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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TueKfoy, Jonuory 30, 1973 THt LETHlRIBCt HERALD 3 Probe jNapi Irole To pare budget CRANBROOK Expldin Sleep gun [estimated smwo capital cost r 3 of new streets, sidewalks and PINCHER CREEK 'Special) I sewers for residential subdhi- Backs RCMP Centennial COLEMAN (CM5 Bureau) Dirk oi the Blairmore RCMP met the Coleman council to enquire if it wuuld favor a project to commem- orate the P.CMP Centennial. He wants ideas and finan- cial support. Council signified its plea- sure at RCMP efforts. Coun- cil will support the venture. Sgt. Dirk will contact other councils in the Crowsnest Pass regarding Lhe matter By MARG LUVN Special Correspondent P1NCHZR CREEK Paul Razcka. director of the Napi Friendship Association, and the board have taken on the gigan- tic task of evaluating the work of the association. of 42.44 mills. However, provisional budgets, i required by the department of; municipal affairs in January. ar.d will meet Coleman coun- j During the past four months amount to tally of open-end will be collected for sorting ar.d distribution lo Tlirilt. Shops. This clothing will be made ______ _r____ Provisional budget for Cran-1 available at a nominal cost to Town officials warn dog- I sions of recent years, j brook for 1973 tallies estimated i families with low incomes. It is owner? that the tranquih'zer Requirement have jumped revenue requirement at expected the drive will be held used by the dogcatcher is the i sbce city Emits expansion. 511, of which would in April. only type available on the mar- come from city property ta.i. j For further information citi- a', the present time and it' This would represent inn-ease zens may contact -Mrs. Peter can cause an unfavorable re- Study Sewerage to 53.68 mills from Uie 1972 rate Koop at 627-2330 or Preventive action to some animals. RCMP busy Social Senices at 627-3925. The town is not responsible PICTURE BLTTE To elect slate cil at a later date. association members have met j hopechests of each department. I PINCHER CREEK 'Special! D J Russell, minister of PfoP'f m Brocket and Pin- the nest several weeks j Rose Wollman, educa- municipal affairs, says the j ctl" son ally and COUucil will be paring ilcm by i tional secretary for the Captain _ __i i Drofessiouallv. AttemDts were ;IA_ mnr municipal srant for Coleman this year will be 537.028 Al'KrywoH and J. Duff, in- surance agents, renewed in- surance policies carried by town. Coleman Gas Com- pany carries a million dollar liability insurance coverage. Drainage problems in the Graf'on town area are being investigated. item wherever possible. TABER (HNS i Up to IM students of R. .Myers High School diverge to Taber CrestvieM- Lodge feels piuch i i McPhail Chapter, IODE, ,t I made to draw out Jie feelings ML1] reimt for general pur- i c-ently presented an award cer- I concerning members of the op- p 0 e s 1973 is com-; Uficate to Miss Jackie Porter of jnd the Napi; pared tc H3 073 in at the Livingstone lo the new Uusble construcuon j School Awards night there. I OE city rolls. i Alberta Ernes brought in I at w occupation j Annual meetings j Feb'ruarv meeting a typical day's work. TABER fHNS> Annual Mrs. Nan a Appleby gave ire Lack of funds" has been a i meetings o' electors in the Ta- financial report. Arnold Erne? major problem but at the last ber school division have been will be asked to audit the books 'meeting o" the .liberta Fnsnd-: SE; for Tuesday. 