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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SELL CHRISTMAS GIFTS AND NOVELTIES Patients of the Grandview tion of Mrs. Norma Leaviit. From left: Mrs. F. Owen, Miss M. Fullmer, Nursing Home at Cardsfon recently held a tea and bazaar and sold Mrs. Fern Wood, Mrs. Venice Smith and Mrs. Edith Nelson. Christmas gifts and novelties. Patients made the articles under the direc- Hull Photo Sugar beet truckers 'sober, alert, capable' TABER (HNS) A marked contrast between accident-free sugar beet truck drivers end accident prone, drunken late night drivers was drawn by Po- lice Chief Gordon H. Hacking in his monthly report to town council. Mr. Hacking said that, con- sidering the number of ve- hicles, mileage and drivers involved in the sugar beet har- Pate TSOll grocery dissolved TABER (HNS) Pal's Gro- ceteria, which has operated in downtown Taber on 48th Ave. for 32 years, will close its doors in the near future. Robert C. Paterson purchased the business from Safeways in 1940 and has continued the gro- cery since. Closure of the store is forced by poor health Mr. Paterson suffered a stroke about one year ago and a few weeks ago Mrs. Palerson became ill. A stock disposal sale is now under way. vest over the past two seasons, the drivers have been found "entirely sober, alert and quite capable." Through two harvest seasons they came through "without as much as a scratched fender on any of the streets or highways within the town boundaries." The 49 court convictions un- der the highway traffic act were the highest since June of 1971, and involved speeding, stunting, and hit-and-run for which the two female drivers involved paid heavy fines. Ten major (over dam- age) and 13 minor vehicle acci- dents during October accounted for the highest property dam- age in recent records. The total loss of in- cluled i three-vehicle pile up costing and a stolen truck accident accounting for 400 of the total. The 31 liquor convictions were down from previous months and included illegal possession, illegal conveyance and intoxication. Another 30 im- bibers were housed in police cells overnight and released without charge. The 13 convictions under the Criminal Code of Canada covered' a variety of charges in- cluding theft, public distur- bance, driving while suspended, trespassing, common assault, obtaining lodging by fraud, and public mischief. Mr. Hacking's report included a fine of paid by a Lelh- britlge merchant found guilty under the town's licensing by- law, ancS a fine levied against a local merchant November) found guilty under the town's regulation of busi- ness hours bylaw. Mrs. Gordon Timpson heads Foothills skaters son; first vice president. Mrs. Whirlpool bath helps patients at P. Bulle PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The Picture Eutte Municipal Hospital hoard has learned the Whirlpool hath is now in ser- vice and good results arc ap- parent. A new wax bath for hands has also been received, in addi- tion to the wax foot bath. For the past month, occup- ancy of the hospital was 69.9 per cent. There were 325 treat- ments given in physiotherapy and 320 outpatients were treated. A study was made of the budget for the past nine months. It was noted the hud- get is within the projected bud- got for the year. Harry Watson and Ben Nyhof, board members, and Admini- strator Bill Tonkin reported on attendance at the recent con- vention at Edmonton. Also discussed was the insur- ance carried by the hospital. It was felt the rates charged arc satisfactory. A .special meeting will be held to discuss Hie ulilb.aiion of part of the nurses' residence. EXOTIC 500 SALE TUES. 28TH NOV. 1972 A.M. AIRDRIE SALES ARENA 10 Mi. North of Calgary on Rt. 2 LIMOUSIN lull frrarll 7b, .mil hulls 50 llnlfi-, hii'd 50 ln'iliTsopi'ii cows hied BLONDE D'AQUITAINE- 50 nlw, (n.'.s lut'd In I.iiilomn MAINE-ANJOU 50 Iml III) ItU.'