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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Turkey Blanev heads Kinsmen Passords Ernie Luini takes course Stan Gasior is registrar. i The two directors arc Jcan- Dircctors are Howard Olson, elle Forchuk and Jean Olson. Jim Jeff McKay, and Bulletin editor is Jean Olson. George Forchuk On the sick am! visiting coin- District Deputy Governor, The Kincttes h e I d part of mittcc is JcancUe Forchuk and Carmen Thomson of Medicine their meeting at the home of Km supply is to be handled by Uiimcn mom outgoing president, Myrna Bla- the secretary. The ways VAUXI1ALL A joint in- stallation was held recently by the Vauxhall and District Kins- men and the Kinetics. and aw. They then went to the corn- means will be handled by all BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Ernie Luini, administrator of the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital, will attend a seminar cent capacity during the past: treasurer is Darwin Ben- net. Hat was present to officiate. The new Vauxhall president -.._, taking office was Ken Blanev. munity hall for installation. members. The vice president is Ted The new presi dent is Anne Lach is to come forward with Bruins, the vice president is ideas. The house and program Tom Bailey and Gladys Forchuk, secretary is committee will be managed by Secretary is A meeting to be attended by government officials, members of the local town councils and Laura Nntlrass and is Helen Gasior. on hospital administration lo the hospital board will be held be held in Banff. Mr. Luini reports the hospi- tal has been filled to 85 per this month to discuss the se- nior citizens and nursing home to be built at the hospital. Pianist Krywolt performs Ice get top priority FRANK (CNP Bureau) Al- bert Krywolt recently present- ed a piano recital at the home her husband John. Mr. Krywolt with a presented SNK) gift. Mr. Krywolt and his wife and of his former music teacher son will leave for Rome Oct. 1 Mrs. Madeline Pinkney. The 50 persons attending were thrilled by his mastery. Following the event Mrs. Kay Kerr on behalf of herself and here he will pursue his music career. While in Italy he will receive in absentia his mas- ter's degree in music from the University of Alberta. SPAIiWOOD (II.N'S) The Spanvood recreation commit- tee met recently and two groups were formed. Sid Wiwchar is cheirman of committee w treasurer each member taking her turn. The Kinetics returned to Myr- na Blaney's home for the con- clusion of the meeting and had lunch there. The outgoing president was to have presented a plaque to the new president. However, since the article had not ar- rived this will be done at the next meeting. j The next project for the Kins- men is to be their turkey shoot The recreation was formed more the promotion committee JRCMP seek theft clues SPARWOOD (HNS'I Fra-1 to cut through hinges on the ser's Texaco Service Station at door, ignoring a torch close al Natal was broken into recently j hand, and in cash stolen. RCMP officers from Spar- The money was in a safe, wood and Cranbrook are mves- The thief or 'thieves used a saw I tigating the break-in. Child eves to be tested BLAIRMORE (CNP professional care for various Oddfellows and Rebekahs of; eye defects such as. amblyopia, the Crowsnest Pass will hold astigmatism, short sighted- thcir annual eye screening ness, far sightedness. muscle defects and other problems. Patrols caution voiced Buffalo 'for sale at S150 :ach eye clinic (visual acuity test) for preschool children four to six years of age Oct. 12, 13 and 14. Tuesday, Oct. 12, a clime will be held at the Credit Union Hall, Blah-more, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13. it will be held at the Elks Hall, Cole- man, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 14 the clinic will be held at the Municipal Building Bel- levue, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Most of the parents were un- aware that anything was wrong with the child's eyes, prior to these clinics. Much of what a child knows, he learns through his eyes, which change with growth. A regular eye examination once a year is the most sensi- ble procedure to follow for real proteclion. Early treatment of defects, particularly cross- COALDALE (HNS) Curl- ing in the Coaldale Ciu'hng Chief Victor Mayer recently voiced a word of caution to motorists here regarding school partols. He said motorists must obey instructions and signs of school patrols. The children appointed "Do a fine job and we don't want any iccidents. We want the co-oper- Molly Latka heads the fund-, which will be held Oct. 10 at raising group. Each will recruit! (he Vauxhall Trap Shoot range. members. committee than one anrj year ago and to date it has iias been held back for lack of funds and red tape of one kind or another. It is hoped funds can be raised by payroll deductions from industry and fund-raising events within the community. At the present