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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Central laundry backed by board PICTURE (HNS) At Ihc recenl mecling of the i'icliirc Untie Municipal llospi- lal board, considerable discus- sion look place in regards lo Ihc central laundry plan. 11 was thai a new laundry would bo buill at Lelhbridge. It would lake a year to be com- plelcd. As pointed out in the report, the local hospital would not have to buy linen or repair laundry equipment. It was felt that il would be in Ihe best interest of Ihc hos- pital to join the central laundry plan. A further study will be made in regards lo the contract with the Dictaphone Company, us the one in use is nol reliable. It was noted in the hospital inspector's report that both the head nurse, Mrs. Rose Mori- vama, and the administrator, Bill Tonkin arc doing good work- in their positions. Early in July lightning caused a power surge that burnt out two motors of the auxiliary power plant. The in- surance will pay for the claim. A new grass sweeper has been purchased and put to use. It was felt the quotations re- ceived to hard-surface the park ing area were loo high. It was decided to wait for anolhei sea son. The four-bed women's ward has been painted and more painting is planned. The head nurse noted thai in physiotherapy there were J'2 treatments given last month Occupancy was 51 per cent. U. F. Vincy explains plans Ocl. 0 (1 o, V Scout leader needed at Coalliiirst The manager of Ihe Leth- bridge district office of the Canada Pension Plan, J. C. (Fern) Bouchard, wishes to in- form the residents of the follow- ing areas that R. F. Vincy will be in attendance at: Blah-more Federal Build- ing Oct. 7. 10 a.m. to p.m.: and Pinchcr Creek town council chambers Oct. 8, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Anyone wishing to take ad- vantage of this service is cor- dially invited to do so. Mr. Viney will answer queries on the Canada Pension Plan, the Old Age Security and the Guaranteed Income Supple- ment. He will also provide assis- tance in the filing of applica- tions to those who are now or will soon be qualified for the above-noted benefits. MR. AND MRS. GEORGE BOSCH OF Thursday, Otlobcr 7, 1971 IHE lETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Concrete pad rule erased from mobile hosnes bylaw TAHEH UIXSi In miscol- IJHHMUIS hi'diK'Ss, town coun- cil: AnuMidfi! its mobile homes bylaw, deleting Ihc require- ment for a concrete pad on I ho privately-owned lots. Approved in principle the seal coating of the outside concrete block walls of thi Ctimnuinity Dance honors COALIJURST (HNS) The 'JsL Coalhurst Cubs and Sco group committee met rece1 Members are Larry Thomp- son, president; Hank Schuur- man, vice president; Marge i PonUrolo, secretary; Bill Kli- i ma, treasurer; and Mrs. Pat Klima, finance Ircasurcr, Registration for Cub.1 S'couts will be held at 7 j Wednesday, Oct. 13, in the gion Hall. Cub leader for the coming The nam bingo set COUTTS (HNSi Mr. and Mrs. George Bosch of Coults celebrated their 25th wedding Fort visitors FORT MACLEOD The heavy lourist season ends with the beginning of the school term. Attendance at Ihc Fort Museum for September was still good. Mrs. Nora Perrin. reception- ist, said more retired people are visiting. A total of 5.44H visited the nu'seum in September compar- ed to in September of 1970 and in September of 19CS. i anniversary here recently. Audrey Swanson. Robert. Janice, Jim and Rene, their children, honored them with an j open house reception and dance at the Coutts Civic Centre. A total of 178 friends and rel- atives signed the guest book. Both mothers were present, Mrs. Cecilia Bosch from Lclh- bridge and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson. Other family and relatives present were: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ferguson, Carmangay: Joe Bosch and Mr. and ilrs. Tom Kambeitz, all of Lethbridge; Mr. and Mrs. 1 Joe Fettig, Grassy Lake; Mr. i and Mrs. George Faulh and family, Etzikom; Mr. and Mrs. Vance Jenson, Taber; Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bosch, Pete Bosch; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blust and Mr. and Mrs. Mam-ice Blust, all of Milk River. officer Mrs. LePage llo lake nominations on Ocl. 27 and COALHURST UINSi The Royal Canadian Legion here wifl hold a turkey and ham binso Saturday. Oct. 9, at 8 P-m- Ule A cash bjngo jn six num. bers will be played. Coffee and hot dogs will be oee an o your is Mrs. Nellie Sebum-man auxiliary. with assisTnts being Mrs. Pon- ___ Actress dies larolo. Tom Locke and Bob Weirs. A Scout leader is needed Anyone interested may contact HOLLYWOOD (AP) Edith L. Thompson. 