Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
22, 1973 THI IITHMIDGI HERAID S I District News I I In Brief I? CONCERT BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau Blairmore Junior Chori sters will be presenting a va riety concert, Make A Joyfu Noise in the Crowsnest Consoli dated High School amphi theatre at p.m. next Sun day. The variety program will feature both sacred and secu lar music. Advance tickets may be obtained from any of the choir members or may be pur chased at the door. HERTER SHOWER ETZIKOM miscel laneous shower was held in the Hoping Community Centre re- cently to honor Beverley Ann Herter, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. Edwin Herter. Assisting the new bride-to-be were the prospective groom's nieces, Rita and Rhonda Kana while his sister, Mrs. Norman (IsabeUe) Kana, recorded the gifts. SELECTED STERLING (HNS) Teen- agers Linda Nagy and Doreen Sullivan have been selected to attend a weeks training in play- ground and camping at West- castle, B.C. They will then con- duct activities for youngsters at the Stirling park. WARBLE CONTROL TABER (HNS) Taber MD has joined the ranks of the "warble controlled" municipali- ties in Alberta. The MD coun- cil recently passed a bylaw es- tablishing the district as a war- ble control area, requiring all cattle in the MD to be treated annually with systemic insecti- cide to comply with depart- ment of agriculture regula- tions. NEW ABATTOIR TABER (HNS) A new and up-to-date abattoir has opened for business four miles south and a mile east of Taber. The abattoir is now custom slaugh- tering hogs, cattle and sheep daily, and is affiliated with Joe's Butcher Shop here. De- Ed Ktemtn and father Joe expect an official opening of the new agri-industry during August. SPEND MINIMUM COALDALE (HNS) Spend the very minimum on capital renovations and improvements to keep the Coaldale Curling Club rink operational. This is the opinion of town council. STUDY RCMP COALDALE (HNS) The RCMP Centennial has been the cause of some concentrated study at the John Davidson School here- The Grade 6 class SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702-327-3610 wrote their own script for a dramatization of events begin- ning with the establishment of the whiskey forts in southern Alberta. The play was staged and enjoyed. MIDNIGHT DAYS FORT MACLEOD (Special) Midnight Days, the annual three-day rodeo, is slated for July 6, 7 and 8. The Little Royal will get the festivities under way July 6. Main attrac- tion July 7 is the parade and the Midnight Riders 4-H light horse show and rodeo. Purpledom has new royal lady in Mrs. Charlene Dunlop of Granuni GRANUM (HNS) Mrs. Ray (Charlene) Dunlop was install- ed recently as honored royal lady of the Order of the Royal Purple. Installing officer was district deputy Pat Deamouth of Bar- ons assisted by Mrs. Mel (Bet- ty) Erdman. and the Elks pa- trol team. The grand installing secre- tary, Mrs. Davis, of Barons also attended. Other officers installed were: past honored royal lady, Mrs. Don (Merle) Gassner; associ- ate royal lady, Mrs. Jerry (Gill) Brute; loyal lady, Emma Harsany; lecturing lady, Mrs. Barry (Bev) Pratte; secretary, Mrs. Gus (Joyce) Johnson; Holy Cross CWL chiefs installed FORT MACLEOD To end the year's activities, the Holy Cross Catholic Women's League held a wine and cheese party in the rectory. Attending were members, former members and women new to town. Speaking to the 30 women present was Muriel Ragan. Her topic was centennial. She sum- marized the events leading up to the present and suggested areas the CWL could persue as centennial projects. Earlier an election of offi- cers for the new term was held. Installing the new slate was Fa- ther John Maes. Mrs. Dora Lemire, out go- ing president was presented with her past president's pin and a gift of appreciation, an engraved tray. Leading the group into cen- ;ennial year are: Pauline Dusyk, president; Jean Day, 1st vice president; Mary Swanson, 2nd vice president; 5Yances Gates, 3rd vice-pres- dent; Althea Jordan, secre- tary; Helen Beste, treasurer; rillian Pascal, Charlotte Balk- am and" Ruth Mitchell, coun- cillors. The group will re convene in September and is planning several new ventures for the 'all season. we information about 4 Alberta CYPRESS HILLS DINOSAUR ENTRANCE WRITING-ON-STDNE If you know, or know someone who knows, anything about the early history, land uses, studies on plants, animals, geology, or any other information on the resources of these parks. please let us know. The Provincial Parks Division through sonsulttnt services is preparing a resource inventory on these 4 major parks, and would appreciate your help. Appropriate information can be supplied in writing, or verbally. Please contact. T.A. Drinkwater Director of Parks Room 126. Natural Rtsourcei Bldg. EDMONTON, Alberta Telephone: 229-3073 LANDS AND FORESTS Provincial Parks Division treasurer, Mrs. George (Virgin- ia) Sakatch; chaplain, Mrs. Charley (Frances) Wesley; con- ductress, Mrs. Marcel (Laura) Pratte; historian, Mrs. Larry (Joan) DeMaere; inner guard, Mrs. Doug (Pat) Mackintosh; outer guard, Mrs. Mel (Col- lette) Mensinger; trustees, Mrs. Case (Deina) Hykoop, Mrs. Ron (Elizabeth) Eliason and Mrs. Gordy (Mary Lou) Jones; and pianist, Mrs. Len (Lynn) Bail- ey. Action teens South West Action Teens was reorganized here re- cently and holds a coffee house meeting each Wed- nesday. The club also play home games. Back row, from left, Robert Pike, president; Anton Navratil, vice-president; and Warren Ostby, social convener. Front, Wilma Bakker, trea- surer; and Carol Plomp, secretary. 27-bed hospital would answer report NATAL (HNS) The annual report of the East Kootenay Regional Hospital District for the year 1972 has recently re- ported the achievements of that year. Con-struction was com- menced on the new Fernie and district hospital in September with a 50-week construction schedule. A BCHIS survey team con- ducted a survey in the Crows- nest Pass concerning the fu- ture of hospital facilities to ser- vice that area. The report showed a total bed requirement for the Fernie school district for 1976 of 87 beds. (Fernie hospital original- ly scheduled for 66 completed beds and a core to serve 75 The report recommended that two hospitals be built with- in this allocation. In addition to the replace- ment of the Fernie hospital Al- ready approved, a further hos- pital should be built in Spar- wood. In view of the fact that 66 beds have been approved for Fernie, it was suggested that six of those beds be left un- QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechank Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-7684 finished with the result that only 60 are opened, the re- maining 27 beds could there- fore be allocated to a new hos- pital at Sparwood, the report said. The bed configuration for this facility would be approxi- mately five beds for pe- diatrics, four beds for mater- nity and 18 for adult and surgical patients. It was further recommended that a diagnostic and treat- ment centre be developed in Elkford. NATIONAL COURTESY CARD' LEASING The motor vehicle aejcnBsO on tha Dick of tnls Identifi- cation Card His 'Been from a Ford Authorised Leasing System of Canada Lessor (names It would be appreciated if every courtesy Including prompt QuaMty service and any appropriate fleet discounts on parti tie extended to tne operator of ttiis venicie. 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