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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Honor Fraser Hodgson Ily .MAHY TYMDUUSKl Ilrrald News Spn'icc COALDALE The sveallior was cxlrcmcly cold outside inside a warm, friendly evening was enjoyed uy many who at- tended the recent .1. Fraser Hodgson Talent Show, sponsor cd by the Coaldale Rotary Club and CJOC. It was held in the Kate An- drews High School auditorium. Mr. Hodgson was given spe- cial recognition on the publica- tion of his most recent book, of an Expert. lie is one of Cualclalc's pio- neers, for many jcars co-oinu of a farm machinery business. Graham and Hodgson. Fur several years now Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson have resid- ed at Ihe (iolden Acres Lodge. Lelhbridge. A trophy, donated by the Coaldale notary Club, was pro- seined io Mr. Hodgson by Len Schcibner, Rotary president Mr. Hodgson in turn present- ed Ihc trophy to Harold Hunt- rods, principal of Ihc Kate An- drews High School. Tliis trophy, honoring Mr. Hodgson, be kepi at the school. Eadl year il will be pre- sented to the studenl judged to have the most creative writing ability. The name of the win- ning student will be engraved on a plaque on the front of the trophy. The Rotary Club expressed appreciation fo all the entertain- ers who made the program a success. Performers were The Coal- dale Mcnnonile Conference Choir, pipers Ian Falcrson and Bobby Prysianey. violinist Edy Diclrich and Mrs. Moore, i accompanist. i Vocalists were Waller Gocr- accompanied on Ihe piano by Mrs Gocrzcn. Miss Lilly Larlcr anrl lluss Purdy accom- panist, Johnny Wicbe and his vocal instrumental group The Helpless, vocalist and guilarist Morris Higa. pianists Misses Alt-inn and Luclla Tbiescn and the Anne Campbell Mini-sing- ers. LEGION BONSPIEL The Richard Deimulh rink defealed the Paul Goldale rink lo win hhe 10th annual bonspiel of the Nobleford branch of the Royal Canadian Legion. Supporting ihc skip are Mrs. Lucinda Luchia, third; Harley Brady, second; and Mrs. Evelyn Brady. The Les Smilh rink won the tail end prize. Aid retarded children TABER (HNS) The Auc- tioneer's Association of Alber- ta will hold its public auction sale, in support of Hie retard- ed children's association, at the former Taber Hardware build- ing, 49th St., Wednesday, Feb. 1G. Taber Kiwanis Club and Prairie Livestock Ltd. are co- operating in the sale promo- tion. Building pernul fee reduced TABER (HNS) A revised schedule of building permit fees lias been approved by town council. Bylaw amendments will be prepared by secretary-treas- ure T. M. Anton for implc- mentalirm al an meeling. Council had earlier requested industrial R. F. Gibb lo brniR in a recommen- dation for Ihe amendment. It was further revised after sonic discussion. Coutis VCW sends doilies lo hospikil COU'lTS (HNS) Coutis United Church mel in Ihc church recreation hall with 14 members present. Mrs. Ilarvie and Mrs. Ford will be Ihe leaders for Ihe devotionals for the year. For this meeting I heir Ihemc was ''Ime fellowship" with ;'.ll members taking part. Mrs. Coover, for church and society, will continue lo colled good used clothing. This monlh a box of clothing will ire lo the AlbcTla School Hospital, Red Deer. The annual Hireling of Ihe South Albcrla F'resbyleral UCW will be held al McKillop Unilccl Church. Fell. 17. The was asked lo serve afternoon and evening coffee (luring the M i s s i o n Festival sponsored by the AOTS club, ft is lw.inp held in Ibc Coufls Uni- ted Church Fell This is open lo all who julereslcd. Alherl n[ Coaldalo ami u'ill llckels are from AOTS members. Invite MLA CLARKSIIOLM It was moved bv Councillor maker thai ML.A IjeiglUon Buck- xvcll he invited lo attend the1 council meeting of Feb. 1-1, al 7. .10 p.m. Present building permit, fees arc S2 per SI ,000 of building costs. The revised schedule is S2 i o[ building costs j from SJOO lo plus per I Si.000 of costs from S30.000 to IS250.WO, plus ,V) cents per 100t> lor all cosls above Ihe figure. Building permits f o. e s charged by Ihc cities of belli- j bridge and Medicine Hal were considered in the revision. 