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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March 1V71 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Community hall repairs needed CARMANGAY year cf th dis lie recreation nisa jeen A survev was taken eaily 1970 to what the po low aiea and further study of this topic wll conunue into 1971 Caid pcrUes tv The children and mug people were shown films games while Uie i caid A hobby day was held in The community h a 1111 cation bcui i i was filled to capacity with disj mittee to plays of handmoik j To raise money for the first i years operation a walkathon I The nvmhir a pciube fcr the A citizens v ihccl iws i t pool to t e i Ilcbby it hold a fair in t The lack of a good communi ty hall has been of great con cern to the The com munity use of the school or major repairs to the existing v the Village Hoard was for d amtsi The n Lions luld tiay with a Kiui at the fair A wm the first was also hclu Three sets ff Botirassa appointed KOItT I t tuo liorsestw t the c lawn c Uj Regional IXiect The v Timn that U placed tie pRsent niopal if fir ibe facilities has been discussed j Vis held in This was a the with the county school commit most successful community un tee the and One of the mam ob clubs of the community many I jectives was to provide times this mmg facilities for the commu The outcome of these talks Citieis weie disap will determine the use of the pointed when the department capital grant for thc recreation i of public health would not al 0 the the committee e At the same tinv of bOta A Civic p tiie Mu Creek He will be rne will sponu a Mini inc tle March obicvtives sem inar to be hel m Lcthbridge end a for adults and 10 be lield in Drumheller in Sanitation ruling nought by board CRANBROOK half hour shuttle Most Miull bkcs out East Kootenay Union board of health Alderman Grace Brock of on he half cf her has request of car passenger ferries on arterial route across Kootenay Lake between Balfour and Queens Both regional boaids and the ed within CO dajs a uiling from Union board consider discharge lu the Provincial Pollution Con disposal of all boats operating lu on lakes in East and West Koot trol Board chairman on boat and mechanical op eration discharges for both Regional Districts of Cental Kootenay centring at Ne son and East Kootenay at Cran brook have previously protest ed apparent discharge prac tices of the Ferry service NEW BRIDGES FOR PASS Government of Alberta bridge crews install a new pre fabricated bridge over the Crowsnest River immediately east of Crowsnest Fore man is ten Contract work is being cbne by Drain Construction of A second bridge over Allison Creek about two miles east of ihe new Crowsnest River bridge will be erected in the near Down Memory Lane ice show features Nowsad BLAIRMORE CNF Bureau Down Memory Lane will be the theme of lias years Crowsnest Pass Figure Skating Club ice show to be presented in the Blairmore arena by club professional Peggy The event will be helrl March 19 at 8 p Besides ail the young and ju nior members of the skating three distinguished skat ers will take part in the pro Miss Bonnie Miles showered usie Zonda and Frank Now He won the bronze meda n the 1971 Saskatoon Winte Games a n d he also hold jther medals for single an doubles Reports indicate costume again been prepared by he Many hours 0 nard work went into the cns and preparation for the ETZffiOM HNS Dick Lindal Miles nee Lee was showered with miscellane ous gifts and a hostess gift re cently in the Etzikom Commu nity Master of ceremonies was her former Wend lin Kay The hall was gaily decorated with streamers and rosettes spelling out Miles name RdinbirdBuckner and Raintrol Sprinklers Dont start the season with worn out sprinkler trade for new tradein 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 Aiding her sister in the un wrapping and recording was Miss Sherry Lee and Ger ald Irene At lunchtime the head table was centered with a cake made and decorated by Milton Mary Eckstrand which was decorated in green and topped with white doves and yellow The cake was later cut and passed among the guests by New power plan Pr esenied CARDSTON Special Jack piesident of Alberta Un ion of Rural Electrification As presented a new cen tralization power plan proposa al the distuct meeting of al REAs in district Ray Hart of Claresholm was reelected district Walter Boras A motion favoring Aidies proposal was approved in prin A motion opposing pub lic ownership of the er com panics was An attempt t pass a motion of censure on Calgary Power for discrimina lory praclibes was Mr coop supervisor gave information that the powc commission will likely be dis continued as Their wor will be transferred to the coor Other power and provincial people were present Calgary Power hosted the are contributing to recre ational deterioration and pollu tion of this major Kootenay wa terway which originates in gla cial waters of Kootenay Nation al Park and crosses the Amer ican border twice before join ing the Columbia River at Cas some 400 miles ide main channel lakes which include the imminent Libijy Pondage and Kootciw L a k drain into the at some and tbs1 imuled pol utants continue doun thc Co lumbia from Caitltgar TEAM IRON SPRINGS Noble was a Grand Prame visitor diumg the He 1 was a member cf ict champion team which travelled to Grand Prairie for the proj vincial finals for the al Caj nadian Legion cuihng ItCK heard wcie d up m the cuinnumiu ill club was Mines are played cu Courses in funuiure and pon sored by the and tlie district home CLOnom Miss Bai bara S I u ru t of was the instiuctur in these activities A s c i n g course was en by an mstruc tor from the Lethbndge Com mtinity PAIUZNTS A fashion and local talent SP4RWOOD HNS Miss show was held m The school laaglrer of and her assistant weie seat to and Mrs Slim a special at the nuclear medicine at budge Community College jjntish Columbia Institute called tho Pso1 f is spending the Fnvtronmnt foi Chil The nuisery school was midtcim break at the home of given financial assistance i her parents Cromnesl Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Resident Blairmore Phone 5622149 These Are Ik Lethbndge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIE MARGARET MONTGOMERY Box 148 ENCHANT MARGARET DORCHAK 1852 BARONS JUNE Box 231 CROWSNEST PASS VERN DECOUX General Delivery Contact these people for your District Newi or Classified Advertising Will air chamber matters CRANBROOK ternal complications in Cran brook Chamber of Commerce organization have precipitated more executive meetings in March so far than in any pre vious entire The matters will be aired at the March din ner membership meeting post poned a week to March At that time special visitor for the after dinner program will be field director for the British Columbia Cham bers of Marty John stone of In last Decembers annual election of officers Frank Schmaltz was named president succeeding James Dalton and Ron Draper vice president Staff secretary treasurer for many years has been Murray Program chairman in stand ing committees for 1971 is Barkman who is arrang ing details for the membership meeting at which the resigna tions will be and if their successors will be Under consideration is an aggressive 1971 program within Chamber guidelines for the var ious appropriate facets of com munity affairs and thc meeting will be oriented toward more active participation of Cham ber members in the work of the membership in their organiza Good turnout BOOT A HNS The March meeting of the Del Bo mta Wildlife Club attracted a good turnout with Dale Jorgen1 sen giving an informative tail on conservation and range The petition on environment conservation was circulated among the Awards night will be held March 27 in Uie local school at eight DECAPITATED COALDALE HNS Tree pruning here was ordered by At a recent council mccling it was said some of the pruning was decapitating in stead of trimming Some o n c must have been over anxious i councillors I part of I TriniCinaili Ttltphont System It seems that only yesterday he bought your first signed your report cards and fixed a broken v AGT LC i LONG DISTANCE makes fonder So ilorTl let another day slip ;