Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednciday, Mov 10, 1972 THE LE7HBRIDGE HUAID oldtimers lose meeting room BELLEVUE i Tlic annual spring cleanup Bellevue village council receiv-1 week will be held May 21 lo 27 ed a petition from the Bellevue and local persons having winter Hillcrcst Senior Citizens re- questing (hat council reconsider refuse to haul away are re quested box the refuse and set out at the back lanes for pickup by town trucks. Council approved laying more nan GOO feet of metal water its plan to demolish the mil nicinal building in which the senior citizens had a meeting room. Other groups also meet in the mains lo replace the present municipal building. j wooden ones in the vicinity of Council explained that since; Jerry's Sport Shop, the building was in "poor! The matter of cable television .shape" it not feasible to was discussed and council sig- continue using the building. II was origin ally the Bellevue nified its interest in having the service for the village. at Elkview NATAL (HNS) (Bill) McMorris, general Su- perintendent of preparation plants, says production and shipping records were sel al Elkview plant in March. Clean coal production was short tons for the month as compared wilh Ihe previous high of short tons pro- duced in Ihe preceding month, February. Shipments by unit trains in March reached 47G.76G short tons. The previous high for shipments was shorl tons shjpped in July, 1971. LDS CHURCH COMPLETED The new LDS Church al Piclufe Butle il is oil finished except for a few minor tasks such as hanging the cur- has been completed by Chronik Construction Ltd. al a cost of tarns on the sfage. P. Johnson Pholo school. Council will hold n meeting j The offer of John Papp of May 1C to draw up the budget Pincher Creek to purchase and anil strike the annual mill rate. II was disclosed that 15 ap- demolish il was accepted provision that he sign an agree- peals had been heard at a court menL regarding conditions set i of revision held by chief asses-! out by council. sor Harry Randma and mem-1 Councillor Howard Bennct re- hers of council. I ported on the activities of the I Crowsnest Pass recreation: DIAL A DINNER board. Bellevue signified it is not in i favor of the recreation board NEW YORK (AP) Stump- ed for an idea for something to make for dinner? New taking over and directing all activities in the Bellevue arena. Yorkers now can Dial a Re- A bylaw drawn up lo the j cipe lo solve that problem, effect (hat after some ratepay-; Cookbooks Only Inc., which ers are notified by council to' bills ilself as America's First clean up their premises if ac-, slore devoted exclusively to J lion is not taken, the town will. cookbooks, makes a laped rec-i undertake (lie job and charge il orcling of a recipe from a dif-1 back to the individual. fcrcnl cookbook each day. Women gather ETZIKOM (HNS) The Etz- ikom-Orion Women's Mission- ary Sociely met at the home of Mrs. Clarence (Alice) Robinson nine members and three visitors present. Quilt blocks were handed out to be painled in order lo con- struct a friendslu'p quilt to be It was further decided to col- lect good used clothing to be sc.nl to the Indian orphanages sent to the Missions, in northern Alberta and Sas1 kalchc'.van. These are lo be turned in at the June meeting to he held at Ihe home of Mrs. John (Sarah) Hagg. 35 DONATIONS Bruce Burt of Cardston, left, receives an award for being a r blood donor 35 limes. The preservation is made by Ken McGregor of Calgary, right, business administralor of ihe Red Cross blood Iranfusion service. Delay Leavilt, cenlre, organizes Cardslon and district blood donor clinics. A total of 198 pints of blood wens collected, many from Hutleriles. Next clinic: Thursday, July 20. Hull Pholo rey PS- (UN'S) For- mer Alberta Wheul Pool man- ngcr II. 0. (Corey) Corcstinc has retired rficr :S years at various points in Albcrla. Mr. Coreslinc slnrled in Fire victims id at RAYMOND I HNS) The people of Raymond and disiricl have expressed their apprecia lion for emnmunily service pivcii in tin1 jiast by Alan and .leanniiu' by ;itlending the "We Care" program. The .Jensens' recenlly losl their home