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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunday, Novtmber 90, 1972 THE lETHBRIDGt HERALD Mrs. Helen Wentz named to head home committee (HNS) A member of town council, Mrs. Helen Wentz, has been appointed to heart a "nursing home commit- ted1 It will study the present neaJI of nursing home services in the area. Tlie appointment was made at a HI eting of the joint plan- ning committee of the Taber G e zi e r a 1 Hospital. Gerald Brenin, also ot the committee, along with three other people, will comprise the group. Tjie survey is necessary be- fore any plans can be drawn up (or a nursing home here. In its study, the ad hoc com- mittee will determine the num- ber of Taber district people Eho are now awaiting admis- sion to a nursing home. Mrs. Edna Hunter, RN, ol Vauxhall, member of the hos- pilal board, is chairman of the committee. Under consideration is the possibility of co-ordinating all related health care services un- der one central referral struc- ture and the possible use of the new nurses' residence (no long- er required as Sparwood could win motel NWTAL (HNS) District of Spacwood council recently re- ceived a proposal for a 000 motel for Sparwood. The proposal was from M imd G Hotels Limited. It woulld provide 52 rooms, a cof- fee Shop to serve 85, a licenced dining room for CO, a banquet room for 200, a cabaret for 250, and! a beer parlor for 350. Hi addition, there would be a private club room for various local organizations. Mr. Zimm requested an op- tion for 120 days on a suitable parcel of land during which the necessary engineering and planning could be done. Council informed h i m that under the municipal act council was not able to grant options. His proposal would be studied by committee and an answer would be forthcoming. Women's auxiliary hears reporls SIAGRATH Ma- grath Municipal Hospital Wom- Auxiliary met recently in the nurses1 lounge with Mrs. Irene Gruninger presiding. Darlene Holzworth has bsen named secretary-treasurer. publicity convener Lydia Tricsli reported on hospital visits and newspaper notices. Sewing convener Nettie Hill- mer reported. The tuck cart is taken through the wards Tuesdays and Thursdays. Lydia Brunner reported on the Alberta Hospitals Associa- tion convention held recently at Edmonton. There will be a SI gift ex- change after the Dec. 14 meet- ing. JIM RENNIE APPOINTMENT I I Mr. Fred Filznar, Sales Manager of Foreign Car (Leih.) Ltd., is pleased to an- nounce the appointment of Jim Rennie to his sales staff. Jim's automoHve career has been exclusively in ihe sale of imported automobiles. QUEEN CANDIDATES These six girls of the Grade 12 Willow Creek Composite High School graduating class will be judged for talent, poise and grace at a high school ball Dec. 15. Hoping to be Queen of the Ball are, top row, from left, Norma Brown of Nanton, Brenda Fjord- botten of Granum, and Sherry Clark of Claresholm, bottom row, Barbara McDonald, Connie Stronski and Leslie Ewing, all of Claresholm. They were nominated by their class- mates. Three top Stirling students win congratulations, scholarships STIRLING (HNS) School board trustee Boyd Hirsche presented scholarships to three June, 1972, graduates who re- ceived highest percentage marks. They are Valarie Hirsche, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford Hirsche, now attending the University of Alberta at Ed- monton: Wayne Herget, son of Mr. and Mrs, Moroni Herget, at- tending Brigham Young Uni- versity at Provo, Utah; and James Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bell, attending the Univer- sity of Lethbridge. James Bell is the first student on record at the high school to achieve 100 per cent, in the so- cial studies examination. Principal Joseph Stevenson congratulated these students. He also said that of the 69 ex- amination papers taken in Jan- uary and June 1972, 14 were A- papers; 20 were B-papers; 26 were C-papers; eight were D- papers; and the one F-paper was from, a correspondence course. SUPER SAVERS TONIGHT AND FRIDAY ONLY THESE SPECIALS EFFECTIVE ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA LETHBRIDGE MAPLE LEAF SLICED SIDE BACON Ib. pkg.... STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. la 9. p.m. FREE DELIVERY IN THE CITY TURKEYS CANADA GRADE A, 22 IBS. AND OVER OR GRADE B, OR UTILITY 10-20 LBS. Ib. TOP VALU ALL PURPOSE FLOUR 20-ib. bag YORK PURE APPLE JUICE 48 fl. oz. tins.. RED POTATOES IGA SLICED -.WHITE OR BROWN (McGAVINS) 20-oz. loavei BREAD District doings Open till 9 TABER (HNS) Night shop- ping is on again off again here but only for the 1972 Christmas shopping season. For two weeks prior to the first holiday weekend, shops will be allowed to remain open each Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. Dec. 14 and 15 and Dec. 21 and 22. Fire bug liable TABER (HNS) The per- son or persons responsible for setting fire to the dry pit and landfill garbage dumps Is li- able for prosecution. The Town of Taber is also li- able for allowing such burning, says correspondence tabled at a recent council meeting from health unit health inspector James W. McQuillan. 4 outdoor rinks COALDALE (HNS) There will be four outdoor rinks in town this winter. The main one is the Coaldale Outdoor Rink. The nther three are make- shift but serve very well. They will be located at the Kate Andrews High School grounds; the Coaldale Tot Lot, 16th St. between 22 and 23rd Avenues; and in a newly-devel oped area on the extreme west end of town, 22nd Ave. between 23rd and 24th streets. Seebeck is hot COALDALE (HNS) The south County of Lethbridge pee wee hockey league is going strong. Visiting Red Wings, backed by a three-goal performance by Marty Seebeck, defeated the home Bruins 6-2. Fourteen from both teams share in the scoring when Black Hawks outscored Bruins 14-10. Canucks and Maple Leafs statistics were not available. Leading scorers are Ricky Traber with eight goals, three assists for 11 points. Marty Seebeck has six goals, two assists for eight points. Morgan Neville of the Black Hawks has five goals and two assists. Robert Janzen of the Canucks has four goals, three assists for seven points. Halmrasl, Sunshiners reminisce MII.K TUTOR. (HNfO-Mem- Itei-s of HIP Milk River Sunshine, senior cifizcns group held a meeting in Ihe town hall here recently. L. C. ITalmrnst of Lcthbridge altendcd. The former Social Credit wel- fare minister mndo Ihe evening cnjoynblc due ot his ability In reenll incidents In the area and discuss thorn with his old friends. nre reminded Ihe group's Christmas parly lit1 held in Ihe elementary school p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10. 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