'or 1972. ship C e c t r e s Association an March 13, and at Vauxhaii The ner. meeting will PINCHER CREEK Town RCMP report Decem- ber was a busy month. During the 30-day period 114 complaints were received and investigated, 69 intoxication ar- rests made, 12 traffic warnings issued, and 43 charges laid, nine were under the Highway Traf- for affects the tranquilizer lias T o wn employees Raymond fie Act, four in connection with on a dog. Brown and Morris Sosick com- j the Criminal Code, one for im- The tranquilizer gun is being niocced classes recently at Ed- paired driving and 29 in viola- charged with three different monton on their third year wa- lion of the liquor act. small, medium and tc-r and sewerage operator's large! course. Garrv Ba'nler will besin his Look of work year on this prograra' posite community j The multi-cultural problems j were beneath the surface in most rases and almost eTplo- sive. These points showed the need for a realistic Napi association. Some vandalism has occur- red in the skating rink dress- L-g rooms and signs ml! postal in the town's public, 3Iorc district 011 page 10 businesses in March to take a buildings statin? that offenders will be prosecuted. l Sticky item BLAIRMORE (CNP Bu- reau) Council has received a report from Crest-view Lodge. Pincher Creek, indi- cating that due to higher food and increased labor costs the requisition to will be higher this year. Pass Ambulance service says from calls is higher than estimates. Fi- HrJices are in good shape. The town will co-operale with a loan in the purchase of a public address system for the arena. Council approved an apoli- Cation from the Pass Red Devils Hockey Club to hold a hockey school in the local frora durine the last week in Ar-ril. rPuANBROOK stick-.- item in the prori- agreement was obiaincd with March H. held Feb. o at tha home of sional budget will g-t mas- Lhe federal government. The Tabcr mectiss will take Mrs. Maggie Johnson. mum attention and this is an Tne contract calls for a capi- 'place at the L. f. Wesllake tal expenditure fund of School per year for five years. This south Crousiiest Pass Bureau CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING k'finon Detouj, Rep., Eioirmorn Phons 562-214? 4Hers busy; workshop set CRANBROOK (S p e c i a I There will be an afternoon Eight East Kooterjjy 4H Clubs workshop Feb. 8. Joan Cowley are well into their years aciivi- wffl dub leaders, ties which start ui October and for ratepayers living the Oldman River. amount is pro-rated according Those residing norih of the lo the size of the centre. It is river win in the Vauihafl hoped thst pressmg for revalu- ation will have the amount in- creased in the near future. Tne federal government also Driver education made a commitment of 535.000 to S50.000 lo be used for build- TABER (HNi The hi lure ing for a centre This building education in the Ta- would enable the expansion oT division remains m- prograrns to tie needs o! the definite following a refusal of community. :lte public school board to ap- Funduig" of programs; will be an increase in instruc- Uie responsibility of individual fees above tbe present culminate in Achievement Dav in early June. which Leaders COJKU centres. Proposed programs are: Oommunitv committee o n Four'are bed calf clubs, two arx! is made up of appointees horse clubs and two home arts, j from the various sponsoring in- and they are scattered from stitutes and organizations, is co-ordinates programs racial disagreements: This will comprise a board of natives and non-natives who will look ________________________ ______ ___ into a deal with instances or Windermere to Newgate and set for Cranbrook Court House I charges of discrimination or Roosville, the of Feb. 8. COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Letlibridgc Herald Correspondents in Your Area PINCHER CREEK MRS. EDWARD LUNN (Special Cerrespendenl) Box 211 FORT MACLEOD- MRS. TED SWIHART 234-3612 NOEJ-EFORD L. LUCHIA Fhent Contort Ihese people fop your District Newi or Classified Advertising S3.50 an hour. Meeting with the board were instructors Ronald W. Murphy and Rodney P. Zaugg. both high school teachers who con- duct driver education classes and practical training outside regular school hours. discord. Convictout-program to high schools and youth grouos: Inmates from the DrumbeUer institute will explain tieir feel- ings and which led to mcarcerahon Community development workshop: Resource personnel will present economic and so- cial alternatives in use in other native communities. Hattys aided