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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Municipalities to pay for ambulance service BLA1RMORE (CNP Bureau) Ambulance service provided by Ernie Fanlin of Blairmorc will cease as of Nov. so, and in order to continue this service for the residents of the Crows- nest Pass a private corpora- tion is being formed to be known as the "Pass Ambulance Service." The unit will negotiate a con- tract with the municipalities concerned to operate the ser- vice with funds from the mu- nicipalities to pay for the ser- vice, plus any fees for service received from persons helped by the ambulance. The members of the Crows- nest Pass General H o s p i t a 1 Hoard plus Ernie Luini, George Siska and It. Rinaldi, all act- ing as private individuals, will comprise the board of directors of the corporation. Tills action is being taken as Sugar festival plans completed TABER (HNS) Tabor's second annual sugar festival gets its official kickoff Friday morning, Nov. 26. with a free pancake breakfast from a to 10 Cartlston election Wednesday CARDSTON (HNS) There will be an election on Wednes- day, November 24 for five posi- tions on the Cardston MTJ Coun- cil and Ihe Cardston School Di- vision. Those seeking positions in the MD are: Division I, Norman Henderson and Ben Ol.sen; Division Ken- neth Beswick. Lorin Pitcher; Division 7, Mike Schneyder, David Wilde. E'ectcd by ac- clamation were Keith Olsen, Division 4; Shel'on Ririe, Di- vision 6; Harold Jensen, Divi- sion 2, and Robert Arnold, Divi- sion 3. For school trustees, those nominated were: Division 1, Norris West (incumbent) and Byron Smith; Division 7, Wil- la'rd Brooks, Dr. Robert Rus- sell. Grant Hinnian and M. D. Shields. In the latter division. the successful candidate will complete the term of office left vacant by the resignation of Dr. Fred S'packman. For hospital board, all three wards went: in bv acclamation: Bill Hoyt, tlieron Dale Wood. Smith and a.m. in the ice arena lobby, courtesy of a number of ser- vice clubs and local businesses. Friday and Saturday will be special shopping days here, with merchants going all out to emphasize the festival theme, "Thank you for shop- ping in Taber." there is nowhere in the llosni- lal Act a provision for hospital boards lo provide ambulance service. There is a provision in j the Municipal Act for local gov- eminent.'; lo do it. Meanwhile, preliminary plans are being drawn up for the Se- nior Citizens Nursing Home complex to be built adjoining the cast end of the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital. Plans of the proposed unit are on display in the hospital board room where everyone is invited to examine and pursue the plans. A book is provided in the room where interested persons can express views and suggestions for the unit. The Nursing Home Board is borrowing the entire sum lo build the GO-bcd unit. Nominal- ly it is disclosed that 30 of these beds will be used by senior citizens. The Alberta Housing Cor- poration will pay an appropri- ate sum to the Nursing Home Board to cover repayment of the loan on those 30 beds, in lieu of a direct grant. Plans also indicate that all SO TABER TIBETAN TRAINEES "Tibeton children ore fast and anxious says supervisor Mrs. fynn Kirkvold. She instructs six unit one pupils at the t. T. Westlake Elementary School at Taber. Interested in the Sesame Street picture books are, left to right, girls Tenzin Tsering, Wima Gompo and Wangmo Tsering, and boys Migyur fuding, Karma Gompo and Tsering Dekikhongsor. Gibb Photo NovarmVr 70, WT THI IITHBKID6I HFKAID 3 Two councillors to represent town PINf'lIKH CHEEK (Special) Haigh will present n program Councillors 0. Ilaigh and J. at the next meeting. Burns were appointed lo act Approval for a power line ex- as the two members lo the 11111- tension in the new alley, north nicipal district council No. 9 j Or Main was gjv't.n. One cummiltcc fnr the term of three morc slrret will years at the recent town couiv til meeting. Mayor A. Ames, K. Dickie -j iilu UJ I. and A. Wilson were appointed through-exit, lo the development appeal board for a three-year term. -Mr. Johnson, chairman of the preventive social services hoard, and D. IleniblLng were present at the meeting to pre- sent the local program offered by the 'preventive social ser- vices. Dnig programs. educa- tion, Headstall, the welcome wagon" ami councilling made up the program. The question of the town's participation was tabled ur.til further study was made by the councillors. 0. Besides shopping special val- will be built to nursing home, specifications (these pro- viding morc facilities tient This will for pa- provide for flexibility of occupancy. If there were more than 30 per- sons requiring nursing home type care, the unit would be able to accommodate them. It is anticipated that loan re- payment and operational costs can be covered from provincial grants on a patient-day basis. This, it is noted, is the expe- rience elsewhere and the board feels there is reason to believe that the administration of this complex will be as efficient as elsewhere in Alberta. more than 60 places ef business have set up draw bar- rels for prizes which, along with a jackpot of 200 silver dol- lars, will be drawn at the Sat- urday evening banquet. Daytime entertainment for the two days will be afternoon sugar beet topping and loading contests, all timed events, in which visiting dignitaries and selected teams will participate. Co-chairman Gordon S. Saun- ders, businessmen's president, and William Orfino, chamber of commerce vice-president, report excellent co-operation from all segments of the busi- ness segment. Featured at the evening ban- quet in the community centre auditorium will be the crown- ing of the sugar queen for the ensuing year who will take over from Laurie Jensen- there are seven candidates in the running. Tuber's outstanding citizen award will also be presented by the 1970 citizen of the year, po- lice shicf Gordon Hacking. Broadcaster George Brown of CFAC, Calgary, will speak at the chamber banquet. Following shortly on the heels of the festival is flic an- nual banquet of the local beet growers siated for the eommun-1 Moulton. Bob Harrington. Clif- ity auditorium on the following I ford Stoller, Harvey Koelse weekend. This alley has improved the ap- pearance of the south side of. the cj-cck. besides providing a In the cemetery report, Coun- cillor Higa said the committco was interested in rearranging the old cemetery north of town. The cemetery east of town is fast becoming filled and more land is needed. A radar set for town detail of the ECMP was ordered after a guarantee for servicing the set was received. The radar set will cost The radio-tele- phone for the police lias been approved. It will operate on a temporary frequency until the end of November. A letter from the school divi- sion stated that a high level of truancy exists. Town employees will enjoy s four-day holiday at Christmas. The days off will be Dec. 24 to 27 inclusive. Concert Dec. 20 NOBLEFORD The annual Christmas concert at Noble Central School will be held Monday, Dec. 20. Donate STARWOOD (HNS) The community greeting card in the Greenwood Mall here received its first donation last week. Sparwood Development Com- pany made a donation of S500. Each Friday and Satur- day until Christmas volunteers will be on hand to receive dona- tions and issue receipts. Dona- lions m a y also be mailed to Box 222, Sparwood, B.C. Information PICTURE BUTTE Tues- day, Nov. 2.1, at p.m. teach- ers at Picture Butlc High School are sponsoring an infor- mation night for parents and all parents of students attending Picture Butte High are invited to attend. Steenbergen most improved NOBLEFORD The annual banquet to honor Nobleford Babe Ruth and Little League baseball teams was held in the Legion Hail recent- ly. Babe Ruth coach Frank Jankunis introduced his team and presented each player with a token of his appreciation for making up a fine ball team. Departing players are Roger I and Lyle Fletcher. OUTCASTS Three five-week-old female border Collie puppies were abandoned on a road in Willow Drive, west Coleman, during the recent blizzard. The SPCA says the pups have now regained good health and are ready for adoption. Persons who have pets or new-born animals they do not wish to keep are urged to contact the SPCA. Decoux Photo Mr. and Mrs. Jankunis were presented with a gift by Clif- ford Stoller as a token of the appreciation of the boys for the time consumed coaching the team. Charley Sjogrcn was called upon to introduce his team, and, after trying to remember 15 names, this was done. The most valuable player trophy was again awarded lo Les Sjogren and the most im- The Warner Alpha-Epsilon chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi proved player trophy was won by Arthur Steenbergen. This trophy was donated by Ronald Raymond. Fix of the Nobleford Food Mar- ket. Kevin Luchia presented Mr. and Mrs. Sjogrcn with a small gift as a token of apprecia- tion for teaching the boys the fundamentals of baseball. The sponsoring organization. _ the Royal Canadian Legion 257 I presented each boy with a crest to remember this year. To move clocks SPARWOOD (HNS i At the regular meeting of council it was decided the Municipal District of Sparwood will adopt daylight saving time next spring. Members of council felt it would be to the advantage of the area now that Alberta has decided to use daylight saving time. Groups meet TVRKLL'S LAKE (HNS) The Hope Community Club held its November meeting at home of Mrs. Doris Muel- ler and announcement was made that the annual Christ- mas party will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Fletcher of Letlibridge. Gifts for patients at the Alberta Hos- Bladettes CWL drive nets PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) At the regular meeting of the Picture Butte St. Catherine's CWL. Mrs. Mary Rcnner. chair- man of the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society, local branch, reported that S219.23 was collected in the recent campaign. Economics and civic life con- venor. Mrs. Elizabeth Bosnjak, reported that socks and sweat- ers are being knit for Korean children, and also articles arc being gathered for the Dorothy Gooder School. Members decided In hold a turkey bingo Nov. 29 to help raise funds for a refrigerator for the school. Signs posted SPARWOOD l HNS) Signs have been posted indicating that Pine Avenue has a one- way entrance from Highway 3 and that exit traffic is routed along the street on the west side of the triangular park to Highway 3. This means Uiat all traffic travelling cast on Pine will have to turn right at (lie park to enter Highway 3. Posting of the signs was rec- ommended early in the year by the planning commission. Mrs. Elizabeth Strocvc and Mrs. Jean Huchala will con- vene t h e Clr-istmas party scheduled Dec. 1. Dealli ruled accidental SPARWOOD (HNS) A cor- oner's jury here has ruled the death of Steve Marehuk. 