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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Inlurflny, Mny 11. IMF IHHBRIDOE 3 the Cartoon Bug r.i.nn your cartooni In Tut Hernia, car! ol Mrs. Helen Kov.its, Box 670, Lellitiridgp, Albcrlfl. ff [3 O MAGICIAN PULLED YOU OOTOKI1IS I AT! NOW, STOP ASKING QblM IONS! HAT! David Brown, Ago 12 Choraedey, Laval, P.O. I ,'ii'iVitit Ciriooi'i flue. I only to virw Itic iv. (in e flat surfacr ?our K in c-Ifi-rt, r.llinp Mri-'-t in .ncctMi-. V'urk a tilfit BACK AIRPORT Dr. Alan VanOrman and Mayor floyd Gregson of Cardslon donate Ihe first 5100 cheques toward the purchase of land for a airport. The federal department of transport has approved the 50-acre plot miles southeast of the town. The town, Cardston MD and public subscription funds will buy the land and the department of transport will build the paved airstrip. The Cardston Flying club hopes to raise with the public's help. FAIRWAYS DAMAGED Alf Longworlh, superinten- dent of the Crowsnest Pass Forest and president of the Crowsnest Pass Golf and Country Club, examines dam- age to Ihe fairways. It was done by some unknown person driving what appears to have been a jeep. The vandals drove the vehicle on the private golf course early this spring and cut deep ridges in the grassy fairways All work on the course is by volunteers. -Vern Decoux Photo Jobs for students Pincher church role Drop-in centre wins strong suppor Steal cigars :i PINCHER CREEK (Special) A well attended m e e t- ing was held in the Municipal District Building when senior citizens and interested persons met to discuss a senior citi- zens' drop-in centre. Present from Medicine Hat were Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Bnicker and Mr. and Mrs. Ei- ner Erickson. Mr. Brucker spoke on the ac PINCHER CREEK (Special! The Pincher Creek United Church is again sponsoring a student employment service here. The program was begun as a service to the community last year. Because of the positive re- sponse it is continuing. Miss Maurene Porter, second year university student, has been hired to direct it this year. She will attempt to match the needs of students with jobs available in the community. tivities and achievements of the Medicine Hat Senior Citizens' Drop-in-Centre. He emphasized the need for senior citizens to feel useful. He said that one quarter of them live alone in this prov- ince. They were brought up in a work-oriented world and are not prepared for leisure and are thus bored. In Medicine Hat they hold card parties, have a women's sewing group; men's carpentry shop and help with UNICEF to not name many other pro- jects. Dave Hembling of preventive social services told of a ques- tionnaire mailed to 191 res- idents of Pincher Creek, the MD and the Village of Cowley. Approximately 22.5 per cent re- plied. The average age was 74 Such questions as to living places and conditions: recrea- tion and self-interest; need for a drop in centre; diet and meals, were asked. Roughly 71) per cent felt there was a need for a drop-in-centre for persons over 03. To have the centre located near the main stores was supported. BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau i. Thieves broke into the Royal Canadian Legion here recently i and took cigars, chewing gum chocolate bars and nuts. RCMP of the Blairmorc dc tachmcnt is investigating. More district on page 12 Admitted to bur FORT MACLEOD historic and solemn ceremony was held in tlie new court house here. Tim Raymond Gervais, a na- tivo of England, and Francis (Frank) Lawrence Maloney, an Albertan. were admitted to the Bar of Alberta. Administering the oath was sheriff Gray Cressman and ac- cepting the Ivo lawyers was Chief Justice J. V. H. Milvain. Mr. Gervais will practise in Pincher Creek and Mr. Malon cv in Claresholm. She will be working in co- operation with the schools, lo- cal employers and Canada Manpower. The program was begun when another project failed to materialize. It was the inten- tion of the church to sponsor a young man from Africa to take niversity training here in AJ- erta and return to Africa. However, after all the plans ad been made, something hap- ened, sliU unknown to the hurch, to change the plans at he other end. As a result the tudent did not come. To help finance the project a was held in which he whole community gave sup- port. Thus the church