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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 34-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, October 3, 1973 Educational television considered for Taber TABKK (HNSi-Extension of thi1 possibilities of educational television in the schools of the Taber school division through the introduc- tion of cable TV here was con- sidered at a recent meeting of the school board. TV is being seriously considered for Taber and ruav become a reality within a year's time. Douglas Robinson of Cablevision Lethbridge Ltd. so advised the trustees at a re- cent board meeting. He said his company has applied for permission of the CRTC to operate a cable TV service in Taber as he explain- Kiwanis Club directors named for coming year TABKK (HNSj Dr. Donald K. Hamilton accepted the gavel from retiring presi- dent Colin T. Oddie when in- stalled recently as president of the Taber Kivvanis Club. Recently elected district deputy governor Leonard McGee of Medicine Hat of- ficiated at the installation ex- ercise. He was accompanied by Mrs. McGee. Others installed in office, along with Mr. Oddie as past president, were Lyle Keister Joins rig LOMOND i HNS i Leslie West has joined an off-shore drilling rig probing for oil off the coast of England. He is the m of Mr. and Mrs. Albert West of Lomond. president-elect; H. George Meyer, vice-president: Stan Bartram. secretary; and Ray Brozinsky, treasurer. Named as directors were George Fujita, Dr. James Ripley. William Bullis, Roger Semaka. Eric Johnson and Watson Bodie. ed the educational services his company is prepared to provide. If the application is approved. Cablevision Ltd. would install, free of charge, a cable from the station to the property line in each of the schools in Taber. It would then be the responsibility of the school board to install the outlets in the school buildings. Such a service would provide an educational program channel for use in the schools for taped or locally-produced programs, as well as five commercial channels from Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Great Falls. The response from the trustees and school principals was "enthusiastic" says school superintendent James L. George. Preschool classes start for Noble ford children NOBLEFORD (Special) An Early Childhood Education program has been started here with classes being held in the Nobleford Legion Hall. This program provides two full davs each week of ac- tivities and socialization for pre schoolers starting school in September. 1974. A tuition fee of per month is levied. There are currently 17 children enrolled with Mrs. Laura Knight as director and Mrs. Sharon VanderWoude her assistant. RIC SWIHART photos Field bean industry Beans for human and animal consumption are gaining in importance in Southern Alberta. Officials of Morris Rodweeder demonstrate a new bean cutter which loosens the plants prior to harvest by a combine. A new bean processing plant ceing built at Bow Island which will process product from an estimated acres in 1974. CAREERS Pioneer recalls tough years of settlement By MARIE SORGARD Herald News Service IRON SPRINGS Hugh Arthur. 81. has spent 64 of his years in the Iron Springs com- munity and has a record of public service to be proud of. He was reeve for 20 years when the MD and later County of Lethbridge was centred at Barons. "1 never had a fight when I was reeve. I was on council with the late Steve Houlton for eight years. Steve (later reeve) was a good fellow. I got along with him pretty good. He was a likeable cuss.'' One of a family of seven that came here from Kilmar- nock. Scotland, he arrived in Lethbridge in 1909. He still has vivid memories of the misunderstanding that took place betweeen his father and an uncle here during an exchange of letters. It resulted in the Arthur family spending two days waiting in the immigration hall in north Lethbridge. Finally a Mr. Pharis arrived with two wagons. Baggage, trunks, and the seven members of the Arthur family loaded into the wagons and 1 Merchandise on Sale Thursday Friday and Saturday, October 4, 5 and 6 Quantities Limited MEN'S 36 to 46 Plaids and Plains in wool flannel and Fortrel Fabrics. SPECIAL Zellers County Fair (located in Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Telephone 328-8171 Open Daily a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to 9 p.m. they began the 30-mile, eight- hour journey