Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 15

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 45

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE IHHBR1DGE HEKAID Saturday, Noranlinf 28, 1970 p of District News ZZZ Sell cards Eye winter games PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) -I PINCHER CREEK (Special) The 1st Picture Etitte Ranger I A team of girls from this Company lias decided to sell community could possibly par- UNICXSF Christmas cards as a I ticlpato in (lie Second Canada service project. Hie inexpen- sive cards are being sold by the Rangers to aid the needy overseas. Winter Games to be held m Saskatoon in February of 1971. They would take part in girls' curling. Bach community In southern tactel it anyone wishes to buy these cards. Plan dance NOBLEFORD The Nobleford branch of the Royal Canadian Legion plans a New Year's Eve Frolic. Tick- ets may be obtained from any Legion member. The Mclntosh Orchestra will play. realized PINCHER CREEK (Special) With Uie co-operation of many children, their parents, school officiate and other con- cerned persons, the Halloween UNICES' collection reached an all-time high with being realized. The bulk of the money was collected by the children of the Pincher C r e e k Hutterite Col- ony Crest View Lodge resi- dents, the Student Council of Livingstone High School and fines on overdue books collect- ed at the Matthew Haltnn High School library. Needy children of the world will benefit from lias co-opera- tion of citizens of the district, said tTNICEF officials. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-0AY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION 55! MAICO SMITH-JONiS HEARING AID SERVICE RIPIBY OPTICAL 418 3rd Ays. S, Pkons 328.5447 spiel. The top meet at Pincher Creek Dec. 5 and 6. Ths ffiiuiing rink will go on to the provincial elimina- tions. Regional eliminations for Pincher Creek arid district will be held on Sunday, Nov. 23, at the Pincher Creek Curling Rink. To enter, members of the team must be under the age of 21 as of Jan. 1, 1971, must be a Canadian citizen and a resident of Alberta for ax months prior to the games. Register uith the recreation office, 627-4322 or write Box 159, Pincher Creek prior to Fri- day, Nov. 27 at 5 p.m. A fee oE js per rink be charged. FLOWER SHOW BOW ISLAND A flower; show will be held in the Fore- most United Church, Monday. Nov. 30, from 3 to 5 p.m. with arrangements to be shown by the Bow Island House of Flow- DESIGNS CREST John Sylka, Grade 8 student of Noble Csnlral School, Nobleford, created this crest for the north county recreation district. II is colored black and pale purple and was chosen from 109 entries. Crests are available at the north recreation office, tele- phone 732-4774. New laboratory approved TABEB (HNS) The estab- lishment of a new laboratory facility "fully capable of doing the majority of the laboratory requirements of patients of this district" was authorized by the directors of Taber Genera! Hos- pital recently. The new lab will be located in the west end of the old resi- 1 dence for nurses east of the hos- pital, and trill be connected by a walkway to the east entrance of the hospital. Crowded condition in the pres- ent laboratory, where floor space is one third of that re- quired for the present workload, and the non existence of out- COALHURST MOBILE HOMES AmteuMex tfca opening of their MEW MOD1RN PARK and SALES HIGHWAY 3, WEST Country living with city conveniences, extra large, fully serviced Only 10 mlnuiss from Downtown Letfv brldga via 4 lone divided highway, Dsalen For TtfXIDO MANOR TEDS CHINOOK MOBILE HOMES See JACK or MARS LOOK hr all yeur 'Mobile Phons 327-3744 WHO'S GIVING A GIFT TO SANTA and sfcare the with iJB reindeer, there' wiH be so Qcfeiaas Spirit for the 'Tfcs evS wHth, Maleficent, tefcAed a l 'Wai old Saab, MeSBoisgh ft? The CfeFlsimcs strip patient facilities Trfiith has re- quired lie use of private labor- atories, were the underlying reasons for the board's action. GraliaiH named president of pensioners PINCHES CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek Old Age Pensioners and Stenior Citizens recently held the annual meet- ing in the United Church base- ment. There were 7S in attendance for the tarkey dinner served by the Hodgson Unit of tia Uni- ted Church Women. After the dinner a ring-wag o! favorite songs and carols was aijoyed, with Mrs. Pree- bairn as accompanist. A short business meeting was held with the reading ol Uie 1869 annual meeting min- utes. The audited financial statement was presented, which showed expenses of over the income. Mrs. E. Mclntee presented the following slate of officers for 1971: Richard Graham, president; Mrs. E. Mcleod, vice-president; Mrs. M. John- son secretary and Joe Kunkel, program convener. The Christmas party wffl be held on the second Wednesday and bingo will be played. AH are invited to come and enjoy a social evening with the elder folk. The new laboratory is expect- ed to correct both situations, and the construction program should get under way shortly under the direction of Dale E. Clifton, chairman of the board's building, grounds and equip- ment committee. In other business of public in- terest, the board authorized the reduction of switchboard and reception hours and the front office desk which will now be closed a p.m. This reduc- tion followed a one month trial period which proved to be satis- factory. Coin club members view films DEL BONTTA (HNS) The Del Bonita Coin Club held the November meeting in the school. Thera were three members from Lethbridgs, three from Magrath and two visitor's from Milk Hiver. Most of the local members were in attenSance. Three films were shown, one about the mining of metals and smelting, then the rolling mills aad finally the coins bang made. Lunch and cofee was served. Bert Eannard of Lethbridge won the door prize. p" SKI-DOG, OUT-FEATURES THEM ALL! toextrasyoudofft pay extra for.Skl-Oc out-doss Ihsrn all! D new Deep that's a real grabber D ta el all iris Ega plastic