wished to begin a project from which the community as a whole would )enefit. Thus the student employ- ment service began. It is hoped it will achieve even greater results this year. Office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Phone 627-3734. PINCHER CREEK QUARTERHORSE SHOW Sponsored by the 4-H Rein- ing and Training light Horse Club. JUNE 9 AND 10. JUDGE: Wayne Ecus, Poison, Montana FRIDAY: YOUTH SHOW Western Driving Class; Pole Bending; Barrel Racing; Trail Class; Jumping; Pack Race; Hide Race. SATURDAY: QUARTERHORSE SHOW Halter Classes; Quarter Horse Jumping; Reining Pattern; Trail Class; Pole Bending; Riding Paitorn Tor further information or entry forms, interested people may phone or write MRS NORA PETERS Pincher Creek, 627-2235 SCOUT LEADERS Officers of Ihe Flatlands District, Boy Scouts of Canada, elected at tlis recent annual meeting ot Taber are, left to right: Mrs. Lil Martin, 2nd vice-president; Robert Jenkins, regional executive; John W. Gray, president; Darwin Hammon, president-elect; Earl H. Ellingson, past-president; and Ray P. Edwards, district commissioner. Mr. Jenkini was a speaker ot the meeting. -Ross Gibb Photo ll-acrc subdivision changes hands COALDALE (HNS) Henry Krahn Construction of Leth- bridgc has purchased the for- mer J. J. Lowen subdivision on the cast side of town. T.I is 41.16 acres of land and will now be known as the Krahn subdivision. Mr. Krahn and a representa- tive from Torchinsky Engineer- ing of Regina, the firm in- volved in the engineering with the subdivision, appeared be- fore town council recently to discuss the progress of the de- volopment. Several hurdles have already been cleared. The irrigation ditch has been re-routed and i commutation fees paid, Mr. Krahn stated. Plans are to develop m lots, one-third of the parcel, this year and the remaining lots i next year. Find washroom COALDALE (HNS) A pub- lic washroom is needed in the business section here, Council- lor John Gossen informed council recently. Councillor Gossen was dele- gated to pursue the matter. Offer study COALDALE (HNS) A re- fresher course in municipal ad- ministration be conducted June 4 to 7 at a Banff seminar, sponsored by the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association. Town council recently dele- gated Mrs. Rae Yamasaki, town treasurer, and Councillor Mrs. Frank Gosrtzen to attend. Other councillors may also go it time permits. 69 bands play CARDSTON (HNS) The Magrath Cardston Divisional Marching Band and Ihe Ma- grath Junior-Senior High School Bands with leader Boyd Hunter did very wnll in the 23rd annual Kinsmen International Music Festival held at Moose Jaw. They were among i bandsmen from Montana, North Dakota and most of the 10 Canadian provinces. There were 69 marching bands participating. The Magrath Concert Band received an all-round trophy These Are TJieletMnidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area CESAR Genera, GRAMK. "MARY TURNBULL Ooliv.r, PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON Gon- RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOIF Phono 738.4394 Contntl these neopln for vour Dislricl New. or Classified Advertising, MRS. WOODWARD, MRS. LACEY, MR. PROTTI AND MR. OLSEN 71st nursing home opened CATiDSTON (HNSi-The "1st nursing homo in Alhcrln, Ihe. Granrlview Niirsinp Home van opened horn recently. Lou Profti ot Kdmonlnn, an official of Ihe Alhcrln Hospitals Commission, was present lo cut the rihbon. He represented the Hon. Neil Crawford, minister of h c a 11 li and social development. The nursing home program was inaugurated In AHwrla hy Mr. I'rotli in At that lime, there were only sevcii homes outside. Jidruonl.ou and Calgary. There are now -li, makinc a total of (i.OOn hcds in 71 homes. Another complex1 ir, hciiiK planned at Blairmorc lie. explained a nursing homo is not a hospital hut falls be- tween an auxiliary hospital and n senior citizens' home. It is a place where people can have a home and personal care. The C! r a n (i v i c w Nursing Home is situated at Iho soulh approach In Carcislon on Iho hill overlooking Ilio The ?MM2.i huildine has 40 hcds with provision heing made lo increase that numlx-r lo SO or lift if nccr-ssavy. The nursing home dit-lricl. In- cludes the Town of Cardston, the Cardston the Town of Magrath, Villages of llillspring and Glcmvood and W a t c r ton Park. Mrs. Ruhy