over the wide Open prairie to Iron Springs under the blazing August sun. They arrived here only to learn that the building in which they were going to live had been destroyed by fire. Their first shelter was a 10- foot by 12-foot granary. Once land was obtained, Hugh helped his father build a house. The winter of 1909-1910 was much colder than they had anticipated and before the next winter rolled around the insulation factor was given attention. Thus began Hugh Arthur's life in Iron Springs. He soon became involved in farming, retiring only a few years ago. DAIRY SERVICE He provided dairy service to the hamlet, delivering the milk on foot daily. His wife Erma was an excellent cook and the Arthur home was a haven for teachers and elevator agents looking for a place to board. When the Iron Springs North West Mutual telephone Com- pany was formed Nov. 21, 1935, he became secretary- treasurer, a job which he kept for 34 years. Then the installa- tion "of the automatic telephone system marked the end of the era of the "party line." He was elected councillor of the Barons MD in 1942. In 1950 he was appointed reeve and hejd that position until Jan. 1, 1964. Bob Madill, secretary- treasurer of the Lethbridge County 26, who worked with him in the capacity of secretary-treasurer of the Barons municipality, has high regard for the manner in which he handled his respon- sibilities. Road-building programs and the provision of welfare were but two of the many tacets of administration re- quiring attention. Temporarily living in Pic- ture Butte, Mr. Arthur several times a week commutes back and forth to the Iron Springs farm which is still "home" to him. Mr. Arthur is staying now in Room II of the Picture Butte Hotel. Sometimes he drops in to the Happy Oldtimers Club rooms. "They have a little pool table there." he says. "You know, that is about all the recreation you can get but you can't get hold of that table. It's always tied up." Mr. Arthur has had ms share of troubles in this vale of tears, as most of us do. IN HOSPITAL His wife Erma is a patient at the Alberta Hospital At Ponoka. She suffered harden- ing of the arteries which reduced the supply of blood to the brain. "All our trouble seems to come at the end, all in a he says. "I never left the farm. I go out there every day. I try to keep the yard clean. I go out only in the daytime don't figure I should talk to myself at night." Raised a Presbyterian, he has a strong faith and laughs off his problems. Do you like to read the Lethbridge Herald? "Yes, but that isn't going to improve it. what you are jotting down there." SALES PERSON Farm machinery manufacturer requires a sales representative to cover Alberta and Montana. Applicants must be free to travel. Farm machinery sales background useful, but will consider a person with related sales experience. Late model car required. Posi- tion offers basic salary, travel expenses, car allowance, and other company benefits, plus commissions. Reply, setting out full par- ticulars as to past experience, age, educa- tion, marital status to Lethbridge Herald. BOX 101 LETHBRIDGE HERALD II'ntilt trllnir ...former reeve FALL SALE OF PANTY HOSE ALL SHEER PANTY HOSE REG. 99 "Whisper" sheer panty hose for waisl- -to-toe glamour! "Sheer" perfection in one size to fit most figures. In exciting fashion shades in- cluding Cinnamon. Maple. Pacific Blue, others. SAVE ON FAVOURITE "WHISPER" STYLES SANDALFOOT PANTY HOSE All-sheer from waist right down to the sandalfoot toes! One-size style in leg-flatter- ing shades. REG. 99C 79 "BIKINI" PANTY HOSE Low-rise "Bikini" style panty hose for those who dress young. One size in fabulous day- or-date fashion shades I REG. 99' 79 ALL-SHEER SIZED PANTY HOSE REG si 59 REGULAR SIZED PANTY HOSE REG si 59 All-sheer panty hose proportioned in Small. Medium. Long and Extra Long sizes. "Leg- citing" colours like Cinnamon. Copperlone. Nightshade. Pacific Blue. 1 27 Regular-style with glamour-sheer legs, re- inforced panty. Sized to fit Small. Medium. Long or Extra Long figures. In an exciting palette of colours. 1 27 ONE-SIZE SHEER STRETCH NYLONS SALE Stretch to fit your leg without wrinkling or sagging. Sheathe your legs in Cinnamon. Copperlone, Spice or Light Taupe. Fits 8-11V2. SALt 71 Zellers County Fair J Located in Ztllert Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Dally a.m. to 6 p.m. Thuraday and Friday a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;