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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednndoy. February 17, THE lETHIKIDGf HIUID 3 OOH! THOSE LEGSI Edgar Friesen of the Sparwood Curlmg Club attracted many a second look in his Bermuda shorts. He is curling in the balmy atmosphere of the heated Blairmore arena. Mr. Freisen took part in the Blairmore Curling Club's mixed Valentine spiel. Vern Decoux Photo Bunny bonspiel BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The firm of Herb Olson of :dmonton is at the Blairmore Ice Centre this week sharpen- ing 32 pair of matched curling in preparation for the Bunny Bonspiel scheduled for April 8 to 11. The spiel will be played on 10 sheets of artificial ice. A so- cial evening and banquet will be held on the Saturday. Name Filewich COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Paul Filewich, well-known Coleman sportsman, was ap- pointed president of the Cole- man Fish and Game Associa- tion at a recent general meet- ing. Mr. Filewich replaces Dante Filafilo. 'Things in a mess' says Laing CLARESHOIM (HNS) The annual meeting of town rate payers will be held here March 23 and the question likely to highlight the meeting will be: "Are things in a Town councillor Bill La i n g said recently: "We don't have Hillsview Wl COOTTS (HNS) The Hills- view WI met recently at the home of Mrs. Domonic Bian- chi. The club will host a community bingo and pot-luck supper Feb. 27. Members received an invita- tion from the Whitlash, Mont., club to attend class with Dor- othy Galbys of the state exten- sion service. This will be on detergent pollution and fraudu- lent selling. It will be held Feb. 18. Mrs. A. Waters gave a dem- onstration on the making of pom pom cushions with color- ed wool using a frame. Ice Revue PINCHER CREEK (Special) The annual Ice Revue of the Pincher Creek Skating Club is set for Feb. 20 at 8 p.m. Some 100 young people will skate to music of the last 70 years. Show theme is "down mem- ory lane." Club professional. Mrs. Peg- gy Broen, and Miss Bonnie Hammond, Jr., are in charge. to worry things are in such a mess no one would1 want to take over from us." Municipal inspector J. D. Middlemass said here recently the town's finances "are in a very unfavorable position." He suggested to Mayor Ernie Patterson .that the mill rate should be increased by 18 mills to raise money for tie town's debts. Mayor Patterson told council that he had "agreed we must improve our cash position." The mayor said land sales hadn't been as lucrative as ex- pected earlier. "We Wave to tighten our belts and work for a he said. A letter from Finance Minis- ter A. 0. Aalborg said Clares- holm has incurred a consider- able debt from 19G1 to 1970, Mayor Patterson said "his- tory will record us as spend- thrifts." He added "we have doubled our population and need more money to pay for improve- ments." Council will ask to borrow an- other for the 1971 capi- tal works budget, for buildings, paving, streets and sidewalks. Mayor Patterson also said "we will be asked for for the proposed curling rink." Coun- cillors will meet with the arch- itects and engineers soon, he said. The town is trying to borrow more money from the Alberta Housing Corporation for lane development and a study is now under way to determine the needs. Passlwords TOP Moses of Edmonton, former- ly of Fort Macleod, holds trophies presented at the re- cent Fort Macleod Fish and Game annual awards night. He won first place in cut- throat lake trout, perch and eastern hrook trout. Blitz nets PINCHER CREEK (Special! Mrs. Doreen Bastien, cam paign chairman for the Hear Fund, reports the house-to- house blitz netted The business canvass raised The rural area has as yet tc report. Catholic young people again turned 'out in force to canvass CASCADE CAMPERS TRAILERS 1971 CASCADE MOTOR HOMES (Arriving Soon) AUTO AND TRAILER SAIES LTD. 20th 51. and 2nd Ave. 5. PHONE 327-2747 EDSON CAMPERS 8 ft. to 11 ft. 1971 SHELBY AND FRONTIER MOBILE HOMES 1971 CHRYSLER OUTBOARD MOTORS All sizes in stock NOW ,0% OVER WHOLESALE (INVOICE ON REQUEST) ONE WEEK ONLY All Cars Trucks Boats, etc. All Priced to Clear 1971 SKIPPER CAMPERS and TRAILERS I NEW 1970 MODEL 170 Equipped <2595 ONE WEEK ONLY 1 NEW '70 MODEL 175 Reg. Shower, etc. 4OQQC ONE WEEK ONLY Trophy night COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Coleman Fish and Game As- sociation