'Die new rain is more favorable to larger construction projects than Ihc fees of either of the cities. FCP.S are to be paid on con- struction including mate- rials and labor. Do-it-yourself builders must include costs of labor as if the work was done by a con Ira c- They will pick up donated ilcms if notified by phone. Percival, the Pig, lias been purchased by Ihe hog pro- ducers' association for re-sale, having garnered some S400 for the association thus far. The sale commences ai 1 p.m. Public works gels new truck Plant wild birds FORT MACLEOD (Special) fort Maeleod Fish and Game Association has pur- chased III) wild turkeys from Herman Lowen turkey farm and hopes to plant them on Iho proposed park site. Heading the club for the third consecutive year is Ju- lius Moltzahn. Other officers: Terms Van Tol, vice-president; Bert King- ston, vice-president; Peter Mc- TavLsh, secretary. Harvey Dersch, big game; Bovcl Loysl, bird; Joe Tarncss, lish; Pat li-opliies: Ted Skene. farniPi-- hunlcr relations: Ken lledley, policy chairman; Red Ren- frew, community park project. Other chairmen: Mrs. ma VanTol, Ireasurer; Mrs. Lynn Wollman, membership: Hcrry Chapman, Jr., junior conservation. fridny, February II, 197J THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD TARER (HNS) Town council has approved renewal of membership in Ihc Associa- tion of Urban Municipalities at pins 500 for casual legal advice. j Council accepted the lender of Chinook Service for the sup- ply of a light service truck (Dai-sun) at a p r i c e of The new truck will used by the public works department. The larger unit will be retain- ed for shop uce. j Council received a report of one fire in Taber during ,Ian- 1 uary with none in the MD, along willi three ambulance calls in loun and five in the IMD. HEADS Chapter 90. Order of (lie Eastern Slar, recently iii- slallcd Mrs. William Webber worlliv matron. Mrs. Dairy jn-cscnlrrt a bouquet of flowers fro in Perfection C'haplvr In Mrs. Webber. There was a pledge of loy- District News Classes set CARDSTOX- Pre-natal classes will start at p.m Monday, Feb. 14. at the Lee Creek Educational Centre here. It is sponsored by the Card- ston chapter of the Albcrla As- sociation of Registered Nurses Information may be obtained j from Rose Aldndgo, telephone or or from Ihc attending physician. Quality hogs TABER (HNS) I log Producers Market ine Board general manager Dr. Bruce Jeff erics and industrial promoter Fernando L. Ricafor will meet at Tabcr'K agricul- lural farm information course al Ihr. Community Com re an rtilorinm T 11 r s d a y [orninan, j Feb. 15. Aluug with local hoc pin I diiror Tom Afldv Ihr-y be I discussing the produclion ol I (jualily hops. Dcpuly minister of agricul- j lure Dr. Glen Purnell will dis- cuss the future of Ihe Albcrla i family farm An expose of the impact o[ new income lax legislation on farm economy will be guen by a local accountant Lee Mills. Uniform parley CDAMJALE U1NS) The public is inviicd lo attend Ihr ncxl Hireling nf the Reach1- made local. It will be held al p.m. Monday. Feb. 14, in Ihr Ready- made School. Cal Rraudley. legal advisor (be provincial dcpnrtim-nl i j of apricullurc. will speak on I the new l.unc'li M ill b'1 served I j Flocks seen In the early liJGO.s birds were introduced into the Cypress While statistics arc not avail- able, there are known flocks in the south. Seme arc in Ihe Gap area, west of Foil Madcod. I Thank club CLARFSIIOLM 11 was moved by Councillor Ix1 Gran- deur thai a Idler of apprecia- tion bo fonvarded In the Ro- tary Club of Chireshohn for (onlrihulion of tdwaj'ds the deficit of Ihc Summer Games last Area permits Water course