.lllI'll CHIANINA 50 r.ilv.'s I Illnl WESTERN LIVESTOCK BROKERS G1V !il AvomioSW., Allwl.i. The Foothills Figure Bishop; second v i c e- Club is ready for an active Mrs. Margaret Eth- secretary, Mrs. Doug- It has 90 registered Gunderson; anl treasurer, about 20 more than last Alfred Dunlop of Granum. Their professional this year is Miss Knizensiki of High River. The club will be represented at the southern Alberta meeting o regional skating competitions at Pincher Creek Nov. 25 and 26. At the organizational in the Claresholm Craft the following officers w ere Monday President, Mrs. Gordon The next of the St. Catherine's Teachers Association be held Monday, Nov. 27, NOBLEFORD (Special) p.m., in the library read- The north county room of St. Catherine Ele- board will sponsor and Junior High in the art room of Noble tral Lencucha of the depart- Registration deadline is of education's regional of- nesday, Nov. 29, and the Lethbridge, will deal with sons commence Thursday, Childhood Education. He speak of the role of parents The course will be taught their child's preparation for Mrs. Vera and what is expected of Christmas decorations will once their child has start- made for the first three to attend school. with other courses being of pre school chil- commencing the middle of as well as parents of in other schools, are Further information may to hear Mr. Lencucha obtained by contacting participate in the discus- Nellie Plomp at Alfalfa plant for Bow possible goal of Calgary BOW ISLAND -An cost, site selection, a n d on Calgary firm has made operation of a plant facil- written announcement to It will also compare pell- Fred Mellcn of Bow Island ciihos and flake as well as it is currently undertaking new process similar to cubes. feasibility study on an will also be a very de- plant that could he located market survey and nego- Bow of an export market. The firm indicated the firm alsn advised flint will he completed in April. arc presently applying for The study will cover all Corporate name of: "Island iccts of construction, Ltd." Szarko rules Milk Kiver MASINASIN (IINS) Harold Blumquist; inner Szarko recently was John 0'IIara; tylor, Al- exalted ruler of Ihe Milk O'llara; esquire, Verno Benevolent and Proleclivc chaplain, Boh Mal- der of Klks secretary, Bob Hobert.s; Installing Officer Yukio si cos, lincv.uk, Tony iyama of Tabor and Charles Hor- sisled by Waller Stewart historian, Norman Lclhbridgo and inenihers of and publicity dircc- Mhbi'idfie ni'OK patrol Willis Balog, Also installed wore: past social evening followed for ailed ruler, George m li e r s and invited guesls leading knighl, Cecil Bye: Foremost. Pielurc knight, Fred Mueller; lecturing I Butte, Tnbcr and back V 32nd degree Warren COALDALE (HNS) The Barons Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Nov. 28, in the Picture Butte High School from 10 a.m. to 12 neon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Nov. 28, in the health unit office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Nov. 30, in the health unit office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Nov. 30, in the Administration Buildup from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388; and Taber 223-3911. The medical officer of health COUTTS (HNS) Hacke and Walter Ford parente to ensure their Coutts recently attended the; children are fully protected Soulhalta Consistory of the An-! against contagious disease and cienl and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry- It was held at Calgary. There were 40 candidates. They received the 32nd degree. Warren Hacke, the Worship- ful Master of Century Lodge the candidates. By RUTH ZAUGn Herald News Service STIRLING A reporter in- terviewed high school students here last spring as to their opin- ion of the University of Leth- bridge. These students, then not hav- ing any connection with the uni- versity, had little or no con- structive views about it. However, the graduates now- attending the University of Lethbridge have positive atti- tudes toward the university. Two fourth year students" both said, "I wouldn't have stayed if I didn't like it il's great All of Ihc young adults from Stirling said they like the school for the exceptional friendly at- BLAIRMORE board of tooth decay. Information venereal disease, a mounting health problem, is fully confi- dential and readily available. RINK SIZE The official National Hockey 100, Milk River, was one of League rink is 200 feet long by I 