time the com- mittee has approximately 000 on hand. The committee hopes to call for bids in the very near fu- ture for a complex including arena, curling rink, swimming pool, and community hall. Due to lack of funds it is this EDMONTON (CP) In- thought Ihe skating rink-curling I rink and community hall will be given first priority. Money accounted for to date includes from the Boy Scoutts; SI.000 from Finning Tractor; from the RDEK from the sale of the arena and curling rink at Na- tal; from the munci- terested in starting a buffalo ranch? If so, bargain stock has he- come available at Elk Island National Park, just east of here, where the national parks branch has decided to sell sin-plus buffalo. Price? Between S150 and S200 each for yearlings to five-year-olds of either Purchases are limited to Canadian residents and com- panies interested in buffalo ranching. CARDSTON (UN'S) The Chief Mountain Health Unit will hold regular pre-school and adult clinics as follows: C'AHDSTON: Thursdays from 10 to a.m. and to 'at the MD Building in the clinic office. MAGRATI1: Tuesdays from 10 to a.m. at the clinic office. UEL BOMTA: Tuesday, Oct. 5 Irom 2 to 3 p.m. at the school. IIILLSPIUNG: Wednesday, Oct. 6 from to 11 a.m. at the church. WATEIITON I'AHK: Wednes- day, Oct. 6 from 1 to 2 p.m. at the Lions Hall. GLENW 0 0 D: Wednesday, Oct. 27 from 10 to 11 a.m. at the school. Dr. Kurt Adler, medical ol- 1 ficer of health, urges parents to ensure their children arc fully protected against contag- ious disease. i COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is spon- soring the following infant and pre-school clinics: COALHURST: Tuesday. Oct. 5. in the Legion Hall from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Oct. 5, in the health unit office in the Ad- Saturday, Otlobei 5, 1971 IHt IE1HHRIDGE HERAID 3 Hen pheasants policy blasted COALDALE (HNS) The, The board passed the follow- Lcthbridge county southern re- ing resolution: "The board is gional recreation board is op- opposed to Ihc shooting of hen posed to the government's pol- j pheasants in Alberta at this icy regarding shooting of hen I point in time and the minister the 1971 upland of the department of lands and pheasants in bird season. A letter has been wrlten to forests is requested to close the season on shooting of hen W. 'arruck, minister of lands j pheasants." wests, and copies to The board urge copn lily minister Dr. V. Wood, Coal- dale Fish and Game Associa- lion and the editor of the Leth- bridge Herald. In discussions by the board it the hunting regulation be changed by an order-in-eonncil to prohibit this. Primary reasons outlined by the board for taking tills stand were: "The pheasant popula- tion in main parts of the south, was stated: shooting of hen pheasants will be permitted in i where must of our pheasants Alberta this fall on the basis! are found, is al a low ebb and (if one per clay per hunter and j the shooting of hens under Ihe season is open to all a on almost basis." these conditions may result in an irreparable damage to our pheasant population." Open house for newly-weds lo held at Coaldale Oct. 16 COALDALE (HNS) A com- Falling.'' accompanied by pia- munilv shower in honor of Miss nist Connie King. Marion Nola, bride-elect, was An open house in honor of held in the Coaldale United the couple will be held at the home of bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nolan, Coaldale, on Saturday, Oct. 6 40 Church Hall recently. Attending were about friends. Chairman was Mrs. John from 5 to 9 p.m. Hostesses were Mrs. John Uhryn, Mrs. Harvey Ross, Mrs. George King, Mrs. John Enns and Mrs. Lester Handley. Marion Wiens sang and play- inistration Building, from 10 ed the guitar. The young soloist a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 j sang "The Squaws Along IMMEDIATE START (HNS) This test during the past year j ed eyes, can prevent perm- showed that 4.8 per cent of children tested required anent'harm and give the child a happier life. 'Pass chamber plans park FRANK (CNP Bureau) things of liistorical interest as The Crowsnest Pass Chamber j well as coal mining equipment of Commerce at its meeting at is being considered, the Turtle Mountain Hotel this j To promote more winter ac- month disclosed projects being tivity in the mountainous area promoted. A park area comprising 75 square miles of forested area on the south side of Highway 3 through the Crowsnest Pass is one of the prime projects. There are two lakes in the area defined. Attempts are going to be made by the cham- ber to have the lakes stocked with fish as well as other lakes and streams in this area. pal body; reserve total amount i John Bell of Edmonton, presi- and Kaiser Resources dent of Challenge Homes Ltd., Ltd. has offered to pay one- i mediately on construction of Schools with patrols are John j third of the capital cost "of the three semi-detached homes and ation of the motorists in regard. Davidson St.' Joseph's and complex up to R. I. Baker. maximum of, seven here. single family homes Second World War plaque missing p.m. BARNW 1.1-1- .Wednesday, Oct. 6, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. IKON SHUNUS: Wednesday. Oct. 6. in Uic school from to p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Oct. 7, in the health unit office (up- stairs in the Town Office Build- ing) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Oct. 7, in the health unit office in the Ad- I ministration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 jp.m. SHAUGHNESSY: lr r i d a V, Oct. 8. in the school from to p.m. Yukon." and "The Ways of a Woman in Love.'' Little Collen Kin? and Judy Uirlto sang ''Raindrops arc Curling begins Oct. 31 Curling in the Coaldale Curling Fluoride tablets are available Kink will commence Oct. 31. SPARWOOD (HNS) A, At first it was thought some-1 If any plaque bearing the names of one may have removed it for information men from Natal-Michel at all clinics free of charge, one should have any For Social Service appoint- and area killed in the Second World process of safe keeping as Natal is in the regarding t h e plaque or ils whereabouts they may contact any member of j cai officer of health, Coaldale 3388: Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer. par. On that date a club or jack- pot banquet will be staged. The Coaldale and District Curling Club reported rink ma- chinery, which broke down last classes toward upgrading Learn "iiilar or Badminton at Cranbrook CRANBROOK (Special) Adult --.'..cation and recreation programs will roll at sever Cranbrook schools. under board and city auspices, thf first week in October. Director is Leo Resslcr parks and recreation depart- ment assistant superintendent He reports enrolment anc participation of 1.114 adults it the 1970-71 adult education pro- gram which he directed. Course offered cover a widt range from academic toward filling gaps for full secondarj school certification througl commercial and vocational t< the highly popular recreatior and arts.' The latter incude; the most popular course square dancing, chess, guitar badminton and graphic arts. This year at its own discre tion Canada Manpower wif pav fees in some vocational- th< to try to get secondarj- roads ____________________ and roads to the many scenic The matter of pollution in Ihc i spots in Ihe district upgraded, district is going lo be brought Some of these incude the Ada- to the attention of both govern- j nac road, the Chinook- Allison ments for action. The chamber is proceeding with attempts to get belter and fab' representation on govern- ment travel literature. An attractive brochure on Ihe entire area is to be investigated of the Crowsnest Pass, the chamber is looking into organ- izing a snowmobile rally to start in 1972. The new minister of high- ways is to be contacted re- garding the re-location of High- Urges co-operation 3 through the Crowsnest Attempts will also be made The Macleod Social Credit p Women's Auxiliary heard and directive signs of places of interest in the 'Pass are to be established. trail and Ihe old road to the ghost town of Lille. Highway denoting location and Leighton Buckwcll, MLA, speak at the first fall meeting. requires only final reading for enactment. Its main purpose is to estab- lish development policy in the bridge. vast expansion area of Feb. 1, 1971, which incudes Slaterville. Pinecrest to four blocks beyond Little Van nior stake racing Arnold under way Hollihan, Aden; junior stake i are worth support. Each speak- M-MT'...........- ernment if it gives forward- looking legislaton. He also reviewed the position and the 310-acrc Park annex bought crown in spring. Industrial from the ng Roddy Hollihan, Leth- Forum held year, has been repaired. Curling will be under the management and programming of the Lethbridge county south- ern regional recreation board. The 1970-71 season operated in the black. Any interested curlers are re- qucsied to phone the Coaldale recreation office 345-3746 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekdays and talk lo W. D. Geldert. j Deadline for applications for for improvement ule position of caretaker and icemaker is Monday, Oct. 4. Norm Ober, last season's _ student's employment skills male or female. mileage to scenic spots are also j associated with the op-1 wanted Attempts will be made to The women are sponsoring a Trophy winners have the highway sign at Fort bake sale on Oct. 9 and have RAYMOND (HNS) A pub- lic forum, sponsored by the Raymond and District Cham- ber of Commerce, gave three candidates for mayor. Robert Graham, incumbent, David K. Elton and Arledge Hill and candidates for town council a chance to speak. committee to make The possibilitv of sponsoring i in the Crowsnest Pass. a n d rome visiting curlers. For council: Gordon -Scoville, incumbent: Robert Holt; in- cumbent; B. V. Heninger. A. G. three goodwill tours cas west and south, is being con- templated with a