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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO GIANT TRUCKS ROLL These two freight trucks recently overturned in two separate accidents on Highway 2 seven miles north of Claresholm. Rain fell and froze on the rood. George Horseman of Calgary limped away from his Iruck but driver Ron Johnson suffered multiple injuries and was taken to hospital at Claresholm. John- son was pinned under the cab of his truck. Both trucks were going norlh with loads of plywood and color television sets. -Paul Andersen Photos Passlwords Friday, November 19, 1971 THE IF7HBRIDGF, HERAID 3 sought on me Pacific at I'i ski club BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. io 4 p.m. Crows- nest Pass Ski Club sale of used skiing and sporting goods will be held at the ski hut. Persons with sporting goods to donate or to sell on consign- ment may have the goods pick- ed up by phoning 562-2767 or 5C2-2633. The sale will feature skiing, hockey, skating and all types of sporting goods. The general public is In visit the ski hut. to view ;mfl buy goods. An attendant ivill also be at the ski hut. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday to accept goods for the sale. The club i- also planning to show two ski films in the Isa- bcllc Sellon School Sunday, at p.m. Members arc selling "Think billions to raise funds for the club. COALDALG The Barons- Eurcka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pro-school clinics: j PICTUIIE BUTTE Tues-1 day, Nov. in the Library j Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TAHEtl Tuesday, Nov. K. in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to CKANT.KOOK arc Regional District of East Koo-1 tenay, with Icnay chairman S. W. Wilson nf i and lakes Kimbcrlcy is urging its ITM clenls Io submil icba.s non- technical of their separate opinions of best use o[ rcjional waters. Arterial rive r s north-south r son ih dub nurse of Expresses deep concern NATAL (HNS) A meeting Following Mr. Conger's re- Kaiser Resources Limited marks, the industrial relations was held recent- j department held a workshop in bin and Koo- mis tributaries, latch reaching Ore. opinions .it public fo- rums af Cranbrook Ma.sonic Hall and I'Vrnii- city hall, liolb Nov. will be recorded by KDKK lor professional con- sultants In collate into the tech- nical brief it has been assign- ed to present on their behalf to a provincial pollution control board hcarind at f'ranbrook in March. It is the only such hear- ing in tlie inUrior. This will he limited to techni- cal briefs es- _' tablishing slaiy'tn's toward i IRON WRINGS iILNS) _' .-.i..'. NOHLEKORD Wednesday, Kori RN has return-! mulh-purpose water use in Nov. 24, in the school from K, ,0 ]lcr'duties at Inuvik. j Uic province, to p.m. I for another six monlhs j The ItUEK November hcar- VAUXHALL Wednesday, Nov. 24, in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COAI-DALE T h u r sday, after spending the past three ing is for individual and group weeks visiting her parents, Mr. I presentations of what they ex- and Mrs. HI. Toktida. ly" and vice-president Harry Conger expressed his deep con- cern over the death of work- man Steve Marclnik. He hoped there is a lesson to be learned in this tragedy. Mr. Conger emphasized that the improved safety record in some departments is proof that accidents can be prevented through awareness and con- stant effort. Departments whose safety records have improved arc Balmer North, Harmer Opera- tions. Harmer Maintenance and the Elkview Preparation Plant. LUAl'lJ.'lljl' 1 II U J HI Nov 25 in the Health Unit Of- of the Inuvik General Hospital Findings will help the consul- in the Town Of-j for the past 16 months. L fice Building) from 10 a.m. to! Much of Ihc population of the i new 12 noon and to 4 p.m. area, she reports, is made up 1 i Nov 25 Eskimo and Metis people. polii.. ,u which supervisors were divided n The majoritv of the working sources is serving best the most toam< to case in the Health unit Ofnct in tlie ___ J__. teams to discuss case studies of past grievances. Each group reviewed the cases and recommended the proper action to be taken. Fol- lowing