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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Frlrfoy, Oitobor 4, 1977 THE IEIHBRIDGE HERALD District New Turkey bingo tonight CWALIIDRST (HNS) foal- hurst Women's Auxiliary Lo Ihe Koyal Carvulian Legion will hold a Ham and Turkey Dingo Fri- day (tonight) Oct. 0 at (lie Leg- ion hall in Coalhurst. Admission SI, extra card 25c. Everybody welcome. game fit 8 p.m. Heads CWL COALDALE (UNSj Mrs. John Van Dyk is the prcsidon! of the St. Ambrose Catholic Women's Lcar-ue. Others serving on the COALDALE The Barons- Eurcka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre-school clinics: HAYS: Tuesday, Oct. 10, In the school from 1 to 3 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Oct 10, in tlie Picture Suite High School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon anri 1 to 3 p.m. TABEIl: Tuesday, Oct. 10, in (lie Health Unit Office im the Administration Building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFOHD: VI e d nesday, Oct. 11, in the school from to p.m. V A U X II A L Wednesday, Oct. 11, in Lhe elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 P'm. COALDALK: Thursday, Oct. 12, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Oct. 12, in the Health Unit Office in the Ad-ministration Building from 10 a.m. to 13 noon and to ivc: Mrs. K. J. Nicolay, resident; Mrs. Toni Corey, secretary; Mrs. Marian Hilango, treasurer; and MrS' Nicolav and Mi's. Steve Holh, puWIci'ly. The CWL lias decided ot cater at the Coaldale Pythian Sisters Sunset Temple No. 0 banquet which is set for Wed- nesday, Oct. 11 in the SI. Jo- seph's School auditorium. The banquet is in honor of Mrs. Lois McGregor, grand chief for the Prairie provinces of the Pythian Sisters. Backs ranch COALDALF, (TINS) The Coaldale DuddhisL Church re ccntly donated to the Sun rise Ranch here. It will go lowards furnishings in the residence. The money was raised in the Chow Mein Supper held Coaldale Settler's Day last summer. MakinE the presentation or whalt of the church was Mrs Y. P. MaLsumiya- It was ac ccpted by Dave Allen, manager of the ranch. II aids Ihe re-, larded. Guides meet BARONS (HNS) Regular meetings of Brownies and Girl Guides Mill start Oct. 3 in the Community Hall. Meetings will be held Tues- days from till p.m. Leaders are Mrs. Frances Millar, Brown Owl; Mrs. Pal Debocr, Tawny Owl; and Miss Edie H a t a n a k a, assistant Tawny Owl. All local girls from eight to 14 are invited to attend' p.m. For social sen-ice appoint Team roping RAYMOND (IINS1 A firsl For Raymond will bo the learn roping to Ire featured at the In- door Rodeo Oct. 13 and M, wilh one afternoon performance Sat- urday- The full rodeo program will have all arena events from sad- dle hronc rising Lo calf rop ing. Donates COALUALE (HNS) The Catholic Women's League of St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church recently donated 580 to the town's Sporlsplex fund. IL will help purchase a slovc for the Coaldale Siwrtsplcj. kitchen. The funds were raised by a doll raffle. Garage burns BARON'S (HNS) Recently three blasts of the fire siren alerted the community to a cuunlry fiie. Volunteer [iiclight- CM-.S rushed lo the li. C. (Cluck) Allen farni' A ganifjc was a total lass. Luckily the family vehicles were parked outside. Town (ires rate two blasts; three rings mean a country fire. Learn crafts KOHT MACLEOD Envoy Carole Pickering and Envoy Darlenc Collon recently j began a "kids craft class" at the Salvalion Army Ciladcl here. Sixteen cluicVcn meet after school for Hz hours cacli Thurs- day for singing and handicraft lessons. Wonderful Foods for More district on ae 6 Tourney Oct. 7 BARONS (HNS) Saturday, Oct. 7, the Barons-Keho Lake Golf Club will hold a tourna- ment. It was postponed earlier due to inclement weather. Golfers may contact Gordon Luchia of Nobleford or Lloyd Fraser of Barons for details. ments telephone: Coaldale M5 3388; Tabcr 223-3911. Dr. G. 11. C. Palmer, mcclica officer of health, urges parent: to ensure their children are fully protected against conta- gious disease