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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Recreation iindar fire Civic forum adraws 140 K Passlwords 'Pass nurses plan dinner BLAIUMORE (CNP Bureau) The Pass Chap- ter of the Alberta Association of Registered Nurses will be- gin its seasons activities Oct. 14 with a uinner meeting at the Satellite Cafe in Coleman. Speaker will be Mrs. Iris Mossey of Lethbridge. Topic for the evening mil be staff nurses' association and collective bargaining. Mrs. Ines Kelly, also of Lcth- bridge, president of the south- em district executive of the AAHN, will also be in atten- dance. All muses in Hie area are in- vited to attend the dinner meet- ing scheduled to start at 7 p.m Zak announces big bingo COLEMAN (CNP Chief Henry Zak lias an- nounced the Coleman Volunteer Fire Brigade will hold a giant bingo night in the Coleman Elks Hall Oct. 18. It will feature a jackpot prize of 75 silver dollars, 12 games for 10 silver dollars, and two games for 12 silver dollars. Two draws will also be made for one case of milk and 40 pounds of flour on the bonus card numbers. A master card for one dollar be purchased before the 25 cent bonus cards can be ob- tained in any quantity. The brigade will use the pro- ceeds for the annual schol es- say and poster contests, muscu- lar dystrophy and other func- tions sponsored by the active brigade. Check children's eyes BLAIRMORE fCNP Bureau) The Oddfellows and Hebek- ahs of the Crowsnest Pass mil be holding their annual eye screening clinic (visual acuity test) for prc-school children 4 to 6 years old on Tuesday, Oct. 12, at Credit Union Hall, Blair- more 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Wed- nesday, Oct. 13, at Elks Hall, Coleman 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Thursday, Oct. 11, at Munici- pal Building, Bellevue, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Blair more arena meeting BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) A public general meeting will be held in the Blairmore Royal Canadian Legion base- ment at p.m. Monday, Oct. ]1, to plan the opening of the Blairmore arena. Unless a good attendance of local citizens is realized, open- ing of the arena will be delay- ed until such time that a good turn-out is obtained for com- mittee work. It has been announced the present committee wants to be relieved of its duties this term. (iraiiuni trip lor "Pass Elks BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore Ellis recently made plans to take the travell- ing gavel to (lie Granum lodge the evening of Oct. 19. Elks wishing to attend the Granum event should be at the Elk's Hall at p.m. They may contact exalted ruler Clark Bradley so transportation can be arranged. Entertainment c li a i r m a n Frank Vyse says an orchestra has been secured for the an- nual New Year's Ball to be 1H.AIIY TYMI1URSKV Herald News Service COALDALG About 140 per- sons attended the "meet the candidate" forum recently. It was sponsored by the Coaldale and District Chamber of Com- merce. A brief b-jgrapliy of each candidate WE read by cham- ber John Redekop. Two candidates were unable to attend. There are 16 people vying for six vacant town council seals. Two are contesting the may- oralty position and three candi- dates have their eye on the one opening as representative for the tow., on the Ivethbridge County 26 school committee. Incumbent councillor Mrs. Erna Goertzen is the only wo- man among these running for public office. Each candidate gave an out- line of his major points of con- cern and "beefs." During the qucstion-a n d- answer period the meeting at I times turned into "knock rec- reation, programs, policy and personnel." Each candidate had made some remarks, including con- siderable criticism, on recrea- lion. But when ui if money is borrowed for anj (lipncc hoRan aAiiniiinK other projects (other than water and in sonic cisoscs and sewer) there is n limit ol recreation, UK llioij.w per capita per year put in platform was: "Is" Ife n effect, recreation While there is seemingly no Many of the loooUrtli-on worf directed to inciimnlitol A. F. ElaldL'. lloallc them wil he-lit tlittaai'j (11 notos. Mayor Blakie that ceiling if money needed is for and sewer programs. At pie-sent due to change oi j. -merit in the province the town officials are checking whe- borrowing for .and sew-1 ther tills policy will continue, er projects will In take Host candidates expressed priority in the cirtmKrs consid- concern over the empty busi- erations. ness buildings in the downtown This is becBiB go i area. The consensus was some- policy received months I thing must be done about this ago outlined very ffearly that I situation. 80lh birllitniUiv to be marked Sunday JiwfY Irene Redd held in the Elk's Hall. Plans are now being made for the lodge birthday party to be held Nov. IX. I An invitation to attend the Coleman Elks birthday party j was received. The event will be j held Oct. 16. I Hay-ride starts year for CGIT IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Iron Springs CG1T started the year with a hayride. For their first meeting they rode on a hayrack out to the Miller farm, had a campfire program and lunch, and then rode back again on the hay- rack io tiie Iron Springs Uni- ted Church. There were 19 girls and it is hoped that they will all become regular members. Mrs. Gloria Miller is the lead- er again this year and as al- ways has an interesting year lined up for (lie girls. RAYMOND Wicn a I woman has lived CTfi! years as a' resident of a IrwMufl and hu.s taken an intcre.1! in