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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHMUKU HfRALD-21 District Pincher Creek _____________ records 3 Claresholm youths in good hands fined for disturbance Ready for dismantling 'Pass Historical Society eyes Paul Baratelli's old shop Blacksmith shop to be restored BLAIRMORE The Crowsnest Pass Historical Society will meet in the Consolidated High School at p.m. Nov. and all interested per- teaching keep district housewife busy IRON SPRINGS This community has an air- craft pilot in the person of Margaret Warren. Her husband Archie is responsible for her interest in flying. She first obtained her pilot's licence in 1950 but by the time she had flown for 100 hours they decided to sell their air- craft. Mrs. Warren was kept busy with her household caring for her and teaching so she had lit- MARGARET WARREN FARM FOR In the Peace River Block 3 acres cult Grain storage cap BU Price an acre Available also lull line of up to date equipment to make this p complete unit PHONE 957-2607 REIMER BROS. CROOKED ALBERTA tie spare time for any other activity. This summer they made several some to Edmon- one to and some to other with her husband at the controls. Her interest in her old hobby renewed itself in the process and she has just recently renewed the requirements for a pilot's licence. A member of the Huntsville School teaching staff for 15 Mrs. Warren is also a third year student at the University of Lethbridge. Now that she has renewed her pilot's licence she is look- ing forward to a bit of recreational flying as well as being able to take over and help her husband occasionally when business or family take him on a flight to another centre Lions project PINCHER CREEK Conservation of sight is a world wide Lions International project. Recent- ly residents of Pincher Creek and district have received in- formation in the mail concem- ing the CNIB drive for contributions to aid the pro- ject. Local residents have sup- ported this campaign well in the past and it is hoped that they will continue to do so by mailing in their contributions. sons in the district are invited to attend. A proposed location for the old Blairmore Blacksmith Shop will be one of the items to be discussed. All materials and tools that were in the shop have been catalogued and are to be stored. When the building is dis- a large number of the old planks burned by brands of the will be preserved and used in the restored building. The society is also looking into the possibility of building a future oldtime Crowsnest Pass historical village that would lend itself to the coal mining history of the Crowsnest Pass. Many of the old buildings in the area would be preserved. The complex would be a long term project. Gathering historical data and highlights of the Crowsnest Pass's rich history is one of the society's main ambitions. Interviews are planned Many of the senior citizens of the area have ex- cellent stories to tell as many were eye-witnesses to much of the history here. Meanwhile the society is soliciting donations for the purchase of the old blacksmith shop and for the purchase of a piece of land that would provide ample space for the historical village and blacksmith shop. Donations will be gratefully received by the Fred Blairmore. Coroner's jury cautions inexperienced horsemen BELCOURT FURS CO-OP BUYERS AND EXPORTERS OF RAW FURS For Top Prices ship youK Furs to us ty certified PHONES I Offltt4tt-9556 Offlct 427-0631 901-62 Ave. Edmonton An inquest into the death of former Lethbridge'' horse handler Donald at Edmonton resulted in a cor- oner's jury recommending that owners should allow only experienced horsemen to load race horses into trucks. A Mrs Barbara MacLean resides at Picture Butte. Last August a horse being loaded into a van kicked with its hind legs and hit Mr. Chisholm in the abdomen. A witness said the horse struck Mr. Chisholm three or four times. Mr. Chisholm died about four weeks later in hospital from inflammation of a per- forated bowel. Evidence before the jury was that two horses were be- ing moved about a.m. Aug. 26 from Northlands Park. Mr. an experienc- ed horse was taken to Royal Alexandra Hospital and examined by Dr. R. J. Bury The injuries did not seem just scratches and but he was kept for observation. Dr. Bury said Mr. Chisholm gradually began to eat more and appeared reasonably though he still had tenderness in the chest X-rays were taken but showed nothing significant. About the end of August Mr. liver began bleeding and he was transferred to a special care unit. His kidneys were not functioning Dr. Bury and he was transferred Sept. .19 to Univer- sity Hospital to make use of an artificial kidney machine. About five hours after transfer he died. The autopsy report showed 35 complications and coroner Dr. Max Cantor asked if they could all be connected to the kicks Dr. Bury said. CLARESHOLM Three local youths were fined on conviction' of common assault and disturbance charges following an incident at the Claresholm arena. One youth was iibed for common assault. Two others were fined each for dis- turbing the peace. Arena supervisor John Van Bussell required seven stitches to close a cut to his forehead after the fracas. It occurred during a recent hockey game. The trio had not paid for ad- was showing signs of intoxication and bad been ask- ed to leave several times before the assault. Mr. Van Bussell's glasses were broken and he suffered a cut to his face. Recreation director Bill Frazer has barred the three Fababean test plot a success Fababeans have shown promise as a silage with yields and protein ac- cording to results from an Alberta Plant Industry ex- periment. Alberta Plant Industry staff were engaged this summer in an extensive fababean research demonstration plot program. The division's forage crops Larry reports as a silage fababeans have yielded 3.5 to 5 tons of dry matter to the acre and that the protein content has been 19 per cent. Observations on nearly 100 field plots show fababeans are well suited to areas of the province which have a long growing season and plentiful moisture supply. Since they can stand four to five degrees of they can be seeded early and harvested quite late. Mr. Gareau reports that as a processed appear to be as easy to make into cubes and pellets as alfalfa. As a dry they seem to be high in protein and minerals but are difficult to cure. from use of recreation facilities for the rest of the season. Three refuse to stand Turkey