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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Arena fees hiked FINCHER CREEK (Special) At the regular meeting of the Pincher Creek regional parks and recreation board, held re- cently, the matter ol the Mem- orial Community Centre Arena fee schedules was discussed. It was determined that a raise of fees was warranted. The raise in fees is due to the reed lo collect more revenue lo offset the annual deficit of the facility. It was noted Hint the cost of wages and materials hat been increasing yearly but that fees have not increased in re- cent years. Season tickets for family are now compared lo i) 1971. Adult season tickets an now student season fees Single admission fees remain unchanged at 50 cents fo adults, and 25 cents for stu dents. There is no charge fo preschoolers. Season tickets are on sale a the Pincher Creek parks recreation department Season fees are due at the 0] cning of the arena, expected be Oct. 15. Song of Peace opens WI parley WARNER (HNS) The Oc- ober meeting of the Warner Vnmen's Institute was held at he home of Mrs. M. Herbst, vilh Mrs. J. Carr GS co bos- ess. Opening song was Song of 'eace, followed by the creed ant flag salute. Fourteen me raters answered the roll call, involving some- hing Alberta grown or made. One visitor and two girls club members were also present. A letler of recognition from the Lelhbridge WI was read, accepting our invitation to at- tend a social evening Oct. 11. Mrs. J. Liebelt gave a report of the results of the community meeting held re- cently by the Lionelles. Fall Slippers will be held Ihis fall: OORP, Oct. 15; CWL, Oct. 28; EUB, Nov. 11, following the Remembrance sendee. The members of the WI made a motion not to organize a community calendar, but ____IMPORTANT--------- THANKSGIVING CHARISMATIC RALLY MINISTRY TEACHING COUNSELLING PERSONAL PRAYER Special Emphasis on the Supernatural 1HREE OUTSTANDING AMERICAN SPEAKERS DON MORRISON-CREED DAVIS MAX GANDF1ELD Friday, October 6 p.m. Saturday, October 7 10 a.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. Sunday, October 8 11 a.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Cor. 13lh St. and 5th Ave. S. "Come Expecting a Miracle" would ho willing to do Ihoir part in gathering information necessary. Mrs. M. Rains gave a report of the Warner conslitutcncy annual representative meeting held recently. The provincial and federated conventions will be held as combined conference at the Banff School of Fine Arts from June 17 to 22. WI members and husuacds will entertain at the Ridgeview lodge at Raymond Friday, Oct. 27. A motion was made to send a resolution to provincial coun- cil for the district 4 conference. The resolution will refer to the abolition of Hie Halloween cus- tom of "tricks or treals." Mrs. J. Cress and Mrs. C. Drake will act on this resolution. The fall clothing drive dead- line is Oct. 15. Reading books will lie taken to tlie Golden Mile Drop In Centre and other used arlicles to the Dorothy Gooder School. The project for the next meeting will be "one penny for one inch of waistline" for the provincial office fund. Shannon Croteau introduced Marcy Pittman. She gave a re- port of the organizational meet- ing of the Warner Jolly Janes Girls' Club. There are 35 mem- bers in the club this year. Pennies for Friendship re- alized 56.15. Birthday raffles were won by Mrs. J. Carr and Marcy Pitt- man. Tea raffles were won by Miss Pauline Troidl and Mrs. Liebelt. Sdtuidoy, October 7, I97J THE IETHBRIDGS HERAID 9 Meet council Oct. 12 By MAUG 1AJNN Special Correspondent PINCHER CREEK Resi- dents of Pincher Creek will have an opportunity to openly discuss their views on civic matters with members of town council Thursday, Oct. 12. The public meeting has been called for p.m. in the large meeting room ot the town hall building. Everyone is invited to attend. The discussions will deal with any matters per- taining to town business and policy. Several councillors are new In their posts of civic admini- strators. This informal mcthoc >r meeting the ratepayers or anyone interested may, very ivell chart the course of poli- cies to established in the (u- :ure. Switch hospital administration from Pincher Creek lo Calgary By MAUG UJNN Special Correspondent P1NCHEII CREEK At Hie recent meeting of the Advisory Board of St. Vincent's hospital it was reported that agree control of the Inspilal to be passed from the sisters to the Diocese of Calgary. The Ride-a-Thon organized by the 4-H Riding Club, in Aug- No blame SPARWOOD (HNS) A vcr- did. of "no blame attached' was returned by the inquest jury into the accidental death of Joseph Pern of Fernie, Sept, 5. Mr. Perri, 85, was killed when he was hit by a logging truck while he was crossing Highway 3 at Fernie. lust, was a success and it was anticipated that ever being negotiated which I uU ovcl. lo the would authorize adrmrustrative Auxiliary for the pur chase of new Hi-Lo beds fo the hospital. Cost indexes for the period January to June, 1972, showet that present hospital costs ar being reasonably controlled. The governing board has ap- proved an application for hosp tal privileges made by Dr. A M. Irving of High Prairie, as recommended by the Medic Staff, effective Oct. 16. Mrs. J. Hardy and other nurs- ing staff attended the Infection Control Seminar at Lethbridge Community College !n Septem- ber. Approval was given for the Trucks pose hazard CLOSES KYES When a toad or frog swallows .Is food it closes its eyes, which helps to push food from its mouth into its stomach. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mech Capital Furnilurft Bldg. PHONE 328-7684 flnlc I -J CELEBRATE Mr. and Mrs- Alfred Chrislciiscn of W r e n t h a m will celebrate their 601h wedding anniver- sary Saturday, Oct. 7, witEi a family dinner al Ihe El Flancho. Friends and rela- tives will wish tlicra well at an. open house at their farm home from 2 to S p.m. Mon- day, Oct. 9. They request that no gifts be presented. Born In Utah, they came to Stirling in 1930. They married at Ray- mond in 1912 and later took tip homesleading at their present farm. They have 10 c h i 1 dren, 53 grandchildren and 34 great grandchildren. Gibb Photo NEED A TRUCK? FOR HARVESTING OR MOVING? RENT OURS! 1 TON WITH DUALS By VERN DRCOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau 7 am the way, the truth, and the Life..." COLEMAN Large trucks _urchase of [our cribs at and vehicles p a r k i n g on the south side of Highway 3, across the street from the Satellite Cafe, are creating problems and posing a dangerous hazard. Complaints indicate school children are unloaded from bus es in this area- They have to cross the highway to get to their homes. The children have to peek out around the trucks lo sec if the highway is clear of traffic. A garage owner on the south side of each; five new safety rails for the new Hi-Lo beds at each ,nd two new wheelchairs at each. The board approved of the administrator attending the ad- ministarator's institute at Banfl Oct. 15 to 20. F. Rullan, laboratory techni- cian, will attend the c r o s s- matching and blood banking training course at NA1T Oct. 2 to Nov. 3. llrs. Vera Gingias is to at- LDS mission WARNER (HNS' A fare- well testimonial service was held recently in the Warner LDS Church to honor Rick Hulchinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hutchtnson of Warner. He left recently by air from Great Falls to Salt Lake City, Utah, where he will attend the mission home for a week be- fore departing by air for his two-year mission in England. 8'xl2'x35" BOX AND HOIST STOCK RACKS AND TARP Also available for rent PINTO MAVERICK TORINO CAU NOWI DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. 16lh Avenue and M.M. Drive S., lethbriclge Box 1234 Phone 328-8961 MEMBER FORD PFNT-A-CAR SYSTEM "John indeed baptized with water; but ye shall be bap- tized the Holy Ghost." (St. John -With Rev. A. G. DORNFELD Author of: "HAVE YOU RECEIVED THE HOLY DAILY SERVICES OCTOBER 8th to 13th Permission was given for stu- dents of Canyon School to visit and inspect the hospital, in par- ties, of 10 during October which it was felt would encour- age further interest in the hos- pital's activities. to Sunday 2.30 p.m. Monday to Friday 8 p.m. 4-H BUILDING EXHIBITION GROUNDS EVERYONE WELCOME! NO ADMISSION! PASTOR A. G. DORNFELD Are you in bondage, and desire to be free; are you free and desire to serve the truth? Sponsored by the Full Gospel Men's Fellowship (International) RCMP will be requested look into this complaint. Norman Plants has been hired as a meter reader. The Royal Purple has been given permission to canvass for the CNIB. Culverts and storm sewer drains have been repaired in readiness for the spring runoff. Council approved rendering assistance to the curling club for some arena work. A legal action, involving Ihe town in a motor vehicle, acci- dent, was referred lo tho town solicitor. Plans of Pine View Drive, a new subdivision, were present- ed to council. The layout of all streets and avenues has been completed. Council approved Mayor John Holyk, secretary John Kapalka and members of the council to attend the Urban Municipalities convention to be held at Leth bridge Oct. 24 to 27. Information has been ceived from the energy re- sources conservation board ad vising the town that Calgary Power has taken over providing electricity for the hamlet of Lundhreck. Representatives of the Cole- man Library board were pres ent at the meeting and wer advised the town carries ade- quate insurance on librarj books and equipment. The brary is located in tlie Cole man arena complex. DIFFER IN VITAMINS Tomatoes grown in one field may be much richer in vitamins han those grown in another. ANNOUNCEMENT CALGARY POWER FEEDERS FARMERS WELDERS HANDYMEN HOMEOWNERS We tarry a complete ilotk of STEEL IN FLATS ANGLES CHANNELS BEAMS WIDE FLANGES RAILS ROUNDS SQUARES PLATES SHEETS RECTANGULAR AND SQUARE TUBING REINFORCING STEEL WIRE MESH PIPE GALORE FOR FENCE POSTS CLOTHESLINE POLES CARPORT COLUMNS OR FOR ANY OTHER USE YOU MAY HAVE. TONS TO CHOOSE FROM Bring In your truck and load up at bargain prices olio deliver locally Bring in your strap tree! call Iron rodicHon copper bran and get Ihe belt trade value ever We alia pay taihl tiARZARI IRON LTD. STEEL YARD LOCATION 2808 2nd Ave. N. SCRAP LOCATION 3402 2nd Ave. N. If you just dropped out of school, Lioda would like to hear from you, W, L. Fraser E. W. Smith T. E, Cardel! G. A. HarHinfiton II. W. Calgary Power announces the following appointments effective September 1st, reporting to Mr. G. Millipan, Vice-President, Administration. Mr. W. L. Fraser to be Director of Technical Services; Mr. t. Smith to be Director of Consumer Services; Mr. T. E. Cardell to be Director of Operational Services; Mr. G A Hadlington to be Director of Administrative Services. Mr. Fraser will be responsible for design and construction of new physical plant; Mr. Smith for all consumer service activities; Mr. Cardell for gener- ating stations and system operation and Mr. Hadlington for personnel administration, supply and systems development. _____________ Don't worry if tetler-writing isn't really your thing, just fill in the coupon. No fuss! No hassle! Linda's with the Alberta Correspondence School Branch and she'd like to let you know how lo finish your grades without having to go the "Back to School" route. You can keep your job, or whatever it is you want to do. She won't preach; but if you'd like to have someone to talk listen. Job hunting is a lot easier with your Grade 12 and some business or technical training. Maybe Linda can help you get it. Catt me at AtSB tn en Provincial curriculum VM DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION LINDA, CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL BRANCH DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, EDMONTON, ALBERTA LINDA, PLEASE SEND ME COURSES INFORMATION. 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