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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, March 21, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 The South In short Coleman Collieries co-operating, says gov't minister Claresholm vote ordered CLARESHOLM (HNS) Town council has decided to seek an opinion of the people as to what use to put the former Claresholm Municipal Hospital Building A committee which investigated possible uses for the former hospital will phrase a question on the matter and put it to the voters. The date of the referendum has not been set. Earlier, the committee recommended the town purchase the building and develop it as a municipal administration centre. Council decided that by submitting a referendum all qualified residents could vote whereas with a plebiscite only property owners could vote COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Coleman Collieries Ltd is giving full co-operation to the department of the environment in its efforts to i each solutions to resolving the dust problem in town emanating from coal stock piles and the cleaning plant. This information was given to council by Environment Minister William Yurko. He advised that studies have begun on the long range resolution of the coal-handling problem Dustfall reports from Jerry Lack, of th., air pollution control branch, have been giving monthly reports to date, indicating dustfall in some areas is heavy. A recent report that the Town of Coleman is in need of a safecracker to open several old safes that the town has inherited through tax recoveiy sales, has cheated some reader interest. The town has received enquiries from as far away as Alaska and Vancouver regarding the safes. Coun. Jerry Rejman presented a breakdown on the recreation budget and informed council the board has applied for an Opportunities For Youth grant to help employ students that would work on projects to improve various areas in Coleman Monday is the date for the annual ratepayers' meeting to The Herald' District Sewage station at Stirling STIRLING (HNS) The village has installed a new sewage lift-station that will double the capacity of sei vice The village council is looking into construction of another reservoir in order to expand the water service. Pension man in Claresholm The manager of the Lethbndge district office of the Canada Pension Plan will be at the Claresholm drop-in centre from a.m. to 4.30 p m. Thursday and from 8 to 10 a m. Friday Fern Bouchard will answer any queries on the Canada Pension Plan, old age security or the guaranteed income supplement. He will also provide assistance in filling out applications for the above benefits. Coleman drivers warned COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The Town of Coleman has drawn up and passed a bylaw to regulate vehicles parking on streets in Coleman and creating problems for snow removal during storms The bylaw includes authorization for the town to have the parked vehicles removed at the owners expense. Acting superintendent named PINCHER CREEK (Special) Dr. O. P. Larson, recently retired sup- erintendent of schools at Lethbndge, be acting superintendent for the Pincher Creek school division from iate March, 1974, to the end of the school year. He will be in charge while Brian Frankcombe, superintendent, leaves for a period of study Cardston first day results Magrath hires policeman 5 pianists get top marks at Rotary Music Festival Spring breezes Roy Huff of Shaugh- nessy gives his windmill weathervane a tune-up so the warm spring breezes will turn his horse into the wind. CARDSTON (HNS) Bryan Miller of Magrath has begun work as a policeman in the town of Cardston He replaced Reed Jensen who resigned to go ranching. There were five written applications for the position Chief Mervin Law says February was a "slow" month. There were 12 charges under the Criminal Code; 57 under liquor control, including intoxication, and 27 under highw. y traffic There were 12 motor vehicle accidents