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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Faster hike TABER (HNS) After Jan. 1, under a new supplementary assessment bylaw, properties here will come under assess- ment al any time in the calen- dary year in which they qual- ify. Until now and including this year, improvements com- pleted after October are ex- empted from taxation during that year. The move will improve reve- nue from taxation alter 1972. Shower held ETZIKOM (HNS) A show- er was held recently for Mrs. Gladys Lanz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Lanz. Mrs. Clayton (Sylvia) Rohin- Bon introduced eve-yone. Assisting the bride-to-be with her gifts was her sister Mrs. Ralph (Pat) Simpson and a cousin, Miss Bev Lanz, with Miss Sherry Robinson in charge of the guest book. Miss Rosie Navartil displayed the gifts. Volleyball set PINCHER CREEK (Special) A senior women's volleyball team has been organized for Pincher Creek and district for this whiter. If there is a sufficient turn- out, additional teams will be MARKS BIRTHDAY-Mrs. Mary Blake of Vauxliall re- cently celebrated her 80th birthday and was honurcd by her family at a dinner. Born al Almont, Onl., in 1892, she settled on a farm west of Vauxhall in 1912. She still lives on the family farm, gar- dens and (Iocs her own house- work. Sons are Kenneth, Cal- gary, Evans, Williams Lake, B.C., Gordon, Vauxhall, and Edwin of Red Deer: daugh- ters arc Mrs. Eileen Geres of Enchant, and Mrs. Marjoric Bailey of Vauxhall. She has eight grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Receives Degree Miss Pat Toly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Toly of Pin- cher Creek, received her Bache- lor of Science degree, majoring In Physical Education from Web- er Stain, ot the Juno convocation. Her parents attended Ihe grad- uation ceremonies. formed. At present it is expect- ed exhibition games will be ar- ranged with school teams. This team is not just for ex- perts. Beginners a.re very wel- come. It will be held at Valleyfair gymnasium Thursdays from 7 9 p.m. For further information con- tact Mrs. Heather Daignaull of the Pincher Creek parks and recreation departments. Skating set PINCHER CREEK (Special) The arena skating schedule for November will be: Tuesdays: 4 to 5 p.m. and 7 U> 8 p.m.; Thursdays: 4 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m.; Fridays: 4 to 5 p.m.; Saturdays: 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m.; and Sundays, 2 to 4 p.m. (Nov. 5 As a special feature, "moms and tots" skating will be pro- vided on one afternoon a week fcir a period of one hour begin- ning in November. Aces play today NOBLEFORD Tbe Harlem Aces will oppose the Noble Blades today at 8 p.m. in the Noble Central Gym. Tickets are available from any member of the N o b 1 e Central Senior Students Union. Saturday, November 1975 THE lETHBKIDOE HHMD 3 OK bridge test By MAIIG LUNN Special Correspondent PINCHER CREEK-A letter from engineers Underwood, Me- Lellan and Associates Ltd. was read at council. It stated that; the cost to inspect the bridge on Bridge Ave. for the esti- mated load capacity would be Approval was given for the in- spection. Town council was of the opin- ioi. a proposed Auto Body Re- pair Shop, with a location at the entrance to town, would prove to be unsightly. A motion to reject the Pre- ventive Social Services budget for 1973-74 was passed. The bud- get showed an increase per cap- ita cost from 75.66 per cent to 77.89 per cent which would I mean an increase of approxi- i mately ?150 in its requisitions. A discussion was held on the program and the benefits de- rived. AH purchase orders issued by any department of the Town of Pincher Creek which cover purchases in excess of must be approved by the treasurer INDIAN SUMMER The scene is an old tree west of Diamond City, just off High- way 25, and the cattle are enjoying the Indian summer sun and the last of the water in the ditch. Let's hope it stays like this until April and then warms up. P. Johnson Photo. prior to the orders being issued. The treasurer must be given a ecwy of all purchase orders to support the payment of In- voices. A letter from G. Turcott, law- yer for G. Rigaux, offered a set- tlement proposal for alleged damages by the town around the nuisance ground site. Coun- cil will turn the matter over to the town solicitor for his recom- mendations. R. Lambert has resigned as dogcatcher. The local Initatives Program will be operating again this year. The secretary is to check on the use of town employees in the program, should participa- tion be approved. The secretary was instructed to write Calgary Power Ltd. to offer the town's objections to its application to the public utili- ties board for a