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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tliuudoy, Scptotrbor 30, 1971 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD 3 Judges to converge on Fort Macleod G O Mayor Ken Ilurlbiirl and a su- nior class from the F. P. WaJshc High School. Ply .IISAN SWIIIAIIT FORT MACLEOD An His- toric ceremony, to te presided over by Mr. Justice Alan J. Cullen, Fort Macleod native son, will mark the opening of Lhe firsl supreme court assizes lo be held in the new court I house here Oct. 111. j He said: "Commendable cf- lon is being made Lo preserve the history of Fort Macleod and it is not enough that we endorse these efforts. So Tar as is possible we should support them." II will include a parade from the court house lo Christ Angli- can Church, for a brief invoca- tion service, and a parade back "im.u 13 uc- to Ihe building, where the flags! Iween the associalion and the will be unfurled. j iowll> w'" be discussed. Inter- Members of the bar, the judi- esi lias been shown on devel- ciary, the sheriff, an RCMP es- oping Ihe abandoned town's cort, members of Ihe Macleod' lagoons into a fish pond and Cadet Corps, and Rev. Ronald park site. Hunl, will parade. Films on nature "ill aWi be Also in attendance will lie, shown. be Fish pond development on agenda COALDALE (TINS) The Coaldale Fish and Game As- sociation will meet at It p.m., Ttesdry, Oct. 5, in the John Davidson School. The fish pnnd development, which is being negotiated he- Addressing I hose present and a new building may side the court room will he i bitill nexl year." Chief .ludge L. K. Sixty years Paler Ihis hc- .ludgc Yanosik and Justice Al-.came a rcalilv. Ian Cullen. i The public is cordially in- vilcd. The new building replaces a building which has served Ihe Maelcod judicial district since The sod was turned Sept. Ili, 1970, and the building was officially opened Aug. 13, 1971. During the opening cere- monies Ihe old building was given to the lown for offices. Culling Ihc ribbon were two men long associated with law in Hie area, G. R. Davis, law- yer here since 1912. and W. A. Day, former justice of the peace. An item printed in a Mac- leod book of 1911 stales: "Al- though a good building, it is hopelessly inadequate to lite needs ol Ihe Macleod district, as Maclcud is the centre of Ihc southern parl of the province I .ALAN CUL.LEX Oil AND ROOK (Spec! a T h i r ly volunteers, including i children rallied to a call from Mrs. Harry Anlonio lo Itch) litlj i Ihc two-acre Cranbruok (Icner- al Cemetery. Mrs Anlonio was motivated by Ihe disappearance in weeds of her sister's grave in an aban- doned cemetery in Saskatch- ewan. Cranbrook's hard-core old- timers shuddered al a city works department suggestion j that Ihc hundreds of grave- stones he removed so (hat the graves could be levelled and the acrcape nlanled in grass. The cemetery began lo evolve, unplanned, in Ihc laic mod's. It is almost filled and is nr-w rarely used. Its successor. across Borden Road lo Patterson Avenue, is city- operated. Mrs. Anlonio's v o I u n leers believe they can tidy unsightly weeds on graves and italhs over Ihe next two The city has agreed lo re- pair fences and generally 111, Business tax not equitable sqiiari arc iirpcd In bring their own lools. Sunday Ihc city will provide Ihc i-olunlccrs with lunch. Miss ISobh nrere Passwords Probe ambulance service By MARY TYMBURSK1 Herald News Service COALDALE Four delegations appeared before town council recently. II will continue Monday, Get 4 .it p.m. Gelling council's ear were; the Scout committee of (he.' Coaldale Mennonite Conference After some discussion BLAIHMORG (CMP Bureau 11 II will investigate and report i Church Men's Club. Spokesman Councils in Ihe 'Pass met on feasibility of a municipally-! and committee chairman Da- this week lo study ambulance operated ambulance service for, vid F. Dyck wanted lo know the entire Crowsucst Pass hos- pital district. This action was found ncccs- could remain on the Sportplcx sile but encouraged renova- tions lire slruclure, parlicu- services. A committee comprising Ar- thur Amphlell. Hillcrcsl. God frcy Hungar. Bellcvue. Wilfred sary due lo the recent decision Miiburn, Frank. John Ulrich. j of Fantin's ambulance service Blairmore, Mel Cornell, Cole-1 lo cease operalion. man, Bernie Robutka, East Coleinan and Ernie