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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March 1971 1HI LHHIRIDGI HERALD 3 Folk singing delights Bourret CARDSTON IINS Shir ley Johnson of Magrath re ceived 88 twice in the speech 15 and lireen Cahoon of Cardston earned 88 with her vocal 15 in the Cardston music festival Paul Bourret of adjudicator for the vocal sec tion of the was de lighted with the folk He said he would like to see some of them entered in the provincial Souzann McMillan of adjudicator for was pleased vyith the very high standard in those Wednesdays results follow UNITED CHURCH HALL DRAMATIC POETRY 9 years Duane W Joanne 11 years Carolyn Rlne and Snerl n W Coleen Bearer and arma 15 years Ltnda Boyer and Tamara Gerald S4 15 years Shirley 88 Terry ills and Tom 8S iLBERTA POETRY 131S years Sandy Knobllck 78 YftIC POETRY 13 years Laurel 17 Roger Carolyn Diane 6 7 years Gerald Hartley and Zee 83 Dana Gibb and Tamara 9 years Joanne 84 Shauna Natder and Dusne 81 It yearsCarol 84 Carol ohnson and Lily Gay 83 15 years Shirley 8S Terry Pitts and Tom 85 IS yearsShirley 84 Roger Nancy Nelson and Kim Chris SOCIAL CENTRE CHAPEL GIRLS VOCAL SOLO MOUNTIE POSTED Barry Lynn son of and Leith of has completed RCMP recruit training at Regina and is helng trans ferred for duty to British He joined the force in Irrigation Equipment SPECIAL Vt 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 We use the best ALCAN aluminum Major Irrigation 2125 2nd Avenue South PHONES 87 yearsLisa 84 Christine 63 10 years Llnttzl 83 Mer ene 82 11 Karren 85 Melisa SOYS VOCAL SOLO 67 years Kim Van 89 years Dal 83 Curtis 81 10 years Darcy 11 years 83 Paul 81 12 years Robert Gavin I 8 I 911 years Jack 64 SIRLS VOCAL SOLO Coal waste lumping OK Passwords sought NATAL i HNS Fording Coal has applied to the pollu tion control hoard for permis sion to discharge from its coal processing plant at Fording River to a tailing pond ml improvements are being government QuaWied objectors have up done by local residents to their branch and the to 30 days to lodge a without first obtaining Total cost of the project is The Fording application is pe mils from the town j about i of two being considered for The channel of the rher will possible protest by the Region be lowered by about three feet al District of East when all the bars are j RDEK has a firm of con remov river channel throughout the enure length of the town CNP Bureau done on an equally j shaied basis bv the provincial government atcr resources I Permits needed liepoiLs rented at council I indicate renovations Council has advised it is nec i essary to first obtain a permit before any renovation or demolition of buildings is FIGURE SKATERS WIN AWARDS Pincher Creek Is proud of its classy figure skaters and rightly Happy awardwinners gathered back from left Cathy Darryl Bonnie Dorothy Smith and Diane Front row Maureen Kelly Pelrone and Debbie Margaret tunn Photo Nab dogs i GIRLS VOCAL SOLO 12 Paula S3 Andrea i rv O TO oyBitiii 15 years Loreen Bonnie costs pile up 6 911 years Lily Gay 1214 years Laurel 50 ammy 79 1517 Open Narda Hlnman and Aartha Debra Hartley and oreen GIRLS FOLK SONG 17 Lori Smith and Wendy 3e bra etaosihnrd 87 Narda Hinman and Debra B6 BOYS FOLK SONG 17 years Robert 81 FOLK SONG Open Debra 86 Joyce Ballad Modern 16 years Narda 84 Lor Smith and Jonnie 63 Ballad Modern Idiom open Cheryl 86 Debra Martha Keeler and Joyce Webster 85 ITALIAN ART SO NO Open Martha 83 TABER HNS Tabers sewage treatment system and the new recreation complex were the whipping boys at the annual ratepayers meeting when the towns unsatisfactory cash as noted in the municipal inspectors was Short term borrowing at yearend amounted to about Turin Library ends 20 TURIN HNS The Tinin Community Library is a thing of the Twenty years through the instigation of the staff at Victor Mayer appointed police chief COALDALE HNS Vic tor Mayer of Swift Current was recently appointed police chief for the Mayer is expected to ar rive in Councillor Hans on the informed council Canada Man Power had assisted in obtaining The new chief was a former HCMP member and has 18 years experience in The commission had indi cated interest in locating an in dividual with an RCMP back service he Turin a Community Library was formed Pub ic donations were matched by a government Since there were no funds for a library the books were housed in the The books owned by the Turin Community Library have now been donated to the Turin School Books not suited for elemen tary pupils have been donated to the Picture Butte High School Funds on hand will be spent for books in the Turin School Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING yernon Resident Blalrmora Phone 5622149 91st birthday celebrated by Zobell RAYMOND IINS Walter Zobell of Raymond marked her 91st birthday anni versary recently at the family Zobell came to Ray mond as a young woman from England in the year She married Walter Zobell deceased for some years and they engaged in mak ing their home in town For the anniversary all four sons and three daughters were The attended by more than 100 was the longest in Adjournment called after three hours in The government enforced sewage disposal sjstem cost the town a halfmillion dol lars when phase 3 is com pleted this With the towns capital bor rowing power of 50 per capita per annum used up last year on the recreation temporary