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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -ft JfTKBClDCI Hilt 16 _ 5 Foremost Theatrical Society Alberta Wheat Pool scholarships enlarged; charter members Robinson, Bougerolle honored Brigadoon is coming FOREMOST (Special) i Society undertaken this Rehearsals are under way for j major production. the spring production of the of Lhe musica! Erigadoon. indicated it wiii prob- Tne Foremost Theatrics! I ably be staged a; the end of March. Practice night for the cast is Thursday, at 8 o'clock. Re- hearsals are held in the Fo-e- ir.os: Com-Tiiiajry Hall. The Chorjs is e. presm: uader and anyone ested h this, or any other as- pec; of the production mav a'.iend rehearsais or contact director Alyce Butieraick. The group performed FirJari's Rainbow in '3T2. COVTLEY CHNSl Wheat Arnold ToUefsoo, local agent, Pool N'isM at the Cowley Com- highly commeDded. raunity Hall saw delegates Mr. FlemiDg showed a film warmly welcomed by Milo about Alberta and the many Fleming, public relations offi-! forms of winter recreation. cer for the Alberta Pool.; Nyck Dyck summarized Nick Dyck local delegate re-: achievements in the past year. ported briefly on the 1971-72 op-' He paid special attention to err.tions. This year the Alberta Wteat Pool celebrate, its Sffih year of flf CLllllC Taber bylaw upheld TABER (HNS1 Taber's early closing bylaw was upheld in Le'hbridze oixric: court when Judge L S dis- missed an appeal by the Taber Five Cents to 51 Store (Sted- man's) against a cccvictioa late In 1972. Tne store had been charged Kith failing to close ils doors 6 p.m. SEturdcy? and to re- main closed. The store had remained open until 9 p.m. Nov. 14. Provincial Judge L. Hud- ftra fmrai :r.e firm pjilty of con- travening tie taTing i fire oi 515 and costs. The judge- ment B-as aprei'ed. open 5 days RAYMOND (HNS) Tne new year has inhered in a change of hours at the Raymond JIagratii Medical Clinic. In future the clinic office will to; be open Saturdays. There will be rooming and af- ternoon hours five days a reek. A doctor will be on call seven days a week. He may be con- tacted through Lhe Raymond Municipal Hospital during off- bours. FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD Program books COUTTS (HN51 Eleven members of the Ooutts United Church Women met at the home of Mrs. Euncie Mjcor re- cently and discussed sugges- tions for new program books. The committee will meet at the home of Mrs. Hacke to plan prepare these books and have them ready for the Feb- ruary meetine. Mr? Mrs. V. Ford will again be responsible for the Tne annual meeting of the CouKs United Church will be held Sunday. Jan. 2i. the regular church service. Mrs. Minnie Mellafon: screed to be treasurer. Tne committee reported sending get-well cards to people in tbe community. charges in the Income tax act and how to calcula'e tases. The new freight rale: record number of bushels of grain hsn-: died: Increase hi chemicals and fertilizer production and sales: and the unnecessary of shipping grain rdiject lo dock-1 age were mentioned and iUus- j traied wiLh slides. Enlarging of the number at Wheat Pool bursaries, a fea- ture for some time, to coUegei and agricultural schools In Al- berts, was r.Ksd. Scholarships are now available at Lhe two in- titutes of technology, NATT and S.ATT. Kirkliaru Dairy RAYMOND i HNS! A well krowa Raymond business, the Kirkbam Dairy, has closed. Tne dairy herd has been sold due to ill health of Joseph Kirkham. owner and operaair of the business. Mr. Kirkham is now in a Calgary hospital The sale leaves Raymond without a hometown dairy busi- ness. There is e local house de- Ihiery of dairy products from produce shiDped in'.o Raymond Two recent resolutions, one about adjusted prices for bar- ley to compare with wheat, the o'.her to have board control of rapeseed, were discussed. Special features of the 50th a r e in process of production. A song. has been released. A film wiU be released in early April. The Alberta Wheat Pool be- gan in 1K13. .An elevator began operation here m 1929. Honor is being paid to charter members Two reside in Lhe Cov-'ley area. William Robinson and Albert Bougerolle. ordered bv Beckie Back heart fund RAYMOND (HNS) Mayor Robert Graham and council; have granted permission to the i Alberta Mean Foundation to: canvass tbe town for funds to assist in heart research work. TABER Dr. Mr. Kesney was killed fc- Permission was granted fol-. Gerald V. Beckie of Taber has sianily in a two-car coUision lowbg application by the so- ordered an uiques; t h e ihree miles wesi of here. rK-e.ii death or. Highway 3 The canvass will be carried Brian Delcss Kenney. 26. out during February. Lethbridge. of Date of me inquest has DO: o: been sei. Dr. Bec'rie expects it i be iri raid-February. Land available T.iBER 'HNS i I'nufed Iscd on sidas r: ;he CP Rai! here i> bsins rr.sde available for industrial or commercial use. Realty Co.. prop- erty msaarers fo- CPR. has ad- the ;he land between Highway 3 and the raj fce. ami unused land behveen the rails and 47tn can be ob- tsbed b> dcve'.opers by contact- ing that More detail are available at the town's administration of- Ifice. COBY'S LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR for plus LADIES' AND TEENS' Buy one dress or one pant suit at the regular marked price in Ihe Ladies' end Teens' Wear Dept. and receive one other item of equal value er less (including children's wear ilem and lingerie) FOR ONLY GIRLS' DRESSES !i OFF CHILDREN'S WEAR CLEARING RACK to !i OFF COBY'S LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR 322 13lh ST. N. PHONE 327-5687 LEO SINGER'S 15th ANNUAL SENSATIONAL STORE-WIDE THE SALE ALL SOUTH ALBERTA WAITS FOR CONTINUES! DOUBLE KNIT, FORTRELS and PURE WOOLS Brcken Lines and Sizes Our largest stock ever is slashed for this great slcrewide event. Nothing brought in our regulcr quality brand name merchandise backed by our usual policy of Complete Satisfaction and Guarantee. The savings are the greatest ever the quality is the flnesl Shop early for Best Selection. BOYS' SHOES to Clear 1.99 MEN'S DRESS SHOES Reg. to 35.00 MEN'S WINTER BOOTS Reg. to 22.50 ft.98 BOYS' DRESS SHIRTS Reg. 5.50 ,99 MEN'S Reg. 1.50 5 -SHIRTS STRIPES, WOOL PULLOVERS Necks Pullovers Reg. to to 27.50 f, BOYS' PANTS FLARE CORD SOCKS Reg. 1.75 72 to 17.95 11.95 MEN'S ALL Sy Famous Canadian to A qq HE EVE VO DRESS JACKETS Boken to to FILLED Reg. to NEW SPRING ARRIVALS INCLUDED IN OUR SALE PRICES. Singer Men's Boys OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. 214 Slh Street S. Phone 327-3958 ;