85 feet wide. rench trustees of the Crowsnesl Con- titude existing there On how sors are by giving'private act-j'ors> French teacher and board vice on how improvements review the whole question of French as the second lan- guage. One first year student told School District No. 63 extremely helpful profcs- recently decided administra- the views, and j ;1 P I1 were "exlrcmely can be made. One criticism made by a youth was he fell more colors should be u-ecl in wall djcor instead of the off-white plain- less. One girl said she felt the arge windows, the vii the buildings attractive.'' One student, who has travel- ed abroad, feels the university 's going all-out to excel and to ;ive the students the best. He feels within a years this miversity will be high on the ist for excellence. A comment made by a citi- zen from this district was that within five years (lip university would close down from lack of attendance or would slide into the river. The student's reaction to this vas to slate the university's oundation was strong in all as- >ects: In construction and edu- cationally. TO LETHBRIDGE IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mrs. G. A. Cox has taken up at Leihbridge. i menls for the school music pro- gram launched last January. Students' purchase loan has been extended for another year. Trustees extended the super- intendent's contract for a sec- ond two-year term. The board accepted superin- tendent Paul Zubick's recom- mendation that a teacher be sponsored to attend a presenta- tion by Dr. Leon Jakobovits: "New Directions on Language Teaching; A Transactional Ap- proach." The board accepted with re- ;ccre- j prct the resignations of Mr. and j Mrs. Andy Stojak. The school debating club Joseph Krywolt reported requested and received finan-! on the ASTA zone conference, cial assistance to carry out its J. Lloyd, Mrs. Lorraine Aiello program for the coming year, and the superintendent rcport- The board approved purchase i eel on the ASTA convention at of additional music instill-' Edmonton. Officials will attend a scries of workshops dealing with the implementation of the program of accounting and budgeting. Mrs. Lillian Kutcher has been appointed acting socrotary- tcry-trensurer is named. Mdqy, November 24, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Candidates set in E. CRANBROOK (Special) -1 pire, and Stanley Wilson, who Municipal election day the sec-1 ha? resigned midway as alder- ond Saturday in December will men, along with aspirant Bill be busy in East Kootenay. j Campbell, will seek this chief In Cranbrook the three in-! office. cumbents on city council, Ty For three council seats can- C o 1 g u r, Murray McFarlane, j didstes are: Hubert Banks, Wil- and Don Sherling have filed foi j liam Cartwright, John Daigle, re-election with _three newcom- j Frank Hollick, Paul Lpwen, Peter IVIiskow, Richard Pinotti, .lack Read, James S-jences and Clem Thompson are two-year- tc.m nominees, though one of these might seek the year left in the Wilson term. For too city school trustee ers, Anna Mae Gartside, David Stefanuk and 0. M. Uri; two city school trustee seats will be contested by incumbent Flor- ence Gilbert and newcomers R. J. L. LeClair and Elaine Lunn. Additionally ratepayers will j p o s t s nominees are V e r n a vote on a S4.) million water Cncp. Bruce King and MaScolm source and system improve-; Smith, all newcomers. ments bylaw. In the Regional District of Mayor Maurice Klinkhamer coasts into the second year of East Kootenay two candidates, director Lloyd Phillips of Hos- his elected term. In Kimberley Mayor B u c k 1e is withdrawing, three aldermen, Victor Dick, (nc two other electoral a James Ogilvie, whose terms ex- posts terminated this year. mer and former director George Fedorek of Sparwopd will seek i the Electoral A director post, and Colernsn balks By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau Wardens' proposed street, ave- nue and sidewalk numbering project. The department of highways will be approached with regard COLEMAN E. C. Chalmers of Calgary Power Ltd. proposed i 1 i uc resiara increases m power rates at a ,0 stree( Iignts 4ed recent counc.l meeting. i at cast fM west of