ETZffiOM (HNSi A mis- Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Harry, who re- cently lost their home and pos- sessions, was held in tie Hop- bg Community Centre. j Coming to immediate assis- j lance in a tangible way. 4H Law Students' Lesal As- i 'Mders othfr 5nd gaiuzahons in the EtzikorQ-hop- DOPEOKC DANCIM sistance: Third year law stu- dents in conjunction with local j law firms will assist low in- come families with legal mat- j ters not covered by Uie Alberta Legal Aid Plan. Tutoring. A tutoring pro- gram for native youth by native youth. Alcohol Anonymous meet- ings for youths with alcoholic parents. Drug end alcohol counsel- lor. Multi cultural education series. Youth Drop-in centres and youth groups. Children's ethno histori- cal story hour: A weekly story hour for children aged 3-13. Children's Summer Day Camp. A booklet on Jega] and treaty rights of natives. Discussions on citirea par- ticipation. Employment referal. Workshop on law and riti- I zen rights. Cultural orientation group i Student health TOrkers. Discussion g r o a p: Econo- mics and poverty. area conducted a benefit shower in the Hoping Commu- nity hall. A benefit social and dance was held in the EtaSorn Com- munity hall. There were showers, gift cer- tificates. clothing and bedding and food from the Rosedale Hutterite Colony and donations I of money. Week longer T.ABER fHNSl A depart- ment of education change in dates for Grade 12 examina- tions in June has extended the schoo! yw for graduating stu- dents by one week. Teachers supervising esams i will receive extra pay for work beyond the 200-day limit set by the school act. Clothing drive PINCHER CREEK of the Sprinsridze Mennonite Sewing Circle "is sponsoring a clothing drive. Donations p[ used clothing Mrs. Baldeo succeeds Mrs. Grcgorash in post COALDALE tKNSl The Grcgorash as president of trre Coaidale Vnited Church QuiUan, treasurer en's Eva Greer Group was re- Perfect aneridanct' ceived with regret at the firs: 1P73 meeiing. Mrs. Albert Baldeo accepted :he position. Mrs. William McGUlivray appointed vice-president, Mrs. R. I. Baker was in charge of tlie The reading of good hooks was discussed by Mrs. Ralph King, convener of hlorature. Miss Alma Siemens sang ersl songs lo her OWTI cfimpanimrn! on a.nd nnpdolui T w p n t y.four memtx-rs and M-.-. ctsr.'. prepared by M r s. Eucer.r Gregorash Mrs. Ci Mo- vxas aacbod by Miss F.lla Robiason. Mrs Gladys Gordon. Mrs. Gresorash and Mrs. Eniilie Bzidry. Tiie is sill coUeciir.g Nabob coupons ?.rxi us.'d siamps w'nicli may "rv lo the meeung or give- lo njerjbcr. net sura the1 pc Our friendly I rcclly DO OPCint, 'C'cn con VP i'o a crocefu! ccn panne'. And tt you re life c( party. Ycur cclenaor will suddenly be end >rull find vourjelf a soughi-ofter parmcr. new to beccmo the 'new yoj'1 And just ihink no r-orc sccicl jiluclicni for yea. Call afternoons or evenings, Mon. thru Fri. MONTE CARLO DANCE ACADEMY 535 13lh ST. N. 327-1442 Film night T-M-.EK d'.'i- Health film rigln w-ll s? hcid r in. ,lan. On- K four visitors answered ihc roll. High School The Annual reports were by MiOd. Mr, and John Uirvu mark 25th anniversary COALDAI.K iHNSl Mr, Mrs. .lolui Vliryn of I'oal- dale cciobratod llvll T.t mark (Jio ocvflsion a sup- per was held in llwir Ixrnie. It was arranged by Ihctr children frioi-.ds. Mr. and Mrs mameil Jan 9. 1 r i r IMS. ai Wakaw RAY'S MID-WINTER RECORD SALE ALL CATEGORIES Classic Country ir Western Instrumental ALL ARTISTS Jim Reeves Neil Young Fleetwood Mcc Beatles Merle Haggard Moody Blues Roger Williams Tammy WyneHe Plus many, many more! EXTRA SPECIAL SALE Good Selection Of IPs ol 1 ,96 Buy record at and pay only lc for another 2 'or only FREE To [debate the return of Sesams Street to T.V. Sesame Street Record and Book flit 10 all pre-schooler? QCtompanitd by o porenl. CLEARANCE Transistor Radio 8 ONLY Reg. New Only ,95 Open Thursday and Friday 'til 9 p.m. RAY'S 317 7 ST. 5. J27.M31 LETHBRIDCE ALBERTA Don'1 Miss This Sale of the Year They have Iwn sons nncl (n r j dauchlcrs. I ;