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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, April 5, 1973 THE 1ETHBRIDCE HERALD 3 Old west lives again in her paintings Mrs. Ethel Sansome of Vulcan puts the finishing touches on a cattle roundup scene painted in the badlands country northeast of Brooks. She never had a lesson. "All I do is paint." Mrs. Sansome starts-at the top of the can- vas, painting the sky and clouds first, ihen working her of them, way to the bottom right-hand corner. She works patiently and carefully. It takes her weeks to complete a picture. When finished, her works are sent to county fairs and to friends. She is a consistent winner at the Claresholm fair. Another hobby: collecting salt shakers. She has 850 pairs D'ARCY RICKARD phofc RDEK okays budget CRANBROOK 5 a s t Kootenay municipalities in the Regional District will be recommended, by the RDEK ward, to approve Mountain daylight Time, in line with Al- berta, i'or the April 29 to Oct. 28 period. The RDEK board also ap- proved its 1973 budget. It totals Standard mill rate for hospi- tals, applicable through the whole region, has steadily drop- ped over three years to 1.93 mills in 1972 and may drop a little aiore this year, due to the steady increase of the regional assessment tally. ISTRICT NEWS Blood donor clinic set for April 11 TABER (HNS) A spring blood donor clinic will be helc here Wednesday, April 11, at the Taber Community Centre from to and from to 9 p.m. Convener Mrs. Fay Sloane hopes for a good turnout of 250 people. Anglican Church Women wil assist with refreshments. A door prize will be present ed. Taber native drop-in centre wins nod TABER (HNS) The im- portance of continuing the lo- cal native people's drop-in cen- tre in the court house base- ment location was indicated in the decision of the town coun- cil in refusing a request from the Taber Arts and Crafts Club for summer use of the prem- ises. The club uses the basement rooms for programs when the centre is closed down after the summer months. It now pro- poses to continue weaving and other programs during the sum- mer. Council directed the recre- ation department to locate oth- er quarters, suggesting that space upstairs in the same building might be satisfactory for the summer needs of the 10-member club. Mrs. Habberfield named director WARNER (HNS) The 52nd annual conference of District 4 of the Alberta Women's Insti- tute was held in the Park Plaza recently. The address from president Alexander included detail- ed information on the provin- cial and federated conventions to be held at Banff June 17 to 23. Mrs. K. Habberfield will be district director for the next two years. Mrs. Grace Skelding of Fort Macleod will attend the con- ventions at Banff as an alter- nate delegate to Mrs. Habber- field. In the courtesy report, Mrs. Mercer made special mention to the Alberta Wheat Pool for name tags, pencils and books. Falcons win Madge Equipment event WARNER (HNS) Recent- ly Warner and Milk River pee wee teams co-hosted a success- ful six-team hockey tourna- ment here with guest teams from Foremost, Great Falls asd Lethbridge. FOR SALE late 1970 6803 Cose Backhoe and loader, 2550 hcurs with cob. 18 and 30 inch backhoe buclceis and extras. Can be financed wilh good established credit rat- ing. Phcne 327-6387, if no answer phone after p.m. The Lethbridge Falcons won a hard-fought, overtime victory over the Lethbridge Penguins to take the Madge Equipment A Event. The Milk River Grocery B I Event was won by the Warner team. It defeated the Great Falls team. Howard Berringer of Milk River was awarded the Reid Hardware trophy as the best defenceman of the tournament. The Ranch and Farm Sup- plies trophy for the most out- standing forward was present ed to Tim Karl of Foremost. The best goal tender, Sean Keenan of the Lethbridge Fal- cons, won the Warner Shell Service trophy. Danny Lomas of Warner was judged to be the player most valuable to his team during the tournament end was award- ed the Ed's Service trophy. More district on page 20 Spring chores Come spring, C. H. Chris- tenscn of Stirling with his Swedish or bow-saw trims trees around his lot. Al- though 77 years old, he finds the