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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta rGvernor c FOIIICMOST (K'leciali I successful IJons cluh am! in- ,ions District (iovernor IMilio vilod his audience to mca-ine Bulokoski of Ix-lhbridgc dial- the effectiveness of their o'.vn longed (lie Koroniosl Lions to program against criteria. become "lolally involved" dur- j "The successful lie mid ing a speech mad'.1 here at the i them, "needs a major service weekend. activity which the cojnmnnily Mr. iiolokoski was g u c s t both needs and wants. There sneaker at the Foremost club's must, also be successful fund I annual charier night held I raising projects for lire activity .ions Wednesday, November 10, 1971 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Foremost Community Hall. In his address. Mr. BolokoskJ ard good internal and relations. In addition. Rumcmbrtmce MORE POWER FOR TABER Calgary Power's new 20 million watt volt transformer station north of Taber, to be put into operation before the year-end, will assure more reliable service and voltage control for the community. Seen here are Bob- dan Krewsun of San Diego, Calif., and Jim C. Coles of Calgary mounting "hardware" on the steel structure which will carry the high tension cables to and from the transform- er station. The work is being done under contract by McGregor Telephone and Power Co. of Calgary. New substation for Taber TABER (HNS i Consistent with its policy of upgrading ser- vices throughout lhe southern part of Alberla. Calgary Power j Ltd. will commission a new siep-down substation before the New Year, says .lim Clarke. CP1. dislricl manager here. The substation, now under construction, is located one rnile north of Trbcr's town lim- its on the soulh side of the Old- man River adjacent to a high tension owe r line installed some years ago. Mr. Clarke says the substa- tion is designed to increase the reliability of service and main- tain voltage control for Lhe Ta- ber district. It will eventually replace the company's existing substation two miles west of Taber which lias been in ser- vice since Students transfe TABER i HNS) A total of James L. George to the divi- sional board of trustees. Included in the total are tii Catholic students who are al- tending the public schools, and III non-Catholics attending St. Mary's High School. Of the -it; Catholic students, most previously attended the public .schools. Some have one parent adherent lo the C: tholic faith. Of the in non-Catholics at St. Mary's, lo had attended the public school last year. .Some are attending the separate school to take advantage of the semester system. Early in the school year. Iv.o students from St. had Estimated to cost more than a quarter million dollars, the substation will step down volt- age from lhe line's 138.000 volts lo volts for further voll- age reduction for commercial, industrial, residential and rural use. It. has a capacity of 20 megawatts (20 million and the single transformer weighs 120 tons. The volt, transformer is the first of a two stage pro- posal for the project. Next year, plans call for a 133.000 to 69.000 volt step-down Irans- T, former which will enhance ser- Murs pAlieaih "sctao 'The-ice to outlying areas through M.MMS public high school. conncctjng the lajor south-Alberta centres. This second transformer will proved one application and re-, he moved here from While- fused the other. court. Installation of transform- Mr George recommended to ers and electrical work is under the hoard Hint in future years.: contract to McGregor Telc- schonl principals he directed to phone and Power Co.. Calgary, refuse registration of transfer: whose local foreman is Jim students at. lhe first of the j Forai. Banquet Nov. 16 NOBLEFORD amendment recommended by Tlic wind-up banquet for the the teachers. Nobleford Babe Kuth and Lit- As a result, schools will dis-. tic League teams will he held nms for the Christmas vaca- in the Legion Hall Nov. Ikm period at p.m. Wed-: For further information, con- iK'.