and tooth decay' Information on venereal dis- ease, a mounting health prob- 1cm. is readily available and [nllv ronfklcnlial. FOR COMPLETE PUBLISHING CONTACT i Tin? U'tlibriclgi' Herald. PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 328-4411 Million-mark passed in September CRANBROOK City building permits, issued by inspector John Davis for Sep- Icmher. had an estimated con- struction value of for 37 projects now unrier way. Tliis compares wilh n per- mits the previous September, valued at September's 12 housing unit slarls brought to 186 Ihe starts in 1972, compared to 163 starts for the same period of 1971. Major permits during (he month were for repair and improvements at ihe Arena, a supermarket relail floor space expansion at 000, and au approximate S200.- DOO for three industrial projects on The Strip and at the Indus- Irial Park. The total of S6.205.S50 covers the 290 permils issued so far in 1972, compared with for the corresponding period ol j 1071. Permit value for all 1971 tablished a new record at just over million. Mr. Davis said this could possibly be equalled or sur- passed in the current year. CLEARANCE SAVE FROM ON NEW AND USED AMPS Our present slock lo be reduced lo way for new madeli arriving ihortly. Excluiiva Garnet Hfellme warranty on new Tmtrumenli T year on tubes and spenkerv] We finance and take Iradei, P.A. SYSTEMS ON SPECIAL l-PRO P.A. SYSTEM....................... S 698 1-PRO P.A. 4 CHANNEL 8 INPUT WITH REVERB 798 1-StSSlONMAN P.A. 255 Wall S 985 l-fNFORCER P.A.......................... S 199 1-TR1PPER P.A............................ S 299 1-USED REBEL P.A. SYSTEM S 169 LEAD AMPS l-SESSIONMAN QUAD (255 Walls) 1-SESS1ONMAN LEAD (3-12" Spkri.) S 675 S 70O BASS AMPS l-PBO BASS S 480 1 -BTO TUB BASS S 995 1-REBEL BASS SPECIAL (Good for beginner) t 295 USED and MISCELLANEOUS l-IUSED SESSIONMAN 12' ASTRO AMP (good for HER2OG REVERB UNIT 1-USED REBEL BASS AMP Alice Spkn. beginners) S 42O S 25 S 95 S 95 S 225 ir We also itock faolpedeli, elfecti pedals, corners, han cards, covers, replacement speakers, ek. And many other ilemi loo numerous to mention. GARNET AMPLIFIERS MADE IN CANADA BY MUSICIANS FOR MUSICIANS Downstairs at LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG. PHONE 32B-40BO Home ol Fine Brcmor foodl FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY SPECIAL! banana split brazier Sale NORTH LOCATION ONLY Eat, drink and be merry! DAYS ONLYI NORTH STORE: 516 13th Street, North Lethbridge We know how a homemakcr lakes pride in serving a Thanksgiving feast for her family! She puls a lot of lime, Ihought and laving care inlo this. We lake the same kind of pride in bringing Safeway shoppers the very best in fine foodi for this occasion. SUPER SAVER 17 V SUPER SAVER SUPER SAVER SUPER SAVER SUPER SAVER PRICES EFFECTIVE IN LETHBRIDGE OCT. 6 7. TOMATO JUICE GROUND COFFEE FROZEN Pll PINEAPPLE POTATO CHIPS TULIP ROLLS TOWN HOUSE CANADA ft FANCY 48 Fl. oz. tins for SAFEWAY ALL PURPOSE 1-lb. pkg. BEL AIR MINCEMEAT ur Jj PUMPKIN 24 01. Nel Wl. Size for ENCHANTED ISLE SLICED, CRUSHED, TIDBITS AUSTRALIAN FANCY 14 Fl. oz. I for PARTY PRIDE 4 FLAVOURS J7 oz Ncl. Wr. Pkg. Ja for SKYLARK..........Plig, oM2 for SUPER SAVER CRANBERRY FROZEN PEAS ICE CREAM STUFFED OLIVES TOWN HOUSE, SAUCE or 3 JELLY............ 14 Fl. oz. tins jL fo BEL AIR CANADA M FANCY 2 Ib. bag Ka for LUCERNE DELUXE......5 Flavours 1 Quart Ctn. EMPRESS L.P MANZANILLA 12 Fl. 01. inr CORN TOWN HOUSE M CANADA FANCY VAC PAK 12 Fl. oj. tins Tr for EGGS BREAKFAST GEMS GRADE A LARGE.......................... Doi, 1 elf Basting TURKEYS SAFEWAY BRAND YOUNG HENS and JUNIORS FROZEN CANADA GRADt A 6 14 Ibi. ib. SUPER; FMNECREST QUALITY BRAND CANADA GRADE ft FROZEN YOUNG ond JUNIORS 6-20 Ibs. fl 111 BURNS READY TO SERVE DOUBLE SMOKED WHOLE, HMF QUARTERS...... SUPER SAVER SERVING SUGGESTION TURKEYS SMOKED HAMS BEEF ROAST BRUSSELS SPROUTS FRESH YAMS STANDING RIB, CANADA ORADE "A" CANADA NO. 1 GRADE, SMALL riRM GREEN HEADS Ik MEDIUM SIZE TO SERVE WITH HAMS Ibs. We Reserve The Rrghl To limit Quantities. SAFEWAY "t CANADA SAFfWAY IIMITED ;