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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 1771 THE ICTHBRIDOt HERALD 3 lend Two si for Cranbrook job BARBER KNOWS HIS PATRON Fort Macleod barber Leon Noel knows this head of hair by heart. He should know Hi is patron; hs's been cutting Albert Swinorton's hair for 45 years. In fact, Mr. Ncel has cut just about everybody's hair in town during his las! 47 year's of barbering. Now 70, he is thinking of retiring. On the other hand, he just mighl set up a new barbershop in the old Union Bank Building. Swinarton's Queen's Hotel, she of present shop, is being torn down. Swihart Photo. I K fS'Jcr.'ill Ifmiu 11 I'd Hi? of Ilk'hv ;ivs Vicvnriii i for the North Home arlcr- were submit ted by Mid- valley o MS Lr u f t in n Ud. S2I9.M5 find I, c d i n e h u I'oii.slriK'lion I, I d. o mm' i u 01 awiii'd ipp us 'il c in nf enrly tifivoi'sp u'inlcr ccr.flhions. f'rill for IrmlfTs covered :1 oi-in s' '_piirb ;ind culler find of tins now t tim hr inq Btjkor In Ci nbioo T'( lo North J ouilh ret v'uih will bypass comnirrcu'l arc i Smith Van Home lo Bukcr f-'irect, ard Crarhrook Street [or a h-'ilf mile north of Fourth Street to former city limits al- art.1 standard paved four- lanij uilh curb ami gullcr. IligliWiiy department, pur- chases of residential property the block between Van Home and Cranhrook Strcc-1 have been progressing s'eatlily toward Hiniinaiinp Hie prc.senl two right-anglf inter- sections of Hunir and 0; anlinnl; S'rcols by Fwirlh Slrot'L (JripinoMy Ibis rlf'.s- i a led an ronlc fnr heavy Inieks to eliminate UKMV. from buiincss arra Iraffii.1. Preliminary city cngincri'ing r respopsihilitv budgeted for 1971 I for I he project included diver- sion of Hospital Creek to in- sure against arterial highway flooding and erosion, and was not in the tender. urnler way at Macleocl Heed Hen "pheasants I Kurt Macleod in brief FORT MACLKOD Special) j Roulon Hirsche proposed a -Young Canada Bonk Week toast to the couple who married in Uarrvhobn and l-avc spcnl. Ihrir lives in south Alberta. i They have four children. Mrs. Pal Ellington, and Derm of Kort Maclecd. Dale of Saskatoon and I Edwin of Bellevicu. FORT MACLFQr) Jlr. >I-s. Pru! Drrsch fird and Mrs. Glen Han- have begun their second soason of movies at Blum's Nursing Home and f'ioreer Fnjin .J.inuan, nn'il Anril Mn-v sh' tuo color films pj'ch Wednr at bcfh hnmos. ,coni" KID nalienls and guesis are jnvnlvcri. Ti'o plan yrar is to have movie niphl the first and third Tuesday of each ir.onlh. While it is project of the two retired counles. thoy credit if as the United Church's ouircaeh program. Donations f r o in friends have been available to defray the film rental and Fort Maclijiid citizens travelling to I.efhbridpp have been the filing BUini's Hnmc mrnn- whilc held Iheir thirH annual opt 11 Mali nn K. Lmis'oy hv R (if aM Rhllit ar ending from UTIT nrricf mem hers. Pauline .June Pouring !ca and cu'1" fee to the flf1 pi; -i- v.cre l.'ri'i's froiv. They Mrv. An'-'m Kkr'und. Mrs. Ciarrnce Mrs. Hp-bara Me- anil Miv. Kvn But'nr. of Hluni'.-. Mrs. Kilty I.i'inipL'. Mr-. nWdeii and Mc- per lo ovor .'li in guests. COALDALK (HNS) The 'Ccaklale and District Fish and Grur.e Association is ccncemed ;i hurt the hunting of hen phea- sanb in the area. Seven proposal? urrr put forth at the reoert meeting to l-o lo HIP and Wi'dlifo Division of tlie provin- cial Kovcrnmenl to consider in future years. The proposals arc as follows: "Hen pheasants not to be limited at all when populations are at low levels. "Pheasant seasons should be -cet on a zone basis and1 not on a provincial-wide basis "The opening day of the phea- sant season should be on a Mlm- day and not commencing one- hair an hour before sunrise, but one hour after sunrise. 