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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Moy 10, 197! THE IETHBRIDGF HI'UID 4t ''Pass oldtimers lose meeting room BELLEVUE (UNI' The annual spring cleanup Bellevuc village council receiv ed a petition from the Bellevue Hillcrest Senior Citizens re- quesling that council reconsider its plan to demolish the mu- nicipal building in which the senior citizens had room. Other groups also meet in the municipal building. week will be held May 21 to 27 and local persons having winter refuse to haul away are re- quested In box the refuse and set out at the back lanes for pickup by town trucks. meeting Council' approved laying more 'han GOO feet of metal water mains lo replace the present wooden ones in the vicinity of Council explained that since j Jerry's Sport Shop. the building was in "poor! The mailer of cable television shape" il was not feasible to was discussed and council sig- continue using the building. It nified its interest in having the was origin ally Ihe Bellevue service for the village. school Council will hold a meeting The offer of John Papp of j May 16 to draw up the budget Pincher Creek to purchase and and strike the annual mill rate. demolish it was accepted on j It was disclosed that 15 ap- provision that he sign an agree- peals had been heard at a court ment regarding conditions set j of revision held by chief asses- oul by council. sor Harry Randraa and mem- Councillor Howard Bennel re- hers of council. ported on the activities of the I Crowsnest Pass recreation A DINNEK b0Bellevue signified it is not in i NEW YORK (AP) Stump- Elkview i NATAL (HNS) (Bill) McMorris, general Su- i perintendent of preparation plants, says production and shipping records were set at Elkview plant in March. Clean coal production wa short tons [or the month as compared with the previous high of short tons pro- duced in the preceding month, February. Shipments by unit trains in March reached 47G.7GG short tons. The previous high for shipments was short tons shipped in July, 1971. IDS CHURCH COMPLETED The new IDS Church at Piclufe Butte it is oil finished except for a few minor tasks such as hanging the cur- has been completed by Chronik Construction Lid. at a cost of tains on the stage. P. Johnson Photo favor of the recreation board taking over and directing all ed for an idea for something new to make for dinner? New laMIlg UVel dllu ull CI.UIU5 tin activities in the Bellevue arena. Yorkers now can Dial a He- A bylaw was drawn up to the j cipe to solve Ihal problem, effecl thai after some ratepay-! Cookbooks Only Inc., which crs are notified by council to' bills ilsclf as America's First clean up their premises, if ac-, store devoted exclusively to lion is not taken, the town will i cookbooks, makes a taped rec- undertake the job and charge il j ording of a recipe from a dif- back to the individual. fcrcnt cookbook each day. Women gather ETZIKOM (HNS) The Etz- ikom-Orion Women's Mission- ary Society met at the home of i Mrs. Clarence (Alice) Robinson I with nine members and three i j visitors present. i i Quilt blocks were handed out j to be painted in order to con-1 struct a friendsliip quilt to be It was further decided to col- lect good used clothing to be stnt to the Indian orphanages sent to the Missions, in northern Alberta and Sas- katchewan. These are to be turned in at the June meeting to be held at the home of Mrs. John (Sarah) I Hagg. 35 DONATIONS Bruce Hurt of Cardston, left, receives an award for being a blood donor 35 times. The presentation is made by Ken McGregor of Calgary, right, business administrator of the Red Cross blood tranfusion service. Delay Leavilt, centre, organizes Cardston and district blood donor clinics. A total of 198 pints of blood wens collected, many from Hutlerites. Next clinic: Thursday, July 20. -Catherine Hull Photo ends Ions career MONARCH tHXSt For- mer Alberta Wheat Pool man- ager IT. 0. (Corey) Corcstinc lias retired p.fior years at various points in Alhcrla. Mr. Corestine started in Fire victims aided at Raymond RAYMOND 11 INS) The people of Raymond and district have expressed their apprecia- tion fur community service given in the past by Alan and .leannine Jensen by attending the program. The .Jensens' recently lost their home and all contents by fire. The program was held in tho Raymond High School. Entertainment featured per- formers Mrs. .Jensen has boon closely associated with in musi- cal circles. Top first alders FORT MACLEOD The first and second troops of Fort Macleod Boy Scouts took the top three trophies at the first aid compel it ions held nl Lethhridge recently. Placing first from the First Troop were Duncan I-nnenster. (leorge Heal. Terry Walker and Ron Campbell. In third position were their teammates, N o r m a n Crier, Perry Albert, Stevens and .Jonalhon Hunt. Krom the Second Troop and in second place were Mervin On, Claylcn Orr, Bernard Orr. Sluarl FooU- and Dwaync Foole. May. 1940. and was the first Alberta Pool agent at Ilines Creek, opening a new fi.UKiO bushel elevator in Au- gust, 1940, until July, 1942, when he enlisted with the liead- of the Canadian For- estry "Corps. He served in Scotland and on the continent. He returned to tho employ of the Pool in April, as agent ai Seven Persons until August, 1947, and again, j Ilines Creek from 1947 to June, 10'jO. He was transferred to llill- spring, lit.'iO, until he moved to Monarch in August, liKiii. lie served as agent here un- til He then was made agent at i Whitney Siding unlil is retire- ment. Air. and Mrs. Corestine now live in Lethbridge wliere Mrs. Cores! ine is employed ns n j nurse at tho Lethbridge Aux- iliary Hospital. They have two children, j Enid, a social welfare worker in Toronto, and Patrick, who has just, completed his second j year in commerce at the Uni- versity of Lethbridge, Monarch and district residents extend hearty good wishes fo Mr, Corestine on his retirement. KIM, CONVICTS NKW DKL11I (AP> Police fired into about 500 rebellions j convicts Monday in eastern India, killing nine and wounding 150 to United News of India reporled. A report, hy the agency from Bihar state said police opened fire after Ihfi pris- oners had controlled the Hbagal- pur jail lor iwo days, llhagalpur is miles casl of I'aJna. capi- lal of Bihar. Iwaasa wins scholarship RAYMOND ,HNS> David Twaasa has been informed lie has won a scholarship to en- rol at the Osaka University for (lie Japanese orientation course. He will proceed to the Uni- versity of Kyoto for further study early in July. Mr. Iwaasa will spend 1 Va years in i Japan. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Toro Iwaasa. His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Iwaasa, were I among the first Japanese peo- ple to come tn the Raymond district. The now award winner re- ceived his early education in the Raymond schools, he then i filled an IJXS mission to Ja- pan. While there he was chosen to ael as a guide at, the World Fair. Mr. is one of the 1P72 .spring of the uni versity of i SIMPSONS-SEARS Out and out values for patio and porch 6-pc. Ensemble Sep. Res. 75.93 69.88 A Simpsons-Sears exclusive! Seven colour-captivating pieces to add sparkle and fun lo your out door 1 iving; (listine- lively attractive "Bahama" iloral pattern on supported vinyl. Jl Mending colourcast colours oC avocado, orange and brown on a white ground resists sun and clean with a damp cloth. Tubular aluminum, frames Lightweight... easy to fold applies only to the 2 chairs Store easilv and quickly 9 pc. ensemble consists of: 6' Push-up Umbrella, 32" diam. fmbrella Table, Table Cover, 2 Chairs. 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