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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Sewage seepage probed BELLEVUE (CNP H. Brlggs, municipal engineer o[ the standards and approval division of the department of municipal affairs; T. Higo, mu- nicipal engineering branch; and D. McColI, Alberta Housing Corporation, all of Edmonton, visited Bellevue to investigate seepage of sewage to the sur- face of the ground in various sections of Maple Leaf. They toured the problem area with Mayor Jim Fisher, coun- cillor Bill WMle and village foreman Fred Jones. They met with council and a report was prepared. The village will formally re- quest assistance on the prob- lem from Municipal Affairs Milliter Dave Russell and En- vironmental Minister Bill Yurko. Calderwood welcomed IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Iron Springs United Church held an introduction service recently for W. Calder- wood, lay associate of the par- ish and his family. Rev. Baldeo conducted the service. Following a sing-song, there was a short welcome message from T. C. Noble. A coffee hour concluded the evening. Members of the co-operative parish were present from No- bleford, Barons, Picture Butte, Coaldale and other points. Greetings, from Vancouver, B.C. Here on the Pacific Coast the weather is quite varied. There have been beautiful sunny per- iods with fog, drizzles and downpours this week. The leaves are beginning to fall but roses and other garden flowers still arc present. The tees are towering high. You can park your car in one huge tree "garage" in Stanley Park. This is a province with plen- ty of good Scouting. There are well-organized dis- tricts on the coast, on Van- couver Island and through the interior. Sou'westers and slickers are essential at times. The person- nel, bolj> boys and leaders, show excellent training and the true Scout Spirit. Scout executive Ric Clark was away so we did not see him. He is in Winnipeg because of illness in his family. We did visit the provincial headquarters for B.C. and the Yukon. A warm greeting met yours truly from Scout Execu- tive Jim Sharp. He began his career in Scouting with H. B. (Hnrry) Holloway in Edmonton. Speaking of Harry Holloway, former executive commissioner to" Alberta, the word was heard recently of his demise. Of course, when we phoned and later met him, he indignantly declared, "Well, 7 wish some- one had notified me.11 He came in to North Van- couver from White Rock, pick- ed us un, and look us back to his comfortable "digs." Muriel Baxter Elementary School catclies up witli pupil explosion CRANBROOK (Special) Cranbrook school operations have already achieved the term objective of being "shiftless." Muriel Baxter Eelementary School opened the term accom- modating two sets of pupils in its eight classrooms. Recently the eight-room addition was oc- cupied. The school is now on normal hours. The addition Includes a lib- rary. The new four room Gordon Terrace primary school is pro- gessing. Its peanut-sized pupil body, including kindergarten, continues attendance In temp- orary classroom space in Amy Woodland Elementary School. Unusual feature of this prim- ary school is that the enrolment of five to nine year olds will be headed by a male principal. Bruce Williams is temporarily managing the elementary school with his own staff. Kcnl Wood accompanies hoop stiuleiils STIRLING (HNS) Students from the junior high school here attended a basketball clinic held recently at the University of Lethbridge. Kent Wood, a Stirling teach- er, accompanied the group. COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Utlibridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area PINCHER CREEK MRS. EDWARD LUNN (Special Correuendenl) 213 FORT MACLEOD- MRS. TEB SWIHART 234-3612 DEL BONITA ERNIE DALTON Gen. Del. NOBLEFORD Sptcial-MRS. L. LUCHIA Phone 824-3346 Contact these people for your district News or Classified Advertising We had a ma-velous session remembering Alberta Scouting, the Gth Edmonton Rover Crew and all the doings since the Al- berta Jamboree last summer. Then he took us back to North Vancouver to the home of my brother, L. E. Wcekcs, one of the old Cth crew and the one responsible for the Alberta Provincial Crest with the rose design. The Beaver branch of the Scout movement is getting a test run in three places in B.C., two on the mainland and one at Victoria. New leaders in the South Al berta Region may contact Re- gional HQ in Lethbridge with regard to training courses and help. Make a point of planning to attend the Regional Jamborette at dear old Camp Impeesa. Scouts and Venturers will not want to miss this gathering in July 1973. Congratulations go to Noel Crapo of Tilley, newly-elected president of the Lake Newell District. A meeting lo re-organize cubs in Nanton was held in the local Scout Hall. There was a good representa- tion of parents on hand and all were interested in having cub- bing for their sons. The first im- portant item was to get the nec- essary leaders for the pack. Ray Tofsrud, who was a cub leader last year agreed to car- ry on. and he will be assisted by J. Baird and Jim Magdoll. Bob Roddie will lend a hand at the meetings when required. Bill Fox was in the chair for an election of officers and Jan Hodgins look the minutes. Jack Scott was elected as the new president and Mrs. Rita Green was named as the secretary- treasurer. The Fort Macleod 1st Troop of Boy Scouts spent a cold, snowy weekend, at Children's Dam. The camp-out, despite the weather, was acclaimed suc- cessful. Leade-s of the 17-boy troop aie Steve Burger, Doug Fieger and Jim Van Wyck, all Queen's Scouts. The Fort Macleod Isl Pack- er Boy Cubs held a Halloween parly in the Scout Hall. The 32 cubs and their leaders spent the afternoon judging costumes, playing games and devouring food. In the First A Sparwood Cub Pack two members were re- cently presented with their col- ors They were Stephen Andersen aid Donald Venzie. Both were former Cubs who have trans- ferred lo the pack. The A and B Packs combined their efforts recently for a bol- lle drive. About 30 cubs partici- pated and there was a good turnout of parents with suitable vehicles for the collection dut- ies. The bottle drive was highly successful with about 500 cases of beer bottles being collected and an equivalent number of pop bottles. The two packs will be holding a joint ceremony on Nov. M, at the Spanvood Secondary School. Parents of Ihe cubs lo be invested are specifically In- vited to attend the investiture but others will also be welcome. The leaders of the cubs plan to serve lunch and coffee follow- ing the ceremoney. Now lo you of the Prairie Rose province our grcelings. We will see you or hear of you soon as Day, Nov. 11, rolls around. Do wear a poppy! Good hunling, all! The Easy Choice. The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. Knights install officers NATAL (HNS) A joint in- stallation of officers, members from Natal Father Anthony and Femie councils of the Knights of Columbus, was held recently in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church at Sparwood. District deputy Bert Frock- lage, assisted by warden Bruno Cecco, both members of Kim- berley Council No. 4821, were the installing officers. Rev. Joe Smith of Sparwood said the prayer and blessing. Natal and Fernie council chiefs respectively: Grand knights Raymond Rousseau and Joe Gigliotti; deputy grand bcrt Carrigan; chancellors, George Klemak and John Mak- osko; financial secretaries, Silvio Fornasicr and Terrance Garvey; recorders, John Des- jardios and Everiste Naccar- to, wardens, Charlie Anselmo Pete Reghenas; treasur- ers, Bruno Bevilaequa and Piere Holland; program direc- tors, Abby Desjardins and Al- bert Camgan; membership directors, Andy Latka and John Makosko; lecturers, Slro Cim- clini and Bert Pierpont; trus- tees, Adrian Roberge, Pete Letasy, Andy Latka and John Ankalowicz; advocates, Siro Cimolini and J. Macintosh; In- side guards, Cliff Hrdlicka and Anthony Mooseman; outside guards, Joe Fires and J. Mate- jka, and L. Prive. 6Pass power rate hikes appear to be imminent Boys harass family STIRLING (HNS) The RCMP say a recent incident is an attempted arson. Recently boys in a light-de- livery truck dropped straw bales In front of Ch've Adam- son's home. A member of the family came upon a youth pouring gasoline on Ihe bales. He ran and jump- ed into a truck. The Adamsons pulled the bales across the sidewalk to three feet from their house thinking no one would light them. Later the bales were touched off. The discovery was made before the house could Ignite. Mr. Adamson said he hopes the youths will now realize how dangerous this type of thing can be. The same night his car and a neighbor's were messed by tlirown eggs. A large fire was also set in the street close to the park. Hummel, Lindermaii re-elected MILK RIVER (HNS) The Border Seed Cleaning Co-op held its annual meeting in the office of the plant recently. All direclors were present as well as several shareholders. Robert Hummel and Les Linderman were re-elected as directors for further three-year terms. The plant handled Bushels of grain during the >nst season. e w machinery is being in- stalled and should be ready for operation in a short lime. Prices for the coming season, ,nflov Ihe completion of installa- ion, will Iw eight cents a bush- el for cleaning and 12 cents a bushel for treating. The treal- ins; process showed a slight j j profit while cleaning was done j nl a loss. Seagram's FIVER CANADIAN KYH WHISKY Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky. IllcmlcJ bolllcd by Joif jih C. fr Soni Lid., WileiloD, Christinas decora tioiis featured PICTUKE BUTTE (1-INS) The north county of Lcllibridse regional recreation department is sponsoring a handicraft class. II. will held In Ihe north county recreation office, Pic- lure BuKc. Instructions In ma era me, Chrislmas decorations, batik, and candlecrafl. will be given every second Thursday begin- nir.R Thursday, Nov. 16 from 7 lo 0 p.m. Furl her Information and reg- istration forms arc available i from the recreation office. Thursday, Novlmbtr 1972 THE LETH1RIDGE HERALD Mass honors dead WINTER COMES TO HANG SANG COMPANY-The winter years are definitely here for ihe Hang