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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ACT Facilities Expand At Taber TABER (HNS) The Taber telephone office is one of Ibe DiBteat in southern Alberta these dayt as craftsmen pro- ceed with 'work An a number of major projects, totalling at mod The are designed to enlarge aid improve telephone torirjrifa in Taber and sur- rounduc dutrict. An addition of lines be m a d e' to the Taber change. This adoption, together with the of auto- matic, nuniw xfeotificabjoi equpmeatfor DDD Oik, is ex- pected to cost tar way is iasLaflation and more then SOU as part of the iategn- of telephone coov inta the AGT system. This project vil acrve subscribers and uluV it is expected tfaet subioriben wilt receive four- party dmded-riof service. Cost the rural project is eatimated As Red Ci-oss Drive Succeeds BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Mrs. Ana Fabro, chairman of tbe Blainnore Red Crosi campaign for funds, has an- nounced the drive realized a Wai of Quota for the town was and the cam-ass was complete! daring March by the lodies of the. Catholic Womens League The women hava adopted the canvaas as a project. Mrs. Fabfo has expreseed thanks to al proceeds, Taber imtaufcii will notice a wy sight momeot lelay before bMrio( a dial Tba lo the ntaOa- of new lue-fudBg equip- ment to me Custo- lers are urged to wait for tiie ial tone befoit begnniDg to Lai a number. South Baseball Association Names Hacking TABER Gordon H Hacking, Taber police chief was named chairman of the Southern Zone, Alberta Base- ball Association, at an or gmiration meeting here. Twenty live representatives were present from many )oca tJon in the south. Other'officers elected .._ Art Oswald, Milk River, vice- chairman, and 'Tony Boyle Hays, secretary. A meeting of the ABA sched- uled for the Peace River area for April S and 56 will have attendance Mr. Hacking, Bo Frascbe of Calgarv and Lair Smith of SLOW TRAVEL Camels trrrel across the dee- ittti miles so hour. Park Proposals Considered By E. Koolenay CRANBROOK (Spec! all- Regional District of East Roc- which afrepdy has let- 6OIDB1 WBIMNC Mr. and Mn. Frank P. Miller celebrate their golden wedding armivenary al a calling reception at Magrath. They were mart led'April i, 1920, at Mograth. Born in 1895 at Cedar Japidi, Iowa, Mr.- Miller went lo Mag rath in 1910 and wot drayman for'39 ycari and wuichman at the canning factory for II years. Mrs. Miller wai bom at Codlville, Utah. They have three; tori. Rex, Cardston; lethbridge; and Merlin, Moote Jaw; and five grandchildren. ,Opposition leader Robert Stanfield and lethbridge MP D e a n e Gundlock we're among the well-wiihen. Atten (HNS) Forty. women attended the1 All Cancer Educational held recently in the Granum Community Hall. Gordon, president of Ibe PIN'CHER CREEK (Special) A musical revue, division of the Canadian Cancer Society', showed on self-esamrnation and the SI. Mike's Folk Singers, will be held at St. Michael's Separate School, Friday, April 24, and Saturday, Apri The film en smoking shoved percentages of deetfe according to the daily Dumber of at 8 pt.m. On i recent afternoon In the Co-dp grocery department finoked. The mceline was sponsored by Granum drier of the enjoyable preview was, Purple. It promises lo be an other news there was z of real entertainment. may be purchased attendance at OK regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid ot the door. Everyone is Jumbo Valley Knot Pres- East Koolenay Indians Probe Education April CRANBROOK (Special-Chairman Frank Whitebead and cfficiallv open the session at the Royal Canadian the Kootenay Indian Hall. Council, comprising the' five bands in East Kootenay, has announced the agenda (or tfae three day annual conference April 21, 22 and main item 'of discussion by the council ard delegates will concern effects of possible closure of [he St. Eugene Student lesiuence at the Mission jusi Cranbrook Mayor. M. G. KKnkTnmor will SI. Mary's Reserve >iVikqkirifT> IU-. ___ I ___ Aa.ll IS, THI UTHUIOGI HHA10 3 meeting Mar S in the church. Miss Ruby of Cal- gary, a deaconess in the Pres- byterian Church, will speak. bylerian 'Church held at Ihe home of Mrs. Duncan Mac- Lean. Plans were made for Ibe next 'Love Songs Of Yesterday' To Be Heard At Raymond ters patent for regional parka establishment, is dealing with our further park proposals its scattered area. Its 1970 budget -for 'parks. Is most of it designated or the park i a 1 f way between Kimfaerley and Cranbrook accessfljie with- n 10 miles. This was' Ihe tri- ial park planned and approved in 1989. Kimberley recreation direc- tor Sandy Robertson has now applied on behalf of the East (ooleney Timing Assoria- ion for regional park static or Ihe heavily patronized drag racing strip alongside the high- way near .Wan. Moyie's 'Happy Vafley As- sociation has, received board approval for Uiypi curing a road crossing and beach access on Lower Moyie Lake at Moyie. Canal. Flat: .Community As- sociation is pioyuiiraj road ac- cess, picnic site and beach de- velopment for the south shore of Columbia Lake, the source of the. Columbia River. Fnalry EIko Rodeo Assona- jon, which has developed its own rodeo grounds as Class C provincial park since 1958, has applied for KDEK administra- tion and development of the 60 Wastes To River Pollution Board Orders 'for further improvi in. rodeo and equestrian faoti- By NANCY MIU3 HrnM News Service CRANBROOK Conbnuing to aim at renewal of its five-year permit approval for sewage ex- pired in April, 1968, city works plans a.capiLalieirpenliture.Uiis yeir of about to eerate and chlorinate its .three la- goons. The. lagoons, -just outside north'city limits rear, the high- way, overpass, are on Joseph Creek. The pollution control board has requested the city to pipe the final liiniid waste from the three legoon ponds four miles lo the St. Mary's Hiver, which it now reaches by way final four miles of Joseph Creek. The cily request that this project be postponed to a 1380 deadline has been reject- ed by'the PCB and a comprom: Ise is: ur.der consideration that it be postponed iintil 1976 or when the population it serves reaches 15.000, whichever oc- curs first. above the lagoons, 'is Cran- brook's water supply source lor its present location of which is-ahrady'oocasHnal- ly from farm and resi- dential development on its way to the The creek is "f: Future long-range plans call for a new resen oir another three to four miles upstream, also in Joseph Creek. East Koolenay now haa a resident pollution control boarc officer, 1. N. Adamache, whose office is locatjd here. District News and now from Herb's Western Wear setting the South country's image with selec- and quality Western clothing Herb 5 hector suggests The "RUGGED LCXDK" in FRINGED VESTS and JACKETS Of Splil Ccrv.hid, with I" fringe. Sim 36 m 44. Colon Dork Brown and Deep Gold JACKETS In ilzn 36 to 44, Colon Dark Brown and Deep Gold. 'THE DINGO BOOT" ih, oil Inlher In l The nsweir Inches high, oil Inlher In light brown and deep elite brown. All lixet. AT COWBOY BOOTS We torry o brae Mlectlon by, TMOI (rdnd, Tony. lorr.G and Jintin. In all I'IIH, A A itylei and colon. Uk MOM -H ifs NEW and h's WESTERN YovD frnd it FIRST at 308 5th Strwt Soirth IISTIII fill MAW TAKW M TMM FOX MKCHAN01II Phom 32M726 Evening Mass Set. .GRANUM (HNS) The Granum Catholic Women's League met at the home of Mrs. L. Dunlop with eight mem- bers and Rev. Redmond in at- tendance. Mrs: G.' Cisar resigned as secretary. Mrs. A. Hossum was temporarily appointed to re- place her. 'Mrs. T. Jacques will stay on ar treasurer until the family' moves to Calgary. Father Redmond presented' a choice of either Wednesday afternoon or evening for a weekday The mass will be said at p.m. Reflection.Group will meet immediately after! Meets May 4 Roy Henker of Ctareshohn wns hos- tess for the letvjit meeting of past matrons of the Order of the Eastern Star. Contest' winners were Mrs. W. Henko1 and Mrs. 1C. Griffey. Mrs. Stan Byer won the bas- in prize. The May 4 meeting wffl be betd al Ibe botte d Mrs. M. Weber. Honor Couple GRANUM (HNS) An open house recently'was held to, hon- or Mr. and Mrs. Case Sinnrmi on their Xth wedding anoiver- It WM held at their home. They were presented with a chime clock from the commim Ity and a pole temp from their family. Elb Gather GRANUM (HNS) Pail Elks chiefs Stan Byer and Har- old Erdmaa attended the Elks'. District 1 meeting at Letb- bridge.. the Mr. Byer and Mr. Erdmen -judged the District 1 rituafatic com- petrtjon. .Stae Harrtd ErdmiD CDQ Dave PeMrsofi enrooeo auvthet rttunsbc coropeojboi) hosted by. tie Picture