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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Co-Op Meets CAUDSTON (HNS) The an- nual meeting of the Cardston branch ot the Southern Alberta Co-operative was held recently. Otto Wobick, chairman of the board cf directors, presided. Harker, general manager, reported for the organization Paul Schow reported for the Cardston Branch. The over-all sales for both stores showed ai increase over 1981. The Card slon store is undergoing exten- sive renovations at present. K. K. Stewart was nominate as director for the centra board. Replacing Mr. Stewart o the Cardston board is Ralp Neilson of Taylorville. A vo'.t of ttenks was given to Clinton E. Brown who has retired as central board mem- ber. He has served since before Ihc Cardston store wr.s open- ed in 1949. The annual meeting of the association will be held in the 700F Hall, Le'ihbridge, Satur- day, April 4. OK Semesters TABER (HNS) Tabcx School Division's board of trus- tees recently placed its stamp o! approval on the semester sy- stem of high school courss in- struction, meking it possible for individual schools to adopt the Peter J. Langemann, member, thanked Mr. Tankralz (or Ihc spiritual address. Clifford R. Elle is taking early eave arid vdll spend his him- lays at the University ot Ore- son. NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Bruno Bevilacqua. District of Spar- wood building inspector, report- ed building permits issued for last year to the end o! Decem- ber amounted to a toial esti- mated construction value of RC District Hit By Costs Red Cross Blitz Hospital Owners CARDSTOX (HNS) The Cardston of the Cana- dian Red Cross will hold a blitz the evening of March 25. I Pledges will also bo taken for the blood donor clinic to he held here July 23. The clinic has not been too successful in the past and will not come to Card- s'.on unless enough pledges are received. program. Tue board's motion Landmark Falls RAYMOND (HNS) Pro- gress always breaks a link with he past. Such is the case as vorkmcn demolish the Snow Block. In this portion of the business section ot town were two cafes, jrocery store, meat market and a' tiotcl. 'flic first part of Ihc block was built before 1920. Napi Dance Set FISCHER CREEK The Napi Friendship Associa- tion says 7th Treaty will play for the giant Easier Tccn Da'nce to be held Salurday, March 28, it 8 p.m. in the Mat- COALDALK (HNS) Rev. David J. Pankra'r of the Coal- dale M c n n o n i t e Brethren Church addressed the recent annual general meeting of UK; shareholders of the Coaldale Community Hospital Associa tion Ud. "The hospital gives lo the fact that we enjoy community effort. Many thing can be done as individuals bu some require a united eifort, t move, to bend and to wor' Rev. PankraU jaic COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Roman Catholic Sep- arate School District 73 reports a iJelicil for 1909. Tire 19G9 budget was present- ed by Steve Sleniko, secretary- .rcasurcr. El the recent annual electors mcclir.g. Expenditures totalled 352. Revenue received was 5103. 633. Instruclors' salaries cost the district Adminislralion figures tallied Teach- ing aids, including library and reference, book rental, ar.d workbooks arid other instruc- tional supplies amounted to 008. Monday, Mactl. M, 1970 THE IE1H8RIDOE HERAIO 3 Meets April 15 ETZIKOM (HNS) The Hop- ing Women's Institute lield its meelir.g ot the Irame ef Mrs. K. Uurns at Foremast with 12 mem- bers ar.'l six guests present. call vsas onsv.erC'l by sharing expenses fijr lutcheit I utilities for the Ikpirg Coin- I inunity Centre. 11 was reported the IXslrict Four cor-fcrencc that was to be on Murch 21 and 2o and Medicir.e Hat has been poil- porcd. Speaker at the meeting was the Medicine Hat district con- Mlulucncy convener. Mrs, Vick- ie Gullifonl of Manvbcrrics. She spoke on plans for changes in the areas in order to group more arcjs together. The tea prize was presented to Mrs. Mary The next meeting is scheduled lor April 15 at Ihe home cl Mrs-. Ralph (Doreen) Ixe. PUPILS VIEW PIONEER EXHIBITS Pupils of Tober Cenlrol Elementary School view the Glenbow Mjseumobile exhibils. Guides explained numerous articles used in early weslern days. The children found most exhibils strange and fascinaling. Home en the Range was provided as background music. -Ross Gibb Pliolos DOGCATIIER COALDALE (HNS) Once more tins town has a dogcatch- er. S'.an Chervinski was hired by town council recently lo per- form these duties. semester system years ago. some two i Ihcw Ilalton High