and nil contenLs by lire. Tlie propram held in tho Tlavmond School. EnlcrUiinmcnt fenLurcd per- formers Mrs. lins hoon closely assjicialcd in ral circles. Top first aiders FORT MACLF.On Ilio first ;iml soconrf froop.s of Vm-i Mnclcofl liny Seoul.s look tho lop throe Ivopliics at Iho first aid compel il inns held al Lrthbridfic rocpntly. Placing first from the First Troop wri'C nimcan T.nnensler. Heal, Terry Walker mid Ron C'amphell. In Ihinl position their teammates. N n r m n n Crier, Perry Alhcrl, I.anrio Slovens and .lonalhon Hunt. From the .Second Troop and in second place uere Movvin On, Orr, Hernard Oir. Sluarl and I-'oohi, 'May. 1910. and the first Alhcrln Pool agenl aL Ilines Crock, opening a new fi.UHjl) bushel elevator in Au- Riist, 1940, until July, 1W whiiii lie cnlislec1 uith Ihe licad- (juartcr.s of the Canadian Foi cstry 'Corps. He served in Scotland and on the continent. He returned lo tho employ of the Pool in April as agent al Seven Persons until AiiRiisf, I9-J7, and again, aqenl ;it IliiiC'S Creek from 1947 lo .Iiine, lO'iO. He was Iransfcrrcd lo Hill spring, Hi.'iU, nnlil he moved to Aionarch in Augusl, lie swxcd as agent here un- til lie Mien was made agenl at Whilncy Sidini; uiilil is rclirt1- ni.nni. .Mr. and Mrs Coreslme now live in Lclhbridnc Mrs. CorQ.sline is eiuployod ns a nurse at Iho Lethbridgc Aux- iliary Hospital. Tliey Iiace (wo diildron, a social welfare worker in Toronto, and Patrick, who jib.1 nunplplofl his swonri year in eommerec at Ihe Uni- versity of Lethbridgc, Monarch and district residents exlcnd liearly wishes In Mr, CoresUnu on his relironicnL aasa wins NKW D1CL11I (API Police fired into about rebellions com ids Monday in eastern India, killing nine and wounding lo ifiO, United News of India reported. A report, hy tho aficncy from Bihar slate said police opened fire after MIR pris- oners had controlled Ihr pnr jail lor two days. I'.hnpalpur ii miles cast of Paina. capi- tal ol liihar. irsiiip RAYMOND ,IINS) David has been informed he has a scholarship to en- rol M Ihe Osaka Univei'sitv for llic Japanese oricntalion course. lie will proceed In the Uni- versity of Kyolo for further study early in July. Mr. Iwaasa will spend yenrs in Japan. Hi- is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Toro hvnnsa. His prandparenls, Mr. and Mrs. Henry hvaasa. the first Jrtp.'inese pen-' pie to ennip to Ibr Itaymond district. The1 neu nward winner re- ceived liis early education in the Ha1, niond schools, he then filled nn IjDS mission lo Ja- 1 pan. While there he was i chosen to art as n pnide nl tho World Fair. Mr. is nne of the 1C72 sprnif, nl Ihe uni- x'ersily of i SIMPSONS-SEARS Out and out values for patio and porch 6-pc. "Bahama'' Ensemble Sep. Reg. 75.93 A reclusive! Seven colour-captivating pieces lo add sparkle and fun lo ynnr oul Hoorlivinp; dislinc- tivrly attractive "Uiihaina" iloral pattern on supported II colourcast rolnnrs of avocado, oranpe and brown on a white ground isis sun and clean ivilh a damp cloth. Tubular aluminum frames Lightweight... easy to fold applies only to the 2 chairs Slorc racily and quickly 9 pc. ensemble consists of: 6' Push-up Umbrella, 32" diam. Umbrella Table, Table Cover, 2 Chairs. Ground Spike 4 Seat Swing c, 119.99 99.99 Our frrratrpl sivins rnlnr in rears! In ]iattorn mtiporied vinvl cover lo mateh ilip ensemble ahove. Matrlnni: hiuc heavy gauge i-anopv .nml windbreaks. Full t-lrrldi-uiil feat? -1 on41' polid foam mattresf. I'Janie-lpondcd finish on Ptcel is weather- 11 of md praelieally scratch proof. lid foam tack. 2 loose 1, n Low price! Full Lounge Tr-m'fir value! I.oiinpr in rxi'lusivp llnlinniii1' p.-illoril lV solid Sfrnliciiii mattress hrinh .ind (-11111- forlalily on shit siivl .Sfurciy jtolislirti nlintiiniiin fradic. '1'op value! Two Spring Giairs A ahie! Pair of Chairs coinfnrl al a low prn-e! tjnirk tolilinj; onsy iiinlti-coloiir-stripc rjiiivflfl o Flrrl frame. Vood nrma. n'ilh n dozrn JUST (losls llorr Al Sinijjsoiis-Sciirs STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 o.m. lo p.m. Thursday nnd Fnclny 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Ccnlro Village. Telephone 328-9231.