exercise of saw- ing these tree limbs into logs invigorating. Is spring really here? He says, "Af- ter living in Alberta for 73 years, I'm not too The many trees throughout the village were planted 'back as early as 1901 by pioneers from Utah. They were needed as a shelter- belt from the strong winds. The trees were mostly ob- tained from Indian Head, Sask., and are mainly Box Elder, Poplar, Maple and some Ash. Mr. Christensen recalls, in the early dry years of farming to drive home from his east land, it was like seeing an oasis to see the beautiful green foliage of Stirling. RICKARD photo. CENSUS SET TABER (HNS) Council has accepted an application from the Taber Lady Lions Club to count people residing in Taber in October. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Bloirmcre Phone 562-2149 One-act plays taged at Raymond RAYMOND (HNS) The an- nual LDS Church Taylor Stake road show evening was held at the Culture Centre here with six one-act dramas presented. Each drama represented a ward of the stake. There was a total cast of 103 young people. Few of these young people have had previ- ous experience with drama work. The drama festival was the climax to the mid-winter dra- ma program for the Mutual Improvement Association, aux- iliary of the LDS Church for young people._________ Mission Festival held by AOTS NEW DAYTON (HNS) The Goldsprings AOTS-sponsor- ed Mission Festival recently drew about 30 people from Milk River. Coutts, New Dayton and Lethbridgc. Rev. Joyce Sasse of Saska- toon spoke on Korea, family life, language, customs and cul- ture- She showed slides and dis- played many items from Ko- rea. The Milk River choir per- formed. A collection of SI25 will be sent to Missions and Service. I I INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER I I I I I CLEAR-OUT TRUCKS? 1973 DEMONSTRATORS 1010 INTERNATIONAL TON PICKUP 345 engine, auto, trans., PS, PB, deluxe uniit. Reg. CLEAR OUT SALE....... 1973 INTERNATIONAL 1010 PICKUP V3, 4 speed trans., P.S., P.B., radio. S5038. CLEAPv OUT SALE........ 1966 INTERNATIONAL F-1800 TANDEM New 20 foot box and hoist. 5 and transmission. CLEAR OUT SALE USED TRACTORS! I I I I I I C 1962 INTERNATIONAL DCF-405 5 and 4 transmission, 250 Cummings- Majored. New paint. CLEAR OUT SALE 1967 INTERNATIONAIVF-190 549 engine, 5 and 4 transmission. CLEAR OUT SALE------ 1961 INTERNATIONAL BC-174 With box and hoist. A-l shape. CLEAR OUT SALE...... DAYS LEFT DON'T BATTLE WITH YOUR The BLOCK is well train- ed to da battle for you! After a private discussion vriih you, well generally save more than enough on yovr tax to pay our low charge. Don't fight m HOCK! a good place to pJaos your confidence. the Lethbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area CIMH.CTE MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKXER MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXJNE HANSON NANTON MRS. MARY SENSON NATAL, 8.C. MR. CHAIA NEW DAYTON MRS. EUON DUEU MRS. STEWART SKOTH t west tre will pigronbr penalty or irterest. NOBLEFORD MRS. GORDON IUCH1A 314 13th ST. NO. 815 3rd AVE, SO. Contact these people for your District or Classified Advertising OPEN 9 A.M.-9 P.M. WEEKDAYS, 0.5 PH. 327-3712 OPEN TONIGHT NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY 1970 TOYOTA WITH CAMPER 4 speed transmission. CLEAR OUT SALE.......... 1969 INTERNATIONAL 14 Ton. V-8, automatic. In top shape. CLEAR OUT SALE 1966 INTERNATIONAL TON V8, 4 speed. CLEAR OUT SALE.......... 1966 INTERNATIONAL 1100 6 cylinder, 3 speed. CLEAR OUT SALE........ 1965 METEOR 4 door sedan, V8 CLEAR OUT SALE......... f 1965 INTERNATIONAL 4x4..... 1971 INTERNATIONAL TRAVEIAU. V8, P.S., P.B., Bucket Seals. CLEAR OUT SALE 5765 '1550 INTERNAHOrcAL 560 (589) Live P.T.O. and T.A.......... CASE 930 (498) With cab and live P.T.O...... COCKSHUTT 1850 (175) 4 wheel drive, cab 9 ALLIS CHALMERS XT 190 (357) With cob, new tires......... JOHN DEERE 60 (423) Row crop MASSET 1100 (548) With cab '5000 '4250 f MASSEY HARRIS 1100 (605) With cab, rowcrop, dual wheels INTERNATIONAL 560 GAS Formal! Jive power ttifce-off INTERNATIONAL 660 (613) With cab, live P.T.O. and T.A. SALES i I '21951 '1500 I I J? I 304 Stafford Drive, lethbridge Phone 327-3125 ewe? ;