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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta JVorby hits equipment purchase ctAP Town would borrow Roundup of District News 1 By PAUL ANDERSON Herald Xtus Sen ire CLARESHOLM Town council has introduced but not passed bylaws to borrow and for construc tion of curb and gut ters to purchase heavy equip ment such as diggers and load ers and for general street im Councillor Floyd Norby op I posed the purchase of more equal payments over a 20year period or less as comicil vould Council also gave first read ing to a bylaw to set a policy The payments are expected of payment of frontage taxes i to be about 72 cents a front on residential The j foot in the new town would assume 50 per cent or Patterson made a mo of costs at the time of installai tion to have the secretary pre tion of service lines on water j pare a bylaw banning horses and The property owner from within the limits of the j would pay the other 50 per cent town as a result of either in a lump sum or in i It was Miss Janet Handing honored ETZKOM HNS streamers and shower decora tions were the background in the Foremost Community Hall when Miss Janet Hamling was honored with a Several games were played with each hostess in Assisting in the unwrapping was Miss Bonnie Hamling while Miss Karon Hamling re corded and Miss Glenda Ham ling displayed the All girls are sisters of the brideto The shower was sponsored by Poetry performance wins liigh praise at festival CARDSTON HNS highest mark of the Cardstorii Music festival to date made when Debra Hartley of Cardston received a 90mark in dramatic 1 years A crowd was present in the evening to watch the musical theatre and chorus Paul Bourret of was disappointed there were not more school choruses in the He said the people were entitled to these as they are in the cir The only school chorus en tered was Annie Dawsons Grade 2 class of the Leeside It received a mark of A voice teacher in Card ston Myra Humphreys entered two junior They pleased the audience by their Bourret commended the Dale Tagg family following their family musical produc Tagg has been the accompanist for several contes tants as well as being present to give moral support to her many piano He said the community was fortunate to have such a woman in its STAKE CULTURAL HALL Following are Thursdays results DRAMATIC POETRY 17 years Dehra 90 Chris tat 87 LYRIC POETRY 17 years Debra Hartley and Melanl 87 Harda SOLO MIME 16 YEARS Dana 84 Duane Palmer 83 GROUP SCENES 12 years Lydla Greq Gary Debra Jones Lance Bev Brian Parn Patty BO Chuck Reva Dianna Shane Brian Lori SOLO MIMES Narda 84 STORY TELLING 9 years Shaunna 81 11 years Lily Gay 82 13 year Dianne 85 Laurel open Debra DRAMATIC POETRY 13 years Maria Dsna Roger Hohm Dianne Keel COME TO ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS GRAND OPENING NEW STORE 476 6 Thursday FREE GIFT PRIZES SOLO SCENE 12 years Dana E5 Scott 83 IS years Chrislal Narda 15 years Tom Sharl SHAKESPEARE 18 years Narda 85 Chris lal 81 SOCIAL CENTRE CHAPEL SCHOOL CHORUS Grade 2 Annie Lee Grade 2 Tamara 65 Pamela Grade 3 Margie 88 Floretl Lori Chris tine Spackman 65 Grade 4 Lisa 81 Grade 5 Ltndzi 82 Ter cna 81 Gradr 6 Lily Gay 85 Shirley BOYS VOCAL SOLO Grade 1 Gerald 81 Tod Grade 4 Jim Gracte 5 Darcy 83 Kendall GIRLS FOLK SONG 11 years Lily Gay 83 Llndu 14 years Laurel 84 Cheryl 82 SOYS FOLK SONO 11 years Jim 86 Paul 14 years BOYS VOCAL SOLO Grade 7 Robert 84 Garvin Hamilton Grade 8 Blair 81 Grade 6 Paul 83 Jack GIRLS VOCAL SOLO Grade B Laurel 80 Grade 7 Andrea S3 Wendy 81 Grade Delani 81 Jes solyn 80 Grade 12 Debra B6 Narda VOCAL DUET Open Nancy Williams end Laurel STAKE CULTURAL HALL JUNIOR CHORUS Special Myra conduc two Musical Theatre Solo 12 years Paul 86 Robert 85 16 years Narda Hinman 85 Delani Teresa FEMALE CHORUS Open Myra Humph FOLK SONG CHORUS Open Myra Humph reys If MUSICAL PRODUCTION 16 years 88 12 years Lori Wendy and Lori Pool fluid over BLAIEMORE CNP Bureau Bonnie recreation di has announced the Crowsnest Pass Community Swimming Pool Fund has now reached Numerous large donations have been given to the fund by various industries and groups in the area and a number of other donations have been in the hostesses who presented Miss Hamling with an electric frying pan and a set of pyrex A beautiful bouquet