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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurday, Novomlicr 14, 19X0 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 rict news FAU, TEA, COALDALK (HNS) The fall tea and bazaar sponsored by the Coaldalo Cominunily II o s p i tal Women's Auxiliary will be hold from 'i to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18, in the hos- pital board room. ANNUAL MEETING PINCHEH CREEK (Special) Senior Citizens and Old Age Pensioners will hold their an- nual meeting and supper Wed- nesday, Nov. Ill, at 0 p.m. in the United Church basement. NOT AVAILABLE CQALDALE (HNS) The Southern Regional Recrea- tion Board learned recently they would not be able to have joint use of the outdoor skat- ing at the Lethbridge Pro- vincial Jail. The board had contacted the warden to check the possibility of such an arrangement. FAIR HOARD TABER (HNS1) A meeting of the Taber Community Fair Board has been called by chairman R. (Bill) Pyrch for Tuesday, Nov. 17, at the CPE station. Business cf the meeting mil include the 1971 prize list, set- ting up a budget for advertis- ing, booklet and discussion of financing the 1971 fair. BOIL WATER SPARWOOD (HNS) Dr. Hopper ol the East Kootenay Health Unit has asked that no- tices be posted requesting resi- dents of Natal to boil all drink- ing water. He stated tests done of the Natal water supply re- cently proved satisfactory. As a safety precaution he advised drinking water be boiled. SPECIAL EVENING TABER (HNS) "A Special Evening" at the Taber Central School auditorium Monday, Nov. 16, will observe two anni- versaries, the 10th of Central Parent Teachers' Association and the 60th of the opening of Central in the fall of 1910. Events will get under way at 8 p.m. In view of the present plans for a new school and the de- molition order for the present Central, recognition will be given to the role of this build- ing in Uie education of Taber people over the past 60 years. MIT SIIOI'UI'TINO PINCHEH CllKEK (Special) Merchants of Pinchcr Creek are going to wage war against pcrsislent shoplifting. T here have been recent convictions in magistrate's court and more are to follow. With "get tough" policy chants' spokesman this new the mcr-1 said the names of all convicted parties will be publicized regardless of social status. UNIFAHM PAIILEY PINCHER CREEK (Special) Unifarm District No. 1 will meet Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 8 p.m. in the MD Building for the purpose of electing three delegates to the annual conven- tion to be held in Edmonton Dec. 8 to 11. QUEEN CONTESTANTS The Picture Butte Lions Grey Cup Queen will be chosen Saturday, Nov. 28, at the Picture Butte Lions Grey Cup right, Diana Dbvies, Arlene Ramius, Karen Kosta, Shirley Chrupka. The girls are all from the town of Picture Butte or surrounding oreo. served at Taylor Stake supper and party RAYMOND (HNS) A large percentage of the membership of the LDS Taylor Stake was served a full course dinner at the culture centre for the an- nual Taylor Slake supper and party. A total of about people were served dinner and enjoy ed the evening entertainment. Dinner was served from 5 to 3 p.m. in the main hall where tables set to serve 350 at one time. Mr. and Mrs. Athol Cooper were in charge of the dinner portion of the evening. Working with them were committees or- ganized for each portion of the dinner from the setting of the tables to the serving of the drinking water. Mrs. L. D. Watson arranged le program which was pro- duced by Mrs. Richard Chip- nan. Talent for the variety con- came from the wards and branches of the stake. Featured were the best artists available for musical numbers. Two young women introduced each artist. They appeared in costume appropriate to the num- ber. The introductions were made in a most clever manner which delighted the audiences. The same program was pre- sented a number of times dur- ing the evening. There were Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCUtATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 SPECIAL STOCK COW SALE PINCHER STATION SALES YARD Thursday, Nov. 19th at 1 p.m. 600 HEAD 600 PREGNANCY TESTED STOCK COWS AND HEIFERS Consignments from; Bill Glen, Pincher Creek; Zorafti Bros. Pincher Creek; B. Yagos, Pincher Creek; Jenkins Ranch, Pinchcr Creek; Lewis Waring, Pincher Creek; George Fitzpatrick, Twin Butte Wednesday, Nov. 18th at 1 p.m. MIXED CATTLE SALE CRANBROOK SALES YARD Wednesday, Nov. 25th at 1 MIXED CATTLE SALE PINCHER STATION a.m. AU 5AIES CONDUCTED BY COMMUNITY AUCTION SALE ASSOCIATION LTD. PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA PHONE 627-3466 Interest on Savings Accounts Interest on Free Chequing Accounts FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Red Dear, Vancouver, Montreal, Nassau. MEMBER CANADA DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORAriOM Please send me information on your Guaranteed Certificates of Deposit Address. those who remained to hear the artist for a second time. Those seen on stage were Lauri Chipman and Marrian Evans, who introduced each number; Janice Gurncy; Ruhy Fletcher and family; Mary Ba- Sportplex committees co-ordiiiated COALDALE (HNS) Con- struction on the Coaldale and District Sportplex's first stage may begin this week. Gerd Voelske of Coaldale is the construction supervisor ap- pointed by the town. Councillor Ben Reimer com- mended council for its choice of Mr. Vcelske at a recent coun- cil meeting. Twelve persons will serve as the Coaldale and District Sport- plex Building Committee. Then- names were recently submitted to council by Councillor Reimer as recommended by the south- ern regional recreation board. Council had requested the names. They are: Jake Klassen, Tom O'Hanlan, Gailen Neville, Jim Taylor, Frank F. Wiens, W. D. Geldert, Charles Bryant, Mrs. Elizabeth Ens and George King, all of Coaldale; Francis Wright, Sunnyside; Norman Ober, Readymade; and Danny Mc- Quinn, Hardieville. A fund raising committee was appointed earlier this sum- mer. Council now wants the two committees to work together as the Sportplex co-ordinating com- mittee. Mayor A. F. Blakie is ex of- ficio member of all commit- tees appointed by council. Councillor Reimer told coun- cil he would call a meeting of the co-ordinating committee in the very near future. ker; Greg and Scott Wolsey; Jeannine Jensen and children; Ramona McClung; Gunncld An- derson; Douglas Caslleton; S. W. King, Douglas and Jeffery Hill; Denise Hamilton; E t h e Hiekcn; Venessa Hamilton anc a chorus of young singers. While most of Ihe adults of the stake were enjoying the va- riety program the small chil- dren were having a great time at the auction. It was conducted by auctioneer Robert Graham. The young children were just as enthusiastic over a 10 cent ar- ticle as their parents ever are at an auction sale. Two contest MD election November 29 TABER (HNS) The statu- tory meeting of the Taber MD council was set for "on or be- fore Dec. 9" to comply with the MD act. Elections set for Wednesday, Nov. 29, will be held in two divisions. In division 3, Mike Ohashi is contesting the seal on council held by reeve Nephi J. Jensen, voting to take place at Grassy Lake, Purple Springs, and at the seed clean- ing plant office at Fincastle. For division 7, north Vaux- hall, Peter Unruh is seeking to oust councillor Ben Friesen. Voting will take place at the Circle Hill hall and at the Jacob Remple residence. Hoop victories NOBLEFORD (Special) Noble Central High Basketball teams opened the season with wins as Bladettes defeated Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks 29-26 and Blades de- feated Nobleford Men's 39-29. Plan referendum Dec. 12 on for schools CRANBROOK Dec. 12 referendum through the school district on munici- pal election day has been an- nounced by Cranbrook s c h o ol board for approval of expenditure, provincialty share- able. About is for T e n t h Avenue Primary School im- provements, roof repair, heat- ing plant replacement and in- side refinishing. Core of Uie school was built in 1909 as St. Mary's parish school, and it was subsequently until purchase by Cran- brook city school board for its growing high school and ex- panded later with brick wings and brick veneer in 1928 to meet increased enrolment. Auditor- ium gymnasium is a recent addition. Remainder of the re- quested amount is for Amy Woodland Elementary grounds and building improvements. The department gave the axe to the board's further proposal for a small primary school in Gordon Terrance for financial reasons. With its announcement of the December referendum Uie board also reports the near- completion of its new Parklanc elementary junior secondary school al Second Avenue and South llth Street to be occupied by the 450 pupil enrolment for the second year on shift with Laurie School enrolment across town. Parkland at stalled October, 19C9, when the board innovated contracting directly for materials and trades tlirough a co-ordinator it named Frank Basarab, with objective of spring or September occupa- tion. Carpeting delivery was most recent delay, but it has now arrived and the board mentions early occupation, but lias named no specific date. COUNTRY NEWS These Are Thelefkbridge Herald Correspondents In Your Area VAUXHALL MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. Box 239 5T1RUNG