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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta KRAHN CONSTRUCTION POURS ANOTHER FOUNDATION Krahn builds houses COALDALE (HNS) Krahn Construction Limited carpent- ers are hard at work building the first houses in the new Kralm sulxiivision. Seven show homes are being built. It's the first, step in de- veloping the subdivision. The concrete for five base- ments has been poured. These show homes will cost from to It is ex- pected they will be completed by Christmas, Henry Krahnf president, and Ben Rcimer, business manager, reported recently that if weath- er permits it is hoped to build another 10 houses this year. The Kralm subdivision is a 40- acre parcel of land. It was for- merly owr.c-d by J. J. Lowen of Coaloale. It is located on the ex- treme east end of town. The subdivision Is divided it is planned to build 30 houses into three stages of devel- and sell the other 28 lots lor the opment. Each stage comprises purchaser to build. 'Hie other about 53 lots. The intent is to two stages will bo developed in develop the first portion this the following years, according year and 1973. The firm says to demand. Mrs. Williams sees airport, way off in clouds of red Uipe NATAL (HNS) Fernie ald- erman Mae Williams says It "could lake years" to complete arrangements prior to building a Fernic-Sparwood-Eikford air- port between Fernie and Spar- wood. Department of transport rep- resentative Ben Rule of Van- couver outlined recently tho steps for acquisition ol a new, larger airport for the area to a committee chaired by Aid- irman Williams. Mrs. Williams said there is no more to be done about the application to the federal ROV- ernment for the airport. It is new in the process of being ap- >rovecl hut it could take years r a final answer. Mr. Rule told the group to he prenared for a long wait. The work before the committee is to acquire the land selected as the most suitable airport site. A site engineer was consult- ed to make an evaluation of two sites proposed. One chosen is about three miles northeast of Hosmer between Highway 3 and the Elk River. Mrs. Wil- Apparently, CNI was not happy about giving a 20-year lease but has agreed to terms oi per acre with the lease cost renewable at five year inter- vals. Mr. Rule fold the group I her? is a new formula "under consid- eration" by the federal govern ment in which 90 per cent of the cost would be borne by the government. The present formula provides Wedneidpy, October 11, 1972 THE lETHBRIDGl HERALD 3 One board or two? PICTURE BUTTE As a re- sult of the County of Lethbridgc No. 28 council's attempt to amalgamate the present two re- gional recreation boards (at Picture ISutte and Coaldale) un- der one regional recreation board, a steering committee was recently formed. The purpose of this steering committee was to come up with recommendations for a one board system and also for an al- ternative system. Memters of the committee were from both of the present recreation hoards. After meeting with Reeve Dick Papworih, the committee did not turn down a suggestion from the reeve that they elim- inate antagonism by coming un- der one recreation board. Ralli- er the committee decided that if the reeve felt the eountv coun- cil might consider a modified two board system that they would make r e c ommendatioos for it. The committee has sines in a d c recommendations for Iwlh a one beard regional rec- reation system and a two board regional recreation system which would be modified from the present two board system. Fernie and Spar- liams described as being CWL reviews activities WARNER (HNS) The War- ner Catholic Women's League recently resumed its activities for the fall term. Mrs. Catherine Drake report- ed a successful tea and rum- mage sale was held Bt tire Ridgeview Lodge at Raymond. Food and items for the rum- mage sale were donated by members. Several members of Hie War- ner council took care of the lunch this year at (.he blood donors1 clinic last July. Mrs. Rose Thorn reported that the CWL float won first prize at the Warner sports Day parade. Members thanked Jo- iayne Fletcher for the use of her car. The social action committee, with Mrs. Lorraine Hcppler and Mrs. Alice Murray in charge, served lunch after (he Frances Siedel and Bill Stroman