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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Waste disposal plan proposed TuMday, October 16, LETHBRIDOE HERALD-15 Council seeks federal funds for police-building work PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek Town Council is con- sidering the use of the Winter Capital Projects Fund for work on the police building if negotiations with the RCMP are successful. The proposal will be to house town and rural detachments under one roof. Ken Thornton has asked for and received the Town's sup- port in obtaining similar Minor hockey league set COALDALE (HNS) A Coaldale and District Minor Hockey Association has been formed here and is preparing to register with the Alberta Amateur Hockey Association Doug Campbell was named chairman Directors are Jim Calderm, Doug Reynolds, Keith Conquergood, El win Miller and Steve Tokariuk. Garth Larson is the secretary- treasurer The association, in conjunc- tion with the South Oldman River Recreation Board, will be in charge of minor hockey activities here About 20 persons will serve as volunteer officials for the teams and games funding for building a club house for the golf club if the police-building project is re- jected. Only one project of this type is allowed a community under this program. Town council will propose to Waterton Park officials that the town operate a sanitary landfill site to handle refuse from Pincher Creek, the municipal district and the park. Council agreed to approach the park after it received a letter from park officials ex- pressing concern about solid waste and sludge disposal in the area. Herald- District Cattle auction results show steer prices down HOUSING SOUGHT COALDALE (HNS) Town council will apply to the Alberta Housing Corporation for construction of self- contained senior citizens units here. Council, the hospital board and Barons-Eureka Preven- tive Social Services Depart- ment based the application on of a survey which in- 'icated a need for the units as well as a senior citizens home and home in the town. Prepi taring to pave Stockpiling of gravel and asphaltic material goes ahead southeast of Lethbridge on the Coutts Highway and near Coaldale for paving of the Coaldale-Raymond highway. Peter Keiwit Construction of Calgary has the contract with a Nov. 15 completion date. CRANBROOK, B.C Return of for 218 head of mixed cattle is reported for Cranbrook Sales Point, Community Auction Sales Ltd. last week by manager Bill Bradford. Steer calf price was down Students receive scholarships FORT MACLEOD (Special) The sixth annual Clara Sanderson Memorial award day was held at the F. P. Walshe High school recently Frank Sanderson founded the scholarship scheme in memory of his sister, a pioneer teacher of the dis- trict. He presents each year to top students of grades 9 to 12 Mr Sanderson presented cheques to the following students: Linda Lee, Ramona Stevens, Roberta Grynoch and Bemidma Kocken; Kathy Goodstriker; James Wolftail, Grade 9, Annerita Van Gool, Lorelei Schmidt, Grade 10 matriculation, Elaine Nelson, Lloyd Eagle Child and Mary Healy. Grade 11 winners were- Matriculation Berendina Van Eck, Linda Dersch Diploma honors went to Michael Plourde and the native stu- dent with the highest average was Bill Weasel Fatt The grade 12 students are given their awards at the regular graduation exercises. Assistance for grass growers TABER (HNS) Residents of the Taber MD desiring to make application under the grass incentives program of the federal government's department of agriculture, may receive assistance from officials from the Medicine Hat office of PFAA The officers will be at the Taber Motel all day Nov 27 and 28, and at the Vauxhall Motel Nov 29 Applicants for assistance must present their permit books for the years 1969-70, 1970-71, and 1973-74. COMING! Cfieofc pur home for pre-winter needs now! Aluminum Storm Windows 94.00 Priced from dtt Aluminum Self-Storing Doors Special only up Caulking Compound New heavy duty caulking compound.........Per Tube 69 Weatherstrip Aluminum and rubber Per Set PLACE YOUR ORDER NOWI Insulation Roofing ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. "YOUR PIONEER LUMBER DEALER SINCE 1925" Corner 2nd Ava. and 13th St. S. Phono 321-3301 about three cents at 58 to 61, but other classifications held their own or were higher. Year's tally for the sales point is now head returning with largest sale of the year, calves only and a head entry set for Thur- sday Price ranges in the Thurs- day sale were good heifer calves 51 to 55; yearling steers 48.50 to 52, yearling heifers 47 to 49, fat cows 35 to 37, light feeder cows 38 to 41 50; and baloney bulls 38 to 42 cents. Creston and Meadow Creek growers were contributors to the sale, and almost all the animals went to Southern Alberta buyers Charolais cross calves sale here Thursday is attracting interest, with the sales point scheduling an ad- ditional four sales after that to Dec 12 Hockey executive COALDALE (HNS) Trevor Wilson of Coaldale was recently chosen president of the newly formed Oldman River Men's Hockey League George Hennessy of Lethbridge is the vice- president and George Vaselenak secretary- treasurer Directors are Gunther Duda, Coaldale, Er- nie Courtoreille, Picture Butte, Ken Pierson, Shaughnessy and Doug Ober, Readymade Nine teams have been formed, two from Shaughnessy, two from Coaldale, one from Readymade, one from Picture Butte, one from Sunnyside and two from Lethbridge Early snowfall Summits in the high country were covered with snow over the