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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 - TNI IfTHMIDdl KWALD - Wednetdoy, March 17,1971 Engineers probe pollution control NATAL (HNS) - Directors of the Regional District of East Kootenay have budgeted $10,-000 this year for the services of consulting engineers in the field of pollution control. RDEK directors will make it clear to the provincial government they feel they should not have had to spend the money. Mayor Rene Lenardon of Fernie said that better co-operation from the provincial government in making studies available would help prevent spending of p u b 1 i c money at the fourth level for pollution control. The firm of Reid, Crowther Trophy night March 20 at Taber ETZIKOM (HNS) - A miscellaneous shower was held in the LDS Church to honor Miss Janet Hamling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs1. Les Hamling. Mrs. Tecla Heninger headed the affair. The gift table was decorated with a large rose bowl with a background of large white bells and streamers festooned with rosettes. Presenting the gifts to her sister was Miss Glenda Hamling while Lucy Cross recorded. Another sister, Miss Karon Hamling, fashioned a hat out of the bows and ribbons which was later modelled by the bride-to-be. Lunch was served by the LDS members who also sponsored the shower. Canvassers for cancer are named ETZIKOM (HNS) - The Etzikom Community Club held its meeting ait the home of Mrs. Hilmer (Katie) Halvorson with 13 members answering roll call. Sunshine Pals sent cards and gifts. It was decided to replenish the first aid kit after Mrs. Harry (Betty) Cooper takes stock and reports. It was also decided to purchase new shower decorations with Mrs. Harold (Marion) Halvorson in charge. Cancer fund canvassers, are: Mrs. Annetta Dorsey, Mrs. Elmer (Gladys) Genno, Mrs. Mike (Alice) Ondrick, Mrs. Sandy (Jessie) Davis and Mrs. Clarence (Alice) Robinson. Each has been assigned her designated area. The Hostess gift was presented to Mrs. Ben (Rose) Burger. The next meeting is scheduled for April 14 at the home of Mrs. Sam (Ella) Robinson. and Partners Ltd. of Calgary will complete the survey of the district. All applications for permission to discharge effluent that go through the offices of the RDEK will go to the firm for its perusual. The survey itself will cost about $2,500. The firm has already examined an application of Fording Goal to build a tailings lagoon near its coal preparation plant. On the basis of its advice, the RDEK will protest to the Pollution Control Branch. Reid, Crowther suggested the lagoon could overflow in periods of heavy runoff and suggested several measures to prevent either escape of overflow water or entry of runoff water into the pond. Although the legal date for objection to two discharge applications by Kaiser Resources for solid waste at their coal preparation plant has passed, the board decided to have Reid. Crowther examine the applications anyway. If the firm feels the board should object, it will. Kaiser Resources has been discharging solid waste without a permit for about a year now. Curlers win NATAL (HNS) - Playing in the Coleman Shamrock Open Mixed Bonspiel recently, rinks from the Sparwood Curling Club came home with prizes. The Siro Cimolini rink placed fourth in the A event. The Raymond Myles rink reached the final and placed second in the B event. The Walter Rybachuk rink took first in the C event. 1,480 patients admitted in year CARDSTON (HNS) - The Cardston Municipal Hospital admitted 1,480 patients last year, board member Bruce Burt reported at the recent town annual meeting. There were 149 babies born during the year. The hospital had 61 full-time and 20 part-time employees. Auxiliary capacity has been increased by five beds but the d e m a n d is still greater than the space. There are 28 applicants on file. There is now a physiotherapy department in the hospital. Various equipment is being purchased for the hospital from donations received from clubs and individuals of the community. Because of an anticipated increase in salaries, fewer people that are resigning will be replaced. Their work will be absorbed by the rest of the staff. School aided by women NEW DAYTON (HNS) -United Church Women met recently at the home of Mrs. Elton Duell. Six members answered roll call with "used greeting cards" to be sent to the Dorothy Gooder School in Lethbridge. Devotion entitled "The Hymn Book" was given by Mrs. Don Skeith and 20 hymn books are to be ordered for the church. Delegates to attend the annual south Alberta presbyterial meeting at Medicine Hat will be Mrs. Stewart Skeith, Mrs. Don Skeith and Mrs.' Elton Duell. A congregational supper and social is planned for Sunday, Feb. 28. Church service will be at 4 p.m. with supper and the social following. District doings Weerstra wins GRANUM (HNS) - The Jack Weerstra rink of Granum was the winner in the Granum High School Bonspiel held in the Granum Curling rink. Other first event winners were: Mike Gillespie, Granum; Rick Frayne, Fort Macleod and Blaine Huddle, Clares-holm. Second event winners were: J,erry Kino shit a, Clares-holm; Doug Doyle, Fort Macleod; Miles Johnson, Granum ; Paul Graveland, Fort Macleod. Third event: Kelly Taiten-ger, Claresholm, Larry Gas-sner, Granum; Darwin Lar-sen, Stavely and Doug Jorgen-son, Granum. The prize for the first rink out was won by Doris Daley. Mike Gillespie won for the biggest end with a five-ender. Annual meeting GRANUM (HNS) - Town of Granum annual meeting was held in the Community Hall with 26 in attendance. Mayor T. W. Cairns was elected chairman and read the minutes. The following