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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta COALDALE (HNS) - the Barons-Burcka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: COAL1IURST: Tuesday, March 6, In the Coalhurst High School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and.l to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, March 6, in the health unit office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30 to 4 p.m. BARN WELL: Wednesday, March 7, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. IRON SPRINGS: Wednesday, March 7, in the school from l:30 to 3:30 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, March 8, in the health unit office (upstairs In the town office building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30 to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, March 8, in the health unit office, in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30 to 4 p.m. HAYS: Tuesday, March 13, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, March 13, in the Picture Butte High School from 10 a.m. to 12 soon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, March 13, in the health unit office, in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30 to 4 p.m. For social service appointments telephone: Coaldale 345-3388; and Taber 223-3911. The medical officer of health urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against contagious disease and tooth decay. Beauty and the prince Students of the Crowsnest Pass Consolidated High School recently held the annual Valentine party and dance. Queen, junior princess and Mister Sweetheart contest winners were announced. Back row, from left, Lea Plante, Brenda Hume,. Darlene Nie-meyer, Queen Ruth Ash, Mister Sweetheart Wayne Krebs, past queen Margaret McDonald and Marie Desharnals. Front row, Maureen Shannon, Marianne Yanota, Georg-ina Hume, Junior Princess Chris Lindholm, Cindy Mailott and Brenda Baher. iftSx&x:^^ Friday, March 2, 1*79 - THE LITHBRIDOI HERA ID - f Poor TV reception plagues 'Pass town NATAL (HNS) - District of Sparwood municipal clerk Miss Loretta Montemurro hae reported to council that a petition in regard to poor television reception has been received and copies were being sent to the department of communications and to the member of the legislature, Leo T. Nim-slck, Council decided to ask Mr. Nimsick to use his influence in an effort to have B.C. Hydro send in a special crew to clear* up the television r e c e p tion problem. Council decided to send a letter of thanks to Kaiser Resources limited for that company's activities in regard to a request from council for additional control of dust emissions from the dryer plant facilities of the company. - In a report to council, Kaiser Resources indicated a television camera had been installed at the dryer to provide better monitoring of emissions. Kaiser Resources reports it is attempting to provide lighting so the camera monitoring can be conducted on a 24-hour basis. . Council further expressed Pancake dinner at Stirling , on March 5 STIRLING (HNS) - A pancake and homemade sausage dinner will be held at the school here Monday, March 5, at 6 p.m. It is sponsored by the Stirling Lions Club. Proceeds will be contributed to the Boy Scout organization here. Bingo .will be played following dinner. Everyone is welcome. IMIMM? rW DISTRICT K5Hc I ;-s4 Taber MD has $93,000 deficit Antiques shown CARMANGAY (HNS) - The Little Bow Community Club enjoyed an interesting display of crafts and antiques at its recent meeting. Bob Maxwell donated a hand-made planter; Grace Hil-lard donated a ' hand-painted velvet picture; and Greta Sod-erquist donated a pair of hand-painted pillow cases. These will be raffled. Green and Gold Ball directed by dance team RAYMOND (HNS) - The four-ward LDS Church Mutual Improvement Association, an organization for the young people of the stake, held its annual Green and Gold Ball recently at the Raymond Culture Centre, The hall was bright with decorations. Many young people were joined by parents for an evening of dancing. During the evening young people demonstrated dances. These dancers were trained by four-ward dance directors. They will be seen in a floor show at