civic and church life, she much to the Such a woman issis Krs. Irene; Redd of Raymond Sunday, Oct. It, if. I told will mark Jier n inrtlidav. I Her children IIVEIVC extended an open invitatku tt tc> friends and neighbors It o attend an open house for Mifeir mother at the home of Mrs. Barbara MacPhec, doing the evening. Mrs. Redd can to Siayrnond with her and Mrs. John Taylor SrmllKfe, in J90-1. The Smcllie's the first Encyclopaedia Br. "ilram'ca to Raymond. It Smellie home more than aniline s ludcnt of those early dayswwill for in- formation. Mrs. Redd sts'isMd at Brig- ham Young UnivrfSTsilr In 19il wedding vows between she andItii'i'illism Redd, a member of a pxtpiotieer Ray- mond family. They were ilit pa rents of nine children. Tair-iw home be- came a gathering teecntrc for the young peopled If Kaymond- Mucli of the entPrtaES-ainijnent was centred around ilij; piano the hoiv Both Mr. and Mrs. .s. tedd tvcrc loyal supporters tl t agriculture and Hie organizations effecting agriculture. Both held execu- tive positions in the United farmers of Alberta. They ardent church supporters and held many posi- tions. JITS. Redd has been a in em her of the Senior Literary Society of Raymond since its o r g a' n i z a t i o n in Mrs. R.edd's accomplishments have been many and varied: she still takes an interest in town and church activities. Jnlurrfoy, Otloh.. 1771 Tllf UTHBBIDGI' HrBAln 3 Heads hockey TABER Drach was elected to continue in the office of president of (lie Taber Minor Hockey Association at the recent annual meeting. Other officers are Ewen Mc- Kenzic. vice president; Jim Spate, treasurer; and Jim Hil- dc-nbrand, secretary and statis- tician. The association's directors for Lbe coming year are Albert Kluserils, Gordon Hacking, lohn Sparks. Wayne Hovent, Gordon Berwick. Joe Orban. Jr., and Walter Karren. 60fh WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. L Stanford of Cardston will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Monday, Oct. 11. of the Suavely district, they were married at Stavely In 1911 and re- sided (here until 1931. They have six children, 27 grand- children and 28 great grandchildren. Greetings came from Queen Elizabeth, Prime Minister Trudeau and Premier tougheed. Mrs. Stanford is the former Edna May Smith. Senior citizen's home Mauled MAGRATH (HNS) -Com-: there arc enough elderly citi- munily support for a senior zens in Magrath and area to citizens' and nursing home was, support such a unit as many discussed at a recent Magrath J still in their mvn homes have Chamlier of Commerce meet-! expressed a desire to enter if ing. Chamber members feel i one is established in town. MEET OCT. 27 NOBLEFORD annual meeting of the Noble-! ford Community Ice Centre will be held at the curling rink, j Wednesday, Oct. 27, at 8 p.m. I All persons interested in curl-! ing are welcome. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon DecoJx, Resident Rep., Bloiimore Phone 562-2147 NOTICE His Crowsneit Pasj Am- bulones Committes r e- quesfs offers lo operate an ambulance service for fhe oreo encompassed by thfl Crowsnest Pass Muni- cipal Hospital. 1. Provide 24 hour service io anyone in need. 2. Ambulance service shall be available to trans- fer patients to other localities at extra cost per load mile, 3. Typs of ambulance to meet committee a p- provnl. 4. The lowest offer will not necessarily be ac- cepted. Further information may be obtained from Ernest luini. Box 510, Blairmore, Alta. or by phoning 562- 2333. Offers must be in by Oct. 15 and should be ad- dressed t o Ambulance Committee, Box 510, Bloir- Astro Glass managed by Tom Woods FORT MACLEOD (Speciall- Fort Macleod's newest indus- try is Astro Glass Ltd. The mother plant was begun in Claresholm five years ago by Alfred Woods, a native of Taber. Mr. Woods had obtained con- tracts to supply travel trailer lids and bathroom fixtures ma le of fibre glass. The new plant is located in the old 93rd Battery building at the Industrial Airport. Litter barrels and bathroom fixtures will be manufactured there. The Claresholm plant will continue to operate and produce the trail- er lids. The Fort Maclcod plant will be managed by Tom Woods, fnn of the owner. He and his wife have moved to Fort Maclcod. Mr. Woods said the plant will employ In people: half will be local with the remainder being experienced men from the Claresholm plant. Four cr five women will be hired. The plant will be in full production by the end of October. At... MEN'S SHOP that wonderfully invigorating season that heralds the beginning of so many exciting new things is here! .It's time to go places do tilings have fun and enjoy life! Oiur Friendly Staff Invites You To the New Season With Us... AR.MISTICK BALL NOBLEFORD (Speciall-The annual Armistice Ball, sponsor- ed by the Nohlcford branch of Hoyal Canadian is for Nov. 10 v.nlti the j Metro's in in Ilif j Legion Hall. These Are The letlibttdge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area MAGRATH MRS. MILDRED MARKER f.Q. 97 MASINA5IN MRS. FRANCIS MUELCR P.O. 329, Milk MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER f .0. Bfv -V. NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON P.O. Box 314 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Gon. Contact Ilieio poopto for your Dlilrlcl Ntwi or Clemlfletl Advertlilna RENO IIZZI PAUL RUSZNAK PAT RUTTEN DON McAULAY DEREK GOOD SOPHIA MIKHAIL We've stacked up with a sparkling fresh new array of fall needs and ideas ,i Everything to help you brighten up, spruce up for livelier living! MEN'S SHOP To Set A Man Apart ON FOURTH AVENUE ;