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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Norby hits equipment purchase Town would borrow $42J500 By PAUL ANDERSON Herald News Service CLARESHOLM - Town council has introduced but not passed bylaws to borrow $8,000, 123,000 and $11,500 for construction of sidewalks, curb and gutters; to purchase heavy equipment such as diggers and loaders and for general street improvement. Councillor Floyd Norby op- posed the purchase of more equipment. Council also gave first reading to a bylaw to set a policy of payment of frontage taxes on residential property. The town would assume SO per cent of costs at the time of installation of service lines, on water and sewer. The property owner would pay the other SO per cent either,in a lump sum or in equal payments over a 20-year period or less as council would determine. The payments are expected to be about 72 cents a front foot in the new sub-divisions. Mayor Patterson made a motion to have the secretary prepare a bylaw banning horses from within the limits of the town as a result of complaints. It was defeated. Miss Janet Hamling honored ETZKOM (HNS) - Bells, streamers and shower decorations were the background in the Foremost Community Hall when Miss Janet Hamling was honored with a shower. Several games were played with each hostess in charge. Assisting in the unwrapping was Miss Bonnie Hamling while Miss Karon Hamling recorded and Miss Glenda Hamling displayed the gifts. All girls are sisters of the bride-to-be. The shower was sponsored by Poetry performance wins high praise at festival CARDSTON (HNS) - The highest mark of the Cardston Music festival to date was made when Debra Hartley of Cardston received a 90-mark in dramatic poetry, 17 years class. A crowd was present in the evening to watch the musical theatre and chorus classes. Paul Bourret of Edmonton, adjudicator, was disappointed there were not more school choruses in the festival. He said the people were entitled to these as they are in the cir-riculum. The only school chorus entered was Mrs. Annie Dawson's Grade 2 class of the Leeside School. It received a mark of 85. 4L voice teacher in Cardston - Mrs. Myra Humphreys entered two junior choruses. They pleased the audience by their performance. Mr. Bourret commended the Dale Tagg family following their family musical production. Mrs. Tagg has been the accompanist for several contestants as well as being present to give moral support to her many piano students. He said the community was fortunate to have such a woman in its midst. STAKE CULTURAL HALL Following are Thursday's results: DRAMATIC POETRY 17 years: Debra Hartley, M; Chrls-tal Harker, 87. LYRIC POETRY 17 years: Debra Hartley and Melanl Calbraith, (7 (tied); Narda Hlnman, SOLO MIME 16 YEARS: Dana Galbralth, S4 Duana Palmer 83. OROUP SCENES 12 years: Lydla Berry, Greg Meyer, Gary Zemp, Debra Jones Lance Sevens, Brian Eakett, Pam Hunter, Patty Richards, 80; Chuck Swenson. Reva Stanford, Dlanna Orr, Shane Phillips, Brian Eakett, Lorl Hlnman, 78. SOLO MIMES Open: Narda Hlnman, 84. STORY TILLING 9 years: Shaunna Nalder, 81. 11. years: Lily Gay Steed, 82. 13 years: Dlanne Keeler, 85; Laurel Hartley, 84. Open: Debra Hartley, 88. DRAMATIC POETRY 13 years: Maria Snow, 88; Dana Galbralth, Roger Hohm Dlanne Keeler, 87, (tied). COME TO ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS GRAND OPENING NEW STORE - 426 6 St. S. 9:30 a.m. Thursday FREE GIFT - PRIZES SOLO SCENE 12 years: Dana Galbralth, 85; Scott Robinson, 83. IS years: Chrlstal Harker, 15; Narda Hlnman, 84. 15 years: Tom Carter, 85; S h a r I Hohm, 83. SHAKESPEARE 18 years: Narda Hlnman, S5; Chrlstal Harker, 84. SOCIAL CENTRI CHAPEL SCHOOL CHORUS Grade 2: Mr*. Annie Dawson, Leeside School, 85. GIRLS VOCAL SOLOt Grade 2: Tamara Tagg, 15; Pamela Cameron, 82. Grade 3: Margie Low, (8; Florell Montemayor, Lorl Humphreys, Christine Spackman 85. Grade 4: Lisa Matkln, 81 (second). Grade 5: Llndzi Spackman, 82; Ter-ena French, 81. Grade 6: Lily Gay Steed. 15; Shirley Low, 82. BOYS VOCAL SOLO Grade 1: Gerald Hartley, SI; Tod Nellson, 80. Grade 4: Jim Ferguson, 82. Grade 5: Darcy Tagg, 83; Kendall Cameron, (1. GIRLS FOLK SONO: 11 years: Lily Gay Steed. SI; Llndzi Spackman, 81. 14 years: Laurel Hartley. 84; Cheryl Russell, 82. BOYS FOLK SONO) 11 years: Jim Ferguson, 84; Paul Sloan, 84. 14 years: Blair Beswtek, 83. BOYS VOCAL SOLO: Grade 7: Robert Tagg, 84; Garvin Hamilton 80. Grade 8: Blair Beswlck, 81. Grade 6: Paul Sloan. 