the coming stake ball March 23 at the same centre. The event was dirocled by Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hill, dance directors for the Raymond Second Ward. They were assisted by a committee of members from the four wards. Master of ceremonies Byron 'Gough introduced dancers taking part in the floor show. Each miss was gowned in a pastel pink dress. The young men wore shirts of matching material. TABER (HNS) - Increased expenditures of about $100,000 coupled with reduced property taxation below last year has resulted in a net operating deficit of $93,172 for the Taber MD for 1972. A budgetary allocation of $127,000 from accumulated reserves resulted in a book surplus of $33,828, slightly lower than the $36,639 surplus reported for 1971 when no reserve funds were transferred. Total expenditures approached the $2 million mark. The actual output was $1,982,579 as compared with' $1,882,075 for 1971. an Increase of 5.5 per cent. Major increase was the allocation to capital expenditures ot 5135,470, up from $86,551 for the previous year. Capital expenditures included the purchase of a number of trucks, a road grader, a road compacter, a pulver-mix-er, and several other items for the public works -department. The MD's fixed assets similarly just missed the $2 million mark, standing at $1,954,-754 at the year-end with just under $1.5 million involved in machinery and equipment. f:lWA ALBERTA W&fA ALL-RISK E23 CROP INSURANCE WIDER PROTECTION AT LOWER COST LOWER PREMIUMS Increased government assistance lowers premiums by one-third on the average. HIGHER COVERAGE Coverage is now based on the latest 10-year period, reflecting modern improvements in . farm production. LOW-COST HAIL ENDORSEMENT "Spot loss" coverage for hail losses is now available on an optional basis at a premium of only 40% of the Corporation's normal hail rate. SEE YOUR AGENT SOON... for full information on the new protection programme, and complete your election__ of Crops, Coverage and Insured Values for 1973. DEADLINE FOR NEW APPLICATIONS APRIL 30 IMPORTANT BENEFITS Now one-half of tho premium and all administration costs are paid by the governments, so your insurance costs leas. Discounts are allowed for cash, size and good experience; and coverage "bonuses" for those with lass-free records. Price and coverage options enable you to tailor insurance to your needs. FULL PROTECTION All-Risk Crop Insurance protects your Investment f against all unavoidable causes of loss: Drought, Excess Moisture, Frost, Snow, Insects, Plant Dis-easo, Wind, Wildlife and Hail. CROP INSURANCE ASSURES A GUARANTEED PAY-DAY ALBERTA HAIL AND CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION SJ^STREET S.W., CALGARY, ALBERTA T2R 0V2 Gibb's Insurance Service BARONS, AITA. Phona 757-3820 Alan W. Rains 2102 18th Ave. S. LETHBRIDGE, AITA. Phont 328-6821 Revenue fund assets rose above the $2 million mark at $2,121,725, including investments of $1,075,000 which earned about $59,000 last year. In addition to reserves for future health unit requisitions (now being absorbed by the provincial government) for future road work, for uncoliect-able accounts receivable and taxes, and for property ac- 19th annual New Dayton bonspiel awards prizes to four rinks NEW DAYTON (HNS) - The 19th Annual New Dayton Bonspiel wound up with a banquet and dance at the Stadium. Prizes were presented as follows: 1ST UNIFAKM EVENT: Lawrence Kaupp, Bob Duncan, George Wozak, Len Kessier. 2ND W. II. GORRIL EVENT: August Kaupp, Len Hass, Rick Duell, Alan Duncan. 3RD GOLF CLUB EVENT: Norman Paulson, Victor Kaupp, Ed Kaupp, Harry Gorrill. 