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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 13, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 21 32 convictions COALDALE (HNS) - Town police here report there were 51 charges in February and 32 were convictions. : Fines amounted to $843. Only one dollar goes to the Dominion government and $6.50 to the provincial treasury. The town gams the remaining $833. Horse show scheduled PINCHER CREEK (Special) - Plans have commenced for another indoor spring horse show. Tentative plans call for a two-day show, June 12 and 13. Dick Hardy will direct the show. A committee has been set up within the Pincher Creek and District Agricultural Society. Anyone who wishes to help make this a success is asked to contact Dick Hardy. Very popular in past years with both spectators and participants the committee hope to have a bigger and better show this year. INSURANCE  LIABILITY  BONDS  AUTO  FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Fleer 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 BottoraM Wl mON SPRINGS (HNS) -The Battersea Women's Institute held its regular card party at the home of Mrs. Bertha Vavra recently with six tables of whist played. Prizes for high scores were -von by R. Harvie and Mrs: H. Pilling. The next card party will be held at the home of Mrs. S. Larter March 18. Wants supervision COALDALE (HNS) - Gailen Neville of Coaldale said more weekend recreation and more supervision of this recreation is needed for local children. He was speaking at a recent Lethbridge County 26 southern region recreation public meeting. At present Hardieville is not represented on the board. Al Brewer of Lethbridge, a member of the department of youth branch, presided. Day of prayer NOBLEFORD (Special) -The Nobleford Explorers held the Children's World Day of Prayer service in the Noble-ford United Church recently. A small group of interested parents and adults were on hand for this annual service. The collection this year is to be used to purchase books and other necessities for blind children. About $5 was collected. NEED POLICEMAN COALDALE (HNS) - A police constable is still needed here. Const. Tim Utis is acting chief constable. ARE TUBE SETS BECOMING OBSOLETE Con you Imagine pushing one button to completely adjust any TV set today! WELL . . . IT'S HEflf WITH MOTOROLA  All Sizes O All Transistorized Board System SEE THEM FIRST -THEY ARE THE BEST Support your YWCA New-Te-Yeu Shop - 2108 13th St. N. - They Need Your Heipl FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-6684 CHAIRMAN, DEPT. OF CANADIAN STUDIES Reguired by GRANT MacEWAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE EDMONTON, ALBERTA This newly established College requires a Canadian who can teach and provide leadership for an inter-disciplinary department dedicated to application of studies of Economics, Political Science, History, Literature and Sociology relevant to the Canadian scene and culture. The successful candidate wit! require a minimum of a Master's Degree, or demonstrated leadership and performance of long standing in Canadian Affairs. The selected chairman will be required to be on full-time staff by Moy 15, 1971 and available for part-time consultation prior to that date. Salary commensurate with responsibilities and experience. Apply with full resume,by March 26, 1971 toi OFFICE OF PRESIDENT FILE - CSAD GRANT MacEWAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 10355 JASPER AVENUE EDMONTON, ALBERTA Reject district COALDALE (HNS) - At the recent annual meeting of shareholders of the Coaldale Community Hospital Association Ltd. it was moved that the formation of a hospital district not be encouraged. It was felt it was not in the best interest to become a district. The shareholders recommended to the board that it study the possibility to add a half an hour to each visiting period at the hospital. Chapter meets at Pincher Creek PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Captain McPhail Chapter of the IODE met recently at the home of Mrs. L. B. Sorge with 12 members present. The meeting chaired by Mrs. John Milne, vice regent heard the minutes of the previous meeting and the provincial letter read by Mrs- F. Lynch-Staunton, secretary. It was decided that a delegate would not attend the annual provincial meeting in Edmonton in April. Mrs. H. Mitchell, acting treasurer, read the financial report. Mrs. L. Herbig was appointed public relations secretary. Mrs. Sorge reported that 160 magazines had been placed in the store at Brocket for the use of our Indian neighbors. It was reported that wool and sewing materials are on hand for those willing to knit or sew for the IODE. The next meeting will be held April 9th at the home of Mrs. Emil Erickson. ENDORSE PLAN COALDALE (HNS) - Town council has endorsed the plan of the municipal affairs department for a new method of assessing municipalities for planning costs: three - tenths of a mill. The new method would call for $850 from Coaldale compared to $940 which the town is now paying. All star IRON SPRINGS (HNS) -An Iron Springs boy, Kevin Sauer, a junior high school student at the Picture Butte High School, was presented with the All Star Award at the hoop tournament held in Lethbridge recently. Anniversary is observed COALDALE (HNS - The 24th anniversary of the Coal-dale Pythian Sisters Sunset Temple was observed with 34 members present. The re-obligation service was directed by Mrs. Les Nolan assisted by Mrs. Ralph Fourmer, Mrs. Jim Owen, Mrs. Alex Brown and all the officers. Mrs. Ralph King and Mrs. Walter Perry will represent the temple at the Grand Temple convention in Calgary March 20-22., The report to be presented at the convention showed the local group enjoyed a successful year in 1970. Mrs. Harvey Ross was appointed the temple's representative on the Coaldale Community Hall Board, replacing Mrs. Fred Burton who has.resigned. Borrowing authorized CLARESHOLM (HNS) -Claresholm town council has passed1 bylaw No. 851, to authorize the borrowing of up to $270,000 from the local Bank of Commerce to be used if and when needed for operating expenses of the town, pending receipt of revenues from such sources as taxes and grants. The parks committee, headed by Councillor Charles Thomas, will work with the Lions Club, to have the back stop at the Centennial Park completed as soon as possible. The Lions Club has expressed willingness to help with the project. SPRINGTIME ALL SEASON