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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 31, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HMALD 3 Bus to games PINCHER CREEK (Special) Competitors ifl track and field, swimming, junior boys' and girls' slowpitch and junior boys' and girls' tennis will have a bus provided to take them to the Summer Games at Bow Island. The bus will leave the Mem- orial Community Centre Arena at 7 a.m. Aug. 2, and return Aug. 3 at- 6 p.m. There is DO charge. Sleeping accommodation will be provided in school gymnasi- ums on the evening of Aug. 2. These gymnasiums will be sup- ervised and have a curfew time. Meals may be obtained in the Bow Island Royal Canadian Legion hall at a nominal cost. Athletes are reminded they must be wearing the Pincher Creek team ribbon and a Boos- ter Button in order to compete in events at Bow Island. Brownie holiday ENCHANT The First Enchant brownie Pack recently attended a pack holiday held at the Girl Guide campsite at Fort Macleod. This was a special training camp for leaders who are work- ing for their pack holiday li- cences. Under insurance regulations only guiders with a licence are permitted to take girls camp- ing. Tt was supervised by camp advisor Helen Rustin of Leth- bridge. There were 32 brownies In all accompanied by their leaders from various points. Brownies from Echant were Myra Burrell, Cmday Hagen, Beverly Soulhwood, Lois Lee, Colleen Stamp, Jeanette Prouty, Shelly Prouty and Candy Mar- tin. Leaders from Enchant were Kathy Egeland, Gladys Hagen, Shirley Prouty and Audrey Prouty. Brownies and leaders went on a five-mile hike, and took part in all Brownie activities. They also visited the Fort Macleod Museum. Honeys return IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Haney and Miss Barbara Haney have re- turned from, eastern Canada where they attended the Cana- dian Seed Growers' Association convention in Halifax. GRAND CHAMPION Edmonton's Klondike Days Exposition's grand champion Guernsey femals is Guernsdel Billy'j, Floss, shown by W. W. Alexander, of Picture Bulte. Not opposed COALDALE (HNS) De- spite opposition by the Old- man River Regional Planning Commission town council here recently agreed unanimously they were not opposed to resi- dential development of the Har- rison subdivision west of the town limits. Blood donor clinics set The Canadian Red Cross So- ciety mobile blood donor clinics to be held in August: VAUXHALL: Wed n e s d a y, Aug. 9, Community Hall, to p.m., Conveners: Mrs. R. L. Hlggins, Box 123, Phone 654-2419 and Ken Blaney, Box 376, Phone 654-2480. VULCAN: Thursday, Aug. 24, County Central High School Gymnasium, 3 to 8 p.m. Con- venor: Mrs. Marilyn Gore, Box 627, Phone 485-2113. Miss Dennis idus trip PINCHER CREEK (Special) Miss Lorna Dennis, an ac- tive 4-H Club member, has been chosen as one of 10 delegates from Alberta to represent the province at the Western Pro- vinces Seminar at Vancouver. The delegates left Calgary recently and were joined by the Saskatchewan delegates. They travelled by van to Vancouver. They will be billeted in Van- couver at the Jericho Hill School. At the seminar, they will be working with people in downtown Vancouver. To win this award, Miss Den- nis, 18, entered the provincial competitions in 4-H work. Tests were given and the students with Die highest number of points were the ones selected. Arnold Malone of the depart- ment of culture, youth and re- creation accompanied Ore party. VOLUNTEENS RECEIVE BADGES The Crowsnesl Poss General Hospital graduated its first 18 young Vol- unteens at ceremonies held ot the hospital. It was attend- ed by 100 people. Sealed: Isabel Rojek, Laura Craven, Janice Ash, Heidi Brandt, Colleen Cotonio, Caroline Cox, Sandra DePiero, Joanne Dobek, Bebbie Duncan, Cather- ine Goodman and Mae Oar. Back row: Lea Plante, Saskia Van Delft, Gail Wells, Betty Topp'm, George Lisziscan, Eleanor Tuckwood, Sandra Stecyk; nursing director Rene Rinaldi, Mrs. I. Service, director of Red Cross Youlh for Alberta and the North West Territories; hospital board chairman Mel Cornett; nurse Nettie Kinnear; Dr. John Walker and nurse Elizabeth Sherrington. The group is the first to graduate. Decoux Pholo Piuclier