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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 -THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Otlober II, 1972- lo clear >vny for aparlmenl CHANBIiOUK (Sin1 i- i ill'- On ciiv TOiuu-il resolution an expropriation bylaw is prepared on the "-tticlo snip. Iii5 feet irthuanl from Soulll The city valued it at 51.500. Tliis rapidly developing sec- tion is former Colonel Baker es- tate. Archuii Developments Ud. s now renting apartments in mirthuiiii ti fin St access ea.sl extensmn frontage. Ave. cNtcnsiun is maiulu-; Krimk Hayncs. representing or cily use. another holding company which Owners are Centaur Holdings plans a 20-suitc apadment in 1 td a local group, whose spo-1 (tie general area, has been k'l'iinaii was 'inn aid-1 pressing the city (or approved nman Sleplian Atdrison. j legal access to liis company's tie told council liis company j site, tt cannot otherwise be le- valued the strip. ;iniountim: to gaily developed, be said. Roun UCW fair set COUTTS (HNS) Covitts United Chnveh Women held its Octolm- meeting at the home of Mrs. Madeline Hacke willi Mrs. Pearl Ilacke as co-hostess. Twelve members were pres- ent. The devotional was Thanksgiving theme. District News akTVi __ue. tW" Final plans were made lor an "old fasbion fair" to be liolcl Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 23, from 2 to 5 o'clock in Hie Coutts Civic Centre. There will be a novelty table, bazaar items, bake table and luncli. Added attractions will be a scripture cake, with recipe, a "treasures and trash" booth BI and possibly some entertain- ment. 707 head sold CHANBKOOK Prices continued fair at the re- cenl Cranbrook Sales Point of Community Auctions Sales Ltd. here when 707 mixed head sold for manager Bill Bradford reports. it was 1972's largest entry, and prices were down from the previous week's peak. Sale brought to 1.709 head I ho jar's turnover and the return lo growers. South Country preliminary entry notice has been riled for the calf sales, one of which will be Charolais-eross animals, and to 300 pregnancy tested The Canadian Family Store SAL1: THURS., FRK OCT. 12- AVAILABLE AT ALL OUR STORES WHILE QUANTITIES LAST 318 6fh Street S. Phone 328-6566 QUALITY PURCHASE FOR ALL OUR STORES El'S FIRST When you see them you'll want several and our fantastic low price makes it happen. Boucle knit blend, made in Can- ada, Machine Washable Tan, wine, red, brown, rust, navy Raglan Sleeves Sixes f% sugg. retail OUR LOW PRICE..... PRICE! LADIES' SWEATERS New-season fashion for the layered look. By a top Canadian maker. Wash- able 100% acrylic in three lop styles. Large assortment of colours. Sizes S.M.L. WERE 4.98 MOW HALF PRICE.... Run-resistant, made in Canada. Col- ourful, practical way to look smart, warm, Assorted Fall coloixs, 1 to 14. Reg. to L79 OUR LOWEST PRICE EVER CHILDREN'S 'SAVAGE' SHOES j, All First Quality, Made in Canada Don't miss Ihis chance lo buy famous make shoes for boys and girts. Variety of colours, including brown and block. "Sanitized" for comforl. Styles for dress, school and play wear. Sizes 2 lo 8 and S'.i lo 4 in group, Orig. to 7.98 EXTRA SPEOAl pr. Banquet set BLA1KMORE (CNP Bureau) annual banquet for the By CA. Weekes Special Irom Ottawa: You will recall our _______ our nation's'capital. It bred cows arc entered for Nov. js a wonderful city, an old city with marvelous parks, rivers, canals and bindings ot impos- ng size. The architecture is inlcrest- ng and, of course, the I'ar- Blairmore and Frank citizens, 70 years of and older, sponsored by the Blair- more Order of the Royal Pur- ple Lodge, will be held Monday, Oct. 16. A banquet, program of enter- tainment and social evening is being planned for senior citizens and is scheduled to start at p.m. Persons who have not re- ceived an invitation or who re- quire transportation should phone 562-2735 or 662-2482. Pheasant derby BROOKS Members Brooks Elks Lodge are lining up their "North American Pheasant Derby" which will re- sult in the declaration of the 1872 champion. The event this year is set back to Saturday, Oct. 11, ow- pheasant season opening after Thanksgiving Day instead of the traditional Thanksgiving weekend. There will be prizes for the hunter bringing in the longest tail feather the first three receiving prizes with a tro- phy and going to the win- and the other two receiving cash prizes. There also will be prizes for: Heaviest bird, Hunter coming from the farthest distance, Oldest hunter, Woman with pheasant hav- ing the longest tail feather. Women also are eligible for the other three classifications it is just possible that one of the fair sex could cop the whole prize section. The event is held in Elks iamcnt Buildings occupy the )lace of honor. Tlie national headquarters of he Boy Scouts of Canada is iere, too. Chateau Lnurier and other :iugc edifices are prominent. Ottawa sprang from the orig- inal small settlement built by Colonel John By from 1826 to 1855. It was incorporated in 1850 with the name changed from Bylown to Ottawa. Queen Vic loria chose it as the new capita of Canada in 1857. The Parliament Building were in use by 1806 and tin selection as capital of Canad; confirmed by the 1867 Brilis North America Act. The city has aways had large French-Canadian popui pcckcio. Also quilf- 5 d p' n i n c r w i t h o If ti c h e d hoods, pile trim, I r> ro '5 and S.M.L. Reg. to JACKETS Reg. 12.98 100% wafer repellent nylon schuss shell, hidden hood, pile lined. Green, brown, blue, navy, yellow. Small, medium, largo, extra Icnge. GIRLS' ORE NYL! SKI JACKETS Smart young fashion of popular cire nylon. Warm but lightweight poly- ester fill. Self belt, racer stripe trim, hidden liood. Assorted fall and win- ter shades. Reg. 9.98 ;