discussion, the ruling of tlie arbitrator was distributed discussed by the 50 super- visors in attendance. Tree burning okay sought SPARWOOD (HNS) At the regular meeting of council a letter was received from the Independent Jlrdc-- of Forest- ers, requesting permission to burn Christmas Irecs on the site cleared for the recreation complex -I Sparwontl T! District doings To donate IRON SPRINGS' (HNSI Members of the Iron Springs sponsoring a United Church Women have de- tree burning projectI cidcd to donate MOO to the Pinclier Creek Co-operative reports increase in sales ilii the money raised being donated to the Ways and Sociclv. In January" the trees will be picked up for a fee End later Ir.irncd. TIio committee hopes to organize a program in con- junction with the burning. A request has been forward- ed In tlie volunteer fin.- brigade In ssk thai they be m hand at the time of burning the trees. Reports heard SP.-M1VYOOD (ll.NSi Va- rious roporis wero honrd at the monthly Hireling of St. Mi- chael's" Catholic Women's league. The next meeting is sched- uled for Dec. 7 when the an- nual Christmas party will be held. Uev. Leslie Trainor suggest- ed that when (he new church is opened the women hold their monthly in a s s the evening of Ilirir meeting. 1IHY I Serve it straight and icy cold richr out of die fi smorgaiborJ, buffctsujipCTorJ citupcs, Itisil [.nod iu I 1 till! lirt tailedinl board of stewards. In other business at the regu- lar meeting, Derasc Hammon of Turin gave a detailed report on the senior CGIT Camp, Camp Horizon, which she at- tended at Bragg Creek. Mrs. C. Miller outlined the program planned for Iron Springs Sunshine Spreaders CGIT group for the year. The December meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. D. H. Oliver. Visit dance club FORT MACLEOD (Special) Guests at the Fort Macleod Oldtime Dance Club came from as far away as Pinckneyville and Grand Tower, 111. They were most impressed with the club and the friendly atmosphere. Others came from Milk River, Coalhurst, Cardston, Wetting and Pincher Creek. The bi monthly dances are held in the W. A." Day School. Anyone is welcome to attend. The club has been asked to entertain the old age pension- ers at their annual banquet, an event of Dec. 8 in the United Church Hall. Special service FORT MACLEOD (Special) special service will be held in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Sunday at p.m. when the moderator cf the Macleod Calgary Presbytery will be a guest. Rev. Gordon Williams, River- side Presbyterian C h u r c h, Medicine Hat, been grant- ed a year's leave of absence beginning next He is doing a study of the identity of the Indian people and plans on writing a book. Following the service there will be an opportunity for those present to speak to Mr. Wil- liams over a cup of coffee. PINCHER CREEK (Special) At tlie Pincher Creek Co- operative Association's annual district meeting, it was dis- closed lhat sales for the nine month period ending Sept. 30, 1971 were an in- crease of from ]970. Hugh Cameron welcomed the members to the meeting and explained activities of the Co- op: sponsoring youths to tlie Gold Eye camp, supporting 4-H clubs by donating to each club as well as purchasing calves on Achievement Day and assisting the Forest War- dens. One activity of which tlie Co- op is proud is the student train- ing program held for students in conjunction with Matthew Hallon High School. This is a scries of evening lectures and actual work experience. Air. Cameron told the gather ing that there would be no cash payment this fall, but dividends we're declared just the same. There was a cash payment in the spring. The expansion program deal was progressing well and Bob Nishikawa, general manager, announced the official opening of the new hardware, coffee shop, mens and ladies wear for Nov. 27. Frank Fry went in by accla- mation as second director for ie town of Pincher Creek. The rector iSRVAS; Recreation in iiigil goal- Administration Building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BAUONS Friday, Nov. 26, in the school from to p.m. Fluoride (ablets are available at all clinics free of charge. Etzikom