PICTURE BUTTE Ray- mond Brown and Morris Sosick, both tov.n employees, recently attended a week long mnniti- pal water course at Ednioiiton. Sfeno hired CLARJiSIlOL.Al It was by Councillo; Le Gran- deur that Mrs. Patricia ho cnurgrrl as stenographer for Ihe RC'SlP at a salary of S32') per men Hi commcncmg March AfJend parley I'KTniE IHTTK Mnvor riimnik and EMO ro-or- Krimnnion. School for handicapped silc plans arc awaited TOUT .MACLKOI) (Sp-cial' Krank Snmmerville, ropional wildlife gave a history i allempls lo raise mid lur- keys in Albcrla. CHANRKOOK iSprrinl) Ijloclnral (irca bmldinc issued bv I be Bcrmnal Dislricl allcnded Ihc nf in lal ITCPII: Mrasuri's linrl "iSl for Iniildiiic. inn vine and rlniiciisliinp ,'ind plnin'ninc. Ksiimated loin I was lifKI Rural homr trend is slum n in miliTil and soulbcrn On- in the I Hi ix-rmils for tins uiMi lano. Ihe animal additional 2-12 foi summer col- snowfall varies from Hit lo 120 l.'igo.s and molel units. i 'Special! sile already in possession, a gift of the city "in Balmcnl j Park vicinity on ivih Ave.1. the j C'ranbi'iiok Hranch of Ihc Kool- rnay Society for the Handi- capped will nutline lo members plans, possibly this spring, for a permanent .1 u n i pe r Day School. Ilrcliminary e.slimale of has bci'ii set In provide n suitable sln.clure. II will in- clude a kitchen. New business TA1JKR (HNS) Council pranled Terry Anderson of Spring Coulee a business li- cence In operate a glass retail oiillel in I be former Tabor Hardware Building on AVC. Tlx? building is owned by Andy Andrews of I.ethbridpo. The business will supply and inslall pi ass in bnsinrs.s and aulomo- hilcs. Kiirolmnil of rr-larded at Ihr school at present is n adults, in workshop training, and riphl children, jilns twn parl-limr children in speech therapy. The sclinn] teacher supervisnr is Dr. Beatrice Aarron, with Mrs. Ilonry Main leadicr of the adulls. and each has an assis- tant, i Teaching is designed lo moot Ihe individual abilities of Ihosc enrolled. The society's annual mediup is Feb. II when for the yrar will be given, directors elected, and needs for this work ou'.liiH'd. HmldinR fund for the perman- ent quarters, after many years in Iho United Church hrll, stnnds nt Tncentives Acl application for is awailnic processing. An appeal is being issued lo ser- vice clubs to liolp cover Iho ro- maining cost. Under Acl regula- tions May ni compldion date is required. The soci- ety hopes, for an spring Marl. Zeller's SATURDAY SUPER MERCHANDISE ON SALE FRIDAY 6 TO 9 P.M. AND ALL DAY SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. AVERS MEN'S CREPE -10 Button Front -3 Butlon Cuff -Bell Sleeve EACH LADIES' LADIES' FASHION or Dress -Sues 5'; Io 9 -Assorted Slyles PAIR sizo lip or Plnin per package WESTINGHOUSE model -Automatic Fine Tuning year warranty -Walnul grain cabinet EACH TERRY KNIT -45 inches wide -Assorted patterns -Printed Reg. yard 4.44 YARD 3.44 SHAG -9'xl2' -100% nylon viscose -Reg. 89.96 EACH GIRLS' -Sizes 8 to 14 Styles Reg. 4.99 PAiR BOYS' Stretchy Nylon 2 to 6x Reg. 3.99 PAIR LADIES' SKI JACKETS -Assorted Colors -Siies S-M-L EACH .94 BOXED CHOCOLATES for Valentine's Day -2'-z-lb. box and Chuckles EACH TRUCKLOAD SAIE 2-PIECE CHESTERFIELD in SET PER MONTH 1. ONE SIZE PANTY HOSE -Novy, While, Inupp Mocha -Intrigue 3 Pair DARE'S -2-lb, bag -Ju Jubes, Jelly Becms Orange Lemon Slices Or Fudge Squares EACH Vinyl upholstered -AsiorlcH colon SUPER SHELL MOTOR Multicjradc 5W-30W Case of 24 tins. Tor Quart WINS MOOSE TROPHY Gnino As.sociolion's moose li .scene wns 158'.i. Dennis DcBocr Iffl. iccrivrs Iho Tori Maclrod Fish and iophy Irani cluh liophy choiiman Pol Wliorlon. DoBooi s Joon Swihml Pliolo Zeiler jg i i f s- I a Locnlcd in llm South Open Daily 9 a.m. Io 6 p.r Let lib ridge Shopping Cm I re on Mayor Mngroth Drivo i.; Thursday and Friclny 9 n.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 37H-817I ;