School dilcriiiin. permission to any high school Tile fe an au.aa-1 (in the division wishing to jjve adopt the complete semester system after receiving approval cf the ECliool superintendent and the dcparlment of educa- tion." SI. Mary's (Catholic Sep- arate) High School adopted Ihc Teachers Study TADER (IfNS) Tuber school division trustees recent- ly authorized two high school teachers. early leave in mid- June lo take summer sclwol improvement courses. Robert Pawlowski of Vaux- hall High will attend the Uni- versily of Oregon at Eugene, while Dale Lusk of W. R. Myers High will atler.d I he University of Idaho at "oisc. Working toward his master's degree in elementary educa- tion, assistant superintendent Variety Show ETZIKOM (HNS) A largo crowxl attended the variety show held in the Elzikom School. All proceeds were donated lo the Elzikom Recreational Asso- ciation. Farmers Busy ETZIKOM (IKS) Farm- ers are at present taking ad- vantage ct Ihe warm dry weath- er arxl are readying Iheir farm machinery for field work. Calving has also started and cattle ore in good condition. ATTEND EXPO NOBLE FORD (HNS) Frank Hcnner and Gordon Cameron left for Osaka, Japan for Expo 70. ON SALE-HMARCH 23-24-2526-28 EASTER PARADE Senior Gtizens Probe Transportation Problems BELLEVUE (CNP High cost of drugs, transporta- tion problems to the Crowsnest Pass Hospital and to the clinic or areas of the Crowsnest Pass mil all be highlighted at discus- sions lo be held al the next meeting of Ihe Belle-Crest Sen- ior1 Cilizens Club al p.m. Thursday, March 19, in the clubroom at Ihe Bcllevue Mu- nicipal Building. Miss Bonnie Verier of Ihe Crowsncsl Pass recreation hoard will also present pro- gram idess. Sandy Campbell and other slaff members of (he depart ment of social development wilf discuss public assistance. Local druggists will discuss drug prices. All member's ol Die Coleman )ld Age Pensioners Association lave been invited to visit the Jelle-C rest Senior Cilizens Club and the invitation is cs- cndcd to anyone in the Crows- nest Pass interested in allend- mg. Refreshments will be served. Bridge Winners ETZIKOM (HNS) Tops In the bridge games were Mrs. Sandy (Jessie) Davis and Ron- nie Davis with consolations going lo Mrs. George (Velma) Rumple and Sandy Davis. In Ihe whist section first place went lo John and Jacob wilh lows going lo Mr. and Mrs. Neil Slimmon. It's held in the school. Curling Trophies Presented B.C Natal- Michel Spanvood Curling Club's recent banquet was ca- tered hy the members of the Catholic Women's League in St. Michael's Hall. Members of Natal Ladies Curling Ciub put on the mid- night supper lor the social. Waller Rybachuk wa.s re- eleclcd president: Harvey Vi'c-cf, vice president and Siro Cimolini, secretary treas- urer. Tho women fleeted Mrs Sally Travis, president; Mrs Vera Cimolini, vice prcsidenl and Mrs, Lucille Ryhachuk Rumpus Room Carpet Famous Oufdocr fibre rubber bock. for rumpus roorm, 4 only. MATlRIAl OMY SQ. YD. Revelsloke BUILDING MATERIALS Come; 3rd Avc, ond )7lh St. 5. Phone 327-5777 crelary treasurer. Trophies were presented e winning rinks. Tabor's Insurance Trophy Tit to the Mrs. Mary Milche'll nJe. The Anderson Construction oplry was presented lo the. rs. Evelyn Hcnricl rink. Cole Trophy went lo I lie rs. Mytrle Cerny rink. Past president Mrs. Myrtle crny presented the silvenvare. liN'S CLUB Ihn Koolenay Hotel Troph; ss won by the Douj Morgan ink. The Men's Curling Club Tro- ry went to the Dir.o DePaol ink. McDonald Wins FOREMOST (Special) Tlie Alberta Teadicrs Asf-ocialion 12 bonspicl held tee re- ccnlly was by the flick Me- rijik of Bow bland. Oul of (our games in Uw icinls Unirnamenl, Ihe winning ink captured 45 cut ol a pos- H, mnning three games and tying one. Second rink y Gwbd Edlund of Foremost. A banquet look place, in Ihc Community Hall, Prize for best sweeping slyle went to Ian Exocll of Bow Is- Crying towels wenl to Elroy Brot'z rink of Bow Island, who tied (or lowest points with 0, V. Jojxu, ot Bow Island, CHOCOLATE HOLLOW MOLDS ASSORTED FIGURES Kresge Prices 10M.98 MADE-UP B EASTER NOVELTIES Kresee Prices CSOLIDBBUHMY CHOCOLATE OR WHITE SUNNY BUNNY HIGHLY DECORATED EGG ASST. BLISTER PKG5. COTTON NITEGOWNS MANY COLORS AND SIZES Reg. Krcsge Price 2.98 MEN'S PERMANENT PRESS SPORT SHIRTS Kresge Price MISSES ACRYLIC CARDIGANS Dress Up For Easter! 7-14 GIRLS' NYION SUMS Kiesco fric'3.V Take advnntago of (hit great Buy on 1.99 Made in C.iitacla! Fancy knils wilh long sleeves! While, Pink, Blue, S-M-L. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED ;