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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta .Saturday, March 17, 1973 THE LtTHBRIDGE HERAIO 39 Mrs. Taje heads 'CWL at Ccleman TABER (HNS) Fuel sup- >lies for 12 monihs commenc- ng April 1 have been purchas- ed by the Tober MD council, he lowest of seven lenders King accepted. Approximately gal- ens of diesel fuel ba de- Junior high hoop champions Lethbridge County 26 junior high school basketball champions are the Picture Butte Badgers, from left, Alan Wocknilz, Kevin Reiler, Doug Takahaki, Darwin Sauer, Peter Vander Linden; back rc-w, from left, Marvin Hanna, Brian Tanaka, Rod Malchov.-, Ken Mackenzie, Murray Hughes, Kevin Sauer, Michael Oliver and Alex Brown. Badgers are also champions of the County Basket- ball League. ________ COLEMAN (CNF Bureau) Mrs. Freda Taje has bea elected president of thD Cole- man Catholic Womens League Vice-president is Mrs. !v Lacroix; second vice pres dent; Mrs. Violet Wavreoai .bird vice-president, Mrs. Kilgannon; secretary, Mrs. 1 Dancoisnc; and treasurer, Mr Angle Owen. Committees: publicity, viole Wavrecan; education, Lorrai Aiello; Scphie Barut and spiritual, Mrs. Ann Bo isch. 'ills CWL mil sponsor lira "P e a c e and Development Fund. Mrs. Helen Pickering will hold a tea at her home April 4. The CWL parish tea and bake sale will be held in the Catho- lic Hall April 14. Taber MD accepts tender liverod by Imperial Oil Ltd., Vauxhall, lor 23.79 cents per gallon (21.6 last and at Taber tor 24.19 cents as com- pared with cents from the same firm in 1972. The gallons of stand- ard gasoline will be delivered Enchant women collect money for lied Cross, cancer drives ENCHANT (HNS) The Ladies Enchant Community Association mat recently in the IB 11 kitchen with president Esther Gillespio in charge. Groups were appointed handle cancer and Red Cross collections during March. Tha hostess gifts went to Mrs. Enrellson and Mrs. Donna Virostek. Lunch was served by Harriet Jacobson and Mrs. Ev Steen. by Texaco at 37.1 cents per jallon as compared with1 35.63 ceats paid to Gulf Oil last year. Hungerthon raises ENCHANT (HNS) The En- chant Students Union sponsor- ed a hungerthon with 35 stu- dents taking part. Supervising the hungerthoa were nine adults. It lasted 20 hours and they raised They made several donations to different groups in the dis- trict. Foremost Theatrical Society has Brigadoon upcoming FOREMOST (Special) B'oremosl Theatrical Society will stage its eagerly awaited production of Brigadoan on Thursday, Friday and Satur- day, March 25, 30 and 3! ?.t the Foremost Community Hall at 8 p.m. A strong cast of local actors and actresses will he on hand [or the production. The hook and lyrics are by Allan Jay Lcrncr and llic music by Fred- crick Loewe. The selling is Scotland in 'he DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE Call LeHtbridcjc Community College 327-2141 lie eightenneth cenlury. Two lunters on a trip to the high- ands discover a mysterious ullage emerging from the mists. It. is tlie village of Bri- ;adoon, wliich, as the result of an enchantment put open it, emerges from the mist for one lay in every hundred years. The story is complicated by the loves of Tommy and Charles and Jean. If Fiona, anyone in Brigadoon leaves, the en- chantment is broken for all. Production Is in the exper- ienced hands of Alyce Butler- wick, who has been responsi- ble for many of the Society's successful, productions in re- cent years. Esther Weeks of Orion will act as Musical Dir eclor. The cast is headed by Bil Buis Jr. and Muriel Luca as Tommy Albright and Fion MacLaren. Cliff Kultgen am Joan Nicoll play (lie parls o Charles Dalryir.ple and Jean MacLaren. Supporting cast includes George Harvey Beacome, Calvin Bill and Buttenvick, Fred .lathieson, Bryan Dillenbeck, Jruce Nicoll, Joe Jackson and Mac Kcftnedy. Sar.dra Wick- end as Maggie Anderson is res- ponsible for all the choreo- graphy and will perform some of the Scottish dances in the Advance tickets, available from Mrs. Yosh (Irene) Kaba- yama are going rapidly. Al performance Grizzly scoulers re-elected PINCHER CREEK (Special) I ed the books are in good order The annual' meeting of the with in the Jamboree fund. Grizzly District of the Boy jj0b Jenkins and Eldred Pal- Scouts of Canada was held TS- msr recently conducted a dis- cenlly at the Dieppe Memorial training program in the Legion Hall here. MD Building. All officers were re-elected Mr will prepare a list They are Chris Groundwater, aids available for president; John Baum, vice- gcout apd Ieaders. These president; Graham Calderuank, te fonvarded to the lead- seats for each are reserved. secretary; Dolores Robertson, treasurer; and Margaret Lunn, public relations. Representatives from 1st and District Pincher Creek 1st met; Blairmore Group Committees wero .present. Ken Knox, Grizzly District Commissioner, was on hand. The treasurer's report show- Notice Of 1C MEETING LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9 The Annual Meeting of Electors of the Lethbridge Catho- lic Separate School District No. 9 be held as in- dicated for the discussion of Beard Affairs. PLACE Lecture Theatre, Catholic Central High School DATE Tuesday, March 27, 1973 TIME p.m. N. L. REILANDER, Secretary Lelhbridge Catholic Separate School District No 9 Lethbridge, Alberta Pharmacists dispense drugs j after hours PINCHER CREEK (Special) The advisory board, of St. Vincent's Hospital has learned local pharmacists have made Iheir own arrangmenls for dis- pensing drugs lo hospital out- palienls on Sundays, holidays and afler store hours. Letters were sent to the Pel- gan Indian Band council at Brocket and to the superintend- ent of Watei-lon Lakes Nalional Park suggesting that each ap- pcint a councillor or officia' lo represent their districts on Ihe local Iraspilal advisory board. A donalion cf has been made by the Chinook Chaptei cf the Aluerta Certified Nursing Aides Association to the ladle. auxiliary to assist in purchas ir.g new hospital beds. The board recpm mended tha j the hospital should net mak any requisitions to the munic palilies for financial suppor this year. Aproval was given for Mrs J. Hardy, director of nursin; to attend a seminar at NAI on staffing patterns for dire tors of nursing of small hosp tals. Water working well Groundwater says the boy count is remaining fairly assessments Funds ware raised by barbecues, sale of buttons and draws sponsored by the Canadian Legion. This year's barbecue will be held June 23. It is a family event. The next meeting will be held April 5, in the MD at 8 p.m. MODERN INDUSTRIAL RENTALS RENTALS Roto Tillers town Mowers Lawn Areators Lawn Combers Lawn Seeders Chain Saws Hedge Trimmer Fridge Carts Post Hole Augers Rug Shampooers "Rental Is Your Best Buy" ,fbN A L HOMES COALHUHST (HNS) The I at the regular meeting the Coalhurst Water Users showed the water ystem in the hamlet is in ood working order. Some improvements have to done at the riverbottom to ive adequate supply for some 1 ime to come without any iier costs to the consumer. Questions, pertaining t h e orthcoming plebiscite for upgraded water system, could I not be answered satisfactorily, t was decided to call a joint meeting of water users and :axpayers' association execu- lives, with a county official present to find the right 'ans- wers. Four members of the board wero reinstated. The new slate of officers: T. McLaren, president; W. Bar- thel, secretary- treasurer; R. McLaren, director, M. Lemire, vice-president; J. Look, direc- tor; and K. McLaren, director. T. Garrett was appointed maintainance foreman. It is hoped for a better at- tendance at the next general mecling. umaa Building a better home means adding more than just what the standards require! That's why Nolionol builds Tnlo Some comooncnts Ihc cxlros llial msan o lot when it becomes your home. Full holf-inth plywood roof sheolhmq over engineered roof Irujses mosl manufoclorers use ply. IV.-inch kiln-dried sealed, cedar fascia compare Ihis wilri tho 1 x 4 malenal used by others. Nalional's V, ply wall sSealWn9 Is heavier Irian many competitors' the differences go on and on over fifty points and lealiues thor National homes offer. Ask Ihe National men to spell them out to you before you make the oll-importont decision on your future home. MORTGAGE FUNDS AVAILABLE INCLUDINO ACREAGE AND RURAL AREAS. Nalional's catalogues list over 60 home designs for choice two, Ihree and more bedroom models lo suit mosl any building site and family budget. Invesligalc now be ready to build in the spring. ALBERTA SALES DIVISION: NATIONAL ENGINEERED STRUCTURES CO. LTD. Coallmrst women puff way to lieaMi COALHURST (HNS) A keep fit program, sponsored by tho Letlibridge YMCA anrl the County of Lethbridge north dis- trict recreation boani, has be- gun for Coalhurst women, with Mrs. Ursula Wilzke supervis- ing. Classes meet every Tuesday and Thursday from to 3: SO p.m. in Hie high school gymn- asium. For preschoolers, aged (hrce to six, an organized acitivty program is available. The Coalhurst Film Society, also offered by ths recreation I board and tho YMCA, were cancelled because of lack of interest. aiB pleased to introduce the Bthbrldge Bulk Plant, dealers in: FUELS and LUBRICANTS g INDUSTRIAL LUBRICANTS KEY LOCK SERVICE ON X K m w MAIL THIS COUPON NATIONAL HOMES LIMITED Box 245, ABBOTSFORD, B.C. Ploose send mo more information and of National manufacturea1 component NAME ADDRESS........................ details homci. PHONE I J______________________IHJ Dogcalcher will respond to complaints COALDALE (IVNS) In 1972 a total of 250 dog licences were issued while so far this year only 173 have been obtained by local dog-owners. Tho town has a dogcatcher. Persons with complaints are advised lo contact John Reur- ink at 3-IMC47. He is employed as the dogcatcher. VVAYNE BRUYCKERE iDtspatidher -Office Manager i Near Right: I PAUL Van RUN E pHver-Salesman ;