83; Jack Thomas, 82. GIRLS VOCAL SOLO Grade 8: Laurel Hartley, 80. Grade 7: Andrea Spackman, S3; Wendy Boyer, 81. Grade 9: Delanl Spackman, 81; Jes05 3.12 3.40 SIMILAR SAVINGS ON OTHER SIZES INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 Stafford Drive, Lethbridg* Phone 327-3125 the hostesses who presented Miss Hamling with an electric frying pan and a set of pyrex bowls. A beautiful bouquet of flowers graced the head table at lunchtime. Seated along with her sisters and the bride-to-be, were her mother Mrs. Les (Em) Hamling and the prospective groom's mother Mrs. Pius (Thekla) Ehnes. Another shower was held in the Etzikom Community Hall to honor Miss Hamling. Mistress of ceremonies was Mrs. Dave (Carol) Lee. Assisting the bride-to-be in the unwrapping was Miss Ail-een Jurkat while Mrs. Lee recorded the gifts and Mrs. Clifford (Barbara) Traxler displayed them. A bride's cake, made and decorated by Mrs. Mary Eok-strand, graced the head table. The cake was decorated with silver horse shoes and doves with the words "Much Happiness" inscribed on top and topped with an ornament of two white doves holding a ring under a miniature unbrella. The background for the table at lunch time were two large silver hearts trimmed with lace and the word "Happiness' written across them. Seated at the head table was the guest of honor, her mother Mrs. Hamling, the prospective groom's mother Mrs. Ehnes, Mrs. Lee and Miss Jurkat. Decor at the guest tables were rose bowls. Lunch was served by the hostesses who also sponsored the shower. Miss Hamling was honored in the Hoping Community Centre. Mistress of ceremonies for the occasion was the president of the Catholic Women's League who introduced Miss Hamling to the guests and pre sented her with her gifts. A lovely decorated table cloth from the CWL members was signed by each guest at the door. Assisting the bride-to-be in the unwrapping was her little sister Miss Bonnie Hamling while sister Miss Karon Hamling recorded. Sister Miss Glenda Hamling displayed the gifts. After graciously thanking the guests for her lovely gifts, a delicious lunch was served by members of the Catholic Women's League. FOUR  SIDED CLOCK - The Bank of Montreal is winning friends at Claresholm with its new four-sided electric clock. It replaces the two sided clock removed about three years ago. Bylaw passed STIRLING (HNS) - The development control bylaw has been passed with the Oldman River Planning Commission meeting as an advisory board to town council so it can best guide development of the town in respect to future residences and businesses. Town council also held a court of revision with a provincial government assessor present. Western dance PINCHER CREEK (Special) -The Napi Friendship Associa-ation's aiaiual Indian and western dance event will be held at the Twin Butte Hall Friday, April 2, starting at 9 p.m. The sound of drums and In- dian music by performers from the Peigan Reserve will form the background for some of ihe more colorful native dances by participants in full costume. Everyone is welcome to attend. Hold anniversary MAGRATH (HNS) - The Magrath Relief Societies celebrated the 129th anniversary of Ranchers win co-operation CRANBROOK (Special) -The department of lands has told the Cranbrook Farmers' Institute that in future it will notify the Institute if it plans residential development that could affect grazing areas. The Institute recently protested residential development on rangeland in the Six Mile crossing area of the Cranbrook Kimerley road. Fence removed allowed ani- Irrigation ditch solution sought mals their freedom and two were killed in motor vehicle accidents on the highway. Application to the crown by Pat Pedersen of Nelson for a crown parcel for residential purpose on the old Wycliffe Road was considered and no objection raised at the Institute's March meeting. Two new Institute members were accepted, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rardin of Oakridge, Ore., who have bought and this month are moving into the former Frank Hill ranch near Fort Steele, and Mrs. Doris Riddell who ranches at Bull River. Institute support is given ap- COALDALE (HNS) - Town policy recently established is that there be no further development on the Lowen subdivision (on the east side of town) until the irrigation ditch is removed. New bridge is nearly completed SENTINEL (CNP Bureau)- Provincial government bridge crews, working under supervisor Len Frayne, have almost completed work on installing the new prefabricated girder bridge over the Crowsnest River just east of Crowsnest Lake. The new bridge is considerably wider than the former structure and removes a road hazard in the area. A second new bridge is to be built over Allison Creek, about one mile east of the new bridge over the Crowsnest river. This bridge will also be considerably wider than its predecessor. Work has already started on this structure that will also be constructed of prefabricated materials. Most of the ground work and hauling is being done by Drain Contracting and Aebli Contractors of Blairmore. The firm developing the subdivision, the owner and the consulting engineers have discussed the importance of having the ditch removed. The ditch must'be relocated to provide farmers north of town with irrigation water. A meeting with the developer and council is being arranged to discuss costs. 50 FOOT LOTS Council is prepared to consider the request made by Henry Homes Construction Ltd. of Lethbridge for 12 50-foot lots. In its motion council said it would consider amending the town zoning bylaw to provide for a special zoning bylaw to accommodate low cost housing only. Council will request the definition of low cost housing from the firm making the request for the narrower lots. Town policy is 60-foot lots as the minimum in all new subdivisions. The final delegation was from the Calgary Power company. Council came to the decision that it is prepared to pay for one-half ($200) of the cost of temporary voltage equipment installed by the firm at the Sportsplex site. Council contends it was given to understand the cost would be borne by the firm. Council also feels the franchise agreement with the town and the power firm means the capital costs are the responsibility of those supplying the power. The town pays for the power consumed. HO-HUM IT'S SPRING - Little Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Decoux of Blairmore, seems to have been either "just plain tuckered out" or hit by a "good dose of spring fever." Father caught his daughter napping on the living room floor and just could not resist the temptation to make a photograph and capture the expression. Cranbrook plant on 24-hour shift CRANBROOK (Special) -Night shift has been added at Crestbrook Forest Industries Ltd. Cranbrook plant, bringing plant production up to 24 hours a day. The new plant at the north end of the Industrial Park went into operation last summer, going into afternoon shift production later as run-in phase was completed. Modest market improvement which started in January continued through to early March where it is currently levelling and easing of railway car shortage has warranted the third shift. Similar third shift extension is planned toward early April at CFI's twin new plant at Canal Flat. Additional sawmill shift at Cranbrook, along with additional planer re-run shift, has added 20 to 25 employees. Logging has not yet been closed down for spring runoff woods closure. The management reports present yard log inventory for its close utilization practices will insure three-shift operations through the closure which sometimes last through May. PROGRESSING COALDALE (HNS) - Councillor LeRon Low told council construction work on the new sewer lagoon and disposal system is progressing well. It is 60 per cent completed. Irrigation Equipment SPECIAL V2 Mile 4" x 40' USED LATERAL LINE WITH END RISERS AND MAJOR COUPLERS Vary geod condition. PRICED TO SELL $1,198.00 GOOD USED MAINLINE ALSO AVAILABLE AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES W� um the best ALCAN aluminum tubing. Major Irrigation Co. 2125 2nd Avenue South PHONES 327-5455, 327.5525 ATTENTION! Picture Butte and Area CIRCLE WOOD PRODUCTS NOW ... For Windows, Doors, And All Your Cabinet Needs APPLY 852 CRESCENT AVE. or PHONE 732-4777 plication by Peckham's Lake Grazing Association to its high ways department application for additional cattleguards on roads leading to increasingly busy Highway 93 between Wardner and Fort Steele. Former president Vernon Casselman spoke at the meeting on the recent "grass roots project session" at Kamloops dealing with efficient multiple use of land. SERVICE ROAD COALDALE (HNS') - The town will purchase land adjacent to Highway 3 at the west end of town to provide a service road. the organization with a French sidewalk cafe and flower boxes adding atmosphere to the program in the Assembly HalJ. Second Ward Relief Society president Mrs. Gordon Coleman, welcomed the guests. Meeting April 8 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - Rev. Bob Smith has announced the board meeting of the Crowsnest Pass pastoral charge of the United Church of Canada will be held in the Blairmore United Church at 7:30 p.m. April 8. Mr. Smith also advised that the Sacrament of Holy Communion will be celebrated Palm Sunday, April 4, in 'Pass United Churches at the morning worship services. Card winners ETZIKOM (HNS) - At the whist games played in the Etzikom school, Harry Hobbs and Tony Kriel took firsts with lows going to Mrs. Dot Hobbs and Harold Schnie. In the bridge section, Mrs. Velma Rumple and Pius Ehnes captured first place with consolations going to Mrs. Rose Burger and Henry Scherer. Don't put it off another day TODAY IS THE DAY TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT YOUR FUTURE WITH Canadian Women's Figure and Reducing Clinics METHOD Step 1 Reduce Flabby upper arms Step 4 Firm and Reduce Hipline Step 2 Firm and develop Bust lino Step 3 Reduce Waist Lino Step 5 Firm and Trim Bulging Thighs Step 6 lose 6 lbs. and 6 inches 6 visits INCHES - POUNDS - TENSION - FATIGUE LOSE THEM ALL IN ONLY 60 TO 90 DAYS Combining with what every doctor would state for losing weight and reducing. 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