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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wcdncidoy, March 79, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 25 Passwords Taylor is vice-chairman NATAL (HNS) Keg Taylor of Sparvvoocl hys been elected vice chairman of the East Kootenay Union Board of Health. Chairman is Mac of Fernic and scjLTeliiry is Dr. J. M, II. Hopper of Cr an brook. All sewage dis point permits, issued either by MIR unit or by llic pollution control branch, .should IKS received by the builder prior to a building permit being issued, (be board agreed. The board decided to increase school boards' iissc.TSJjienL from cents to two cents per per- son. At the suggestion of Mrs. Grace Gill of Fcrnie and sec- retary Dr. J. M. H. Hopper the i Iwarcl suggested a youth be em- ployed for garbage collection; the setting up of a reclamation c e n t r c and possible co-op- j eralion with the "Sam" aulo body cruslnns program as part of tlie federal government Op- portunities for Youth program this summer. The board also decided thai letters should be to (he parks branch and the forestry branch asking that they encour- age the summer employment of young people to help keep lake- shores clean, Chambers of commerce in the East Kootenay have been asked (or support through letters. Cubs raise camp funds BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau! CJroup Committee of the Blairmorc Cub Pack sold tick- ets (or three Easter food ham- pers donated by Dobek Broth- ers. IGA and Cnfonio's Gro- ceries. I It was held Tuesday. j Funds derived will be used to defray expense of summer camps experience for the Cub Peace., development fund held at the Modern Electric in COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) A successful tea, in aid of the peace and development fund, held at the home of Mrs. Molly Strickland recently. A total of S-15 was raised (or the Catholic Women's League in the share Lent campaign. A cake baked and donated by Mrs. Glenda Chamherlin was won by K. The tea prize was won by Katie Cornell. It was reported the bake sale aid of the peace and develop- ment fund by the CWL netted more than East Coleman women, mem- bers of the Holy Spirit Parish of the CWL, also held r successful tea to raise money for the peace and development fund. It is reported more than S40 was realized. Hostesses were Mesdames Truch, Geneviove Sanyshyn and Sophie Baruta. MILKY WAY When o pussy looks up she sees the Milky Way, unless it happens 1o be morning, when looks up and finds breakfast in bed, or almost, "Hey, wait a minute, this must the land of milk and honey." Hull Photo Fat people ie sooner Recreation liaison set NATAL (UN'S) At the re- cent meeting of the District of Spar wood council, a committee was established to serve as a liaison Western Design Associates Ltd. for construc- tion of the Sparvr'ood recreation complex. Aid. Anthony DeLuc'j was ap- pointed chairman. Other members: Aid. Frank Fnirclough and Aid. Molly Do- rally with alternate member Aid. Reg Taylor. Council decided to re-apply to the regional district for the con- tinuing use of Natal arena fa- cilities. In reponse to a request from council for a solution to the ac- cess ond traffic problems at the Sparwooft post office, a let- ter was received from the postal department advising the department is making applica- tion with the provincial depart- ment of highways for an addi- tional access to the front of the building from Highway .1. B.C. Hydro requesting ideas from council in regard to use of land now occupied by that company's right of way for power lines. Council decided to enquire if t lie right-of-way a t the Wilson Creek property could be used as part of the new cemetery proposed for that property. Participation of council was invited for the annual Park and Tilford Beautification trophy competition. The company sponsoring the program issued an invitation to council and the chamber of commerce to form a nominating committee to pro- pose the names of those busi- ness establishments which have contributed most last year to heautification. Canada Week committee ask- ed for participation in Canada Week acitivitics during the week of June 2G to July 2. Coun- cil authorized proclamation of the week and left the matter open for suggestions for further A letter was received from I participation in events. uarin lop citizen NATAL (FINS) Miss Valli Quarln was named "citizen oi the year11 at the recent meet- ing of the Spnrv.ood and Dis- trict Chamber of Commerce. She was selected by a pane! of judges for her "contributions to the community in many fields." Her most