MRS. MILDRED HARDY General Delivery TABER ROSS GIBS General Delivery WARNER MRS. PEARL tIEBELT General Delivery Contact those people for your District Newi or Classified Advertising Seeking the title are, left to a, Wendy Casson and Gai! surrounding area. S. P. Johnson L r JL WARNER (HNS) The Lethbridge Ministerial Association held its recent meeting in the Memorial Evangelical Church here. Rev. Larry Hankinson is president and Rev. William Gamble acting secretary. A member of the association will act on the mental health board. Youth of the Warner community will be asked to share in the advertising of a cancer film being presented in the church basement each Sunday in November under the direction of Cecil Gordon, past-president of the cancer society. Larry Kilpatrick, representative of Inter-varsity Fellowship and David Berg, an intern who has been in the Lutheran Church in northern Alberta for the past tlsree years, were both introduced. Rev. T. E. .lesskc of Medicine Hat. serving his sixth term as conference superintendent, spoke about the Canadian Congress of Evangelism held meet at cenlly at Ottawa. He was very disappointed there was very ittle new on the congress and no television coverage at all. In December on Man Alive one workshop with Dr. Leslie ilunt as moderator will be shown. Mr. Jcsskc read highlights from the conference. One minister was able to speak in almost every major "Ministers are the servants: there must be a church renewal how will it come? Social concern is part of the gospel today. There must be a love of Christ and an awareness of Christ." All speakers said the basic fundamental needs of the church today arc the same as the needs of pioneer days: c I c a r, unbiased, unashamcc gospel to a world in need. We must know how to meet the problems and attack with a new approach to the present old time religious train in a new, modern way. Mr. Jesske said the young people today are serious, honest but very confused and arc searcliing, and someone the right someone, must be there to help. Christians must come together as brothers in Christ. There must be unity in fellowship. nd party All funds for the evening entertainment will be used for financing of stake buildings and stake work during the coming Golf course road improved MAGRATH (HNS) Municipal crews are rebuilding the golf course road under the direction of public works supervisor Garth Coleman. Two earth moving machines, along with a caterpiller and scraper, trucks and eight men are changing the dusty road which passes west of the Ma-grath Cemetery from Highway 62. Popularity of Magrath's golf course prompted the request to the provincial government. A special grant over the usual road grant made the improvements possible. When the road is gravelled the cost will be Next spring a "cold mix" oil covering will be laid. Landscaping is planned for the old Canal Hill along Highway 62 where dirt has been removed for road party held IRON SPRINGS Batlcrsea Women's Institute held the first of a series of card parties at the home of Mrs. T. Nolan recently with five tables of whist being played. Prizes for high scores were won by Mi'. H. Anderson and Mrs. A. Goode. The next card party will be held at the home of Mrs. R. Harvie Nov. WEST BRAND 34-0-0 BAGGED FEiTEUZER Reg. a Ton SCI) SPECIAL Delivered SIMILAR SAVINGS ON OTHER TYPES OF FERTILIZERS BEFORE DEC. 31, 1970 B K Delivery I Storage 515 2nd St. 5. Phone 328-2055 quilts PINCHER CREEK (HNS) -Capt. McPhail Chapter of the IODE recently heard Mrs. Joy Cameron, services secretary, report four quilt tops were finished. Mrs. Stella Robertson, a non-member, had knit six chil-drens' sweaters, other articles handed in were one pair of sox, one pair of mitts, a crib quilt top and two teen velvet dresses. M' any more books and magazines had also been Supper tonight COALDALE (HNS') The annual chow mein supper sponsored by the Coaldale Anglican Church of the Ascension will be held from 5 to p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14, in the Coaldale Community DRYING TOUGH MONDAY AND SAVE DURING OUR SUPER SNOW TIRES AVAILABLE IN ALL SIZES AT CARLOAD LET OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT GET YOU SET FOR WINTER PRICES! This h the amazing Snow cmd Snowless Tire you can put on right now for snow or bare pavement drivingl DON'T FORGET OUR EXTRA FULL 4, PLY NYLON SNOW TIRES ANY SIZE............ STUDS INSTALLED AT NOMINAL COST! 18 No Trade Required! Whitewalls 2.50 Extra! Free Mounting! Convenient Terms! TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT SPECIALS! TIRE SALES LTD. LETHBRIDGE TABER 1621 3 Ave. S. 6201 50 Ave. Plionc Phone THE BEST DEAL FOR EVERY WHEELI 327-5985 ;