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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta WOMEN OF THE DISTRICT World Day of Prayer service set initiative' rejected Has oivn office The volunteer job of be- ing corresponding secre- tary for the Fort Macleod Centennial Society was too big, not for Mrs. Belly Cook, but {or her home. So the Town of Fort Macleod donated an office. It fs inside the main entrance to the town hall (the old court Office hours for the Centennial secretary are to a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Telephone 234- 4077. Reserve seats FORT MACLEOD Mrs. Betty Cook, Fort Macleod Centennial Society secretary, is getting some interesting letters. One writer asked: "How do we reserve seats for the RCMP musical Mrs. Cook is in her town hall office from to a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Fri- day. She will relay messages to committee heads and provide information regarding any fac- et of the centennial. Her phone number Li 2344077. The incoming mail is increas- ing as the celebration nears. Most letters arc earmarked and often in- clude a pioneer family history. These names and addresses of Jormer residents are added to the already filed. There are many requests for the calender of events. It will be ready for mailing in April. Thursday, March 1. 1973 THE I.EtHBRIDGE HERA1D 15 COALDALE (HNS) A Loca annual World Day of Prayer service will be held at 4 Friday, March 2, in the Coal dale United Church. The theme is Alert in Our Time. Mrs. Albert Baldeo will speak. Special music will be pre- sented by groups from local churches. Mrs. Frank Goertzen is the local cd-ordinalor. COALOALE (HNS) A local Initiatives Project application, las been turned down. The application was for 600. Coaldale hoped to use the for north side water and sewer extensions and other work. Last year the town receiver about through the LIP program. DISTRICT Miles of streets COALDALE (HNS) There are 23.7 miles of streets and lanes in this town says a re- port submitted to council by Jim Taylor, public works su- perintendent. Inpresentingthe report, councillor Abe Ens, public works chairman, indicated costs of paving have increased. The town has a paving plant which needs repairs. Councillor Ens is obtaining costs on this. The cost of paving couM be about per lineal foot on ei- ther side of. the street or a to- tal of Annual meeting COALDALE (HNS) The annual meeting of Coaldale ratepayers will be held at p.m. March 28 at the Coaldale Sportsplex. Financial statements will be to all ratepayers prior to that date. Animals hit COALDALE (HNS) A town bylaw says unless a permit is obtained it is unlawful to har- bor horses, slieiland ponies, c.ows, donkeys, rmiles, asses, cheep, hogs and rabbits in town. Meet March 14 CARDSTON (HNS) The Cardslon Municipal Hospital Ladies Auxiliary welcomed Dan Hendson of Calgary. He showed a film entitled There's More To Be Done in connection with the upcoming heart fund drive. Choir workshop TABER (HNS) Thirteen studeib from W. K. Myers High School here will attend a nrovincially spc.isored high school choir workshop at Red Deer March 2 and 3. Must pay bills COALDALE (HNS) It is costly not to pay water and sewer and garbage bills issued by the town. Council recently passed sev- eral bylaws to accommodate improved office procedures and to enforce penalty fees accord- ingly. Bills must be paid by the first of the following month. After that date a five per cent penalty is levied. Miss Torok showered with gifts GRANUM (HNS) Miss Judy Torok was the guest of honor at a bridal shower held recently in the United Church Hall. Misses Diana Vogel and Del- ma Skuban of Rolling Hills and Miss Jane Torok of Granum as- sisted with the gifts. Two solos were sung by Miss Kathy Veenland. She was ac- companied by her mother, Mrs. P. Veenland. The committee gift was a set of pots and pans. Sicim pool to be ready for season Silver tray presented to Mrs. Barnes GRANUM (HNS) Mrs. Jean Barnes was presented re- cently with an engraved silver tray in recognition of her 10 years of service as secretary- treasurer .of the Granum Boy Scout group. The presentation was made Roy Fjordbotten, president, at a poHuck supper in the com- munity hall. Lew Blair of Fort Macleod showed slides and gave a talk on the World Jamboree in Greece. COALDALE (HNS) Town council will have the Sports- plex operational for the 1973 swimming season. This will be the opening year for the pool. It was completed in 1972. Mechanical and administra- tive details must be completed. Tliese jn alters will be referred to W. D. Geldert, recreation director. Signing of the new joint re- gional recreation agreement With the County of Lethbridge and municipalities in the coun- ty will take place as soon as the final document is prepared. Stirling school parley March 3 STIRLING (HNS) The an- nual school meeting will be held Saturday, March 3, at 1 p.m. at the school. Reports for the year's opera- tion will he given. There will not be an election for school board trustees at this time. Mrs. Dorothy Drewry's mu- sic students will entertain. Everyone may attend. Handicapped society names Henry Main CRANBROOK Cranbrook branch of the Koo- tenay Society for Handicapped Children, whose major function is operation of Juniper School, has named Henry Main chair- man of its board. Vice-chairmen are Don Isher- wood and Mrs. H. E. Ross; sec- retaries Mrs. O. J. Knight and Mrs. Ron Gartside. School and workshop operat- ing budget is expected to in- crease from to for 1973 with lengthening of tlie school day and additional staff and wages required. Dunn to speak at LDS parley TABER (HNS) Elder Paul H. Dunn, a member of the First Council of Seventy of the LDS Church, will speak at the Ta- ber conference Saturday and Sunday, March 10 airi 11, at Taber. Mr. Dunn, former president of the New England Mission, was a teacher and coordinator In the church's seminary and In- stitutes programs. He is the author of books on teaching techniques. He was a professional base- ball player prior to receiving a doctorate in educational admin- istration from the University of Southern California. The conference will be held Sunday at 10 a.m. in the Stake Centre, 50th Ave. and 47th St. Stake president Kenneth P. Anderson, Box 89, says visitors are welcome. COMEH i E r f WITH THE PURCHASE OF A VEHICLE VALUED OVER MARCH 1st 10th! WITH THE PURCHASE OF A VEHICLE VALUED UNDER SALES HOURS: Wide Open Doily 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 1510 Mayor Magrath Drive at 16th Avenue Dial 328-8861 ;