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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Accommodation nears for 'Pass oldtimers By VEIt.V DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BELLEVUE Groundwork for the promotion of a senior citizens home for the Crowsnest Pass was begun at a meeting held in the Bellecrest Senior Citizens Clubroom recently. Mayor George Wait of Blair- more addressed the meeting. It was attended by representa- tives from Bellevue, Blairmore and Coleman. He gave a resume of ne- gotiations carried out in recent years towards getting a senior citizens home in this area. Taber Knox United Cburch succeeds with programs TABER (HNS) Annual re- ports and election of members to the committee of stewards and to the session were the main items of business trans- acted at the recent annual meeting of the congregation of Knnx United Church. Rev. Kenneth W. Morris was chairman. The session reported that 16 people were confirmed and be- came full members of the church. Seven membership transfers were received during the past year. Treasurer. Lemy D. Mills in- dicated the church is in a sound financial position. The" gym n a F i u m of the church was renovated in 1970 and a new roof was placed on the older section of the church building. Outside painting was completed on both church and manse. It was reported the pledge by the church of to the com- munity centre building fund was fulfilled. About was given to the mission work of the church in Canada and around the world. The Christian Education Committee reported 316 young people attended the weekly Christian Education programs offered by the church last year. Elected to the committee of stewards for three-year terms were George Dougan, Lewis P. Pollard, J. K. (Jack) Robinson, Donald Toth, Ronald Veres, Le- rdy D. Mills and Clayton R. Rushford, and to the session (also for three-year William Fletcher, Roy How, Jock M. Kinniburgh, Mrs. Ole Jespersen, William M a i e r Tony Rollke, Mr. and Mrs, Harry H. McKibben and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur F. Towle. Knut Wilson was appointed representative to presbytery and conference meetings. The United Church Women reported making 756 hospital and 597 home visits. They assisted the local can- cer and Red Cross drives and prepared and served lunch at the fall blood donors clinic. Heart Fund blitz set for Monday COALDALE (HNS) The blitz for funds for the Alberta Heart Foundation will take place in Coaldale Monday, Feb. 15, sponsored by the Catholic Women's. League of St. Am- brose Church. Mrs. Theresa King is conve- ner. She is assisted .by Mrs. Peter G. Martens. Mrs. King recently reported businesses would be canvassec during the day Monday, Feb. 15. A canvas of residences is in be conducted in the evening Envelopes will be left where no one is home and it is hoped they will be completed and re- turned. Canvassers are still required, Mrs. King said. Any one willing to some timrief. The committee will then go o the board of the Pincher 2reek Crowsnest Pass Crest view Lodge senior citizens with a view to havin :his group assist in presentini and directing the brief to to proper government channels. Hobby club PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Coalhurst women recent ly met to organize a hobb club, the Coalhurst Women' Club. They plan projects rn handi craft, sewing and leather work They will meet again Feb. 1 from 8 to at the Coal hurst High School. STORE PROGRESSES FERNIE (HNS) The Fire- stone Store on 3rd Ave. an 7th St. here should be ready fo a grand opening about May company officials said recen ly. Wtdnwby, 10, 1971 THE IHHBRIDCl HERAID 3 Falconer., Rykam, Neddow honored WIN TRIP TO HOCKEY GAME Fort Macleod hockey fans Mr. and Mrs. Don McTav- i-h centre accept plane tickets to Vancouver from Bob Burke, left, secretary-treasurer of the Fort Macleod Broncs Hockey Club. Gearge Bota, timekeeper, looks on. They won the trip to Vancouver to watch the New York-Vancouver NHL game, holders were eligible for the draw. ____________ Season ticket CP Rail to move Elk Valley coal FORT MACLEOD a v o r Ken Hurlburt Eastern t.-cch tro-jt, stream. Jot A. Imperil Oil Lid.. Cnris Moses. Eastern brook trout, lake, Macleod s corned" 300 people to the recent j Mollnhn Fort Macleod Fish and Game ins. J-MUS nvmiann. Association banquet and awards: c night here Predators, Fort Macleod Feed Mill, Life memberships were pre-; sented to Dr. R. L. Falconer, i A. A. Neddow and Harry Van; Rykam for service to the club. President's Trophies, for ser-, vice "above and beyond the call of were presented to Mrs. Jean Renfrew, past secre- tary, M. J. (Red) Renfrew for his auction work, and to Harry Chapman, Jr.. for his service to the Junior Forest Warden movement. Keven Cleaver won the Al- berta Fish and Game Associa- (ion Trophy for the junior pike competition. Leslie Scott won an achieve- Moltzalm elected by sportsmen FORT MACLEOD (Special) Julius Moltzalm was elected president of the Fort Macleod Fish and Game Association at ment award from the club for! (he recent annual meeting. his work with the junior war-j otncr officers arc: Buster deDS- Bratton. vice president; Peter winners were: McTavish, secretary; and Mrs, Canada Goose. Fort Macleod Agen-I Jcan RenfrcWj treasurer. FERNIE Hail las awarded to Emil Anderson Construction Ltd. the third and inal grading contract in its 35- ile coal-train spur railway ine diverting up Elk Valley from Spanvocd due north to Fording River Coal Ltd. devel- opment. The contract covers 29 miles. Contracts for the mile immedi- ately north from Sparwood, and the north terminal had al- ready been awarded Cranbrook Construction Ltd. Work has continued through winter at the Fording end, with Mit Page, CP resident engi- Farm production climbs CARDSTON (Special) Ag- riculture Minister Henry Ruste said farmers today are pro- ducing 10 times as much as they "did before World War. the Second He was speaking, to the Card- ston Rotary Club's annual ru- ral-urban night gathering. On this night Cardston Rotarians bring district farmers or ranch- ers to the supper as guests. One farmer today produces food for 40 people, compared to enough for four 30 years ago said Mr. Ruste. He suggested the farmer must expect and accept changes in marketing and pro- duction. "When we establish a market we must be prepared to pro- duce the commodity to supply the market. The hog market is oversupplied, but producers must realize we must gear our production to fit the mar- ket. "The beef industry has a great future in Alberta. We should plan to process our beef here in Alberta rather than ship our cattle and feed grain to other sectors of the coun- try." Mr. Ruste expressed confi- dence in the future of agricul- ture in Alberta. A small gift was presnted tig game; A. J. Nowicki, edu- Black bear. Reach and Company and Skene Farm Equipment, Ken Medley. Antelope, Fort Maclecd Auc Harry Chapman, Jr., unior conservation; Ric Swi- Market, Walter Collar. White tall deer, B. J. Viens Holdings, Wilf publicity and news letter editor; Ken Hedlev, predator; Mule deer: Scougall's, Wilf Lest, bird and habitat; son. Non lyoical mule deer, Jim Eagleson, trap; Pat Shell Oil Bulk and T. H. fish; Joe Tarness, tro- Ceith Orr. Big horn sheepf William's Walter Collar, hunter Ray Trowbridge. Mackinaw lake trout, VanTol Co-struction, James Terrence Huzil, legal advisor; H. J. pollu- Pike, Speedway Esso, Jack Wilson. Perch, R. 0. Gunderson Texaco Bulk Service ard Larson's Tire Shop, and policy; Tenus Van Tol, community parks, access, graz- Moses. Rocky mountain whitefish, Ted's Welding, Bruce and wilderness; Arnold Mo-ranz. pistol and rifle range; Bob Lake whitefish. Maverick fund raising and Julius Moltzahn. Sucker, fish and game Julia Medley, entertain- Brian Cutthroat trout, lake, China Shop, Chris Moses. Rainbow trout, stream. Price's all Store, Bill SAAN STORE Rainbow trout, lake, Goddard ing and Pat Wharton, Bert (HNS) A Saaa mil be opening here be- Fitness the end of February. Fixtures are being installed now. PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Several women from this recently attended a women's keep fit clinic at the district The clinic was by the Lethbridge Family and the department of youth for the purpose of training page 11 structors on various aspects o: 9a.m. to 9p.m. I ONE DAY OHLY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11TH19 a.m. to 9 p.m. 1 (TOMORROW) Budget Minded Mothers of Lethbridge and South Alberta Here's a Great Opportunity to Clothe Your Family at Fantastic Savings! Don't Miss Out! LOOK WHAT c WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Ladies' and Girls' Panty Hose each 25c Ladies' and Girls' Dresses, each 25c Baby Coveralls, each 25c Ladies' Blouses, each 25c Ladies' Rib Knit Tops, each...... 25c Kiddies Running Shoes, pair.....25c Kiddies Sandals, pair..........2Sc Men's Caps, each..............25c LOOK WHAT WILL BUY 50c ladies' Running Shoes, pair......50c Girls' Printed Slacks, pair 50c ladies' Cut-Ofls, pair ..........50c Men's Gabardine Work Hats, each 50c Kiddies' Sport Shirts and T Shirts long or short sleeve, some flannelette, sizes 3 to 50c Men's Pile Lined Vests, each 50c Ladies' Corduroy Slippers, Made in Canada, pair........50c COMPLETE STOCK OF: Ladies' Sandals, pair LOOK WHAT WILL BUY s 1 COMPLETE STOCK OF: Boys' Sizes 8 to 18 Kiddies' Sizes 3.to.6x Girls' Sizes 7 to 14 Q Jeans and Slacks Including brand name Wrangler and Top Gun. Pair Beys' Cowboy Sools, Boys' and Girls' Nylon Shell Jackets, each Ladies' Bonanza Shoes, sizes 5-10 (all Made in Canada Ladies' Tee Kay Runners, Sizes 5 to 10. Girls' Shoes, Sizes 8Vi to 4, pair Boys' Sport Shirts, long or short sleeve, each Men's and Boys' Toughies sweat shirts, and T-Shirts, (some Acrylic) each Ladies' Snow Boots deep pile lined lea- ther or Vinyl, pair Kiddies Rubber Boots Sizes 6 to 3, pair Men's 4 Buckle Overshoes Red and Grey Sole, pair Kiddies' and Girls' Sweaters, Sizes 3 to 14 (long sleeve Acrylic) Men's Fur Hats each Boys' and Girls' Acrylic Tops, each Men's Casual and Work Jackets, Each Men's Sport Shirts, long or short sleeve, each Men's and Boys' Pro Running Shoes, vinyl construction, Boys' and Girls' All leather Shoes, Canadian Made, Ladies' Wrangler Scrub Denim Jeans, LOOK WHAT .00 WILL BUY LVJ 2 2 COMPLETE STOCK OF: Canadian Made ladies' Tee Kcry Marie Claire leather Shoes. Pair Boys' and Girls' Brand Name Brave Shoes. All leather, Men's Nylon Quilted Jackets, each Men's Sizes 28 to 40 Ladies' Sizes 8 to 16 Jeans and Slacks Brand Names including Wrangler and Top Gun. Pair Men's Nylon Ouilted Pants, pair Men's Rubber Boots, Kiddies' Quilted Snowmobile Pants. Sizes 3 to 6x..................5 Men's leather Dress and Casual Shoes, by Tee Kay and Mocaby, pair Men's Western Cut Casual Jackets, each Men's Winter Work Jackets, each ALL SALES ARE FINAL NO REFUNDS OR EXCHAGES LOOK WHAT WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: Men's, Boys' and Ladies' Ladies' and Girls' Winter Long Dress Coats Car Coats and Jackets. Your, choice, each Boys' Winter Jackets. Sizes 8 to 18, Kiddies' Winter Jackets. Sizes 3 to 6x, each......... Men's Western Shirts. each LOOK WHAT SK-CO WILL BUY LWVi 5 COMPLETE STOCK OF: MEN'S and BOYS' TOPCOATS Zip-out EACH liners. Wools. MEN'S WINTER JACKETS Sizes 36 to 46. EACH Don't miss the biggest 1 day sale in Lethbridge's History. Unbeat- able values! Get here somehow and get here fast! Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thurs., Feb. llth only. Hundreds of Unadvertised Specials! SHELDONS Opposite Gait Gardens on 3rd Ave. S. Next Door to Bank of Montreal ;