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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1973 THE LETHBRIUOE HERALD 15 Public hearings on lane closing set at Taber TABER Two public hearings will be held here before the year-end to consider any objections to moves to close lanes and 98th St To permit the replotting of two blocks bounded by 58th and 62nd avenues between 56th and 58th one bylaw proposes to close the existing lanes and 58th St. which will be shifted to the east to conform with the street plan to the south. The re-plotting will also continue the green buffer strip between residential and in- dustrial and will provide cul-de-sacs in both blocks with access from 60th Ave. which will be extended eventually to Highway 36. Sportsplex opens Dec. 8 COALDALE The Coaldale Sportsplex Arena will open Dec. 8. Final construction and in- stallation of bleachers and other equipment is being com- pleted. A full schedule of activities have been drawn up by the arena management com- mittee. Maintenance people are be- ing hired. Date of the hearing was not though a date Dec. was indicated at the coun- cil meeting First reading was also given to a zoning bylaw amendment which would place annexed areas in a transitional and change some of the zoning to conform with need and proposed sub-divisions now in preparation. The recommended amendments submitted for action by Oldman River Regional Planning Com- had previously been suggested by the municipal planning and were prepared at the request of council. The hearing was set for 8 p m. Dec. on which date council will meet rather than on the regular meeting date of Dec. 24. Amendments to the town's 'licensing bylaw bogged down in the discussion stage when the matter of licenses for sub- trades in construction could not be established. will consider in the licensing Council provisions bylaws of both Lethbridge and Medicine and will refer the problem to the town's solicitor before returung the legislation for formal action. Wish granted district jail taken over probation CALGARY A 16-year-old Cardston boy who said he preferred jail to probation was granted his wish today in provincial court. Lawrence Atwood was sentenced to two years less a day when he pleaded guilty to i charge of robbery. Court was told Atwood pull- ed a gun on a taxi driver in touthwest Calgary Nov. 17 and is a don't need up or pass any Hie driver slammed on the brakes and grabbed ttwood. Last Atwood was convicted of several offences under the Criminal Code and placed on two-years probation. His counsel told the court Atwood the suspended sentence was something he couldn't cope with He wanted to travel and didn't like the restrictions placed on him by his parents. He said Atwood wanted to enter Bowden Correctional In- stitute where he could learn something. Crowsnest Pass Bureau HEWS-CIRCULATION-JOBPRINTING VEHNON BWrmoffc-WwiW Report your news to.. The Lethtoidge Herald Corrwpondint In Your Am tTZfKOM Mm.nuaiHMta eat-tir ENCHANT MM.MAMAMTDOHCHAK 7M41N FERNIE MM.MCHAItDWILLIAMt FOREMOST MOFFTAM M74N1 PORT MACLEOD QRANUM tact lor four DMrtet m Harvest in history Former residents of the Nobleford and Monarch areas may send their family histories to Box 156 Noble- ford for consideration for the Nobleford-Monarch His- tory Book now being compiled. a Harris comb- one of the largest ever built with a 34-foot cutting on the Noble in 1929. All-star awards given at coaches night CARDSTON About 300 people attended a father and son and coaches night here recently. All-star awards were presented at the end-of-season banquet of the Foothills Foot- ball Conference. Wayne former Calgary Stampeder middle- line spoke All-stars in the eastern hah of the league were honored as follows. Defensive Bryan Mark Craig Ken Bodnar and Ross Pic- ture Butte. Honorable men- tion Walt Jeff Hill and Ken Raymond. Defensive John Kevin McClain and Max Trent Picture Butte. Honorable Scott Chris Shideler and Jim Ed Leeck. Picture Butte. Offensive David Bryan Picture Rob Paul Park and Larry Raymond. Honorable men- Brian Coaldale and Max Raymond. Offensive back- Jim Ralph and Jeff Ken Hal Nym- Picture Butte. Honorable Don Mark David Russel and Mike Picture Butte. Following are the all-stars in western half of the league Defensive Brian High Jerry Clement Black St. Bob Vulcan. Honorable Mark Evans