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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Marth 1971 THE lETMBSIDGE HERALD 21 Roundup of 32 convictions COA1DALE HNS Town police here report there were 51 charges in February and were I Fines amounted to Only one dollar goes to the Dominion government and to the provincial The t ow n gains the remaining Horse show scheduled PINCHER CREEK Special Plans have commenced for another indoor spring horse Tentative plans call for a twoday June 12 and Dick Hardy will direct the A committee has been set up within the Pincher Creek and District Agricultural So Anyone who wishes to help make this a success is asked to contact Dick Very popular in past years with both spectators and par ticipants the committee hope to have a bigger and better show this I INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ESTABUSHED 1911 lower Floor 517 4th Phone 3271541 Battewa Wi IRON SPRINGS HNS The Battersea Womens Insti tute held its regular card party at the home of Bertha Vavra recently with six tables of whist Prizes for high scores were by Harvie and The neit card party will be held at the home of Larter March Wants supervision COALDALE HNS Gailen Neville of Coaldale said more weekend recreation and more supervision of this recreation is needed for local He was speaking at a recent Lethbridge County 26 southern region recreation public meet At present Hardieville is not represented on the Al Brewer of a member of the department of youth Day of prayer NOBLEFORD Special The Nobleford Explorers held the Childrens World Day of Prayer service in the Noble ford United Church A small group of interested par ents and adults were on hand for this annual The collection this year is to be used to purchase books and other necessiies for blind chil About was Reject district COALDALE HNS At the IRON SPRINGS HNS recent annual meeting of An Iron Springs Kevin holders of the Coaldale Com1 a junior high school munity Hospital Association j student at the Picture Butte it was moved that High was presented formation of a hospital district with the All Star Award at the not be i hoop tournament held in Leth It was felt it was not in the bridge best interest to become a disj The shareholders recom mended to the board that it study the possibility to add a half an hour to each visiting pushed by Taber group TABER HNS An airport committee will be called b SPRINGS HAS com1 commission chairman Kenneth Springs Kevin of munici Achievement badges awarded to 12 cubs All star forces of munici and Tabers indus lopment parlv fiction on an i to the ministry of I favoring the appointment of an industrial coordinator to suc mON SPRINGS HNS Fortyeight Scouts Vcn urcrs uieir ed ihe recent annual Father and Son Banquet CubmaMer John Vanden spoke briefly on the Provincial Jamboree which tc planned for ot a period at the NEED POLICEMAN COALDALE HNS A police constable is still needed Tim Utis is acting chief ARE TUBE SETS BECOMING OBSOLETE Can you imagine pushing one button to completely adjust any TV set todayl WEU ITS HERE WITH MOTOROLA All Sizes All Transistorized Board System SEE THEM FIRST THEY ARE THE BEST Support your YWCA NewToYou Shop 2108 13th They Need Your Helpl FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES 1244 3rd Phons 3276484 OF CANADIAN STUDIES Reguired by GRANT MacEWAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE ALBERTA This newly established College requires a Cana dian who can teach and provide leadership for an interdisciplinary department dedicated to application of studies of Political Lit erature and Sociology relevant to the Canadian scene and The successful candidate will require a minimum of o Masters or demonstrated leadership and performance of long standing in Canadian The selected chairman will be required to be on fulltime staff by May 1 971 and available for part lime consultation prior to that Salary commensurate with responsibilities and Apply with full March 1971 toi OFFICE OF PRESIDENT FILE CSAD GRANT MacEWAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 10355 JASPER AVENUE ALBERTA Chapter meets at Pincher Creek PINCHER CREEK Special The Captain McPhail Chap er of the IODE met recently t the home of Sorge rfth 12 members The meeting chaired by ohn vice regent heard he minutes of the previous neeting and the provincial let er read by Mrs Lyneh It was de ided that a delegate would not attend the annual provincial meeting in Edmonton in acting read the financial Herbig was ap icinted public relations secre Sorge reported thai 160 magazines had been placed in he store at Brocket for the use of our Indian It was reported that wool and sewing materials are on hand or those willmg to knit or sew or the The next meeting mil be ield April 5th at the home of Emil i Anniversary I is observed COALDALE HNS The 24th anniversary of the Coal dale Pythian Sisters Sunset Temple was observed with 34 members The reobli gation service was directed by Les Nolan assisted by Mrs Ralph Jint Alex Brown and all the Ralph King and Walter Perry will represent he temple at the Grand Tem ile convention in Calgary Uareh 2022 The report to be jresented at the convention showed the local group enjoyed a successful year m Harvey Ross was ap pointed the temples represent ative on the Coaldale Cm munity Hall replacing Fred Burton who regulation landing strip C o m m i 11 e appointments mil be made by the town coun cil on the March two mem bers to be The MD nominations are reeve Clar 1 ence Jespersen and council lor Mike while indus trial commission nominees are the commissions past chair man Eric Leigh and Roscoe Gibb First meeting of the ad hoc meeang of the Brooke achievement commission went on record jianev 0arain Dar ren Mark idouk ENDORSE PLAN COALDALE HNS council has endorsed the plan of the municipal affairs depart ment for a new method of as sessing municipalities for plan ning costs three tenths of a The new method would call for from Coaldale com pared to 5940 which the town s now Tabors financial position reported to be not good ceed retired Bent N who will not be present at fu ture The commissions recom cil so town secretary treasurer Thomas ings to handle work Borrowing authorized CLARESHOLM HNS Claresholm town council has passed bylaw to au thorize the borrowing of up to from the local Bank of Commerce to be used if and when needed for operating ex penses of the pending receipt of revenues from such sources as taxes and The parks head jd by Councillor Charles will work with the Lions to have the back stop at the Centennial Park completed as soon as The Lions Club has expressed willingness to help with the TABER HNS Surpluses adding up to more than 000 are reported in the 1970 an nual report of the town of Ta representing in the general operations of the town and from the domestic water Totai operating expenditures at were down from the of the previous mainly due to reductions in public school supplemental Operation costs of the water upply system amounted to against which the sale f water brought into he Last quarter bill SPRINGTIME Specfafe ALL SEASON FLUID HYTRAN 1 GENUINE IH FILTERS All types of farm equipment Choose any combination of fuel and WITH PURCHASE OF ANY 6 OR MORE 10 OFF OUR REGULAR LOW PRICE Suggested List SPECIAL 5 Gallon Pails INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 Stafford Lethbridge Phone 3273125 Tip Inn sale revised NATAL HNS District of Sparwood council has approv ed a revised contract for pres entation to Tip Inn The agreement for sale oi he land on which the mobile motel is located calls for rayment and a number of pro visions related to improve The major matters of coo cem are the paving of the larking the restriction o railer spaces and the replace ment of temporary footingb with There are time limits im posed on each of the condi ions after which the counci can order the work done at the expense of the Tip There is also a 15 day sign Ing period allowed after which the motel will be evicted from ihe A representative of counci Molly is to at tend a seminar on recreatio at Selkirk College in Castlegar March 26 and 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 ve hicle for the The fire which has the rescue vehicle project in will submit to civil de fence a list of equipment for the rescue Reg Taylor reported the pound should be sufficiently completed for the poundkeeper to start pickingup unlicensed dogs March Council rescinded an earlier motion making Pine Avenue a one way street from the high way to the end of the Instead it was decided to make it a twoway Mai eh Meeting set COALDALE HNS The annual meeting of the Cosldale Community Hall Board will be held at eight Brian Jack Rodney Wade Schneid Dennis Brian Taminga and Dean Iivamoto Master of ceremonies as mendations will be related to Schneider the tow n along with an Attending were District Corn offer of recommendations missioncr Jim Forman ad filling the position if the coun viser Frank Uyeda secretary treasurer Mrs cubmaster Vanden Anton will sit in on meeti assistant cub master secretarial Harold Schneider and finance committee chairman Houaid Haney The toast to the fathers was proposed by Darrell Cox is a member of the Iron Springs Forman spoke on the proposed district camp which would encompass boys within ing receivable at the yearend the He also amounted to the towns cash j position at yearend was far less comfortable than was inj dicated in the operation profit and loss I The bank balance of was overshadowed by overdraft and of The unfavor ble cash position was due in iart to postponement to 1971 certain debenture and to accounts receivable in cluding unpaid taxes amount ing to The poor financial position of aber was brought to the at ention of council In auditor Ronald vho suggested a few areas where hotter control would re sult hi corrective The towns debenture debt at he end of 1970 stood at This is made up of lo cal improvement borrowings of and municipal projects Rates of interest jayable range from two per ent to per cent for an overall average cost of money of 6 per The towns financial state ment for 1970 has now been mailed to the along with notice of the annual meet tag slated for 8 March at the community centre au in the It is open to the general m styling ouiswi New iuxory inside with famous goanywhere 4Wheel Drive TESTDRIVE THE 2CAR CAR TODAY car UNITED MOTORS 3rd 3rd Phone 3272805 PLAY CARDS COALHUHST HNS A so cial evening of whist and crib bage was enjoyed recently at the Coalhurst Elementary Winners of whist highs were and Dick Cribbage winners were Bill John Kundrik and Doreen BEING ROBBED OK YOUR MCWETAX If you prepare your own tax chances youve been robbing your self of perfectly good de ductions that may reduce your Why not sea H R Well pre check and guaran tee your return for accur Come in to H R BLOCK COMPLETE RETURNS GUABANTEE We guarantee accurate preparation of every hue If we make any erron that cost you any penalty we will pay thar penalty or co Canadas Largest Tax Service Wilh Over 5000 Ollicei in North Amerlct 815 THIRD SOUTH 99 95 Phone 327371J APPOINTMENT NECESSARY I TIME NOTICE NOMINATION MEETING LETHBRIDGE EAST PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE PARTY MARCH 15 The Ice Cream Boogaloo F PUCE ERICKSENS FAMILY RESTAURANT GUEST SPEAKER PETER LOUGHEED LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION The public is cordially invited to attend me steps are First slop ire cream down your hostess Stand and at tempt to wipe off the mess with a Take two steps Sit down again smile nonchalantly at your guests Tha last and easiest Is to tlnd a profes sional drycleanere In tho Help To everyone thoir just ;