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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Worth 1971 THE IEIHBRIDGE HERALD 3 spent Cnme fM Grand concert says jury set for lliurma 011 recreation WARNER HNS Warner lion on inMiuclional aid was I county spent C92 for reerea1 pail of which went to I lion and community services j last lie recent annual meeting was The county recen ed a rec reation grant amounting to 975 from the provincial govern Spans cquipnicrit cost Band instruments cost and U01 was spent on band near vpaiwood Hockey facilities are needed runcis at Natal found me chamial failuic of a boom as the of ho death of Peter in an industrial at the Elkuew pi op of limu The inquest under E Lu zod labted flvc Burcaui of Albtita in FA Lion Piesidem Don Jleil of Tne fourday end ficially opened the 1971 Thursdaj evening with a nest 1ass Music Festival in the prugram of piMnt ij habellc Sellon School and in of prizes and tiopines will Lo doing so adjudica madc M lhe ot tha This was entered in the j Players are transported i jujv doiibcrations under I01 Dr 1anus Sasonkin of the school committee section of HONORED ON RETIREMENT Arnold receives a seascape and gulls painting from Nobleford councillor Jenne Neiboer in recognition of his faithful service to the council and Lubbers is retiring as secretarytreasurer of the village after 17 years Lucinda Luchia sclwol tonight ilie Spent in this secpractice to Lethb ridge or Taber for 18 bands to perform in directors festival J1ILK K I V E R IMS JuniorSenior High School Band VULCAN County of Vul can Home and School groups will host a gathering of resi dents interested in and community belter executive It will be held at the j secretary of the Alberta Fed County Central High School here March 31 at 8 Scouts hold banquet eration of Home and School Associations school committee chairman County of Vulcan Schools and Are11 B direc will Eighteen bands will participate in the annual Canadian Band Directors Association Band Festival to be held in Milk River this weekend at the Erie Rivers High It is expected bands men will be The festival is sponsored by the southern Alberta branch of and Directors Gershaw Bow School B Band Senator Island High Cardston High School Band Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Band Senator Gershaw High School A Band I foreman Koss Norris required j i about one of the five feula died of brain damage and His death took I place when the boom of a 140 ton crane collapsed causing the j a 33ton convenor to I fall to the Scida one o two men on top of the Testimony from many who were at the construction site at the time of the mishap inform ed the inquest three cranes were involved in the lift of the convenor The deceased vas an cm o me ueceabeu an cm Cardston Junior High j lovee of jron Wulks n School Band 12131 Crowsncsi i hatj a position the Pass Community Band Ulbfi t of the Hospital contract to be awarded CLARESHOLM unit for the pioposed new G a u d e 11 chairman of the hod hospital as lie department Claresholm General Hospital will not agree to pay for such board said recently a 211 mill a icquisition will be needed Mis j The department of health has j ear because of the approved the general plan for ments indication there will be the proposed no increase in opeiating grants to be submitted to this year the will be sought One mill would go towaids soon NATAL HNS The Natal First Boy Scout Troop held its annual father and son banquet They honored Laddie Troyanek for his an regularly assists the Also honored was S c o u t e r Thomas He was presented with a pin and medal for 10 years Presentation of a pin and engraved trophy to Troyanek was made by Scoutmaster Mike Scouter Halko was honored by Brian Baher of chairman of the Crowsnest District Boy Scout Fathers and sons were welcomed to the banquet by Frank chairman of the Natal First Boy Scout Troop group Jack DeLuca was elected group committee chairman Ron Penner vice president Rene secretary and Don Tentatively planned for this summer was a 10day summer camp for the A tree planting program is also planned using seedlings from Kaisers tree A project of stocking a small lake with fish is also in the planning Zak leads war on disease COLEMAN CNP Bureau Fire Chief Henry Zak of the Coleman Volunteer Fire Brigade announced the group is sponsoring a bingo night to raise funds for the annual muscular dystrophy the annual school essay and poster contest and for the purchase of a new time clock for the Coleman The bingo mil be held in the Elks Hall at 8 April 19 and a total of la games will A new feature of this ears festival will be the Southern Alberta High School Honor This band was selected a month ago by the directors of the participating The 77piece select band will perform on the Saturday evening Grand Director of the honor band will be Butler director of bands at the University of The band will rehearse Friday evening and all day The 18 bands entered in the festival wdl perform throughout the day Saturday from 8 to Adjudicator for the festival will be Wally director of Douglas The final concert will take place Saturday evening at in the ERHS In addition to the honor three bands selected by the adjudicator will The public is invited to attend all Listed are the bands participating Erie Rivers High School Concert Band combined WarnerCnutts Junior High School Band Erie Rivers Junior High School Band Myers Taber Junior High School Band Barnwell School Band Hays School Band Vauxhall Viking Band 8 Band 3 AlexandiaCrestwood Junior High School Band Medicine Hat High School Band Medicine Hat High Schools Honor Band of Kaiser paying for an air feel confident the contractor will be on the site by May or June and the hospital completed by March or April of next said administrator Jim Hoi ejsi The new hospital will be connected to the Alberta Hospital by a tunnel so tile laundry and kitchen services can be jointly greaves TAEER IDJb Chamber of Commerce Week in Taber will be kicked off two days ahead of the scheduled April 18 through 24 when on April Albertas agricultural trade commissioner Harry Hargi eaves will address a public dinner meeting Arrangements were completed by Tabers industrial development Ed representing the retail merchants said the organizations name is now changed hack to Taber Businessmens Association TBA failed to come up with a though Gordon Saunders and secretarytreasurer Dale Fitzsimonds assumed the responsibility of having the top position Arrangements are under way for a meeting with chamber to speeak rectors and businessmen to deteimine if support is available for a junior achievement Having declined to open a labor placement office in Canada Manpow er is to be requested to reconsider its position because of the great need for the service here during the summer Discussion also centred on the recent seminar on Indian abor and the recommendation by native people the dropin centre be reserved for Reports indicated local youths practically took over the centre to the dissatisfaction of those for whom it was set poem wins contest FOREMOST Special A poem submitted by Stuart Collin of Foremost School was adjudged winner at local and zone level of the Canadian Legion Essay The Foremost branch of the Legion announced him as the local winner after all entries were appraised by a panel of three In the junior section of the Roxanne Wallman placed first and Lorinda Whittle second in the essay Rina Stovel was the junior poetry winner with Dale Vandenberg placing Local entries were forwarded to the zone for Lorinda Whittle displaced Roxanne Wallman as the judges awarded her first place in the essay Rina Stovel placed first in the poetry section once Provincial results have not yet been 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 best ALCAN aluminum Major Irrigation 2125 2nd Avenue South PHONES MENTALLY ILL Nearly onehalf of all hospital beds in Canada are occupied by patients with serious mental PAGE 19 ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS GRAND OPENING 126 6lh Street for one A jackpot prize of 75 silver dollars will be WORKMENS COMPENSATION BOARD AtBERTA FIRST AID CLASSES Vauxhall Community Hall April 1971 evenings Two Classes Doily to Accommodate Shift Workers NO CHARGE FOR WORKMEN UNDER THE Picture Butte and Area CIRCLE WOOD PRODUCTS NOW For And All Your Cabinet Needs APPLY 852 CRESCENT or PHONE More district 011 page 13 MARSHALL WELLS Pre Summer DONT MfSS OUT ON THESE TERRIFIC SAYINGS The Outlaw Our buj vuluu Regular PRESUMMER SALE The Klondike Deluxe Hardtop Complete with mattress end TAA 95 FOR THIS SALE ONLY FREE SPARE WHEEL WITH EACH TRAILER Regular PRESUMMER SALE Regular PRESUMMER SALE 9 CUP Percolator LONG PLAY RECORDS Curling Brooms Ant Hockey Sticks PRICE New Corrosion Resistant RECLINERS MW Sale price from 69 7PIECE DINETTE SUITE Assorted MW Sale 5 Piece Dinette rj jr MW Sale Price ARMLESS LOUNGES 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