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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MRS. BETTY JURIS, FIRST WOMAN BOARD MEMBER Council policy reaffirmed PINCHER CREEK (Special) ditures compared to those esli-1 A lively and sometimes "hot" The organizational meeting mated and shown in the bud-! discussion of the motion took of the town council was held get. place. Some councillors stated recently. "The chairman of all com- a good many of the points were The compliment of council mittees shall, as soon as pos- in operation at the present for three years is: Mayor Ar- able, give a report to the coun-, time and were working out wel] thur Ames; and councillors cil on all matters of an impor- and council didn't need a mo- John Olyslager, Francis Sorge, 'ant or controversial nature in- tion to continue them. James Burns, Bradford Saw-j volving his committee, so that I Considerable discussion yer, Oliver Haigh and new- the council may be kept fully j the recreation director's atte informed on all aspects of the dance was held. Recreation rector Hugh Waddle, in rep ing to this, said as he was comer Jeffrey Higa. Councillor Haigh's motion on town's affairs. the following rules and regula- FINANCES _ t i o n s governing "The chairm.-n of the finance j head of a department, he f the appointing of committees committee shall give a report; he should be free to attend, and council business was pass- on, and an explanation of, the; He also stated that as a re ed: auditor's yearly financial state-'. dent of the town he was e "The council shall have the ment to the council before it is, titled to attend council mee sole right to appoint all com- presented to the annual meet- ings. These are open to an rnittecs which may be cstah- ing of the town. one, whether at the council I lished for the transacting of "The municipal inspector's We or otherwise, council business. report shall also be presented Mr. Waddle recently was I "The administration staff and read to the council before ken on permanent staff, shall be given every en- same is presented to the an-: pp.nNT4GE couragement to directly admin- nual meeting of the town. ister the policies as laid down I "Priorities for the carrying by the council. out of all work by the public "When requiring information works department shall be es- or assistance with regard to tablished by the council and on paving frontage of proper town business, all town em- shall be strictly adhered to ex- purchased and developed ployees shall contact the chair- cept in the case of emergen-, Craig Construction on Oakwooc man of the committee concern- cies. A delegation of B. Craig am E. Shemko appeared befo council regarding prepayme Drive. O'Brien named chairman of Picture Butte board PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) _, Chairman Dick O'Brien wci- At the first regular of j C0med new members Mrs. the Picture Butte Municipal Juris and Mr. Watson to the Hospital, Mrs. Betty Juris was board nTaTboa'rd mcmh The'administrator gave a re- j port on the condition of the dic- taphone. It is not possible to re- pair the unit. Tenders to pur- chase a new unit will be sought. Other members taking office were R. S. O'Brien, S. P. John- son, Harry Watson and Ben Nyhof. Mr. O'Brien was eleclcd chairman for the year, with Mr. Johnson vice-chairman. Finance committee will be Mrs. Rose Moriyama present- Mrs. Juris and Mr. Watson. On ed the nurses' report. It was maintenance are Mr. Johnson I noted that last month the occu- and ftJ- Nyhof. pancy was 52.5 per cent. There The Picture Butte hospital will be represented at the Al- Ijerta Hospital Convention to he held at Edmonton in Novem- ber. i w e r e 354 treatments in I physiotherapy last month. Mrs. i Moriyama gave a brief history of the growth of physiotherapy for this hospital. She noted that considerable progress as to treatments and equipm e n ts since Picture Butte joined the travelling unit. It was again decided to con- tact the health commission in regards to an auxiliary patient addition to the hospital. There is space for some 12 beds. Mr. Nyhof and Mr. Tonkin gave reports of their atten- dance at the recent southern Alberta regional meeting. Thurtday, OtloUr 28, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Committee heads named at Raymond Initiation Days: needed? By LUCINDA LUCIIIA Herald News Service NOBLEFORD Initiation Days and what they mean to the teacher and students: Teacher Miss school spirit" and a bond be- tween the students. It is at this time, he said, that sen'or high studen s wish 10 make sure "fledglings" suc- cced during high school years. bad never experienced an initi- They set before these youthfu! ation sucli t