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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Passwords Hockey win to Bellevnc BELLEVUE (CNP Bellevue Buffaloes downed Ihe Fort Macleod Broncs 9-8 in a Foothills Hockey League game in Fort Macleod this week. Highlights of the game came at 12.04 of the first period when Larry Itoxjk, Bellevue goalie received a game misconduct and since the Buffs had no sec- Social evening TURIN (HNS) A social evening and dance will be held Saturday, March 4 at the Sun- dial Community Centre. Lunch and refreshments will be served. ond goalie available coach Al Baird put on an extra forward for the remaining eight min- utes. The .score in the first period ended 3-2 for BeJI'cvue. For- ward Dr. J. Irwin donned the pads for the next two periods for the Buffaloes. Scoring for Bellevue were Lloyd Pawluk who tallied four goals with Pin- key MacDonald and Andy Kon- no blinking the red light twice each and Chick Dambois bring- ing up the rMTith goal. Scoring for the Broncs were A. Mauro chalked up two goals with singles going to 0. Malinsky, D. Bortnwick. L. Botta- D. Wessman, N. Horn- berger and B. Cooper. LEAP YEAR 40 PAIR ONLY LEE AND LEVIS CORDUROY CASUALS Sto-presi, seme flares (U.S made) ROB. 12.95. SPECIAL MALE AND GASLIGHT BLUE JEANS Boll Bottom! (U.S. Mode) Rog. 10.00. SPECIAL WRANGLER PRE-SHRUNK 4.72 CASUALS Made In U.S.A.Fancy stripes and checVi Siiei 30.40. Reg. 11.95. SPECIAL LEVIS CARTOON PANTS Pottery Price 11.95. SPECIAL 100 ONLY WRANGLER PILE LINED DENIM JACKETS Sizes 38 to 46, blue or tan. U.S. madV Rtg. H.95. SPECIAL 75 ONLY WRANGLER UNIINED DENIM JACKETS Sizes 36 to 46. Reg. 11.95. SPECIAt 872 f fc !2 .72 WE CARRY OVER 8000 PAIRS OF SLACKS and JEANS BY LEE, LEVIS AND WRANGLER Plus the LARGEST Stock of Western Wear in Southern Alberta OPEN MONDAYS THURS. AND FRI. UNTIL 9 P.M. Grain Taken In Trade For Merchandise 308 5th Street S. Phone 328-4726 CHARGEX CARDS ACCEPTED District doings Penalty waived TAKER (HNS) A penalty added to Taber Hous- ing Authority's unpaid 1971 taxes on Dec. 31 has been waived. Authority manager Larry Flexliaug requested waiver of the penalty because the board of directors was then disorgan- ized with no signing authority. By government policy, taxes are paid to municipal authori- ties on or near the last day of the year. Eagles meet NATAL (HNS) The Frater- nal Order of Eagles met at the home of secretary J. K. Mitch- ell at Sparwood recently. It was called to meet the FOE Grand Aerie representative Wilt Salewski of Trail, B.C., who was making his initial 1 visit to meet members of Mi- chel Aerie and at the same time making visits to the East Kootenay, namely Cranbrook, Kimberley and Creston. Mr. Salewski spoke on the newlyformed Golden Eagle j Fund and how Eagles can help the senior citizens in their com- munity, j He is a veteran member of the Trail Aerie. j No borrowing i TABER (HNS) The Taber MD will not undertake any capital works borrowing this year. The MD had just received JLs supplementary b o r rowing of to complete payments for the Barnwell water and sewer systems installed during the past two seasons. 'iv' .Saturday, February 26, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 'All joy prayer theme be yours' PIN'CIIKK CREEK (.Special I: reproientalives in the service, i Day of Prayer will provide for The Women's World Dav of theme will be "All a variety of ecumenical pro- Prayer will lx> held Kriday, Be jocks around the world incltid- The original service was pro j ing literacy, relief and out- Mii-ch J. at 2: JO p.m. in the i IniU'd Church of Pincher of women in various European All women arc inviled in at- deck. i countries, east and west tci.d. Lunch will be served Ten congregations will have i The offering from the World after tire service. WINS TROPHY Lois tyon led the way to the Superior Propane Trophy in the recent women's bonspiel a! Nobleford. Her rink tallied 20 of a possible 28 points to top the 10-rink contest. The rink includes Spencer, third; ond front, from left, tucille Barby, second; and lead Lorno Erickson. Lucinda Luchia's rink tallied 19 points. Jean Anderson's curlers tallied 18. Betty-Ann Turner won the "good sports" award. I'm voting for Ken Hurlburt because I feel he is the best man for the job. Please show up at the Progressive Con- servative nominating meeting Monday, February 28 and vote for the man of your choice so you will be sure the best man gets in. DON KIRKHAM 308 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 Special education classes are evaluated bv teachers TABER (HNS I Three spe- cial education classes in the Taber school division are being evaluated by teachers and ad- j ministratcrs of the schools in- j volvcd. j These were set up last Sep-: tember at the Centra] Blemen- tary School and W. R. Myers High School here and in the Vauxhall Elementary School. Children who have learning difficulty are helped. Teachers are evaluating pro- gress and program develop- ment: parents are requested lo compleie a questionnaire for suggestions on the program: and personnel from the depart- ment of education will visit the classes to assess the program. A report will be presented to the school board following the exercise. CONESTOGA MOTOR HOME 1502 2nd AVE. S. by LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. McDONELL MANUFACTURING THE MOST COMPACT MOTOR HOME ON THE MARKET TODAY. 22 ond 24 ft. capacity Motor Homes with twin or double beds THE smoothest riding Motor Home made today THE Home with the leaEl noise inside while travelling THE only Motor Home available today with the riding quality of a large automobile THE Manner of construction of the 22 ft. capacity motor Home with recessed bumpers is the only Motor Home known today with twin gaucho beds and gaucho dinette that can be lawfully parked at a parking meter of any city THIS Motor Home has more upper cupboard ond stor- age space than most other makes CALL at our factory and see for yourself, check the construction ond make comparisons Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPIEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Ave. 5. Phone 328-5447 327-1443 Res. 345-3144 306 9th St. S. 50LINA MODEL TL with Rythmix. This Rythmix hos 16 different rhythm sections, and fits on oil Eminent and Solina organs. SPECIAL SOLINA MODEL SL27 with 27 note pedalboard. SPECIAL We also have models Cj and UP AU PARTS AVAILABLE GUARANTEED SERVICE RELIANCE 3 Bedroom almost completed Attroctivo fomily home Carpeted Living Room and Master Bedroom dinfl kitchen duality conn Finn finishing Ihroucjhovit INVESTIGATE 3813 GLACIER AVENUE Price _ Own Payment n Monthly Payments 300 j. Approx 197 F.I.T. 3817 GLACIER AVENUE Also 3 bedroom 1017 iq. ft. MORTGAGES BW, EACH Price Down Payment Monthly Payments Approx 199 P.I.T. BOTH READY FOR OCCUPANCY Quality Homes by BOYCHUK CONSTRUCTION SHOWHOME PHONE 328-0824 SHOW HOMES OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, FEB. 26 AND 27 2 TO 8 P.M. 1 m your Home Service Salesman TO PROVIDE BETTER SERVICE WE ARE CHANGING OUR TELEPHONE NUMBER TO Iffecfive March 1, 1972 OWNED BY CANADIANS H30 INCLUDES TRANSPORTATION AND ACCOMODATION LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS CONTACT STEVE KOTCH at NORTHERN BUS LINES BOOK NOW AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT I-MARCH26 PHONE 327-3536 ;