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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, March 26, 1973 THE LBHBPIDGE HERALD 3 Agri society P. Suite's goal IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Iron Springs Uniterm or- ganization met recently in Ilio Hur.tsville School auditorium with 25 members attending. President John Zeinstra pre- sided. Directors' reports tor District 14 were submitted. Four lots sold TABER (HNS) The sale by lease agreement of four res- idential building lots was ap- proved by town council. Purchasers are Don Wind- rum, mobile home park for K and D construction Keith and Sharon Jones, on 57lh St. north of Mlh Ave. for each serviced, and Holgcr Jitst, on 60th Ave. (golf course) for serviced. Council also approved a busi- ness licence for Joe Orban, Jr. to operate the JCST Sporting Goods store here. More district news, Page 9 Discussion took place ng the formation ot an agri- ultural society tor Picture Butte. Plans were made to apply to he provincial government for i grant to be used for he building ot facilities for rear-round use by the people of .lie community. J. J. Saxsmith of Ihe Lcth- bridge Research Station spoke on chemicals and herbicides in regard lo sugar beets and ce- real crops. Dobson Lee, UnifErir pres- ident, will speak at Hie next meeting. Casli awards lo continue TABER (HNS) awards for top students in the Taber school division will con- tinue. With the discontinuation of govern- ment examinations, awards will be based on local marks. An award of ?50 goes to stu- denls reaching an average of 80 psr cent in live matricula- tion subjects, and to those above 75 and less than 80 per 'Pass public works crews aided by good weather NATAL (HNS) District of Sparwood council heard fore- man Avelino Cimolini report that because of the favorable winter conditions ttu's year, a number of extra projects had been undertaken by the public works crew. These included maintenance of steps leading from the school grounds to Red Cedar Drive; removal ot snow from the commercial area; flushing of sewers, painting of the new municipal shops; completion of pond facilities; repairs to mu- nicipal works and equipment and the burning of brush. He also reported that runoff water from the resloped banks at the Highway 3 bypass was causing problems at Studio 100, at Ihc row housing and below. Council decided to have a com- Cesanne paintings discussed WARNER (HNS) The Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi of Warner met for its regular .meeting at the home of Mrs. Tom Enns. Mrs. Judy 0 Neil of Wren- thani related the history of the great master, Cezanne, and showed some of his impression- ist and cubist paintings. Illustrations were shown to demonstrate the different eiass- mittee meet with the depart- ment ot highways to study the situation. A letter was received from Crowsnest Industries Liiniled in regard to a proposed airport along with approvals from the department of highways for accesses to the site. The matter was turned over to committee for further action. Fire Chief Laddie Beranek reported to council that the volunteer firemen had been called out to two trailer fires in the area during February. He reported firemen had re ceived instruction in the use of oxygen kits and a fracture board acquired for the ambu- lance. Aid. Reg Taylor reported on meetings with school Irustees in regard lo safety of young- sters entering Bed Cedar Drive from the school. He recom- mended better warning signs in the area. Mr. Taylor also indicated t h a t the matter is subject lo further meetings be twcen his committee and the committee of the school board. Council gave formal approv- al to the ambulance society for the operation of the Sparwood ambulance and formal author- ity for the Spanvood Volunteer 'Excellent service1 Alf Phillips, left, secretary of Ihe Coleman Fish and Game Association, is surprised lo receive a gift for "ex- cellent service" and a trophy for selling the most club memberships. Making the presentations is Alberta FisK and Wildlife officer Terry Wendiand of Pincher Creek. cs of painting, the elements of design in a picture, rhythm and balance. Film strips were shown of a number of artists and their paintings. The March social was a "hus- band and wile" Fondue party al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lagler. The sorority will hold an old- timer's tea at Warner Satur- day, April 14. Mrs. Gladys Woitte is now in charge of publicity. Fire Brigade to operate the ambulance. Aid. Taylor reported on a meeting of representatives from Fernic and F.lkford along with Sparwood in which a mut ual assistance agreement was reached for Ihe use of the am hulance facilities in each area The agreement is that if oni t the communities is withou mbulance service because 1L mbulance is on a trip olhe ommunities will stand by t iclp. Mifei the CluresJiolin. crow Milzi has been behaving herself for the past year or two. Paroled after a conviction for dangerous flying at Claresholm, Mitzi has been laying low, or is that lying low? Now she turns up at the Claresholm Airport, three miles from town, and her behavior is as bad as ever. She likes to sit on cars in motion and look at children through the rear window. If the car isn't going fast enough, Mitzi will fly alongside and even enter the vehicle ihrough the window. If she doesn't oul, Mitzi will be back in the coop. Town of Coaldale NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that a Meet- ing of the Electors of the Town of Coaldale will be held in the Sporlsplex on Wednesday, Ihe 28th day of March, 1973, ot o'clock P.M., for the discussion of Municipal Affairs for the year ending December thirty-first, 1972. LDS society women show- spring dresses RAYMOND (HNS) print dresses gave a look o springtime at the annual fou LDS wards Relief Society an niversary birthday party. Each year this anniversary event is marked with a print dress ball. Supper is served and a variety program precedes the evening of dancing for all mem- bers of the Relief Society, their friends and partners. ICs my move Andy Hartfelder of Claresholm studios positions on the chess board in a game al the Claresholin Drop-In Centre operated by Preventive Social Services. The Centre is the former Nazarene Church, purchased by the town for the new role. You'll purr with pleasure at the satisfaction you'll receive at. 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