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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wcdneidoy, Octob.r 7, 1970 THE IEIHBRIDOE HERALD 3 DISTRICT DOINGS Want Phones NATAL (HNS) The Elk Valley Land Protective As- sociation is displeased with B.C. Telephone because some have teen .waiting for more than a year for phones. Service beyond the line to the Ewert ranch requires a new line, the association says. Those who have phones say that service is so bad that most of the time the phones can't be used and certainly can't be de- pended on at any time. The association decided to hold regular meetings at Ackles Garags on the last Mon- day of each month at p.m. Pantry Shower NATAL (HNS) A pantry shower was held in St. Mi- chael's Hall here recently for the Sisters of the Atonement of St. Michael's parish. It is an annual affair. Guests played whist and bingo. Prize winners were Mrs. Jackie DeLuca, Mrs S. De- Paoli, Mrs. John Brophy and Mrs. Lino Bredusco. The cake was won by Mrs. S. DsPaoli while Mrs. Susie Halko won the cup. Lunch was served by the members of the Catholic Wom- en's League. Sister May (Su- perior) thanked all who help- ed. Loads Heifers IRON SPRINGS (HNS) A cattleliner arrived in Iron Springs from Tennessee recent- ly to take delivery of a load of registered Angus heifers from the farm of Martin Wieland, Jr. The cattle will travel miles before reaching their destination, the Hackamore An- gus Ranch, operated by Luther F. Matthews, a U.S. business- man whose ranching headquar- ters are in Germaniown, Tenn. Visit McBride IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mrs. L. K. Haney recently ac- companied her mother, Mrs. D. (Gladys) Noble, an oldtimer of the Iron Springs community who now resides in Coaldale, to McBride and Raush Valley, B.C. For Mrs. Noble it was her first visit to the area since she and her late husband left there to return to Albera in 1915. She found McBride to be thriving lumbering centre about the size of Picture Butte. MARKS 96TH BIRTHDAY Mrs. Elizabeth Hovey of Cardston marks her 96th birth- day with some of She lives alone and does her own housekeeping. Born at Lewiston, Idaho, Sept. 18, 1874, she came to this country in 1895 and married Alonzo Hovey the same year. They homesleaded ot Kimball. He died in 1935. She has six child- ren: Bert, Eagle, Idaho; Ervin and LeRoy, both of Lethbridge; Mrs Harold (Bessie) West- fall, Cardston; Merlin, Cody, Wy.; and Alonzo, Magrath; 20 grandchildren and about 20 great grandchildren. Keep Fit Classes For Men, Women IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The north county recreation board, Picture Butte, is or- ganizing a fall program. Included in the program are keep fit classes for men and women, hockey, basketball, hroomball, badminton, archery, chess, checkers, bridge, and also a snowmobile rally sched- uled for Dec. S. People in the Iron Springs area who would be interested in organizing groups or teams to participate in these activi- ties are requested to contact the recreation director, Miss Wendy Rasmussen at tire north county recreation office, Pic- ture Butte, before Oct. 16. Crowsnest Pass Offers Recreation BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass recrea- tion office has announced the following program of recrea- tion. Women's keep fit meetings held Oct. 8 at p.m. in the Hillcrest Hall; at p.m. in the Isabelle Sellon School and at 8 p.m. in the Horace Allen School. Men's basketball will be held in the Isabelle Sellon School at Blairmore at p.m. every Tuesday evening. Badminton will be held Tues- day at p.m. in the M. D. McEachern School and for se- niors every Sunday at p.m. in the Horace Allen School. Women's basketball starting Oct. 15 win be held at p.m. every Thursday in the Isabelle Sellon School. An organizational meeting to form a TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) club will be held in the Horace Allen School at p.m. Oct. 8 and all interested persons are urged to attend. Growsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Deeoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 Coleman Central School be the spot for advanced judo classes every Monday at p.m., every Wednesday for be- ginners and every Thursday for advanced Judoka. Sewing for beginners and ad- vanced sewing, handicrafts and furniture refinishing will be on the agenda for November-and February. Recreation director Bonnie Porter has announced the rec- reation office will continue to take registrations in the follow- ing activities until Oct. 16, ce- ramics, volleyball, broomball, Sunshine Spreaders Hold Cainpfire IRON SPRINGS Mrs. Craig Miller was hostess to 17 members of the Iron Springs CGIT Sunshine Spread- ers when they held a campfire and cookout at the picnic grounds at the mouth of the Little Bow River recently. The group will meet in the Iron Springs United Church on the first, second, and fourth Tuesday evenings of each month. Mrs. Miller will be as- sisted as leader by.Mrs. Peter VanderLinden. and now from Herb's Western Wear setting the South Country's image with selection and quality western clothing Herb Shector suggests... A WESTERN SUIT by PRINCE CLOTHING I Our new fall selection of colors and styles Is "now complete. Choose from a variety of weights, patterns, colors, and finishes in Pure Virgin Wools. AVAILABLE IN: "RODEO MAN'S STYLE'? 