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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Arena move scored NATAL (HNS) District of Sparwood councillors held a discussion on the recent denial of (he Regional District of East Kootenay for extension of use of the Nalal arena and curling rinks for another winter. Aid. Anthony DoLucn recom- mended a letter be sent to the govern mcnt demanding the same consideration as given in other urban renewal schemes. The municipal clerk, Miss Loretta Montemurro, reported she was instructed to write to the British Columbia minister of municipalities, the Hon. Dan Campbell, with a formal pro- test of the action taken by the regional district. Copies of the letter were also sent to Leo Nimsick, MLA, and to Doug Stewart, MP, who rep- resent the area at the two se- nior levels of government. Corral March 20 A corral planning workshop will be held in the Clarestwlm Provincial Building Mon d a y, March 20 at p.m. Dennis Darby, regional engi- neer for (ho Alberta depart- ment of agriculture, will dis- cuss cover loading, working chutes, cattle squeezes, head- gates, blocking gates and cat- walks. Tlie workshop is designed primarily for cattlemen who are contemplating changes in their cattle handling facilities Youths propose campsites, seek Ottawa financing NATAL District o( Spanvootl council hoard a del- Ration of Gratlc 11 students H site for a c.imp- jroiind and picnic area. Tlio project could receive Op- portunities for Youth financing. The proposal is to develop six campsites and a picnic area with 12 tables and set-in bar- beques. Council agreed lo let the. group develop part of the'Wil- son Creek property if il gets financing. Forward plans for hospital CRANBKOOK (Spcei all- East Kootenay Regional Hospi- tal District board has approved forwarding of plans for Fcr- nie's new 66-bed hospital to 13CHIS without further district hospital advisory board review. District doings Purchase TV FORT MACLEOD (Special) The L a d i e s Auxiliary to Blunt's Nursing Home here has decided to purchase a color television set for the patients. Members arc also having a picture painted for the d i n ing room. Due to the sudden death ot entertainment convener Mrs. Pearl Hutton, the women have asked all organizations to con- tact the matron as to when they are booked for entertainment. It is hoped a woman will vol- unteer to act as liaison be- tween the organizations and tho home for the planned weekly entertainment the auxiliary has been responsible for during the past years. The annual Mother's Day bake sale will be held May 13. Mrs. Ruth Dunn donated mate- rial for the hahy quilt and Mrs. Edith Driver offered to have il made for a draw. A RAINBOW ADVEWTURE FILM Produwd br CHUCK Special Snowing TONIGHT ONIY CINEMA PICTURE BUTTE 9.00 ONE NIGH! ONIY REX BEUEVUE Coming WednenJoy ONE NIGHT ONtY MAYFA1R, CARDSTON Atfulti T2 li under Regular Pasi tisl Suspended Estimated cost is million, major item of the regional plebiscite hospital capital ex- penditure approved by voters in June, 1970. Fcrnic's existing 33-bed hos- pital was built as a memorial community effort after the Sec- ond World War and is debt-free. In urging all possible speed toward the new hospital at a new approved site, Mayor Vern Uphill, Femie EKRHD direc- tor, stressed the need for ac- tion with Fernie and area pop- ulation far exceeding present facilities. COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and prc-school clinics: ENCHANT: Tuesday, March 21, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, March 21, in the health unit office in the administration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TURIN: The clinic at Turin has been cancelled. NOBLEFORD: .Wednesday, March 22, in the school from to p.m. VAUXH ALL: Wednesday, March 22, in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m COALDALE: .Thursday, March 23, in the health unit of- fice (upstairs in the town of- fice building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and lo 4 p.m. TABF.R: Thursday, March 23, in the health unit office in the administration building, from 10 a.m to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARONS: Friday, March 24, in the school from to p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at all clinics free of charge. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388; and Taber 223-9111. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against contag- ious disease and tooth decay. Tridny, Monh 17, 1572 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Picture Butte citizens 1 dislike patrol car PUFNSTUF STAR Gor- son Koiim) Iricd lo Keep Cling and Clang, two sleepy firp- nicn. awake in Pufnstuf in the Foremost Figure Skating Club's third annual ice carni- val. Twins Karen and Shar- on Walters skated the ditct Don't Be Sad and a capacity crowd In the Foremost arena followed their advice. The sliow included two hours of fine skating by SO youngsters. Photos Bake sale COALDALK (ilfs'S) Worn- en's organizations here wil sponsor a bake sale from 1C a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, March 18, in the College Mall, Lelh bridge. Donafioa'i may be left at the Coaldalo Fire Hall early Satur day morning. PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Town council gathered 450 sig- natures and has sent them to he solicitor-general of Canada, protesling the new RCMP sign on cars and buildings. The new sign stresses the word There have been five breaks recently in the town water lines. The water plant interior has 3een completely painted. The fluoride machine lias been overhauled and put into first-class condition. A new coin metering ma- chine has been installed. The county health nurse, Mrs. Dorotliy Foster, now has her office in the Picture Butte High School. The firm of Young. Parkyn and McN'ab was again retain- ed as auditors. A water and sewer study Is sign to be made by the firm ot Strong, Lamb and Nelson. This study will cost Mayor Alex Chronik appoint- ed councillor Jack finch as (own representative to the re- gional parks board. Mr. Fineli reported progress being made by the Picture Buttc Fish and Game Associa- tion in regards to the shooting range. The town will provide fenc- ing and wire to upgrade the old nuisance grounds, The fish and game association will pro- vide the labor. A further study will be made regarding a mobile-home sub- division. Councillor Finch was asked to gather possible sites for mobile homes. The court of revision will be held April 10. Those appointed to the court are councillors Branch, Kulka, Oliver and Finch and Mayor Chronik. 14 fires STIRLING (HNS) Threo fires within the village and H fires in the county were attend- ed hy the Stirling Fire Depart- ment during l'J71. They gava assistance at 3 a.m. in pumping recent flood water from tho basement of Mrs, Hetty Hose. WISHING WELL SALE THE MAJOR APPUANCE OF YOUR CHOICE (NOTHING TO BUY) DETAILS AT SMIWS KELVINATOR a I Stirling STIRLING (HNS) Home owners have asked to burn or remove old buildings not being used. Tliis was requested at the re- cent annual meeting of ratepay- ers. A power take-off chain saw, mowing machine, tractor, rucks, and the fire engine will >e available to assist citizens in this project. Removal of old cars and oth- er will be undertaken. Boyd Hirsche is in charge of -his equipment. Councilman Ken Baker is spearheading a drive to help Jte villagers take a good look at their yards and homes and make all possible improve- ments. Mr. Baker said: "I have en- joyed it since I moved here. It's the best place I've ever been." people contacted by Mrs. Jessie Heath It's the Shoe Sole Of The Year for Men Commenting Saturday 9 a.m. Sharp! Belter be ficrc early lo advantage of the many great buys on broken and discontinued of quality bronrf name McHALE and BARKER SHOES S25 REGULAR TO 40.00 SPRING SALE, PAIR BALLY SHOES -from SWITZERLAND Regular to 60.00 SPRING SALE, PAIR BARKER NOVAS and McFARLANE Regular Ic 32.50 SAIE, PAIR '20 1 GROUP! ASSORTED ONIY SUPPORT PO STIRLING (HNS) Post- master Clinton Hardy ts urging the community to support tlic local post office in order that it may receive a higher rating. lly JEAN Special Correspondent FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Fort iMacleod Centen- nial Society, recently formed lor (he purpose of planning celebrations for October, 1973, to October, 1974 has been in- spired by the work of Mrs. Jes- sie Heath, chairman, of the homecoming committee. She began looking (or former resi- dents some two years ago. She wrote letters lo maga- zines, newspapers and indivi- duals asking for addresses of oldlimers. To date she has more than names and addresses, and a good many people have re- plied indicating they plan to at- tend some of the festivities. Also under the direction of Mrs. Heath, pioneer family his- tories are being written and published. Her plan now is to write to all (ormer residents with a cal- ender of centennial events as soon as it is compiled. Ttie society is planning one major event a month (or the year. Rapeseed short course Tuesday TABEU A rapcseed short course will be held in the Tabor; Community Centre Tuesday at] a.m. It is designed to inform farm owners of the potential of grow- ing rapcseed on irrigated land, Marvin Galls, regional eco- nomist for the Alberta depart- ment of agriculture, will dis- cuss costs and returns of rapc- seed. Other speakers are Steve Dubetz, agronomist at the Leth- bridge Research Station' W. Yarish, weed ecology supervi- sor from Edmonton: and Welsh, plant industry supervi- sor from Calgary: and Jim Ar- chibald, agricultural fieldman from Lethbridgc. KELVINATOR RANGES- Make meal planning a joy regardless of whether it'j a deluxe cooking centre or a modest budget KELVINATOR OF CANADA LIMITED SMITH'S MALT LIQUOR O'KEEFE BREWING COMPANY LIMITED 'JTiese are the extras you'll discover every lime you open a bottle of OTKeefe's Extra Old Stock Malt Liquor. 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