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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuwday, March 4, 1971 - THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD ROBERDS' RINK WINS - The Harold Roberds rink recently won the Nobleford Royal Canadian Legion and Ladies Auxiliary Branch 257 Bonspiel. Ten rinks took part In the two-day contest. Left to right are Steve Stetar, third, Roberds, Les Davey, second, and Lori Farough, lead. -linda Luchia Photo Natal bucks renewal By NANCY MILES Special Correspondent FERNIE - Regional District of East Koofrinay administrator Frank Bertoia reports urban renewal site clearance of Middletown - Michel in Crows-nest Pass is virtually complete. The half  dozen holdout renters of the properties sold to RDEK are complying with eviction notices. These houses, the hotel and school are tine only structures remaining on the site, previously unorganized territory until inclusion in formation of Spar- wood Municipal District. Proceedings have been slower in the adjoining Natal area of the continuous' major highway ribbon development since it held village status prior to the municipal district formation. Forty to 50 property - owners in Natal have declined sale to RDEK as purchasing agent for the federal government toward consolidation of Natal - Middle-town - Michel into a single title. Expropriation proceedings have been started in about a dozen of these. Objective of completion of this unique urban renewal plan approved July 1, 1967, is completion by Dec. 31 of this year. Uniqueness is removal of developed community which has become air and water polluted environment, with replacement opportunity area prepared within the huge municipal district, most of which is still undeveloped. Original budget is $2,092,209, half paid federally, one - fourth provincially and the remainder by the municipal district and immediate RDEK electoral area, Elk Valley. Wrentham wins floor hockey tourney WRENTHAM (HNS) - Wrentham won all their games at the recent County of Warner north region floor hockey tournament here. Boys and girls of Grades S and 6 from Warner, Wrentham and New Dayton competed. Grade 6 boys of Wrentham whipped New Dayton 4-3 in the first encounter with Alan Selk going down to bitter defeat in the New Dayton net. Dicky Vas was1 Wrentham net-minder. The Wrentham Grade 6 boys continued their winning streak as they downed the Warner team 10-2. The Grade 6 girls won their gime over the Warner girls by a small margin, 3-2. Peggy Hirsche and Connie Rudd shared the goalie duties for the Grade 5 girls while Valerie Biggers minded the net for the Warner girls. Filemona Dagnone was top scorer for the Wrentham team. She got four goals in the third period. The final score was 6-3. In the game between the Warner and Wrentham Grade ment was between Warner and 5 Wrentham won 5-1. New Dayton Grade 6 boys. It The last game of the tourna- ended in a tie game 1-1. District doings Reject plan CARDSTON (Special) - The Boundary Rural Electrification Area annual meeting was held at Cardston. The new 12-point power plan proposed by the power company was discussed. By vote of the members it was rejected. Jim Hadfield was re-elected president; Roy Jasperson and Roy Hartman were named directors. G. L. Smith reported on the provincial convention held last June at Red Deer. Play tonight PICTURE BUTTE - The Picture Butte women's basketball team, sponsored by Rae Motors, has entered the worn- NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Public notice is hereby given that a meeting of the electors of the Village of Warner, will be held in the Elks Hall on Thursday the 1.8th day of March, 1971 at 8 p.m. for the.purpose of receiving the reports of Mayor, Secretary-Treasurer and Chairmen of the various committees of the council for the year ending December 31, 1970. Phyllis Hedberg, Secretary-Treasurer, VILLAGE OF WARNER en's intermediate provincial championship. The first game will be held Thursday at Pin-cher Creek. The second game will be held at Picture Butte March 11 at 7:30 at the Picture Butte High School. To Barbados NEW DAYTON (HNS) - Bill Duncan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Duncan, has been in La-feyette, Louisiana, where he was taking advanced training in well logging. He is now back in the Barbados. Day of prayer COALDALE (HNS) - Mrs. Albert Erion, missionary on furlough from Somalia, will speak at the World Day of Prayer service here at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 5, in the Coaldale United Church I OPEN TONIGHT I DON'T GIVE UP ON YOUR INCOME TAX You iay things or* is bad that you can'i Jell th. diffar-nca b.fwe.n tax law and yeur mothtr-in-law? I> ihot whot'i bothtrino you, BunkyT Waif, look atival H.& R Block can htlpl We'll pr.par., check, and auarantM 1h� accuracy of y6ur return. Set your cighti en an H & R Block office and vnloaa your- trouble* on vu COMPLETE RETURNS LIFE CUAMNOT We Guarantee accurate preparation of �v�ry lax return. If we make any error* that coif you any penally or interest, wewill pay the penalty or intereit. HR CO. Canada's largest Tax Service with over 5000 offices in North America. 