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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thvrldoy, Nevtmbtr 16, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 OPEN LIBRARY Cecil Larbalesllcr culs (lie ribbon to open Lhe Blairtuorc town office and community li- brary. Holding (he ribbon are M r s. Harold Chamberlain and town secretary Alrik Ti- herg. Mayor George Wait welcomed guests. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dickson of Clares- holm presented an oil paint- Ing in memory o[ library supporter the late William Moffat. It cost to build. Grounds arc now being landscaped. Mr. Larbalestler nnd Sirs. Cl'amnerlain have worked many years for the li- brary. Dccoux Photos. up of District News i.S s i, Winners NATAL (HNS1 Annual SI. Michael's Parish fall bazaar raffle winners were Pat liilcy of Fernie, ?50 cash donated by the Knighls of Columbus; Ricky Gris of Spanvood, sheets, pillow cases and comforter do- nated by the Catholic Worn en's League; and Joan Bouliane of Elk Valley, cash donated by the Mount Carmel Society. Proceeds from the fall bazaar will go toward the parish debt which has resulted in the build- ing of a new church complex and relocation from Natal to the new community in Spar- wood. Welcome Elkt EPARWOOD (HNS) Initia- tion ceremonies for members of the newly formed Elks Lodge at Elkford will be held Sunday, Nov. 19, at 1 p.m. Larry Charanduk, publicity director for the group, advises the ceremonies will be held st tlic recreation hall at Elkford. Visit Nelson SPARWOOD (HNS) Sis- ters Dorothea and Josephine, members of the Franciscan 'Pass votes Wednesday BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Albizzati, returning offi- cer for school trustee elections to be held for Crowsncst Pass School Division No. 63, says voting will take place Wednes- day, Nov. 22, from 10 a.m. lo 8 p.m. To be eligible to vole, a per- son must be 18 years of age or older, a Canadian or British subject, and n resident in Uie district or division in which the vote is being held for at least 12 months preceding polling day. Polling stations: Ooleman subdivision one, Coleman cen- tral school; Blairmore subdivi sion two, Blairmore Credit Un- ion Hall; and Frank Hillcrest, Bellevue subdivision three, Frank Community Hall, Helle- nic Municipal Building and Hillcrest Credit Union Hall. Crmvsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCUtATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Dccoux, Resident Rep., Blalrmora Phone 562-2149 COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Letldnidge Herald Correspondents in Your Area MAGRATH MRS. MILDRED HARKER P.O. Bo> 97 MASINAS1N MRS. FRANCIS MUELLER P.O. Bolt 329, Milk River MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER P.O. NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON P.O. Box JM MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON O.n. D.I. Contact 1'icso pcoplo (or your District New! or Classified Advertising Sisters of the Atonement, re- cently travelled to Nelson M'liere they attended a meeting to form a Diocesan Sisters Council. Representatives w ere ap- pointed for the Okanagan, Nelson, and East Kootcnay areas. St. Michael's Sister Dor- othea was appointed represen- tative for the East Kootenay area of the diocese. Rummage sale SPARWOOD (HNS) St. Mi- chael's Parish Girls Club has set Nov. 25 as a tentative date for a rummage sale. The girls arc soliciting good, used items and toys for the sale. Proceeds will be used to- wards the cost of a Cliristmas treat for the senior citizens of the Spanvood area. Anyone wishing to donate items for the sale may leave Ihem at the convent or phone 42S-7733. See surplus NATAL (HNS) In Hie re- vised budget passed by the trict of Spanvood council there is an anticipated surplus of rev- enue over expenditures in the amount of The total revenue Iv.idpel :it is n li-.tle more than ?16.000 over the budget as pass- ed last May. It is about SS.OfiO over in Ihc general government account. under for protective ser- vices. over for trans- portation, Sv.OOO over for rec- reation and health nnd down on requisitions. The rcmnining difference is In the utilities and utility capi- tal accounts. Bingo winners SPATlWOOn (HNS) Prize winners nt the rcrcnt binrio, i sponsored by the Father An- thony Council, Knighls nf Co- lumbus, were Helen Androlick, j Mrs. B. Plcssis, Ijca Bcvelao- i qua, Carm Fierro, Marlene Plessis, Kay Hunter, Anne Smith, Maralyn McLean, Kay Eonficld, Sheila Little, Mrs. Steve Pisoni, Mr. Fierro, Lorna Dukshire, Lodi Romano and Dorrie Bevilacqua. Jackpot winner was Mrs. Ruth Polak. The next bingo will be held Nov. 23. Napi dance Friday PINCHER CREEK (Special The Napi Friendship Asso- ciation will hold an and native dance Friday, Nov. 24, at p.m. at the Twin Butte nail. People brio the while and native communities are invited to attend and try their hand at the various styles of dances. Clarence Knowlton and his Country Music Pals will pro- vide the music. Traditional