327-9083 or Mr. Angold, 76, a veteran actress Schuurman. 327-9705. who starred on Broadway in the The first Cubs meeting will 1930s, died Monday. Her last be held at 7 p.m. role was three years ago in the 20, in the Legion Hall. 1 film The Ambushers._________ These Are Ictlibrldgc Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area NATAL, B.C. PAUL CHAIA LOMOND MRS tEONARD CHASE CARDSTON MRS. CATHERINE HULL COWLEY CLARENCE WEEKES STAVELY MRS. VIOLET CLANCY CRANBROOK NANCY MI1ES (Special) P.O. Box 287 General Delivery General Delivery P.O. Box 7 Box 52 304 5th St. 5. Contact these peop.o for your District News or Classified Advertising TABER (HNS) First fe- male returning officer lo hold office in the Taber municipal district was named by Tabcr School Division No. 6 when as- sistant secretary-treasurer Mrs. Edna LePage "was authorized lo conduct school division elec- tions on Nov. 24. Mrs. LePage will receive nominations for the positions of three trustees from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the divisional office Wednesday, Oct. 27. with elec- tions, if necessary, to come four weeks later. Terms of office expire for trustees Allan H. Wolfcr (board chairman) of Hays. Heber I. Anderson. Barmvall, and George Gillespie, Enchant. Both Mr. Anderson and Mr. Wolfcr have indicated their in- tention to seek re-election, but Mr. Gillespie will retire. Seeking the Enchant seat is E. B. (Bud) Peterson who has already taken out the neces- sary nomination papers. Contrary lo the municipal council practice Ibis year of filling all elective offices for threo-year terms, the Taber j school division has elected to; continue the three-year rotation method of elections, hence three of the seven board seats are up for competition. i Tabcr Separate School Dis-1 trict No. 54, confined lo the Tahcr town limits, has opted lo the new c'ection system, and will elect five trustees from seven candidates along with town elections here Wednesday, Oct. 13. The school division board by j bylaw ruled that enumeration for the forthcoming election would be unnecessary. Electors appearing at the polls will be required to declare they are j qualified to vote. j This procedure is c.xpected to saVc the school division some budgettcd for this pur- pose early in the year. Men's hockey PINCHER CREEK (Special) recreational hockey league for men is being established by the Pinchcr Creek regional rec- reation board and the Pinchcr Creek Hockey Association. Body contact and slap shots won't be allowed and partici-j pation is open to those who are j nol playing on an organized team. Play begins Sunday. Oct. 24. at llie Memorial Community Centre Arena from 7 to 9 p.m.! Games will be played on Wed- j nesdays and Sundays from 7 lo D p.m. Registration will take place at Ihe parks and recrea- tion office, phone 627-4322. 1 Gordon (larlson and officers installed PI.XCHElt CHEEK (Special) District deputy grand mas- of officers of the Pinchcr Creek Lodge No. 5 of the 100F. lion team of Lethbridge pre- sided at the recent installation Gordon Carlson is the new nobel grand; Jim Mitch el 1, past noble grand, Jim Taylor, vice-grand; Roy Taylor, rec- ording secretary; Andy Du- monl. financial secretary; and Bob Fitzpatrick. treasurer. The appointed officers are: Bob Maxwell, George Bustard, Eugene Becker. Leonard Ring- stad, Edward Lunn, chaplain, Ivan Ten-ill, warden, John Krewatch, conductor, John Harland, inner guard. John Mitchell, outer guard; Leonard Smith, and Ted Kuntz. Centre. ;md pricing of same. Agreed In nfliT In (lie Town 'of Coahblr Ihi' old Wayne si reel sweeper, complrtc wilh of new part.-) ;md brush IT- bi istlintf tods, but without moior which has been used on I fit equipment. Heard an indi.'pemk'nt ap- I praisal of commercial land south of Highway :i in the "Bar- property at SfiO per front foot including all services. Authorized owner Ed Engwcr i rstcrlman Store) to use old I Marriott More building for toy sales dtirinR tbo Christmas sea- son on condition that the build-; inp be removed in the spring, j Heard a report from the fire department of four fires in town and three in Uie MD during' September, and three ambul-1 i anec calls in (own and six in 1 the Ml) during the same month.' Unpaid accounts amount to for town patrons and Si .238 for 'municipal district patrons. Acrcplcd a recommendation that the summer games be in- vilcd 10 Tabcr for and heard a pnign.