general rate in- crease. Information regarding grants and the purchase of the hospi- tal, if it becomes a municipal hospital, was noted from the Al- berta Hospital Services Com- mission. Councillor H a i g h ab- stained from the discussion. Moyie River to be tapped .1 million water plan in By NANCY MILES Special Correspondent CRANBROOK City council, with one dissenting alderman, has approved a million ex- penditure in 1973-74 on a new water source, the Moyie River. A 10-mile pipe is planned to Cranbrook. D i s t r i b lion im- provements will be made. The bylaw now has gone to the inspector of municipalities for the approval it requires be- fore a ratepayer referendum. In 1969 a million bylaw for urgent improvements to the present Gold Creek Joseph Creek-based system got a sharp veto from the inspector as "beyond the city's means." Council has given no explana- tion of its reasoning in going to the more costly project. Aid. Art Beresford alone went on record as opposing. Ratepayer defeat o[ the Moyie project, allowing the in- spector approved referendum, would delay for six months, an alternative Gold Joseph Creek vote on a lower amount. Consulting engineering ser- vice in July, dealt mainly with Gold-Joseph improvements and the city has already bought the proposed damsite tor this. "Attractive possibilities" is the comment of the consultants in 1968 on the Moyie source but its estimate then with pondage, necessary spillway and piping, was million. At that time its Gold-Joseph report Phase 1 at slightly over million "as early as possible" would have supplied a city up to people. Phase 2 at 000, also as early as possible, would have added a treatment system to the supply. In an emergency interim self liquidating bylaw for sup- Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Docoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 563-5149 plementary wells raised water rates 60 per cent, and will be paid off by next year. Actual operation was not sat- isfactory. The new bylaw would also be self-liquidating from user rates increasing from to a month in 1975, and to in 1983. Area of the Moyie project is undeveloped and still outside real estate encroachment, while Joseph Gold Creek area up to the proposed site tlie city owns is already thick with develop- ments almost to the proposed damsite about three miles above the existing Joseph Creek reservoir. HI. Passlwords Blairmore town office ribbon ceremony Nov. 10 By VERN DECOUX Crowsncst Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE Official opening ceremonies for the new Blairmore town office and li- brary complex will be held Fri- day, Nov. 10. It will begin with ribbon-cut- ting ceremonies. Mayor George Wait will be chairman. The two storey, concrete- block structure, houses the mu- nicipal offices upstairs and a full library, as well as other rooms, on the ground floor. The building "is 55 by 34 feet in dimension. Included on the top floor are the main office and lobby, sec-. retary and assistants office, vault and machine room. All premises are furnished with the latest equipment. Cost of the building, including fixtures, was excluding the cost of plumbing and elec- trical work. The building plans were developed jointly by Un- derwoods McLellan and Associ- ates and Marcial Building sup- plies. Local residents and visitors are invited to attend the open- ing. Coffee and donuts will be served all day by the town of- fice and library staff. LDS Church plans event BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass LDS Church will hold a rummage sale later this month. Donate articles by phoning Mrs. Sylvia Braithwaite, 562- 2441, or Mrs. Eileen Emmerson, 562-2183, in Blairmore; or Mrs. Louise Vance, 563-3814, Cole- man. The women are making an attempt to make the sale inter- esting. Date and time of the sale will be announced. Lions hold casino today CAR MEETS BUILDING Border Brokers Ltd. of Courts looks like this after a recent crash. A northbound car crashed through the entrance. Damage to the building was assessed at The car suffered damages. There were no injuries. Hacke Pho-to PICTURE BUTTE SKATING RINK PROGRESSES The third stage of the Picture Butie skating rink is under construction by town employees. Pipes are being placed by Cimco of Calgary. There will be an ice surface 85 by 180 feet. Completion date: Nov. 30. P. Johnson Photo Centennial society urged not to knock am tiling: COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lcthkidge Herald Correspondents in Your Area CLARESHOLM PAUL ANDERSEN....................P.O. Box 548 courts MRS. ALICE HACKI Otmrol Dillvtrv COAtDAlE MRS. PETER TVMBURSKI 1005 ENCHANT MRS MARGARET DORCHAK P.O. Box 1852 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIt..................P.O. Box 231 CROWSNEST PASS VERN DECOUX Cenorol Delivery Contact these people for your District or Classified Advertising FORT MACLEOD The Fort Macleod Centennial Society has set the dates of July 7. I! and 1'. 