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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta COALDALE HNS The BaronsEureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and presehool TABER March in the health unit office in the Administration from 10 to 12 noon and to 4 COALDALE April in the health unit office in the Town Office Building up etairs from 10 to 12 noon and to 4 TABER April in the health unit office in the Administration from 10 to 12 noon and to 4 GRASSY LAKE April in the Chamberlain School from 1 to 3 Fluoride tablets are available at all clinics free of medical officer of urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against conta gious March 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HiRAlO 3 Access problem handed ito ICE REVUE HITMore tnon people packed the Blairmore Ice Centre to attend the Crowsnest Pass Figure Skating Clubs ice revue Down Memory Special per formances by club professional Peggy Susie Decoux photo Frank Nowosad and Bonnie Hammond thrilled the spec About 150 skaters took i TABKK HNS The proi lorn of access from Hiphua 1 to a psoposed moor imtc dr j velopmcnt south of the hicn i way on land recently by th has been tossed in Industrial Commission j for further consideration and I j The department of has declined requests for ac cess to the property at 49th from both lanes of the though connection1 fiom the south lane only Mayor Arthur 11 Avery told Council agreed to support dr veloper Norman Long in any way acknowl edging that a median crossing is necessary for the orderly of the Aid hospital NATAL HNS The Ladies Auxiliary to the MichelNatal and District Hospital will pur chase a dermatome used for skin grafting for the The new equipment will cost Plans were made for the an nual membership drive to be undertaken near the end of up of District News R 1 ZZZ tu Course improved RAYMOND HNS An electric power line has been connected to the Raymond Golf Course by Calgary Power Tagg top festival CARDSTON HNS Three marks of 88 topped the first day of the Cardston Music Festival Robert Tagg earned that mark with lus piano 12 He then tied with Shelley Janisko as they played in the Bach piano 13 Dale Jackson of a secondtime adjudicator at fes tivals said he enjoyed the Bach This is the seventh annual It is sponsored by the Irrigation Equipment SPECIAL Mile 4 x 40 USED LATERAL LINE WITH END RISERS AND MAJOR COUPLERS Very good PRICED TO SELL GOOD USED MAINLINE ALSO AVAILABLE AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES Wo use the belt AlCAN aluminum Major Irrigation 2125 2nd Avenue South PHONES Rotary SOCIAL CENTRE CHAPEL PIANO SOLOS 7 years Tamara Joyce R6i Sarah Furtado and Stacy Jean Pitch lied for 8 yearsMichelle 83 Chris tine Spaceman and Kathy Lowry tied for 9 years Lisa Maikln and Shelley Hendry lied or 85 Kristin 83 10 years Darcy 83 Cheryl 8 11 years Jack 85 Chris line Hunter and Melisa Spackman tied for 12 years Robert 88 Pamila 85 13 years Shelley 87 Cheryl 14 years Shelley BACH PIANO 9 years Lisa Matkln 84 Stacy Jean years Jack 86 Brcnda Melisa Lonle led for 13 years Robert Tagg and Shelley tied for 88 Shelley 15 years Shelley Matkin and Cheryl tied for IONATINAS 10 years Darcy 82 Jocelyn Ian 80 11 years Jack Thomas and Melisa Spackman tied or LonI 12 years Trudy Mae Pitcher Andrea Spackman and Robert Tagg tied for 82 13 years Shelley 87 15 years Shelley 85 Gregg 83 gets Wright vote of thanks NATAL HNS The an nual meeting of the Michel Natal and District Hospital So ciety elected Joe Frank Fairelough and Mario Eerdus co to the board of Gratitude was expressed to Gwen Wright and her committee for their efforts to ward a new hospital for the district of One of the suggestions which came out of the question period was that the committee of Gwen Wright undertake to send letters to the two Cominco and Kaiser as well as to the authorities in Gwen Wright agreed to undertake this The group has been fighting since 1365 to have a new hos pital located in the Sparwood Victoria has consistently favored Visiting RANCHERS and STOCKMEN THE BEEF INDUSTRY AND SOUTHERN ALBERTA SEMINAR EXHIBITION MARCH 27th We extend an invitation to you to visit our store while in We feature the largest selection of Western Wear in the South Country for ths entire COWBOY BOOTS by Tony Cowtown and Texas WESTERN SHIRTS by Karmen and Tern Tex LEE and LEVIS JEANS WESTERN SUITS AND SPORT JACKETS by Prince Clothing WESTERN HATS by and American Hat PLUS LADIES WESTERN OUTFITS If its Western or Rugged and if its NEW you it FIRST at WESTERN WESK GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE Power machines will be put Creek ganger to use for work at the A new electric motor has been purchased for pumping water to the Wayne Lee has been em ployed as Carol Shaw will again be at the clubhouse for catering to President Joseph McLean re ports membership fees are Junior Forest Wardens Il1 will be eligible to TT the raceoff for trophies I will commence at 2 Members and guests are Smith dies LAKE Utah Beer vote set Winners were Lynne Desch Rod Evelyn TABER HNS The ques tion of a licensed lounge in the civic centre clubroom of the local golf and curling clubs will be settled by the public by way of a plebiscite to be held in conjunction with an election for town councillor April Representing the executives of both Honald Col golf club pre sented the request for plebi scite to the town If the lounge could be in use at the beginning of the golfing The plebiscite was found nec essary when the council was split down Ihe middle on three to three vote which failed to have a clear one seat on council being Bennie retires IRON SPRINGS HNS and Howard Haney entertained at their home dur ing the weekend in compliment to and Tom Bennie of Picture Bennie has served manager of the Bank of Nova Scotia at Picture Upon his retirement they will leave for White More district on page 12 now on sale with family memIIurn former lead bership set at couples i of the LDS Church in south and singles H died here after a April 4 event native of i IT moved to Raymond in 1914 BLAIRMORE fCNP teach He helped Christianity 1971 will f me the legislation in Ed up with a festive evening April r mton which first licensed 4 to be sponsored by the practitioners in The event will wind up the series of eight meetings held for the past two Badminton Second and third degree tiations will be held in the IARDSTON HNS The Polish start1 f LDS Church First ing at 2 March Wrd Badminton Club entered Pincher Creek Knights categories in the recent the trophy at the Knights Stake Badminton Tour trict spiel at Fort They were successful The Catonio rink from the loj n taking home the eight tro cal Knights took Mission study IRON SPRINGS HNS1 The Iron Springs Sunshine Spreaders CGIT under the supervision of Craig recently concluded mission study on the contrast of the A carnival used Brazil Trinidad as The val featured foods of these Prisoner escapes TABER HNS A charge of escaping lawful custody wat one of the six Criminal Cod cases successfully prosecuted in Taber police court during The charged with threatening persona injury to members of his was al lowed out of the cells to make a phone While making the hi jumped over the complain desk and only to bo picked up later on the hospi tal There were 26 conviction under the Highway Traffic Act a number of these for entering Highway 3 from places south of Hie highway an improper Reccn charges have been a to this unsafe driving practice said police chief Gordon II Sfew dinner PINCHER CREEK Special The Mountaineer Snowmo bile Club will hold its annua1 Stew Dinner March 28 at thr Laura Tracy Jesse Glenys Dennis Brenda Roy Lynn and Morris Connie Hazel and Phil Woolfe of the Moun tain View The winners will take part In the regional tournament to be held at Calgary March Western dauce sel by Napi for April 2 PINCHER CREEK HNS The Napi Friendship Associa tions annual Indian and west ern dance will be held at the Twin Butte Hall April from 9 to 1 The sound of drams and In dian by local perform ers from the Peigan will form the background for some of the native dances by participants in full lOMETBX We ex In male reducin cause B insideo you ge deduct savings c nows taxes I make sure COMPLETE RETURNS accurate preparation of every tax iy thatcott you any penalty or pay that penalty cr Canadas Largest Tat Service Wilh Over 5000 Olfices in North America 815 THIRD SOUTH 99 95 Phone 3273712 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY COALDALE LUMBER PRODUCTS Don Hamilton John Sowatsky Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Resident Blairmore Phone 5622149 These Are The Lethbridge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area STIRLING RUTH ZAUGG Delivery GIBB Box 5187 TYRELLS LAKE MARY HAMLING Box Wrentham WARNER PEARL LIEBEIT General Delivery Contact these people for your District or Classified Advertising I I 1 I I I I 1 PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL APRIL 10th I I I CIU PAINT Gallons and Quarts TRUTONE WHITE 900 SAVE Sale EXAMPLES OF THE SAVINGS CIITONE SEMIGLOSS SAVE 98 Sale CILUX SUPER GLOSS SAVE Sale FEATURE SOFTREAD VINYL 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