industrial development spurred by Mayor Terau PINCHER CREEK (Special) At the recent town council meeting, an amendment to the traffic by-law was approved. It legalizes all traffic signs within the town. The town superintendent Is authorized to establish the signs and a master plan will be in the town office. Mayor Teran will approach citizens whom he thinks might be interested in serving on an industrial development commit- tee. It will be established "with the aim of preparing a long- range projection as to the fut- ure expansion in the town of Pincher Creek. The Junior Forest Wardens' request that the town pay half of the taxes on their Main S. property was approved. The Pincher Creek MC will be pay- ing the other hall. A donation of ?200 was given to the agricultural society for organizing the parade this year. Hugh Waddle will care for the town's float. Confirmation was also given to hold the mayor's luncheon again this year. A detailed breakdown of rev- enue and expenditures up to May 31 was given by 0. Haigh, chairman of finance. The esti- mated surplus for the year is In regards to Ray Degen wishing to replace the sidewalk beside his property, in order to straighten out the recent prob- lems with his driveway, council instructed Mr. Malanchuck to take a level of the area and bring the findings back to coun- cil. Mr. Degen wishes to re- place the sidewalk himself but it is contrary to town policy. In a letter to council G. Rig- aux informed them that he was Canadian Conseil de la Radio-Television Commission Canadienne PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT BROADCASTING REGULATIONS Following an announcemenl on March 10, 1972, and a Public Hearing held in Kingston in June, on pro- posed amendment to ihe Television Broadcaslmg Regu- lations, the Canadian Radio-Television Commission an- nounces Iliot Ihe Canadian programming credil of 25 per cent "for ihe dubbing of foreign programs as out- lined in Section 6AU) of ils Regulations is retained. The Commission notes that, on the basis of the presentation! of broadcasters and representatives of the dubbing in- dustry, this regulation constitutes a meaningful incentive for an industry which is a major of Canadian talent and production facilities. The Commission also announces that it will no longer limit ihe percentage of programs that may be imported from any single country. The Commission's recently announced co-produclion guidelines are intend- ed to provide on encouragement to joint programming ventures between Canadian and foreign, producers. A new amended Television Broadcasting Regula- tions relative to Canadian programmes in television scheduled are a minimum of 60 per cent over the pro- gram day with an addilional requirement lhat Cana- dian programmes must achieve at least 50 per cent in any recognized period of the broadcast day in the case of privalo licensees and 60 per cent in the case of (he CBC. The Commission is oplimislic thai -the privale ele- ment of the Canadian broadcasling system under the new minimum requirement and tho provision of the co-production guidelines will bo able to increase the omounl of Canadian programmes, 1o improve its quality and provide added Canadian and international expos- ure of Canadian creative resources. Tlio amended provisions for Broadcast Licence Foe Regulations ond now Broadcasting Information Return! Regulations aro enacted without substantial changes. Tho Licence Fee Regulations in nffncf ex cm pi imall communily-owned television robroo decs ting stations tn well as student carrier current undcr-taVings [rom a licence fco requirement. The Broadcasting Information Return Regulations require that stations must file their information returns by November 30 each year, for 1ho period commencing September 1 of Ihe year preceding and ending on August 31 of the year in which Iho return is filed. Thcso amendments 1o Broadcasling Rogulationi woro published In tho Canada Gazelle dated July 12, 1972. Coupnl, Secretary. TOPS IN TENNIS The Noblcford Tennis Club rc- ccnlly hosted eliminations for the summer games. Tennis players who will represent Ihe County of Lclhbrldgc are: hack row. Karl hang, Ned Jankunis, Mrs. Mcrtycc Jnn- kitnis, Perry Luchlu; ccnlro row, Vrronlca .Tankitnls. San- dra Pike, fiwrn kneeling, K a Ui y Jankunis, Kirk Hofman; and left. In- serts, (op, Ken PIcrson, and lower, Kevin Luchla, nil Noblcford. IMPORTED PETS Knrly Indians brought Inmed from Asia lo tho New W wld or more years ago. THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS BOILED LINSEED OIL: EXTERIOR LATEX or OIL BASE FENCE PAINT Wallpaper Assorted patterns Regular Single Roll CLEARING AT 2 tSl" 4.49 Freddie's Paint 616 3rd AVE. S. (Western) Lid. PHONE 327-5540 fencing his property along Ihe side of the road to the disposa area and lagoons to prevent en- corachmenc. A discussion was held on the [uture the goK course. Mr Waddle reported the estimatcc cost to repair the arena roof was Coaldale iibrary shelves new books COALDALE (HNS) The jeneral public should avail .hemselves of the variety of reasures in the books in the Coaldale Centennial Library, says librarian Mrs. Dean Cofell. Library hours for the sum- mer months; 3 to 5 p.m. Tues- ays and Thursdays and 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturdays. Some new books recently added are the Graham Kerr Cookbook, Gardening Without Poisons, Tlie Pollution "Reader, Graphology Fun Encyclopedia (for rainy day Books for Young Adults, and books on sports, mysteries and others. Many current magazines ar- rive at the library. For a fee of 25 cents per year persons may read any of the many books or magazines. Mrs. Cofell reports total cir- culation in 1972 to the end of May was as compared to for the same period last year. The library hoard has urged the public to visit the library. At a recent meeting the board discussed the possibility of or- dering paperbacks. No decision was made. The next meeting will be Sept. 14. During May, 11 persons re- newed their memberships and seven new members joined. The Coaldale Cub Pack visit- ed the library recently. About 50 cubs and two leaders par- ti cipalcd. CLEARING AT 20% Off! CONVENIENT TERMS 326 5th Street South Lethbridgo Phone 327-8578 ATTENTION SENIOR CITIZENS SHELTER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM IF YOU ARE AGE 65 OR OVER AND RESIDE IN ALBERTA IN 1972, YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO CLAIM ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: RENTER ASSISTANCE Assistance (Renter) A (lat grant of for Ihe year if Hie applicant rents living accommodation as a normal place of residence in a building that is subject to the imposition of taxes to meet the Provincial School Levy or leases a municipally- licensed mobile unit and occupies it as his normal place of residence. Applications Applications must be made to any office of the Depart- ment of Municipal Affairs located as Edmonton, Calgary, Hanna, Medicine Hat, Drumheller, Rocky Mountain House, Westlock, Edson, Lac La Biche, Evans- burg, Valleyview, High Prairie, Spirit River, Peace River, High Level, Bonnyville. Lethbridge, Grande Prairie, Wainwright, and Red Deer. In addition, any Treasury Branch, Treasury Branch Agency, or local taxing auth- ority can supoly applicalion forms but may not accept applications HOMEOWNER ASSISTANCE If you have resided in your own homo (or more than 120 days and are otherwise eligible to receive a Home- owners Tax Discount: When a School Tax is Levied either a) Tax Discount (Homeowner) Homeowners Tax Discount ivhiChever is the ppaler CM b) Tax Abatement (Homeowner) The amount of the tax levied by your municipality lo meet Ihe Provincial School found- ation Program Rrquisilicn. When a License Fee is Imposed Reduced License Fee (Mobile Unit Homeowner Licensee; Either (a) or (b) as above whichever is the greater, lo reduce the Mobile Unit License Fee. Applications Ask your local taxing or licensing authority for informa- lion and application forms, if not already received. All applicants except Mobile Unit Homeowner Licensees must apply lor !heir assistance by December 31. 1972. Mobile Unit Homeowner Licensees have until December 31, 1973 lo make their application. Renler Assitance does NOT apply lo residence in Senior Citizen Lodges or Nursinc Homes exempt from School Tax Levies. For homeowners under age 65, entitlement (o the regular Tax Discount continues as before. DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA ;