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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta inHSRIDB! Maich 31, 1770------ Gives Repor By PEARL L1EBELT Herald News Senlct WARNER Village ratepay- ers recently beard the recrea- tion report by Councillor Wayne Currie, who" is also secretary for the recreation board. Warner representatives on this new board are Hal Crock- lute, Bert Nilssoa and W ay ne Glass. Mr. Currie gave a brief his- tory of the Civic Centre build- ir.g, erected by loans and vol- unteer labor; used for grain storage to repay the loans. .Since 1961 it has "been used lor public skating ard hockey. Four successful years of bowl- ing have been completed and Sj.cOO has been collected for a concrete floor and pipes for ar- tificial ice. A suivey of I he southern part of the coiir.iy has been made to hold year 'round recreation for young and old. The first step is to apply for a government grant for the concrete floor which v.ill be the first endeavor by the board. Members are: John Reese, Milk Kivcr Wayne Currie, Warner, secretary'; Er- win Thicken, Couits; LeRoy Masinasin; Jay Snow, Mil'k River; Uoi) Blcc-k m e r, Coutts; Alf Work, Warner; I low- ard Kaupp, New Dayton County Councillor Dallas Min- ion. Andy Gra.-spoinler has been hired "to instruct physical edu- cation in the schools. He will conduct summer games during July acd part of August. Policy cf the board is to pro- mote recreation for every age group. A two mill levy has beea used but a four mill levy has been budgeted by the recrea- tioa board; based on the 1969 equalized assessment. This will give the board including government grant and munici- pality requisition. Expenses: office, in- structor mileage lakes and parks member- ships leadership courses JoOO; distributed to subdistricts mills, capital ex- pense out of revenue total espouse, Under distribution, district 1, district 2, district 3. S1.711; district 4, dis- trict 5, The recreation board will pro- mote a broad range of activ- ity that will provide opportun- ities for people of all ages to use their leisure time in wholesome and satisfying man- ner. HOME GOODS RETAILING, MONDAY, FEBRUARY Color TV extremely safe says president of El A color ,sels ajid, 1 repeat, all possible desire lo maintain lire producing components standards of safely the highest OTTAWA "Canadian color TV sets are extremely lire producing components of safelv and cralfs- says Leon Balcer, president of .therein, are subject to the most Lansliip [hat have' traditionally the Electronic Industries Asso-i I stringent safety regulations set 'characterized made-in-Canada Frost-Proof Refrigerator and Automatic Range elation of Canaita. Jlr. Balcer made his slute- ment after a coast-to-coast sur- i vey had been conducted by all j nine Canadian color TV set., manufacturers and their field TV set.' by the Canadian Standards jy sets." jsociation. Verv few other house- i ;hold consumer products are the isubject of such extreme fire- hazard safety regulations as is service branches. Even if the ;lr.tisliti that Hcferring to recent reports of jjhave been reported in the U.S. WE CAN'T PRINT THE PRICE Our Competitors Are WciUhingl color TV sets catching fire in the United States and the cur- rent pubb'city given to the sub- ject by the Canadian media, Jlr. Balcer said: "AU Canadian-made color TV indicate few incidents, Cana- dian manufacturers of color TV sets will be studying the situa- tion very closely." Mr. Kalcer said. "They are conscious of their responsibility coupled with Mr. Balcer also- regaled his position with regard to color TV "Every Canadian manufactur- er pns his own facilities for jchecking X-radiation from color iTV receivers before they leave 'the plant. These facilities and of test meet the stan- Jdards demanded by both the Ca- nadian Standards Association land the Department of National iHealth and Welfare, Ottawa." I As an example of tie minute amount of X-radiation involved, ;.Mr. Balcer points out that a lu- minous watch produces millirot-nlgen per year. For a Iperson to receive the same jdosagc he would to stand just two inches from his color TV set for one whole year. Natural radiation (via the sun and stars) in most are.Ts of Canada is two or three times I he level emitted from the color TV set over the same period of one year, Mr. Balcer points out. DISTRICT DOINGS PLAN TEA COALDALE (IKS) Ccaldale Art? and Crafts Club is planning a tea and bazaar for Saturday, April 25. 