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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Junt 23, 1973 THE UTHBKIDGE HMALB 3 District News In Brief CONSTRUCTION TABER (HNS) Taber's Heritage Motor Inn, on which construction is to start during the last week of June, is sched- uled for completion for an Oc- tober opening. Developer Nor- man A. Long has announced the make-up of the partnership undertaking the half-million dol- lar development. With him are Richard and Stan Kanegawa and Joseph Claermont of Vaux- hall, and Cyril J. Brown of Calgary. Mr. Brown will be- David Takahashi Mr. David Yoshio Taka- hashi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hirokichi Takahashi of Coal- dale, Alberta, recently receiv- ed his Doctor of Chiropractics from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toron- to. Future plans include a practice in Edmonton. come the manager of the motor hotel. FAREWELL NEW DAYTON United Church congregation was invited to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ross recently for a pot-luck supper and social. Elton Duell, on behalf of the congregation, presented Rev. and Mrs. Graham Dickie and family with a farewell gift of a table lamp. They are mov- ing to Medicine Hat in July. Rev. Charles Vickerson from the Montreal-Ottawa Presby- tery will be taking over this charge. REJECTED TABER (HNS) A STEP program proposed by the MD of Taber on behalf of local pre- ventive social services has been rejected by the Alberta Depart- ment of Manpower and Labor. The program would have em- ployed six people for three months at an estimated cost of in surveying the physical and social needs of the aged and handicapped in the munici- pal district area. ESSAY WINNER TABER (HNS) A student Of Mrs. Elizabeth Russell's Grade 5 class, Taber Central School, has been a winner in the farm safety essay contest during each of the past 10 years. This year's winner in the Taber school division in the grade five and six competition is Brenda Anderson. Division winner in the grade 7 and 8 competition was Peter Kusa- lik, Grassy Lake who attended Chamberlain school. Cynthia Bright is the Grade 8 teacher. Warner Jolly Janes hold strawberry tea WARNER (HNS) The War- ner Jolly Janes Girls' Club held their annual strawberry tea and achievement day recently when they entertained their mothers, grandmothers, senior W.I. members and guests. The handicraft project, short stories, poems and art compe- titions were all on display. The first and second place winners in the public speaking competitions were heard. Seniors Wendy Heppler, Pamela Heppler, Intermediates Debbie Nil- sson, Noreen Heppler, Juniors Connie Nilsson, Shannon Biggers. Pauline Troidl, president of the Warner W.I. presented spoons to Carol Gray, Susan Gray, April Warburton, Shan- non Biggers, Connie Nilsson for three year memberships and to Marcy Pittman and Wendy Heppler for six years. A replica of the public speak- ing cup was presented to Deb- bie Nilsson for winning the in- termediate public speaking competition at the District 4 conference held in Champion in April. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING oecoux. Resident Sep., Phone 562-2149 The Utltbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TRUNBUU............655-2332 IRON SPRINGS MRS. E. G. SORGARD...............738-4460 LOMOND MRS. LEONARD CHASE 792-3646 MAGRATH MRS. DOUG MARKER 758-6555 MEDICINE HAT MEDICINE HAT NEWS 527-1101 MILK RIVER GLENN LEE........................... 647-3538 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising Rodeo organizer Grant Hall of Raymond Irmgard Posselt holds up one of her hand woven, spun and dyed wall hangings in> her Prince George, B.C. home. A fabric and wallpaper designer in Germany, she took a spinning and weaving course in North Vancouver and has been designing and weav- ing wall hangings that sell at each. (CP Photo) Raymond residents take rodeo seriously Non-prescription drug store opens Noreen Heppler, Karen Mur- ray, April Warburton and Wen- dy Heppler were chosen to go to the provincial conference in Olds in July. Pamela Heppler, District 4 director will also tend the provincial conference. TABER (HNS) Taber's third drug store, the first to handle no prescription drugs, has opened at 5311 48th Ave- nue in the former Pat's Groce- teria building. White Cross Drugs is a dis- count centre. The Taber store is one of 12 in the prairie chain, and the fourth not in the pres- cription business. Scott Puttick, formerly assis- tant manager of the Calgary store, is the local manager, and Barbara Grieser is cashier. Other stores are located at Regina, Moose Jaw, Prince Al- bert, Lloydminster, Melville, Yorkton and Estevan in Sas- katchewan, Brandon in Manito- ba, and Calgary and Edmonton in Alberta. Linda Uhryn showered at Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) A com- munity shower in honor of nee Linda Uhryn, now Mrs. Walter Lundon, waj held recently at the home of Mrs. Len Schiebner in Coaldale. The honored bride-elect was assisted in opening the many lovely gifts by her sister, Marie Uhryn. Mrs. Alex Uhryn, aunt of the bride-elect recorded the gifts. The wedding took place in the Coaldale United Church and reception in the Coaldale Sportsplex. RAYMOND (HNS) Out Raymond way the people take their stampede seriously! Long before the annual stampede race celebration moves off to a start long hours of organiza- tion and hard work has gone into making the big day a suc- cess. The first step after the tag- ends of the annual celebration July 1 each year is cleared away, the new organization for next years celebration is form- ed. The president, executive and directors are elected at an open meeting of the town people. Following the election of offi- cers first steps are taken to get the next years stampede and race meet on its