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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May 1974 THE LETHIRIDOE HERALD-15 The South In short Coaldale home takes applications COALDALE Applications are now being accepted for accommodation for a proposed senior citizen's lodge here. Applications are available at the office of John Coaldale Campbell Clinic and the preventive social service office in the town office building. This information was released by John director of social services and preventive social services for the Barons- Eureka Health Unit. Anti-abortion program set COLEMAN St. Joseph the Worker Council of the Knights of Columbus will sponsor a Right to Live program in the Crowsnest Consolidated High School. It will be held at p.m. May 22. It will feature slides and a panel discussion. Panelists will be Dr. Margaret Rev. Douglas Rev. Tim John Trefanenko of the child adoption branch and Charles director of preventive social services. Rescue teams compete at Fernie NATAL Three Kaiser Resources Ltd. underground mine rescue teams will compete for supremacy in a competition at Fernie today. The two top teams will represent the company in the East Kootenay playdowns against teams from Cominco's Sullhan mine at Kimberley June 8. The East Kootenay winner will compete in the provincial championships at June 15. The Canadian finals will be held at June 22. 8600 donated for cardiograph COALDALE The recent spring tea and bazaar held by the 22-member Coaldale Community Hospital Auxiliary raised for a new cardiograph machine that can be connected to the heart monitor machine the hospital already owns. A local nursery donated geraniums which were sold. Revenue was realized as bake and tea spring runoff normal BLAIRMORE Warm rains have been falling in the Crowsnest Pass periodically during the past few weeks with cold nights heavy snow in mountain valleys is melting gradually. Men working in mountain areas report there are still large amounts of snows 'in the valleys and on the north slopes of mountains but flood danger is lessening. Creeks and streams throughout the district are handling the spring runoff. Rivers are at their normal spring high and parents are urged to warn children of the dangers of playing near streams and deep ponds. The Crowsnest largest in the was dredged and the channel deepened last year. The water resources department and towns shared costs to have gravel bars removed from the riverbed. Hospital to open doors Sunday BLAIRMORE Canada Hospital Day will be marked by the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital Sunday. The purpose of the day is to invite the public to become more aware of the health care program hospitals offer. Hospital Day is the occasion on which the hospital staffs try to report to the public what they have been doing during the past year and what they plan to do in the future. May 12 is chosen for this day because it is the anniversary of Florence Nightingale's birthday 154 years ago. Church moderator to visit TABER Rev. Ray Heffelfinger of Knox United Church in Taber has announced that the moderator of the general council of the United Church of Canada will visit the Taber church May 16. Rev. N. Bruce McLeod of Toronto will be a noon luncheon guest. public is invited to join us for this Mr. Heffelfinger said. Kindergarten meets Tuesday A general meeting of the Coalhurst kindergarten organization will be held Tuesday at p.m. in the Coalhurst Legion. An address by a counsellor for the early children services project will follow at 8 p.m. Children can also be registered for next fall's kindergarten term at the meeting. Town won't budge on highway Crowsnest Pass Bureau VEANON RMldont Rop.. Blalrimwl-PhOM FLAX GROWERS- It Will Be Worth Your While to Take A Look At FLAX PLAN flaxseed Production Contract which offers a choice of pricing options. Guaranteed Floor Per Pre-Pricing Option which allows you to lock in a firm price without margin requirements. Get full details on Pioneer's Flax Plan from Elevator Managers Wilf Esau at Nobleford or Dave Andrews at Barons. PIONEER GRAIN COMPANY LIMITED Mibfect lo rovlaion. Completed be honored al the price guaranteed on the dele contract COLEMAN The Oldman River Regional Planning Commission has been informed by the Town of Coleman that the town has reaffirmed its stand against the northern route for Highway 3. The town wants Crowsnest 3 to go through the older section of town below the present highway. Council's consensus is that many of these older buildings will have to be torn down anyway. Some businesses have been folded in the lower section. The town does not want the northern route. Councillors say this will cause problems with the water reservoir and prevent further growth and development in the new subdivision. Council says it is poor planning to take the northern route and then make right- angle turns to rejoin the present highway west of Carbondale. Council has requested the town secretary to write to the department of the environment to clarify plans for this area. The local authorities board has approved in borrowing by the town for the proposed town hall and municipal library. A plebiscite on the money bylaw will be held June 5. A public meeting will be held before voting takes place. A Mother's Day breakfast will be held from to a.m. Sunday at the Vulcan Golf and Country Club The regular monthly meeting of the Vulcan Order of the Royal Purple will be held at 8 p.m. Monday in the lodge hall for installation of a new slate of officers Coaldale o.