-day. Dee. 22 rather than at tart coaches. Frank Jankunis noon on the following day. i and Charlie Sjogren. RAYMOND UINSi N. Wells, president of lhe Hay- ir.ord Branch of lhe Canadian Legion has announced the Re- membrance Day program for Nov. II. HI71. All ex-service men from any war. cadets. Boy Scouls, (Iir> Guides and Brownies will fall in at a.ir.. at the Canadian i Legion Memorial Hall to pa- i rnde to the chapel for the in- j door service. liev. Baldeo of the United! Church will give the nemem- brance Day memorial oration. j Douglas S'enica will be the solo- I 1st. an all Raymond eh u re h choir will sing the hymns. i From the chapel all will march to the cenotaph for the outdoor and the placing of t'ne wreaths. Bugler Paul II. Redd will sound laps for his olllh anni- versary. Mr. Redd commenced his musical training w i t h the Raymond Bugle Band in 1309 i under the direction of the late I William S. Rouse. When he joined the service in Firsl Great War. he was apnoinled to the Canadian RAF Band and was stationed in Toronto until he, received his discharge from the Air Force in 1918 in De- cember with the rank of second lieutenant. In I'r.io he lhe bugler for the first memorial service at Raymond, ly ha1 missed one year being al hi- post for lhe service and at Ilia' time he was out of for a brief lime. CWL buxy COL'TTS I HNS) The No- vember meeting of tlie (Joints CWL was held at the home of Mrs. Bob Blackmcr with Mrs. n. as co-hostess. with Ki members present On Nov. 17 at Heather's House of Hair, Coutts, the CWL will raffle two cakes with pro- ceeds to IK sent to the Kasl Pakistan Missions. All profits made that day in the beauty shop will donated to the same cause. The Parish Christmas party gift exchange for the Decem- ber meeting, lo he held on the first Wednesday of the month. The group will serve two ban- quets. The first .Ian. Hi. for a United Church Conference and the second Feb. -4. for the Southern Alberta Outcloorsmcn. ings, information Ihat is read- ily coininiiniciiLcid and a slrunp j dcvt'ldpnii'iil and relent inn program. The krywnril sluwrl by (lie ili-ili-ict KipvcTnoi1 ttJii iiivulve- im.'iil. anil I IK; was is- Mii'd In the dun to go oul and iptere.sl iho young people in Uonism, and to get llicni into tin; club and into community .service. A smaller i-rawd than in n i-ent vejjrs was on liand due to oilier rointmmily functions and tlie mrlem e n t weather il cvcnnif, undii UK ilniil i n of fu t K pn siflent oil Clifford Kile. IV dueled by the Deputy Dislrict Governor Ken Kosncr of Tabtr. In civing his annual report of the activities of tlic cluh. Presi- dent [y.uild Ziclkc reported a highly successful year and out- lined many of the projects in which the cluh had been in- volved He praised the team- work shown by the I.ions and their wives on many of these projects. Three special awards were presented for outstanding ser- vice at local, zone, district and international liaison IcvcLs, Re- ceiving awards from Zone Chairman Ted rtudd of Wren- Iliam were Past President Hap Bates and Treasurer Cecil Dil- ienbcek. The third award, to Secretary George Whittle, was received on bis behalf by his wife Mickey, as Mr. Whillle is still hospitalized following a se- rious accident earlier this year. A l.'t year service pin was presented to Sol Weber by .Mike W oicd I IHN.SI riu> estai.- lishmenl of a board-teacher ad- c'oniuii'.U'C in thf Taber Sthoij] ision hns been ap- proved by both inislees' and leachrr groups. i The new advison coininitU'C i provides an opportunity for trustees and teachers to meel in friendly "face to face" con- versation to discuss matter1-; of mutual concern, out of which may come recommendations for action to cither group. I Committee members hip 1 comprised of trustees Heber 1. Anderson. Marvin H. Torrie and Allen and teachers Mrs. Kalhy Sanderson. Morgan i Johnson and Arthur Horoviich. j Tlie first mcctine of the board teacher advisory oon> 1 mitlec is scheduled for Mon- day, November 15th. (Ill ANI'M 11 INS i The (Jranum lil'd lOlks and tlie La- dies of the Hoyal Purple are sponsoring a danec in tlie. 