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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Otlotur 13, 197S THE lETHBRIDGt HERAID 3 Catholic aid CARS P1NCHEH CREEK (Special) The Canadian Arthritic and Rheumatism Society will re- ceive more than from St. Michael's Catholic Women's League canvass. A house-to-house canvass and business canvass of the town fas carried out by 43 Catholic women. Thus is the third year the CWL has taken on this projecl and they feel the response to it was very good. The proceeds of these can vasses are used to maintain and expand arthritic contro which includes researcli and professional education, grants information services and sup porting services. SURFACED THOUGHTS Wilford M. Hansen, relired farm implement dealer from Carchton and now living al Glendive, Monl., has compiled a book of his poems. It is entitled Surfaced Thoughls. He writes os Grandpa Smiles. Mr. Honsen is now doing missionary work for Ihe IDS Church. Grandpa smiles JL with his poems MANY In the United States there an about 600 kinds of butterflies and about kinds of motlis. Make report public Uy NANCY MILKS Special Correspondent CHANBUOOK City council lias decided to make public the Woods, Gordon Consultants Ltd. report of November, 1970, on recommendations toward a more efficient city administra- tion anti engineering function- ing. The 70-page report is now available at city hall for per- usal, or can be borrowed on deposit of refundable when the copy is returned Administration criticisms in Lhn report show lack of co-or- dination nmong I lie various city departments, ami recom- mended appointment cf an ad- ministrator orcMnatioti. to effect this co- Taber Lions complete agreement easc, a mounting health prolv :em, is readily available and is Fully confidential. lock falls oil 'little RDEK administrator Adult classes NATAL (HNS) First eve- ning classes for adults startec at (he Sparwood Secondary School recently. The one-month long, eight class short course, "Your Money is being held in Spanyood in October and in Fernie in November. A blueprint reading anc sketching course began recent ly at Elkford. Director of adult education Ray Hughes said that so fa registrations for these classes are coming in slowly. And Grandpa writes: Aim, to clot tic a thought As some other might not, The absorbing of which. May cause one to switch Toward the higher life, In this world of slrife; Helping others to sec they ought to be. That peace may dwell In hearts that swell; Wake the future clear Kor life without fear. Smiles. Ambulance grant SPARWOOD CHNS) The Elkford Ambulance Association will receive a grant of this year from the RDEK, just as the four other ambulance societies in the district are aided. Fording Coal bought the am- bulance. Elkford residents jan pay to belong to the society and thus have free ambulance ser- vice. Married men pay SI a monlh and single men 50 cents a month. Key issues IIANNA Farmers must ash the candidates for their stand on Ihe critical issues in the agricultural industry according lo Unifarm president, D. Lea. Among the key issues cited by Mr. Lea are the commit- ment to increase and maintain farm income; a commilment to implement a minimum farm re turn program through higher prices and government disputes involving the agricultural in dustry; and the iraplementa tion of a Prairie Grains Policy Tlus last point Includes, ac- cording to Sir. Lea, "guaran- teed minimum prices for all ;rains, increased initial prices "or feed grains, a commitment ;o export at least BOO million bushels annually, a storage pro- gram for at least 400 million bushels and a two price system for all grain used for domestic consumption." New park road SPARWOOD (HNS) The road into Wycliffe regional park will be relocated and will leave Highway 95A at the top, rather than the bottom, of the Wycliffe hill. The new roule was proposed by tiic department of highways after the Regional District of East Kootenay had asked for upgrading of the present road. Seats vacant TABER (HNS) Taber School Division No. 6 is calling for nominations for divisiona trustees for subdivisions J (Taber) and 3 Terms of office expire for Ray B. Evanson of Taber and Thomas J. Parkinson of Vaux- hall. Nominations will be received by secretary treasurer Rich- ard M. Greenaway at the school division office, administration juilding, from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Oct. 25. Joins clinic TABEK (HNS) Dr. Casey Schipper has joined Drs. Dar- win II. Lund and Donald R. Hamilton as a veterinarian at the Taber Animal Clinic. The 34-year-olrl Lethbridge native son received his doctor of veterinary medicine degree at the Western College of Vet- erinary Medicine. Saskatoon. For the past two years he has been a CUSO volunteer in charge of Ihe diagnostic labora tory at Saba, Maylasia. The last two inontlis were spent with liis family touring Eng- land, Belgium and Holland. Garbage dumps SPARWOOD (HNS) Three more sites for garbage dispos al have been acquired by the EDEK. A site has bene acquired Briscos Spillamacheen. Ac ess has now been granted. Sites have been acquired a Brule Creek in the Elk Valle ind at Radium. wearing suspcnd- Ihe camera, look or itunned, whichever you prefer, during Initia- INIT1ATION DAY Brenda Wurtz, crs, and Maria Hanri, trying lo avoid stunning tion Day al Noble Centra! School, Nobleford. Lucinda Luchia Pholo guy says SPARWOOD (HNS) Ad- ministrator Frank Bertoia has cen instructed to prepare a oil and gravel removal bylaw 3r consideration by the board f the Regional District of East footenay. He warned directors: "This s the kind of bylaw that con- istently leans on little people and never touches the big guy. out, pointing out lhal candi- dates had no opportunity o( )eing seen, much less heard, >eforc votes were taken. Plans program TABER The Evangelical Free Church here is planning ft Christmas program and is in- Somebody ahvays reports in the little he explained, 'and big guys, like the depart- ment of highways, simply ig- lore regional districts whom .hey sunercede." Directors decided to look al a possible bylaw anyway. Director Uoyd Phillips said it might prevent situations such as the one near Fernie, where the countryside suitable for an airstrip is pockmarked by gravel pits. He also said that if it is the RDEK's policy lo try to pro- tect agricultural land, the board shoidd try to prevent even the department of highways from' crushing gravel on prime agri- cultural land. 'SURPRISED' In reporting on the recent Union of British Columbia Mun- icipalities meeting at Vancouv- er, chairman Vince Downey said delegates from here were "surprised and disappointed" lo have Mayor Bud Buckle of Kimberley defeated for the po- sition of first vice-president. fie criticized the way the elec- lion of officers was carried forested in obtaining informa- tion on the customs of various countries. If anyone can help, contact Mrs. S. Wicbe, Taber. FOR COMPLETE BOOK PUBLISHING CONTACT Tlic ktlibriclgc Herald PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 or 328-4411 You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Scotland by White Horse Disinters Lid., Scotland INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER.. Prices in effect Until OCTOBER 27th ONLY 4 drive, V8, 4 ipeed Iranimlslion, Wai CIEAR-OUT SPECIAL Wat CIEAR-OUT SPECIAL Was CLEAR-OUT SPECIAL Wai CLEAR-CUT SPECIAL Complete with 18 fool grain box and I hoiit. New paint I Was CIEAP-OUT SPECIAL AIL NEW 1972 MODELS REDUCED ALL NEW 1972 MODELS REDUCED 304 STAFFORD DRIVt PHONE 327-3125 ;