-ganizations will send delegates to a planning meeting for a community carnival at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Coaldale Sportsplex.. Pianist Gloria violinist Moshe Hammer and cellist John Kadz will perform May 23 in the G. R. Davis School at Fort Macleod in the department of youth and recreation series available to communities. Farmer wants change in highway design The Municipal District of Willow Creek is negotiat- department of highways is expected to make a deci- ing with Claresholm district farmer Leonard Shearer on the widening and curve realignment of the Claresholm industrial airport road. The MD wants 30 feet of land on the south side of the present road and nine acres of Mr. Shearer's land for realignment of the turn. The sion on a smaller turn that would require less land next week. Expropriation could delay the road construction for one year. The turn is about one mile west of the Shearer residence sign above. Taber students work for credits Council will pay for tractor TABER Fifty-four W. R. Myers High School students are earning 10 credits by being placed in local businesses as part of a work employment program. Guidance counsellor Bob speaking at a recent meeting of the Taber Chamber of said the program helps students Recreation assistant hired COLEMAN Louise Taylor of Coutts has been employed under the Student Temporary Employment Program to work with the Coleman recreation board. Miss a graduate of the Lethbridge Community will with recreation director Garry Nelson to set up summer teenage programs. The Coleman recreation board has arranged to bring in Northland Shows of Barons this weekend. Welding shop sold TABER Frank Hattori has announced the sale of his Central Welding shop to Arne Larsen of Taber. Mr. Hattori is not sure what his future will but likely he will retire in Taber after he has helped Mr. Larsen to get established in the shop. The business name will be changed to Larsen's Central Welding. Mr. Larsen learned his welding trade in Norway. He came to Taber six years ago and accepted a position with Canadian Sugar Factories here. He has been employed there up to the present. of learn attitudes businessmen. are becoming more community oriented and are using community he said. The students spend three hours each day for five months or the equivalent of 250 hours working in the community. They are paid 75 cents an hour. The object of the program is to persuade students and students inclined that way to stay in school. 10 to 15 per cent are lowly motivated or with low ability but these people take a lot more said Mr Hagel. Vauxhall Drugs purchased TABER Donald associated the past several years with Johnson Rexall Drug in has purchased Vauxhall Drugs at Vauxhall. Mr. Fisher says that the former owner of Vauxhall Joseph will continue to work in the store two days a week. Mr. will work on a part-time basis in Johnson's Rexall Drug in Taber. idea of splitting our time in this way is to provide certain days off for management in both Mr. Fisher said. addition to it will provide relief for Murray Johnson of Johnson's Drug when he has to be in Bow Island to look after matters in the drug store The Bow Island drug store is owned by Johnson's Rexall Drug. Mr. Fisher sold his interest in Johnson's Taber Drug when he purchased Vauxhall Drugs. CLARESHOLM R. Angus Ltd. of Lethbridge Wednesday was the successful bidder on one single engine tractor scraper sold to the Willow Creek Municipal District for The price includes for a cab and replacement of two conventional tires on the tractor with radial ply tires which the MD prefers for traction and longer life. The earth moving machines find many uses in a chief of which is road building work. The MD is still open for negotiation on a trade on its present machine. Coun. John Housenga of Fort Macleod started the discussion by moving that the council consider a single engine machine. Council noted that a International Harvester Company machine is cheaper than the Cat. They checked the County of Vulcan to see how its IHC machine is serving. William assistant general foreman of the Willow Creek claimed Vulcan is experiencing engine trouble after four months of use. He learned the belly pan is strong and a rock pushed it up and damaged the transmission. Coun. Jim Lowe of Nanton said he was not in favor of a twin engine machine. don't think it is he said. He also wondered why Allis Chalmers wasn't represented in the bidding. Council noted there was one single engined machine for with trade in. A complete list of the tenders was not available to the press. Hospital garden party July 20 PINCHER CREEK A garden party will be held at St. Vincent's Hospital July 20. Fourteen.organizations are planning booths and activities. The proceeds will go towards furnishings for the hospital. 