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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta RECEIVE PINS Mrs. Grace Skelding, left, president of the Slandoff Woman's Insli- 1ule presents pins lo, from left, Mrs. Thorlon Conner, Mrs. Ella McNeil and Mrs. Eva Butler, all charier members. HIPPIE AT WOMEN'S CONVENTION Not really. The hippie in this pholo was part only of a "A Hippie lakes a Nap" for the enjoyment of delegates. The hippie, far left, was Mrs. Louise Noble. Others in ihe play included Mrs. Florence Graham, Mrs. Barbara Kinniburgh and Ihe lovers in the background, Mrs. Jean Mulner and Mrs. Mary Morris. __________ East Kootenay prepares JL resource talks CRANBHOOK (Special) Preparing for the 1973 Man and Resovrces conference at Que- bec City under federal auspices, East Koolenay industries and environmenlalisls mel recently. Howard Paish. environment rnnsultanl and former teacher and conservationist here, is ar- ranging provincially such con- ferences in all B.C. lo discover what legal action people want in managing thci1' own reg- ional resources. Essie Industry resources here nre arable land with short, an- nual growth period: forests as renewable resource; coal and metal as non renewable re- source; and nil-season recrea- tion. All these interests were represented at Mr. Paish's meeting. Past negative approach by conflicting material Interests environment conservationists. Discussion ended with agree- ment the extremes were badly polarized by poor communica- tion because of no known avail- able source of facts available lo either extreme, though each apparently was fully informed on its separate viewpoint. East Kootenay committee members are: Alfred Miller, RDEK planner; Clilf Pippen, Farmers Institute; Due Ander- son. Invermere guide; Frank Keeley, Invermere; Don Sher- ling, developer and Wildlife Federation director; Anne Ed- wards, news editor; John Dick, Spanvood; Garry Allan, Fernie; Jim Patterson, SPEC and steel- worker business manager; and Bill Moffat, Kimberley conser- vationist. Open reservoir tenders July 17 TABER (HNS) Tenders covering thc construction of a ]00-million gallon water stor- age reservoir in south Taber will be opened at a special meeting of the town council Monday evening, July 17. This third reservoir Tor the storage of irrigation water over off-season months will bring to MOBILE HOME (NEW) 56'xl4' MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES lelh. Phone 327-1986 Elmrmore Ph. 562-2653 million gallons the winter storage capacity. Tenders were called by the town's engineering firm Reid, Crowther and Partners of Cal- gary who will be represented at the tender opening. Other water system improve- ments include the installation of a pressure sensing system at the south elevated tank to control pump operation to meet water system demands and to prevent tank overflow when demand is low. This move is Intended to stabilize water pressure in the system by maintaining full tank pressure. MOWER 817 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-2669 WELCOMES EVERYONE To look over their full line of CHAIN SAWS PIONEER, McCULLOCH LAWNMOWERS LAWNBOY, SNAPPER, JACOBSEN, MOTO MOWERS MINI CYCLES GO CARTS WE ALSO REPAIR AND SHARPEN ALL MAKES OF REEL AND BLADE TYPE LAWNMOWERS and emotional approach by "environmentalists" were cited by him as reason for tliis na tional Man and Resources pro- gram to establish Canada's fut- ure policy by people-decision of what they want from their re sources toward greatest return for the greatest number. Lumber and mining had exe cutive representation as well as those engaged in commer- cial recreation, and just plain CHATS WITH DELEGATES Mrs. Hazel Nibbs of Grassy Lake, former consliluency convener of line Taber Women's Inslilule chats with delegates al ihe institute's 53rd con- venlion held recently in Fort Macleod. v Roundup of District News ..CNN'S Mdoy, July 14, 1972 THE trfflBRIDCE HPRALD 3 woman heads I group TOUT MACLEOD (Special i Mj0n In Fort Macleod recently. The Tabor constituency ol Mrs. Agnes Applelon of Taber, (he Alberla Women's Institute president Im- the past four l-.e.'d its 53rd annual convcn- j years retired and Mrs. Graca Skcl'Jing of Fort Maclcid was elected as her successor. otlicr goli set PICTURE BUTTE -HNS) has been progressing in the north county recreation area in preparation for the rorthcomme Southern Alberta Summer (James winch arc being hold at Bow Island To date, slow pitcli, track and field, horseshoes and equcs- trian events have been com- In slow pitch, there be a senior women's team from Picture Butle, Iron Springs and Turin. Junior teams from Picture Butle, and Iron Springs are taking parl. Ed Rioter of Iron Springs will pitch horseshoes. regional eliminations air booked for July 22 in swim- ming and diving, these will be in the Picture Butle pool with diving from 9 to 10 a.m. and swimming at JO p.m. irunler, agriculture and Cana- dian industries chairman. Bar- bara Kinniburgh, Tabcr, United j Nations chairman: Mrs. Lucilla XolE.i, Picture Butlc. educa- }rj.