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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SUGAR QUEEN CANDIDATES - Premier Harry Strom will crown one of these girlt Taber Sugar Queen tonight after the Taber Chamber of Commerce annual banquet. They are, from left: Mist Deborah Stimson of the Taber Figure Skating Club; Miss Dianne Powell for the Taber-Barnwell Beet Growers; Miss Laurie Jensen representing the Taber Kiwanis Club; Mrs. Merle Jespersen for the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority; Miss Darlene Perini for the Taber lions and Miss Judy Brezpvski for the W. R, Myers High School students' union. The winner receives a trip to Vancouver and use of a new car for one year. Michelson returns to B.C. STIRLING (HNS) - Const. Bruce Michelson of the RCMP has just returned to his post at Port Alberni, B.C., after a three week vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Dan Michelson of Stirling. Const. Michelson has been in the force for two years. He had a car accident last June, breaking his leg above the knee and at the ankle. He returned to duty after a five-month stay in the Veteran's Hospital, Victoria. Two brothers are on the Leth bridge city police force. Ralph Michelson is an inspector while Glen Michelson is a sergeant detective. His cousin, Morris Michelson, is a sergeant in the RCMP in Ottawa. These men are all Stir ling native sons. Provisional budget wins OK CRANBROOK (Special) -Cranbrook city provisional budget for 1971 has been approved by the 1971 council at $3,069,305 covering general pur poses, school and hospital requirements and debt charges. City treasurer Bland Hoover is now completing the 1970 ac- Down to defeat NATAL (HNS) - Sparwood Senior High School basketball teams had little success while participating in a recent tournament held at the Crowsnest Consolidated High School auditorium at Coleman. Sparwood senior girls went down to a 53-15 defeat to Fort MacLeod. They were also defeated by Lundbreck senior girls by 34-18. Sparwood senior boys also lost their first game. They were eliminated by Lundbreck senior boys 49-17. counting in the actual 1970 bud-1 get of $2,879,666. Though the 1971 provisional budget is not substantially up from actual budget for the past year, it represents an alteration of revenue sources. This This will be the initial complete year in which B.C. Hydro operates the city electrical system. Actual budget details for the various departments' and services which will determine the 1971 mill rate are not complete until I'ay when the rate is struck for June 30 payment deadline. Approval was given to an ap-plica t i o n for federal loan money now available for public works at low interest through the provincial government. Amount applied for includes $125,000 as the city's share of the $285,000 improvements of the quarter - mile of north Van Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS -:- CIRCULATION -:- JOB PRINTING Vernon D.coux, Resident Rep., Blalrmore - Phone 562-2149 $8,000 for park NATAL (HNS) - L. J. Wallace, general chairman of the British Columbia Centennial '71 Committee, announces that $8,000 has been allotted to a recreati m parte for Sparwood Home an approved arterial highway between Baker intersection and North 4th St. to Cranbrook St. The rest of the application includes $98,000 for orderly extension of storm sewers, sanitary sewers and water mains in this rapidly growing community. Loan retirement would be from revenue over a five-year period. New semester STIRLING (HNS) - Stirling High School principal Joseph Stevensen has announced the second semester will begin Feb. 1 The present semester ends Jan. 29. Final examinations will start Monday, Jan. 25. 'Pass backs nursing home Brandley speaks STIRLING (HNS) - Cal Brandley, district agriculturist for Lethbridge, spoke about the snowmobile act and the farm implement act at a recent meeting of the Stirling Lions Club. Ladits Night is scheduled to be held Feb. 1. BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - All Crowsnest Pass communities give 100 per cent support to promoting a nursing home for the area. About 30 persons attended a recent meeting when a nursing home board was formed. It will comprise John Ulrich, Blairmore; Mel Cornett, Coleman; Godfrey Hunger, Belle-vue; Wilf Milburn, Frank; Arthur Amphlett, Hillcrest Improvement District 5 Ward 2; Barnie Robutka, Gast Coleman ID 5 Ward 1 and Ernie Luini of Blairmore, secretary treasurer. Present at the meeting were Lou Protti, hospital services secretary, department health, Edmonton, and Charles Drain, MLA. The unit being considered for the Crowsnest Pass would be a 30-bed home. It may be built adjacent to and connected with the Crowsnest Pass Municipal Hospital so that facilities at the hospital could be utilized. A brief will be presented to James Henderson, minister of health. Welcome to Heidelberg The sparkling new beer from Carting. Cool brewed from the choicest hops and malt and pure Rocky Mountain spring water. Minor hockey involves 600 Jan. 24-30 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - Minor Hockey Week in the Crowsnest Pass will get under way in the Bellevue arena Sunday, Jan. 24. Games will commence at 8 a.m. and continue through the day. The following weekend, Jan. 30, games will be held in the Blairmore arena and Sunday Minor Hockey Week will conclude in the Coleman arena. Parents and citizens in Crowsnest Pass towns are urged to attend the games and boost the egos of 600 young players. Plan laundromat NATAL (HNS) - A 16 washer laundromat is planned for Sparwood in a building owned by Leon Henriet. Operators of the laundromat will be Fraser McKie and Robert Bishop. Fieger, Davis welcomed to rec board FORT MACLEOD (Spedal)-New members Iggy Fieger and Al Davis were welcomed at the recent meeting of the recreation board. They succeed Rev. George Peters and Lawrence Bourassa. Mrs. Elsie Milne was named board chairman, succeeding Frank Eden. The meeting recommended I the Southern Alberta recreation Area hire sports instructors for | the summer months. The meeting recommended the 1971 spring workshop be held in either Calgary or Banff and that two board members be authorized to attend. Concerning reciprocal use of | town-school facilities, a committee was set up to attempt to I work out a proposed formula. The Clare sholm recreation department has done considerable research into this phase of recreation. Leo Bourassa reported the department of Indian affairs had approached him regarding ice rental permission for a proposed Junior A hockey team. The matter will be discussed further. MOWERS and TILLERS FROM MOTOR MOWER 817 3rd AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 327-2669 Welcome to Heidelberg Beer. A bright sparkling beer brewed from pure natural Rocky Mountain spring water. The finest golden barley malt. And the choicest British Columbia and high prime Hallertau hops. Heidelberg Beer is cool brewed, for your enjoyment, by the brewmaster at Carling who carries on a tradition of skill and craftsmanship of over, 130 years in Canadian brewing. Heidelberg Beer is so bright, so lively and so brimful of flavor it brings a fresh new feeling to your drinking pleasure. Give a welcome to a cold glass of Heidelberg today. It's a welcome that never wears out because every Heidelberg is as crisp and as satisfying as the first The sparkling new beer in the distinctive keg bottle. EE SIMPSONS-SEARS CORRECTION The Bar Stools advertised on Page 31 of our Home Furnishings section in Wednesday's Herald was illustrated incorrectly. The stool shown was our more expensive model and not the 6.99 stool which was described. We regret any inconvenience caused by this error! JANUARY FOOD SPECTACULAR at A ICR Price* effective until doting, Saturday, Jan. 23rd CANADA GRADE "A" FRYING CHICKEN 3-4 lb. average TAfeLE RITE ftED BRAND Round Steak ,cu7s?^cl"": �,. 99" NABOB COFFEE 5c OFF, Mb. bag ruin* 3IKMINCU UK 4UPIIUK Baby Fowl ^7^14."49' HIINZ STRAINED OR JUNIOR Excluding Meats I. oz. tint Brown Beans 14-fl. oz. tins � for 99 ZIE ASST. OR WHITI mm* Tissue.................4 roh pack 55* ROY-Al jyj Lunch Meat . 12-oz. tins O f�r I ,.. 12-oz. tins YORK APPLE JUICE 48-fl. oz. tins 20-fl. oz. bottle 49* ..... 5-lb. box \ hTTRY Ketchup KING SIZE Tide CATEUI Macaroni Dinners 7pkg, \ 5* CANADA FANCY APPLES MoclNTOSH, SPARTAN OR DELICIOUS 4-1 b. bag CANADA NO. 1 MEXICAN Tomatoes v'm*"mi.........n, 39* WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;