45, was accidental as a result of in- juries suffered when the load- under hoop NOBLEFORD (Special1- The Noble Central Bladettes started the basketball season off with a bang as thoy brought home the Lundbrcck Inviia- j lional Trophy in a tournament i at Lundbrcck recently. I The girls got to the final by defeating the Crowsnest Con- solidated Pandas by 36-25. In the final, they outplayed Ihe Lundbreck Sabrettes to the i tune of 43-2C. Slrlcy Sjogren of the Bladettes scored 33 points also re- valuable hold their meetings Uic first j and third Wednesdays of the! month with Mrs. Mary Anne Ailkins president and Mrs. Vi Mueller director. Mrs. Ethel Herbst is social sponsor. The group has delivered Christmas parcels to the Alber- ta Hospital, Raymond and the Siston Receiving Home in Letli- bridge. Pudding session FORT MACLEOD (Special) The afternoon group of the United Church Women will be making its Christmas puddings Dec. I. They will take advance or- ders and people may pick up their puddings Dec. 4 at the church hall. The CGIT group, under the leadership of Mrs. C. Koelcen, will hold a coffee break dur- ing the afternoon. Those wishing to place sd- vance orders may phone any j member of the group or con- vener Mrs. Mary DeKoning at 234-3469. Top salesman CAKDSTON (HNS) Lau- retta Blackplume, a Grade 11 student in the Cardston High School, was the best salesman in the recent magazine cam- paign held by the school. She sold worth of magazines. This was the best fund-rais- ing project ever undertaken by the students. Altogether they sold magazines totalling which was well over their goal. Morc than of this will go for school activity projects. Raymond sets new shop hours RAYMOND (HNS) Ray- mond merchants have Ironed out stopping hours, opening one evening a week with no half holiday. Some years ago the bylaw governing town shopping was thrown out by the mayor and council, leaving merchants to operate their own business any time of day or night. The decision to throw the by- law out followed a number of meetings between Ray- mond and the District Cham- ber of Commerce, mayor and town council and the mer- chants. At that time it seemed no one could agree on shop- ping hours for Raymond. On a recommendation from Ihe chamber, the bylaw waa done away with by the mayor and council in session. The merchants have now agreed in a special meeting at- tended by merchants only on shopping hours. Raymond peo- may shop six days a week as well as Thursday evening. There was also a .slight change in the hours as they were set for fl a.m. to 6 p.m. and Thurs- day 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. the two games and ceived the player award.1' er he was operating overturn- The Blades did not fare as ed. well as the Bladettes as they The jury, under tlx? direction lost llicir final game to Crows- of coroner Earl Tabor, heard j nest boys. They did bring home nine witnesses. Recommendation was that persons operating equipment sltould be fully qualified, that road surfaces should be main- tained to a better standard, (washboard conditions) and that steel roll bars should IK installed in vehicles of this type. Mr. Marehuk was employed by Kaiser Resources. something of value though as Lyle Fletcher captured the MVP award. RETURN HOJ1E SPARWOOD (UN'S) Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hughes of Spar- I wood have returned home fol- lowing a vacation to Vancou- ver Island. Reno, Los Vegas, t Tijuana and Disneyland. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Residenl Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 ror Continued Interest In lour Child's Future Educational Opportunities ANDERSON SUB-SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 4 TABER SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 6 Wed., Nov. 24fh ANDERSON He-bar These Are The letlibndge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P.O. Box 148 ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK P.O. Box 1852 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIE.................. P.O. Box 231 CROWSNEST PASS VERN DECOUX General Delivery Contact thpsn for vour District Nowt or Cirmifind Advertising. Council plans study of site PICTURE BlJTTE (HNS) The planning commission of (lie Picture Butte Town Council plans to make a study of the I former nuisance grounds site to determine whether it would bo suitable for a trf.pshootang range. In other business, council momlxTs decided I here will be mi charge for public skating this year. A charge will be levied, however, for private parties. Due to the parking hazard at the Klks Hall, a bylaw was passed which permit's parallel parking on the west side of the street. Anolher bylaw was i passed prohibiting littering wilhin Ihr town ;nul a copy of Uic bylaw will lx! distributed to residences. II t'njr'Y pn ST.SOO inrnrr.p nVdtirlion ;inrt ram roinpoundrrf yrml Plo.isr full dcfnils on ft h, n prn'.ion nt J Cn.'ilnbtihtMi, dnliiclihic MIRCHANKi 'IKUSI K'-'f rrhrnncnl .'V- In-ill u.'.ir return be m.iJc So r.cnd this coupon plan so I eon romhmR income lax savings 1or the with nil the i1lic' intercil to gain a infilicr retirement income. NAM FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7tli Street South, Letlibridge Phone 328-5548 ADDRESS_______ CAl.RARY I'RMONTON CRANDE PRAIRII' I IJIinRlnCiC RinilllR f.'O'IiRF'il. VAN'T'UVI R MEDICINE HAT Mad to: lAKMIRS MI.Ur.HANTS TRUST ,n .it IrIL ;