'Ilabi'ai should be com- menced with at "SX'isrins shorter in length MH! tril to carry on into the hatd munlh of December. limits be arjjusted lo suit local or populations. "More enforcement on the field." These proposals were aNo be- ing sen! to the Zine 1 chairman .Jensen at Champion. Attendance at Hie meeting: members. President Duncan Lloyd pre- sir'rd. The fish derby held last July was of the event was a spectacular "doom's buggic" hill climb si ami by some of the fishermen. Eri (Texi Wicbc. fish chair- man in charge A stcrr and turkey raffle will he sponsored by the association. Thr draw will be made prior to Christmas. First prize is a steer and there uiH be five auxiliary prizes for turkeys. Proceeds will go towards (he group's cmn- murjiy projccK The annual trophy da> and da'ice will Ix1 held Saturday, Feb. 12. in Coaldale. will Ix1 in For! Mac- 'cod. Ti'C Library Hoard has been by members of the .Sew Sew Club in cataloguing children's books. Normally the library is only i open on Saturday afternoons. From Xov. 15 to Nov. 20 it will he open from three to five o'clock in the afternoon. There will he volunteer workers from the library board and the Hew Sew Club to show people around and answer any ques- tions. St. Andrew's Aid met tr, finalise plans for their ac- DICKENSON COLLEGE QUINTET Riccr. Pincln-r Crwl: Woodwind concerts set Folk mass observed MILK RIVER (HNS i The Dickinson Stale College Wood- Thr wind Quintet from Dickinson. Dakota will present spe- cial concert? this week in two Alherla conirnmihie l Audilul'inni niembers of the also work willi the in rehearsals and clinic: KORT MACLF.OD fS'neciali A spr-cial Mission cdncalion hv Hnlv The ladies will entertain al a Roman church deport party Nov. in burnt s j in Nursing Home and Dee. 3 they Tire first concert will he held ccrl will be Ihe Krlc Rivei's .In- arrangemcn Thursday evening in Milk nior and femur Ilich School River in Mm Krlc Rivers High Bands The second com cr! will br h-'ld S u n r] ay afternoon in Pinchor Creek in the Canyon i SV'hool Auditorium al p.m. Music directors in eharge of rd h entertain nonmhcrs of (he Doroihy Douglas Group and all I ladies of Ihe congregation when I thev hold tlirir annual Christ- attending an ecumenical folk mass. Father Gus Roberts, a Scar- boro Mission Father conducterl mas party. On llth hake fpaturing mas foods. Mrs. Pearl Ilulion is presi- dent and Mrs. Gordon Webb the sessions for v.ill hold S'-oups. different age COALDALI-: i UN'S i (insrpe Bcjjanv was recently elected prrsideii! for the 1972 tym nf the CoaUlale aud Di-trict Fish and (lame Association. Others e'ecVd were: Lr'i Stcinbrcnner. pnHi'e'H; Born. MTretary; DOU.L: all. treasurer. Chairmen appointed were: .Jim McQuillan, membership; Jeke Debris, hulklin: John P'.-.cnriruk. publicily: Harold Unper. entertainmcnl; John Laiigotnan. bip prime: lion D'-'ck. bird gfinie: Kf! i Wiebe. fish: Mtl predator: Hans Pfeffcl, pro- jects; Len Sieifibrerner, hunter training: B'jb Maiii7er, fund- raisirg: and John Shendruk. raffles. Duncan IJcyd will ror.linue to serve with new president Mr. Begany !h" annual lro- phy day. Feb. Participating in the folk mass were members of the local ministerial association. The y were Rev. Ron Hunt. Chris! Church Anglican: Rev. George Mrs. -Urn T'.xjn received uonl that her brother. Bill Lcr Cottier from the Isle of Man ha< been notified be will be with a British L'jiv nirc Mernl Nov. 10 in l.or.dnn. Calboiic Women's I sponsors supper COALDALK (IlVSi Thr i Tirhclf nn III Catholic Women'? league of. available frnn Si. Ambrnsc Roman C a Ihnlic and can al 'church here will sponsor qinnfrl jj members depart- Slnples anH Orla i Sli'.mi. The DSC '.'