weekend and there were about two inches of slushy snow on the Kananaskis Road a few miles north of Coleman. The blanket wad stained grey and black from rock dust on the road surface. Firefighters emphasize prevention to children The South In short Adult classes attract 70 CLARESHOLM (Special) Members of the ,Claresholm Volunteer Fire Department are conducting an intensive campaign to emphasize the need for fire prevention As part of that campaign, they recently entertained 30 members of the Claresholm 1st Cub Pack The boys and their leaders visited the fire hall and were shown the trucks and equipment used by firemen Three members of the fire department visited Claresholm elementary school and addressed 265 enthusiastic Grades 1 to 4 students A fire truck and ful- ly dressed firemen were dis- played and the students were told the main causes of fire, how to turn in an alarm and the new fire number During fire prevention week the 25-member department did a door-to-door canvass of the entire town, distributing fire prevention literature Only fire to occur during fire prevention week was a small grass fire on the Gordon Lamb farm, 11 miles northeast of Claresholm Schools seek assistance PINCHER CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek School Division, St Michael's School District, Pincher Creek Kindergarten and Pincher Creek Headstart are seeking federal funding to hire help for schools next year Anyone who may be in- terested in working in schools should register with Canada Manpower in Lethbridge Further information can be obtained by calling the school organizations listed above. CLARESHOLM (Special) Seventy adults have registered for eight evening courses being sponsored by the Claresholm Recreation Department and Willow Creek School Division. The courses are photography, typing, bookkeeping for small business, Spanish, upholstery, French, women's car owner's course, Oriental cooking The classes are held in Willow Creek Composite High School begin this week Election Wednesday STIRLING (HNS) Elec- tion for a school board trustee will be held Wednesday from 10 00 a m to 8-00 p.m. in the Stirling School Those to be voted upon will be Glen Adamson and Helen McGIenn are the candidates Others now on the board are Boyd Hirsche and David Steed PTA meeting Thursday STIRLING (HNS) The Parent-Teachers' Association will hold its first meeting of this school year, Thursday a. 8 00 p m at the school Principal Joseph Stevenson will introduce the school staff and will discuss school1 policies and cirnculum Residents get arena priority COALDALE (HNS) Residents of Coaldale and the immediate district will be given priority when schedules are drawn up for ice time in the Sportsplex, to open Nov 15. Policy guidelines for use of the arena are being for- mulated by the recently ap- pointed arena management committee The committee meets Wednesday at 8 30 p.m. in the town office chambers to approve schedules Committee members for 1973-74 are A F Blakie. chair- man, Earl Foxall, council representative, Dean Cofell, Doug Campbell, Ron Chiz- mazia, Roger Handley and Duncan Lloyd W D Geldert, recreation director for the town, will be a consultatn The late arrival of bleachers has delayed the opening from 1 Development control bylaw hearing Nov. 20 TABER (HNS) Residents of the Taber MD will have an opportunity Nov. 20, to air their views on a new develop- ment control bylaw for the Taber MD which has received first reading by council. The public hearing will take place in the municipal council room from 2 to 5 p m People intending to make presen- tations are required to so ad- vise the secretary-treasurer Douglas Francis before noon on the day of the hearing. Presentations may be made by written brief, or by per- sonal represenation Each person will be allowed five Watering to stop STIRLING (HNS) The last day for outdoor watering here will be this Wednesday to allow for the reservoir to be filled to supply indoor water supplies for the winter minutes for giving his expres- sion on the bylaw. The officer to be appointed will control all development within the municipality. The MD council would be the appeal authority against rulings of the planning officer. Pitching in Eldon Anderson, pub- lisher of the Claresholm Local Press, helps Gary Pederson, left, unload a linotype machine purchas- ed from The Herald after the Lethbridge paper switched to the new off- set printing method. Sidewalk plan proposed COALDALE (HNS) The proposed 1974 sidewalk and street program will be sub- mitted at the Oct. 22 meeting of town council. Rae Yamasaki, town ad- ministrator, Jim Taylor, public works foreman and councillors Abe Ens and William Martens of the public works department are prepar- ing the proposed program. A grant of in 1974 will come from the provincial government's Street Assistance and Paving Program The paving contract for the grant is expected to be signed by town officials soon. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS-dRCUUTIOII-JOIflllKTINB Vwnon DMOUI, NMMMrt (top.. The lethbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area ETZIKOM MRS. PIUS IHMiS ..................................666-2157 ENCHANT MM. MARGARET DONCHAK .........................ttt-2159 FERNIE MM. RICHARD WILLIAMS ..........................423-7436 FOREMOST QIOPP TAQQ.......................................667-3661 FORT MACLEOD MM. TtO SWIHART ..............J................ 234-3612 GRANUM MftS.EDCfSAR..................................236-3606 Contact these people for your District Newt or Classified Advertising ;