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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LEiNBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, April 25, 1973- 29 crib haiul on camera snap NEW DAYTON (HNS) A 29-hand in cribbage was held by Jesse Cress when he and Mrs. Cress were playing the game recently. Mr. Cress was so excited by this rarity that he recorded the band oil film. FOR SALE Late 1970 680B CASE BACKHOE AND LOADER 2550 hours with cob. 18 ond 30 inch backhoe buckets and extras. Can be financed with good established credit rat- ing. PHONE 327-6386 OR 327-0092 Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Amos S. Eaton will mark their 60th wedding anniversary Sun- day, April 29. Married at Boston, Mass., in 1913, they went to' the Nantc-n district in 1920. They have daughters Mrs. John (Mono) Yorgason of Stavely and Mrs. Fritz (Anna) Malchow of Diamond City; seven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Their son Jack died last year. Open house will be held at home at 812 18th Ave. N. W., Calgary, from 2 to 6 p.m. No gifts by re- quest. CHARTER FLIGHTS To: LONDON, AMSTERDAM, FRANKFURT, ROME, VIENNA From: AMSTERDAM, LONDON, BUDAPEST BENEFIT CHARTER TOURS LTD. Associated with: ALBERTA MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION No. 6-1440A 17th Ave. S.W., Calgary South Alberto Representative T. ALEMAN-PICTURE BUTTE PHONE 732-458V Baptize Robert Cory Duncan NEW DAYTON (HNS) Robert Cory, son of Bob and Libby was welcomed into the fellowship of the Chris- tian church when he was bap- tized at the Easter service of the New Dayton United Church. Rev. Graham Dickie offi- ciated and Mr. and Mrs. John Kaupp of Calgary were godpar- ents. Dandelion hunters set for safari By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER The dandelion menace was brought to the attention of the town council recently by administrators of the public school system. Spray equipment will be readied immediately for use when dandelion flowers make their appearance on school grounds, golf course and other public areas. Chemical additives for water will provide for a no-drift ap- plication. The special formula- tion used maintains a foam cover over the herbicide. Council also authorized the disposal of the dpapidated shack town on the Nick Topal Farm, owned by the town, at the entrance to the fish and game recreation area. For payment of Jack Herman will move off two of ;he usable structures, while Richard M. Greenaway will, salvage all other materials and clear the site. Trees along the north side of the old Red Trail east of Taber, situated on the Bonette prop- erty, are to be trimmed by Cal- gary Power Ltd. crews. Ray Ccllett was reappointed as weed and chemdcal inspec- tor for the current year. The ee remains unchanged at or the season. Fire Chief A. W. Bill Lord was instated on the town's per- manent staff at a salary o A survey plan of 64th Ave one mile west from 50th St. prepared by Okamura and As sociates of Lethbridge, follow- ing recommendations of the Oldman River Regional Plan ning Commission, was approv- ed and registration will follow The improved farm truck road now under construction will re- tain the existing right- of-way with some direction ad- justment at its east end to line up with the present road to the east. Foremost Legion hall extension progressing FOREMOST (Special) Nearing completion here is a 40-foot extension to the Legion hall. The project is under the whi- ter works program and in- cludes extensive alterations to the -existing building. This building is still in use during alterations. The roof of the old building has been replaced. The north wall of the old building is being removed to make a large open area. Additions and renovations will more than double the available space in the building. Man-sized values on Spring Jackets Styled for action! Nylon Windbreaker at a price you can afford! This sporty jacket can be worn rain or shine! Neoprene outer shell makes it 100% waterproof. Fully lined with zip front. Navy. S.M.L.XL. Each Patriotic Nylon Shell Features Canadian Crest Contrast stripes on drawstring waist and sleeves. Concealed hood and pockets. Dome cuffs. Red has white trim. White has Red trim. S.M.I.XL. 14.95 Each White Contrast stitching gives this Nylon Shell a sporty look! Contrast stitching ac- cents coilor, shoul- ders, pocket ond waistline. Patch pock- ets hove domed flaps. Full front zip. S.M.L 5.87 Easy-Care Golf Jacket casual good looks at a price that's hard to beat! Perma-press Jacket in 65% Polyester and 35% Cotton will Jake the rough JreaJment you can give M Has ventil- afed open bock action ond o fdJ zippered front. Navy, Brown, Beige, Blue