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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mauri 1971 THE LEtHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Parking lot talks held at Blairmore BLAIRMORE CNP ed only as a liaison group be1 Mayor George Wait reportj tvrcen the j ed to council that a meeting I Council went record has been held between officials of CP Rail and interested local businessmen regaiding a park ing lot for the merchants cus tomers on CP Rail CP Rail advised they would consider leasing a portion of the property in the vicinity of the area where the former sec tion house was located for parking Arrange ments are to be completed by the two The town act Bursaries approved TAEER HNS Bursary and budget recommendations of its agricultural service board were approved by the Taber MD council Two 5250 bursaries will be offered preferably to a young man and a young woman of the MD area who require assistance in continu ing education in the agricul tural Selections will be made by a special committee on the basis o need and and invita tions are extended to ap plicants currently attending high school The awards may go to two boys for two girls if in any year there is not a boy and girl The MD council approved the ASB budget for 1971 in the total amount of of which will come from current taxation Ten tative agreement with the De partment of Agriculture will provide the means of earning grants up to the bal ance of revenue coining from service opposing the application of the Pass Dairy for an increase in the price of The applica tion will come before the Board of Public Utilities at a hearing April Council authorized Under wood McLellan and Associates to call for tenders on the pro ject of laying a new water main line the entire length of town down the main The contract cannot be award ed until a money borrowing bylaw by the town has been The Preventive Social Ser vice Program will conduct a drug seminar in the Pass on April 16 and The Preventive Social Service Requisition this jear was set at cents per Deadline for the purchase of dog tags was set at March 22 after which council will take action to dispose of unlicensed A membership in the Cham ber of Commerce was ap Sportplex work starts COALDALE HNS Con struction of tlie fust phase of the Coaldalc and district Sports pics is under The initial stage is the exca vation for the dressing rooms with the work to be done by the public works Many local and district people with trucks volunteered to haul the dirt to the rodeo grounds where it is needed in the con struction of seating Lane and idfe honored BOW ISLAND Recently and Lane were honored at a banquet held in the Bow Island United Church basement in appreciation of eight years service to the lo cal A turkey banquet was servec to 175 Special guests included Ha ven their and his fi ancee Judy and Rev and Wilson of Vauxhall Wilson is Lanes sis Marge clerk oi paid tribute to the min istry of Gordon Blanchard presentei a purse of iuonpy on behlf o the and Mrs Lane both expressed apprecia tion for gifts and the loyalty of the Lane will retire the enc of June after 30 years servici to the United Church Can PLAN MEETING BLAIRMORE CNP Bureau The Blahmore annual rate payers meeting is to be held in the Credit Union Hall at 8 March j Tenders will be called Magrath lagoon MACl gratli s i be age O 111 ILNSI Ma meeting of was told Tlw plan to hard surface 11 a d s was turned down In tendei s ci s last ear for a new Hloek lesidents can appK costing about petition to council for this ser The new Tintii sjstem has leen A motion was passed in use foover 40 sears Xew present that the Town 111 be located of Magrath progress as fast ns theiEat along Pothole possible to improve roads and Council any new1 tonnecj investigate the possibilit of tions can be handled on the j paving seven blocks a old lines sd no extensions will Councilman John Moois sug be made at tliis waiting to see if sewer Councilman Gerald Uish1 lines have to be replaced when man also distinct im provement of roads since the main irrigation ditch was lined corrugated tarred cul verts and covered with A total of MI was used to oil streets adjacent to it and paint cross walks last POOL FUND SWELLS chairman of he Pass Pool Project accepts a cheque from Fernand plant manager of Phillips Cables Western The company has donated the sum of towards a swim ming pool for the Crowsnest Pass and four more equal annual instalments will be Rowbotham says other industries in the Pass area have indicated their intention of making grants towards the construction of the Napl has oldtime dance on tap Busy schedule planned on CAPITOLS EXCITING SPECIAL FURNITURE SHOW and SALE COMMENCING March Sharp Check our ad in Wednesdays Herald for all the never been anything like l ever before in Lethbridgel PINCHER CREEK Special After a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the N a p i Friendship Ed an nounced that Napi would be undertaking its most intensive programing to for the forthcoming eight On March the association will be holding one of its popular Hot Seats at the Lethbridge Friendship Entitled Black Minor the prograli will feature Eeggie Newkirk of Lethbridge and others as and have Peter Cresswell as April 2 is the date for the Indian and Western Dance at Twin Old time music will be nuxed with the sound of drums as each cul ture presents entertainment for everyone to The dance commences at 9 William outspoken Calgary Indian will be the guest on the Hot Seat en April in Pincher Reggie Newkirk will moderate what promises to be one of Napis most interesting pro grams to This year the allIndian art exhibit will run for three days in Pincher It will be held in the MD Building in Pincher Creek on April 2 and and participation is open to all persons of native Entry forms can be collected at the Peigan Band Harveys the Lethbridge Friendship and the offices of the Indian News Media in Cardston The third annual meeting of the association will be held in Brocket on April 27 All members are urged to at For the association is hoping to hold a giant pow wow in conjunction with the Lethbridge Friendship in Lethbridge Scheduled for Sunday May 30 is the annual family picnic at the Summer view Bridge picnic Yellowhorn also an nounced that Napi will be re 26 5th STREET LETHDRIDGE PHONE 327S578 FORM F THE IRRIGATION 1968 Section 59 NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING NOTICE is hereby given that a meeting of ihe water users of the Mary River Irrigation District will be held at ihe Coaldale Community Alberta on the 25th day of 1971 at oclock in the afternoon and at The Royal Canadian Legion Bow Alberta on the 26th day of 1771 ol 1 30 oclock in ii afternoon for the purpose ol thp piesentaton of the yearend reports Df the the Manager and the Auditor of the and any other business of the Dated ot Lethbridgo this 8th day of ceiving increased grants from the Peigan Band the Town of Pincher Creek and the MD this With othei friendship centres in Napi is also hoping to encour age further financial recogni tion from the provincial and federal governments for the 197172 fiscal Warble Fly topic highlights meeting CLAHESIIOLM HNS About 75 people attended the annual meeting of the MD of Willow Creek in Claresholm and there was a considerable discussion on such matteis as upgrading of the pro posed plan to make the MD a Warble Fly free area hy making treatment Farmers in all seven divisions of the MD seemed to feel that they each had the most heav ily traveled roads in the divi sion and should have them up Ross field super visor for the Agricultural Ser vice reported that tbe weed inspectors had visited over 100 farms in the MD and there had been complaints of Dredging progressing BLAIRMOHE CNP Bureau Work is progressing favorj area He said moie grass hoppers were expected to hatch this year according to a sstudy made last Chairman of the meeting was Allie Streeter of Nanton who said he didnt like the compulsory aspect of me War ble Fly restricted area regula George Whiteheaj said tbe annual meeting a year ago had asked for a petition to be circulated to establish such an are only trying to find out if people want Sherm Ewing who ranches west of Claresholm said what if you buy 50 calves in Decem ber from how arc you going to treat them Treatment is not recommended in December and Former Councillor Tom Blunden expressed concern that the meat would be affect ed by residue from the chemi cal Other fanners also expressed opposition to the compulsory nature of the proposed Warble restricted COALDALE The Barons Eureka Health Unit is sponsor ing the following infant and preschool clinics ENCHANT March in the school from 1 to 3 TABEU March in the health unit office in the Administration from 10 a to 12 noon and to 4 TIT11N March in the school from to 330 i COALDALE Thur s d a March in the health unit of fice upstairs in the Town Of fice Building from 10 to 12 noon and to 4 TABER March m the health unit office in the Administration Building from 10 to 12 noon and to 4 HARDIE VILLE Fri d a March in the school from to Fluoride tablets are avail able at all clinics free of medi cal officer of urges par ents to ensure their children are fully protected against con tagious the A most successful ear was reported by library secretary Jiis Glen A total of books circulated with as many as 90 in one The provincial grant of S915 was used for new books Some was realized from sale of birthday calendars and cash donations totalled The late Taylor for new book Councilman T a v i d Lowry stated the provincial govern ment is becoming more rec reation minded because of pro posed shorter working The gran of was used for pool Sev eral repairs are necessary be fore the pool can operate this Magrith entered the Sum mer Games last year with very successful Par ticipation of young people was rewarded with 45 medals for the School District of Magrath This helped the Municipal Dis tiict of Cardston win the Sum mer Entries were ba sically track and field but horse equestrian and Softball won Thanks was given Tom Kari en who was hired by the Municipal Districts as co C and Ans and rmhcihlp has jumped fioiu in 1970 to An a j acme pro gram of poUen Willow link fluuer bead liquid embioidery and crafts ieep and old occupied Ihe new kiln used often Ijowrv grai tude to Ihe Cardson School Di vision which to use o the elementary H nool mna sium without cot for keep fit and chaim classes or auiuues sponsored by the lieucation A siiLiessful IXiv Adiutv program was dueeied Misses Debbie Karren ani Christine Mai Siventv children attended twice a week j The outdoor rink was at a nominal fee tins winter MagraUis 13 hole golf course operated successiulK on a 000 budget V spi inkier s stem had added to this popular at traction Road improvements h a v e been made from High way 62 with plans for hard sui facmg This fine course hi ings visitors from all surrounding communities so a better road w a s considered necessary by the Municipal District and the TAPE SAIE 13th and 3rd NATIONAL SEEDS MEETING March Bow Island Community Hall PURPOSE The Contracting of Grain Corn and Alfafa Seed An Expert On Corn and Alfalfa From The Corn States in Attendance Minor hockey auxiliary organized SPAR WOOD HNS At a recent meeting here a minor hockey ladies auxdiary was Sybil Peebles was elect ed president vicepresident Alice secretarj and Berlha Peebles the women would help with laundering and mending Irrigation Equipment RuinbirdBuckner and Raintrol Sprinklers Dcnf start the season with worn out sprinkler trade for new tracein allowed for limited time BEFORE BUYING YOUR SPRINKLER IRRIGATION CHECK MAJORS ATTRACTIVE PRICES We use the best AlCAN aluminum tubing Major Irrigation 2125 2nd Avenue South PHONES 3275525 ably on the dredging program in the Crowsnest River through the town limits of The being done by Drain Comracitng of Blair is to cost in die vicinity of to be shared equally by the town and the Provincial Department of Water Rej Reports indicolc Iho rucr channel will be lowered by proximately three feet which will also benefit the towns sew er system that lakes in con siderable water through seep age into the pipes Steve Sears of Nanton made a motion to have the govern ment add a dollar to the fee for hunting licences to pay for damage done by hunters when they used step and yield signs on roads for target IMorc dislricl news page 21 Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Resident Blairmore Phone 5622149 These Are The Utltkidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area BIACKIE MARGARET MONTGOMERY Box CRANBROOK NANCY MILES Special 304 5th ETZIKOM THEKLA EHNES FOREMOST GEOFF TAGG 381 FAITH THEKLA tHNES Contact these people for your District Newi or Classified Advertising New Cambridge a superb cloth for summerweight suits tailored in the shape of boldly striped to complementthe aggressive masculine In crisp cool Pure Virgin last word in miracle CLOTHES BY BLACKS DONT COST MORE THEY JUST LOOK THAT WAY TLRL VIRGIN WOOL MENS on 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