Sang Company at Mountain View. Hang Sang is dead and buried but still remembered by Mountain View residents. His store, pool Ja'ble and rooming house were well used in yesteryear. COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) E. C. Chalmers of Calgary Power was present at a recent Coleman council meeting and advised council the utility com- pany is going to apply to the public utilities board for an in- crease in power rate charges. The town was informed rates had not yet been increased to bring them to the standard rate, a 33 per cent increase from the present rate. Calgary Power is also propos- ing an increase of 36 per cent Jan. I and a further six per- cent. They will apply to the public utilities board. Council is going to hold a spe- cial meeting to discuss the pro- posals. Council advised a party has made enquiries about the avail- ability of a large building in town lor the purpose of setting up an industry to build camp- ers and trailers. Available prop- erty will be shown to interested people. A school bus stop will be erected on the south side of Highway 3 east of the Mountain Lunch Drive-In at a location where students will have a good view of the highway. Motorists will be able to see children crossing the road. Mayor Holyk will speak at the annual Remembrance Day service. Mrs. Emily Misura, council- lor, will place the town wreath. Council will make enquiries to both provincial and federal governments regarding the availability of incentive pro- gram grants for seasonal pro- jects. Authorization was received from the board of trustees of t h e Crowsnest Consolidated school division regarding snow removal sen-ice. The town will provide this service. Town crews will not Ire able to do the necessary repair work to Nez Perce Creek in town until negotiations are complet- ed with the water resources de- partment. Council received plans of the new Pineview subdivision which disclosed Uial 67 choice lots are available. Enquiries are invited at the town office. A board of appeal regarding tlie towns property assessments will be held Nov. 9. Coleman delegates Mavor John Holyk and councillor Ted Kryczka are awaiting a local government study by Under- wood, McLellan and Associates which they will present to coun- cil. John Hopkins was hired as town meter reader. Bruno Mar- kowski is arena caretaker. Council is awaiting reports from a consulting engineer re- garding a shopping centre for Coleman. Mayor Holyk, councillors and their wives have been invited by Fire Chief Henry Zak to at- tend the annual ball and ban- quet Nov. 25. Negotiations are under way between the town and depart- ment of municipal affairs for a sewer hookup for residents liv- ing in the improvement dis- tricts on the outskirts of town limits. NATAL (HNS) Under the direction of the Royal Cani- dian Legion, Michel KaUl Branch 81, plans have been completed for the observance of Rememberazce Day Satur- day in the district of Sparwood. Veterans and Legion m e m- bers will attend a memorial mass, in tribute to all those who paid the supreme sacrifice, JO a.m. in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. Joe Smith officiating. Following the service the con- gregation will assemble and parade lo the cenotaph. All veterans and the general public are cordially invited to take part in the parade and attend the short sen-ice at 11 a.m. The Legion will also hold is annual smoker in the Michel Hotel basement at 2 p.m. with J. D. Grocutt acting as master of ceremonies. Farewell gift NATAL (HNS) The regu- lar meeting of the Michel-Natal Hospital Employees Union No. 180 was held at the home of Mrs. Josephine Feragotti re- cently. H. Perkins, staff representa- tive for the Michel Natal Unit, was presented with a fare- well gift. He will no longer be representative of the local group as his territory will now cover only the West and Okanagan areas. Mrs. Bcv Hutdiinson present- ed Mr. Perkins -with a silver spoon bearing the district of Sparwood crest. The next regular meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Pat Johnson in Spanvood Nov. 13, at p.m. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Dteouit, Retident Rep.F Blairmore Phone 562-2M9 Available Only At Centre Village IGA Here's the English Dinnerware you have always wanted Gold Medallion by ENOCH WEDGWOOD (TUNSIALL) ITD. FREE SAVE-A-TAPE Ann ItS the easy Look how easy it is to collect a service for 4, 6, 8 or more. Each time you shop at our store, save the cash register receipts. Every of cash tapes that you accumulate entitles you to a FREE 4-PIECE PLACE SETTING Each place setting consists ol the dinner plate, cup, saucer and dessert dish. Start saving your cash receipts today. Pick up our special Save-a-Tapft Envelope from the display or from your cashier. Vour Gold Medallion Dmnerwaic is covered under an open stock guardnice. Should you wish to replace any single piece of your P'casr write to: Gold Medallion, P.O. Box 2000. Terminal Toronto I, Ontario. Matching Completer Pieces are also available Collect Each Item... VEGETABLE BOWL EACH PIECE FREE WITH 1 ENVELOPL (S50.00WOHTH OF CASH TAPES) CREAMER ;