FLUID GENUINE l-H FILTERS All types of farm equipment filters. Choose any combination of oil, hydraulic, fuel and air. WITH PURCHASE OF ANY 6 OR MORE 10% OFF OUR REGULAR LOW PRICE HY-TRAN 5 Gallon Pails Suggested Lilt 12.58. SPECIAL 10.95 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 Stafford Drive, lethbridge Phone 327-3125 Airstrip pushed by Taber group TABER (HNS) - An airport development committee, combining forces of town, municipal district, and Taber's industrial development commission, will take early action on an application to the ministry of transport for the erection of a regulation landing strip here. Committe appointments will be made by the town council on the March 22, two members to be counsillors. The MD nominations are reeve Clarence M. Jesperseo and councillor Mike Ohashi, while industrial commission nominees are the commission's past chairman Eric G. Leigh and Roscoe F. Gibb. First meeting of the ad hoc committee will be called by commission chairman Kenneth Williams. Wednesday's meeting of the commission went on record as favoring the appointment of an industrial co-ordinator to succeed retired Bent N. Madsen who will not be present at future meetings. The commission's recommendations will be relayed to the town council, along with an offer of recommendations for filling the position if the council so desires. Meantime, town secretary - treasurer Thomas M. Anton will sit in on meetings to handle secretarial work. Taber's financial position reported to be not good TABER (HNS) - Surpluses adding up to more than $40,-000 are reported in the 1970 annual report of the town of Taber, representing $33,632 in the general operations of the town and $6,546 from the domestic water system. Total operating expenditures at $1,199,160 were down from the $1,239,186 of the previous year, mainly due to reductions in public school supplemental requisitions. Operation costs of the water supply system amounted to $148,821 against which the sale of water brought $144,780 into the treasury. Last quarter bill- Achievement badges awarded to 12 cubs Tip Inn land sale revised NATAL (HNS) - District of Sparwood council has approved a revised contract for presentation to Tip Inn Motel. The agreement for sale of the land on which the mobile motel is located calls for $8,500 payment and a number of provisions related to improvements. The major matters of concern are the paving of the parking area, the restriction of trailer spaces and the replacement of temporary footings with concrete. There are time limits imposed on each of the conditions after which the council can order the work done at the expense of the Tip Inn. There is also a 15 - day signing period allowed after which the motel will be evicted from the property. A representative of council, Aid. Molly Doratty, is to attend a seminar on recreation at Selkirk College in Castlegar March 26 and 27. A letter was received from the civil defence co - ordina-tor at Nelson indicating finan cial help will be available for the equipping of a rescue vehicle for the district. The fire brigade, which has the rescue vehicle project in hand, will submit to civil defence a list of equipment for the rescue vehicle. Aid. Reg Taylor reported the pound should he sufficiently completed for the poundkeeper to start picking-up unlicensed dogs March 15. Council rescinded an earlier motion making Pine Avenue a one - way street from the highway to the end of the park. Instead it was decided to make it a two-way street. TIME: PLACE: NOTICE NOMINATION MEETING LETHBRIDGE EAST PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE PARTY MONDAY, MARCH 15 - 8:00 P.M. ERICKSENS FAMILY RESTAURANT GUEST SPEAKER: MR. PETER LOUGHEED LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION The public is cordially invited to attend! ing receivable at the yearend amounted to $32,859. However, the town's cash position at yearend was far less comfortable than was indicated in the operation profit and loss statement. The Dec. 31, bank balance of $11,632 was overshadowed by a $156,720 overdraft and $613 of temporary loans. The unfavorable cash position was due in part to postponement to 1971 certain debenture borrowing, and to accounts receivable including unpaid taxes amounting to $195,510. The poor financial position of Taber was brought to the attention of council Feb. 22, by auditor Ronald A. Colleaux, who suggested a few areas where better control would result in corrective action. The town's debenture debt at the end of 1970 stood at $1,-503,486. This is made up of local improvement borrowings of $145,879 and municipal projects $1,357,607. Rates of interest payable range from two per cent to 8% per cent for an overall average cost of money of 6% per cent. The town's financial statement for 1970 has now been mailed to the electors, along with notice of the annual meeting slated for 8 p.m. March 23, at the community centre auditorium. PLAY CARDS COALHURST (HNS) - A social evening of whist and crib-bage was enjoyed recently at the Coalhurst Elementary School. Winners of whist highs were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Anderson. Cribbage winners were Bill Lumley, John Kundrik and Mrs. Doreen Lumley. IRON SPRINGS (HNS) -Forty-eight Cubs, Scouts, Venturers and their fathers attended the recent annual Father and Son Banquet here. Cubmaster John Vanden Broeke presented achievement badges to Kevin Jorgenson, Ted Haney, Darwin Sauer, Darren Miller, Mark Widouk, Brian Widouk, Jack Koenen, Rodney Juris, Wade Schneider, Dennis Klooster, Brian Taminga and Dean Iwamoto. Master of ceremonies was Harold Schneider. Attending were District Commissioner Jim Forman; adviser Frank Uyeda; secretary-treasurer Mrs. A. Jorgenson; cubmaster John Vanden Broeke; assistant cub master Harold Schneider; and finance committee chairman Howard Haney. The toast to the fathers was proposed by Darnell Cox who is a member of the Iron Springs Venturers. Mr. Forman spoke on the proposed district camp which would encompass boys within the Westwind District. He also spoke briefly on the Provincial Jamboree which is planned for this summer. Meeting set COALDALE (HNS) - The annual meeting of the Coaldale Community Hall Board will be held at eight p.m. Wednesday, March 17, in the hall. It is open to the general public. with famous go:anywticr� 4-Wheel Drive KST-DRIVE THE 2-CAR CAR TODAY UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. 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