3 button, single breasted, with both back and front yokes, "THE CORRAL MAN" 3 button single breasted, with tapered waist on coat with swing-back pleats, breast pocket, no yokes. "DOUBLE BREASTED" With breast pocket, back yoke, and high side vents. 3-PIECE "TOWN AND COUNTRY" Comp'ote suit plus co-ordinating plain color pants for less formal occasions available in both rodeo man and corral man styles. i Priced From ..OJto .95 134.95 I See our selection of co-ordinating WESTERN SPORT COATS AND WESTERN DRESS PANTS Remember If it's WESTERN or RUGGED and if it's NEW you'll find it FIRST at Just Say "CHARGE IT" 'the easy WESTERN WAV at Herb's WESTERN VE1B OPEN THURS. and FRI. TIL P.M. 308 5th Street S. GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE Phone 328-4726 handicrafts, men's physical fit- ness, fable tennis, gym activity classes, baton, gymnastics, fur- niture refinishing, homemakinf courses and basketry. Mrs. Meyer Heads Arts And Crafts TABER George Meyer was elected president of the Taber Arts and Crafts Club at a recent meeting in the club room (court house basement) when basketry, knitting and jox weaving were displayed. Mrs. J. C. Riplcy was named rfce.p resident; Mrs. Lyle Brown secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Fay Meikle materials co- ordinator for the pottery class. Mrs. Frank Sudol, retiring president, conducted the busi- ness meeting at which classes were arranged in pottery, knit- ting and crocheting. Pottery classes, to be held each Monday evening, will be instructed by Robert Hunt, University of Alberta graduate. Mrs. Jerome Platt will teach knitting and crocheting each Tuesday evening. Club membership was set at to include instruction in one craft, with additional charges where more than one craft is taken by an individual. Interest was shown in bask- etry and weaving, and these may be offered later in the year as desired by enrolments. 'TFe're Displaced People Here' Natal Homeowners United Puck Fan Wins Trip To Game TABER (HNS) Bert Bil- lett, 2210 '8th Street S., Leth- bridge, is the winner of charter ulane and NHL game tickets for two, for the Toronto Maple Leafs game with the Vancou- ver Canucks at Vancouver Oct. 11. Officers of the Taber Minor Hockey Association made the draw from suonnrter tickets. TMHA p r e s i dent Frank Drach says public support has been excellent. The club netted about on this first of six similar promotions. Supporter tickets are now on sale for the Nov. 9 draw for plane and game tickets for the Detroit Red Wings and the Canucks game Nov. 17. Tickets are available from any member, of the Taber Mi- nor Hockey Association, from Oddie's Central Drugs, John- son's Taber Drugs, Big T Supermarket, Don's Billiards all in Taber and the Brite Spot, Barnwell. Carry-Over Eases Burden On Hospitals NATAL (HNS) Recent amendments to the Regional Hospital Districts Act will give regional boards more flexibil- ity in the use of funds for pur- poses other than operating or building. Districts are authorized to raise mill or which- ever is the greater, each year for such purposes as studies or purchase of land and equip- ment.'The amendments allows the carry-over of half, of the amount for use in the next year. Frank "Bertoia, administrator of the East Kootenay Regional Hospital District, remarks that the amendment is particularly welcome when his district is facing major new construction programs. It means the Dis- trict could have for equipment purchases next year, instead of NATAL (HNS) A; a recent meeting of the Natal Home- owners' Association, it was de- cided a meeting will be called immediately upon any mem- ber's recipt of an expropria- tion notice. The association will then make any arrangements ne- cessary to back its member or members faced with expropria- tion. To be invited to the meeting: MLA Leo Nimsick and MP Doug Stewart. President Alex Walker states "whether the Regional District of East Kootenay recognizes this association or not (the RDEK has refused to deal with the association in the past and will deal only with the individ- ual homeowners) this associa- tion stands behind every home- owner." The association's intentions are to give any members faced with expropriation financial support in hiring a lawyer. "It's going to hurt. It's going to cost. Its going to mean fi- nancial sacrifices on the mem- stated the president. There are about 65 to 70 homes still unsold in Natal. The owners are .senior citizens or old age pensioners. Due to the relocation of Natal these people had until Sept. 30 to accept or reject the offers the Regional District of East Kootenay had made for their homes. If they rejected the offers, they would face expropriation. The homeowners' association Cub Pack Meets At 8 IRON SPRINGS First Iron Springs Cub Pack held a reorganizational meet- ing recently. i John VanDen Broeke has as- sumed the leadership ot the groiip. He will be assisted by Har- old Schneider. Meetings will be held in the Huntsville School Wednesday evenings. Meeting time during October will be 8 p.m. At the beginning of Novem- ber the time of meeting will be changed to p.m. Backs Vaccine Program NATAL (HNS) The Re- gional District of East Koot- enay