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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Lots for loiv-CGSt housing to be spread through town COALD.Ai.E (HNS) Town council, after some agreed lo tho concept that I he town should have some residen- tial lots available for low-cost housing. There are now 11 such units in the town, some single and sume ir.ultip'e dwellings. Members of council do nul want to have tliis type of hous- ing concentrated in just one area of town. It was decided to deal with each application individually. Council is interested to make sure tho exterior of Ihe houses would be varied in color ami Class of '62 reunion set for Sunday MAGRATH (HNS) The Magrath High School class of 1962 is holding a class reunion Sunday, Sept. 3, from 1 to 9 p.m. at the Lcthbridge Experi- mental Farm picnic grounds. Everyone interested is invit- ed to attend. Bring your lunch and your family and re- new acquaintances. If further information Is re- quired, telephone 3284481, Mrs. Al (Linda) Liptak. design and have a certain mea- sure of quality. Tlie town now has ownership of about 35 lots. 10 of which are serviced. The others soon will be. The town ambulance Is in need of renair, councillor Wil- liam Marl (is of the fire and department, report- ed. The motor overikaiil ic ex- pected to take several weeks. In the meantime, arrangements will be made to rent an ambu- lance from a Calgary firm or see whether it is possible to ob- tain some ambulance service Irom the City of Lethbridge. To date in 1972, returns for ambulance services have been about compared to S198 for maintenance and repairs, councillor Martens said. A sub-committee of the LetJi- bridge County 26 southern re- gional recreation board is pre- paring a recommendation for council regarding the future of the board or amalgamation of the north and south county of Lethbridge recreation boards. The county council recently in- formed the boards and the town council they wish to have only one board to handle recreation- al matters. If this is not done the county plans to withdraw its participation from the rec- reational agreement. Each mu nicipality, according to the agreement, must contribute one mill towards the recreational boards. COMPETETION FOSTER PARENTS FOR BLOOD RESERVE GROUP HOME, STANDOFF, ALTA. Open to ail interested couples. Group Home accommodates 4 teenagers. Aged 12 to 18 years. For application forms contact: ARNOLD FOX BLOOD TRIBE -SOCIAL SERVICES STANDOFF, ALBERTA or PHONE 737-3911 ClOSfNG DATE OF COMPETITION SEPT. Schools In the County of Lethbridga 26 wiH open for the foil term on Tuesday, September f. At Picture Butte, only the leachen will be preterit on September 5. Vani will operate to schools In iown of Pic- rure Bulte on Wednesday, September 6. Students ihould be prepared to attend a full day. The schoofs fnvolved are; Picture Bu-tie High School, the Dorolhy Dalgliesh School and St. Cath- erine's Roman Calnollc Separate School. Vans wrll operate to all other counly ichools, and St. Joseph'j Separate School in Coaldale on Tuesday, September 5. Both students and will be in attendance. 3200 students are expected to enroll ]rv Hie 16 ichoofs operated by the County of Lelhbrldge, of these 235 are beginners who will be attending vcbool for the first time. W, D. Geldert, recreation dir- ector, at a previous meeting of ouncil submitted a detailed re- jort on the regional recreation- systems in the coimty of and other munici- palities in southern Alberta. ODD-SHAPED LOTS Council accepted the recom- mendation of Mayor A, F. ilakie on a formula for front- ootage levies for odd shaped ots. The bylaw was passed unanimously. If a lot has rontage of less than 50 feet it will be charged the minimum, 50 feet. Mayor Blakie said these oU often have a large overall square footage. The Coaldale Businessmen's Association, in a letter, suggest- ed the business taxes levied should be channelled back into .he commercial area of town. Councillor Marten was ap- pointed to discuss with the busi- lessmen what they wish done with these tax dollars. It amounts to about annual- The association also indicat- ed, as did members of council who are in business in town, hat the commerical land val- ue is assessed to high. A re-assessment of the com- mercial area will be done in 1972 for the 1973 assessment roll. 1, 1972 LETHBKIDGI HtRALD STICKING IN THE SADDLE TO HELP RAISE HOSPITAL STANDARDS Ride raises Food warmers supplied RAYMOND (HNS) The Raymond Municipal Hospital has recieved 25 hot pak units, (food a gift from the hospllal auxiliary. Included in. the gift wera three auxiliary oven racks. Mrs. Brandon Scott, president of the auxiliary says "the auxed from its extreme condition during the'week. Crowsuest Forest offices at ilairmore report there have >een no fires in the Crowsnest Forest this season due to a wet summer and care and co- iperation of Ihe travelling pub- lic. With the long weekend com .ug up, it is expected many will be making their final visits :o the forests for the season and they are urged to use extreme care with fire and cigarettes. Many hunters will also be using the forests this fall and :hey too are urged to use ex- treme caution. HOOKED ON DRUGS There are an estimated incurable drug addicts in the Philippines. Plan to Attend THE OFFICIAL IMPLEMENTATION OF CANADA'S NEW BEEF GRADING SYSTEM Tuesday, September 5th 11 a.m. Medicine Hat Exhibition Grounds Official Stamping of Carcasses if Samples of Beef Carcasses According to New Grades Alto HON. H. A, (BUD) OLSON-The Canadian Deparlmanl of Agriculture BERT HARGRAVES-The Canadian Cattlemen's Association W. A. MlLL-Meat Packers Council of