tabs, eapabla of xiihslandintj extreme stivst D powerful, polar proven Bombardier Rotax D thicker, foam-tilted aestt lo mates the going comlortabla D flexible, timed wWy windshield consols for qulater good D backferalSBsr lor easy adjuswetrt Derttsrgewy safety cut-off and child toiler end many older exdus end performance features too numerous to list If you'rs looking tor mere Features without paying dollars, there's only ons machine foryoul SJsl-Ow, -T.M, Nimsick hits RDEK plan to hire pollution expert By NANCY MILES Special Correspondent CRANBROOK Kootenay MLA T. Nimsicfc has sharply criticized the Regional District of East Kootenay considera- tion of adding a pollution con- trol consultant to its already considerable staff. He has reminded public that provincial legislation has already been enacted to con- trol pollution. Mr. Nimsick says duties of the yiavincial pollution control board, which lias an East Koot- enay office and stslf in Cran- brook, are to "see that every- thing possible is done to cor- rect or prevent air, water and land pollution." He sees no reason why tax- payers should shoulder this additional burden for a service already established. Applica- tion for effluent discharge per- mits must go through this PCS office for approval or rejection, though the application is dupli- cated to BDEK to determine Development commission needed says councillor COALDALE (HNS) It Is councillor Ben Reimer's inten- tion to reorganize the economic development commission into a "very active and useful body" in the town. Mr. Reimer told council re- cently there is need" tor the commission "despite opinions of persons believing contrary." Councillor Heimer made rec- ommendations the following persons be appointed to serve on the commission: Peter G. Martens, Laurie McCraym, Jake Andres, John Martens, Henry Nikkei, Dr. Bryn Finni- gan and Mrs. Ardath Malm- berg. Council gave its approval. Councillor Beimer said a chairman and secretary are to be appointed at tot time. Councillor Reimer and the Elks hesr TABEB Vstn of Langley, B.C., grand exalted ruler of all Elks lodges in Can- ada, will be in Taber Dec. 2 for a noon luncheon. He will be the guest of honor at a Lodge meeting here that evening. Coming to Taber from Brooks, Mr. Vam will be taken OB a tour of the sugar factory here. commission will do an in-depth study of grant structures, both federal and provincial. They will also prepare a brochure on Coaldale and district, giv- ing pertinent factors to attract industrial growth. A meeting with the government appointee from the department of indus- try and tourism is planned. Norman Hall heads Legion TABER (HNS) Normarj J. Hall was elected president of the Taber branch. Royal Cana- dian Legion, at the recent an- nual meeting. Others named to the execu- tive are Albert Sullivan and Emil Ziebert as first and sec- ond vice-presidejik, arid A. Jay Edwards as past-president. Named to one-year terms were Tony ZeliriskI, Stan Bartram, Frank Martens and Harvey Pomrnen, and to two- year terms Steve Krzyzanow- ski, Glen Griffin, Erie Heim and Robert Eietoul. IMPROVE TOUTS FBENIB (HNS) Dawson Developments Ltd. of Vancou- ver has purchased Ttidgemont Apartments from Argus Indus- tries Ltd. of Kelowna. About 108 units will be improved only whether it violates zoning bylaws. Two East Kootenay mu- nicipalities, Sparwood district and the City of Kimbcrtey, have enacted pollution control bylaws, but are well aware lit- eral enforcement is n o t pos- sible since Hie various sections deal with1 maximum parts per million of coal dust, sulphur dioxide, wood ash, soluble chemicals or insoluble contam- inators and control tests re- quire delicate monitoring equipment. Major industries have their own sophisticated1 equip- ment for this. Hie provincial department of health offers less complex de- vices for measurement. The legislation provides pro- vincial laboratory service to prove or disprove alleged or potential pollution to these measurements and In effluent permit applications. Guy Passey to speak on fitness TABEB (HNS) ob- jectives of physical education to the schools" will be consid- ered at the Dec. 2 meeting of W. R. Myers High School Par- ent Teachers Association, scheduled for 8 p.m. in the band room. Speaking on the subject will be Guy Passey, vice-principal of the Dr. Haraman Elemen- tary School while Myers' staff members Dave Nelson and Mrs. Lois Duffee will dis- cuss programs in the h 1E k school. There -Rill also be short dem- onstrations of team games o{ basketball and volley ball by students, with accompanying explanations of rules and regu- lations of these games. PTA president Wayne L. Gougli says the public is in- vited to participate in the eve- ning's activities, which will in- clude a lunch. A silver collec- tion will be taken. SKITER SLEIGH WINNER Mr. and Mrs. R. Arthur of were lucky winners of a Skiter Snowmobile Sleigh during Te College Mall Merchant Association Show recently. Also shown left to right ore Mr. Tom HedVlch of Silver Star Industries, makers of SMter Sleighs, Mrs. Arthur, Mr. Arthur and Mr. R. M. Hassall, man- ager of College Mall. The only new small car than better than the Volkswagen. If has o trunk thof carries fwfce as much as any Beetle ever. jt has a completely new suspension system for a softer rids. The front trad is wider for better handling. The brakes are bigger for quicker slops. It has a longer whselfaase than the Beetle. Yet if has a shorfer fuming radius for easier parking. All In afi, U's 89 ways batter ihan of old. Thereby making R onty raw this ysar'that sisnds any choncs of replacing the Volkswagen. And If you think about if, ftof shouWnf come as any greof surprise. Because Ihisysar, of oil years, ff anyone wot going to build a new small ear fo be better than the Yolksvwgenjyoo feew who itwould be. at tin'ttntsi one-slop shipping mntei h? tnowmotttes, winter sportswear, parti and jemce, BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Avenuo South tethbridflo, Alia. ANDERSON SUPPIY LTD. Bes 158 AlfSi The Super Beetle. ;