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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 'HE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Saluidny, September 9, 1972 Regular services NOBLEFOlin Regular church services of the Nobleford United Church will commence Sunday, Sept, 10 at a.m. Mr. Caldcnvood will speak. Dogs to study COUTTS (HNS) Obedience training classes for dogs over four months old will be held in the Milk River Ice Arena start- ing Sept. 11 .it 8 p.m. This is a ID-week course with classes once a week. It is joint- ly sponsored by the Lcthbrklge District Kennel Club and the recreation board. Dogs are required (o wear a choker collar. A six-foot leash is also needed and this may be purchased at the classes. Further information may be obtained by contacting Mr. or Mrs. Stan Long of Coults, Box 161. Math parley CARDSTON (H N S) Mrs. Lillian Beswick of Spring Coulee, a teacher at the Card- slon Junior High School, attend- ed a convention helrl by the Na- tional Council of Teachers of Mathematics at the University ol Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. Mrs. Bcswick, along with teachers from nil aver the con- tinent, found tho convention most informative. Wolkafhon set SPARWOOD (HNS) Fcrnic Rotary Club's annual walka- thon will take place Oct. 1. "We're hoping for an even better turnout than last said Owen Corrigan. It will cover 18 miles and will start at 8 a.m. at the Fernie Centennial Centre with reg- istrations up to Nears completion riNCHER CREEK (Special) Tlic Pinchcr Creek Commu- nity Hall is Hearing completion and should be finished by Sept. 15, The board is now taking bookings for the hall. This new building is suitable for club (unctions, dances, weddings, banquets and public meetings. Peigans to vote PINCHEn CREEK (Special) Preparations are unto way for elections to be held on the Pel- gan Indian Reserve this fall. ycliffe park shelter okayed CRANBROOK Going into its second year de- velopment as a "people" park, the 450-acre Wycliffe Regional Park, Imlf-way Cran- brook and Kimberley and com- fort ahJy a ccess iblo to 00 per cent of [tie region's population, AP Parts Olympic Sweepstake Winner Announced! LONGE STI Pictured obove li John Schoalie of John and Wimp's Shell Service in Lethbridge receiving a prize of In place of 2 (ickeu 1o AP Olympic Sweepstake in Munich, Ger- many. Also In Ihe pfctyre receiving a cerlificote for a beauti- ful color TV set is Bob Snowdon accepting for Roy Ully, winner of the Partsman Automotive prize. Presenting the prizes it Arms Johnson, territory manager for AP parts of Canada. is to liavc a permament year-round shelter. Regional District of East Kootenay board has authorized lenders for the structure. It will provide shelter and warmth for winter users. Part of the park is donated former BCFS tree nursery, with power and water already pro- Adjoining crown land acre- age from Perry Creek to the St. Mary's River was also ac- quired by HDEK without cost, and had vestiges of old logging roads. Park acreage flanks Highway 95A including the Wycliffe Ex- hibition Association for gymkhana and rodeo purposes. Minimal capital expenditure budget with Local Incentives Projects and Opportunity for Youth have accomplished much in clearing picnic sites and sanitation facilities in. the north section, while the Wy- cliffe Exhibition Association, affiliate of a half-dozen eques- trian groups, has done wonders with its section. This also utilized LIP and OFY, but also applied sur- pluses from its various shows, competitions and rodeos to pro- vide impressive improvements. These include show ring, bleachers, corrals, and animal and people shelter on the site, Cro.-s country skiing, snow- mobiling and ice fishing will be its most popular winter use with opened trails in the north semi-wilderness area where the new shelter is planned, This section also provides resident superintendent housing in the abandoned tree nursery staff quarters. NOTICE .The City of Lethbridgo will be offering 51 lots for sale In the Weslbridge Subdivision (see Map) during the week of September 25lh 1972, and applica- tions will bo received in the office of the City Manager commencing at Noon on Monday, September 25 and terminating at p.m. on Friday, Sepl- ember29. As there are certain regulations and specifications which musl be observed in the development of these properties, prospective puchasers are requested to obtain a brochure which has been prepared in this regard and will be available al the office of the City Manager on Thursday, September 1 4. Further information relative to this subdivision may be obtained by con- tacting Mr. Ken Seman ot City Hall or by phoning 328-2341. Head Cliicf Maurice McDou- gall's term of office will open or the November election ilong wilh other vacancies. There are members on he Pcigan reserve. Several will out to fill the vacancies vhen UIG current terms expire. Priscilla Club CARMANGAY (HNS) [Velve members and two vis- tors were present for the meet- ng at the home of Mrs. Ruth Dahl. The club sponsored races and janics for the young people at he agricuter fair. Members sang "Happy Birth' day'J to Mrs. Gill Ajiderson who was celebrating that day. Mrs, Pauline Rosekrantz won he entertainment prize and Mrs. Anderson won the raffle, vlrs. Violet Davies will be hos- ess for the next meeting. Building leaps CHANBROOK (SpeciaD- continued to soar in August at a total of for 33 projects approved. This compared with 23 build- ing permits for for the previous August. Permits covered three major commer- cial projects, The Sandman Mo- :el at and ajoining Shell Service Station at cornering on Cranbrook and 4th St. N., and the MacDonald Beattie-Noble Ltd. pharmacy tvhich will also house the Ca- nadian Imperial Bank at Ba- ker and 10th Ave. corner at August brought the year's total estimated value of new building to which in eludes, approximately a million in school construction. Wasiiock vins seat on board WIN