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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TWENTY-FIVE WAYS OF USING WHEAT-Mrs Donna Jensen of Aetna is a great believer in fiie use of whole wheat. Mrs. Jensen has proved light bread and chiffon cakes can be made using 100 per cent whole wheat flour. She has an electric grinder with which she grinds her own fresh flour. She has 25 ways of using wheat. Of in- terest to dieters is the fact that there are only calories in a loaf of whole wheat bread compared to in a loaf of white bread. Cathrine Hull Photo Garbage rates hiked CLARESHOLM council will make garbage col- lection a profitable operation for the town instead of a losing venture. Councillor Bill La ing told council the garbage operation showed an estimated loss of more than this year and this would go up in 1971 when the new dump was opened near the airport. Council decided to double the fate for homeowners from a year to It is paid on a monthly basis. The rates for businesses wil go up 500 per cent in some places if 'a new schedule is adopted. A new rate system will be worked out on volume and type of garbage but a minimum of for any business is pro- posed. Mayor Patterson said one restaurant didn't comply wilt regulations requiring standard Chrislilias card on display By ROSS G1BB Herald News Service TABER The gigantic com inunity Christmas card, spon- sored annually by the T a b e Lady Lions, will be on displa; until Christmas. Initial contributions to th "card" amounting to were collected at the recent Lions Club Mirthquake, and further donations will be ac- cepted at Campbell Electric from those wishing to add to the community greetings. Funds collected will go to the physiotherapy ward in T a b e r General Hospital last year the donation xyas made to car- diac care equipment. Of interest is a club donation of presented by Lady Lions' president Mrs. Pat Camp- HOMELITE XL-12 cuts 11" logs in 10 seconds fells trees up to 3' in diameter Weighs only IL, bar. IZ IDS and chain) 817 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-2669 ball to the Towii of Taber rep- resenting the initial payment on dishes and silverware for the new community centre kitchen which will be administered by the recreation board. A Christmas party for al children of Lions Club members is to be held at the Roseroom Taber Cafe. Marvin H. Tome of Grassy Lake, ventroliquist, will provide entertainment and it is expected that Santa Claus will pay a visit. An evening of entertainment for residents of Clean' i e w Lodge is also in the planning stages. Bingo will be played and prizes given, and cakes will be made for all Lodge resi- dents having birthdays in De- cember. Committee in charge of the Lodge entertainment comprises Mrs. Peggy Loree, Mrs. Fay Sloane, Mrs. Male Kenney, Mrs. Betty Conrad, Mrs. Ircnfi Beck- man and Mrs. Pat Campbell, while cakes will be provided by Mrs. Olive Johnson, Mrs. Vi Charlton and Mrs. Joyce Black. size garbage cans and the garbage men had to shovel it out from a bin at an estimated cost of per month. He sug gested the firm should be billed for the full cost until it begins using the proper containers Council agreed the new fees should be based on the actual cost of collection. Served are 91 commercial es- tablishments and 702 residences. A number of firms hauled their own garbage to the dump but council has ruled they will he charged in future even if they do not use the town service. Examine children for nits Kaiser wins friends with 2nd mortgage plan NATAL (HNS) Kaiser tic- sources' new deal for employees who want to purchase homes is bringing fast results. A company spokesman said since the proposition1 was an- nounced about 100 applications for new homes had been re- ceived. It was announced earlier by Kaiser through letters to em- ployees that all who want to purchase new homes would qualify for an interest-free sec- ond mortgage up to one-third of the purchase cost. In addition, the employees do not have to pay off the second mortgage over its 10-year life, but re- ceive a 10 per cent "forgive- ncss''on the principal for each year they remain with the com- pany. This means that at the end of 10 years, a home purchaser who stays with the company is ab- solved of paying the second mortgage. Grand opening Saturday BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) John and Linda Kerr, two Biairmorc young people, will bold a grand opening Saturday of their House of Kerr, a cloth- ing business on Blairmore's Main St. The store will cater to men and women. X WINS AWARD Warrant Officer John Hribnak of Ray- mond 565 E o y a I Canadian Air Cadets lias won (he Stan .Tone s Memorial Award in the amount of S200- He is studying at the Lcth- foridge Community College. Cadets of Lelnlmdge, Tabcr and Raymond squadrons are eligible. 1 V1 NATAL (HNS) Dr. J. M. H. Hopper, medical health offi- cer with the East Kootenay Health Unit, has urged parents of the Fernie area to examine their children's heads for nits Dr. Hopper said that the small pest has been detected on the head of one child in this aiea. Parents should look at their children's heads, and if nits are found, should make sure the children are treated before jeing allowed to go to school, Dr. Hopper said. He explained that nits are "small, oval whit- ish transparent objects about .5 millimeters in length, firmly at- tached to one side of the hair. "They may be distinguished from scales of dandruff by the fact that they cannot easily be moved along the shaft of the hair or flicked Dr. Hop- aer explained. He said that in the fall of 1969 and the spring of 1970, as many as 10 per cent of East Koote- lay children were found to :iave nits. MOVES WEST Harold W. Blakley, the man who set To- ronto's Bay Street on its ear by turning an unknown liUle Ontario brewery into a ruu- away financial and market- ing success, is moving his base of operations to the west. Jan. 1 he will become president and managing di- rector of Interior Breweries Limited of Creston. Another small brewery, Interior has almost its sales and earnings in recent months. SNOW BLOWERS by ARIENS 7 H.P. 32" Winier Member of the Tree-Team Two-sfage, self-propelled opera- lion. Clears an extra wide 32" j path. All controls conveniently located at rear of machine. Win- terized 7 h.p. Tccumseh engine. Lockout differential for easier handling. FROM .95 564 MOTOR MOWER 817 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-2669 Terms expire for RDEK directors CKANBROOK (Special) Three electoral area Regional District of East Kootenay terms expire Dec. 31, those of Area A, George Fedorek, Area E, Gerry Decosse, and Area F, Ronald Bradshaw, Atlialmer. Area A, which includes the Elk River Valley has two nom- inees, incumbent Mr. Fedorek of Elk Valley and Lloyd Phil- lips of Hosmer Road, editor of the Fernie Free Press. Three polling stations for the 566 vot- ers have been set up by re- turning officer Frank Bertoia, at West Fernie, Hosmer and Sparwood. Mr. DeCosse is apparently retiring since nomination of James Stanley Whiting, Mead- owbrook is unopposed. Ron Bradshaw did not file for reelection and there are no nominations for this Area which includes Canal Flat to Brisco. POLLUTION PONDS PROGRESS Phase 1 of Tabor's sewage Ireatment planl is near- ing completion. The settling ponds will supply effluent for irrigating hay land north of the Oldmon River. Town of Taber has it's own contractor for the work in order to insure completion of the earth work before freeze-up. Ross Gibb pholo Mrs. Christensen heads Taber WI club By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service Fern (George) Christensen has been elected for the third consecutive year as president of the Taber Women's Institute. Other executive positions filled at the recent annual meet- ing are Mrs. Delia (Roy) East- hope first vice-president, Mrs. Hazel (Wesle) Jensen second vice-president, Mrs. Theora (John) Vivyurka secretary, and Mrs. Lulah (Ross) Gibb treas- urer. Standing committee chairmen for the coming year are: Mrs. Lilian Gibb, home and country, Mrs. Muriel (Ole) Jespersen fruit and flower fund, Mrs. Flo- rence (Alfred) Stuart Clear- view Lodge representative, Mrs. Tlmrsa Russell home eco- nomics. Mrs. Stuart Health, Mrs. Hazel Jensen education and citizenship, Mrs. Velma (William) Williams agriculture and Canadian industry, Mrs. S'icki (John) Haugaard social service, Mrs. Delia Easthope handicraft, and Mrs. Edith Jensen United Nations. A detailed report of the year's work was given by president Christensen, and treasurer Mrs. Gibb reported that the books ivcre audited and in order. Mrs. Jespersen, convener for fruit and flower fund, read a ist of names who received Party date set GRANUM (HNS) Plans have been completed for the annual Christmas party of the Willow Creek Beavers. The date has been set for Decem- >er 18 in the Communitv Hall. CHRISTMAS GREETINGS TYRRELL'S LAKE Christmas greetings were sent o the community from Mike Mueller who accompanied by Grecno are touring Britain ind Europe for the winter. TUC IIMIWEDCITY ftC ICTUB tub villVhlltfll I VI fct I IIHI Application Deadline Spring Semester The University of Iclhbridge is currently accepting Applications For the Spring Semester WHICH COMMENCES JANUARY 11, 1771 Interested persons should contact the UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR'S OFFICE Before the Deadline of DECEMBER II, 1970 cards from the WI during the year on occasions of illness, an- niversaries, and special times. In her annual report on the Clearview Lodge, Mrs. Vivyur- ka told of the work done by local and district organizations during the past year. The high- lights of these were the tea and bazaar in June, a tea in Octo- ber, and a trip to Bow Island to attend the 10th anniversary of the lodge there. Highlighting the year in the home economics report, Mrs. Christensen told of the visit to the WI of District Home Econo- mist Mrs. Norma Jean Gray of Brooks, in September. The presentation of a scliolar- ship to Miss Dielra Bennett dur- ing the awards night at W. R. Myers High School here was the highlight of the year for edu- cation and citizenships, accord- ing to the report given by Mrs. Jensen As re-elected convener for handicrafts, Mrs. Easthope noted the busy season of prepar- ation for competitions, conven- tions and conferences. Plans were made for the an- nual Christmas party to be held Friday, Dec. 11 at the home of Mrs. Hazel Jensen. A display of broaches made from eye glass lenses was s b o w n by Mrs. Russell who held the mystery number, and Mrs. Jespersen displayed hooked rugs. meter plan rejected TABER (HNS) The read- ing of water meter.1; in Taber will be retained as a function of town employees. I A request by the Taber Ki- wanis Club was up for consid- eration. The club hoped to read the meters, which occurs once annually in September, as a fund-raising project for com- munity use. Responding to the thinking of Mayor A. H. Avery, council voted the request be denied with thanks. Council was told by superin- tendent Bent Madsen that the fall reading of some ti meters occupies two weeks, and costs the town about Friday, December "I, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HURAID 3 Archery sessions COALDALE (HNS) The archery instructional sessions for the whole family are held every Tuesday from to p.m. in the Kate Andrews High School, sponsored by the Southern Regional Recreation Board. HEARTY EATERS Termites arc voracious in- sects that can bore through lead shielding or five inches of con- crete in search of a meal, erty damage. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Phone 562-2149 EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY AND UNTIl MARCH 1st, 1971 WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY OPEN AS USUAl MONDAY THRU FRIDAY REYELSTOKE TRANSIT MIX Cor. 12th St., 2nd Ave. N. Phone 327-7262 LETHBRIDGE CONCRETE PRODUCTS Cor. 9th Ave., 6th St. N. Phone 328-9251 We've Cooked Up MORE FOOD For You! Prices effective until closing Saturday, Dec. 5th TABLE RITE RED BRAND STEER BEEF CANADA CHOICE TABLE RITE Standing Rib Roast Canada Choice Red Brand Ib. IGA Bread ..20.01 .ionves for MONARCH POUCH PAK Cake 5hr PURITY FLOUR LIBBY Tomato Juice 2 CLARKS WHOLE KERNAL Peaches Topvau 12 fl. oz. tins for r I PICNIC STRAWBERRY JAM WITH PECTIN 48-fl. oz. tin TOP VAIU AS5T. "L Canned Pop GLEN VALLEY Prune Plums oz 5 1 l00 FRASER VALE Meat Pies 4 1'00 TEXAS RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT MtlNTOSH, DELICIOUS er SPARTAN Apples Canada fey. Ib. bag 59' WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;