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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta i iy ?f.JiM" HI i row, from left; Vada Wynder, Grade 10 vice-cha Doug Richards, Grade 12 vice-chairman; Nancy N Grade 10 chairman; Wendy Nelson, Grade 11 vice man! Barbara Williams, Grade 11 spirif leader. Jackie Rothe, Grade 11 chairman. l DecTGi, secreiary; crrna vjruue i lyn Brayley, Grade 10 spirit leader. Fronl -Stlluidoy, November 7, 1970 THf IETHBRIDGC IICRAID _ 3 Dimcaii Lloyd Heads Fish, Game Club CO AID ALE (HNS) Dunc- an Lloyd is president of the Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association for the 197fr 71 term. Others elected to the execu- tive recently were: George Eegany, vice president; Eric Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX. PROFESSIONAL SKATE SHARPENING 500 Skate Guards Small, Medium and Large. PAIR 59" COOPER HOCKEY NETS .95 Largs size SPECIAL ___ 13 VICTORIAVIILE PEE WEE HOCKEY STICKS EACH FREE ROLL OF TAPE WITH EACH STICK Check us for the best team prices In Southern Alberta. BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Open Thurs. Frt. Till 9 p.m. 'Serving South Alberta for over 30 years." Nikkei, secretary; and Doug Foxall, treasurer. Committee chairman ap- pointments include: Len Stein- brenner, Hunter Training Course, Mike Andrejcsik, big game; Jurgen Wolschlager, bird game; Edwin (Tex) Wiebe, fish; and Seiji Kimura, bulletin. Memberships are available from any member. The association will continue to meet on the first Tuesday o: each month in the John David- son School. The executive is planning an interesting and varied program of activities. Fitness Classes Scheduled MAGKATH (HNS) Physi cal fitness classes are bein sponsored by Magrath Recrea tion Committee. Ladies classes will be held each Monday eve- ning from to p.m. Trade Pact Bill Okayed By Commons OTTAWA (CP) The Com mons gave first reading Friday to a government bill to imple- ment a new trade agreemeu between Canada and New Zea land. Another bill to repeal the Lep- rosy Act, no longer considerec necessary in the light of modern medical advances, was also jiven first reading. Both bills lave been passed by the Senate The Canada-New 1 e a 1 a n c trade agreement calls for both countries, "recognizing the value of the preferential treat- ment exchanged between them, to agree to consult together should either government consi- der making major changes in this preferential tariff treat- ment." New Zealand's anti-dumping legislation would not apply to Canadian goods except in spe- cial circumstances, the bill says. Bottle Drive COALDALE (HNS) A bot- tle and battery drive will be held here from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7. Proceeds will be used to ren- ovate and repair the Scout Hall. Anyone wishing further in formation is requested to con- tact Peter Letkemann at 345- 3775. Citizens having bottles or bat- teries to donate are asked to Wave them ready. Interest on Savings Accounts Interest on Free Chequing Accounts FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 3097th St. S. Phone 328-5548 Cjlgsry, Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Medicine Hat, Red Deer, Vancouver, Montreal, Njss.i'i. MEMBER CANADA DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Please send me information on your Guaranteed Certificates of Deposit Address. A Mrrrhanh AiH'T Charm tips and exercises wil be given with activity such as badminton in the last period Mrs. Lewis Stevenson is in structing classes. Men's Keep Fit classes are being held Thursday at D.m. in the Elementary Schoo "tyiffliasium. Ray Stevenson ia iving the 5 BX plan of exer- cises. Activity will be badmin- on, floor hockey or basketball. Rycrson Suggested For University TORONTO (CP) A report i the board of governors of tyerson Polytechnical Institute ecommends that Ryerson be- ome Metropolitan Toronto's hird degree-granting univer- ity. The report, prepared by Prof. McConnack Smyth, a former ean of York University's Atkin- on College, was presented to he board recently. Once Ryerson becomes a de- ,ree-granting institution, i t hould amalgamate with the On- ario College of Art and the To- onto Institute of Medical Tech- ology to form a "Metropolitan Prof. Smyth sug- ests in his report. He urges Ryerson's board ol oyernors to meet with the residents of the city's present niversities, York and Univer- ty of Toronto, "to establish a ommiltee to investigate the eed for a third university ra Metropolitan Toronto." STREET LIGHTING SPARWOOD (HNS) B.C. ydro informed council plans ir street lighting in the Elk- alley are under way and a roposal wiE be forwarded in ue course. M 0 U N T I E POSTED Const. Murray Stephen Lunn, sou of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lunn of Pinchcr Creek, has successfully completed re- cruit training with the RCMP at Ilegina. Const. Lunn is being transferred for duty to British Columbia. He engaged in the RCJIP April 27 and completed recruit training Nov. 2. Bantam Hockey COALDALE (HNS) The bantam hockey program spon- sored by the southern county of Lethbridge regional recrea- tion board will commence Sat- urday, Nov. 7, in the Lethbridge "ce Arena. Games will begin at p.m. All boys in southern county area aged 12 to 14 may play. Five teams have been or- ;anized. When the Coaldale outdoor rink is ready hockey will be played there too. The board is making all ef- brts to have outdoor rinks Tiade at the Hardieville, Mc- Nally, Readymade and Sunny- iide school grounds. Once ready other hockey age groups will also be able to util- ze them. IN HOSPITAL SPARWOOD (HNS) Tony 'isoni, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'etc Pisoni of .Snarwnnd. is a Mtient at the Michel Hospital vith leg injuries he received vhile on a hunting trip with his ather. NO CLARE! Polarized Lenses POLARIZED LENSES completely eliminate annoying glare from water highways and beaches. And now you can have them in your own prescription! Drive more safely. See more clearly. Framed in our zingy new platters, squares, ovals or octagons Specializing in the fitting of iyo Doctor's Prescriptions Prescription Sunglassm Children'! Framej Mognlflert Ropoiri ReasonabU Price! OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO 3d8-7th 6t S LETHBBIDGE Phone 327-3609 Fernie Imposes Curfew KEHN1E fllNS) Kcrnie town council has increased Tines in its current crackdomi on vandalism. Councillors decided recently to impose a curfew on youths 10 years of age and younger. Fines now will be and for first, second and third offences when caught breaking curfew. Speaker To Attend Convention TABER (HNS) Minister o! Social Development, Ray Speaker, will speak at the nom- inating convention for the So- cial Credit Party, Taber-Wam- er constituency, at Taber Wed- nesday, Nov. 25. The meeting has been called for 2 p.m. in the Tower Thea- tre, and notices have been mailed to all present members. A valid membership for seven days entitles a person to vote at the convention. Douglas Miller, MLA since the last provincial election, has announced his intention to stand for nomination at the convention. 'Pass League Meets Sunday PINCHER CREEK (Special) A meeting of the 'Pass Hockey League, this year to be sponsored by the Napi Friend- ship Association, will take place in the Pincher Creek Arena Sunday, Nov. 8 at 8 p.rrr. Six teams make up the league this year. EVACUATE HOSPITAL Pinclier Creek firefighters Iiad no warning when they Vtcrc called by alarm recent- ly to St. Vincent's Hospital. Firemen arrived at the scene within ininufcs. It was a practice drill. Firemen evac- uated four patients from the "danger area" and closed all doors and windows. Fire doors were closed. The ele- vator was lowered to the ground floor. Power and gas were switched off. The drill led to improvement of fire precautionary measures. Limn Photo. Win Trips BELUSVUE (CNF Bureau) The Bellevue Curling Club announced winners of free trips to the National Hockey League games at Vancouver. The winners were Rudy Ruzek and Bob White of Bclle- vuc; Alice Carpenter and Elmer Strandquist of Hillcrest; Mitzi Moore of Coleman; Wil- liam BaSt of Carstairs and Joe Jakobovics of Claresholm. Win- ners can either take the trip for two or 5100 cash. Money is earmarked to pay for the new ice plant for the Bellevue arena. COMMUNITY AUCTION SALES ASSOCIATION LTD. SALES NEXT WEEK WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11 at 11 a.m. REGULAR CATTLE SALE PINCHER STATION SALES YARD On offer will be the regular run of Faf and Feeder cattle plus a special consignment of pregnacy tested Hereford Cows from Gordon MacKenzie, lundbreck. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12 PAKOWKI THIS SALE IS CANCELLED HELD THURS., NOV. 5th KEEP THESE DATES IN MIND. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18th-l p.m. Mixed Cattle Sale Cranbrqok Sales Yard THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19lh at 1 p.m. STOCK COW SALE 650 Pregnancy Tested Stock Cows and Yearling Heiferl Consignments form Bill Glen, Pincher Croek 6 Shorthorn Cross Bred Cows bred to Limousin 30 Hereford Shorthorn Cross Cows bred to Simmentn! 75 Hereford Cows bred to Hereford 4 Hereford Cows bred to Murray Gray, Jenldni Ronch, Pincher Creek. 30 Hereford Cows 10 Hereford Heiferi B Yagos, Pincher 25 Head E. Hahri, Pincher Creek 30 Head Zoratti Ranches, Pincher Creek 20 Head Berl Do Cock, Pincher Creek 25 Head All Animals will be pregnancy Tested Prior to Sols by on Accredited Veterinarian. CONSIGN YOUR CATTLE EARLY Secrelary-Treosursr-ED GROSS 627-2285 Fieldman-DON FITZPATRICK 627-4083 Auctioneer WARREN C. COOPER Licence No. Introducing the NEW... USTER AN EASY, FAST, EFFICIENT AND ECONOMICAL WAY TO GRIND YOUR GRAIN, HAY AND CORN. THE ONLY LOW MAINTENANCE, HIGH CAPACITY, LABOR-SAVING MA- CHINE THAT WILL GRIND AND MIX YOUR HAY AND GRAIN SIMULTANEOUSLY. SAVE HAYING COSTS The Haybuster will grind loose or baled hoy equally well. Strings do not have io be re- moved from bales before grinding. ONE MAN OPERATION The shortage and high cost of labor, has made grinding hay more economical. e MORE PROFIT Why spend your profit on commercial feeds? With a high capacity Haybuster you can maks a complete ration using your own farm produc- ed hay, grain and even field wasle such as chaff, straw or roughage. A LOW-PRICED PORTABLE FEED PROCESSING PLANT THAT GRINDS AND MIXES GRAIN AND HAY SIMULTAN- EOUSLY! DESIGNED ESPECIALLY FOR BALES. THE ANSWER TO THE SMALL FEEDER'S PROBLEMS A feeder can efficiently feed from several hun- dred to several thousand head of coltlc with a minimum investment. BETTER QUALITY FEED AND MORE PROFIT The Haybusfer hammers thr feed breaking it rather than chipping, clc. WHY WAIT AND LOSE MONEY? SEE YOUR "HAYBUSTER" DEALER NOW! For a demonstration on your form without any obligation Call KEN DICKSON at Bus, 327-3165 Res. 32M634 GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 327-3165 ;