SCHOLARSHIP! Blairmore students Leah Trudeau, left, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trudeau, and Janice Lencucho, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lencucha, each received a scholarship from the Alberta Hotelmen's Association. Both are entering the University of Calgary, Miss Trudeau to study physical education and Miss Lencucha to study arts and science, Holelmen present are Earl Schmidt, Bob Blacklock, Tom Oakley, T. Richards and Jud Eichel, all of 'Pass establishments. Decoux Photo Fort museum packs them in FORT MACLEOD The Fort Macleod Historical Association's Museum has been packing them in during the summer tourist season. A total of have toured (he museum this year com- pared to last year. The museum will remain open until Thanksgiving. The staff has reverted to fall hours. It will be open from 9 a.m. un- til 7 p.m. seven days a week. The museum features an RCMP building which houses artifacts pertaining to the fore from its inception and subs quent arrival here Oct. 13, 187 Other relics housed within th compound are from the er when the west was first settli by pioneer ranchers and farm ers. Hospital bids in but decision awaited SPARWOOD (HNS) After years of working and waiting, the Fernie Hospital board ap- pears on the verge of seeing construction of a new hospital here. Although the board has ap- proved the tender of F, Stanzi of Vancouver, lowest of three bidders, Health Minister Loff- mark said he would not ap- prove any contracts hut would leave that to his successor, not yet named. the Cartoon Bug Send your earlooni la The LEthbrrdge Herald, cara of Mrs. Helen Kovacs, Box 470, Lelhbrldge, Alberta. "WHY, NO. I THOUGHT YOU WERE KEEPING COUNT." Gary Dobrvckl, Age 14 Ontario cart.-oni.lt tench a of profki (ncy i uc El BJ Ih nt V may feel inclineil to nurkrlj, ftl.cn doing nfdi And clean prr u llie lign of a pro. Sewage problem, plagues Bellevue BELLEVUB (CNP Bellevue village council, after h e a r ing a number of sewage and drainage problems that arose in Maple Leaf recently, visited the area and contacted Chinook Health Unit officer Jim Burger for advice on the mat- ter. The problem arose from sew- age to th'e surface of the land and creating an offen- sive odor. The village has taken steps to have the sewage ditched away from the area and buried, as a temporary measure. Contractor John Popp was given a lime limit to complete demolishing and cleaning up the old municipal building and grounds otherwise legal action will be taken. The village feels that, besides being unsightjy, the partially demolished building is creating a fire hazard. Councilman Howard Bennett wa.5 appointed as the Village ot Bellevue representative on the Crowsnest Pass preventive so- cial service board to replace Mrs. Pauline Grigel who has enrolled in the Lethbridge Com- munity College. Amendments were made to bylaws concerning vandalism I in town and to the penalties pertaining to licensing trades- man. The town foreman was ad- vised to stockpile a quantity of gravel for various uses during the forthcoming winter. The village paid the hospital requisition of and the 'Pass ambulance requisition of Kinyiana, INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON S07A 7th STREET SOUTH Cabot Construction bid Oland Construction S2 and F. Stanzi was lo low bidder at Estimated cost of the projei was SPARWOOD (HNS) 'asnock recently w o n by ac- auinlion a seat on the school oard. He replaced Ted Stefford who as left the area. Mr. Wasnock, businessman in ernie for many years, now is mployed as a butcher. Fernie aldermen Mae WH- ams and Kick Yerburgh were amed by Mayor Vernon Up- ill! lo act as a vhose goal will be to get fam- ly court sessions established at 7ernie. Aid. Yerburgh, citing odvant- iges and need of Ihe court, said ic had been advised by the B.C. irobation service that a full- ime employee li work with tha amily court will be available if the court is established. Fira engine CARMANGAY (HNS) The new fire engine for Carmangay and district arrived in the vil- lage recently and is in readi- ness if it should be needed. The new fire ball is Hearing completion. The new engine is being tem- porarily housed at Delmcr Volk's storage shed. r SAN GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE W 328-1702-327-3610 A SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Edmonton Public School District No. 7 A Superinlentfent of Schools 15 required tho chief execufive officer of one of Co nod a'5 most progreuiva ichoot systems. Edmonton Is a rapidly growing city with a populalicn of approximately and a Public School enrolment of more than The luccessful applicant will ba a person of demon- strated" competence in organization, management, and edu- cational leadership. Minimum professional requirements in- clude approved graduate training and a volid Teacher's Certificate acceptable 1o the Minister of Education. Applications must be submitted by November T, 1972. The successful candidate will assume duties January 1, 1973 or of Irie mulual convenience of the candidate and I he Board. Applications should include qualifications, profes- sional experience, references, salary expected, and other personal information. All applications will be strictly confi- dential to the seven trustees of the Board. All applications and enquiries should be directed toi DR. JOHN G. PATERSON DEPUTY CHAIRMAN EDMONTON PUBUC SCHOOL BOARD S7I2- 109 STREET EDMONTON, ALBERTA Needs repairs PINCHER CREEK (Special) The steel bridge over the creek on Bridge Ave., says a letter from the bridge branch, department of highways, thai approximately in repairs is necessary to bring tlie bridge's capacity back up to tho cross load EATON'S HEARING CENTRE NEW! from SIEMANS ECONOMY HEARING AIDS H. W. MA7HESON Certified Hsarng Aid Audiolog'tt Look at these features T. LOW INITIAL COST 2. LOW BATTERY EXPENSE (6 monthi on ona battery) 3. SIEMANS EXCELLENT QUALITY 4. 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