37 CONVICTIONS COALDALE (HNS) During February Ihc police department laid 75 charges and 37 resulted !n convictions. SEES RELATIVES IRON SPRINGS (HNS) F. Goslola of Broderick, Sask., visited recently with in the Iron Springs community. RECEIVE KILN COALDALE (IKS) Coaldale Arts and Crafts Club has received the kiln which they ordered. They plan to set it up in the Kate Andrews High School. DONATE CLOTHING COALDALE (HNS) The Eva Grecr United Church Wo- men donated used clothing to the Dorcas Society recently. DANCE CARDSTOX (UN'S) The Cardston Rod and Gun Club will sponsor the annual spring dance Saturday, March 28, at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall here. Don Caldwell, rice- president, says everyone is wel- come. VtOX'T PAY HALF COALDALE (UN'S) TOUT) counrit is not willing to pay half of the extra life insurance premium c[ Iccal police force members. 200 Chairs Supplied By Women ENCHANT (HNS) The La dies Communitj- Association met in Ihe hall kitchen recently for the March meeting. Mrs. Esther Gillespie presid ed. attended. It was decided lo buy 50 more chairs bringing the total num ber purchased lo more than 200 Mrs. Annie Tonrcson held two contests. Itosloss gifts were given fc Mrs. Flo Reynolds erel Mrs. AJ ma Kevcrlson. Shiriey and Dianna Viroste's sen'ed lunch, 1963 WINNER Mr. and Mrs. George Dodd 1969 WINNER Mr. and Mrs. Dupont 1969 WINNER Mr. and Mrs. L. Mills Chromacolor Picture Tube Marks Major Advance in 23-Inch Diagonal Color TV NEW YORK POST, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1970 Phosphor dots, electron 23-inch diagonal color TV tubes shadow masks and image prior to Chromacolor. screens. It all seems just loo much1 !o even try to think about1. But! in this world of the "new" tech-' It's how this is accomplished nology, there are rewards in at j that can boggle the layman's highlight detail pre- viously not possible in a 23- diagonal color TV. leasl taking standing. shot at under-jj'mind. The patented Cliromacolor The latest challenge to con-1 lube has a new "Iris" aperture sumer understanding of mask, a Jight-aosorbing black- "everyday" product com surround framing pic- from Zenith Radio Corporation in the form of the Chroma- color picture lube. Introduced last year, Zenith officials de-i. mission glass. scribe the Chromacolor TV tube1 Karl Horn, lure-producing phosphor dots, a new brighter rare-earth red phosphor, and new high-trans- openings In the Iris Mask arc i-ing out the color picture used to pul both a contrast area for jet black, light absorbing material and the phosphor dots on the screen. For color TV op- eration, the apertures are open- ed to allow electron hoams larg- er than the phosphor dots to totally excite and illuminate all of the screen's phosphors. "Color purity ia safeguarded while brightness and contrast are increased Horn said. Using Hie conventional sha- jdow mask, it is only possible as "the most important break-. Ihrough in giant screen color: picture technology and perfoim-; president of Zenith Kauland Division. CNpIains it this way: "A key lo the tube's opera- executive uliliie effectively approxi- CWL Bazaar Held AI Nalal B.C. (IINS) Tr. annual St. Michael's paris .spring bazaar was held in St. Michael's Hail under the spon- sorstrip of tte Catholic Women's .ird Mount Carmel So- ciety, assisted by members of 1 h K Young Adults Club and Aloimronl Club. Tiie bazaar was well pa- ITiC vvvs convened by Mrs. W. Davcy. Tea was ed by Mrs. P. Michaluk awl Pc-v Gets Two CiK i Special Da- ud A'hevton, 2ft, of I Crankook has If en to yo'.irg prison for tuo >c.'irs on by an I j iry a charge of ance since the advent of lion is the New Zenil TV." Mask.' The 4M.OOO tiny jmately half of Ihe area of each phosphor dot (even if a prin- ciple such as Zenith's new Consumer rewards for belter understanding? Ihe Iris' Mask (unlike the con- u-nlional shadow mask) are en- J llut-IL uo 3 IKVt ilh 'Iris j black surround were used) holes in -Isince the remainder of each color television picture; gincercd lo be smaller during lo improve contrasl, the con- _- vcntional lube must use a dark glass in front of Hie screen. ;j.' This dark glass culs in hall jr the viewable brightness of the conventional tube's picture. In contrast, Horn staled, tha area between the smaller, prc- cision-screened phosphor dots of the Chromacolor tube is fill- cd black-surround which absorbs room light to improve -V-: picture contrast, and permits use of a higher transmission glass in the TV lube face. This, f in combinalion with the excita- lion of all of the phosphor on on Ihe image screen results in f-. ,a color picture uhich is more ''J 100 per cent brighter and WILL YOU BE ONE OF THE TWO MAJOR WINNERS IN 1970? WIN An Appliance of your choice Just diop in ,'o Smith's and. draw a wooden nickel out of the well. EVERYONE'S A WINNERI 'phosphor dot must serve as a iwilh more than 25 per cent necessary tolerance allowance ('greater picture contrast than .for a consistently true color pic- '23-inch diagonal color TV tubes more than 100 per cent .screen processing and larger in' lure, Horn said.' To keep room Lprior to Cliromacolor with as- and with more thaj! JO per the_completed tube. Hight from reflecting against the iisurar.ce of a brilliant, true-to- greater olclure contrast than nvj u.u iu.uji.uiui IUIK. nigm irom reiiecnng against tne iisurar.ce of a brilliant, true-to- m! rosnufaUure, the smaller MarEe phosDhov dots and color niclure. Horn said. 236 13lh St. N., Icthbridgo Phone 328-2235 Conlclolo, Alberta Phone 345-3272 VISIT I'AJ'KXTS 1HON SPRINGS (IINS) Mr. ,ir.d Mis. N. GNbrichl and of Calgary j were ruenl .-il Hie iKimc of Ihc lalior's parents, i Mr, William Periieh. OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Till 9 P.M. CLOSED All DAY MONDAY Buy her a Frigidaire appliance... because Frigidaire bothers to build in more help WE CAN'T PRINT THE PRICE... Our Competitors Are. Wotchinnl OK r TABER (HNS) lown coun- cil reccnllv authorized a grant of to the Taber Rodeo Association which was request- ed (or improvement of conces- sion booths nncl rest rooms. WIXNKRS IROX SPRINGS (HNS) Tha Battersea VYI card party win- ners were, high, Mrs. A. Goode; high, Dick Anderson. Low, Mrs. H. M. Haney and men's low H. M. Haney. The next card party mil be held at the home of Mrs. H. M. Haney April 2. WINNERS SPARWOOD (HNS) Prize- winners in the Sparwood Church Women's Auxiliary con- test were Mrs. M. Bower and Mrs. K. Raliison. Mrs. Chard of (lie Elk Valley was (ho winner of the Michel Hospital auxiliary contest. COALDALE Eva Greer United Church Women recently named Mrs. R. J. Baldry delegate to attend the Key Workers Institute at Banlf on Apiil 3, and 5. VENTURERS CAMP IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Iron Springs Venturers spent a recent weekend at a winter camp at Ihe river bottom. There were 12 in attendance, I not including invited guests at the campfirc sing-a-long. 29 CRIB HAND BUIRMORE (CNP Bureau} Ed Reynolds, nlanl account- ant at Becker Drilfes (Alber- ta) Ltd., Rlainnore, marked his 25th anniversary as a crib plav- er, by coming'up with a per- fect 29 hand. Mr. Reynolds was playing againsl plant superintendent Sonny Lord. SIGN' PACT SOON COALDALE (HNS) The of- ficial signing f.f the County of Lelhbridge Co-operative Hec- rcalion Agreement will take place April 17 at Lclhbridgc. A banquet is planned lo cele- >rale the occasion. It is being arranged by the northern and s o u t h ern regional recreation wards. FEXCE POST PLANT CRANBROOK (Special) First offer under the fcderal- provincial incentives set has wen made lo Lcfcvrc Sales Ltd. afler monlhs federal processing of the applicalion. Robert LcFcvrc now has monlhs to decide lo imple- ment bis plan to construct and operate a fence post treatment plant at Yalik for the domestic export markets. 631 Tr6f4fmenls PICTURE BUTTK (HNS) Picture P-jtio Municipal Hospi- tal bonrd noted in the. past mon Hi there were 631 treat- ments for physiotherapy, with JIG visits. Tho occupancy rate for Feb- ruary wn.s per cent, Tlie chairman of the board Vmon Price, announced a new wafer softener has been pur- chased. In regards to air conditioning of the operation room, it was decided n report will have lo be received from the control engineer before any steps can he taken. Administrator William Tonkin: reported on progress being mailn in regards lo shared cask will] other hospitals in re- gards lo a fravcllini! rlwio- ;