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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, April 19, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 Junior oratorical tvinners Winners of the recent Hoping 4H Shortgrass Beef Club junior speaking competitions are, from left, Kathy Fauth, first; Don Garber, runner-up and Maureen Garber, third. Elephant sale realizes PINCHER CREEK (Special) Offerings of lambs, baking, books and other articles made the white elephant sale here a success. With more than realized, the hall board is assisted in paying off its debt. Gerald Thompson donated his services as auctioneer for the evening. 'Love Never Dies' service set ANTIQUE BOWL MISSING TOKYO (AP) An antique tea bowl worth was re- ported stolen Sunday from a showcase at a Tokyo depart- ment store. Police said the bowl was made between 1573 and 1615, regarded as the golden era of Japanese pottery making. Di-SYSTON 15% Granular Controls an aphids, including strains resistant to chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticides. Long-lasting control up to 6 to 8 weeks after application. No protection gaps. Protection starts the Instant plants emerge. More natural insect control Insecticide inside the plant can't destroy beneficial insect populations when applied as directed For dean, healthy potatoes, give aphids and teafhoppers a smack in their suckers the instant they sit down to dinner. Apply DJ-SYSTON15% Granular es you plant Your dealer has ft now. IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Easter Sunday service at the Iron Springs United Church will be conducted by the senior Sunday school students under the direction of Sunday school superintendent Mrs. C. Miller. The theme of the service will be "love never dies." It will dramatize the activi- ties of Easter week. A monologue will feature Ted Haney as a disciple and narra- tors Shelly Dickout and Kevin Reiter. Music for the service will be provided by the adult choir un- der the direction of Mrs. E. H. (Lois) Reiter. The Palm choir, which in- cludes primary and junior Sun- day school students assisted by Mrs. Joanne Nemeth, and guest soloist Miss Denise Hammon of Turin, will perform. Mrs. Sophie Krall named by CWL NATAL Sophie Krall has been elected pres- ident of the Sparwood Catholic Women's League of St. Mi- chael's Parish. Other officers: Mrs. Vi House, 1st vice-president; Mrs. Jan Chapman, 2nd vice pres- ident; Mrs. Mary Chala, secre- tary; and Mrs. Carol Letasy, treasurer. Installation of officers will be held June 2. A float will be entered in the July 1 parade with Mrs. Jan Chapman in charge of entering and decorating the float. Conveners in charge of the school graduation banquet set for May 11 are Mrs. Mary Kowall, Mrs. Carol Letasy, Mrs. Emma Chala, Mrs. Mary Chala, Mrs. Sophie Krall, Mrs. Dora Ungaro and Mrs. Susan Skroki. Two new members, Mrs. Su- san Skroki and Mrs. an Chap- man were welcomed. Pythians name Mrs. Habdas COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The 43rd annual convention of the Grand Temple of Pythian Sisters, prairie provinces, was held at Calgary recently. Attending the event were past grand chiefs Mary Kovach of Hillcrest and Hose Lant of 10 new stores WINNIPEG (CP) The an- nual report of Hudson's Bay Co. attributes substantial in- creases in sales and earnings to a buoyant demand for con- sumer goods and the com- pany's programs to improve productivity and market par- ticipation. The report says 10 store open- ings have been announced for the next three years, including four in Toronto. Last year five major stores were opened in Vancouver, Kelowna, Edmon- ton, Prince Alberta and Mon- treal. to you amf nature CHEMAGRO LIMITED 77 City Centre Drive Mississaugua, Ontario I TJ1SO Something Is Happening At... KKLS10K MELNOft OSCIUATINO LAWN SPRINKLER Water vp to ft. Special, each 7.95 50' of Garden Hose Only 2-75 IftOJ 3rd Ave. 327-5777, 327-SM8 Open fo Mdcry O.ITI. to B.m. i.-00 o-in. lo REE DELIVERY "CHARGEX" COMPANIES ITD. Coleman; grand two-year trus- tee Mary Habdas of Blairmore; past district deputy grand chief Evelyn Hopkins of Coleman and grand representative Elsie Wilson of Coleman. Supreme chief Mrs. Laurie Van de Waa of Bloomington, Minn., announced she has cho- sen as her project aid to re- tarded children. Mrs. Habdas was chosen grand representative of the prairie provinces for any work done on behalf of the supreme chief. Any money raised in this area will be used locally. DISTRICT New Horizon editors seek stories PINCHER CREEK (Special) New Horizon Book Writ- ing Project is growing into a fascinating story of early pio- neers. Many of the oldtimers' sto- ries compare with any in novels of those early days. The Pincher Creek area is older than most in Alberta and many an interesting story is waiting to be told concerning lumber mills and pioneer mines, cattle ranching and ear- ly farming, ferry crossings and river fords, the building of schools, churches and now van- ished townsites, as well as North West Mounted Police ac- tivities. The topics are endless. Contact either Mrs. Ilia White at 627-4379 or Mrs. Mil- dred Beere at 627-3493. They will be glad to receive histo- ries. SNOW DAYS There are about 72 days dur- ing the year when snow accu- mulation is more than one inch in central Ontario. Taber surface drainage plan wins okay TABER (HNS) Phase 1 of a surface drainage system for Taber was adopted in principle by town council recently follow- ing proposals presented by R. H. (Bob) Vickerman for Reid, Crowther and Partners Ltd. of Calgary. That portion of the storm sewer system designed to drain the business area has a ball- park price tag of and is to be installed prior to resur- facing the down town streets. The collecting main of 24- inch concrete pipe originates on 50th St. to drain the areas adjacent to the recreation cen- tre and administration building, proceeding north to 49th Ave., thence east on 49th and 50th to 57th St. The line size increases to 54- inch proceeding north and east to drain into the open ditch on 56th St., eventually discharging in the Taber Factory Lake. Branch collecting lines will run south from the main to pick up surface water from 51st, 52nd, 53rd and 54th streets, with a larger line on 57th St. designed to carry effluent from south of the tracks hi a later phase of the project. Reid, Crowther and Partners will now proceed with detail design and costs which will be presented to council four weeks 9 DAYS LEFT TIRED OF THE MUM BO JUMBO ON YOUR INCOME TAX are complicated. Why brew up a storm? Take your return to H R finypi err BLOCK. HETBRVs oped the magic formulai Fast service guaranteed accurate by trained fax preparers. You'll just what the "doctor" ordered. i GUARANTEE We guarantee accurate preparation of eveiy tout hence for final approval. It is expected that specifications and tenders will be completed by the end of May. Council also discussed the School Act regulations rewritten EDMONTON school board would have to give six months notice before closing a school under amendments to the School Act introduced in the legislature by Education Minister Lou Hyndman. Another change would allow large urban school boards to have nine members, rather than the present limit of seven. preparation of drawings re- quired for the replacement and some enlargement of the down town water mains, also a pre- requisite to the paving pro- gram. It was decided to make these drawings using town staff for prsentation to the Local Au- thorities Board for their ap- proval of the required loan required for this job. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 PLANT NOW! assured of the Finest Quality. SHRUBS PERENNIALS TREES EVERGREENS Als available: PEAT MOSS FERTILIZER FRACHE'S GARDENTERIA 7th Ave. 20th St. N. Phone 327-2768 co 8 1 5 3rd AVE. SO. 3141 3th ST. NO. WEEKDAYS 9 to 9; SAT. 9 to 5 PHONE 327-3712 OPEN TONIGHT NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY LETHBRIDGE B.O.P. ELKS LODGE NO. 37 Co-Sponsoring the FIRST ANNUAL MIDGET HOCKEY TOURNAMENT WITH THE LETHBRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION LETHBRIDGE HENDERSON ICE CENTRE FRI., SAT., SUN., APRIL 20th, 21st and 22nd The Lethbridge Elks Lodge is pleased to have the opportunity of assisting as a co-sponsor of this first annual Midget Tournament and ask the fullest sup- port of the hockey enthusiasts from all over Southern Alberta in making this initial event a success. The Elks Lodge will proudly be part of the official opening ceremonies Friday evening at 9 p.m. and the closing festivities Sunday at ap- proximately 11 p.m. The Lethbridge Elks Lodge No. 37 supports and assists the following community services and acti- vities: Lethbridge Minor Baseball Lethbridge Midget Hockey Lethbridge Y Stingrays Swim Club Lethbridge Amateur Swim Clu j Lethbridge Minor Hockey Boy Scout Camp Impeesa GOOD LUCK TO ALL TEAMS IN THE MIDGET TOURNAMENT! SMiLETHE WEEKENDS ALMOSTHKE LABATFS BLUE SMILES ALONG WITH YOU COALDALE LITTLE THEATRE PRESENTS 'BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE' by Leonard Gershe Jean Grecian David Mann Robison Frank Hiwtor Yates Memorial Centre April 24th, 25th P.M. All ticket! Reserved Adult Entertainment Box office will be open of Centre Doily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ;