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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta AIDS NUItSES Mrs. Jo- .Ann Wood will lead the Con- tinuing Education Institute for nurse practitioners which will be held at the Cranbrook Community Health Centre Oct. 16 and 17. Mrs. Wood is chairman of the provincial continuing nursing education committee in psychiatric nursing and will be a re- source person at several in- stitutes throughout the prov- ince this year. At the UBC School of Nursing she has teaching responsibilities in the area of normal human behavior and psychiatric nursing. Committee Chair- man, Mrs. Lyn Reynolds, in- dicates registrations to date show considerable interest and will be accepted at any time up until Oct. Early registrations will receive pre- reading material free. Taylor Speaks Oct. 28 TABER (HNS) Two gen eral meetings of the Taher Chamber of Commerce are be- ing planned for the last week of October. Both will be dinner meetings at Petrie's Pantry on Highway 3, and each will commence at p.m. Cooperation for the Monday, Oct. 26, meeting has been as- sured by both local Kiwanis and Lions Clubs who will fore- go regular club meetings in fa- vor of the chamber meeting- Alberta Minister of High- ways shd Tourism Gordon E. Taylor will be the guest speak- er at the Wednesday, Oct. 28 meeting. Mr. Taylor will be in south- ern Alberta to attend the an- nual highways meeting at Leth- bridge earlier in the afternoon. A third meeting of the cham- ber council may take place on Thursday, Oct. 29, to meet with Alberta Representative of the Canadian Chamber of Com- merce Colin L. Rines, Edmon- ton, who will be on a south Al- berta tour. The chamber has invited Mr. Rines to attend the Wednesday evening meeting, but if his itinerary prevents his atten- dance, then a noon luncheon meeting the following day will be called. WI To Tour Sunburst Ceramics WARNER (HNS) Tile Oc- tober meeting of tire Warner Women's, Institute was held at the home of Mrs. C. Drake with Mrs. J. Cress as co-hostess. Treasurer reported a bank balance of A tour of Sunburst Ceramics is planned for Oct. 15. Good reading books are ac- ceptable at the Indian Friend- ship Centre and the Golden Mile Drop-in Centre. Good, used, clean clothing will be accepted for a clothing drive. Deadline will be Oct. 31. Mrs. Thelma Cress gave a re- port of the Warner Constituency Conference, held in Warner. Mrs. G. R. Nish, as con- stituency convener, has chosen as her theme for the con- stituency study and discussion in the branches the Foundation of the Nation." ACWW project this year is Coupon 390, to aid the illiterates of Villa Maria, Colombia. Mrs. Nish also urged the members to continue their project for the Provincial Building Fund. A discussion followed on the possible structural changes in (he districts of the province. In some constituencies, branches have to travel almost 100 miles from one branch to another. This new area change would bring the branches closer together. The 1971 constituency confer- ence will be held in Raymond. The Warner WI winter pro- ject is to gather and file a complete s e t of provincial re- port books, Home and Country and Federated News maga- zines for the local library. Mrs. Ethyl Morton and other members gave a history of the "Pennies for Friendship" fund, which realized Pamela Heppler introduced Marcey Pittman, who gave a report of the Jolly Janes Sep- tember meeting. Officers are: president, Gail Biggers, vice- president, Wendy Heppler; sec- retary, Pamela Heppler; trea- surer, Debbie Nilsson; social convsner, Laura Pittman. Visit Friends WARNER (HNS) Mrs. Mae Otto and her daughter, Mrs. Margaret Rowe, 'former east Warner residents, visited friends enroute to their home in Long Beach, Calif., after attending the wedding of her grandson, Brian Otto, in Calgary recently. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dies and Craig visited relatives in Van- couver, B.C. SUMMER GAMES WINNERS Eight gold, 16 silver and 30 bronze medals were awarded to 45 Taber district winners of the Southern Alberta Summer Games played at Pincher Creek. The awards were presented by Mayor Arthur H. Avery and Taber district recreation commission chairman Lewis P. Pollard. Taber hopes the winter games will take place in the new recreation complex here. Pastoral Charge Organized By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE 'Alfred Mc- Kay of Blairmore was elected chairman to head a unit board known as the Crowsnest Pass pastoral charge for United Churches. Mr. McKay has been on the board of elders for about 20 years. His wife has taught Sun- day school classes, mid-week groups and conducted junior choirs- The board has been divided into five divisions Which in- clude congregational life and work division; worship and sacraments division; finance division; mission and outreach division; and property and management division. Dorothy Poriz of Blairmore will act as official board sec- retary. Rev. Bob Smith, Crowsnest Pass minister, will act as co- chairman of the board. Mrs. Flora Kovach of Blair- more and Mrs. Doreen White of Bellevue will act as co-chair- man for their respective com- munities on the congregational life and work division. A Cole- man representative is to be ap- pointed. Mrs. Emily Owen of Coleman was appointed 8s co-chairman on the mission and outreach di- vision. Rev. Smith was appointed chairman of the worship and sacraments division with the' following to act as co-chairman for their respective communi- ties: Mrs. Lil Price, Bellevue; Mrs. Ingsr Randies, Blair- more; Mary McKinnon, Cole- man; Mrs. Bessie Halton and Mrs. J. Currie, Hillcrest- Alex Wells of Blairmore. was named chairman of the finance division. Harry Beeber of Bel- levue am? Del Hereford of Cole man will be co-chairman. Bernard Blades of Coleman was nominated chairman of the property and management di- vision. Walter Price will be Bel- levue co-chairman. A. Tiberg is the Blairmore co-chairman. Bernard Blades will set up a manse committee. Miss Norma Jean McKay Sparwood Gains Health Clinic NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Di- rectors of the East Kootenay Union Board o.f Health at a re- cent meeting decided to move the clinic to Sparwood. The school board earlier in- dicated it would be prepared to make a room available in one of the schools. Immunization of infants and pre-school children in the Fer- nie school district, which for the past two years has been lower than the rest of the East Kootenay school district, has been brought back in line. Re- minders were sent to 96 fami- lies in the district of Sparwood and 58 of these families re- sponded to the reminders. The contribution by the Dis- and now from Herb's Western Wear setting the South Country's image with selection and quality western clothing Herb Shector suggests... that you get in the swing of things for Fall in JEANS from Herb's LEWS BELL BOTTOMS PRE-SHRUNK SHRINK TO FIT WITH BUTTON FLY SADDLEMAN COLORED PERMA PRESS BOOT JEANS LEVIS FASHION FLARES STRIPES AND PLAIN COLORS. ALL PERMANENT PRESS. JUST ARRIVED NEW WHITE LEVIS' AT 11.95 MEN'S LEVI'S JACKETS LEE- LEE SLIMS MEN'S LEE JACKETS LADIES' LEES KIDDIES' LEES LEE RODEO CUT BLUE DENIM, BROWN, AND GREEN, IN PERMA-PRESS DENIM CHOOSE FROM THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION OF COWBOY BOOTS in the South Country .134 Featuring Tony Lama, Justin, Texas, and Herb't Own. A truly varied selection of leathers, styles, and colors. PRICED FROM ,95 Remember If it's WESTERN or RUGGED and if it's NEW you'll find it FIRST at Say "CHARGE IT" the easy WESTERN WAY at Herb's OPEN THUP5. nnd 308 5th Street S. WESTERN WEIR TII a.nn P M GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE trict of Sparwood of 90 doses of Rubella vaccine was acknowl- edged. The Eubella program now provides free vaccine for all children in Grades 1, 2 and 3 and for girls in Grade 6. With some additional help from the Regional District of East Kootenay and from other contributing communities the remaining children in elemen- tary schools could be vaccinated at a p r i c e of SI per dose to those children not. included in the free dosage program. Plastic Foam Butterflies Tonight's Plan COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale Arts and Crafts will hold a "quick crafts" meeting at the home of Marg King at 7 p.m. today. The members will be making plastic foam butterflies. Members are reminded to bring pinking shears, pipe cleaners, two colors of foam and needles and thread. New members are welcome. Bring Students To South STIRLING (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Romeril, their daughter Gloria, and Mrs. Cleon Wright of Cardston trav- elled to Masset, B.C., recently to supervise the Indian students taking part in the LDS Church placement program. They chaperoned them to their south Alberta destination by train and bus. Results cf the high school elections were announced at the opening party recently after a day of campaign speeches to- gether with initiation of the Grade 9 students, Gordon Pengilly is president. Other officers are: Brian Peterson, vice president; Nel- lie Visscr, secretary, and Cindy Hill, activity director. The Grade 12 room represen- tative is Carol Ann Adamson. Brent Herget handles the job for Grade H and Judy Hirsche for Grade 10. LDS Seminary classes meet at. 8 a.m. Fred Romeril is president, Carol Ann Adamson, vice president, and Barbara Hardy, secretary. Darryl Nils- son is the instructor. TWO VOTE TABER (HNS) Only two voters turned out lor tne ad- vance poll Friday in Ta- bor's fall civic election, accord- ing to returning officer Tom Anton, was appointed Sunday School sunerintendent for Blairmore. Official board meetings will be held on the first Wednesday of each month. Wilkinson Quits Post TABER (HNS) Tata- town council recently received notice of the resignation of Dwight C. Wilkinson as solicitor for the town because of his "views regarding the conduct of the town's business." Council referred to commit- tee an application by R. E. Galvin to purchase seven acres of isolated "ecal company" land to augment his holdings. Council hsard a report of two fires and four ambulance calls in town, and one fire and three ambulance calls hi the Taber MD during September- Three cr four members of council will attend the annual meeting of the Alberta Urban Municipal! ties Association at the Palliser, Calgary Oct. 27 through 30. ALFRED McKAY EARLY SELLOUTS Two of Penn State's five home football games for next fall are sellouts. Wtdnitday, Octoblr H, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Plan Top Of World Park Northeast Of Fort Steele By PAUL CHALA Herald News Service NATAL, B.C. (HNS1) A pro- posal that an area known as "The Top of the World" be made into a provincial park has been referred to the tech- nical planning committee of the Regional District of East Koot- enay. The suggestion that the area northeast of Fort Steele be used "as a wilderness area" was presented to the last meeting of the board of directors of the RDEK by Kimberley Rod and Gun Club. It has been pushing the proposal for more than a year. Spokesman for the Kimber- ley Rod and Gun Club, G. Mc- Kee of Kimberley, says the proposal has the backing of the East Kootenay Wildlife As- sociation as w e 11 as many citi- zens in the East Kootenay. It was put to the parks branch in the spring of 1969 for study, and discussed with the branch in the fall. The rod and gun club circu- lated brochures over the sum- mer, and brought the plan to the RDEK board in the fall. The board referred the matter to administrators for a recom- mendation. Regional planner Alfred Miller says he will take the recommendation of the techni- cal planning committee to the board meeting. The committee is made up of 19 members of provincial departments and lo- cal boards and civic admin- istrations. It must, under let- ters patent of the RDEK, con- sider any matter on which a regulatory bylaw jnight be passed. ALPINE AREA The club's proposal is that the Fish Lake Recreational Re- serve at the headwaters of the Lussier River be extended to include the unique Alpine area known as "Top of the World" and that it be classified as a Class A Park or wilderness area with no commercial ex- ploitation of natural resources, no grazing permits and no motorized1 vehicles. Hunting and fishing would, be allowed, although as Mr. Mc- Kee points out, the changing habits of people in their recrea- tion point to increased use of the area for hiking and simply getting away from pavement, and hunting will not likely be a big draw to the area. Game population in the area is not large. As forest company officials point out, game will not graze in overmature forest. The area is easily accessible to most places in the East Kootenay, particularly Cran- brook and Kimberley and would provide the only major park in the southern section of the East Koolenay. Crow iJnited Seeks Players NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The Crow United Hockey Club, which draws players from com- munities in the area from Fer- nie to Pincher Creek, is about to start its 1970-71 hockey sea- son and has issued an invita- tion to hockey players in the District of Sparwood to try out. The schedule will include 30 games in the Foothills League of .Alberta and four or five ex- hibition games. The first games will be played in No- vember. If anyone from the local dis- trict wishes to take advantage of t h e invitation, the man to contact is Charles Misurelli at Crowsnest, B.C. More District On Page 10 CARPET CLEAR-OUT I ROLL 12' NYLON SHAG Bronze Mist. Approx. 90 sq. yds. Reg. 11.50. Clearotu Sale sq. yd. V S95 1 ROLL 12' TWEED ACRILAN Bluetone, aprox. 105 sq. yds. Reg. 10.95....... Clearout Sale sq. yd. 4 .95 1 ROLL 12' ACRILAN TWIST Antique gold, approx. 70 sq. yds. Reg. 13.95. Clearouf Sale sq, yd. 1 ROLL OF 12' NYLON SHAG Approx. 56 sq. yds. tones. Reg. 13.95 sq. yd. CLEAROUT SALE........................... sq. yd. 9 ,95 SPECIAL PURCHASE BRAIDED RUGS Rust Brown Gold 1- 102" x 135" 69.95 22" ;t 1- 20" x 32" 4.90 Value 84.80 ALL 3 FOR 69 PLUS MANY MORE UNADVERTISED SPECIALS ON ROLLS OF QUALITY CARPETS OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT! ROOM SIZED Nylon Rust 179.00 Sale 99.00 Nylon Green 130.00 Sale 79.00 10'xl 2' Nylon Gold 180.00 Sale 99.00 9'xl2'AcrilanGoidLeaf 199.00 Sale 149.00 10'x12' Wool Turquoise 260.00 Sale 139.00 2' Nylon Gold 165.00 Sale 95.00 210.00 Sale 149.00 Nylon Gold 40.00 Sale 29.00 Nylon Green 9900 Sale 59.00 Pattern 119.00 Sale 79.00 Wool Beige 120.00 Sale 49.00 9'xll'9" Avalon Tangerine 109.00 Sale 59.00 Nylon Gold Sha0 155.00 Sale 119.00 2' Viscose Beige 150.00 Sale 79.00 14'x12'KodellGold 249.00 Sale 175.00 10'xir Nylon Beige 120.00 Sale 69.00 CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS MAY 5A51LY SE ARRANGED 326 5th Street S. Phone 327-8573 ;