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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Y, Morcll 1. Ittt TITt LtTHeRIOCE HtRAiD 3 TO PERFORM CONCERT The University of Alberta Confer! Choir will perform at 8 p.m. Friday ol the R. I. Baker School, Coaldale. The choir rehearses above on the shore of Lake Newell at Kinbrook Island Provincial Park. Dr. David Stacker is the conductor. Membership is drawn from all faculties on the campus. Colemau snoiv removal Szymanek crew praised By VI5RN DECOUX Crowsncst Pass Bureau COLEMAN Town foreman Rudy Szymanck of Colemriii and his crew were praised by council this week for the "ex- cellent job of snow removal and street cleaning" they dill during recent severe blizzard condi- tions in this area. They have worked weekends and round the clock to keep roads and streets open. As a r e s u H no Colemaniles had to lose work due to in-lown road conditions. The foreman was authorized to hire additional help and equipment and to pay the crews overtime'al his own dis- cretion. Two representatives of tlie Crowsnest Pass recreation board attended council to pre- sent the recreation budget. Council felt since the town's as- sessment is down II per the recreation budget shouiJ be reduced proportionately and therefore they could not accept (he budget. They requested the recreation board to revise the budget. Coleman Credit Union pres- ident Fern Paqueltc and EyJ Woods inquired it lots were available in the town's now subdivision. The Credit Union is planning (o creel a new build- ing to house the Credit Union, The membership has in the last five years. A Idler was directed ts Ccn- nct and While, contractors, (they are going to build (ho new shopping inviting them to attend nest council meeting to discuss plans for thp new building. Ted of the Oldman Hiver Regional Planning Commission will also IK present lo discuss layout, of lanes, slreets and parking areas in the new shopping cen- tre A d v e r I i s ements will bo ilaccd in local papers request- ng that persons desiring lots in be new subdivision submit heir names to council. A suffi cient number of lots will be sur- B rownies ivm badges BARONS Barons 1st liroivnies attended church ser vices here recently lo mark Thinking Day. Winning World Friendship badges were Miss Dawn De Boer, Miss Sharon McNeely, Miss Linda Machacck, Miss Diane Cutforlh and Mis Sherry Fleming. Miss Chris Fazio of Lethbridge officiated Brownies placed candles in a birthday cake for other Brownies around the world Parents watched. Mrs. Ellen Johnson, loca artist, will lecture on art ap- preciation to prepare Brownies for art badges. veyed. A letter from CFCN-TV said I ork on locating a suitable I area for installation of a satel- lite has been delayed due to the weather. Freezing water lines have psscd a problem. It was dis- closed there would be no thaw- ing of water lines on Sundays except for emergency cases (such as hospitals or Residents are advised the first thaw service is free but on call-backs a nominal charge is levied. Councillor Jerry Rejnian was delegated to see Oiat a con- tractor is engaged to build an additional exit on the local li- brary, Negotiations are continuing with ClIPE. uaymond Tlv DELIA WOOU'' Herald News Service RAYMOND Raymond Community Savings and Credit Union Ltd. has se' a shares goal of SIOO.OOO for 1972. The figure at present Is just slightly more than Offi- cers feel (he higher figure can be readied with a little more effort on the part of those con- cerned. The financial report was pre- s-enied at Ihe annual meeting and banquet held in the Uni- ted Church with women from Ihe church catering to 42 mem- bers present. C. A. Nalder, treasurer, pre- sented the financial report and spoke of aclivilies for 1971. Net profit for the year was shown at distributed to members as dividends and in tcresl refunds. The union has a membership of 142. Too many members are inaclivo, it was felt. Officers have a desire overcome tins condition this year. Glen Tiuilock of H credit committee disclosed in hh re- Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Blnirmore Phone 562-2149 )ort loans bad been made lo nembers for a total of hbwing an increase over las' figure. Loans were mad The congregation of St. Paul's Uni ted Church ot Milk River gath ered recently to review 197, and (o plan for 1972. Hovey Reese, chairman o! the unified board, presided. J Reports were received from the board, the session; minis- try and personnel; Sunday school; Christian education; Explorers; CG IT; United Church Women: Senior Ladies Guild and AOTS lien's Club. The following will serve for 1972: Beard of managers: Roy II u m m e 1, chairman, Ravi Schmitt, treasurer. I Christian education: Mrs. Alice Cleland. Ministry and personnel: Charles 'jotaston and Gene j Mandin. Music: Mrs. Nellie Bair. Manse representative: Ralph Ostenbcrg. Church property: Jan Gomv. Youth representative: Susan i Snow. Session members: Ray Clc- land, Hovey Reese, Charles H e n d r i c k so n. Mrs. Emma Schmitt, Mrs. Beth Douglas. ound pony steaks were enjoy- ble eating. As this came into larger pro- luction, much of the meat was tickled in a brine in barrels. Today the chief method ol ireparalion and distribution is one of chilling the meat and ex- porting by air lo European countries it is consider- ed a delicacy. The days of conaling wild orses is over but actually lorse production is on the in- crease in ranches and farms especially in Ihc four or five U.S. states to the south At first thought il may not ssem so, but actually there is very humanitarian paint oE view7 in this business. Many horses no longer used arc turn- ed out. in fields to fend for themselves with very litlle feed available causing suffering on their parl. Several thousand horses a year arc now being sold for marketing. Mr. Drcwry and '.us family have a keen' interest in train- ing, showing and riding hordes. John Drcwry's first home was in a small comrr.unily in Arkansas. He feels a small town is the most healthy place to raise children. lie also en- joys the quiet and sociability. Thus he chose Stirling lo settle, feeling it is an ideal size com- munity. More district on 21 THIRD EVENT The Third event, tiie Nobleford Royol Canadian Legion Event, was by the Jerry Mochacok rink of the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute. Skip Mncha- cek, Danny Culforlli, third, Penny lyon, second, and Patty Slol'ler defeated the Anton Navrbtil rink of Nobleford. Another fCI rink skipped by Bill Alkinson was out ot the spiel first, winning crying towels. Sixteen rinks com- peted. A dance followed. RE A must IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Turin-Iron Springs Rural Electrification Association held its annual meeting in the Huntville School recently with 36 members attending. Repre- sentatives of Farm Elcclric Services were in attendance. Officers named for the com- ing year included Walter F. Boras, president; Ben Loman. Kinleysidc to speak Monday COALDALE (UN'S) Rev. George Kinleysidc will sjicAk on his mission work at 8 p.m. Monday. March in the Coal- dale United Church. He Ls in charge of the Thom- as Crosby, a mission out- reach of the United Church ol C.inarl.i which (r.ivels .nlonij Ihc remote area's of Ihe H.t'. eojsi. The boa I. hrinfis supplies and relief fo areas which are not accessible hy road. Tho spreading of thc> "Rospel of Cbrist'1 is Ihc foremost mis- sion Mr. Kinleysirle is respon- sible for. The is invited (o hear him at (his j-peeial meeting. COUMTRY NEWS These Arc Tlie LetWmdge Herald Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR General Ool.viry GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBUIL Control Delivery PICTURE BUTTE S P. JOHNSON Con. Oil. RAYMOND MRS. DtllA Gen. Del. TURIN Mn. Paulin JuhaT Phono 738-4394 Contact Ihoj- pcopta tor your DiHricI Newi or Classified Advertising iors Lawrence Lawlor, Cor Van Raay, Ed Folden, Nick Stron- ski, and Herman Slroeve. Ken Dalgliesh was retained as auditor. 30'' deluxe rcingo O Plug out elements O Automatic cooking centre fcss wiin 236 13lh SI. N. ;