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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta g THE LETHtlRIDGE HERALD Thursday, November 25, 1971 Ranch adds new residence North side sewer expansion under discussion at Coaldale COALDAI.K (HNS) Num- erous special meetings of coun- cil coinmillccs will held to Tun-' Tlic residence will house iip recently! to Hi trainees plus personnel m aduit! Completion dale is ex- SimriM' pectrd I" In1 A Hill addition is "ring 'limit on I" tin' present The workshop .section is also With the re "Imzzing" with activity. i is i-xpeeled ah Christmas decorations, lawn will train and cliairs and picnic tables are oils opci'aliuiu being made. There will lie a Mlciur -.pace It discuss town husincss ,111 IM retardates next few weeks. inl'l; ill the vuri- in Hie in lo me pitsciii HI 11" j by members (if the staff j display of these articles and a i HIO >VLtIV. and materials are fibre develop to their full potential. manager of the ranch coin-1 and seven plex. I trainees. full time can become conlnbiiting mem- A eouneil committee of the whole will meet Monday, Dec. study propels the town could iimlerlakc which would he cli- gihlc for assistance under the federal-provincial winter works program. It was noted that the projects lilakie. Peter Letkeinunn and would have lo be high in labor requirements. groups will request- ed to submit suggestions for projects prior to this meeting. It is hoped to arrange for a representative from Canada Manpower to be present. committee chairman. A study of tho sigas along He reminds council on u the highway in the lown will need lo give an in depth "uay bo conducted bv a committee; on this project. compromising M a y o r A. F. I In order to obtain n true pic- water and sewer com- mittee will meet today to dis- cuss the proposed northside water and sewer expansion pro- ject. lure, councillor Foxall has re- quested a report on all the de- bentures on which the lown has obligations. The northside project, ac- cording to engineering esti- mates, can cost about Engineering plans have been completed. Earlier the town's bid was accepted subject lo lo- cal authorities and approval of the Joan. COOKIES AND JUICE Fort Macleod Nursery School i'.V-s. Doris Davis, at piano, explains the intricaciea of a r'Vhm band selections to bandsmen. Mrs. Shirley left, background, waits for the music. After the bim, bang, boom session they will enjoy cookies and juice and rr.cybe even a trip to the Fort Macleod Auction Market or the public library. There's room for additional pupils. They meet Monday, Wednesday and Friday from to 1 a.m. Bandsmen are, from left, Karen Davis, Joel Hunt, Andrea Short, Robbie Bekius John Besie and Michele tindgard, all four years of age, Swihart Photo. Special i: Used clothing sent to Saddle Lake mission COALDALE (IINS'i The Eva Greer Vniled Church Women Icr.rncd elcht buses of vcrv good used shipped tn the Saddle Lake mission. P'ackinc was done In Mrs L. M. Vaselcnak. Mrs. J. R. Per- ry and Mrs. Ra'.ph King of the Two letters nf thanks were read from Lau lions; Mir.o. the group's adopted Korean hoy A letter was also received from Her. .John Moules. After a one-year term here, he now serves the United Church in the Calgary Lakevicw district. made for the conQiegatiraal supper to be held Friday, Nov. 13. Lunches ho served Sun- dn the members of the i jr committee Mrs. Alex Enron presided at the meeting in the absence of president Mrs. Eugene Grcgo- rash. Mrs. Ivan Meyers, in her de- votional presentation, remind- ed women present of the com- ing Advent season and its meaning. She read a story en-! titlrd The Three Wise. Women supposedly being the wives of; the Three Wise Men in the Bible. i Several members will assist i nt the open house, Saturday. Dec, 4 ai the John Davidson j School when Mrs, Dorothy Pickering will be