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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta i nursoay. Cabinet's answers not enough Fantin Ernie Fan I in has questions BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Mayor Ernie Fantin says he still wants to know why the forestry staff here was reduced from 26 to 13 members Mayor Fantin still wants to know why a fish hatchery was built at Calgary and not in the Crowsnest Pass And he still wants to know when the 'Pass will get a fish and game officer and an ad- ministrator for Improvement District 5 The recent meeting here with cabinet ministers failed to answer his questions definitely The government's program of decentralization of govern- ment services is not being carried out, he says He wants assistance to small communities for renovating reservoirs and mams and to search for aux- The South in short Delegates to convention MAGRATH (HNS) The Magrath Hospital Auxiliary will send two delegates to the auxiliary convention at Calgary Oct 23 to 25 Members attended a heart fund meeting at Lethbndge Wednesday The auxiliary may help the hospital obtain an ice-making machine Dec 1 is the 25th anniver- sary of the auxiliary and there will be a celebration and quilt raffle Taber blood clinic set TABER (HNS) Convener for the Canadian Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service, Mrs Fay Sloane, has announc- ed Taber's fall blood donor clinic for Oct 3. has an objec- tive of 250 donations Sessions in the community centre auditorium will take place from 3 30 to 4 30 and from 6 30 to 9 p m Carmangay crops good Crops in this district have been fairly good despite only two to three inches of rain during the growing season The grain is a good weight and grade All available straw is being baled for cattle feed Pastures and hay crops are very poor Some fields in this area have drawn from tour to six combines and trucks at one time as farmers move to a nieghbor s field to help finish the harvest Scattered showers and heavv frosts have shortened the number of daytime hours the grain is drv emough to combine Girls gets scholarship Linda Oshiro daughtei of Mr and Mrs Masuo Oshiro of the Coaldale district has won a Canadian Sugar Fac- toncs Scholarship A student of Kate Andrews High School she had the highest aggregate standing in Grade 12 examinations She also won the Universitv of Calgarv honor Miss Oshiro is majoring in mathematics at the Universi- ty ot Calgarv In Observance of the Jewish New Year PROGRESS CLOTHING LTD. WILL BE CLOSED All Day Thursday, Sept. 27th and Friday, Sept. 28th OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 29th a.m. 112-114 5th Street S. Phone 327-2717 REPORT your I II li i i 9f BARNWELL MRS. WALTER GRIGOR ...........................223-8121 BLACKIE MRS. JIM MONTGOMERY...............684-3380 BOW ISLAND MRS. D.ROBERTSON MRS. ALICE SCHAUFELE (SP) BARONS NORMA MVSON CARDSTON MRS. NORMA HULL........... CARMANGAY MRS A T. SHUMAKER ......................643-2129 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising 545-2192 545-2127 757-3950 653-2054 iliary water supplies He has also asked the government to help pay the costs of fluoridating water and wants permission for some residents to stay off the sewer service Mayor Fantin says 50 out of 52 Blairmore businessmen think Highway 3 should go through town He says the government hasn't answered any questions on this, other than to say highways are built to increase traffic Fair offers new classes at Warner WARNER (HNS) The 1974 Alberta Women's In- stitutes fair will involve members from Old Chief, Hillsview and Warner WIs and the Jolly Janes Girls Club in many new classes Each branch will pay to the fair fund and also provide a prize There will be no con- stituency cash prizes in the fair list Mrs Annie Waters of Hillsview garnered 77 points for top place in the 1973 fair Hillsview WI won the engraved tray with 84 entries and 292 points Deadline for payments to the fair fund, and for con- stituency, district and provin- cial dues, is Jan 30 The District 4 conference will be held at the Highlander Motel at Calgary March 21, 1974 Nominations are neeaed for a new District 4 director The provincial conference will be held at the Olds Agricultural College in June, 1974 Skate club instructor appointed BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Ramona Shemko of Pincher Creek has been hired as club professional for the Crowsnest Pass Figure Skating Club Miss Shemko olds qualifications for fifth year figure skating and senior silver dances She graduated from Pincher Creek High School last year and last winter she served as assistant professional at Pincher Creek The club has planned a Meet the Pro Tea" to be held in the Blairmore Credit Union Hall from 2 to 5 p m Satur- day Blairmore skate club plans meet BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass Figure Skating Club will hold a general meeting in the Blairmore arena at 10 a m Oct 13 Test chairman Edie Zak will acquaint parents with their children's progress The matter of producing an ice show will be discussed Ice time requested by the club is 4 to 7 p m on Thur- sdays in Coleman, 4 to 6 p m in Bellevue on Fridays and fiom 7 a m to 12 noon in Blairmore on Saturdays Bar calls LOMOND (HNS) S Charles Stokes son of Mr. and Mrs B M Stokes of Lomond was called to the Bar of the Alberta Law Society recently bv Chief Justice J V H Milvain Ninian Lockerby, Red Deer lawyer, sponsored Mr Stokes His parents attended the ceremony TOURS EUROPE MILK RIVER HNS) Miss Norma Holliday. elementary teacher here accompanied bv her sistci Miss Karma Hollidav has returned after completing a six-week tour of Europe Thev icpoit en- their experience but arc to be back at their home at Warner with their parents, Mr and Mrs Dan Hollidav v t X i _ v j f Committee to consider More visitors About more cars travelled to Fort Steele to the end of August this summer than in the same period last year. The sprawling attraction near Kimberley and Cranbrook is growing in popularity each year. _________ ____ Herald- District Schools in Forty Mile fall short in enrolment FOREMOST Enrolment in the County of Forty Mile schools is 16 students less than the projected figure and will result in an anticipated revenue loss of about Siu.OOu Enrolment this year reach- ed 1 267 students, the county schools committee was told at a recent meeting In other business, the com- mittee approved the work ex- perience program for the school term in county high schools The program was termed a success last year. Approval was also given to the Alberta Motor Association's in-car portion of the driver-education course Bill Bryant, a veterinary surgeon from Bow Island, was sworn in as school representative for Bow Island Dr Bryant, who replaces Rex Hopkins on the com- mittee, was appointed to the education study committee along with Russell Scratch and Lyle Nattrass ambulances TABER (HNS) An ad hoc committee comprising three members each from the Taber MD and town councils is being set up to consider and recom- mend on the need for replac- ing the present jointly operated ambulance with a new unit Decision to set up the com- mittee was made at a recent MD council meeting at which a delegation from the town presented a case for am bulance replacement The findings of the com- mittee, whose meeting date has not yet been set, will go before the two councils for ratification before action is taken VOYAGEURS LOMOND (HNS) Three local students Miss Chervl Hingley Miss Maureen Nickles and Jeff Lay spent two weeks in Quebec recently in the Young Voyageurs program THINKING OF A NEW HOME? Why not give REVELSTOKE a call. 64 Plans to Choose From. In the Cardston area contact our representative: JIMSCHAFFER Of G. L. Schaffer and Sons. Phone 653-3543 Jim Schaffer Affiliated with Revelstoke Companies TABER Ltd. Phone 223-2424 WAN SUMME These Prices Effective Spectacular Savings on Quality Paints sept.27thtooct.i3th Ok E COAT HOUSE PAINT IMPERIAL WHUf EXTERIOR VALUES ENDURANCE EXTERIOR OIL BASE HOUSE PAINT INTERIOR VALUES Resists moisture Extra durability Flows on easily Dries to a beautiful gloss SPRED SATIN LATEX WALL PAINT Dries in 30 minutes Velvety matte-flat finish Washable even spot scrubbable Gallon, Only Quart, Only No 1882 Brilliant White. 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Distributors of Glidden Paints and Pratt and Lambert Paints "WHERE PROFESSIONAL ADVICE IS FREE" 318-7thSt. S. Phone 328-4595 ;