.nod lin fnmposcfl cf ih; of the college ii" ii'pnl. Mcnibers of the arc flute; 1-oran Eekroth. elarinet; John Heard. Gerald .Seela, French hom an'l Diane Pers- fin. bassoon. Between tbe two southern Al- berta the DCS n any member; quintet will perform ss a guest be purchaMy! al 'ensemble at the Cans- rlian Band and Orchestra Di- rectors Convention in Banf{ on (he weekend. 27 raffle arc Tlie projecf will aid Ihe Coal- He wns honored Quern's birthday list. Mr. Collier is being r'zcd for his services in rccog- Trinity United Church. The Centennial Singers, a proup of 40 girls from five de- nominations san? several num- bers. They arc directed by Mrs. Bob Hart. Organist, was Mrs. Jim Collar. Proceeds will go towards as- sisting the CWL lo aid various mission projects. Tlie CAVL decided to adopt a familv of six children in India through the- "Save a Family Fm.d." Crowsncsl Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoyx, Resident Rep., Blaiijnora Thons 562-2149 .suain of the Ramsey Life Boat Jle has w years ser- vice. Furl Mnclrocl native yon, Jim ben-'hip: Tillie recent ly tran.sferrrd to Port Lincoln, South Wales. His wife Sharon and their four children accompanied him. His parents received a clip- pine frnm Die Australian newspaper .--hoxving .Tim sitting on a 10 ton anchor nc1 is about to dismantle. He is wil.h an oil company 1 and will he off-.--hyre drill- inn beginning Dec. 10. i Tlie family of Mr. and Mrs. i John B a flow honored (heir par- i enls at a family dinner on j 43rd weddinp These Are The lethkidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area NATAL, B.C. PAUL CHALA P.O. Box 287 LOMOND MRS LFONARD CHASE General Delivery CARDSTON MRS. CATHERINE HULL ............Gnnfiral DelivRry COW LEY CLARENCE WEEKES................... P.O. Box 7 STAVELV MRS. VIOLET CLANCY Box 52 CRAWRROQK KCM POWELL co The Courier Contact those tor your District or Classified Advertising SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARD Members of the Taber Roman Catholic school board take the oath of office from Taber Justice of the Peace Ross Gibb, far righl. Thsy are, from left: Ronald F. Williams, Roy Blah, Mrs. Johanna Mc- Donald, Hubert C. Pyne and Joseph Chomany, board chair- man. Mr. Pyne is vice-chairman. I calllc iiurlion.s for (Iranhrook sales point CHANMKOOK ing prrl a I ion.s, I hr in i e d ('ommiiniu Aiirt.ion Cranhronk SaVj. Point dreu head selling ;il a tolnl of manafjor Rill Fradford reports. Kales Novcmhcr 17 and Deeember 1, both mixed animals, will eon- chide an apparently successful Prices al Ihe lalesl sale lower. Ihe silu- al.ion in [lie major Can- ad a livrslnrk rr ralvrr- <-w heif S.T In in to hrifr.r yrarlinfis lo S'Jil.T.'i, feodrr cows to and bulls S22 to ir Largest, sinplc consignment entered and sold was 386 head from Ihe Huena Ranch nn St. Mary's Hoserve. Pregnancy IcMcd yearling heifers entered by (iarry nf Cherry Creek jivorayed ret um a head. TIRES 'TIRES UNIROYAL TIRES TIRES I UNIRDYA MORE SNOW TOUGH DRIVING AHEAD! Don't wait nny longer see during our annual and save on tires REMEMBER LAST WINTER? INSTALL 'EM NOW! SAVE ON ALL SIZES ALSO FITS OUR PRICE 15.50 18.30 18.35 18.95 18.65 19 30 20.70 23.35 25.50 19.85 19.65 30.80 TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT SPECIALS! BRAKFS SHOCKS BALANCE ALIGNMENT Make your cor even more dependable Let Kirk's Service Deportment give your car a FREE SAFETY CHECK! SIZE 520-10 550-12 600-13 700-13 (595. U E7cl.U cud I G7S-U ond 15 H73-U nnd 1 S 6C5-15 7.15-15 J73-15 Wl-itewalh sliglitly more Otlior 5i7es nt comparnble pricrs. 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