4TII SUPERIOR 77 EVENT: Tom Cronkhite, Art Beaton, Alex Karpiuk,' Howard Kaupp. A gift was given to the draw-master, August Kaupp, and Mrs. Kaupp received a corsage. A prize was also given to the rink with the biggest end. It : WOMEN i I OF THE I 1 DISTRICT i Brownies, Guides meet for supper CARMANGAY (HNS) -Brownies and Girl Guides marked Lord Baden Powell's birthday with an informal pot-luck family supper.. Brownies sang the invocation. The toast to the Queen was given by Brownie Arlenc Volk. Brown Owl Kay Greer reported on Brownie activities and Capt. Eleanor Ross reported for the Girl Guides. Mrs. Andy Dunipace _ Champion spoke on her ad ventures in Girl Guides in England before she came to this country. Lorry Ross thanked Mrs. Dunipace. Brownies entertained with action songs and Guides performed skits and songs. Guests were Area Commissioner Rosella Hubka and District Commissioner Hazel Lyckman. A church parade was also held. of Priscilla Club CARMANGAY (HNS) -Ruth Shumaker was the hostess for the Priscilla Club's recent meeting with eight members present. Plans were made to serve lunch at the Joe Laczo farm auction sale March 20. Margaret McLcod will bo hostess for the March mooting. was won by the Art Beaton rink. With teachers' convention, the club had many more students taking part this year. Alan Duncan's link had the eldest and youngest curlers, O. G. Cronkhite, 70, and Greg Skeith, 12. One-day choir clinic March 17 TABER (HNS) - Tlxj music division of the provincial government, in co-operation with W. R. Myers High School here, will sponsor a one-day choir clinic Saturday March 17. Invitations have been sent out to church choirs, high school choirs and other amateur groups in the southern Alberta region. Consultant will be Lloyd Erickson. He is supervisor of music for the Calgary public school board. Mr. Erickson is also director of the Calgary Philharmonic Chorus and leader of the Erickson Singers. quired for taxes all adding up to $395,482, the MD financial statement shows an accumulated surplus of $1,592,543. Ratepayers will have an opportunity to discuss the municipal finances at their annual meeting set for 1:30 p.m. March 14 at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall here. concern about air pollution by giving final reading and approval to changes in the air pollution control bylaw which establishes more stringent standards for permissible- industrial emissions of dust into the air. The new standards were established with the assistance of the regional health officer who also conducts sampling tests to ensure compliance with the standards of the bylaw. A letter was received from Iro T. Nimsick advising council to contact the minister of finance with its request to have a provincial government agency established at Sparwood. He would request a driver testing service in Sparwood if facilities could be provided for the examiner. In response council decided to advise Mr. Nimsick that facilities would bo available in the municipal building. Mr, Nimsick also responded to an enquiry from council in regard to proposed legislation for capital grants for the recreation complex. He advised council the bill had been tabled until the end of the sitting and a copy of it will be sent to council. A letter was received from the Michel-Natal District Hospital board requesting an allocation of 10-acres of land suitable for a new hospital. Council turned the matter over to the advisory planning commission with a request that the commission recommend three possible sites for a new hospital. 12 quick goals Wode O'Sullivan, 11, of Fort Macleod, fired in 12 quick goals and came up wilh three assists to lie up recent pee wee hockey action at Fort Macleod. Dean Kay netted the goal that gave the Fort Cougars the two-game, total point series, sending Vauxhall down to defeat. Wade's goal: to play hockey in the pro leagues. Tour factory CARMANGAY (HNS)-Arne Dahl. Bill Hoffarlh, Keith Clark and Rudy Hubka of Carman-gay; Gordon Carlson of Champion; and Lome Miller and Richard Rowe of Barons flew to Waterloo, Iowa, where they toured the John Deere tractor factory. They also went to Moline, HI., where they were shown through the factory where John Deere combines and other machinery are manufactured. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION -:- JOB PRINTING Vernon Deeoux, Resident Rep., Blairmere - Phone 562-214? Fortune Tellers Astrology E.S.P., Dreams FUTURE! WHAT IS IN THE FUTURE FOR YOU? # The Bible tias the answer # An amazing prophecy 2500 years old # Fulfilling before our eyes Come and Hear ARTHUR L. HANDS, M.A., M.Div. PASTOR, EDUCATOR, EX-MISSIONARY PRESENT WHEN ASTROLOGY FAILS AND DREAMS COME TRUE!  AN URGENT MESSAGE FOR YOU  VIVIDLY ILLUSTRATED WITH PICTURES ON THE SCREEN  COME EARLY, BRING A FRIEND* SATURDAY, MARCH 3,11:00 A.M. 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