 4 cash awards TABER (HNS) - The Taber Music Festival committee has announced four 125 awards. The festival is slated for March 17 to 19. Vandalism probed by students TABER (HNS) - Vandalism in the W. R. Myers High School here could be reduced through closer supervision by the teachers. This was the suggestion made by members of the students' union executive at a recent joint meeting of representatives of Taber school division trustees, teaching staff, and students organizations. Member of the board Mrs Dorothy Dick told the trustees recently the meeting discussed causes and control of recent acts of vandalism taking place during noon hour and stud periods. The students' also suggested the collection of a vandalism caution fee. No decisions were reached at the meeting. Notable in the list of building damage was the breaking of plasterboard walls in the lunch room caused by pushing tables through the walls. The committee has copies of all of the music for school vocal solos. It will hold workshops Jan. 30 and Feb. 6 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the LDS chapel, corner of 54th St. and 54th Ave. Roughead wins NATAL (HNS) - The Sparwood Curling Club's open mixed A event went to the Chick Roughead rink of Coleman. It defeated the Sparky Bubniak ink of Coleman in the final. The B event was all a local affair as the four places were won by Sparwood rinks with Patsy Camilli winning, The C event went to the Doug Morgan rink of Sparwood. Deny request TABER (HNS) - Town council has denied a request from Taber Foundation, the administrative body for Clearview Lodge, to have the foundation's property removed from the tax roll. Taber has placed the senior citizens home on the tax roll, an action allowed under the new municipal assessments act. Eric Price wins post BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) � Eric Price of Blairmore has been appointed principal of the new Crowsnest Pass Consolidated High School following the retirement of Horace Allen of Coleman effective June. 30. Mr. Price is vice-principal of the new school and will assume his new position Sept. 1. Grant Hall of Blairmore is [ chairman of the board and Mrs. Lorraine Aiello of Coleman, | vice-chairman. Works and building committee for Coleman subdivision includes Mrs. Nora Goulding, Dr. Victor Martinez and Mrs. Lorraine Aiello; subdivision 2, Blairmore, John Lloyd and Grant Hall; subdivision 3, Bel-levue, Joe Krywolt and Veno| Pozzi. The entire board will form the committee for the Crowsnest Pass Consolidated School. John Lloyd will be chairman | of the negotiations and grievance committee. He will be assisted by Mrs. Nora Goulding and Joe Krywolt. Veno Pozzi and Dr. Martinez will represent the board on the Crowsnest Pass recreation committee. Mrs. Rose Horejsi was hired I to teach at the Horace Allen | school. The resignation of Donald a Oliva was accepted effective at the end of January. The division will participate with Pincher Creek in a career fair to be co-ordinated by the department of education. The event will be held in the Mathew Halton School, Pincher Creek, March 2. The annual meeting of the board will be held in the M. D. McEachern School, Bellevue, at 8 p.m. Thursday, March 4. ANNUAL MEETING COWLEY (HNS) - The annual congregational meeting of I Foothills United Church here I will be held Sunday, Jan. 31. Hospital costs reviewed PINCHER CREEK (Special) - St. Vincent's Hospital reports the total cost of operating the hospital during 1970 amounted to $468,941. Of this figure, salaries accounted for $369,916 and supplies and other expenses $99,-025. At the present time the hospital has a staff of 62 full-time and eight part-time employees. During 1970, in-patient admissions totalled 1,752, out- patients totalled 4,074 and new-boms, 159. The average occupancy rate was 64 per cent and the average length of stay 7.6 days. BIXGO NIGHT BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) | - Crowsnest Pass Band president Mrs. Barbara Brososky has announced the band will sponsor a bingo in the Blairmore Elks Hall Feb. 9 al p.m. ANNUAL MEETING RAYMOND GOLF CLUB Saturday, January 30th - 7:30 p.m. TOWN HALL, RAYMOND EVERYONE WELCOME mm. I MOWERS and TILLERS PROM MOTOR MOWER  17 3rd AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 327-2M9 WHALE of a SALE WEEK at... A m Prices effective until closing, Saturday, Jan. 30th TURKEY CANADA GRADE UTILITY 6-22 lbs. TABIERITE Sirloin Steak c'ldTcL.,,!'29 TABIERITE T-Bone Steak or Club Canada Choice.................. Red Brand *1* SILVER KIST STRAWBERRY JAM With Pectin, 48 fl. oz. tin SUN RYPE B.L. Apple Juice 48 ,. ,. .in, 2 * 79* HEINZ Tomato Soup 10�M *� 8 1,0� AIYMER FCY, Corn or Peas 14 fl. ox. tins 4 f�r 89' CARNATION Evap. Milk i6fi..,.t.n>5 ^95* CASHMERE TOILET TISSUE Asst. Colors - 0 rolls Flour TOPS Dog Food POWDERED Encore ... 139 1 fl 1*00 l5-oi. tins I U 'or I -|.29 5-lb. bag CANADA FANCY B.C. APPLES MclNTOSH OR SPARTAN 4 qt. basket Celery Canada No. 1 California � ... 2 - 29' WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;