will provide ?600 to the East Kootenay Unit for the ex- tension of the unit's Rubella Vaccine program. RDEK directors earner this year denied a request for mon- ey for the vaccine, saying the responsibility should be that of the B.C. department of health. In order to give the great- est protection against the out- break of an epidemic, all chil- dren in the unit between the ages of one and 11 should be immunized, Dr. J. M. II. Hop- per said. Tlie health department mil supply vaccine to the units at a dose. If bought from private drug companies, it costs ?2 a dose. The RDEK intent was to pro- vide enough money for the unit to buy SCO doses of the vaccine, which could bo bought by par- ents at per dose, with available for advertising of the clinics set up for vaccinations. The money should he enough to establish a continuing pro- grain. Jenkins Speaks To Cubbers October 9 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Blairmore Lions Cubs group committee wiU meet in the United Church meeting room at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9. Ron Jenkins, district field commissioner of Lethbridge, will speak. Parents of all cubs and in- terested persons are urged to attend. Lunch will be served. is for rejection and fighting for pay-out figure for each of its members. The offers they received am Tight Money Delays Centre NATAL (HNS) The high cost of borrowing money is the chief factor delaying start of construction of Sparwood's new shopping centre, reports Len Rice of .Lenriae Engineering, prime contractor for the cen- tre. The high land cost along with a limited market and the an- nual payments to the District of Sparwood are other factors contributing to the reluctance of some merchants to enter at present. Mr. Rice reports the draw- ings are progressing and the present design of the complex will permit cold weather con- struction. Several merchandising firms are prepared to sign contracts. Overwaitea and other food retailers are contestants for the major grocery outlet and three drugstore firms are seek- ing the drug outlet, he says. hardly sufficient for them to relocate. The 40 senior citizen units newly-built at Sparwood are full. Apartments rango in the to bracket and only three 12-unit blocks exist. Homes are available but only for sale with lots costing 000 and up. One member of the association slated "We're dis- placed people here." Fireworks To Signal Pool Okay BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crewsnest Pass recrea- tion board has announced the Pass Pool Project Committee is making plan's for Oct. 14 when ratepayers of Coleman will cast their vote to favor or reject borrowing money to par- ticipate in financing a com- munity swimming pool. If the ColemaTi ratepayers vote in favor a fireworks dis- play will be set off on Turtle Mountain to let the whole 'Pass know the pool will be built. HOUSE FOR SALE bedrooms, both up and down, new wall to wall taraots, recently decoraled, complete with drapes. Built-in vacuum cleaner, air cooler, new double oven sfove, built-in dish washer, basement finished with bedroom and rumpus room, double garage insulated, finished with work bench, fluores- cent lighting and forced air furnace. This home is completely fenced and landscaped. Call Bill At 327-1296 Days 32S-1318 ASKING PRICE Continues Through Sat., Oct 10th Grandee Portable Color TV Just the right size for the hideawey at bedside or rumpus room. Color-minded control, pre-set tuning, insta-view reception, set and forget volume control. 3-PCE. FOAMFLEX DOOR SET A tight seal for windows and doors. ft. and 07r 1-3 ft. strip. SET ____ SAMSON-DOMINION ELECTRIC KETTLE Polished stainless steel body, no drip spout, thermostat control, 2 quart capacity. SPECIAL OfOO SYLVANIA LIGHT BULBS Super white -40, 60, I 100 watt SPECIAL 0 for C IONA MIXER AND STAND Three mixing speeds. Double chromed beaters, ovenware glass bowl ond detachable 1 L Jf cord. SPECIAL 3-PCE. CARDINAL STAINLESS STEEL STARTER SET Triple ply, vapor seal covers allow waterless cooking, heat resistant handles, 1 qt., 2 qr., and 5 qt. saucepans yfl "7TT in qift carton. SPECIAL i qi., f- 13 2S-FT. EXTENSION CORD With moulded O AT fittings. SPECIAL...... TORCAN SLIMLINE CAR WARMER Wilh 830 watt colrod ni Q-J element. ADJUSTABLE IRONING TABLE 12 height adjustments, no-mar tipped legs. L Jf SPECIAL CARTER STOCK TANK HEATER 3-wire water resistant cord. Rated 1500 OO 115 volts. SPECIAL 10.00 UNFURNISHED FURNITURE 4 DRAWER CHEST 7 DRAWER CHEST 19.88 26.88 SPECIAL CO-OP SUPER LATEX INTERIOR SATIN ENAMEL Low velvety semi-gloss sheen. Applies easily and quickly, no objectionable odor, chip resistant, brush and roller clean easily in warm soapy water. White and colors. QUARTS- f% 77 Special, each GALLONS- Special, each VISCOUNT-SIMPLICITY ELECTRIC DRYER 2-cycle timer; push button mult- iple heat selection; 24 pound (damp) load capacily; safety door; giant lint trap; exclusive air filler; vacuum drying prin- ciple; sun ray element, BLACK and DECKER SAW Bevel and depth adjustment, sawdust ejector. Cut at 90 degrees, 1 ?s" at 45 degrees. No load speed 4400 R.P.M, Equip- ped with combination blade and blade wrench, SPECIAL..... 35.88 CO-OP SOUTHERN ALBERTA COW ASSOCIATION LTD, HEAD OFFICE 1221 ZND AVENUE SOUTH. LETHBRIDG ;