Bull Byer is the piajuert of competiUon: HiroW Erd man of district 2, Mr. Dillen- beck cf Foremost and district 3 and Mr. Roadhouse of LeU> bridge, were judges.1 Picture Butte of district and Fernie of. district 2. tied for first place and Foremost of <0s brirt 3 placed second in th compebtioh. By DELIA B. WOOLF llcraU Nevj Sfnkt RAYMOND Love Songs ol Yesterday be presented by the Raymond Cavaliers ai the high school at I o'clock to- night. A chorus of 35 male Mrices needs no introduction to the south u they have appeared in concert annually for the past seven jears. They have always drawn capacity audiences. Guest artists [or IHs year's concert be L. B. Tamer of Magralh and Jearmine Jen- sen of Raymond, two well- known soloists. Mr. Tamer will sing Prayer Perfect and I Heard a Forest Praying. Mrs. Jensen has cho- tn her numbers from current musicals. jcen announced by the Indian (fairs department effective in une. Scheduled speakers on the xh'an education position in- lude provincial regional direc- or Fred CUrk; Indian schools uperinlendent John .MacDon- Id; Kootenay-Okanagai mem- ler of Parliament, Doug Slew- art; superinter.denl of educa- ion Ray Hall; and vocational counsellor Wally Hamm. Wlh the strong Canadian toward integration of the wo races in public schools, Ibe residence offers living accom- modalion for Titian children with bus senice lo either city schools or St. Mary's School; whose regular attendance be1 cause of residential or family financial situation might not otherwise be possible. In Ihe event the school resi- dence closes St. Mary's band las requested its buildngs and 20-acre location, now property of Indian affairs. Gels Two Years For Stabbing EDMONTON (CP) Jess Burge, M, of Edmonton was sentenced to two years on a charge of causing bodiy ham with intent to wound. He was charged when anoth- er liiab was stabbed at a part] in .the city 8. Mr. Justice W. R. Sinclair said attempted murde charge WES dismissed because The Forlissimos, a will also sing. 2 Plead Guilty To LSD Charges CRANBROOK Cranbroolc youths charged m late March by RCMP with possession of a quantity of cap- ;ules of LSD for purposes of rafficldng recently appeal ej n Cranbrook Family and Chil- dren's Court, before Judge Da- vid Una and have been re- manded two weeks for hearing. A 15-year-old has engaged counsel, L. T. Nimsick, and has Meaded guilty to possemon, while a 17-year-old has plead- ed guilty lo possession for the purposes of trafficking and haj not yet engaged counsel. Prosecuting the charge is Sheridan Worley. Both youths have been re- leased "into custody of their parents. MATHER RIDE Bom lo the saddle, Havasu- pad Indians of the Grand .Can- yon would rather ride thai walk when visiting only two bouses WIDELY SEPARATED An Antarctic fossil of a reptile also found in Soulh creature that could not swim its ances- tors could only have been sepa- rated by riding aboard "the cat- tinenls when they drifted apart. he could not Cad enoiuzh evi dence la indicate an intent U SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS VH A MUFREl MOST CAM REE INSTAUAT1ON 10 MINUTE INSIAlUnON LIFETIME CUAtANTHO MUFTIBS FREE INSfECnON AND ESTIMATEJ All At rNBTALLATONIl Phone 32H1M eth AVWIIM SoMi DORETA LADIES'WEAR All New 1970 Spring And Summer MERCHANDISE Spring Coats Wood, rortrab, ChtcVi, Sfripn, Regular 3S.OO and up. ANNIYBUART SAlt, SPRING ARRIVALS DRESSES 1 Croup Regular 20.00 and Up ANNIYIHSAHY SAIE Half Size Dresses CeMete Hedi Clolli VelYei or Fortrel UGUIAR 26.00 TO 65.00 J i Annivernry' From 19 .98 Rummage Sale Scheduled For May 21 PES'CHER CREEK The Pincher Creek Ladies Curling club will hold iLs an- nual spring rummage ule Tiwraeby, May 21, d Ihe curl- All UMfal dbcarded articlei If jvn are opring or inovbf the sate, curlers urged. Articles will be accepted any time. For pickup pooae or 127-tiU, NEW SPRING! FMTREL SLIMS ReguUr 16.00 Valvet DUSTERS OR HOUSE DRESSES UCHT COTTOT4 Kegvltr Silt PRETTY POLLY PANTY HOSE Regular. 2.50, Anniverwry 1s0 TEE KAY SLIMS Regular 7.0D and Up 20% OFF! CHARNOIS HOLD-ME-TIGHTS TigMi wlrh rtx WiK-m wpferl brief Regvbr Spwkil Jump Suits Pont Suits Pant Dresses AH Renter U.tO Te 45.00 ANNTVIXMRT tALl nUS 'MANY OTHIK UNADVRTISED SPICIALSI OWN T1U 9 P.M. THURSPATI DORETA Ladies' Wear Corner of 3rd Arenve emJ Mh ;Jtreet f. Phone 331-5115 ;