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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Municipal financing draft is submitted to hospital PINCHER CREEK (Special) I rooms and bathrooms soon. I or, In building a Letter society Tnunday, 9, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 At a recent meeting of the A representative of the hos- advisory board of SI. Vincent's i ijilal will attend the meeting re- Jlospital, a draft agreement covering future municipal fi- nancing of the hospital was siih- in which to live. The delegates to the confer- garding the proposed new ence will he making rccommen southwestern Alberta regional i dalions lo the federal govern- laundry service to he establish-' mcnt, as lo ways in which cd in Lethbridge. friendship centres across Can- milled to the Town of Pincher Creek, the Municipal District of I In other news the Town of! ada can help solve the problems Pincher Creek and the Village i Pincher Creek, in keeping with of increased native migration of Cowley for approval. i other lowns, will be holding Members of the Beaver Mines i nomination day Seplcmber 15 Women's Instilule inspected! al Ihe Town Hall from 10 a.m. inlo urban areas. The hosl province of the 1371 National Friendship Centre their donation of an ice making! to 12 noon. Margaret Limn, re- Conference is the Alberta As- machine and were pleased that turning officer, will he in alien-1 socjalion of Friendship Centres. so dance. i pleased Lheir donation had been worthwhile during Ihe rerenl I Noininal.ions for three-year long spell ol hoi weather. Let- terms mil be received (en- ters of (hanks Ironi the govern-! mayor, six councillors, five sop- ing board and also on behalf of j arate school hoard meinhers (he advisory board and the lios-1 and one hoard mcmher (or the pital staff were scnl tn Ihe in- Willow Creek Auxiliary hosuil- slitutc. al, Claresholm. Coronary monitoring equip-. CONFERENCE PLANNED I ment from two companies has j On September 13 to the 17, Fur furlher informalion con- tact Jeffrey Clioy-Hce, liost commitlcc chairperson, Cana- dian Nalivc Friendship Centre, 10176-117 St., Edmonton, Alber- ta. (Wi i words Game meeling in Colcmaii COLEMAN (CNP The Coleman Fish and Game Association will hold a general meeling in Ihe Coleman Lions Hall al p.m. Monday. Sept. 13. The executive has announced many important items will he on the agenda for the evening. Members are urged to turn out. made been demonstrated in (he hos- pital, and it is hoped to have the basic items of equipment operating in the hospital short- ly. The medical staff approved Ihe application by Dr. James Nicas of Lelhbridge for hospital privileges, and this was submit- ted to the governing board for approval. Another successful fire drill was held in the hospital. Mrs. Hazel Oliver donated a pair of crutches to the hospital and Mr. Osmundsen of Los Angeles, over 35 native Friendship Cen- tres from across Canada will be migrating and meeting in Ed- J monton for its annual confer- 1. ill I' ence. The annual meeting has been called by Andrew Bear Robe, national co-ordinator of Friend- ship Cenlres, to deal specifical- ly with the urgent crisis that confronls all urban cities across Canada, which is the increased influx of native people into ur- ban areas. Since 1955. Native Friendship California, donated to the Centres have been in operation Ladies Auxiliary. Approval was given for the gravelling of two grass plots al the rear of the Hospital lo pro- vide additional parking of cars of employees. Also approved was the re-roofing of (he kilchcn throughout Canada, and have been atlempting to meet the needs of native people migra- ting from rural to urban areas. There is no doubt of the value ol Ihe service Friendship Centres provide, in an age when roof, and il is hoped to make Canadians arc confronted with a start on renovating patient's I Ihe problem of growing togeth- These Are The LetKbridge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHALL MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. Box 239 STiRUNG RUTH ZAUGG General Delivery TABER ROSS GIBB .................P.O. 2187 TYRRELt'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMUNG P.O. Box 97, Wreniham WARNER MRS. PEARL UEBEIT General Delivery Contact these pcopls for your District Newi or Classified Advertising PINCHER CREEK (Special) Changes and addilions have been made lo award winners of Claresholm NEW CHURCH AT SPARWOOD The new Si. Michael's Roman Calliolit Church nears complelion al Sparwood. Completion dale was earlier set for May but il is ex- pected lo be ready for use very soon. Adjoining arc Ihe convenl and rectory. Lalka Photo Venturers gather at Salt Lake BARIvYVELL (HNS) Three carloads of Barnwcll young men allemled the Venturer-Ex- Ear, Gri and cmford clorcr conference al Salt Lake Those making the hip by car wcrc Lavone and Ellen John- the Pincher Creek and District Agricultural Fair. The President's Cup goes to the Ernie Johnson family, 11 the Westrop family as previous-! lllStclllCU ly announced. This is given lo the family winning the most points. Also going to the Ernie Johnson family is tire Eaton award- BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Hans Hasselman trophy i _ jiarx Gryschuk of Hillcrest the most individual points ,vils as District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler of District No. 2 of Ihe BPOK. Mr. CJryschiih attended Ihe Gryschuk by BPOE for in grains and grasses goes lo Mrs. Dull] While. The Edwina Cummins Mem- orial Award and the Simpsons- Scars cward goes lo Mrs. Alice Zieffle. The 4-II Achievement Award Canadian convention held al Sudbury, Out., in July where he was installed at Hie seminar with 2S other district deputy consisting of a perpetual trophy j grand exalted rulers from all and yearly award lot the dis- trict boy or girl achieving the most points Leslie Johnson. Barbecue Sept. 18 PINCHER CREEK (Special) have been finalized for the Grizzly Districl Council Boy Sco'tls of Canada barbecue, to be held Saturday, September 18 at the Castle River Camp- grounds (west on the old high across Canada. CLARESIIOLM Ted has announced a memorial service for the Colin and Sally Statters will be held Friday night at seven I o'clock at St. John's Anglican Church at which time an offer- ing will be taken in aid o[ the couple's four children. I The Statters died following a shooting in a family dispute. A private funeral was held here lasl Saturday. The children. Debby J1. Mich ael n, Mark 5 and Gail 7, are staying with relatives in CaJ- gary. i Rev. Weare says anyone i ing to make an offering by mail i may send il lo SI. John's An- glican Church. City recendy. Wes Sorgarrl allends -parley Irving Eleven other Iwys who took this trip were Bruce Cle- ments, Randy Nielsen, Robin and Bob Hansen, Marty John- son, Deloy Jensen, Doug Grigor, Greg Johnson, Lynn Edwards, Carlos Jensen and Bill Ander- UION SPRINGS (HNS) -'son. Wesley Sorgard of Iron Springs i All those attending stayed al recently allended (he western j the BYU campus dorms. They regional convention of the In-; attended several meetings, took ternational Brotherhood of Ma- j part in competitive sporls, and gicians al Calgary. heard classroom instruction on He performed organ music for the public magicians' show and for other convention events. More than 100 magicians were in attendance from west- ern Canada, Oregon, Texas, many vocations. The "Lillle Olympics." in which 1.300 boys participated, look place in the Cougar Sladi- um on the BYU campv.s. There were 17 groups, with 10 to 30 I boys in each group, talcing part in many competitive sports. I This lasted for three hours. The highlight of activities was having two members from the first presidency of the LDS Church present on two differ- ent occasions. They were presi- denls Hugh B. Brown and Nath- an Tanner. New York. Montana and Am- sterdam. Holland. Croivsnesl Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernan Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmora Phona 562-2M9 Mrs. Gryschuk, who is a past awarded to Honored Royal Lady of the Blah-more OORP, accompanied her husband on Ihe molor Lrip lo Eastern Canada Mr. Gryschuk has been a m ember of the Blairmore BPOE No. J5 since 1961 and has been through all chairs and was exalted ruler in 1965 and 1966. He has also been chair- man of the hall committee and co-chairman of the enlertain- ment committee. His plans for the season in- Plans are to hold it from elude an official visit to all 5 p.m. lo 7 p.m. I District No. 2 which Everyone is welcome to at.' i n c 1 n d e s Ferme. Coleman. lend and in the event of incle-1 Blairmore, Pincher Creek, Fort mcnt weather an alternative j Macleod and Granum. sight will be the Memorial Com munily Cenlre arena. Tickels are on sale and any- may do so from any Venturer or Boy Sciut or phone 627-3257. RECORD LEVEL Fish exporls from Auslraha one wishing lo purchase them are expected to reach a record level this year, worlh almost S67.8 million. Home ot fine Brazier Foodt Dairy Queen brazier. Friday and Saturday Only! SEPTEMBER 10th and llth Brazier Burger French Fries Milk Shake (CHOICE OF FLAVORS) (REGULAR SIZE) Both Locations NORTH and SOUTH Eat, Drink and be Merry at Your Dairy Queen! NORTH STORE 516 13th St. N. SOUTH STORE Phone 327-4855 1152 M.M. Drive Phone 327-6440 CAPITOL FURNITURE'S Annual Store-Wide Is ON-RIGHT NOW! You've been thinking of buying bur were waiting until the price was right! WELL NOW !S THE TIME! We've just received a carload of mattresses and box springs get them now and Save! Save! Save! al these Carload Prices! CAPITOL DELUXE ENSEMBLE 39" qujll lop unit complete wilh sel of legs, head board brackets and an oMradive head board. HARVEST SALE, ONLY CAPITOL SUPREME ENSEMBLE a bcauliful cover complete wilh id blackel, and an allractivo head 39" quill top Unit in of legs, head bo- board. HARVEST SALE PRICE, ONLY CAPITOL DELUXE UNIT 54" Rcgulcir Double Bed Size. HARVEST SALE, ONLY...... go fast at these prices! We tilso have store-wide savings in mis- matched and display floor units from Sim- mons and Sealy. PLUS MANY, MANY MORE UNADVERT1SED BARGAINS AS WELL! Convpnienl Budget Terms Availoblol i Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday Nights! I 326 5th Street South Phone 327-8578 ;