Canada CHARLES MUNROE-Canadicm Federation of Agriculture BARBECUE Open to the Public to follow! OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! Many people put forth their jest. Oliver Haigli, hospital ad- ministrator, who had never been on a horse, was good for 0 miles; Hugh Waddle, recrea- ion director, another non-rider, managed 40 miles and wonders TOURS WITH BAND French horn player Jack Cal- tler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron CaLdcr of Bow Island and grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Searle, loured Hol- land, England, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy, the Uniled States and this country in August lo present 21 concerts. It was sponsored hy the International Music Camp as a "grass roofs" cul- tural exchange program. Tak- ing part was an 80-piece con- cert band and a 60-voice con- cert choir. Ice centre meeting Wednesday NOBLE FORD (Special) The annual meeting of the Vobleford Community Ice Cen- re will be held in the curling rink Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 8 p.m. Much of (he meeting will dis- cuss the building of phase one of the new ice centre. ow; Mrs. Doris Rowledge, W, promised the hospital 30 miles and made it. Leon Orr of Coutts and irenda Cowan of Medicine Hat oined the local riders. The Peter's, Perry's and F. larr's homes were check-out joints and refreshment stations long the way. Upon reaching Pincher Creek n the evening, hospital auxil- ary women supplied lunch. The 4-H club, which has been .nder tho direction of Geoff lardy for a number of years, IBS held three Rid-a-Thons nth proceeds going to the ag- icultural and historical societ- es and this year to the hospital. In all they have raisec to Awards winner TABER George Hart, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Hart of Purple Springs, was the recipi- ent of the lion's share of the awards presented recently at St. Mary's Higli School. George, who was named class valedictorian for his efforts, re- ceived the award for high- est marks in math 30, presentee by Ken McDonald, the awan for highest marks obtained in physics 30, given by a repre- sentative of the parent teachers association; the award pre- sented lo the male student will the highest average by the members of the St. Mary's Higli School student union, and given by the union president; th award for the highest mark in math 32 and the award for th highest mark in French 30 given by the Brothers o Lourdes. The CWL award for the highest mark in chemistry was earned by Debbie Thomas Donna Kliks took the CWL award for the highest mark in social studies. Soothe baby after graduation Nov. 16 PINCHER CREEK (Special) Girls and boys 12 years of age and older arc invited to take part in an Alberta Safety Council baby-sitting course. It will commence Sept. 25 at p.m. in the small meeting room of the town hall. It will continue each Monday at except Thanksgiving, until the course is completed. Registration fee is payable on Ihe evening of Sept. 6, or by contacting either Jan RuHan at 627-4337 or Vera Gingras at 627-4582 before that date. Only I 35 to 40 boys and girls will be! accepted. I Lectures will include: Ethics of Babysitting by Mrs. Edna j Mackenzie Sept. 23; Child Care by Mrs. Margaret Smith, Oct. 2; First Aid hy Alex McMunto, Oct. 10; Fire by Archie Pe- trone, Oct. 1C; Safety hy Mrs. Jessie Hardy, Oct. 23. The sponsors, the local chap- ter of the Alberta Association of Registered Nurses, will hav a revision, if necessary, on Oct 30, with the final examinatio1 Nov. 6. Graduation ceremonia. will be held Nov. 10th. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., BloTrmorft Phona 562-2149 Mrs. Scott heads women for hospital RAYMOND (HNS) Mrs. Brandon Scott is president of the Raymond Municipal Hospit- al Women's Auxiliary. Other officers: First vice-pres- ident, Mrs. Verland Leavitt; second vice-president, Mrs. Martha Taylor; secretary, Mrs. M. Brown; and treasurer, Mrs. Tucker ffironaka. These Are The LctWnridge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area PINCHER CREEK MRS, tDWARO IUNN (SpecieI lux Hi MACIEOD- MRS. TED SWIHARr 234-3619 School starts gradually COALDALE (HNS) Four schools in this town, R. I Baker, John Davidson, Kati Andrews High and the St. Jo- seph's Separate, will com mence classes for the 1972-73 term at 9 a.m. Tuesday. First day classes will dis miss at 12 noon. The teachers will use the afternoon as plan- ning session. Wednesday it will be the be- ginning of full school days. REVERSE ACTION The hummingbird flies vards by reversing its feathers. ROYAL BANK APPOINTMENT A. B. REITER The Royal Bank of Canada Ii pleased to announce the appoint- ment of Mr. A. B. Reiter 01 Mana- ger of Paroni Branch. Mr. Reiter succeedi Mr. B. G, Thorn who hai been transferred to Medicine Hat, Alberia. A native of Kerrobert, Saskat- chewan, Mr. Reiiej- joined bank at luseland, Saskatchewan on November 9, 1956 and hat since held varioui pwltloni throughout Alberia, the most re- cent being at Brook) Branch. WATCH TUESDAY'S HERAID FOR FURNITURE CLOSE-OUT SALE PERMIT NO. 951 DEI BO NIT A ERNIE DAITON Gen. NOBLEFORD 1. IUCHIA Phons Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising ATTENTION MR FARMER! you Interested tn seeing a WHEEUNE WHICH IS MOVED FROM THE END. Rather than from the middle. Come out to PERRY PRODUCE-CO ALDALE and MM THUNDER8IRD WHEEUNE, a first for Alberta! TIME: a.m. to p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday Sept. 5th and 6th PLACE: Mile East of the Chin Store Then 1 Mile North IRRIGATION DIVISION INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 226 36 ST. NORTH PHONE 328-3357 ;