- competition. Ilandi- crarls ,vcrc also Mrs IIa7C] Nibbs of Grassy tinner constituency con- vcnor cf lhc Tahcr cf Institute also Entertainment for thc 55 delc- Ratcs was hy Kinnj. burgh Branch. Their pantomine -A hjppio lakes a nap.. was a sccne in thc park Thc Institute, is a j world-wide organization aimed i ,t bettering Hie living cCTidi- (jons of wonlen. i MOBILE HOME PRICED TO CLEAR 14'x6B' 3 Bedroom MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES PHONE 327-19B6 Closing bylaw TABER (HNS) A new "hours of closing" bylaw has been passed by council. It provides for all businesses excluding those specified in the bylaw to remain closed after 6 p.m. five days each week and after noon on Wednesday. Groceries, clothing, depart- ment, hardware and novelty slores generally are governed by the bylaw which has the ap- proval of the Tabcr Business- men's Association and the po- lice department. Reviews centre SPAHWOOD (HNS) The East Kootenay Union Board of Health cannot own property, said administrator Frank Ber- toia. He was speaking about a let- Blood donor clinic WARNER Thc Border bounty blood donor clinic will re held from lo 9 p.m. Tuesday, July 18, in the Warner School. Donors from Masinasin, Milk River, Warner, New Dayton and Wrentham will be attending. ter from the health board sug-1 gesling that it take title to the Natal public health centre. Mr. Eertoia said negotiations are proceeding between Crows Nest Industries, owner of the centre, and the urban renewal committee for a price. It will then be transferred to the Dis- trict of Spanvood council to be held in trust for the building of another health centre for the community. New lights TABER (HNS) Complete conversion of 150 and 300-watt incandescent residential street lighting lo 175 watt mercury vapor type lias been authorized by town council. The change will result in a total of 135 lights outside the business area. It will involve additional service charges of some S55 for the newer type lighting. New lights will be on 57lh St. and 58th Ave. Council also took a prelimin- ary look at a Calgary Power Ltd. proposal to install 400- watt mv lights on Highway 30 and on 50th, 52nd. 54lh and 56th Avenues where the only light- ing is provided by businesses "n the industrial area. Urban renewal SPARWOOD (HNS) -The urban renewal project at Natal progressing satisfactorily, the board of the RDEK as been told. The beard was informed two more properties have been bought and nine more propor- .ies cleared. PICTURE BUTTE ADVANCED AQUATIC PROGRAM RLSS BRONZE MEDALLION JULY 16-AUGUST 26 Class Times: SUNDAYS 10 A.M. 1 P.M. MONDAYS 8 P.M. 9 P.M. WEDNESDAYS 7 P.M. 8 P.M. PREREQUISITES: Minimum Age 14 Yeon Senior Red Cross or Equivalent Minimum Enrolment: 8 ON 1972 G.M.C. FARM TRUCKS IT'S PERDUE MOTORS FOR THAT NEW GMC TRUCK EQUIPPED WITH BOX AND HOIST, STOCK RACKS OR JUST CAB AND CHASSIS "YES! TRADES ARE WELCOME" TRADES and TERMS G.M.A.C. FINANCING -.fflfc- All these (rucks are equipped with: Wrsl CoaM mirrois Engine block l.rolcr Hrovy duly front nnd roar suspension, ovorloadr spoko rrtommcndcd Im 900 niHirr J closn rallo Iransnmsion O vnl. rear oxlo 9'00 1ircs' rcar ".-AiiVTY 330 V-S cngino O Vacuum icr.Cfvc lank and gauao! 108" cab lo axlo for llml 15' grain or bool box t'l'i discuss trucks now, (ho trucks an tavingi loli ll ready la ga bcfom Ihn fall rusli. AVG. Meters (1964) PHONE 223-3571 TABER, ALBERTA alive satisfaction Brewed from the heart of Alberta's world famous Conquest barley malt, Come on over to Calgary Export. It's brewed from the world's finest malt Alberta's Conquest barley malt ripened to golden perfection under the western prairie sun. Here's beer the way beershould taste bursting with flavour, alive with deep-down satisfaction from the very first glass. Earned a man-sized thirst? Reach forCalgary Export. Come on over to Calgary Export. It's big, bold and beautiful! ;