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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Wtdnndiy, February 5, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 Residential development pushed in Cranbrook's Baynes Lake area CRANBROOK (Special) Two parcels of Crown land in the Baynes Lake area have been recommended to the provincial government by the Regional District of East Koolenay board as possible sites for residential development. Following a request from the department of lands and forests and a study by Eugene Lee, RDEK planner, it was recommended two areas, totalling 300 acres, be developed into residential lots ranging from one to five acres. The study was initiated last summer after the department Credit union pays savings dividend TABER (HNS) The Taber Sugar Makers Credit Union paid a 7.14 per cent divi- dend on members' share savings for 1974. Operating on its own funds exclusively, the 138-member credit union loaned to its members. About half of this was for automobile finan- cing. The credit union has assets of Interest charged on loans was increased at mid-year from 8 to 10 per cent on un- paid balances. Traffic lights installed TABER (HNS) Safety traffic, lights have been in- stalled at the south and north entrances to the school bus loading area 'between Central and W. R. Meyers schools here. The lights are on 54th St. at 54th and 56th avenues. At the 25th annual dinner meeting this week, members returned Allen D. West to the board of directors for three years. Fred Werewka was elected a director for two years to fill the term of Jerry Zsednai who resigned. Milton Waddle was elected to the supervisory committee, replacing Leroy A. Erickson. of successful opera- tion was indicated in reports by President Earl N. Gedlaman, credit committee chairman Jesse L. Harding and supervisory committee member Roy A. Woolley. The average savings of members increased to About is on loan to members. About is invested, of which is a reserve against bad debts. Secretary treasurer Dale E. Clifton told members that during more than 25 years of operation, has been loaned. There has been no default in loan repayment and no write-offs in the history of the credit union. received a number of re- quests for Crown land purchases. Undeveloped, privately owned land in the area sells for an acre. One area recommended for development is just south of the Baynes Lake community. The second area is farther south. The planner said the supply of Crown .land in the area is limited. "The large amount of va- cant private land in this area must be better used in the future in order to accom- modate the growth he sard in his recent report. "Unrealistic market prices of private land will only cause problems and a poorer com- munity development pattern." Fund bid wins support CRANBROOK (Special) The Regional District of East Kootenay will support in prin- ciple the Village of Invermere's bid to obtain ad- ditional funds from senior governments to cover the cost of a new sewage system. Invermere is planning to construct a million sewage system, with a waste treat- ment plant to handle a future population of But the present estimate is about above the million figure. In making an application for additional funds, Invermere asked the regional govern- ment to support it in its bid. South In short Test holes to be drilled FOREMOST (Staff) The Forty Mile County council has learned that CanPac Minerals Limited of Calgary has been authorized by the Alberta energy board to drill 250-foot test holes for coal in the Manyberries area. "It's part of our regular reconnaissance program throughout the whole Dick Marshall, CanPac assis- tant general manager, said Monday. "We put a floating drilling rig out and it wanders around all over Alberta." Mr. Marshall said the test holes at Manyberries won't be started for some time. Then it will take many months to com- pile data from the tests. Hoping women select leaders ETZIKOM (HNS) Frances Herbst has been elected presi- dent of the Hoping Women's Institute. New officers are: Lauran Wesley, vice president; Isabelle Laqua, secretary; and Josephine Fauth, treasurer. Directors are Doreen Lee, Elizabeth Burns and Toni. Maasakkers. Youth on tour with ensemble WARNER (HNS) Greg Folkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Folkins of Warner, is taking part in the annual winter tour of the Dickinson State College Wind Ensemble. The ensemble is performing in 11 concerts in North Dakota and Montana in a six day tour that began Jan. 25. Dickinson State College is in Dickinson, N. Dak. Fernie schools grow SPARWOOD (HNS) The growth rate of student numbers in the Fernie school district is- about nine per cent, says Superintendent Bill Marshall. Speaking to school trustees, Mr. Marshall said there were students in all district schools at the first count Sept. 30. By Oct. 31 the number had risen to At Nov. 30 the enrolment was Individual school populations are: Baynes Lake, 22; Elkford, 346; Elko, 45; Grasmere, 38; Isabella Dicken, 475; Ridgemont, 509; Mountain View, 242; Sparwood Elementary, 539; Jaffray School, Grades 1 to Fernie Secondary, 561; and Sparwood Secondary, 476. The total staff for all schools is 166 people. MR. AND MRS. NEIL COREMAN AND TIMMY District town raised to aid ailing seven-year-old STAVELY (Staff) People here, 70 miles north of Lethbridge, raised to send seven-year-old Tim Neil. Coreman to the Mayo Clinic at Rochester, Minn., for heart surgery. The money was raised in weeks and the fund is now closed. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Coreman learned Monday that the Alberta Health Care In- surance Commission will cover a substantial amount of the costs. They leave Friday for Rochester. Timmy will have his operation Feb. 14, Valen- tine's Day. "The Stavely community is overwhelmed by the response received to their plea for a fund organizer said Tuesday. They organized a bingo and a fat beef draw. Any money in the fund not needed by Timmy will be used for a child with a similar congenital heart defect. FARM FOR SALE ENCHANT DISTRICT Seven quarters deeded half section grazing lease adjoining. Fully modern 3 bedroom dwell- ing; steel quonset 40'x80'. Pos- session immediately. GIBBS REALTY GIBB Phone 757-3820 TOMORROW BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND TOMORROW SHELDON'S 12-HOUR SALE! 9A.M. TO 9 P.I ONE DAY Feb. 6th T0 P.M. i Here's another tremendous opportunity for the budget minded mothers of Lethbridge and Southern Alberta to clothe I the family at Fantastic Savings. Don't miss this great Savings Event! LOOK WHAT 00 WILL BUY Boys'and Girls'Nylon Shell h JEANS AND SLACKS Boys' and Girls', Sizes 8 to 18. Kiddies' Sizes 3 to 6x. 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Each Overshoes and Snowboots Boys' and Qlrls'.PsIr Jeans and Slacks Brand Names, Including Wranglera and Top Sun. Men's slies 28 to 36. S A Ladles' sues a to 16. Pair iC Boys'and Girls'Jeans A_ by Wrangler. Colors: Dark Blue, Dark Brown, S A Dark Oreen. 7-14. Pair.................. Boys'and Giris'Jackets Assorted casual light Jackets. Each Men's Tee Kay Mng Shoes Pair............................... Boys'and Girls'Shoes Brand Name Braves. All Leather. Pair Men's Western Cut Pants bv Wrangler, Mede In Pair ash ladies'Leather Shoes A_ Tee Key Marie Claire. Cenedian Made. 99 Pair.................................... essl Ladies', Giris'Kiddies'Coats Esch.........'........................... esB Body Shirts and Tops Girls'and Teene'. Each 4el Flannelette Fan and Winter Shirts Boys' and dirts'. Slie 7-12. Long Sleeve. Each................................. and Casual Shirts Man's Parma Ladies'All Wool Pants Stretch flares. Pair-----....... Dress Coats Kiddles', Girls', Teenagers' snd Ledles'. 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Each Men's or Boys' Insulated Winter Boots Pile lined lug sole. Pair Boys' and Girls' Snowmobile Boots With removable felt liner. Pair Men's 4 Buckle Overshoes Pair ..'............I.................... Men's ThemwJ Drawers A_ Long leg or thermal shirts made In Canada SO by Penman's. Each...................... O LOOK WHAT WILL BUY Boys'Striped Cuffed Pants Made In Canada. Pair T and Ladiei'Flare Slacks Cuffed casuals. Mede In Cenada. Pair...... Men s Westeni CasHi and Dross Pants jflT Mede in Canada. Pair Iff Men's and Ladfes' Western Shirts Fancy drees. Made in Canada, each Men's and Boys' Winter Boob eyelet Thermal Insisted. Patr f Work Pants Assorted colors ......................Pair T CFl Sweat Shirts mm Men's end Ledles1. Long stem heevr weight. mJm Made In Canada by Penmen's. Each ff Laws PeiMvar Smatirs Long sleeve buftyknfts. lech HUH w LMK vMrtV Turtle neck. MesM to CeMs) by Penmen's. ledi LOOK WHAT 00 WILL BUY Blue Denim Jeans 13% oz. Boys' and girls'. 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