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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Work to start on sewer trunk CLARESHOLM (HNS} Work will begin soon on a sanitary sewer trunk line on 4th St. W to service subdivisions on the west side of town Borger Construction Com- pany Ltd won the contract Engineering will cost about The Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation will lend the town and forgive 25 per cent of and the Alberta Municipal Finance Corporation will lend the other third amounting to Authorization is being sought from the provincial water resources branch for a storm sewer trunk line that would dram water entering the town from the rural area to the northeast The province is expected to pay 50 per cent of the construction cost The town will use a provincial road grant to iurther reduce the cost 2 injured in crash at Raymond Tuesday, October 2, 1973 LETHBRIDGE 13 RAYMOND (HNS) An accident here Saturday after- noon injured Vernon Garner, driver of a fuel truck Garner received head and shoulder injuries. Brian Pack was the driver of the car involved He suf- fered cuts and bruises There was extensive damage to both vehicles Mr Garner's son, Randy is in serious condition in a Calgary hospital with injuries suffered in a single car acci- dent two weeks ago Chamber to meet COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale and District Chamber of Commerce will meet at 8 p m Wednesday in the basement of the town of- fice building Scholarship awarded WARNER (HNS) Mane Chnstensen of Wrentham has won the Warner Beta Sigma Phi scholarship for "most improved marks" in Grade 9 at the Wrentham High School Alpha Epsilon, the Warner chapter, will meet Oct 3 at the home of Mrs Gladys Woitte County gives bursary George Virgimllo ol the Lethbndge district has won a bursary awarded by the agricultural committee of the Lethbndge County 26 He is studying agriculture at the Lethbndge Community College Robert Wall of the Coaldale district, studying at the Olds Agriculture College, also won a bursary The South in short Blood donor clinic today PINCHER CREEK (Special) Nurses will spon- sor a blood donor clinic here today trom 2 to 4 and 6 30 to 9 p m at St John's Anglican Hall Convener is Mrs Phyl Hodgson Lien Scholarship given NEW DAYTON (HNS) Miss Gwen Schoen has won a Lien Scholarship for achieving the highest overall marks in Grade 12, non- matnculation subjects at the Warner High School She took her elementary education at New Dayton and High School at Warner She is enrolled in a nursing aide program at Calgary She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Schoen CARS collects COALDALE (HNS) A total of was collected here lor the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society by the Goodwill Club of the Coaldale Mennomte Conference Church Pool operator honored TURIN (HNS) Alberta Wheat Pool operator Ivan Mikalson and his wife and family were honored recently at a farewell buffet supper here He was active in sports over his four-year stay here and also in the Turin Water Users' Association He will now manage the Enchant Seed Cleaning Co-op bursary awarded PINCHER CREEK (HNS) Miss Kathy Gingras of St Michael's High School has won a bursary from the Capt McPhail Chapter of the IODE Five quilts will be sent to Korea after a success- ful quilting bee at Mrs Hugh Cameron's home Delegates have not yet been chosen for the Oct. 16 and 17 semi-annual meeting at Banff ATA president elected FOREMOST (Special) A meeting of the Alberta Teachers Association local 12, was held here recently with Allen EnCT of named president REPORT your I IF The LetHbridcje Herald Correspondent in Your Area ETZ'KOM MRS. PIUS EHNES ..................................666-2157 ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK .........................739-2159 FERNIE MRS. RICHARD WILLIAMS ..........................423-7436 FOREMOST GEOFF TAGG.......................................867-3661 FORT MACLEOD MRS. TEDSWIHART 234-3612 GRANUM MRS. ED CESAR ....................................236-3806 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising Local 12 consists of all teachers in the County of For- ty Mile and the Bow Island Separate School District 82 Vice president is Annellen Eiserman of Manybernes She is the first woman to hold this office in the local Debbie Morgan of Foremost was elected secretary-treasurer Legion head elected Jack Duncan has been recently elected zone com- mander of Zone 3 of the Royal Canadian Legion, administer- ing legion branches in Lethbndge, Coalhurst. Barons. Nobleford. Champion. Picture Butte and Raymond Mr Duncan is a life member of the General Stewart Branch No 4 and has served on the executive coun- cil and board of trustees for many years Apple drive PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Picture Butte Lions is starting its 25th year of ser- vice to Picture Butte and com- munity Charter member president Fred O'Donnell says he hopes this silver anniversary will be rew.mlmg to both club members and the community The Lions apple drive is slated tor Oct 15 Herald District Beet harvest Fourteen receiving stations, including the Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. plants at Taber and Picture Butte, were in full operation Monday following the start of general harvest operations on Southern Alberta's sugar beel crop About farmers hold growing contracts with Canadian Sugar, which claims harvest conditions are ideal for digging and piling beets. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS-CIRCULATION-JOBPRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., 562-2149 want to make a friend for life? Share your family with a foster child We're looking for some very special people Foster parents People who can take troubled children into their homes and help them regam their confidence in themselves People who can reassure abandoned, neglected and maltreated youngsters People who can understand the problems of boys and girls with mental and physical handicaps People who can extend unfailing patience and affection to seemingly unresponsive teenagers HEALTH SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT There are some 2 500 children m Alberta who desperately need these special people Children who, through re 'r.jlt of their own have been denied a normal and happy family life If you think you can help by sharing your family, please give us a call We offer no material rewards other than an allowance for the child s board, clothing health care and tuition The true reward is yours to find m making a friend for life BE A FOSTER PARENT CALL (403) 327-4501 COLLECT L ;