or Green. In sizes S.M.LXU EACH Open daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday ond Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. reserve the right to limit qvanlitiei COLLEGE SHOPPING MALI 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive DEPARTMENT STORES A DIVISION OF THE r.W. WOOLWORTH CO, IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE Still active at 90 Mrs. Hannah Evanson of Ta'ber has decided she won't put in a garden this year. "I generally rake my leaves every fall from these she says. "I have a lot of trees on my lot." Bom at Spanish she moved to Taber in 1907 and then married the late John Evan Evanson. They farmed four miles southwest of the town. "I do all my own housework and help others a says Mrs. Evanson. She likes to crochet baby jackets and watch television'. Third shift announced by CNI for New Elko mill FERNIE In keeping with the original intent to consoli- date all operations in a single plant, Crows Nest Industries Limited announces the com- mencement of a third shift on the small-wood side of the New Elko sawmill beginning April 30. Production from that shift is expected to be equivalent to that now obtained, on a two shift basis, at the Old Elko mill. This move by Crows Nest In- dustries will enable the termin- ation of operations at the some- what outdated old facility. The complement of personnel re- quired for the additional shift at the new mill will be equi- valent to that of two shifts at the old, consequently, full utili- zation will be made of the en- tire present work force. Furth- ermore, by processing all material at the new plant, the whole production of the com- pany's annual allowable cut will be processed in full compliance with provincial government program for walks TABER (HNS) A sidewalk- construction program for 1973 to cost has received ap- proval of the Taber town coun- cil. The work will commence soon. LIP program will pay labor costs of The program includes about of sidewalk and curb work in the business area and of construction in the new residential districts in northeast and northwest sub- divisions. The work in the business dis- trict includes narrowing the sidewalks on the north side of 48th Ave. matching the work done last year on the south side of the street Projects under the LIP pro- gram involving six employees will ato be eligible to earn grants totalling about wfcen approved by the provin- cial governmraJt. Council directed replacing of natural gas service lines in the downtown area be completed ffris year. Council approved a money bylaw providing for the bor- rowing of for operating finances pending receipt of current taxes and the proceeds of debenture issues wWdi win provide the financing of special projects during the year. ApTvIiealJon is lo be mw3c to Taber Irrigation Ifelricl JOT re- instatement of termjnabfe vrs-[ ter rights on 61 acres of ttoe WiJ-! son property row owned by the; town east of 50lh St. opposite tibe: reauirements regarding close utilization manufacturing. CNI has, through its tenures in the Fernie and Cranbrook Public Sustained Yield Units as well as Tree Farm No. 27, annual harvesting allowances of about 22% million cubic feet of Improvements in plant facili- ties installed last year and sa- tisfactory progress in perform- ance and in operation of those facilities has enabled the Com- pany to achieve, on a sustained basis for 1973 to date, lumber production equivalent to the available forest cut. This has permitted the Com- pany to provide a high level of employment in both its bush and sawmill operations and make a substantial contribution to the economy of the area through salaries and wages paid, together v.ith goods and services acquired. Luncheon, tea set for May 11 RAYMOND (HNS) Ray- mond Municipal Hospital Auxil- iary members have initial plans and much of the work well along for the annual spring Florence Nightingale Tea. The luncheon and tea will be held May 11 at the United Church. There will also be a bazaar Featuring handiwork and many One things created by mem- bers. There will be a bake sale of 5ns foods. Two hand-made quilts, a silk jaby quilt and a handmade xsdspread will be on display for lucky ticket-holders of the day. Jackmans honored by family FORT MACLEOD (SpetiaJ) Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jackman were honored by their family on the occasion of their wedding anniversary. Miss Shirley Ruttodge and Mr. and Mrs. George Tomik ar- ranged the family dinner. Later in the evening tnc Spring Point Omummily club hosted an open bouse. Mr. and Mrs. Jackman were presented willi a silver purse. They have soW their farm in the Porcupine Hills and arc a new home ;