Luini, ad- muiistrator, and George Sisks, both of the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital, was appoint- Mr. Fanlin has been con- lacted and has consented to cariT on Ihe service for one month to Oct. 31. Ambulance calls should con- ed. Dislricls tunic to 562-2233 until Oct. 31. amalgamated lors Ben fteimer and Lclion r I Low are [o mcel wilh repre- fvo'-lsplcx would Ulc asso'cia. affect he future othe Scout j Uon arc to be hroughl back for council s consideration. Members from Lhe BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Eniesl Luini, administrator of the local hospital, has an- nounced Crowsncst Pass Hos pital District, No. 4D and Cole- man Blairmore Nursing Home District No 9 have been amal- gamated. The name now is Crowsnesl Pass General Hospital and Nursing Home District No. 40. Approval for Ihe amalgama- tion was given by Ihc .Alberta Hospital Services Commission under authority of Ihe Alberta Hospitals Act. larly on the exterior, lo make il aesthetically in line wilh Lhe Sporlsplex. The delegation said there are plans under way towards some improvements but thty did not wish "to spend loo much money." 'Hie dclcgalion was also in- lereslcd in obtaining space for Cuh and Seoul activities in Ihc new Sporlsplex when it is corn- it will be divided into six j plcfed. The first stage, which wards wilh wards I to 3 (which has an auditorium is expected al Turin Tl Itl.X fllNS) A commun- ity bridal shower was hold in the Sundial Conimunily Hall lo honor Miss Claudia Noble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, T. C. Noble, of Iron Springs. Miss Noble is the bride-elect ol ILarl biiun, srri ol Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dunn of Turin. A short program of piano se- lections songs and readings was g.vcn by Misses Terry, Tracy, Rhonda. Margaret, Len- nea, Ardyth and Lanna Oseen. Matjorie and Louise Odland and Carol Boras. Donna and Mona Dunn entertained wilh a baton rouline. Mrs. A. H. Binder presented the bridc-to-hc with gifts Miss was assisted in opening these by her three younger sis- ters Sherry, Lori, and Michelle Noble and by Miss Cynthia Dunn. i Miss Ardyth Osecn played chairman of lne piaro whilc spo- gucsl opened her gifts. Mrs. A. H. Binder, Mrs. C. W. Sccrist Mrs. R. and 7 classes arr on shift. This situation could ond in the next two or three months when add- ed relocatable classrooms arc ready tor occupancy. The Spanvood Secondary School is using all available space for classes. There should be relief from the space prob- lem by the year-end when additional classrooms should be ready. The S'parwood Elementary School now lias 20 teachers in addition to supervising princi- pal F. J. Mitchell. No pay raises CARPET and LINO (Complete Free Eslimates! No Obligation PHONE 327-8.'i73 CAPITOL FURNITURE 'The Carpet House ot the South' WASHINGTON (AP) Pros ident Nixon has signed the hill extending Ihc military draft unlil .lunc 30, bul he froze unlp Nov. a ?2.4-billion mili- tary pay raise included in the measure Monarchy brief uolcd at Pincher P1NCHER CREEK (Special) Calgary lo Mrs. E. Hindoo of -The Caplain McPhail Chap-1 calgarv. A donation of ter of the IODE started its fall m h L _, and w i n I c r program with a i pot luck supper and business Vianncy disaster fund in Que- meelinR at the ranch of Mr. i bee. and Mrs. frank Lynch-Stami- The national services secre- r, i, lar-v reported the Save the Dennis reported on the role of i m'6cs llre IODE to colv the monarchy as outlined in linue to give help in Korea and the IODE brief lo the govern- Hong Kong, where the boxes of mcnl. clothing are still very much Mrs. J Milne reported on the needed. zone meeting hclu at Leth- j Urgent help is also needed among Ihc East Pakistan ref- ugees in India. Mrs. M. Johnson was ap- poinled treasurer to replace llrs. D. Fraser. Alter her re- port the workers were or- ganized for the annual tag day. Mrs. Appleby reported on the placement of loading material at Brocket: 250 magazines. 15-1 bridge in June. Mrs. Clazie, Mrs. Hewitt and Mrs. Milne at- tended for the local chapter. The slogan "We're on Ihe Move. Join Us" has been adopted across Canada for the week of Oct. 4. IODE week. The provincial news report- ed two bursaries given, one for awarded lo H. M Purd- ham of Edmonton, al the Uni- versilv of Alberta and the oth- er of KM at Ihe UniviTsilv of Reader's Digests. 35 pocket books and 13 bard covered books. Libraries recreation resource' CRANBROOK (Speci Ald. Allan Emmclt of Bllrna- by said libraries are ''quietly i supplying the major recreation I resource and are affording These Are The Lctlikidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area ELACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P.O. Box 148 CRANBROOK NANCY MIIES (Special) 304 5lh Si. S. ETZIKOM MRS. IHEKIA CPU. Del. POREMOST GEOFF. TASG.......................... Box 381 FAITH MRS. THEKLA EHNES Gen. Dal. Conmcl lliGsc For your District Newt or Classified Advertising many communities Iheir only source of continuing education in a world of information ex- plosion." He was speaking to Ibc an- nual meeting of the liast Koo- leuay Associated libraries held recently al Ihe Fairmont Resort. Library service and rev c- nucs were discussed. Aid. 4Cm- niell. suggcsled library hoards should put I heir case more ef- fectively before the public. T. .1. Molnick and Mrs. .lohn liegeman of Cranbrook were named tt) the advisory board. i Visiting panelist Alan Mac Millan, chairman of the Vnn- eouver Public Library board, I lold the meeting the public li- brary function is lo provide Ihe widest possible resource of complete, soled and fast in formation lo the public. lie said boards should pro- vide the wherewithal of books and book centres, while each board', chief asset was ils li- brarian as administrator of the service. Each Koolcnay Public Library is autonomous but its membership in Ihe association allows through il.s librarian ac- ces.' lo specialized books, in addition to [he blocks of thou- sands of books Ihe Branch Li- brary Development Commis- sion circulales among public and branch libraries. Uy PAUL CIIALA Herald News Service NATAL At Ihe regu lar meeting of the District of Sparwood council. John Loden of Paul's Plumbing and Heal- ing was denied permission lo leave his garage on district prapxjrly al the bottom of Spar- wood The garage, which he had in- tended lo use for storage of ina- tcrial, was formerly used for Ihal purpose by Dawson Devel- opmcnls Limited. Municipal clerk Lorctla Mon- Icmurro reported to council site HULL, 4uc. fCP) Gillcs had instructed all those using Leblsnc. a 10-year-old toy ah-' such facilities, and nol employ- dueled and murdered last week, cd by the district, to vacate Ihc was buried here Wednesday. j properly. About people, including I Sparwood Development Com- Ihe boy's Grade 5 classmates, allended the funeral mas al St. Raymond Church. The boy was kidnapped Thursday and held for held ransom. Communication with tion( it will return for second I the kidnapper ended that night and third reading to adopt as one of the town bylaws. after an attempt lo pay Ihc ran- som money failed. pany. which has an oplion on The Sparuwid volunteer fire department reported to council Ihe membership was unani- mous in volunteering lo serve Ihe shared ambulance service in Ihc region. Members will be available assist anibulaiK-e drivers from coninumilies which have an ambulance and which are pre- pared to lei patients from Spanvood use thai ambulance. PROJECT SA.M I Details of the call system and the of vohin- tcers arc t.o be worked out. i Aid. Hep Taylor will com- i plclr Ihr mailer Ihc fire j briparlr. District Mippnrl v.'fis pivpn Lo Projecl Sam of (lie British Co- llie two remaining undeveloped j lumbia department of travel in- lets in Ihe commercial area of I duslry. Project Sam is a pro- Sparwood, requested and re- j gram whereby abandoned and ceived a three-month extension j discharged auloinobilcs can be for the development of Ihe hauled to a central depot, strip- lots. Council, on granting the ped of certain parts and crush- extension, fell hack on earlier 1 ed into bundjes for tale a policy. I scrap metal. his style old style More, dislricl on Croivsnesl Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING nrnon Docoux, Resident Rep., Rlaiimora Phono 562-2149 The rules have changed. So has the uniform. But his special brand of raw courage is still the same. And his special brand of beer: Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner. Still slow-brewed and naturally aged. Still full of honest-to-goodness flavour. It's his style. And your style. Tackle one tonight and see. TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF UJHBRirjGC ;