50-donation scroll awarded PINCHER CREEK Walter Schaurete received a 50-donation scroll at the recent spring Red Cross blood donor clinic in the Anglican Hall. A 35-year donation scroll was presented to Jim Davison. A total of 238 donations of blood were made at this clinic. Calgary man buys Sorge's garage PINCHER CREEK Francis Sorge has sold of Sorge's Service and Sales to W. P. Chesley of Calgary. Mr. Sorge has operated the business for 27 years and in recognition of his service the Ford Motor Company presented him with a plaque for a quarter of a century of valued association. Mr. a native of Medicine has held the branch managership of Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd. for more than four years. Home and school group gives COALDALE The Coaldale Home and School Association recently approved in donations that will assist local schools in various programs. The association donated to the Kate Andrews High School to upgrade the sound to the Kate Andrews High School towards the KAHS Gaels basketball who attended the provincial finals at St. to the R. I. Baker School elementary division for musical to the Coaldale Community Band for its upcoming trip to Moose Jaw to the International Kinsmen Band and to the John Davidson School for musical instruments. It was also agreed to give an award to an outstanding band student at the R. I. Baker School to attend the summer band workshop session at Red Deer this year. Mrs. Bert reported the 1974 Annual International Food Fair realized Tin- Herald- District In June Hutterite land use meet urged By D'ARCY RICKARD Herald District Editor VULCAN Negotiations with Municipal Affairs Minister David Russell may lead to a meeting in June between government people and citizens of the Carmangay Vulcan area on land use. Hutterite expansion in this area will be discussed if the meeting is says Little Bow MLA Ray driving force for the meeting. It stems from a Carmangay meeting held about a month ago at which some local farmers protested the purchase of about eight sections of land by the Waterton Hutterian brethren for establishment of a new colony. Since that Mr. Speaker has been admonished in the legislature by the municipal affairs minister for up controversy on Hutterite expansion. Mr. Speaker says he is merely reflecting the concern of his constituents. sentiment against the Hutterites is not unanimous at public meetings in this area. Mr. Speaker suggests the following points be reporting procedures of the Huttenan brethren to Arnold chairman of the special advisory committee on communal property. use of the members of the advisory committee. reporting of advisory committee to cabinet and the general public. advisability of continuance of the special advisory committee. concerns of local community when a colony situates in that community. government policies regarding education of Hutterite children. In Mr. Speaker's the meeting might include members of the cabinet committee to which the special advisory committee Dr. Platt and his Hutterian and six to 10 people who attended the public meeting at Carmangay. Mr. Speaker also wants three members of the Opposition to attend. This recommendation went to Mr. Russell April 19. April 24 a reply indicated the cabinet committee and Dr. Platt agreed to the meeting but Dr. Platt was unable to commit all members of his committee to attending. The minister expected the Hutterian brethren would be represented by their elders who are members of the advisory committee. Mr. Russell suggested councillors or executive members of bona fide organizations should rather than citizens who merely attend protest meetings. He has suggested that councillors are elected and responsible to the citizens for their decisions He also suggested the meeting could be directed toward broader communications and discussions than the specific terms of reference you Councillors from Vulcan. Lethbridge and Forty Mile counties have agreed to attend The date of the meeting a suggested date would be the first or second week in June will be dependent on factors including the adjournment of the house bv that time. COMPLETE HOME OWNERS' INSURANCE AT LOWER RATES HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201-3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-7777 ABSTAINER'S INSURANCE COMPANY The only Canadian Company providing automobile and insurance exclutivtly to abitaineri. financing for Business May 1974 one of our representatives GEORGE DEWAR will be at the Sleepee Teepee Alberta Thousands ot ISPS in Canada loans from IDB to acquire Irind workmq capital to start new busine or for othrr sound businc .s purposes IHOUSJML DMIOPMMJ BHHK 740 -4th Avcnut South Albtrta ;