Council advised it will pay i (he town. on the energy demand per! Approval was given to subdi- month but not on the 12-month viding a parcel of Coleman. high demand. j Collieries' land on the north Council will seek advice from and the south side of High- Leonard F. Werry, minister of way 3 near the Horace Allen telephones. School. Council will contact Calgary Power regarding a motor that burned out at the local curling arena. Council thinks this was Mayor John Holyk and clllor Emll-v M'sura reported on !hc reCOTl Alberta Urban Mun- legalities Convention held at due to a recent power failure. Lethbridge. It was attended by _ Charles Gale of the gates' _ tive Social Service was present. He discussed the proposed bud-1 get for the coming year and also a number of projects to be un- dertaken. The PSS budget was approved by council. It expressed its wish that Preventive Social Service consider having the Coleman budget based on equalized as- sessment next year and not on population. Council is seeking information on available grants from the provincial and federal, govern- man ELAIRMORE (CMP Bureau) District deputy grand exalted Elks ruler of District I, Ron Collings of Coleman, paid his ments. While awaiting word, the j official visit to the 'Blairmore public works committee will- Eiks lodce recently. draw up a priority list of jobs, j six raw members, Albert This includes work on Nez Stella. Aiqi Slugehiro, Al Baird, Perce Creek, the town's water H. Kersolman, P. Brecht and dam, rock walls in the vicinity of the overpass and Flumerfeli park and also the Junior Forest Other classrooms interest teachers STIRLING (HNS) The! Michelson visited the George school staff participated in the j McKillop School where empha- C'ounly of Warner Teachers' Visilation Institute recently. Each teacher tislcd his pref- erence as to which school he would like to visit. This was ap- proved by principal Joseph Stevenson. Elementary teachers M r s. sis was on Grades 1 to 3. The Gilbert Patterson school was visited by Mrs. Dorlene Wilkie, Kenneth Peterson and Richard Meeks. Principal Joseph Stevenson, Mrs. Dorothy Drewry and Kent i Victoria Zaugg and Mrs. Elva I Wood visited the Westminster I ties. Tom Urano were initiated. The lodge will take the tra- gavel to the newly-in- Elkford lodge in early The hall committee was au- thorized to proceed with the laying of a new tile floor in (lie Elks Hall. Remodelling of school. LCI drew vice-principal j entrance and doorways will be John Hicken. tone. Cost of the project will Fifty-six teachers from bi- S3.000. Warner County participated. New ideas of teaching were studied. FQR Some teachers visited schools at Great Falls, Calgary and oili- er southern Alberta communi- COMPLETE District of SparwoocI IOSH1NG Louis challenged by three O G J NATAL (HNS) District of nominees arc Gordon Cook, Michael Kydomuko, Wil- liam Richier and Louis Ungaro. Louis Unsaro, the incumbent (whose term is oxpirins on of the year) is see-Kins re-elec- I on 1 k the o'l (i tl u en did t h at i i ti d In in oralilv race and niakhi their first attempt in running for office. Eight running for official nominees aldermen for a Iwo- vcar term, where three alder men arc required, are Joseph Aliomare, George Homier. Slu- Tt Johnson. Andrew Kr.-ill. John Done! ;TS I. owe. Robert Su n J it, 1 loi md I oh ert Thompson. The terms of Joseph Altomare and Reg Tay- lor, who are seeking re- election, are expiring end of the year. The third seat up for re-elec- tion as alderman is being vac- ated by Mrs. Molly Doratty. She did not contest the seat. Two nominees, Bruno Bevi- lacqua, seeking re-election, a Mrs. Armande Bouvier. a nc comer, will contest the peat school board trustee for a tv year term. Eligible voters for the n trict of Spanvood municij election was released as l.( voters. The municipal elcefio will be held Dec. 9. CONTACT tt' Lrtlibridgc Herald PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 or 328-4411 The whisky a man saves for himself ...and his friends. It's a mailer of lasic. So we take the lime to blend together 29 great, aged whiskies ...into one great taste. Adams Private Stork. Do your friends a flavour. Thomas Adams OISTIUHIS ;