reports were given: financial statement, T. W. Cairns and E. Mohr; inspector's report, T. Cairns; cemetery report, E. Mohr; community hall, H. Clark; public works, L. DeMaere; sewer, C. Calderwood fire, T. Cairns trees, T. Cairns. E. Mohr discussed completion of the boulevards. Discussions were held on the streets and work to be done at the cemetery. North leaving WARNER (HNS) - People from Wrentham, Milk River, Raymond, and other country points gathered at the Warner Memorial Library recently to bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs. J. N o r t h. Mr. North, superintendent of schools for the County of Warner, has accepted a position in the regional office at Grand Prairie and will be leaving April 1. Book of James WRENTHAM (HNS) - The Taber Church of Christ, Ralph Whitrow minister, is looking forward to March 21 when Alan Smith of Portage la Prairie, Man., will begin a series of studies from the Book of James. Mr. Smith spent the early years of his life on a farm near Vulcan. His knowledge of the Bible comes from studying at the Alberta Bible College, Calgary. UCW meets NEW DAYTON (HNS) -United Church Women met at the home of Mrs. Bob Duncan with seven members present. The study "The Americas" was introduced by Mrs. Stewart Skeith. The congregational fellowship supper is postponed until Fall. Members will entertain the senior citizens of Ridge View Lodge, Raymond, at the end of March. Mrs. Jay Snow will take the church service April 4 in the absence of Rev. Dave Howlett, The April meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Kitty Kent. Polio clinics set WARNER (HNS) - The County of Warner Health Unit will be giving Sabin (oral polio boosters) to all adults in the county. Anyone not having had Sabin since 1966, please call at the Health Unit in your town on any clinic day. Dates are as follows: COUTTS: 1st and last Thursday of each month at the Coutts School from 1 to 3 p.m. MASINASIN: 2nd Thursday of each month at the school from 1 to 3 p.m. MILK RIVER: Every Friday at the elementary school from 1 to 4 p.m. NEW DAYTON: 1st Wednesday of each month at the school from 1 to 3 p.m. WARNER: .Every Tuesday at the clinic from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 4:30 p.m. SYLBERT'S SHOES | Men's Cowboy Boot Promotion SPECIAL PURCHASE of Texas Brand, H & H, and Boulet Sizes 6 to 12 - Regularly to 55.00 SPECIAL PURCHASE PRICE 1700 to 4100 CLEARANCE of Men's Hushpuppies, , Playboys, and Dress Shoes ft""*' Leathers and Suedes, Ties and Slip-ons Regularly 13.00. CLEARING AT LBERT'S SHOES 505 4th Avenue S. LETHBRIDGE Hospital improvements noted by Dyck COALDALE (HNS) - During 1970 new equipment and several upgrading projects were completed at the Coaldale Community Hospital. John F. Dyck, president of the Coaldale Community Hospital Association Ltd. and the hospital board, reported progress at the recent annual shareholders' meeting. Heating renovations were extended in the old wing. Rooms now have individual room thermostats. The kitchen was improved. A dishwasher, a hot water booster and the final stage of the stainless steel di&htabling was installed. The cost was $3,000. Some improvements in the heating of service areas are planned. Through the assistance of the hospital women's auxiliary the hospital now has a portable x-ray, Gestetner and some new laboratory equipment. The approximate 1970 budget was $170,000. A small surplus is anticipated. A portion of it will go towards the addition made to the ambulance ramp in 1969. The provincial department of health would not share costs in this project. A loan of $6,000 was earmarked early in 1971 to the Mennomte Health Society. 11 was for remodelling and enlarging the doctors' offices here. In mid-1971 there will be three doctors from the Campbell Clinic here. The addition to the building will make it pos sible to accommodate three doctors. The two doctors here now are Dr. James Oshiro and Dr. James Fair. The medical staff at the hospital in 1970 incuded two active and 33 courtesy, consultant and dental members. Borrowing for sewer authorized NATAL (HNS) - The Dis trict of Sparwood council recently approved a bylaw authorizing loans for the sewer and water systems. The bylaw authorizes the Regional District of East Koote nay to raise $200,000 in loans for the two systems. The sewer system will re ceive $129,000 and the water system $71,000. Borrowing for these projects was previously authorized and $280,000 has already been borrowed. A bylaw was approved setting remuneration for mayor and aldermen. The amount for the mayor is unchanged at $2,500 but the aldermen now receive $1,200, up $200 from last year. CWL thanked WARNER (HNS) - The Warner CWL met recently at the home of Mrs. H. Pittman. Two CWL members, Mrs. J. Heppler and Mrs. M. Herbst, are on the library board this year. Report on the recent workshop held at Milk River was given by Mrs. V. Heppler and Mrs. S. Collin. A letter was read thanking the CWL for the donation made to the Cup of Milk Fund. Motion was made to have an annual supper meeting, to be he!d this year April 5 in Warner and catered to by a Warner organization. fflocfoe SAVE 1.26 SAVE ON ALBUMS Check our Record Department during this 3 Day Explosion. All 4.75 and 5.75 albums will be on salel Shop early for best selection. Reg. Woolco Price each 4.75. EACH Reg. Woolco Price each k5.75 EACH 3.49 4.49 SAVE Glen Campbell live' in Concert 2 LP. SET Reg. Woolco Price, Set 9.95 \ � \ 2 ALBUM SET COUNTRY WESTERN Some of the greatest all time favourites including C end W artists like Stonewall Jackson, Carl Smith and Marty Robbins. 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