St. Murray Mike High Don Claresholm. Defensive Dave Per- High Brent Smith and Wayne Jack Claresholm. Honorable Mike Go- ing and Al Glen Roy High Casey St. Marys Offensive Bill Richardson and Brent District calendar Recreation office classes well-attended NOBLEFORD Functions sponsored by toe Oktanan River northern dis- trict recreation office are be- ing well attended here. Twelve have registered for oil 1C are registered in gourmet and 5J couples are learning ballroom dancing. Forty one youngsters aged eight to 13 attended the first gym program. Instructors are Kathy Marilyn Mr. B. Schurti and table tennis and keep fit classes are held at 8 p.m. Mondays in the Saaayslde SctMol He Comnwity HMattal Womea's Auxiliary will meet at 8 p.m. Dec. in the hospital boardroom The CoaJdale Hane aad AModattoa'i annual Christmas Carol Festival will be held at p.m. Dec. and again Dec. 12 in the Kate Andrews High School... The BlalntaK Efts Laaige aai Otter af Ike Rayal Parak will hold its joint annual memorial service in the more Elks Lodge at 2 p.m. Dec. 2 The Cardstoa Mlaar Hackey Asaaciattoa is sponsoring a fund raising game at 8 p.m. Friday in the Cheeseman Ice Centre with the Cardston Ban- tam Badgers challenging Cardston Jack Milk River assured funds for multi-purpose arena MILK RIVER The Milk River and District Agricultural Society has received a guarantee of borrowing from the province to cover interim financing on its multi pur- pote agriculture recreation complex. Lowell president of the Milk River and District Agricultural said Wednetday the money will be borrowed from the local bank Herald- District Shopping hours extended for pre-Christmas rush Jeff Paul High River. Honorable men- Tony St. Mike Bruis- ed St Gord High River. Offensive Roy High Hugh Brian Dave Merlin St. Marys. Honorable Clement Black Rab- St. Okotoks. Agriculture group names executive COALDALE Fred Burton was recently named president of the Coaldale and District Agricultural Society. Others elected were. Norm first vice Joe second vice and Ron Chizmazia as secretary treasurer. Directors are Elwin Dean Miro Eric Bob John Van Vic Charlie Bryant and W. D. Geldert. Mr. Chizmazia and Doug Campbell are society representatives on the arena management committee. The society was organized more than a year ago W. D. Geldert has been pro-tern president A grant of for arena construction was received by the society from the provin- cial department of agriculture At -present the society is making application for a loan of for arena construc- tion. Repayment of the loan arrangements are in conjunc- tion with the town of Coaldale and the society. The society has 59 members. A membership drive will be conducted in the town and dis- trict Membership is open to men and women residing in town or in the rural area. Anyone wishing to obtain a membership may contact Ron Chizmazia at 345-3853 or by writing Box 239. TABER Town council has amended a bylaw to provide extra shopping hours during the pre- Christmas season here. The Taber Businessmen's Association requested council to allow extra hours of shopp- ing in the two weeks preceding the Christmas week. Stores may remain open to 6 p.m. Dec. 12 and to 9 p.m. Dec. 13 and and Dec. 14 and 21. Following a presentation by TBA secretary Edward H. Fong and another extended period of debate and council voted to defer until 1974 third reading of a -bylaw which would have removed all control from hours of retail business in Taber. Mr. Fong told the council that TBA officials were and that council would change the in- tent of the initial request to have business hours extended to 6 p.m. Wednesday and to 9 p.m Thursdays year round he council had radically changed the intent of the an unprecedented and had given two readings to a bylaw which would have repealed the ex- isting early closing bylaw which had been passed at the request of the businessmen's association. bylaw is better than no said Mr. Fong. He suggested nothing but confu- sion would result if controls were thrown out the window. Council admitted having failed to approve or reject the initial TBA recommendation but was concerned about the effect of eight more hours each week on the small business place which employs one or two people. Some personal investigation S members of council during e holiday period was before the rescinding bylaw comes up for third reading pending receipt of a loan from the Canada Depart- ment of Agriculture. Other funds for the complex include a provincial agriculture grant of and a possible UP grant of The local society is turning its indoor skating rink into a civic centre at a cost of about Nearby is a swimm- ing and wading pool built last summer at a cost of It will be opened May Local citizens are contributing to the project. Mr. Osing said the society has received about in personal about from local service contributions from the Erie Rivers High School Students' Union and contributions from many other groups including the 1-17 Community Hall group. Milk River contributed heavily to the Warner Ice Centre and is hopeful of finan- cial aid from that community. New Dayton has pledged and Masinasin for the new multi purpose com- plex. The new civic centre will be used for badminton and dances. There will be meeting rooms for the Milk River and District Chamber of says Roy president. Bob president of the Milk River Kinsmen says Kinsmen and Kinettes are planning more fund rais- ing projects. To date they have held a beer steer raf- fle donated by Jay local sold held a fashion show and sold Christmas stockings are going to give a cou- ple more years to depending on what is going to be said Mr. Matlock The new swimming built by Dominion Gunite Company Ltd. of Ed- has room for 212 swimmers and an area of square feet. It holds gallons of there is a bathhouse of square feet and locker rooms. It's a big project for this town of 900 people. But it will serve a wide surrounding area and everyone is backing the effort 100 per cent LUTEFISH Available again at the STAR MARKET Phone 327-4393 Specialists in all types of ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING Atk about our Gutrintn ENGINES CRANKSHAFTS WISCONSIN ENGINE Sales and Service Centre Custom Engine Parts Ltd. I AtfVE A_J M J__ MA A Arf A I 1605 3rd Avenue S. Phone 328-8181 A lot of people haw been drinking your whisky. The 8 people in this photograph can stop production at Tradition's distillery. And not even the President can budge them. It is no joke. There are 3 teams of people at Tradition's distillery and they have almost legendary power. The power of taste. With it they can stop cases of whisky from ever reaching you You we have spent a lot of time money Tradition fo taste the yyay it does mellow As we say Canadian you can taste But making a great whisky is no great feat Most Canadian distilleries make very good whisky. The problem is making great day after day. Bottle after bottle. Sip after sip. This has passed the Ic of the Tradition T.iste reiinia .mil 19 guaranteed to earn the true Traditnm Uiti i Tasted signed these hchenlej DistilleriM Ltd No other Canadian whisky is signed as At Schenley we think it's inhuman to give one man the responsibility of deciding on the maintenance of day after day. The food he his his habits all contnoute in some ways to his perception of taste. And a certain taste is not something you can tap with a hammer You can't see taste You can't feel taste. You can only taste taste. And this is why Schenley has developed the 3-team method of whisky tasting The first Team.the Second Tfearn and the IfalinilKI Ifeam. Not one drop of Schenley Tradition can reach you until it has passed the critical palates of our taste teams. Not a drop It does not matter if a production man howls about schedules. It does not matter if an execu- tive says through clenched close If it isn't it isn't Tradition. Pictured here are some of our First Team members as of March 1973. Each member has earned his position by recording consis- tently high averages m taste tests But none is secure In the members of the Second Team wait And be- hind a team of rookies The Training Team. All of this is based on the fact that we believe Tradition is a great-tasting whisky And we'd like to keep it that way. Behind the label of each bottle of Schenley you'll find the signatures of the two who approved that particular blend of whisky It means you're about to enjoy Tradition. Not something close to it We think you'll enjoy Schenley Tradition. Probaoly the most thoroughly taste-tested whisky in the country. Schenkylhdition. signed by 2 teams. C in 101 in S Mciin'y Oislnli in s I Id C i Mil II i Anmvi i 'iry I It i C i i uli in S H M i v F i oil Aw ird ;