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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 - THE LETHBRIOCE HERAIO - Saturday, March �, 1971 Recreation complex held up by financing SPAR WOOD - Financial problems, along with a March 31 deadline on projects coming within the scope of federal assistance loans, cloud the future of the proposed recreational complex at Sparwood. Plans for the complex were presented to council and a representative of Kaiser Resources at a meeting on Feb. 17. Estimated cost was given at about $712,000. Council referred the matter Win at cards ETZIKOM (HNS) - Top scores in the recent bridge games was Mrs. Sandy (Jessie) Davis and Bruno Yizek with lows going to Mrs. Gerome (Gladys), Stromsmoe and Adam Lanz. In the wMst section Mrs. Clovis (Kay) SobeJtgen and Hilmer Halver-son took highs. to its finance committee to decide how much borrowing power could be earmai-ked for the complex, but gave no hint as to how much it may contribute. It was reported at the meet-mg that a Kaiser representative had announced that a substantial grant would not be fortlKoming due to Kaiser's present financial status, but if the recreation commission would present an anticipated profit and loss report Kaiser would see what could be done. MARCH 31 TENDERS The recreation commission apparently hoped that application could be made for a federal loan, but to be eligible for federal assistance, projects must be ready for tender by March 31. With money not immediately coming from either Kaiser or the municipal coundl, tWs is apparently impossible. February busy month for nurses PINCMER CREEK (Special) - February proved to be a very busy month for some of the nursing staff of St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. M. Harry and Mrs. S. Johnson attended a workshop at Lethbridge which related to encouraging closer relationships between patients and the nursing st^f. Four nursing aides attended the seminar at tin Banff School of Fine Arts. Mrs. J. Hardy attended a director of nursing course at Edmonton. Mrs. Westley and Mrs. N. Murray will attend a meeting and panel discussion at Lethbridge Tuesday, March 8. The in-training program for students of the Matthew Halton High School was reported to be working very well and was to ttuB advantage of both the stu- TOP TENTERS TAKE TENT PEG - Don Fisher, icout-master of the 1st Tober Troop, receives the Golden Tent Peg Award from Flatlands district president Mrs. Jeanne Schnell. The presentation was made at the troop's annual parent-scout banquet recently at Taber. -Ross Gibb Photo ^ Roundup of District' 1 Finals Sunday PINCHER CREEK (Special) - TTie 'Pass Hockey League will hold its one-day playoff finals Sunday, March 7, at 10 a.m. in the Pincher Greek Arena. lite league's four teams, the Peigan Bus (>OK>p, the Standoff CJanadians, the Peigan Warriors, and the Lundbreck-Cow-ley Weasels will all be taking part. 3 from Cranbrook NATAL (HNS) - A direc-tor on the board of the Regional District of East Koo-tenay, Lloyd Phillips of Femie, has questioned the selection of three Cranbrook residents for the RDEK's board of variance. He noted the board of variance members h6ld office for a three-year term and asked if it would not be reasonable to have appodntees from various geographical locations within the RDEK. The board agreed. Ill ill Mi minn Ml 5S m mf m m m 58 m\ m m 6a III 6h ml m mil m mm m You have (so does the Boss and Landlord) Your Alberta Government has a law that spells out your individual rights in working, looking for work, renting a suite, obtaining a room in a hotel or motel, or good service in a restauranL Jlfc The law says an employer can only ask certain questions when he talks to you about a job. Landlords cannot refuse to rent just because of your RACE, RELIGIOUS BELIEFS, COLOUR, ANCESTRY OR PLACE OF ORIGIN. Hotels, motels and restaurants cannot turn you away for any of those reasons either. But-Your boss or boss-to-be, landlord or the hotel, motel and restaurant operators also have rights under Alberta's laws. Their concerns have to be considered tool That way, rights work for everybody Know YOUR Rights-and the OTHER FELLOW'S For Free Literature spelling it all out send this coupon to the people who make human rights work: I" HUMAN RIGHTS BRANCH, Alberta Department of Labour, l^iiiipii^ Room 1007, 10808 - 99th Ave.. EDMONTON, Alberta. Please send me full information on Alberta's Human Rights Regulations. Name.............................�.......�....>................ Address......................................................... Town or City......................Zone.................. 1 Prize donated ETZnCOM (HNS) - At the last hall board meeting an af-ghan was contributed to be drawn for at the dine and dance on March 13 with proceeds to go towards constructing wash rooms for the Etzi-kom Community HaU. Ice show set CARDSTON (HNS) - Mothers of 70 skaters are busy with sewing machines these days preparing their children for the eighth araiual ice show to be held in Cardston. Extra attention Is being given to costumes atld the decorations for t'he "Mardi Gras" which wiU be held on Saturday, March 13. There will be two shows, 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. in the Charlie Cheesman Ice Centre. Mrs. Beth Fogal of Lethbridge is the instructor. Science fair COALDALE (HNS) - The Coaldale Junior High School Science Fair will be held Tuesday, March 9, in the R. I. Baker School. It wiU be open to the general public for viewing dining the noon hoiir. Judging will take place In the morning. Miss Gwen Russell and Paul Ldska are the co-ordinators. Winners wiU compete at Lethbridge, Receives $850 CLARESHOLM (HNS) - Council was pleased with one piece of corrsepondence as it contained a cheque for $850 for outstanding rent on an airport hangar formerly owned by the town and rented to Prairie Plastics (1963) Ltd. which folded a few years ago. $1,225 in fines CLARESHOLM (HNS) - Clareshohn town council realized revenue from fines from February of almost $1,-22,5. There were 34 complaints investigated, four warnings, 20 liquor cases, and one parking vioilation. Sixty-eight persons were charged under the vehicle and highway traffic act. There were several complaints of fighting. Logging dips CRANBROOK (Special) -Sawlog scale for February, as tallied by the B.C. Forest Service for Nelson Forest District, covering both East and West Kootenay, dropped slightly compared to February of 1970. Total scale was 11,420,494 cubic feet compared to 13,666,755 cubic feet for the month last year. Spnice continued the top species at nearly five million feet as high altitude species being logged heavily in anticipation of spring woods closure. Places fifth PICTURE BUTTE - The Picture Butte Fire Department took in the hose - laying competition which was tagged the third annual Lethbridge indoor event. Out of 21 entries Number Two Picture Butte Team placed fifth. Picture Butte Number One Team placed 11th. The Women's team came in fifth out of 10 entries. Picture Butte Fire Department will hold a similar competition June 12. Limited borrowing CLARESHOLM (HNS) � Town coimdl is studying how to make the most of the limited amount of borrowing power for capital projects. The tentative plan is to spend about $200,000 on capital works as follows: buildings-$80,000; sewer - $10,000; paving-$90.-000; grading and gravelling- $10,000; curb and gutter $10,-000. Secretary-treasurer Tom Buchanan has calculated that it will require 10 years to pay the loan back with annual payments of $31,296 at the rate of 8 per cent interest. The annual payments would be $22,301 if paid back over 15 years. Extend services CLARESHOLM (HNS) - Council authorized a bylaw to provide water and sewer extension lines to 54th Ave. west to provide 26 new building lots. This is on town-owned land located south of the high school, in the northwest part of C^aresholm. Council is also hoping to be able to complete the north sidie of 56th Ave. west in the mobile homes sub-division to provide for more units. Attend funeral NOBLEFORD (HNS) - Mrs. Edith Borggard and Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Borggard, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Krai and Mrs. Robert Perks have returned home from Cranbrook after attending the funeral of Mrs. Borggard's sister, Mrs. Jean-nette McMillan, who died as the result of a car accident near Invermere, B.C. OK joint use CLARESHOLM (HNS) - Claresholin council has approved a bylaw providing for joint use of schools with the Willow Oreelt school division. Details of the agreement have not been made public but involve the co-operation in the use of such facilities as swimming pool, skating and curling rinks playgrounds, park areas and gymnasiums. Jeen' GladiMor Bliiiier...iieeller For large campers or heavier loads GVW TO 8,000 LBS. Tesl-Dfiwe the extra 'fopower of 4-Wheel Drive UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ava., 3ril St. S. Phona 327-2805 AVOID MISTAKES in your passport application Anybody can make mistakes - but when you make one in your passport application it could spoil your whole trip. Because mistakes cause delays you might not have your passport in time. The Canadian Passport Office suggests: � Double check your application - be sure you have answered all questions and followed all instructions. � Apply early - if you do make a mistake there will be time to have it corrected. DEPARTMENT OF DCTERNAL AFFAIRS Panpert spplleatloni art avallabia ''jWMWgMWl from all post offices, travel agenclei ^''"T^ and airllna and steamship companies. Anniversary marked by Bennetts of Cardston CARDSTON - Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Bennett of Cardston marked their 47th wedding anniversary recently at a banquet at Lethbridge. Many friends and relatives attended. There were piano performances by Lorraine Kwan, Janet and Diane Tse and Arnold Lagran; a trumpet solo by Andrew Tse; Cainiese song and dance by Shirley and Linda Hsieh; guitar performances by Percy Byam and Eddie Hsieh; songs by Lori Haynes and Kelly Lagran, Billy Haynes and Linda Besseling; and rock band numbers by Kim Tinordi, Terry Miechkota, Kevin Miller and Mark Rowe. Guests included Arnold Lagran and family, Lloyd Haynes and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Neman Miller, all of Redcliffe; Clinton and Vedra Dryer of Pincher Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Soltys of Coal- dale; Miss Janet Larson, Percy Byam and family, Wayne Kwan and family, Ming Tse and familiy. Ken Hsieh and family, Mrs. Woo, Ken Kwan and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Wyatt, all of Lethbridge; C3mstoipher Tse of Calgary and Eddie Hsieh of Calgary. Due to poor weather conditions most of the Bennett family were unable to attend. Bids confined to Taber firms TABER (HNS) - Taljer School Division No. 6 reversed a previous decision to call for its insurance coverage by opeo tender and will now prepare a prospectus of insurance needi and confine bids to local agencies. JOE VIC FARM AUCTION SALE Held in conjunction with MONTPELIER MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. AT THE STORAGE YARD 2 miles south and 3 miles east of the CANADIAN SUGAR FACTORY TABER, ALBERTA WED., MAR. 17th at 10 a.m. Having baan favorad with inilructient from Mr. Jea Vic who hat ratired from farming and Montpalier Telaphona Co. who ara discontinuing operations, we will offer for tola the following line of farm machinery and telephone aquip> ment as listed below subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the tale. TERMS - CASH the day of the tale, with tetllement In full before removal from the premisei. Any other arrangementt will be announced at the tale. TRACTOR Coelcshutt 40 diesel tractor. MACHINERY IHC press drill model K7 12-ft.-7" space;; 12-ft. Crutt breaker packer; Mossey Ferguson 12-ft. chisel plow with hydraulic lift; Kirchner V ditcher with hydraulics; Snowco 30-ft. grain auger with Wisconsin motor; 4 sections diamond harrows; Beck Precision 6 row beet drill, 3 point hitch; 40-ft. weed sprayer with 200 gallon tank; more equipment detaili next week. MISCELLANEOUS 30 h.p. electric 3 phase motor; Lincoln 230 amp electric welder; inventory dispersal of telephone material to be sold first in the morning; 50_20-ft. poles; 150-18-ft. poles; 100-16-ft. poles; 10 rolls of telephone wire; quantity of cross bars and braces; 15 sets of telephones. (Mora detailed list next week) SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISE LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For further information Phone 345-3534 Remember the weather is no problem In our plastic tant lES HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 AUCTIONEERSi ROGER HANDLEY lie. No. 010121 FRED BURTON lie. No. 005615 W. T. (Bill) BISHOP FARM AUCTION SALE 1 MILE WEST AND VA MILES NORTH GRASSY LAKE, ALBERTA THURSe, MARCH 18 at 11 a.ina Having received Instructions from Mr. Bill Bishop of Grotty lake who has sold his farm and is retiring from farming, we will offer the following line of farm machinery tubject to additiont deletiont or errort at you may find them at the tale. TERMS CASH the day of the sale with settlement in full before removal from the farm. TRACTORS 1961 Cose model 812 Cose-o-mafic standard gos tractor with live P.T.O. and hydraulics. Cose Model LA gas standard tractor. TRUCK 1944 IHC 1'/4 ton truck. MACHINERY Pipe trailer; bole stooker; Bear Cot Hammermlll, P.T.O. drive; I.H.C. hommermill; 30 ft. 3 point hitch sprayer; 4 wheel trailer; Cockshutt 10 ft. double disc; 5 sections diamond harrows; I.H.C. manure spreader; 2-4 ft. land packers; John Deere 12 ft. Surf lex 1954 11 ft. Victory Blade; 1955 I.H.C. 10 ft. model K6 press drill, 1950 John Deera 7'/2 ft. one way (rubber tired); 1960 New Idea power mower; 1960 Darf wheel rake; McLeods feed grinder; 1961 Kirchner 10 ft. land leveller; 1962 Cose P.T.O. baler; 1963 Myres ditch filler; 1963 Myres ditcher; 1963 Cockshutt self-propelled jwather; 1963 bole loader. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS Blacksmith forge; post drill; combinotion electric ond coal stove, feed troughs; shovels; grass seeder; cream separator; Fourney electric welder, SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY ACTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA For Futher Information Phone 345-3534 or the Owner AUCTIONEERS lES HANDLEY lie. No. 010120 FRED BURTON Lie. lie. 005615 ROGER HANDLEY lie. No. 010121 ;