view to mak- ing belter public rclalion.s. Organizing a museum "I Truslee-leacher group set Nov Ifi'jusl prior In the league convention. Caro COUTTS (HNS i The Grassy Unite Riding Club of Aden "district held a pot-luck supper, awards night and bin-1 Evans. Gordon E. Anderson, go recently at the Grain School. Cooper, W. W. Nalder, Trophv winners were: Calf I Wallace Wilde. Bert L. Hall., roping Ken Bosch. Coults; Grant L. Hall. Val Grbavac "'Inch resulted ladies barrel racing .loyce and John 11. Bridge. Harly, Foremost: junior barrel; Each candidate expressed ap- er showed his concern for town finances. N o candidate ap- proves the town going into heavy debt at the present time. 3-month term CRANBROOK (.Special) Hugh McDonald Campbell of Surrey. B.C., has been sentenc- ed to three months in prison on of ini- drivicg here. Campbell also lost his driving privileges for one year. The case followed a head-on collision acident lasi June death of Brian Donald Gclich. The crash look place al Ross- vice president, is the interim I president. I Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION (2JMAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPtEY OPT1CAI 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 conviction of charges paired and dangerous farlren Biaiu'hi. j preciation for the work of the land, B.C. per wee barrel racing present mayor and council, M. E. Mora" TABER (HNSi The board- teacher advisory committee will be revived in Taher School Division No. 6. it was decided at a recent meeting. The committee will he com- prised nf Ihrce or more loach- rrs. Hirer trustees, and such advisory personnel as may he required. Purposes are: to provide an opportunity for trustees and teachers to meet and discuss matters of mutual concern: to make recommendations for ac- tion lo the board or to the ATA local: and to improve comniu- nicalions and good relalion- ships hclwccn trustees and teachers. Delay highway CRANBROOK (Special) Highways Minister Black has informed Ihe city the North Van Home arterial highway half-mile section will not be undertaken this year as pre- viously planned. This SMO.OOO extension ol four-lane arlcrial Soulh Van Home, willi curb and gullcr in Hownlown area I" Ihc present mayor and council, j M. E. Mora" of Castlcgar Ncwhoiisc, Aden; slated the town projects was defence counsel. _ King al Ihe first meeting of Ihe fall season of Ibc Catholic Lc.-iyur of St. Am arterial rnntinnaliim via Pnkor j hnv.c noin.in Oh'in'li j and (.'ranbronk street has hrm hrrr. postponed In IS72, IIP said, in juriurlr XiMrr Imelda view of lateness of Iho con- j Toomoy. spirilual: Mrs. Thoo- struclion season, which compli-1 caterer; Mrs. Sieve calcs traffic diversion for what! sicmko.'educational; Mrs. John is now Ihc designaled truck yan Djk. Christian family life route on North Van Home by- welfare; and'Mrs. Jacoba Van Hyn, citizenship and immigration. Mrs. Frank Beck man was ap- poinlcd treasurer. She replaces Mrs. Pclcr whose :r signalinn was received earlier due lo ill hcallh. Sister Toomey gives spiritual word COALDALE i HNS) Com-1 Sisicr Toomey showed a sc- the first Tuesday of the month. I millce chairman were appoint- i of slides and gave a spiri-j The next meeting will be held ,r, tsul reading w h each slide. Oct.a in Ihe basemcnl of the by president Mrs. 'Ihcrcsa ,ncctings arc church. passing the business section. Zoning hearing U1ANHHOOK (Special) Cilv zoning hylaw which will rescind the I Ml bylaw, is scheduled for public hearing al Ccnlral School del. K. and is pnsled uitli map at rily hall for public scrutiny. A loll or of thanks for the do- mlioii of was mad from thr llfvillh Aj-sn- oJHlion. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCUtATION JOB PRINTING Vcinon Dccoux, Resident Rep., Bloirnioto Phono 562-2149 These Arc Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGAREI MONTGOMERY CRANBROOK NANCY MILES ETZIKOM MRS. THEKtA EHNB FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGG................ FAITH MRS. THEKtA EHNFS P.O. Box H8 304 5lh SI. S. Gen. Del. Gen. Del. Contact people for your District Ncwi or Classified Advertising. IMPORTANT NOTICE COTTAGE OWNERS Owners of dwellings used for holiday or recreational purposes You may be eligible for an ASSESSMENT AND TAX REDUCTION ft When your dwelling was used exclusively for holi- day or recreational purposes in the previous year, and I if your dwelling was not occupied by you or mem- bers of your family for more tlmn 120 days dur- ing I some year, and if you dirl not rpcoive rnvpnuc by way of rental foi Hip of Huii'ia. the same year, and if you complete and file a cefhficcite as lo ilifise you not vious year later them Novpmbct the pre- To obtain this reduction {in 1972) YOU MUST FILE YOUR CERTIFICATE BY NOVEMBER 15, (1971) at your own municipal office where you remit your taxes DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS PROVINCE OF ALBERTA A. W. MORRISON D. J. RUSSELL Dcpuly Minister Minister ;