Community Ciub aids children in hospital ETZIKOM' flLNS) Twelve j The next meeting will be held force is employed by the gov-, people. ernmcnt or as members of seismic crews. Others are employed in the construction of the Dempster highway project, being built from Inuvik to the Yukon. Inuvik is situated in the midst of a hunting and trapping area and located in the land of the Midnight Sun. Miss Tokuda Three awarded citizenship members and one gnest attend ed the Etzikom Community Club meeting recently at the homo of Mrs. Gerome Stroms- moe. Roll call involved the annual donation of a piece of child's nightwear for the Calgary Chil- dren's Hospital. A plastic Meccano set was sent to Master Ronnie Wiggcll. Dec. R at the home of Mrs. Nick (Vail Wiggell. It will in- volve an exchange of Christ- mas gifts. The gift from the hostess went to Mrs. Mike Ondridt. HONORED AT SHOWER IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mrs. Roy Cook was a recent guest of honor at a linen show- CRAXBROOK In regular citizenship court session. County Court Judge finds "the way of life very in-! Michelangelo Provenzano pre- Iriguing with the temperature j scnted three certificates of Ca- in the winlcr months ranging i n a d i a n citizenship following between 30 and zero I compliance with requirements, but climbing well over 80 above j (..andidales were Rudi Max Hcinrich, Denisc Farn- ham MacKcan, and Mariarma Krystyna fioldrzynsks, all ol Kimberlcy. Applications examined sno1 recommended for approval by Judge Provenzano were from Judita Varvara Nagy, Hans Jo- sef Hamacher, both of Kirober- ley, and Gyula Kiss of Cran- He has been ill in hospital. i cr held at the home of Mrs. ic.m ,u be for three years. I The sum of 5150 was set aside II. B. Haney. Mr. and Mrs. Cook Hugh Cameron is the other di- for renovations to tlie Etzikom have now taken up residence at Community Hall. Hanna. during the two-month summer Gordon Davis wins degree ETZIKOM (HXS1 Gordon D. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney (Sandy) Davis of Etzi- kom. received his degree in vet- erinarv science at Saskatoon Their certificates will be pro- and is now interning at Pull-: sented at the next citizenship i session, probably in January. brook. man. Wash. MOTORS OF THIS YEAR'S RENTAL UNITS These are genuine savings on our trailer and camper rental units. These units are In brand new condition, some used as little as three weeks. Don't miss this opportunity Io save. This is a real opportunity not to miss. FORT MACLEOD (Special) Members of the Fort Mac- Iced Ladies Curling Club and the local minor hockey associa- tion met with the Fort Mac- Iced recreation board recently. Mrs. E. Reach asked to have the curling kitchen stove re- vented. Permission was grant- ed provided the cost would not exceed SI 00. The hockey people asked for financial assistance. IjCO Bourassa, recreation di- rector, and Phil Ilodnctt, coun- cillor, will meet with repre- sentatives of the high setool curling club to "iron out" prob- lems and come up with a work- ing arrangement. There arc now four women's and four men's volleyball teams. Girls' hockey has begun with 20 members registered. VENTURA HOTEL COALDALEr ALBERTA Presents "The Peoples Choice'' TONIGHT and SATURDAY November 19fh and 20th to p.m. Make Up A Parly and Come On In For A Great Fun-Filled Evening equipped. Req. equipped. Reg. -Electric brakes, awning, fridge. Reg. equipped. Rag. equipped. Reg. CAMPER Healer, jacks, tie downs. Com plete hook-up and installation -Table, spare tire and wheel-hookup complete. Reg. bottle, bunk, 2 burner stove, ito box, hook-up complete. Reg. -Propane bottle ,2 burner stove, ice box complete hook-up. Reg. Only 7 new and demonstrator 1971 American Motors auto- mobiles left and all reduced to clear. Also a great selection of clean used cars and trucks priced to clear. United Motor! Mobile Home Division clearing all models and used in Jingle and double wides in Squire, Pago, Vista Villa, Belmanor and Nor-westcrrt. Phone 327-1780 327-0822 No Down Payment Inquire about grain in trade Low Rale Financing Phone 327-2805 Corner of 3rd Avenue and 3rd Streot South Open 'Til 9 p.m. Evenings V ;