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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LETHBKIOGE HERALD Snlutday, Oetobor 9, 1971 Castle Rangers needed by youth groups By Special OinTspniidc'it PINCIIEli CKKl'K In re- gards lo Ilic dosiiip uf tin: Castle River Station, a delegation including Sproulc, Kurt and John Jackson acconipiiiiiai by les Drain, MI-A. met with Lands Forests Minister A. War-rack; the deputy minister; head of the lands department ami the head of the forestry department. The delL'Satinn received a paid reception from the govern- mm! officials. I Their presentation outlined Ihe uniqueness of Ihc Castle iinrr area .situation in that! there is extensive recreation! development, including the Ju-' Lawn torn up FOUT .MACLEOD Last week errratic driving over the Madcori .Municipal Hospital lauii caused much concern. Hugh Alfred Louslcy, admin- iMrator, reported the hum was tarn up. trees damaged and the hedge broken where the driver ciiiered and left the lawn area. KC'MP are investigating niur Knrest Wardens and Cub and Si-mit camps as well as West Castle Ski Resort. rams for continued ex- Hi of these facilities re- quire supervision of forestry personnel. They suggested that the Castle River Forest Rangers primarily involved with people rather than regular for- estry functions. The department of Sands and forests officials were in accord on 'freeze" proposal in re- gard to further steps being taken to dismantle the Ranger Station until such time as the case can be reviewed. To wash cars For COUNCIL TOMMY Inserted by T. I. FERGUSON It will be held at the curling rink Friday, Oct. 15, and Eat- COALJMI.K (HNS) A car Oct. call 627-3W5. wash will slagnl here by the Kate. Andrew'; Iliph School Am- bassadors from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Salurday, Oct. Donation "ill bo a minimum of one dollar. This includes both an inlcrinr and exterior car waua at Ihc local car wash firm. The Ambassadors is an or- ganization of Christian students at the schooi. Rummage sale PINCHrJIl CREEK ( The Pincher Creek Ladies' Curling Club is again sponsor- ing a fall rummage sale. >Tj7r> Larry Skcith, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Lttail hkeith of New Day- ton, recently received Hie Governor General's Bronze IMeclal for achieving the high- est Grade 9 standing in the County of Warner in 1970-71. Mr. Skeith was a student at the Raymond Junior High School. Bands backed TABER (HNS) Adult edu- cation classes in the Tabor school division have swung heavily toward community band work, with bonds or- ganixed at Vauxhall under Rob- ert 0. Dick and at Tabor under N. Millon Iverson. The other areas of possible adult education classes have met with little response, five being interested in typing, and only one or two each in French, English, industrial arts, mathe- matics and bookeeping. Hunters' party TABER (HNS) Taber Fish and Game Association is hold- ing its annual hunters' party Saturday evening, Oct. 9, at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall. Club president Cliff West says MASTER GETS BOOTS SHINED John Schooten and Brian Sircy, facing camera, polish master's boots with a tooth brush during initiation day at the Nobleford high school. Luchia Photo Fall tea, bazaar set for Nov. 17 at Coaldale V COALDALE (HNS) The fall tea and bazaar of Coal- dale Community Hospital Wom- en's Auxiliary will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 17 in the hospital board room. All donations to the bazaar and bake tables will be appre- ciated. Arrangements for the event were made at the recent meet- ing- Tickets will be sold on a raf- fle for a decorated Christmas cake and a three-piece crochet vanity set. The set will be do- nated by Mrs. T. Then. Mrs. James McQuillan agreed to bake 25 pounds of fruit cake and decorate one cake for the raffle. Cakes re- maining will be sold on the bake table. Mrs. D. C. Lloyd will bake and donate some cake for the sale. M r s. Y. P. Matsumiya agreed to donate five table- cfoths for card tables to be used at the tea and one cloth for the serving table. Three card tables will be pur- chased bv the auxiliary. Mrs. Stop suffering from INDIGESTION SOUR STOMACH WILDERS Stomach Powder Also available in Tablets James Fair is in charge of pro- curing them. Mrs. David Gcert- zcn and -Mrs. James McQuillan i will provide the other two tables needed for the tea. A drapery lining sewing bee will be conducted in the hos- pital sewing room Wednesday, Oct. 20, at p.m. Any in- (terested women are invited to j come and assist in this project. I The linings in the hospital's patients rooms need to be re- placed. Material has been pur- chased by the hospital board. Mrs. J. F. Oliver bakes and decorates birthday cakes for the patients at the hospital. This is a volunteer project she undertakes on behalf of the aux- iliary. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LIU. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor 517 4lh Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 ELECT A REPRESENTATIVE FOR WORKING PEOPLE TO CITY COUNCIL NORM LECLAIRE STANDS FOR 1. Greater Concern for and the Develop- ment of policies that accord with the wishes of our citizens. 2. Fair and reasonable taxation for our citizens. 3. Looking into costs and structure of Civic Administration in our City. Vote LECLAiRE, NORMAND E. Insortod by iha "Nnp" Milroy, Norm Loelniro Campaign Commitleo Phone 328-4245 or 327-6133_________________ Miss Noble honored by friends SPRINGS fHNS) Miss Claudia Noble was the guest of honor at a miscel- laneous shower held in the Hnntsiille School auditorium at Iron Springs recently. A novel brides' book was made l.he guests under the direction of Mrs. C. Miller. Dur- ing Lhe evening iMJss Noble was presented with an array of gifts for her future home and was asisted in opening them by her sisters, Mrs. S. Tamura and Miss Mai via Noble. Her sisters Lori Michelle and Sherry Noble presided over the gift, table. At the conclusion of the eve- ning a buffet lunch was served to (he (10 women who were in attendance. 'Ten Fingers for IRON SPRINGS (HNS) There wore eight members and five visitors at Hie October meeting of tbe Iron Springs UCW held at the home of Mrs. J. D. Erno. Adolo Alexander was in charge nf the and study tlie study boing a book review on "Ten Fingers For God." Christmas e a r d catalogues wore distributed to tbe mem- bers for their usual selling pur- poses. llANTK OCT. n Keho Park Golf Club will hold a dance, Saturday, Oct. 23, in the Barons Community Tlall with Shearer's Orchestra in nt- lendanre. The flraw tor the carl, ban and Rolf clubs will take place at this function. Get the Bug VOTE Not supported by ony Financial Group Not backed by any Business or other Association No personal gain involved The man who cares for all citizens of Coaldale If you care for Coaldale Your Ballot will read VOTE REDDiKG, Doug X Inserted by Doug Redding Independent, Public School Board and Town Council Candidate ELL'S APPAREL CLOTHING STORE CLOSE-OUT AUCTION SALE 109 Centre Street FOREMOST, ALBERTA SATURDAY, OCT. 16 10 A.M. Having been favored with instructions from Mrs. Ell, who is closing out her business known as Ell's Apparel Store in Foremost, we will offer for tale the following items as listed below which is merely a guide and in no way a guarantee as to description or condition as the items listed are subject to additions, deletions or errors as you may find them at the sale. TERMS: Cosh the day of the with settlement in full before removal from the premises. Store Fixtures, Office Equipment and Household Items display registers; 1 Beotly elec- tric stainless steel steam table for restaurant; burner electric silex coffee maker; 1 furnoce, cpprox. Jo B.T.U.; hot water tank and heater; 8 cu, ft. refi ;gerator; 1 cooler. 2- wringer washing machines, SPECIAL 1 1962 Dynamic Oldsrnobile 4 door sedan with power sieer- ing and power brakes. {Subject to prior STOCK 166-Patr G.W.G. children's slacks; 160-Pair men's G.W.G. pants; 83-Pair ladies' G.W.G. pants; 12-Men's winter jackets; pant suits; kiddies' shoes; men's oxfords; 50-Toys; 8-Pair cowboy boots; 83-Men's shirts; men's rubbers; 20--Pair men's overshoes; men's winter boots; 25-Pair men's rubber boots; 50-Pair girls' runners; 42-Pair men's runners; ladies' runners; 60-Pair boys' run- ners; men's caps; of broadcloth, etc., bib overalls, coverall, boys' rubber boots, boys' oxfords, all occasion cards; 620-Zippers; 28-Girdks; 110-Bras; 900- Buttons; G.W.G. jackels; 75-Pair men's mitts and gloves; Miscellaneous jewellery, sun glasses, and many more items too numerous to mention. Store and Living Suite building with 2 bedroom suite upslairs will be offered for sale by auction at 2 p.m. Terms and conditions on sale of building only as follows: A minimum of cash down payment, of which .3500.00 must be paid the day of the sole and the additional to be paid in 30 days. Possession on December 31, 1971, providing total cash down payment has been made and balance over 7 years at 8% interest, with an upset starting bid of per month on balance for 84 equal payments (interest and principle Auction will bo on the monthly payments as announced at me sale. 10% Discount allowed on any excess of if paid on or before November 15, 1971. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Any one looking for good, comfortable living quarters nt a very low price is well to look into this store with living quarters upstairs. This scilo is n wonderful opportunily to stock up on winter doming nt your own price. Plan now to attend. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD., BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORD OF MOUTH" For Further Information Phone 345-3534 or Iho Owner AUCTIONEERS LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDIEY Lie No 010120 lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 trophy will be presented for the largest pheasant bagged (hiring Hie first two days of tire InmtiJig season. Ths buffet supper, entertain- ment and dance well com- mence at p.m. The charge is