l.acoy. RN, tho matron, is a nalive of Cardston. She will he assisted hy Mrs- Man; Woodward, UN, and sev- eral olte workers, and three plaques in its com- petitions with a rating ot 96. The M a g r a t h Carcislon Marching Band took first place with a mark of 03. Seek site PINCHER CREEK (HNS) Seven people here were nomi- nated to seek a site for a senior citizens' drop in centre. It is hoped the centre can be located in the downtown area. Named to this board were F. Huddlestun, A. Thcrriaull, Mrs. E. UcLeofl. jr. De Young. Mrs. Mclntee, Mr. Wood and F. Fry. The afternoon meeting con- cluded with a visit and coffee [or all present. Top musicians r I CARDSTON (HNSI At the; 23rd annual Kinsmen's Intcrna- j lional Music Festival at Moose Jaw recently local musicians; were tops. In individual competitions. those gaining high marks from j this area were: Deborah Hunt- er, first. B-flat clarinet; Darci i Fletcher, first, bassoon; Mary Ellen Thompson, second, alto clarinet; Curl is Fletcher, fourth, alto clarinet and alto saxa phone: Kenneth Daill, third, trombone: and Michelle Hunter, sixth, flute. If took Iwci chartered buses and an instrument bus to trans- port the 110 young people and chapcroncs. Adults accompanying L h e bands were: Ixrvac Gaboon, Dave Cooper, Bob West, Dr. Mark Dahl. Mrs. Helen Dahl, Mrs. LaVaun Thompson, Mrs. Yvonne Hohm, Mrs. Jcnson and Mrs. Brcwcrton. Praises program COAUIAUC (HN'Sl Word was recenlly received at Iho Coaldalc recreation office from II w i Kh t .1. (lanskc, supcrvi of a t h Id i renv.il ion b r a n c h, department "f cul- ture, y o u I h and recreation, Kilmonlon, commending Gcldcrt on his programs. "The recreation program In seems to be. movini; and 1 can see thai things have continued lo develop tho last few years. 1 wish lo send my regards and acknowledge line rci-realion in your area." Canadian Radio-Television Commission Conseil de la Radio-Television Canadienne Ottawa. May 15, NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ISSUE NO. 4 BROADCASTING REGULATIONS PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE TEtEVISION BROADCASTING REGULATIONS SCHEDULE T The hooding precc-ding section 3 ond lection 3 ef Television Broadcasting Regulations ore revoKed one, the fol- lowing substituted Ihcrcfoi: of Classes of licences 3 (1) A private licence is the class of licence person other than the corporation to operate a private .to. fence is class o. licence issued ,h. Corporation to operate o station or network. Application 3A. These Regulations, other than paragraph 6A II b, apply to all stations ond networks in Canada cind to oil matter broodcast by stations ond J. (1) Subsection. to (5) of the soid Regulation, on 67) of Ihe said Regulation, i, revoked. 3. (1) Subsections to Ml of the said Regulation, ar. To', exceed percent o( the total broadens, time of that station or oT' of the total cf ,he said Resulolioni ore revoked. Any representalions on these proposals should be Two copies, with the Secretory on or bdon, June 2, 1972. Otlnwti, May 16, 1772 PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT PROGRAMMES PRODUCED UNDER CO-PRODUCTION OR JOINT VENTURE ARRANGEMENTS the Television Broadcast Regulations. These programmes will be colled "Spcriol Category Pro- lie reas i participation of Canadian television dian tolcnt in the resultant productions. ing th relevant lo Canodians; and (1, that o proportion nf programme rnlevc can hove an inlcrnationol oppeol wilhoul I tionol inteiest. The CRTC hos also bcnctit'ed fiom the opinions of many people in the television industry on Ihe relative merits ot high-budgel and low.budget programmes. The conclusion that a healthy Canadian television production industry should not be limited to relatively low budget productions, important as they are but must include a reasonable proportion of high budget programmes. International participation in the financing ond distribution of Canadian co-productions can develop'the television industry in Canada It will help to illustrate Iho abilities of our creative people on a world- wide basis. The guidelines on "Special Catcgoiy Programmes" ore dc- .ignc'd to acguoml all participants in cn-produclions cina classification. ites the co-operation of all those involved ommissi the produtlion of programmes in the continuing develop- MONIQUE COUPAl, Secrctniy. CRTC Public Notice 1972-19 ;