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-5 Sat. - Phone 327-3712 |NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY | COALDALE - The Barons-Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and preschool clinics: HAYS: Tuesday, Mar. 9, in the School frou. 1 to 3 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Mar. 9, in the Library Building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Mar. 9, in the Health unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30 to 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday, Mar. 10, in the School from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. VAUXHALL: Wednesd a y, Mar. 10, in the Elementary School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Mar, 11, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30 to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Mar. 11, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30 to 4 p.m. SHAUGHNESSY: Frid a y, Mar. 12, in the School from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at all clinics free of charge. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against contagious disease. NOTICE OF MEETING Purity Dairy Co-op Ltd. SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING Election of Officers 2 p.m., FRIDAY, MARCH 5th EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Don't Miss This Sale! SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES 15% OFF REGULAR PRICE ON ALL ELECTRICAL WIRING SUPPLIES  Conduit and conduit fittings  Triplex  Building wire  Outlet boxes  Switches  Receptacles  Cover plates  Lamp bulbs  Fluorescent light fixtures 2-Pride of the Farm Stock Waterers PLUS MANY OTHER ITEMS Sale Starts Monday, March 1st and ends Saturday, March 6th Business Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. TERMS ARE STRICTLY CASH BILL'S ELECTRIC COALDALE LTD. location: Vi mile north from Town ef Coaldale main intersection (Picture Butte highway) $7,000 surplus recorded PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) -At the annual meeting of the Picture Butte ratepayers there was a near record attendance of 28 people. The auditor's report was given by Robert Olshaski of the firm of Young, Parkyn and McNab. The town has a surplus of some $7,000 on last year's business. There were 17 bylaws passed last year and building permits authorizing construction of $220,025, were issued.. In the public works report given by Mayor Alex Chronic, it was noted that Rogers Ave. will be completed this year with a hot base application at a cost of $19,000. To date there has been no further word from the provincial government for help for this project. It is the feeling that this street is part of the highway system. The storm sewers were installed by the employees' of the town at a cost of $22,000. Mayor Chronic congratulated them. In other work, the skating rink dressing room is com- pleted, lanes were graveled and the streets maintained. Fire Chief William Vogt in his Fire Department Report said that there were nine calls made in the town with a total loss of only $1,000. The library report showed there were 5,885 books loaned to 105 adult and 153 children members. The mayor reported a study is being made in regards to the water system. A 50,000 gallon cistern will be built to cope with peak demands during the hot weather. ltt outlets planned for complex NATAL (HNS) - An announcement has been made that Dawson Developments limited is getting under way with the construction of the Greenwood Shopping Centre in Sparwood. The developer has employed Len Rice as general contractor for the project and Western Design Associates Limited as designer and construction supervisor. The concept of the shopping centre clearly indicates a beau-tifuJly designed biding. St will feature a steel structure and brick exterior walls. Egon Tensfeldt, designer for Western Design Associates, indicates it is his intention to use three tones of brown for the exterior colour screme. The centre will cost in excess of $1,000,000 without tenant improvements and will provide a total of 62,155 square feet of which 51,028 will be leased. There will be a total of 18 service p-.d retail outlets in the complex. RETURNS HOME NEW DAYTON (HNS) -Mrs. Jim Ross has returned home following a six-week stay in hospital. HITS WELFARE - Progressive Conservative provincial candidate Dan Lc Grandeur, 33, principal of the Claresholm composite high school, says he is basing his campaign on the government's "mismanagement of an archaic welfare sytem, inadequate agricultural management and the government's penchant for placing all of Alberta's industry in two cities." ATTEND OPENING-Aftending the opening of the new Crowsnest Pass Consolidated High School are, front row, from left: trustee Veno Pozzi, superintendent William Ede, local ATA president Jerry Lonsbury, MLA Charles Drain, Dr. L. G. Hall of the department of education, student council president Brian Linderman, board chairman Grant Hall and principal Horace Allen. Back row, left to rfghft Kenneth P. McDowall, Pincher Creek school division board chairman, John Salus, past-chairman, Mayor John Holyk of Coleman, Mayor George Wait of Blairmore, trustees John Lloyd, Joe Krywolt, Dr. Victor Martinez and John Albizzati, division secretary. -Vern Decoux Photo i Cold Duck 5 What an absurd, ridiculous, inappropriate, dumb name for a great new sparkling wine. Actually, there is a reason tor it. The name Cold Duck is a literal translation of a German pun. At the end of a party, guests would mix left-over wines together... calling the results "Kalte Ende" or "cold ends". Then the last word, "Ende" was jokingly changed to "Ente", meaning literally, "duck". But there's no joking about the taste of Andres Cold Duck wine. It's a tingling, unstuf fy blend of Champagne and fine sparkling Burgundy. It maketh merry. It's new from Audits. You'll like it. ANDRES COLD DUCK... a blend of Champagne and fine sparkling Burgundy. Andres Fine Wines Andres Wines (Alberta) Ltd. ;