of flow ers graced the head table at Seated along with her sisters and the were her mother Les Em Hamling and the pros pective grooms mother Pius Thekla Another shower was held in the Etzikom Community Hall to honor Miss Mistress of ceremonies was Dave Carol Assisting the bridetobe in the unwrapping was Miss Ail een while Lee re corded the gifts and Clif ford Barbara Traxler dis played A brides made and decorated by Mary Eck graced the head The cake was decorated with silver horse shoes and doves with the words Much Happi ness1 inscribed on top and topped with an ornament of two white doves holding a ring under a miniature The background for Uie table at lunch time were two large silver hearts trimmed with lace and the word Happiness1 writ ten across Seated at the head table was the guest of her mother the prospective grooms mother Lee and Miss Jurkat Decor at the guest tables were rose Lunch was served by the hostesses who also sponsored the Miss Hamling was honored in the Hoping Community Cen Mistress of ceremonies for the occasion was the president of the Catholic Womens League who introduced Miss Hamling to the guests and pre sented her with her A lovely decorated table cloth from the CWL members was signed by each guest at the Assisting the bridetobe in the unwrapping was her little sister Miss Bonnie Hamling while sister Miss Karon Ham I ling Sister Miss Glenda Hamling displajed the After graciously thanking the guests for her lovely a delicious lunch was served by members of the Catholic Wo mens FOUR SIDED CLOCK The Bank of Montreal is win ning friends at Claresholm with its new foursided elec tric It replaces the two sided clock removed about three years Bylaw passed STIRLLNG HNS The de velopment control bjlaw has been passed with the Oldman River Planning Commission court of a proun dian music by peiformers from the wuh a rer H pres Western dance PIXCHER LREEK Special meeting as an advisoryboard Thp Nlpl to town council so it can best atjons annual Indian and west guide development of the town ern dame event mil be held at in respect 10 future residences the Twin Buue Hall and businesses April stalling at 9 pm Town council also held a The sound of drums and In tre P2an Reserxe will form sueualk cafe bm Aground for of he adding e tu trie cuUnful dances In gram in the mblv pmucipants in full costume Waid Relief is welcome 10 at piesidcrt Mrs Gordon tcnd welcomed the Hold anniversary MAGHATH iHNSj The Magrath Relief Societies cele brated the 129th of Ranchers win cooperation CRANBROOK Special I mals their freedom and two plication bv Peckhams Lake The department of lands has i were killed in motor vehicle Grazing Association to its high told the Cranbrook Fanners j accidents en the Institute that in future it will notify the Institute if it plans residential development that could affect grazing The Institute recently pro tested residential development on rangeland in the Six Mile crossing area of the Cranbrook Kimerley Fence removed allowed ani ways department application Application to the crown by or additional cattleguards on Pat Pedersen of Xelson for a roads leading to increasingly parcel for residential busy Highway 93 between Irrigation ditch solution sought SPRINGTIME SPECIALS CHISELS and SWEEPS Fit All IH Chisel Plows purpose on the old Wycliffe Road was consideied and no objeoiion raised at the Insti tutes March Two new Institute members vveie and Mrs Jack Rardm of Ore who have bought and this month are moving into the former Frank Hill ranch neai Wardner and Fort Former president V c r n o n I Casselman spoke at the meet on the recent grass roots Meeting April 8 BLAIItMORC Bui Bob S m i t h has an nounced the board meeting of the pastoral cliarge of the United Church of Carada will be hold in Blairmore United Church n f m Apnl t Smith also advised lint the Sacrament of Holy Com munion will be celebrated Palm April in Pass United Churches at the morning wor ship sei vices Card winners ETZIKOM HNS At thn project session at Kamloops wnist games plaved in the dealing with efficient multiple j fcom narr and of land Tony Kriel took flints with lows t going to Dot Hobbs and SERVICE rtOAIi Harold COALDALE The In llle Dndge Mrs I Fort and Doris j town purchase land adja1 Vclma Rumple and Pius Ehnes Riddell who ranches at B u 11 i cenf 0 Highway 3 at the west captured place with con 1 River i o own to provide a scrj solations going to Mrs ROM Institute support is given I Burger and Henry COALDALE HNS Town policy recently established is that there be no further devel opment on the Lowen subdivi sion on the east side of town until the irrigation ditch is re New bridge is nearly completed SENTINEL CNP Provincial government bridge working under supervis or Len have almost completed work on installing the new prefabricated girder bridge over the Crowsnest River just east of Crowsnest The new bridge is consider ably wider than the former structure and removes a road hazard in the A second new bridge is to be built over Allison about one mile east of the new bridge over the Crowsnest This bridge will also be consider ably wider than its predeces Work has already started on this structure that will also be constructed of prefabricated Most of the ground work and hauling is being done by Drain Contracting and Aebli Contrac tors of The firm developing the sub the owner and the con sulting engineers have discuss ed Uie importance of having the ditch The ditch must be relocated to provide farmers north of town with irrigation A meeting with the developer and council is being arranged to discuss 50 FOOT LOTS Council is prepared to con sider the request made by Hen ry Homes Construction of Lethbridge for 12 50foot lots In its motion council said it would consider amending the town zoning bjlaw to provide for a special zoning bylaw to accommodate low cost housing Council will request the defi nition of low cost housing from the firm making the request for the narrower Town policy is 60foot lots as the minimum in all new sub The final delegation was from the Calgary Power Council came to the decision that it is prepared to pay for onehalf of the cost of temporary voltage equipment installed by the firm at the Sportsplex Council contends it was given to understand the cost would be borne by the Council also feels the franchise agreement with the town and the power firm means the capital costs are the responsibility of those supplying the The town pays for the power WHY WEIGHT Dont put it off another day TODAY IS THE DAY TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT YOUR FUTURE WITH Canadian Womens Figure and Reducing Clinics SIX STEP METHOD HOHUM ITS SPRING Little daughter of and Vern Decoux of seems to have been either just plain tuckered out or hit by o good dose of spring Father caught his daughter napping on the living room floor and just could not resist the temptation to make a photograph and capture the Cranbrook plant on 24hour shift 2 INCH REVERSIBLE 16 x 18x 3 Spec 2 SIMILAR SAVINGS ON OTHER INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 Stafford Lethbridge Phone 3273125 OiANPROOK Special i Night fhifl lias been added at I Creslbrook Forcst Industries Cranbrook bringing plant production up to 24 hours a The new plant at the north end of the Industrial Park went into operation last going into afternoon shift pro duction later as runin phase was Modesl maikct improvement i which started in January con Si inncd through lo early March here it is currently levelling i and r a i n g of car fhortacr has warranted Uie third Similar third shift extension is planned toward early April at CFIs twin new plant at Canal Additional sawmill shift at along wilh nddilion a planer lonm has I added 0 to 25 I ging has j cl been closed I down for spring runoff woods The management present yard log inventory forj its close utilization practices will insure threeshift opera tions through the closure which sometimes last through PROGRESSING COALDALE HXSI Coun cillor LeRon Low told council construction work on tile new sewer lagoon and disposal sjs tcm is progressing It is if per cent 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 We use the belt AlCAN aluminum Major Irrigation 2125 2nd Avenue South PHONES ATTENTION Picture Butfe and Area CIRCLE WOOD PRODUCTS NOW For And All Your Cabinet Needs APPLY 852 CRESCENT or PHONE 7324777 Step 1 Reduce Flabby upper arms Step 1 Firm and develop Bust line Step 3 Reduce Waist Lin8 Step 5 Firm and Trim Bulging Thighs Step 6 lose 6 and 6 inches in 6 visits INCHES POUNDS TENSION FATIGUE LOSE THEM ALL IN ONLY 60 TO 90 DAYS Conibinina 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