1974. for the Home- coming Weekend. This will he the major event in the year-long celebrations marking the lOfltli annivetsau of the coming of the North West Mounted Police and the estab- lishment of the community Letters will be sent to all lo- cal organizations informing them of these dates and asking co-operation. It is hoped all ev ent will be arranged by the first of the year. A calendar of ev- ents will be printed and dis- tributed. Homecoming chairman Jessie Heath has more than names and addresses of former citizens who have indicated they will bo coming back for Ihe weekend and for other ev- ents. The society Is the hub of plan- ning. It will publicize all ev- ents. Different o r g a n I rations are planning a variety of ev- ents. There will be one major event each month. There will be many smaller projects. Mr. Buckwcll told the sssem- Wy thai he didn't want to hear any project, small or large be- ing knocked. The society will s a n c I i o n all, everyone Is eligible to sponsor his pet pro- Jed. I Sunshine pyjamas offered MB. BUCKWKl.L George Brown, stampede as- sociation president, said Ihe stampede would be held lo com- pliment I ho homecoming. Ralph Rliea, golf club president, said Ihe club tournament would be held during a summer month that would fit best into the overall plan. The chairman thanked every- one and aid hard work, co-op- eration and harmony among or- ganizations and people would result success. ETZIKOM (HNS) The Elzikom Sunshine Circle held its recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Sam (Ella) Robinson v th 11 members and one guest present. Roll call was a presentation of a child's nightwear article for the Calgary Children's Hos- pital. Mrs. Clarence (Alice) Robinson was in charge. Plans for tire smorgasbord supper, fish pond and bed- spread draw, to be held Nov. 7 in the Etzikom school, have been made. The hostess gift went to Mrs. Gladys Stromsmoe. Lunch was served by Mrs. Robinson. Trustee candidates to gath ler COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Candidates for the forthcoming school trustee elections in Crowsnest Cinsolidated School Division 63 will be guests at a school division and school asso- ciation meeting to be held in the Crowsnest Consolidated High School at 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9. Everyone is Invited to attend. Paul Zubick, superintendent of the division, will answer questions pertaining to the school operations. Candidates are incumbent Joe Krywolt of Frank, Keith Lewis of Bellevue. and William Kovach of Hillcrest for subdivi- sion No. 3; incumbent John Lloyd and Betty Slapak of Blairmore for subdivision No. 2; and incumbent Mrs. Lorraine Aiello, Mrs. Kathleen Jamieson, Robert Krystoff and Robert Stretch, all of Coleman, for sub- division No. 1. NATAL (HNS) The Spar- wood Lions Club welcomed five new members lo the club at a recent dinner meeting. Inducted were Cal Galloway, Al Northey, Bob MacDonald, Lloyd Reeves and Harold Jangula. The club now has about 30 members. A casino will be held in the mall today in conjunction with celebrating the first anniver- sary of the opening of tha Greenwood Mall here. Bottle drive PINCHEK CREEK and Scouts of the First Pincher Creek Troops will con-; duct a bottle and can drive Sat- urday afternoon Nov. 18. "A SIMPLE TRUTH" Once man has the Sound (Cosmic) Current, there openi-d lo him the divine knowledge and oil enters into his grasp and understanding. Tiger's Fang ECKANKAR ANCIENT SCIENCE OF SOUL TRAVEL Box 1053, lethbridg. Millwright certificate for Kaiser mail NATAL (HNS) An em- ployee of Kaiser Resources Ltd., Wayne McNaughton, a millwright and mechanic at the Michel by-product plant, was recently congratulated by su- pervisor Tom Melville on at- taining his millwright certifi- cate. He began his apprenticeship training with Crows Nest In- dustries in 1967 and continued work on the by-product plant with KRL. He and his wife Sylvia, a control clerk operator in KRL's data processing de- partment, live in the Elk Val- ley and have a daughter, Dawna Adel. R-W-Y FURNITURE AUTO UPHOLSTERING 1016-1st Ave. S. Phone 328-5257 (ANYTIME) The Black's f'-M Man. A SIGN OF THE TIMES! ATIO" Q sign of the fimei Is a modern Classic suit from our magnificent sel- ection. We think a Black'i Man should look different and we're prepared to back up that statement with clothing that will truly reflect your Individuality from following leading Clothing manufacturers! WARREN K. COOK CAMBRIDGE JOHNNY CARSON Priced from TO Black MEN'S SHOP on FOURTH AVENUE ;