way. JOCKEY Grant Hall heads-up the 1973 show which will be held July 2, as July 1 is a Sunday. The man elected as president for his fourth term of office got his start as a young lad on the race track guiding the horses around the track as a jockey. For some years he followed the racing circuit as a trainer before settling down to being a husband and father. Other members of the stam- pede race organization includes L. D- Watson, the man who for many years has kept his watch- ful eye on finances as trea- surer. The organization has a new secretary, Ceasar Coppieters Jr.; stampede manager, Ray Depew; vice president. Brent Jenson. The board of directors j are Alan Heggie, Lawrence Babb, Duke Helgerson and Ben Hughs. Reg Keesler will return as arena director. Mr. Keesler needs no introduction having run many successful shows in the Raymond area as well as arenas from Mexico to North- ern Canada. DID YOU KNOW That the Lodge Motel it now open with 42 units in operation? 7th Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drivt Phone 329-0100 THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT (PART 3) (Section 90 (4) NOTICE OF HEARING OF LIQUOR APPLICATION The following notice is published in accordance with the provisions of The Liquor Licensing Act: 1. The area comprising THE TOWN OF COALDALE BEING ALL OF THAT AREA WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE TOWN OF COALDALE has been designated as a local option area for the purposes of the above Act. 5. The Twenty-fifth day of July 1973, has been set as the date upon which the Board will consider applicationj for licenses under the above Act, unless prior to that date the Bocrd has received a petition signed by 500 electors of the above described local option area or 10 per cent of the number of persons named on the latest lists of electors for an election of a member or members to the Legislative Assembly from the area comprising the local option area, whichever is the lesser number, requesting that the Lieutenant Governor in Council submit to a vote of the electors of the local option area a question is respect of the class of license applied for. Dated at Edmonton, this Sixth day of June, 1973. A. D. ELLIOTT Chairman The Alberta Liquor Control Board NOTE: Petitions requesting a plebiscite vote must be on the official petition forms which may be obtained from The Alberta Liquor Control Board, 12360 142 Street, Edmonton, T5J 2R4, together with instructions for lubmission of a petition. JOE'S MOBILE HOMES sto? Home groups awarded school sale priority LEHBRIDCE F EQUIPMENT LTD 1263 SECOND AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRJDGE PHONE 327-3888 AGENTS FOR: J. I. CASE DAVID BROWN TRACTORS DUAL LOADERS AND NOW ANDERSON RODWEEDERS SEE THEM ON DISPLAY NOW DAVID BROWN TRACTORS TRACTOR FIELD DEMONSTRATION CASE 2470 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE CASE 1175 TWO WHEEL DRIVE See for yourself why 4 wheel steer-Power Shift and Personalized comfort is making the 2470 the tractor in your future! Location 4 miles south from Lethbridge Airport on Cardston Highway JUNE Time 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. LUNCH SERVED i special) At the June meeting of "the board of trustees ofPincher Creek School Divison No. 29 at- tention was given to a recent change in the School Act per- mitting the sale of capital items to public and community organizations. The board decided that when tenders are called in future, any community groups inter- ested in the item will be given priority to make the purchase. This would be done at the meet- ing when the tenders are open- ed. In making this decision, the board sought to give the res- idents of Pincher Creek and area the opportunity to benefit by the acquisition of the items for community use. The matter arose at this time in relation to the sales of used school buses. JUST RECEIVED! GARAGE SALE PINCHER CREEK The Sproule Unit of the UCW will hold a sale of any useful items from 1 to 4 p.m. Fri- day, June 15, in the garage lo- cated immediately west of the United Church Manse. Coffee and doughnuts will be served. More district on Page 8 We have Worth of New 7973 Units Now going at Savings of Up to WE GUARANTEE YOU A BETTER BUY! DOWN! MOVE RIGHT IN! 4 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD DEAl AT JOE'S 1. Quality. All units carry CSA al 2. Low terrtt financing 3. Low rate term; 4. We guarantee service and sat. isfaction after MOVE RIGHT IN NOW! The Beautiful New 24 ft. by 60 ft. 3 BEDROOM AQUARIUS By KNIGHT SCHMIDT INDUSTRIES Featuring new concepts, ideas and the very latest engineering methods. This beautiful new double wide provides luxurious surroundings that will provide a lifetime of elegant living you will be proud to share with your friends. Be sure to see this fine new unit now available at a lowest possible pricel We feature all The Fabulous Homes of KNIGHT SCHMIDT INDUSTRIES LTD. in Single and Double Wide Units See the all-new 24'x56' 3 bedroom with 2 bathrooms and many other fine features now on display! It's home fit for o king. Gracious wherever you go. Also The Incomparable Hornet by GENDALL In all from tht smallest right up to the largest. Singles from 12'x52' up to 14'x68' Another famous family has joined the team at Joe's! See the New MODULINE MOBILE HOMES Available in 14'x56' and I4'x68' Manufactured in Red Deer and now available al Joe's at lowest prices! YOU ALWAYS BUY FOR LESS AT JOE'S MOBILE HOMES LTD., WHERE OLD EXPERIENCE PAYS OFF FOR YOU! OPEN SUNDAY. 1 TO 5 P.M. JOE'S MOBILE HOMES LTD. Located at 1st Ave. and 32nd St. S. on Highway 3 East to Taber Phone 328-0166 or 328-0181 Days After Hours Phone 327-4006 or 327-2416 OPEN 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY SATURDAY 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. SUNDAY 1 P.M. to 5 P.M. ;