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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THt LEIHMIDGE HERALD March 1971 Recreation complex February held up by financing month SPAR WOOD Financial I to its finance committee to de along with a March cide how much borrowing pow 31 deadline on projects coming er could be earmarked for the within the scope of federal j but gave no hint as to assistance cloud the how much it may future of the proposed recreaIt was reported at the meet tional complex at fag that a Kaiser representa Plans for the complex were Uve had announced that a sub presented to council and a woud J representative of Kaiser Be forthcoming due to haiser sources at a meeting on present financial but if cost was given the recreation comnus sion would resent w mixl at about TOP TENTERS TAKE TENT PEG Don Kout moster of the 1st Tober receives the Golden Tent Peg Award from Flatlands district president Jeanne The presentation was made at the troops annual parentscout banquet recently at Gibb Photo Council referred the matter Win at cards ETZffiOM HNS Top scores in the recent bridge games was Sandy Jessie and Bruno Yizek with lows going to Gerome Stromsmoe and Adam In the whist section Clovis Kay Seheltgen and Kilmer Halver son took rofit Md loss report see what tmjii be MARCH 31 TENDERS The recreation commission apparently hoped that appli cation could be made for a federal but to be eligible for federal projects must be ready for tender by March With money not immediately coming from either Kaiser or the municipal this is apparently INTERNATIONAL ALL TRANSISTOR TRACTOR RADIOS FITS ALL MAKES OF TRACTORS Negative or Positive Ground Dust and water Entire unit built for use on any rain or Retail EXTRA SPECIAL INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES and SERVICE 304 Stafford Lethbridge Phone 3273125 for PIXCHER CREEK Special February proved to be a very busy month for some of the nursing staff oJ Vin cents Harry and Johnson attended a workshop at Lethbridge which related to encouraging closer relation ships between patients and the nursing Four nursing aides attended the seminar at UK Banff School of Fine Hardy attended a director nursing course at Westley and Murray will attend a meeting and panel discussion at Leth bridge March The Intraining program for students of the Matthew Halton High School was reported to be working very well and was to the advantage of both the stu dents and the Anniversary marked by Bennetts of Cardston Finals Sunday PINCHER CREEK Special The Pass Hockey League will hold its oneday playoff fi nals March at 10 in the Pincher Creek The leagues four the Peigan Bus the Standoff the Peigan War and the LundbreckCow ley Weasels will all be taking 3 from Cranbrook NATAL HNS A direc tor on the board of the Re gional District of East Koo Lloyd Phillips of has questioned the selection of three Cranbrook residents for the RDEKs board of He noted the board of va riance members hold office for a threeyear term and asked if it would not be reasonable to have appointees from various geographical locations within the The board You have rurnn so does the Boss and Landlord Your Alberta Government has a law that spells out your individual rights in looking for renting a obtaining a room in a hotel or or good service in a The law says an employer can only ask certain questions when he talks to you about a Landlords cannot refuse to rent just because of your RELIGIOUS ANCESTRY OR PLACE OF motels and restaurants cannot turn you away for any of those reasons Btlt Your boss or landlord or the mote and restaurant operators also have rights under Albertas Their concerns have to be considered too That rights work for everybody Know YOUR Rightsand the OTHER FELLOWS For Frps Literature spelling it all out send this coupon to the people who mzkc humnn riqhts work ge HUMAN RIGHTS Alberta Department of Room 99 th Please send me full information on Albertas Human Rights Prize donated ETZffiOM 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 pro ceeds to go towards construct ing wash rooms for the Etzi jom Community Ice show set CARDSTON HNS Moth ers of 70 skaters are busy with sewing machines these days preparing their children for the eighth annual ice show to be held in Extra attention is being given to costumes and the dec orations for lie Mardi Gras which will be held on Satur March There will be two 2 and 8 in the Charlie Cheesman Ice Beth Fogal of Leth bridge is the Science fair COALDALE HNS The Coaldale Junior High School Science Fair will be held Tues March in the Ba ker It will be open to the gen eral public for viewing during the noon Judging will take place In the Miss Gwen Russell and Paul Liska are the Winners will compete at Receives CLARESHOLM HNS Council was pleased with one piece of corrsepondence as it contained a cheque for for outstanding rent on an air port hangar formerly owned by the town and rented to Prai rie Plastics 1963 which folded a few years in fines CLARESHOLM HNS Claresholm town council realized revenue from fines from February of almost There were 34 complaints four 20 liquor and one parking Sixtyeight persons were charged under the ve hicle and highway traffic act There were several complaints of Logging dips CRANBROOK Special Sawlog scale for as tallied by the B Forest Ser vice for Nelson Forest covering bolh East and West dropped slightly compared to February of 1070 Tolal wale was cu bic feet eompitiTd tn cubic feet for the month last Spnico continued th top spe cies at nearly five million fret as high altitude species logged heavily in anticipation of spring Places fifth BliTTE The Picture Butfp Firo Department took in the Ixwe laying com petition which was tagged the third annual Lcthbndge indoor Out of 21 entries Number TVTO Picture Buttc Team plac ed Picture Unite Number One Team placed llth The Wo mens loam came in fifth out of 10 entries Picture Bulte Fire Depart ment will hold a similar com petition June Limited borrowing CLARESHOLM HNS Town council is studying how to make the most of the limited amount of borrowing power for capital The tentative plan is to spend about on capital works as follows sewer 000 r grading and curb and gutter Secretarytreasurer Tom Bu chanan has calculated that it will require 10 years to pay the loan back with annual pay ments of at the rate of 8 per cent The annual payments would be if paid back over 15 Extend services CLARESHOLM HNS Council authorized a bylaw to provide water and sewer ex tension lines to 54th west to provide 26 new building This is on townowned land located south of the high in the northwest part of Council is also hoping to be able to complete the north sidie of 56th west in the mobile homes subdivision to provide for more Attend funeral NOBLEFORD HNS Edith Borggard and and Elaine and Roy Krai and Robert Perks have returned home from Cranbrook after at tending the funeral of Borggards Jean nette who died as the result of a car accident near OK joint use CLARESHOLM HNS Claresholm council has approved a bylaw providing for joint use of schools with the Willow school divi Details of the agreement have not been made public but involve the cooperation in the use of such facilities as swim ming skating and curling rinks park areas and CARDSTON and Martin Bennett of Cardston marked their 47th wedding anniversary recently at a ban quet at Many friends and relatives There were piano perform ances by Lorraine Jan et and Diane Tse and Arnold Lagran a trumpet solo by An drew Tse Chiniese song and dance by Shirley and Linda Hsieh guitar performances by Percy Byam and Eddie Hsieh songs by Lori Haynes and Kelly Billy Haynes and Linda Besseling and rock band numbers by Kim Terry Kevin Miller and Mark Guests included Arnold Lagran and Lloyd Haynes and and and Norman all of Redcliffe Clinton and Vedra Dryer of Pincher Creek and Jerry Soltys of Coal dale Miss Janet Percy Byam and Wayne Kwan and Ming Tse and Ken Hsieh and Ken Kwan and and all of Lethbridge Christopher Tse of Calgary and Eddie Hsieh of Due to poor weather condi tions most of the Bennett fam ily were unable to Bids confined to Taber firms TABER HNS Taber School Division 6 reversed a previous decision to call for its insurance coverage by open tender and will now prepare a prospectus of insurance neetb and confine bids to local agen Gladiator I aftil For large campers or heavier toads CVW TO TeslDrivs the extra gopower of 4Wheel Drive UNITED MOTORS 3rd 3rd Phono 3272805 AOD MISTAKES in your passport application Anybody can make mistakes but when you make one in your passport applica tion it could spoil your whole Because mistakes cause delays you might not have your passport in The Canadian Passport Office suggests Double check your application bs sure you have answered all questions and followed all Apply early if you do make a mis take there will be time to have it DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS Pmport applications an ivillabli from nil post travel agenciM and Birlino and steamship JOE VIC FARM AUCTION SALE Held In conjunction with MONTPELIER MUTUAL TELEPHONE AT THE STORAGE YARD 2 miles south and 3 miles east of the CANADIAN SUGAR FACTORY ALBERTA 17th at 10 Having been favored with from JOB Vlf who has retired from farming and Montpelier Telephone who are discontinuing we will offer for the following tine of farm machinery and telephone equip ment as listed below subject to errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the TERMS CASH the day of the with settlement In full before removal from the Any other arrangements will be announced at the TRACTOR Cockshutt 40 diesel MACHINERY 1HC press drill model K7 space Crust breaker packer Massey Ferguson chisel plow with hydraulic lift Kirchner V ditcher with hydraulics Snawco grain auger with Wisconsin motor 4 sections diamond harrows Beck Precision 6 row beet 3 point hitch weed sprayer with 200 gallon tank more equipment detailt next MISCELLANEOUS 30 electric 3 phase motor Lincoln 230 amp electric welder inventory dispersal of telephone material to be sold first in the morning poles Doles poles 10 rolls of telephone wire quantity of cross bars and braces 15 sets of More detailed list next week SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISE BOX ALBERTA SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH For further Information Phone 3453534 Remember the weather is no problem in our plastic tent IES HANDIEY 010120 AUCTIONEERSj ROGER HANDLEY 010121 FRED BURTON 005 615 BILtj BISHOP FARM AUCTION SALE 1 MILE WEST AND IVi MILES NORTH GRASSY ALBERTA MARCH 18 nt 11 Having received Instructions from Bill Bishop of Grauy Lake who has sold hit farm and it retiring from wo will offer the following line of farm machinery subject to additions deletions or errors as you may find them at TERMS CASH the day of the tale with settlement in full before removal from the TRACTORS 1961 Case model 812 Caseomatic standard gos tractor with live and Case Model LA gas standard TRUCK 1944 IHC 1 ton MACHINERY Pipe trailer bale slooker Bear Cot drive 30 3 point hitch sprayen 4 wheel trailer Cockshutt 10 double disc 5 sections diamond manure spreader 24 land packers John Deere 12 Surflex 1954 11 Victory Bladei 1955 10 model K6 press drill 1950 John one woy rubber 1960 New Idea power 1960 Darf wheel rake Mcleods feed grinder 1961 Kirchner 10 land leveller 1962 Case P T baler 1963 Myres ditch filler 1963 Myres ditcher 1963 Cockshutt selfpropelled swatherj 1963 bale SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS Blacksmith drill combination electric and tool ifovej feed troughs shovels grass seeder cream separ ator Fourney electric SAIE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY ACTION AND ENTERPRISES SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH BOX CO AID AlEERTA For Futher Information Phone 3453534 or Owner AUCTIONEERS LES HANDLEY 010120 FRED BURTON 005615 ROGER HANDIEY 010121 ;