funer- als. The library haJl was rent- ed for these two occasions. Airs, Orabelle Graham read a letter from the Franciscans in Regina, thanking the CWL for the used stamps sent to them. Everj' stamp is valuable and is a source of income for these religious communities. Miss Marie Pittman was the winner of the CWL schol- arship for highest standing in Grade 12 social studies, A "thank you" note was received from her. The CWL will buy ail the catechism books and teachers' manuals for this year. These books are to be turned in to the CWL at the end of the school year so that they can be used again next year. HEAD FORT MACLEOD BRANCH Elected 10 head the Fort Macleod branch of the Canadian Cancer Society are, from left, Mrs. Grace Huntley, vice-president; Mrs. Lilly MEddleton, president; Mrs. Hilly Medley, secretary; Cecil Gordon, Lelhbridge campaign manager; and Mrs, Janet Tilbe, past-president. -Jean Swihart Pholo Elect new slate west of Olsen crossing but east of the picnic site. The selected site Is owned by Crows Nest Industries and lease negotiations are under way. Federal regulations require that the parties planning the airport either own the land out- right or have a minimum 20- year lease. sis. Initially. wood councils were joined in the endeavor to get a now air- port. Now, Mrs. Williams said. Elkford is becoming interested in joining the scheme. The cities have merely agreed to investigate the acqui- sition of an airport. Since the cost of huilding has not been es- timated yet, or how the cost will he split between them, they are not committed. The finished airport will ini- tially have a gravel runway, to he paved later, alxiut 4.000 feel long and 300 feet wide. Fernie's present airport is 200 feet by feel. FORT MACLEOD Fort Macleod branch of the Ca- nadian Cancer Society has elected Mrs, Lilly Middleton president. Mrs. Grace Huntlev is vice- president; Mrs. Hilly Hedley, secretary and the past pres- ident is Mrs. Janet Tilbe. Cecil Gordon, Letbbridge campaign manager, said the brancli was formed here in 1951. There were six people involved and S300 was raised. "Now, 11 years later, over 60 are attending this meeting. The town and district raised I am proud and all Fort Mac- leod can be justly proud." The support of the lo- cal branch helped the Lcth- bridgc cYs'ricl exceed its objec- tive. The provincial amount to be raised was and Leth- bridge and district raised more than The educational film, Deci- sion, was viewed. It dealt with cancer common to women. Dr. R. L. Grynoch spoke and an- swered questions. The patient services commit- tee will be expanded. The Fort Macleodi LioneUes have sup- pb'ed transportation, for pa- tients, to the clinic for treat- ment. They will continue with this, volunteer service. Mrs. Gunn of the Lcthbridge office, explained the advantages of pa- tient Dr. Grynoch said lhal fear associated with the disease was worse than the disease. People who have survived cancer lor five years are almost certain lo be" free, but as yet, there is no such thing as certain cure, j He also said that the govern- ment pays all cancer expens- es, even the S5 hospitab'zation fee is waived to the patient. He and the other local doc- tors would like to see a patient service committee formed here. The advantages would be that the doctors could call on a per- son to arrange rites to the can- cer clinic when necessary. Other functions would provide some help at home and most important of all to boost the morale of patients. In the past, the Fort Macleod Lionettes have supplied trans- portation to and from the clinic when called upon to do so. Rep- resentatives from the club will discuss expanding its commun- ity service. The club's decisions will be made known to the cancer exec- utive following its October meeting. More district on page 10 Miss Ellert hoovered with Prepare site for complex BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Drain Brothers Construction is levelling and clearing the grounds east of the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital in pren- aration for the construction work that is expected to start soon on the new senior citizens arid nursing home complex. Jt will be built adjacent to the hospital. gifts COUTTS (HNS) A shower, honoring Miss Elaine was held recently in the Coutts j Civic Centre. Mrs. Evelyn