borrowing was nec essary to finance phase 2 of the treatment system anaerobic and other Since Dec debentures have been sold and taxes re ceived to reduce the shortterm indebtedness to but phase 3 of the system com prising pipe lines and irrigation including purchase of farm land for the use of irriga tion will have to be fi nanced temporarily until furth er debentures can be sold next The cost of this system In cluding is about above initial The cost of the community centre was about above the initial esti mate of for which funds were available and 000 of this deficit was paid out of 1970 Plans are that annual payments of from to will pay off the ac count in a few years The hospital board has al ready indicated an increase ol about mills above the mills levied last Jauisewski wiiis medal and trophy PINCHER CREEK Special The Pincher Creek Figure Skating Club held its club com petition here recently with three separate events coming under the watchful eyes of iudges from Blairmore and In the A event the gold medal and donated by Thornton and was award ed to Diane Dorothy Smith and Patty Pelrone took the silver and bronze medals B event winners were Bonnie gold medal and trophy donaetd by Pincher Creek Electronics Darryl silver medal and Cathy bronze Kelly Petrone captured the C event gold medal and tro phy awarded by the local fig ure skating Maureen Williams won the silver medal and Debbie Minion the bronze BLAlItMOItE CNP Bureau Numerous complaints of dogs running at large in town spurred council to take to enforce the town hi law Dogcatchci1 Jim Turner has i from i suitants exarmng ap Requisition dips as well as a similar one from Kaiser BLAIRMORE Bureau Kaiser application seeks permission to set up a reset tling pond as well as locate a waste Fordmgs application been gnen an assistant the toun crew to aid In enj j foi cing the provisions of the j bylaw Dogs running ar large wearj ing a collar bearing a current i dog tag nil Ive picked up and impounded and the owner noti fied Dogs running at large with out a tag will be Dredging halts BUIRMORE CNP Bureau Town foreman John Gihos reported recently dredging woik in the channel of the Crowsnest Rner by Drain Contractors has been tempo rarily suspended due to frost and heavy ice The work will resume as soon as The project of dredging the Council received the school foundation requisition in the amount of a slight de crease from last Council also received a syn1 opsis of the pieunuve social service budget for 1971 which calls for or a per capita charge of about 63 3 F1HST British Columbias first com mercial oil well was brought into production near Fort in the Peace River dis in approval to dump gal lons per day of liquid coal waste into a pond just below the plant site Average 24hour discharge is estimated at The application seeks ap proval for emergency overflow into Fording River but notes that no discharge from the other than for recycling is planned except In case of CLOSE TO IDEAL The shorthorn is the largest ot all beef cattle and is close to ttie ideal beef More district on page 18 Call tenders for sidewalk construction COALDALE HNS Call for tenders mil be made for mixed concrete for the 1971 sidewalk The town crews will con shuct the The pub lic works budget allots Several blocks of sidewalks will be installed in 24th a newly developed OPEN SATURDAY Dont get f behind the 8ball on your TAPESME JCQC MUSICLAND 13th anri 3rd INCOME TM 5 STOP and Is it worth the work and worry to struggle your tax re turn when we handle it quickly ot low cost Ths TAX SAVINGS we discov er often pay 8s SMART Thisyear try H R GUARANTEED We guarantee oecurati preparation or every tax If we make cry crrori that colt you Any penalty or we will pay that penalty er Canada larnesl Tax Service With Over 5000 Oflices in North imericl 815 THIRD SOUTH 99 93 Phone 3273712 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY I SPRINGTIME SPECIALS CHISELS and SWEEPS Fii All IH Chisel Plows 2 INCH REVERSIBLE flK JlU 16 i i 3 Ea 18 x Rcq SIMILAR SAVINGS ON OTHER SIZES INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 Stafford Lelhbridge Phone 3273125 home for the day and many of the the 27 grandchildren and 27 great Zobell enjoys There are few people with the cheerful outlook on life she still Miss Karaz honored TURIN HNS A com munity bridal shower was held in the Turin School auditorium recently to honor Miss Eliza beth Miss Ivy Nununi and Miss Dorothy Chapman were in charge of The bridetobe was present good i ed with her gifts by Lee 1 Elaine Assisting the bride at the gift table were Miss Lois Binder and Miss ATTENTION FARMERS MILK RIVER GRAIN IS NOW CONTRACTING Rape Seed And Mustard Seed DELIVERY OF YOUR CROP FROM THE FULL CASH PAYMENT ON DELIVERY TO LETHBRIDGE OR MILK Certified planting seed supplied ot a nominal Con bs purchased on on ovor delivery quota bosii ot your elevator LIMITED ACREAGE Call Our Office Immediately In MILK RIVER6473510 OR In LETHBRIDGE at COLLEGE MALL 3286224 ANNUAL MENS SHOP 1C fjfo bprmgbhcc Shoe Sale Of The Year for Men Commencing 9 Sharp Better be here early to toko advantage of the many great buys on broken and discon tinued lines of quality brand name shoei AND BARKER to SPRING PAIR 24 BAKKEK NOVAS AND SHOES Regular to SPRJNG PAIR i GROUP ASSORTED SHOES PAIR ONIY 0 PACKARD SUPPERS Scqular o PAIR ONIV ALL SALES CASH AND FINALI OPEN TIU THURSOAYI MENS SHOP on FOURTH AVENUE ;