with in property damage. Luchia rink wins silver NOBLEFORD (HNS) The winner of the UFA silverware in the annual Nobleford Women's Bonspiel was Lucinda Luchia and her rink comprising Linda Lisowicz, third; Jo-Ann McTighe, second: and Susan Konynenbelt. The Superior 77 trophies were won by Doreen Spencer and her mates Spencer was aided by Albina Vaclav, third; Karen McClain, second; and Karen Quittenbaum, lead. Twelve rinks competed for top honors. CARDSTON (HNS) Piano classes were completed on the first day of the 10th annual Cardston and District Rotary Music Festival. Louise Chapman of Lethbridge, was the adjudicator She awarded a high mark of 84 to five young pianists, Lisa Matkin, Jocelyn Van Orman, Stacy Pitcher, Shelley Bun and Cheryl Russell. Adjudicators were Anne Campbell of Lethbridge, vocal section; Leona PaterfO. Calgary, speech section; Milton Iverson of Taber, band. A grand concert and presentation of awards will be held Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Cardston Social Centre. Results follow: PIANO SOLO 7 years and undpr Francis Furtado 82 8 years and under Susan French, 81, Barbara Larson, 80 9 jears and under Mark Pitcher, 81 Cindy Vaneak, 79 10 years and under- Stacy Pitcher 83, Tamara Tagg. 82 11 years'and under Dana Durfey, 80. Carol Shaw. 80, Kathy Lowry 79 12 years and under Jocelyn Van Orman 84, Lisa Matkin 83 13 years and under Cheryl Wenner. 82 Merlene Cahoon. 81 14 years and under Jack Thomas, 83. Paul Sloan 82 SONATINA 10 years and under Julie Ann Jen- sen 83, Tamara magg. 82 11 years and under Stacy Pitcher, 82. Carol Shaw. 81 12 years and under Jocelyn Van Orman 83, Lisa Matkiti. 81 13 years and under Cheryl Wenner. 81 15 vears and under. Jack Thomas. 80. Robert Tagg, 79 NATIONAL ANTHEM ACCOMPANYING Stacy Pitcher 84 SPECIAL PIANO No age limit Lynda McMurray. 83. I HOMES Cheryl Beazer 82 SPECIAL PIANO SOLO Noagelimit Ehsa Kennard. 82. Bev Kejers, 81 SPECIAL PIANO DUET Annette Tommuk and Susan Vadnais 82 PIANO DtET 8 and under Barbara Larson and Linda McMurrav. 80 10 years and under Tamara Tagg and Jane Olsen 83 Stacy Pitcher and Mark Pitcher 82 12 years Lisa Matkin and Jocelyn Van Orman 84 Kathy Lowry and Shelley Hendry, 82 BACH 10 years and under Tamara Tagg, 83. Mark Pitcher. 82 12 years Jocelvn Van Orman. 81. Shelley Hendry. 80 14 years and under Jack Thomas 83 BACH PRELUDE AND FUGUE Open Cheryl Russell, 83 SIGHT ACCOMPANYING Teresa Pitcher. 83 HAYDEN JUNIOR 16 years and under Shelley Hurt. 84 TWENTIETH CENTURY Open Cheryl Russell. 84 CONCERT RECITAL 16 years ard under Burt. 83 District calendar The annual meeting of the Parkland Community Hall Association will be held at 1 p m. Wednesday, March 27, in the hall tne annual Stavely Variety Show will be held at 8 p m Saturday, April 13 in the Stavely Community Hall There will be a turkey supper Wednesday, April 3, in the Cayley IOOF Kail at 6 p m... The First Taber Rangers will hold a fashion show, tea and bazaar in the basement of Knox United Church from 1 to 5pm March 30 and everyone is welcome Milk River Belles 'n Beaux square dance club wiil hold a graduation dance Tuesday, March 26 at 8 p.m in the Milk River Elks Hall. Fort MacLeod carnival to recall 1874 era FORT MACLEOD (HNS) Billy and Cory Jo Petrunik of Lethbndge will perform at the Fort Macleod Figure Skating Club's annual ice carnival at p.m. Friday and Saturday. It will be held in the Fort Macleod Arena The show will be opened by MP Otto Gellenik. former world dance champion skater. There will be guest skaters from the Calgary club Local parents will skate a "fun number." A total of 87 skaters aged four to 15 wili perform in the show. The theme is Remember When. Fort Macleod 1874. NOW You Can Have It Your Very Own Brand New Mobile Home and Swe Money, Too! ______________________ TRY US YOU'LL SEE 1 Missionary work outlined Buys you a Weekend m the Beautiful Crowsnest Pass Ski-Snowmobile-Tobcggan-lce Fish-or just relax in the Mountain Air. 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