'Iranum Commuriils' Hall on Nov. III. :i p m. lo 2 a.m Ticb'ls lilil-l lie in advance at PIT cnuplf. They are from Alan Mon- ro and Mrs. (leorge i Virginia I KidiMch. Lunch v.ill be served. 'I'h" proceeds are to go toward fixing the flooi of the Commun- ity Mail. Mrs. .lack i.lohamisl Mac- kintosh wa-; for the Aid of lhe Kroi riiinch of .lumho Fiillowing ih" general' lni.'-i iv-s (Christmas plans fli-ciis-.crl and a "h'ji' de- volional held 'I h'' o''M b" in llv I lie ir-lll'l Christ MI.-C. Hjnn''i !ti" InHt.'aild.s united and will held Oc. i; Tlie mi-elinp will lie at home of Mrs. S Byer A meeting oi Cub leaders, members of the Boy Scout group committee and parents iva.- held in the Alex .Mac- Cregor School. Mr. ami Mrs. Torn Blair. Tub leadr-rs. announced they would be resigning at Christ- mas time. A new leader is be- ing soughl, Anyone interested in lieing a leader i.s asked lo contact Mrs. Blair or Mrs. Charley (Jean) Barnes. The Boy Scouts and Cubs will have Christmas trees and nuts for sale on Saturday, Dec. 11. .More dislricl on Id commit! p r i n c .superinlejident. ap- -Vern Dccoux Photo. CATS ADOPT ORPHAN PUPS Thr Crowsncst Pass Society for tbc Prevention of CnjHiy to Anlmnls line) n bunrli of pups and no onr to look nftor them until ihcso two ceil1, look ovrr. Thr Corrjir-Pomorriinicin nrp sbaii'iq mral? with the k'ttens. The bttf.li was poi-T'ti'-rl. Thrv honr !o find homes in lime for CRANBROOK FOR LEASE sq. ft. of ground Ifvol sparo in r-ornmrrcinl nron of cjrowinfj nipci. Available Doc. 1st. KOOTENAY OFFICE OUTFITTERS LTD., 30 9lh Avenur Soulh, CRANBROOK, B C. '126-2341 Shi club lo hold sale Rh.MRMdRK i ('.NT Burcnii' of I lie follovinq lunnbcrs (or To cek'brale Iho Golden Wedding Anniversary MURIEL AND OLE JESPFRSEN Thoir family you lo Open Housr 7 to -1 p. Srilui Hoy, Novrriihm 13ih ni Hirir ror-IHonrn, fol' planning to hold a sale of _( C. 1' thorn lo I ho ski hut ;uirl Nov. ,.l ami thp Thr club is .sohnlmj; ainono m) pn. (.on, nmimjssjnn h.'ts any ski or ,'my lypo [KiKjs n! .sportim: rqitipmnil to don- lrho lhat ale lo tlx- cluh lo phone any uhrn jioofl.s, (his includes any type of poods .such as skalos, skis, ski polos, rifles, guns, boats, Ivisehall cjlovos prac- lii-ally to do roe- rojilion. The Mile i1; heiiij: held fur l.hr convonioiKT of the public aiul to try lo promote more visil.s lo orr.N HOUSE FROM P.M. SA1UKDAY, NOVtMRER 13th nt )lx (nun nl Mnrqnrrt nnd Clnrnnrr Jri.prrsfn, Itibn, Alln j HAS MOST nn.ns A survey of cliikfren Iho pro-si'lintil ehild l.hc greatest of colds. Jordan Now Featured at SPECTACULAR SAVINGS ANNUAL SALE OF FINE Cheap Carpet at a Cheap Price is NOT Good Value! The SMART SHOPPER will buy the Best Quality at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE and deal with someone she can Trust! Jordans Reputation has been built on 42 Years of quality and value service and integrity. these outstanding Bargains Now! No Down Payment! Convenient Terms! Village Fair Gny, carefree nylon shag Iri-coloui harmony..... Saxony Plush Nylon Jubilee Sale A boldly sculptured pallcin by lip-shoornd pilp. Multi-colourrd yarns oi Du- Ponl Cnrpel Nylon........ q. yd. Endless Summer Sale Saxony Sale Trade Winds 1 h r rxtihnq tpl CCin.-frrr Cnliforninn sly of ionq pilr Nytnn Shag. Wild, tumbled disotroy vjbronl now coloitri Sale Sale luxury nylon (wist with a beautiful roncje oi colours............. In Home Service! If you are unable to come in, plione any one of Jordan's stores for ad- vice and estimate without oblig- ation. Escapade Sale The niprr nylon slioq duiublr nnd pradiral in c aolo colour lelcction sq. yd. Convenient Terms Available Be sure lo pnlci youc mimr in Ihc lien chaw for ci 1972 Firenici and Trip for 2 to Jnmaicci Downtown ctl Joidniu Jordans DOWNTOWN at 315 6th Street South, Phone 327-1103 ;