Indian singers from Brocket will be the host drum. Any other groups of sing- ers are welcome. Henry Hammond poses question Coaldale curling weakens COALDALE (HNS) There will be no curling in the Coal- dale Curling Hink for the fall and winter 1972-73 season. The opening jackpot bonspiel. scheduled for Friday lias been cancelled. Lack of interest is the rea- son. The curling club executive has resigned. Bookings for the bonspiels were to be handled through the Coaldale recreation office. Oth- er curling matters would have been handled by club volun- teers. At a recent meeting of coun- cil the curling picture was dis- cussed, particularly in view of what would be available for the public skating. In the past years one or two sheets of curling ice were used for skat- ing. Cardinal 'hot seat' November 28 PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Napi Association will hold a "hot seat'1 with Harold Cardinal, president of the In- dian Association of Alberta, as guest. It is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 8 p.m. The tentative location will be the Canyon School gymnasi- um. Questions and comments are welcome. Who pays for hay loss? By 1MARG LUNN Special Correspondent PINCHER CREEK Who is going to pay for feeding game, farmers or hunters? This was the question posed by Henry Hammond, chairman of the re- cent annual meeting of the Foothills Protective Associa- tion. With herds of resident ani- mals in various parts ol this area, it becomes a question of considerable proportions. Fencing of stacks takes mon- ey and consideration should be given to compensate ranchers bothered by game, he said. There is no legislation at present for stack loss but there is consideration being given for agriculture land. In assessing damage, the feeling was that a person whose "word was good" should be asked to estimate damage or less caused by game. He work in conjunction with game wardens and police. Some members would like to see a shorter hunting season in the forest reserve and a longer one outside the reserve. Many hunting problems Mere discussed. A resolution was proposed Denfist arrives NATAL (HNS) Dr. Doug- las Anderson, dentist, has ta- ken up residence in Spanvood and will commence his prac- tice as soon as his office in the Tabor Block, Centennial Square, is equipped. Dr. Anderson has purchased the equipment and awaits ren- ovations to the offices. asking for four forest rangers in the area, but the Forest Guardian program, explained as a trial program taking place in the Castle Hiver Forest Re- serve, permits the forest rang- Ambulance settlement awaited COALDALE (HNS) The town still doesn't have its own ambulance. A unit is being rented. The Coaldale ambulance was demolished in an accident at Calgary some weeks ago. The town is being offered 500 insurance settlement for the vehicle. This and other mat- lers pertaining to the accident have been turned over to the town's solicitor. Councillor William Martens of the fire and ambulance de- partment has been contacting various firms dealing in ambu- lances. At a recent meeting it was said by Councillor Martens and Mayor A. F. Blakie that many centres, both small and large, are converting to a van-line type from the traditional auto- mobile. Council will call e meeting with the local doctors and fire department officials to discuss the two types of vehicles. The vans are much more economi- cal to purchase. ers to be more centralized and las been found to work better. More clearly defined bound- aries in the game regulations are wanted. It was explained that biol- ogists have the final say on the length of hunting seasons. Lo- cal game officers conduct sur- veys to assist. Local game officer Terry Wendland said that by their flying surveys it has been found that there are more elk this year than last. Guest speaker for the eve- ning was Hugh Lynch-Staunton of Lundbreck, a director for the Western Stockgrowera Associa- tion. 1 He said his association Is moving to protect the whole livestock area. Farmers must have the right to protect their land when, it is used for recreation, from grass problems, erosion, fire and livestock being shot. Some sort of regulation as to when and how hunters are con- trolled must be passed. The cost of policing land should be recoverable. Robert Mitchell will continue as secretary. Henry Hammond resigned as president but will continue to work for the association. The president is chosen from among the directors. Nom- inated were: Terry Webber for Willow Valley; Robert Mitch- ell, Porcupine area; Howard Davis, Tanner West Slope; Doug M c L e 11 a n d, Beaver Mines; Gerry Thibert, South Burmis; Johnny Hanrahan, Spring Point; Leonard Hoch- stein, member at large. About 80 people attended. The Lerhbrldgt Heralfl, can if Mn. Hllln Kovaci, lu IW, Lelhbrldji, AIMrti. Sltvt Marity, Age 16, loktficM, Onl, our purist. Hie C. Dug pointing lo the while ppace in loday'n fea- lurrd farlnnn. 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