Long, introduced participants. Miss Shelley Minor and Eve-' lyn Long entertained with some musical numbers. Miss Holly Minor introduced the guest of honor and also as- sisted her at the gift table. Miss Valerie Dangerfield rec- orded the gifts. A guest book was passed around and every- one signed it. Elaine Ellert and Leonard Minor will be married at Milk River. The couple will live at Leth- bridge where Mr. Minor will be employed at HaiCo Manufac- i luring Ltd. FOR COMPLETE BOOK CONTACT The Lcthhridgc Herald PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 or 328-4411 SAVINGS BY THE BARREL FULL PRE- MOVING SALE CARPETS Dance Friday 11 ANN A There will be a dance at the Garden Plain Hall Friday, Oct. 20. The music will be supplied by Herb Pfahl and his Country Drifters. The public is extend- er'i a cordial We art moving our entire carpel department to our new location (rent door} en Slh Street 5. We must move sq. yds. of rarpeting so In order to make the move easier we're offering all stock items at big savings Just chetk ths examples listed and then hurry in and savel We'd Rather Sell it at Big Savings Than Move It TAMING A TERRIBLE-TEMPERED BULL Oscar Walters, all-around champion ot the 1971 Raymond Indoor Rodeo, will be bock again this year lo try his skill with the bulls, saddle broncs and steers. There will be one show friday evening and two Sat- urday ot the Raymond arena. the second annual Raymond Indoor Rodeo. HEAT SET 100% 501 DUPONT NYLON SHAG By BARRYMORE Heavy traffic roled and static treated. 150 sq. yds. 1 tone gold. 49 sq. yds. olive. 100 sq. yds. cream. 83 sq. yds. ]nde green, 65 sq, yds, blue green. Regular A -50 12.95 UU Sq. Yd. NOW Sq. Yd. UNO DEPARTMENT TIP SHEARED 3 TONED COLOR ACRILAN BY HARDING 30 sq. yds. brass. 90 sq, yds. moss. 75 sq. yds. Gold. 100 sq. yds. Reg. 12.95 sq, yd. HARVEST SALE Sq. Yd. 3 TONED PROPYLON LOOPED by BARRYMORE 0 200 sq. yds. 3 Jone blue 310 sq. yds. 3 tone gold-orange, ]75 sq. yds. 3 lone green. 705 sq. yds. 3 toned red. A 175 sq. 3 loned rusl. Reg. 10.95 Sq. Yd. HARVEST SALE Sq. Yd. .REMNANT CARPETS 12" x 12" LINO TILE Beige. Regular 30c sq. Now each 12" x 12" PURE VINYL TILES Bpitvt- or Reg. 50c sq. ft. 1Q Now each v 12" X !2" Amlico VINYL ASBESTOS TILE Check paiiern. your basement n< save. Reg. 35c Harvest Super Special Sq. Fl. Only Fii f ond ig. it- 18c Amtico Vinyl asbestos tile colors. 35c sq. ft. Now 22c sq. ft. 12' cushion vinyl 5.00 lin. ft..................... 2.95 lin. f I. 6' Congoleum 1.25 lin. It..........................89 lin. ft. 6' Inlaid lino. 2.95 lin. ft........................... 1.95 lin. f.t 6' Cushion lino. 3.50 lin. ft....................... 2.50 lin. ft. Large Selection of remnants special priced 36" rubber molting 4 colors. I.V5 lin. ft..............1.50 lin. fl. ROLLS and ROLL ENDS 42 sq. yd. tip sheared rus! onlron nylon Reg. 11.95 sq. yd. Now 7.95 71 sq. yd. nylon green shag Reg. 10.95 sq. yd. Now........ 5.95 70 sq. yd. propylon twist green Reg. 10.95 sq. yd. Now...... 8.95 26 sq. yd. nylcn shag white Reg. 13.95 sq. yd. Now........ 9.95 77 sq. yd. looped brown propyldti Reg. 11.95 sq. yd. Now 5.95 125 sq. yd. nylon Spanish design rusl rubber back Reg. 10.95 sq. yd. Now 8.95 50 sq. yd. nylon shag purple Reg. 9.95 sq. yd. Now........ 7.95 Many, Many UncidvertisecJ Itomt Too Numerous To List Also At Big Savings Convenient Terms! All Sales Final! nylon shag green propylon twist gold ocrilan sheared avion Iweed gold black nylon shag green nyfon looped rubber backed nylon looped burnt oranae nylon sheared gold 2' wool plush turq shag nylon 2 tone green shag nylon blue green nylon shag mess wool turq wool moss shag nylon aold 1x12' acrilon sheared white green 61 sq. yd. nylon shag avocado Reg. 14.95 sq. yd. Now...... 9.95 63 sq. yd. nylon shag olive Reg. 10.95 sq. yd. Now 6.95 90 sq. yd. oxile green rubber back Reg. 4.50 sq. yd. Now 2.95 31 sq. yd. ocrilon twist turq. Reg. 1 4.95 sq. yd. Now........ 9.95 31 sq. yd. red nylon shag. Reg. 11.95 sq. yd. Now.......... 5.95 60 sq. yd. rust nylon looped Reg. 7.95 sq. yd. Now........ 4.95 39 sq. yd. gold wool Reg. 12.95 sq. yd. Now.............. 8.95 Clear TENNEX RUNNER Cola clear or gold. Reg. 1.95 lin. ft. Now lin. ft......... 1.30 CAPITOL FURNITURE "THE CARPET HOUSE OF THE SOUTH" 326 5th Street S. Phone 327-8578 ;