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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May 1, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 Taber chamber seminar interests south merchants TABER (HNS) Taber's chamber of commerce will host a regional seminar on chamber operation and man- agement somelima in late Sep- tember or early October. Announcement of the seia- jnar was made here recently when Ralph J. Pettie, field offi- cer for the Alberta and Cana- dian chambers of commerce, met with the local chamber ex- ecutive body. Mr. Pettie .said that the day- long session would draw parti- from 23 chambers over a 60-mile radius of Taber. Mr. Pettie also announced to the Taber chamber executive of the election of local chamber secretary treasurer Roscoe F. Gibb as director to the Alberta chamber for Zone 25 succeed- ing Douglas Redding of Coal- dale. Mr. Pettie suggested each member of the chamber should be assigned to a committee. Each committee should report in writing at each meeting of the directors. "Local chambers of com- merce should act, rather than react, to conditions and situa- tions of he said. Attendance at the Alberta Chamber of Commerce annual meeting at Camrose June 10 to 12, and at the Canadian cham- ber annual meeting at Winni- peg in September, are impor- tant, he said. j Randy Lomas of Warner chosen for Canadian Studies Forum MANUFACTURED IN LETH BRIDGE WARNER (HNS) Randy Lomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Lomas, a Grade 2 stu- dent cf the Warner High School, bar been chosen by the selec- tion committee of the depart- ment of education, to attend the Canadian Studies Forum at Calgary from April 29 to May 5. Theme for the forum is "The Unity and Diversity of Can- ada." Twenty one students from each province will attend to dis- cuss Canadian problems. Ttey will travel to Banff as well as listen to speakers such as Judy LaMarsh, Eric Kierans and Norman Ward. WARNING: The Department of National Health and Welfare advises that danger to health increases with amount smoked. NOT DRIVING TOKYO (AP) Japan's Su- preme Court struck down a drunken driving conviction, rul- ing that the defendant had only started the car's engine and had not put the vehicle in motion. Pee ivee trophy Ccoch Ed Meyerhoffer presents the Claresholm Pee Wee League trophy to 11-year-old David Thompson. Growsneit Pass News o o o o o o o Beautiful by Design Carefree by Concept O O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o O o o o G o o o o o o o o o o o Pictured above from right to left is Conrad Plettell of Smith's Color TV and Appliances congratulating Mr. and Mrs. M. DeVloo of Bow Island, Alberta. They were one of the four lucky families in Southern Alberta to win absolutely the appliance of their choice from Smith's. Mr. and Mrs. De Vloo chose the Enterprise gas range. Watch for other winners. This attractively priced 30 inch Gas Range has a rich walnut wood- grain backguard with incandes- cent a full 24 inch oven; big simmer top burners; cook-hold oven, timer; recessed non-drip cook top, and minute minder. o o o o o o o o o o Aigi Sliieeliiro heads golfers o o of Crowsnest Pass Country Club Beta Sigma Phi tea set WARNER (HNS) The Warner chapter of Alpha Epsi- Ion, Beta Sigma Phi, will hold a Mother's Day tea at Wrentham Saturday, May 12. About 50 women attended the recent oldtimers' tea. The group met recently at the home of Mrs. Val Lagler. BUILD SAUNA WITH A HOME SPA DO-IT YOURSELF PACKAGE BUILD A POPULAR FAMILY SIZE SAUNA WITH THIS HE-55 DELUXE PACKAGE: Model HE-55, Electric Sound Heater Model CR-1 Control Unit Wooden Sauna Pail Ladle (dipper) Souna thermometer Vapor proof, seal-tight light fixture wooden light shade Head rest (wood pillow) Bar of sauna soap User's Instruction for above products. PIUS 16 PAGE ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET ENTITLED "HOW TO BUILD YOUR OWN SAUNA" ALL THIS FOR ONLY MO BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Algi Shigehiro was recently elected president of the Crows- nest Pass Golf and Country Ciub. Also elected were vice-pres- ident Kenneth Roome; secre- tary treasurer John Albizzati: club captain Larry Pizzey; and vice-captain, Earl Rochon. The greens committee will comprise Gerry Pinotti. Henry Desaunoy, Kenneth Roome, Norman Livingstone and Vincc Colucci. A work bee has been or- ganized for Sunday. April 29, to get the course open for May l. Bunny spiel won by Clarke BLAIRMORE (CNP The E. M. Clarke rink of Calgary and the P. Envin rink of Fernie. B.C., copped top prizes in the men's and wom- en's bunny bonspiel events held here recently. A total of 62 men's and 32 women's rinks curled for about in prizes. It attracted rinks from Alberta and British Colurribia. Winners of the men's "B'' was the B. Melnyk rink of Cal- gary- "C" event winner was the A. Murikama of Picture Butte. The "D" event winner was the M. McGowan rink of Cal- gary- Runners-up in the women s "A" event was the Man' Mitch- el rink of Sparwoocl; the Do- reen Ceilings rink of Coleman j and the Bena Vanoni rink of! Blairmore. "B" event winners included the Betty Gilbert rink cf Ta- ber: Dora Kroli rink of Blair- more; B. Chernesky rink of Calgary and McLuskey rink of Calgary. "C" winners were Alice Vej- prava of Calgary: A. McDonald of Calgary; Sharon Paton of Refreshments will be served i after tire work is done. i A schedule of rates for mem- bership has been drawn up and fees are as follows: se- inior member, junior mem- (over junior member, (under couples, women, and I university students, Visitors are welcome to the club and persons wishing to join should Contact any of the executive members. IF YOU WOULD PREFER THAT WE COMPLETE THE TOTAL JOB FOR YOU, WE WILL BE PLEASED TO GIVE YOU A'FREE ESTIMATE VANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. CHARGEX 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. S. PHONE 328-3301 "YOUR PIONEER LUMBER DEALER SINCE 1925" Bellevue and Blairmore. Joanne Drain of IllSMtTH'S FOR nances Open Thurs. and Fri. nights till 9 Gerard Plettell Conrad Plettell Mike Milkulin O o o o o o o o o o o o o 236 13th Street North Phone 328-5541 GGOOQQOOOGQQQQOQOOQQ Bellevue reservoir repairs set BELLEVUE (CNP i The Bellevue village public i works department was given j the go-ahead by council recent-; ]y to commence a repair job on the village water reservoir. i Frost damage and upheaval i has caused damage to the re- taining wall. Water has been seeping beneath the wall. Estimated cost of the job, ex- j eluding labor, is The village, withdrawn from i the Crowsnest Pass recreation board, formed its own recre- ation board in order to obtain the provincial government rec- reation grant. The board comprises pres- j ident Godfrey Hungar; vice- i president Rov Palon; treasurer Florence Hannqm and commit-! tee members Mayor Jim Fish- j er, Bill White, Howard Bennett and secretary Constantino Poulitsis. Dr. Margaret. tJtley, Peggy Desaunoy, Ruth Hostarl, Arnold K a y and Roy Hill are also j members. j It was steam and cinders all the way on those big efght-wheelers. Gave a man a thirst as big as the Rockies and as dry as the Drumheller Badlands. So his style was Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner, for thirst-quenching flavour slow-brewed and naturally aged. And that's the way it still tastes today-honest-to-goodness beer brewed with half a century of know-how. Try it at your next wet-your-whistle-stop. TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OP LETHBRIDGE ;