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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Reject beer lounge licence TABER (HNS) - Town council has turned down a bid by the local golf and curling clubs for a beer lounge licence upstairs in the club rooms at the vest end of the community centre building. Council's decision was not influenced by the presence at the meeting of more than 50 curlers and golfers, by representations by golf club president Ron Colleaux, or by an earlier statement by police chief Gor- don Hacking that a licensed lounge would afford better control of drinking in other areas. Mr. Colleaux reported on an opinion ballot of 430 members of both clubs, of which 310 replies were received by the town office, and of which 14 objected to the licensing of the club room. Mayor Avery and deputy mayor John Malinsky stood firm on the principle that the public recreation centre is no place for a beer lounge. 'Worry clinic' for mothers TABER - The southern region, Canadian Mental Health Association, with the assistance of the members of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Taber, is sponsoring a "Worry Clinic" for mothers and pre-schoolers on Saturday, March 20, 9:30 a.m. in the basement of St. Augustine's Church here. A clinic of this kind- features professionals speaking on child - parent relationships. Airstrip step closer at Taber TABER (HNS) - A regulation air landing strip for Taber came a step closer when the town council approved a recommendation of its industrial development commission that application for a- local airport be made to the ministry of transport. Eric G. Leigh of the industrial commission reported to council the Taber MD council meeting earlier in the day had approved the air strip in principle. It is understood the application will be for night flying facilities, with paved runway, taxi lanes and tie-down area. More district on page 5 The clinics are designed to help mothers understand some of the problems children experience in growing up and to better understand the rationale behind children's actions. Films on the behavior patterns of preschoolers will be shown. Discussions and questions by mothers will be encouraged. Any mother who has preschoolers is eligible to attend. There will be a small charge. Lunch and babysitting services will be provided by the Beta Sigma Phi. The clinic will end at 3:30 p.m. Dr. C. J. W. Dick of Taber, Dr. Anthony G. Miller, psychologist, University of Leth-bridge, and Mrs. Donna Morrison, kindergarten teacher, will teach. Mothers may register with Mrs. Helen Wentz, Taber, telephone 223-2766. Short course March 18 for farmers TABER (HNS) - There Is a change of date for Taber's annual farm short course. The short course, initially arranged for Friday, March 19, at the new community centre auditorium, will be held one day earlier. Taber's district agriculturist says that the Friday date interfered with an Alberta Wheat Pool conference in Lethbridge. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS -:- CIRCULATION -:- JOB PRINTING Vernon Dtceux, Resident Rsp,, Blolrmor* - Phone 562-2149 NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Public notice is hereby given that a meeting of the electors of the Village of Warner, will be held in the Elks Hall on Thursday the 18th day of March, 1971 at 8 p.m. for the purpose of receiving the reports of Mayor, Secretary-Treasurer and Chairmen, of the various committees of the council for the year ending December 31, 1970. Phyllis Hedberg, Secretary-Treasurer, VILLAGE OP WARNER. I OPEN TONIGHTI YOU NEED SOME BLOCK-ing ON YOUR INCOME TAX You have to know the rule* of the game to win. . ffl BLOCK men are trained, pnusirrr srifc And when BLOCK pre- gnBKt pares your return, you n6,�,",� can be sure of maximum _ lavings. Accuracy is guar* onteed. Cost is low. It's a good place to place your confidence. LIFE i t  �.ac< ml GUAMNTK � W� guarantee accurate preparation at avtry tOK return. It we make any errors that cost you any penalty or intereir, we will pay that penalty er interest. Canada's Laraest Tax Service With Over 5000 Offices In North America 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-5 Sat. - Phone 327-3712 (NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY | SPORTSMEN WIN - Many pri7rs and awards were presented at the recent Coleman I'M) and Game Awards Night. Receiving awards are. front row: Garry and Larry Nelson, Albert Truant, John Garbiar; back row, Jim Vcr-bass, John P e r o z a k, L. Plantc, J. George. Harry Sca-ba, W. LaCroix. L. Ilendrick-son and Mrs. Carol Garbiar. The second photo shows some heads and antlers entered in the competition. -Vent Decoux Photos. District doings Benefit game PINCHER CREEK (Special) -A benefit hockey game will be held at the Arena Saturday. March 13, at 8:30 p.m. The Peigan Band Administration Gunners will challenge the Peigan Warriors. Auction sale , IRON SPRINGS (HNS) - The Ladies Aid of the Iron Springs Christian Reformed Church will hold its annual auction sale in the basement of the Christian Reformed Church at Iron Springs Friday evening. Races Sunday PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Mountaineer Snowmobile Club will hold non-sanctioned races Sunday, March 14, at 12 noon. The location is the flat across the river north of the Castle River Ranger Station. New officers FOREMOST (Special) - Of-ficers for the Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion were installed here recently. Elizabeth Burns is secretary; Gert Simenseh, treasurer; Joni Gibson, sergeant - at-arms; and executive members are Helmi Brown, Jo Street and Shirley Klassen. Grant debated TABER (HNS) - "A six or seven mill increase in taxation will be a burden on the taxpayers, especially those with limited fixed income," said Mayor Arthur Avery during a debate in council over a $1,000 grant to the local rodeo association for materials to improve the rodeo grounds. Mr. Avery was objecting to spending the funds before the 1971 budget is approved. On the basis that work at the grounds will begin as soon as weather permits, deputy mayor John Malisky's motion the grant be authorized was approved. The 1971 budget will come up {or careful scrutiny at a special meeting of council, probably after the annual meeting of ratepayers scheduled for Tuesday, March 23. 15-bed addition CRANBROOK (Special) - Nearing actual realization is the IS - bed addition to Cran-brook District Hospital's extended care 35 - bed wing. Working drawings approval has been given by BCH1S toward possible tenders call within the next few months. Absolute expenditure ceiling has been ruled at $161,250 with any overage the financial responsibility of the architect. The new F e r n i e hospital plans are still in the preliminary stage. Other items are improvements at Lake Windermere Hospital and possibly minor work at Michel - Natal Hospital, scheduled for phase-out. Thursday, March 11, 1971 - THE LETHtRIDOl HERALD - 3 Annual meeting set for March 29 PINCHER CREEK (Special) -Town council has set the annual meeting for Mond a y, March 29, at 8 p.m. at the town hall. Terry Lyon, secretary-treasurer, reported just over 50 per cent of current taxes had been paid to date. Grants towards their operation were made to the preventative social services and the Napi Friendship Association. Mayor Arthur Ames reported according to Mr. Taylor of the department of highways the government is going to designate the last two weeks of May as clean - up time in the province. Approval was given on the quote from Gulf Oil for supplying gas to the town. Council approved the "foundation plan" for the financing of regional planning commissions. The Regan Sand and Gravel quote was accepted for crushed gravel. Councillor Olyslager, after To sell poles COALDALE (HNS) - Coal-dale Mutual Telephone company plans to auction telephone poles, to be stockpiled at the rodeo grounds or the industrial site. talking to the ambulance drivers, decided the installation n[ a telephone in the ambulance is not necessary at this time. A proposal for Craig's Construction to build six houses in the western part of town was approved. . Several appeals of assessments were heard by the court of revision. A general assessment of the town will be held this year. Batter sea Wl marks 40th birthday IRON SPRINGS (HNS) - A pioneer women's organization, the Battersea Women's Institute, held a party recently to commemorate its 40th birthday. Present were 21 people. The women's institute was started Jan. 29, 1931, with a membership of 14. Attending the banquet this year were three of the original members, Mrs. H. M. Haney, of Iron Springs and Mrs. S. Johnson and Mrs. E. P. (Clara) Kane, of Lethbridge. Unable lo attend was another charter member, Mrs. S. Goodyear, who now resides in Bow Island. Cut waste, Drain urges COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) -More than 75 Crowsnest Pass sportsmen gathered in the Elks Hall recently for the Coleman Fish and Game annual banquet and awards night. Charles Drain, Blair more MLA spoke on preservation of forest and game for future generations. He emphasized the immediate importance of the total utilization of all of nature's wood, metal and mineral products through a system of re - using products now discarded as waste. He stated each person creates 1,800 pounds of waste material each year which if recirculated would eliminate much waste and would assist in relieving pollution. Wildlife officer Terry Wen-deland of Pincher Creek spoke briefly on fish stocking programs and also on the study being made on bighorn sheep north and south of the Bow River. He stated sheep on the south side of the Bow are much larger than those north of the Bow. Al Gehman of the Blairmoro lands and forest office spoke on the snow vehicles act. He said with the growing popularity of the sport, provisions will have to be made to set up snowmobile areas. Club vice  president Orazio Celli called on Larry and Garry Nelson and on behalf of the Coleman Fish and Game As- sociation presented the two lads with plaques in recognition of their work with the Junior Forest Wardens. Mr. Celli, 'assisted by club secretary Alf Phillips, then presented the trophies and awards to the winners. Winners of the moose section were Wilf LaCroix, Ralph Cervo and L. Hendrickson. Mountain sheep: John Truant, John. Garbiar and Jim Price. Yellowhorn top scorer in league PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Pass Hockey League held their playoffs here recently- In the three games held, the Lundbreck - Cowley Weasels defeated the Standoff Canadians 7-5, the Peigan Bus Co-op defeated the Peigan Warriors 4-2, and the Peigan Bus Co-op defeated the Lundbreck-Cow-ley Weasels 7-3. The League Champion Trophy and the Playoff Champs trophy were presented to the Peigan Bus Co-op, by League president, Don Stump. Winner of the high scoring trophy for the season, was Marvin (Buck) Yellowhorn, captain for the Co-op team. The Napi Friendship Association sponsored the league. FEEDER SALE! WALSH ALBERTA Saturday, Mar. 13th, 1:00 p.m. 1050 SHORT YEARLINGS -Suitable For Further Feeding Mostly In Carload Lots AUCTIONEER: KEN HURLBURT LICENSE NO. 274, FORT MACLEOD, ALTA. These Are The Udtbridge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area PINCHER CREEK AND BROCKET KORINE YELLOW HORN ................. Srockst PINCHER CREEK MRS. EDWARD LUNN (Special Correspondent) . . Box 213 WRENTHAM MRS. RALPH WHITROW .............. P.O. Bex 97 CLARESHOLM PAUL ANDERSEN....................P.O. Box 248 COUTTS MRS. ALICE HACKE...............General Dellaery MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELLER .... P.O. Box 329, Milk River COALDALE MRS. PETER TYMBURSKI..................Box 1005 Contact these people for your District Newt er Classified Advertising Antelope: L. Hendrickson, Mrs. Carol Garbiar and John Garbjar. Elk: Albert Truant, Jim Ver-bas and Dave Liska. Mule deer: J. George, Terry Webber and John Perozak. E. Spievak, Bob Cotton and Albert Gettman took the white-tail deer prizes. The grizzly bear trophy was won by John Garbiar. The Andy Dow Memor i a 1 Trophy for the. biggest game head entered was won by Albert Truant. He also took the Bill Filewich Memorial Trophy for the biggest rainbow trout. Winners in the fish competitions were: Rainbow trout: Albert Truant 8.8 pounds; Paul Filewich 6.9 pounds; Al Gettman 5.6 pounds. Cutthroat trout: Harry Sca-ba, 2.8 pounds; John Perozak, 1.13 pounds. Dolly Varden: L. Plants, 6.8 pounds, Harry Scaba, 2.4 pounds and Harry Scaba, 2.1 pounds. ATTENTION FARMERS MILK RIVER GRAIN IS NOW CONTRACTING Rape Seed And Mustard Seed DELIVERY OF YOUR CROP FROM THE COMBINE FULL CASH PAYMENT ON DELIVERY TO LETHBRIDGE OR MILK RIVER. Certified planting seed supplied at a nominal cost. Can be purchased on an over delivery quota basis at your elevator. LIMITED ACREAGE Call Our Office Immediately In MILK RIVER-647-3510 -OR- ln LETHBRIDGE at COLLEGE MALL 328-6224 A 4 Dairi| Queen sundae sale Buy one at regular price get another for just one cent. FRIDAY and SATURDAY! MARCH 12th and 13th Eat, drink and be merry! i NORTH STORE 516 13th Street N. Phone 327-4855 � SOUTH STORE 1152 M.M. Drive South Phone 327-6440 ;