honored on her retirement after 31 years of teaching here. Nominating committee for the 1972 officers was appointed. It comprises Mrs. John Vasel nak, Jlrs. A. C. Harris and i at p.m. Sunday. Nov. Mrs. Gladys Noble. in the- Church Hall. Members were remineded to Lunch will be served by the There's work to be done and the Federal Government's Special Employment Plan is putting S498 million to work to help create more jobs for Canadians. Your community can benefit by creating a project that will bring more employment and improve the community through the Local Initia- tives Program. Workers may improve their skills or learn new ones through the extended Canada Man- power Training Program. People with little work experience can re- ceive training because thb government will assist employers financially through the Training-on- the-Job Program. For information, rnntant_your nearest Canada Manpower Centre. Canada works Canadians get involved. Canada Works Manpower Ktaiiwtouvm and Immigration el Immigration bring their Mite Boxes to the Eva Greer Dec. 15 meeting. i Women. Following the business meet- ing the group attended the tea and bazaar of the Coaldale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary. Rev. Albert Baldeo, minister of the Coaldale United Church, wUl show films about Trinidad Many Varieties There are ICO or more varie- ties of the banana in existence. iliil YEARS OLD The banjo was first played by American Negroes towards the close of the tilth century. Church Otto Lang. Minister Olio Mmislrt Cup Specials! TELEVISION Enjoy the Grey Cup with a brand new Admiral Black and White or Color TV All backed by factory guarantee 19" ADMIRAL PORTABLE BLACK and WHITE TV With Antenna. GREY CUP SPECIAL 12S .95 23" ADMIRAL BLACK and WHITE BOY" TV GREY CUP SPECIAL, WITH TRADE ,95 FORT MACLEOD ELKS HONORED Fort Macleod Elks gather at a long-service recognition ceremony. Exalted ruler Bud Williams of BPOE lodge 129, Fort Macleod, and Clarence Schnarr, past-district deputy exalted ruler, at front, presented long-service pins to members, back row, from left, Ron Tilbe, Alfred Vallieres, Soren Holmgaard, Charlie Edgar; and second row Everett Chugg, Dick Schiutema, Ted Swihart and Deri Kingston. Swihart Photo. raised at Pinclicr PINCUF.R CREEK (Special) I The IIMCEF committee of Pincln-r Creek report that the sum of raised hy the boxes on Ilallo- u'een. The amount has for- lo in C'al- The collections were from tho Livingstone school, Lundhrfck, St. Michael's, Canyon. (V-nlral and Mallhew Ilalton schools of Pinchcr Creek. A special mention of money from the residents of ('restview Senior IjodRe is The residents keeps a UMCEF Ixix in tuck shop and miy extra they h a v t( the year Rocs into this in readiness for ttui collec- I Iron. Tlu- UNICEF committee Is grateful to all who participated in any way. It has ln-t'ii rt'tmrted from the I'nilfd Nations that ItU per cent of all money collected reaches thft needy people. The programs nro geared to help the mothers and their children. 19" ADMIRAL PORTABLE COLOR TV In decorative colors (Stand GREY CUP SPECIAL, WITH TRADE------ 26" ADMIRAL CABINET COLOR TV 569 GREY CUP SPECIAL, WITH TRADE ,95 .00 KEEP YOUR REFRESHMENTS COLD WITH AN ADMIRAL 13 CU. FT. FROST FREE REFRIGERATOR ADMIRAL 26" CONSOLE COLOR TV 679 GREY CUP SPECIAL, WITH TRADE 339 .95 GREY CUP SPECIAL, WITH TRADE .95 Memorial service RLAIKMOKK (CNP Hureain Joseph the Worker Coun- cil Knights of Columbus held a memorial service in the Jllair- moro Credit I'nion Hall. Tiw event was bv Grand Knight Kric Pricn and the eulogies of deceased mem- Itors U'crc tfiven Knights Bixmu and .lolm Sikora. lEnjoy the game seated in a NEW RECL1NER priced froni tis low as.................. Ladies! Relax in your own SWIVEL ROCKER. Good choice of decorative colors. 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