has announced the annual Trophy Night and ban- quet will be held in the Cole- nan Elks Hall Saturday, March 6. The event will get under way with a buffet supper starting at 7 p.m. Wins 'A' event i BLAIRMORE (CNP The Blairmore Curling Club's annual Valentine Spiel wound up with the Chick Joughead rink of Coleman tak- ing first in the A event. Run- ners up were the Doug Morgan rink of Natal, the Lloyd Fili- mek rink of Blairmore and the Delki Peressini rink of Blair- more. Winner of the B event was the John Curry rink of HUlcrest. C event winner was the S. Wiwchar rink of Sparwood. Bake sale COLEMAN (CNP The Coleman Fish and Game Association is completing plans :his week for a bake sale to oe held in mid-March. FIRE SWEEPS TRAILER HOME The trailer home of Mrs. L. Vandeiande ond her seven children was completely destroyed by fire recently. Nothing was saved. The cili- j zens of Pincher Creek are rallying around the family and a depot hos been opened at the King Edword Hotel. Clothing, furniture, cash donations and anything o{ use will be gratefully recevied. The children range in age from two to 15._________________ Thieves enter homes CARDSTON Special l-Two homes in were entered recently and thieves made off with goods valued at more than Lester Lee reported a radio stolen during the- night from his living room. He and his wife were asleep in the bed- room. Beit Gibl) said his house was entered during his wife's absence. Jewelry and articles she had brought home from a recent trip to Japan were taken. Concert Thursday TABER (HNS) A concert will be held i band a the W. R. Myers High School au- ditorium Thursday evening, Feb. 13. It will begin at 8 p.m. Included in the program will be numbers by the Grades 7, 8 and 9 bands plus the music of two si The symphonic band will perform works by Strauss, Sousa, Nolst. Chopin, Wagner and Probe fire at Stirling STIRLING (HNS) Investi- gatio.- is being made into a fire in a vacant house owned by W. T. Card of Calgary. Volunteer fireman Larry Webster and friends noticed the fire. The blaze was ex- tinguished before much dam- age was done. It was apparent that wallpa- per had been torn loose and ignited. Coalhurst wins MONARCH (Special) I Basketball games were played between Coalhurst and Noble- ford with Coalhurst taking a boys double win: girls1 34-31; 57-32. June Bartz netted 11 points. Richard Grizak netted 38 points. ATTEND OPENING TRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Haney were recent Edmonton visitors where they attended the open- ing of the legislature. PINCHER CREEK (Special) The census for Pincher Creek shows an increase of 114 people from 1970. There were people in town as of Jan- uary 1971. A survey will be made in town to find out who is pay- ing business licence fees. The court of revision will be held Monday, March 8. Approval was given for op- eration of the Alberta Hotel Coffee Shop. Councillor Haigh will meet with Calgary Power in regards to a street lighting plan on Elk Ave. CRIMPLENE DRESS LENGTHS KRtSGE PRICE 2.99 5.74 Per Lengllt OUR R'EGULAR PRICE 7.97 Per Length THURS. FRL SAT. 1" yard wide.! 100% polyeslT knit fabrics. White, Lemon, Orange. Pink, Rose, Lilac, Lt. Blue, Turquoise, Bismark Blue, Navy, Green, Black. Nylon pant tops.are long sleeved. Navy.'. 10-18. GIRLS' STRETCH PANTS Nylon Oxford knits tea- KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE luring popular flared Jegs! Navy. Maize, Green, Pink. 7-14, PLASTIC GARBAGE CAN '20 sailor, capacity. 1.99 Guaranteed againsi splitting or cracking, Snap lock cover. THURS. fRl. SAT. WOMEN'S BRIEFS KRES 3 THURS. FRI. SAT. Rayon Acetates with elastic waists and legs! Assorted shades in S-M-L 1.93 7HUKS.FKI.SAr. HAND WOVEN RUG OUR REGULAR PRICE 2.44 THURS. FRl. SAT. 22' 136'! Aa-tate nylon irrylons rug has fringed ends. Smart mullc color stripes, PLASTIC WASTEBIN KRfSGE SPIT.IAL FRICt 1.99 Swing-top style! 30 quart- capacity1. Avocado or Tobacco Brown. PLASTIC GARBAGE BAGS dispenser KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE pack! 30 green x heavyduty bags with ties in each package, 7HURS. FKI.SAT, PANTI-HOSE Assorted colors, Sizes S.M.L. PAIR ONLY 50' LADIES' CRIMPKNIT SLIMS Sizes 8 to IS, Colors: rod, green .brown and navy. Regular 8.97 pair. SPECIAL, PAIR Limited Quantities! Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday Night! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED ;