Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
US COMPLAINTS PINCHER CREEK Police report for High- way traffic act vitten traffic Crim- inal Code impair- ed driving liquor control act intoxi- cation and com- plaints received and investi- 118. BUS TRIP SET BROOKS A bus trip and picnic for senior citizens of Brooks and guests of Newbrook Lodge and Newell Nursing Home is being planned for Aug. 17. Norma Jean district home member of the Newbrook Lodge adminis- tration and Keith Bo- and Shuster showman Les better known to hii friends re- turned to home recently. The house he grew up in is now owned by Dr. and Mrs. Frank Jan- Tubby Rubte 6 A happy guy' By LUCINDA LUCfflA Special Correspondent NOBLEFORD Tubby Nobleford native son and a member of the Wayne and Shuster returned home for a visit recently. He plays bit parts in the' Wayne and Shuster TV spec- ials and takes character roles in other CBC productions Mr. Rubie left Nobleford in 1940 to join the army In 1946 he went to Toronto to study at the Lome Green School. He worked amateur radio until the fall of 1M9 when he got his first job with the CBC. Tubby is a happy guy. Part of his philosophy is having lots of interesting things to do He likes to draw and paint and his commercial art flork also brings him extra income. He always had notoriously bad water but you'd be surprised how good it tastes on a visit home Mr. Rubie is not under con- tract with any particular show but he does enjoy -work- ing with the Wayne and Shus- ter company. Old friends were happy to meet Tubby again. IT'S OFFICIAL FORT MACLEOD A charter issued by the de- partment of agriculture made the Fort Macleod and District Agricultural Society official. Making the presentation to Wal- ter was Leighton MLA. District Hews In Brief Miss Dalgliesh honored by friends recreation are m charge of arrangements. SHOWER HELD PINCHER CREEK About 45 friends and relatives signed the guest book at a miscel- laneous shower in honor of Diana Everts and Dennis Plaza recently. Entertainment con- sisted of two selections played on saxophone and trumpet by Donna and Diana Schauerte. FROM GERMANY TURIN Recent visi- tors at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Serfas were Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Hirsekorn and Mr and Mrs. Remhold Hil- scher and grandson Rener 'of West Germany. Enjoy Sports Day parade Enjoying the recent Nobleford Sports Day and 4-H Fair parade are Ian Urvold. Brian De and Ronny De Jong 4. TURIN A com- munity bridal shower was held recently in the Sundial Com- Construction tops at Taber TABER Seven new housing starts during July and one industrial development were the main items account- ing for building permits autb crizing construction value of Permits totalled for July of 1972. The seven month total for 1973 stands at as com- pared with for the same period a year ago. Alterations and an addition to the Atta Fresh Produce Ltd. plant by Southern Alberta Snack Foods Ltd. at will accommodate a new industry for Taber. Snack Foods will manufacture potato chips- and other snacks commencing this fall. In the commercial reno- vations and an addition to Taber TV Radio at was the only item approved during the month. Auxiliary gym wins okay BLAIRMORE The Crowsnest Pass school board has approved funds to be included in the current year's budget for an auxiliary gymnasium for the Isabelle Sellon School at Blairmore. The old industrial arts sec- tion of the school will be con- verted for the facility. The gym is being provided to meet the current needs of the school. 8 added to second set of digits OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. BLAIRMORE New telephone numbers In Blairmore will now have the number added to the sec- ond set of digits as the first number. The new number will not re- IT PAYS TO Leasing freet your working capital Leasing provides reliable transportation at low cost You just sign a contract and pay ONE regular monthly fee Your lease can include licence and insurance coverage Contact BORIS leasing and Insurance Dept. BENY AUTOMOTIVE ENTERPRISES LTD. 2nd 9th St. S. Phone 328-1101 NOTICE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT REDEVELOPMENT AREA Various properties owned by the City in this area will eventually be demolished. The City have in the past reclaimed some equipment and materials from rhs area and some of this has been available for sale. In view of imminent considerations of demo- it has been decided that no more salvage will be done other than for internal City requirements. Since it is probable that final demolition will be done on a commercial it is likely that the public will be able to negotiate with the contractor for any salvage materials that arc available. The co-operation of puWic In net contacting City staff regarding salvage in this area will appreciated. place the number but will be added to the system new numbers. Itoe new number is neces- sary due to town expansion and need for greater tele- phone facilities. Mrs. Gergel showered with gifts TURIN A commu- nity shower was held recently in the Turin School auditorium to honor Mrs. Rodney nee Neola Thurlow. Games were under the direc- tion of Mrs. M. Kubak. Each guest also wrote out her favorite recipe and these were presented to the bride. Assisting the guest of honor at the gift table were Mrs. S. mother of the bride and Mrs. J. mother of the groom. OPEN HOUSE HIGH RIVER Open house wiU be held in honor of George Bateman's 90th 3 to 5 pm High River Memorial Aug. 18. Everyone wel- come. No gifts by request. FALL FAIR FORT MACLEOD The 60-member Fort Mac- leod and District Agricultural Society will hold a fall fair in Something Is Happening At Apply Olympic slain over new wood or properly prepared old paint Mr- face. Stain weathers will give protection for many years. Available in a choice of colours. Gal. 1602 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5888 Open Fri. and Sat. a.m. to p.m. Thursday Only a.m. to 9.00 p.m. FREE DELIVERY MKLSTOK COMPANIES LTD. munity Centre to honor Miss Shirley daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Dalgliesh of Picture Butte. Miss Dalgliesh is the bride- elect of Allan eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bailey of Turin. The program included a piano selection by Lennea a vocal solo by Mrs. L. Lawlor and vocal selection by Mrs. M. Gaboon and family of Cards ton. Assisting the bride at the gift table were her bridesmaids Mrs. V. Lammi and Misses Bonnie and Michelle Bailey. REMOVE SKUNK FERNIE Just the merest touch of a breeze carried a most peculiar odor across the West Fernie bridge. Subsequent research indicated the odor emanated from a skunk who had come to an untimely end about a week ago. Mayor Ver- non Uphill and Fire Chief Les Hockky arrived at the scene of the a and dis- covered the 15-pound animal had apparently lived on the premises for several weeks prior to his demise. Subdivision mapped out for planners BLAIRMORE Blairmore has presented plans for a new subdivision to the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission. The proposed lo- cated on approximately 10 acres of privately owned land in southwest would alleviate the town's present need for more residential de- velopment land. COLOUR OR BLACK WHITE KEEP YOUR CAMERA LOADED JUST LEAVE YOUR FILMS AT FOR DEVELOPING AND AND RECEIVE A NEW ROLL OF FILM AT NO EXTRA CHARGE IN YOUR FINISHING ENVELOPE. 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