outstanding contri- bution was as chnirman of the July 1 celebrations last year which raised the necessary funds for the Centennial ball park at Sparuood, Miss Quarin is the secretary at the Sparwood Secon d a r y School and takes an active role in school activities. She also works with athletic groups. This year she is devoting lime to the Ways and Means Society for a new recreational complex for Sparwood. In addition sho CARDSTOX (Staff) The Chief Mountain Health Unit reported few problems caused by communicable diseases in the Cardston MD last year. Most nuin e r o u s communi- cable diseases reported streptococcal sore throats, Cl cases, and infectious hepatitis, 3S cases. There no deaths from conmnmic able diseases, Dr. Kurt Adler, medical officer of the unit, said in his annual re- port. "There is now more interest in preventive he said, bii( expressed disappoint- ment that many people persist in smoking although they know it is harmful. "I have the impression that many people (young and old) are he added. "Obesity decreases the life span and is a major contributing fac- tor in many diseases. The inci- dence of coronary heart disease could be greatly reduced if peo- ple did not smoke, were not overweight and indulged in reg- ular physical exercise." Dr. Adler said it Is difficult (o assess how widespread is drug abuse in the district but "we must inform the public of Ihe devastating effects of addic- tion and this includes alco- hol as weU.1' Pincher meeting draws big crowd By MARG LUNN Special Correspondent PINCHER CREEK The annual meeting of the Town of Pincher Creek hasn't seen such a turnout ui years. Electors attending spilled out into the hall. John Jackson was appointed to the chair ana Terry Lyon acted as secretary. Municipal inspector reported the niinutes were well pre- pared, the office administration was good, hut the town had ex- ceeded its authority for borrow- ing. Mayor Arthur Ames said the present system of collecting taxes saw 05 per cent of them still finds time for organizing j collected to date. fund raising activities for na- tional charitable organizations such as the Hod Cross. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES 9 Stenographer For Government Office in forl Macleod Short Order Cooks Waitresses and housekeepers Flying Instructor should hove at leoit 2000 hours flying Bookkeeper-Typist -for a buflding supply firm Male Psychiatric Nurse for a cily hospital, should have psych ward cxpencncfi For complete details on these and other vacancies contact; MANPOWER CENTRE Fotlerol Building Leihbrdgs Town employees were Riven an eight per cent increase in pay. Mayor Ames said they hope to hold the mill rate at 73 mills for public school and SO mills for the separate school, but with the deficit in school oper- ations council didn't know what it would lead to. Fie also felt a hearty vote of thanks should he extended to the town crew for its untiring efforts through a hard winter. The town came through the year with a small surplus of The fire department had been very busy with fires and 305 ambulance calls. Property loss by fire was Building permits stood at compared in 1970. A total of 24 new homes were started; 34 permits for garages and renovations and 11 commercial permits were is- sued. Many parcels of land were proposed for annexation m an effort to square the town boun- daries. I A storm sewer was built at I the west end, extensions of wa- ter were made to the new sub- division on the south hill and the golf course. A new filter was installed at the water treatment p'anl. Expenditures for the year with 1970 cost in brackets wero in part as follows: education administra- tion protec- tion to persons and property public works sanitation and waste removal health so- cial welfare debt charges Revenues for the year wero; taxation licences and permits, rents, conces- sion and franchises fines M1.291; interest, tax penalties, service charges recreation and community ser- v i c e, contributions, grants and subsidies home-owner's tax discount, miscellaneous, Total revenues stood at 433 against in 1970. Miss Kaupp wins NEW DAYTON (HNS) Miss Theresa Kaupp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Kaupp, won the public speaking contest in the 14-years-and-over class in the Raymond 4H Club. This entitles .her to go on to Ite Lethbridge speak-offs. This is the third consecutive yt-ar Miss Kaupp has won this honor. Dessert bridge NEW DAYTON (HNS) Eight women attended the des- sert bridge event recently spon- sored by Uie Lethbridgc Auxil- iary to the Municipal Hospital. 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