type scholars many difficult tasks. Noble Central School and was' which require restraint, co-op- "pleasanlly surprized." err! ion, self discipline and per- She felt the eating of onions serverance. and garlic was society u t The morning saw hula girl o t h erwise Kevin Luchia having to polish found the day quite interesting. an the bus drivers' boots. To Max Pharis, another teacher, quote Kevin: these were "at thought "initiation" had no least 100 years taal significance, but is a fun Laure, Lynn 7.' T T, "clowning" ar Mrs. Luella Siray librarian, Licas Hummel felt the practice was outmoded: and should be abolished but she Nella Glola frae dref ed H1 went on to add: "but the kids P-vJarnas and Joan vandervalk wouldn't miss it for the world." ln z Palr of mcn s lmtler- The Irish Republic recorded Principal Paul Goldade, felt wcar' I its best fishing year in history the practice was part of a tra- Batman was Robert 1070 wjtj, a <.atci, valued st dition, building a "terrific Tarzan, Shawn Peters; I nearly million. was rabbit" muscular Jane, Penny Erick- son. Kangaroo court wound up the day with Julie Zanoni having to pick a duck with syrup on tier hands, Cheryl Sanderson being show girl. In all, 22 young persons were put through their paces and found life is not a'l a "how! or cherries" but contains a lot of difficulties. This was just the start of many arduous tasks that life has in store for the students. Many jobs will be unpleasant but it is how you face the task set out for you that tells what type of citizen you will be to- morrow, all agreed. RAYMOND (HNS) Six newly elected councillors and Mayor Robert Graham look the oath of office at a cere- mony conducted by W. L, Jones in the council chambers. Following the ceremony, Mayor Graham named coun- cillors to head working com- mittees to conduct town busi- ness. Finance, which includes tax collections, budget for com- munity development and by- laws: William W. Nalde'r, Cooper and A. G. Evans. Heallh and social welfare, cemetery, library, public aid, civil defence, licences and per- mits, chamber of commerce, planning commission: Council- lors A. G. Evans, John Bridge and Dean Cooper. Town protection, fire, police, street lighting: Val Grbavac, William W. Kaldcr and Bert R. Hall. Public works, roads, side- w a I k s. drainage, municipal i equipment, weeds and pel.s control: Bert R. Hall. Val Grbavac and John Bridge. Recreation and community services, parks, rinks, swim- ming pool, playgrounds, ball grounds and golf course: Dean Cooper, William Nalder and A. G. Evans. Waterworks, water, sewer, water storage, sanitation, gar- bage: John Bridge. Val Grba- vac and Bert R. Hall. Mayor Graham will be town representative on (he Ridge View Ixtdge's governing board and the Warner Health Unit Iward. Town officials: W. L. Jones, secretary treasurer; Chief of Police Ira Bourne, assistant Merling Campbell; town fore- man William Hague and build- ing inspector Joseph KirkJiam. Mrs. Cldand represents St. Paul's MILK RIVER (HNS) St. Paul's United Church Women will hold a "giant bake and white elephant" sale at a local garage here Oct. 23. Hot dogs and coffee will be served. Mrs. Ray Cleland will attend I IIP pvcsbyterial conference at Rnu Island Nov. Kay Schmiit and Mrs, Ken Welsh have bfcn busy nominating members for the upcoming election. Ten dollars was sent to the UCW's foster child in Korea. Mrs. Cliff Peterson led Bible study. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmors Phone 562-2149 ed, and only refer to the mayor "A committee consisting when it is necessary to do so. two councillors shall be a "That all information con- pointed by the council to r cerning business transacted by gotiate directly with the cou the council _ shall be given lo cil of the Pincher Creek MD the news media excepting any all important or difficult m< business which the council con- ters concerning both that a siders it is not in the public this council. This committ interest to disclose. shall do all it can to promo "After the town's financial and retain a good working r budget has been prepared, the lationship between both cou secretary treasurer shall sub- ciis. mit a report (as recommended "The recreation dire by the finance committee) to tor shall only attend meetin the council each month show- of the council when requestt ing actual income and expen- 1 to do A motion was defeated whic p- would have rescinded one e- made Aug. 9 which was to the ji- effect that Craig Construction on development at the west em t- must prepay water, sewer curb id and gutter and paving, ee It is town policy that a te town-owned lots have services e- prepaid. Mr. Craig wished to n- have his paving on the debenture