-ss rcporl ifn ar- rangenicnl.s fcr the annual New Year's Eve Hall. More district on page 5 Hockey post to Taherite TABEH UlNSi James Hil- denbrand, secretary of the Ta- ber Minor Hockey Association, was named vice-chairman for minor hockey at the Amateur Hcckey Association's annual meeting at Red Deer. Mr. Hildenbrand's resporr sibility is for southern Alberta, comprising the area south of a line from Banff east through Red Deer and on lo the Sas- katchewan border. Three zone chairmen will as- sist the new vice-chairman. Thev arc Peter Lewko, Leth- bridge. Doug Sutherland of Medicine Hat and Bill Steen of Camrose. These men will work wilh Mr. Hildenbrand in or- ganizing and promoting all mi- nor hockey functions in this area during the coming year. The late Walter May was the last person from Taber to hold a position with the provincial body. Probe spending on physical education TABER school i The board has also increased! The survey should help Uie make decisions so that division nah 141 veil LIIU to a comprehensive survey of allotment for ,n t e r-school monc physical education programs; sports. Further increases are' and facilities in the schools, i study.________________ Department of education con- siillants will lie used in Ihc study. Approximately was ex- pended by tiie division for gym- nasium equipment in 1970 and ;pent in the program will be used wisely. for playground equipment this vear. Croivsnest Puss Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernem Decoux, Resident Rep., Diairmore Phone 562-2M9 Brewed from the choicest hops and malt and pure Hocky mountain spring water Bird, Construction wins no lice s In tio n con tract 'SV oASSW COALDALE (HNS) The bid submitted by Bird Con- struction of Lethbridge for a new police building was ac- cepted by town council recent- ly. It was in the amount of 037. Before final go-ahead is giv- en, the town will contact the at- torney-general's department to check whether the S40.000 grant WESTERN WEAR WELCOMES ALL VISITORS AND PARTICIPANTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL INDIAN RODEO FINALS i OCTOBER 8-9-10 EXHIBITION PAVILION We are proud to present our ALL-AROUND COWBOY TROPHY Designed and made by the well-known sculpto Corny Martens of Coaldale. While in town we invite you to drop into our S< store and browse through the largest selection of WESTERN WEAR in Ihc South for the onlirc family. 308 5th Street S., LETHBRIDGE Phone 328-4726 "J Open Thursdays and Fridays until p.m. WESTERN WEAR promised by the previous gov- ernment still is in effect. Without this, the building could not be erected, council stated. Beton Engineering Limited of Lethbridge is Ihc architect en- gaged. In Ibis sconnd call for len- ders by invitation, there were three bids. The lowest was not accepted because it did not meet wilh requirements in Ihe specifications. The design chosen incudes the brick veneer finish on the fronl but. deletes the basement, seclion. Some councillors want- ed the basement but the ma- jority of council decided due to the cost factor (about it will not be built. j The building will be eon-1 structccl on the eastern end of j main street. I The court roiim. located in the basement of Ihc lowii of- fice building, will remain in ,at location. It was recommended by Ihc attorney general's department, when the planning for (he po- lice building began, lhal the eourl room should nol. be in- cluded in the structure. Heidelberg Foul play ruled out al Cam rose fAMHOSK Police said lodiiy they ruled out the possihilily nf foul play in Hie drowning of Pui Y u n g Dong, and her 'wo children in Mirrnr l.iiko. The deaths will ho recorded as duo to drowninf'. A passorhy found Ihc bodies of Ihe children in Ihc lake Sun- day nipht and police found the body nf Mrs. Ponfl Monday. Police said nulnpsies on the children's bodies revealed h by drowning. Welcome to Heidelberg Welcome to the taste of Heidelberg! So bright, so lively, so brimful of flavour it brings more enjoyment to your drink- ing pleasure. Welcome to the quality ot Heidelberg! Heidelberg is brewed from only the best ingredients .the finest golden barley malt, the choicest high prime Hallertau hops from Bavaria...and pure natural Rocky Mountain spring water. Take your thirst to Heidelberg today. You'll get a happy welcome that will never wear out because every glass of Heidelberg is as crisp and satisfying as your first. So much more to enjoy ;