supper scheduled iMiBMjjuinmii Report your news to.... I'ilHlhii HllLiii miHni tVrii ii' 'ill'' I The Lethbrtdge Herald i Correspondent in Your Area PICTURE SUITE 1 S.P.JOHNSON 1 PINCHER CREEK Mftc. EDLUNN l RAYMOND I MRS. DELIA WOOLF ................................TS2-30M MASINASIN MHS.FHEDMUELLeH...............................M7-24M 8HAUOHNES8Y Mm.ALlCti.WAM ...............................U7-9M1 SPRING COULEE MM. RON HANSIN.................................7M4M1 8TAVELY MH8.VKM.BT CLANCY..............................Ht-MM Contact ttMM people for your Dtotrict Or NON- DRINKERS deserve to pay less for fire insurance They do at Abstainers'. Because our experience has shown that abstainers have fewer fewer home fires. That's why we can in- sure for less. If you're a can you afford not to look into' Abstainers' insurance your home HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd Avc.S. PheiM 321-7777 HURRY COALDALE A turkey sponsored by the St. Ambrose Catholic Women's will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Nov. in St. Joseph's School. The CWL will have a bake and bazaar table at the Com- munity Harvest Sale Satur- Nov. from 2 to 5 at the Coaldale Sportsplex. Mrs. Theresa assisted by Mrs. Bonnie Sturm and Mrs. Betty are in charge. Local Brownies and Girl Guides are sponsored by the St. Ambrose CWL. Cattle course at Banff Beef and forage production and business management are the three major topics to be highlighted at the 10th annual cattlemen's short course in the Banff Centre for Continu- ing Education Nov. 26 to 30. Sponsored by the University of provincial depart- ment of agriculture and the Western Stock Growers the course will be of interest to commercial cat- tle feedlot forage producer and commodity researchers and extension specialists. Discussions will include beef improvement grading assessment of the current and potential forage resource base in Western sources of environmental and market risks and labor relations in agriculture. The registration fee it plus accommodation on a first come first serve basis. The next meeting will be held at 8 p.m. Dec. 4 in the form of a Christmas party Gifts for patients of mental in- stitutions in southern Alberta will be brought to the meeting. in court EDMONTON Three people who decided to remain seated as the judge left the courtroom yesterday will have the chance to sit for the next 10 days in jail. The three had teen sitting in the gallery during a trial and remained seated 'when court was adjourned. When told to they refused and were taken before Provincial Judge John C. Coughlan who told them he found their gesture in contempt of court. He fined Barbara of and two men who refused to give their names or 10 days in jail in default. The incident occurred at the conclusion of a trial into charges of assault by tresspassers against Peggy Askin and Peggy both of Edmonton. The women were arrested Oct 6 when they refused to stop selling the Communist Party of Canada newspaper while on the property of a local depart- ment store. Catering workshop set WARNER The Warner Order of the Royal Purple will sponsor a food catering workshop at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Warner Evangelical Church basement. Miss Marilyn Tat Lethbridge district home will show films and discuss such topics Kitchen organization for mass Food-handling Menu-making for and other food service topics. Warner and district women are invited to attend and bring their own lunches as it will be a day-long session. Women from New Dayton and Milk River are also invited. Nurse hired PINCHER CREEK Mrs Donald Cook has been chosen to fill the position of public health nurse for the Pincher Creek area of the Chinook Health Unit. Mrs. Cook is replacing Mrs. Margaret Smith. She resigned to take up residence at Medicine Hat. PINCHER CREEK There isn't one decimal point out of place in the Pincher Creek MD books. Municipal inspector W. D. Isbister of Edmonton looked at the records here recently and found everything records and ad- ministration are in good said the inspector. It was a well earned pat on the back for secretary treasurer Ken Phillips. The MD ended 1972 with an operating surplus and in a sound financial position. The 1973 budget was prepared on the basis of a small operating surplus with being allocated for Curling club plans meet for Monday COLEMAN The Coleman Curling Club has announced that a very im- portant general meeting will be held in the Coleman Curl- ing Arena at p.m. Monday to discuss inter club curling with the Blairmore and Bellevue Curling Clubs. All members are urged to turn out for this meeting The annual Christinas party will be held in the Coleman Elk Hall Dec. 22. Arrangements have been made to have the Lightermen provide the music. The annual opening mixed bonspiel will be held in the curling arena Nov. 17 and 18. A total of 32 rinks will take part. The entry fee has been set at per rink. The first 32 entries will be accepted and applications should be sent or made with Mrs. Vi Kryczka at 563-3418 or Les Owen at 563- 3618. The spiel will feature three events with cash prizes to be awarded in each. Game group meeting set COLEMAN The Coleman Fish and Game Association will meet in the Lions Scout Hall at p.m. Monday. All members are urged to turn out. public works and for educational purposes. At the date of the inspection there was an outstanding tem- porary loan of Re- quisition payments were up to date or paid in full. Bank investments and cash on hand amounted to S67 143 Rail-line branches backbones WRENTHAM Charles Matkin of the Magrath Chamber of Commerce says railway branch lines are the of the com- munities they Speaking to a meeting here of the Wrentham local of Mr. Matkin said if the CP Rail application to abandon branch lines is approved in will be no reasonable alternative to get gram to He says there are many suggestions for alternative grain movement but none are at present and none are likely to be plausible until some time in the future Also speaking were Harold Boucher and John both of the Magrath chamber. Garth chairman of the Wrentham local of was chairman of the meeting. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS-CIRCULATION-JOBPRINTING VERNON HMMMH PATERSON COMPANY BARRISTERS SOLICITORS ALBERTA wish to announce the opening of branch offices in Pincher Creek and commencing Nov- ember office hours will be every Wednes- day as a.m. at the offices of Chartered Accountants. 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