plan, c- The entire council wished 's to be known that anyone is we d come to attend all counci meetings and is urged to do so. Committees PINCHER CREEK (Special) Town council committees for the next three years are. as follows with the first named chairman: Recreation, parks and at Pi teries: J. Iliga J. Burns an F. Sorge. Town planning and tow property: B. Sawyer, 0. Haig and J. Olyslager. Sewer and water: F. Sorge J. Higa and J. Burns. Public works, storm sewe and drainage: J. Burns, F Sorge and J. Higa. Sanitation, gas, lights, healt and welfare: 0. Haigh, B. Saw yer and J. Olyslager. Fire, ambulance and Creek d i ing: J. Olyslager, B. Sawyer and 0. Haigh. n Union negotiation and fi-1 nance: A. Ames, B. Sawyer and F. Sorge. Special committee members are as follows: Crestview Lodge, F. Sorge; library board, J. Olyslager; preventive socia service, 0. Haigh; recreation, 1 J. Higa; planning commission, 1 B. Sawyer; Chinook Health Unit, 0. Haigh; Pincher Creek Agricultural Society, J. Higa; hospital board, J. Olyslager. Delegated to attend AUMA parley COALDALE (HNS) -Delegated to attend the resolutions convention of the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association Edmonton were Herb Fletcher, secretary treasurer, and councillors Earl Foxall and John Gossen. The town asks that the provincial government undertake all future sweepstake lotteries in the province with the exception of: any lolterv under the given sum of Van Esvek al Grade 9 gracl NOBLEFORD (SpeciaD-Seventcen Grade 9 students o Noble Central School held their graduation event recent iy. Words of encouragemen were brought by Mrs. J. Har ters, on behalf of the Home and School; Mayor Arnold Lubbers on behalf of the village; wins award nation afi'air I Wobick, from the Lefhbridge County 26 school committee; and A. Groten, on behalf of the local advisory board.. Mr. Groten presented the outstanding Grade student, Miss Jane Van Esveld, with a special award. Mona-Rae Sloller presented a monologue and Rocky and Shelly Konynenbelt presented a clarinet and piano duet. Theme of the affair was "happiness is making it this far." These Are The Letltkidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area STIRLING RUTH ZAUGG Ann. ml sale BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) The Bellevue Community Library will hold a bake sale in the premises next to Bert's Barber Shop from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. K. Donations to the sale will he ;ratefully accepted and all arc nvilod lo patronize it-Pro c e e d s are for library costs and the purchase of moks. More district on page 5 TABER ROSS GIBB p 0 Box WARNER. MRS. PEARL UEBEIT Conlacl then peopVo for your District New! or Classified MR. DOUG DUNLOP PRESIDENT DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. PRICE FREEZE TO END! Save S200-S300 now! ON 1972 MODELS Beat the price freeze buy now You save by getting today's high trade-in allowance far your pesent car, plus you'll beat the probable price increase which is coming soon. Dunlop Ford have over 75 brand new 1972's in stock ready for delivery this at prices thot comply with temporary factory "price freeze" policies. 1972 PINTOS 1972 MAVERICKS AS LOW AS AS LOW AS SACRIFICE PRICES ON ALL REMAINING 71'S IN STOCK! ONLY 30-1971 MODEL CARS LEFT AND 3 LIGHT TRUCKS! 1971 TORINO 2-DOOR HARDTOP Medium blus in color. Dual racing mirrors, H.O. battery, auto, transmission, ww lires, whee! covers, bodyside mldg. and many other Ford Better Ideas. AS LOW AS 1971 MAVERICK 2-DR., DEMONSTRATOR Equipped with 302 V8, 3 speed floor stick shift, ww tires, wheel covers, radio. Only miles. Bright Red in Color. VALUE CO7QC PRICED AT I WW 1971 FORD LTD BROUGHAM 4-DOOR HARDTOP 4 of these models left. Fully equipped, automatic, air conditioning, stereo, electric windows and seats. As low as YOU SAVE OVER 1971 F-100 SPORTS CUSTOM 302 V8, out o. Irons., sliding rear window, rear bumper, overload springs, body side moulding, ww tires and wheel covers, this is our parls demo, with low miles. Regulor 4708.90. YOUR LOW PRICE ONLY A HUNDRED QUALITY USED CARS AVAILABLE FOR YOUR INSPECTION! 1970 MERCURY CYCLONE 3-DOOR HADTOP, 428 Cobra Jet cnainc, auto. Irons., P.S., P.B., rodio, power windows, tack, while knitted vinyl buckets, candy apple Red exlerlor, only original miles. COCO1 PRICE FREEZE SPECIAL I 1969 FORD LTD 10 PASSENGER SQUIRE WAGON. V8, automatic, P.S., P.B., radio, deluxe roof rack, originally sold by Dunlop Ford wilh full service file available, for your C4JIOO Impeclion. PRICE FREEZE SPECIAL, ONLY___ OPEN HOURS: a.m. lo p.m. Weekdays FORD THIS IS FORD COUNTRY WHAT DO YOU DRIVE? Corner Mayor Magrath Drive, 16th Avenue S. Phone 328-8861 ;