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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Solurday, Cklober 14, 1972 THE LEIHBRIDGt HERALD NEAR MISHAP Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cozzi and grandson Mark of Coleman had their supper disturbed Tuesday evening when a large crude oil tanker truck came close to crashing into their living room. Going west wilh a load of oil, it was driven by Robert Cummings of Calgary. The unit was owned by Pine Tree Petroleum Distributor! of Calgjry and EdmonlDr. A brake problem occurred and Ihe truck slid off Highway 3. Decoux Photo Shower held ETZlKOJf (HNS) A show- er was held in the Elzikom Community Hall recently to honor Miss Mildred Schmidt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt. In charge of the program were Mrs. Maurice (Hazel) Erdman and Mrs. Carl (Ila) Su- therton. A lat-edged table cloth was signed by each guest. Assisting her sisler In un wrapping the gifts was Miss Karen Schmidt. Miss Gail John- son recorded and two other sis- ters, Misses Janice and Anna- belle Schmidt, displayed the Honor couple TURIN (IINS) A pot-luck supper lo honor Mr. and Mrs Mke Paskall will be held p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22, in the school auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Paskall farmer. i tlie Turin district lor a num- of years. They were both rominent in community activi- ies. Mr. and Mrs. Paskall and laughters, Brenda and Cheryl, now reside at Whitehorse, Yu- Relatives and friends are in- 'ifed. Eleven attend ETZIKOM (HNS) The Sac- Heart Faith Catholic Wom- en's League met recently with It members answering roll call at (he home of Mrs. Frank (Joyce) Ilarty. Leading the league prayer was Mrs. George (Lottie) Gaetz. Rev. Brian Hubka pre- sented a spiritual report. It was decided to cancel the turkey bingo and bake sale that was to be held some time in October. The hostess gift was present- ed to Mrs. Tony (Barbara) Kanig. Lunch was served by the hos- tess. Name secretary FORT MACLEOD (HNS) Mrs. Al Goddard of Fort Mac- ieod has been named secretary of the National Pensioner and Senior Citizens Federation. The annual convention was held recently at P.E.I., and was addressed by Health Minister John Munro. Tlie next annual convention will be held at Lelhbridge in September, 1973. Supper Nov. 7 ETZIKOM (HNS) The pen ally for not wearing a Hallow- een costume at the recent meet- in g of the Etzikom Sun shine Circle, held at the home of Mrs Parents want school buses back PINCIIEK CHEEK (Special) A committee of concerned irents is attempting to have a rmcr lown school lius service School facilities here arc ridcly spread from lire cast nd of the lown to the west end. In past years the school Oivi- ion has operated a pick-up scr- ice. It ended lasl spring. It bo- ame necessary lo terminate is service because ot operat- ig expenses, officials said. The parent committee has ent out questionnaires to fam lies having children affected asking if they were willing to iay a nominal yearly fee fo he service. Those letter of en quiry have liccn answered by about 60 people. At least 100 ar necessary if the exlra cost is lo be underwritten. In llic event (hat sufficient subscribers come forth, the 11- a n s pollution service would te available lo students attend- ing classes ot Michael's, Canyon, Matthew Halton end Central schools. School board vacancies to be filled at Pincher JMNCHEH CHEEK (Special) from the lown of Pinch- Returning officer Robert J. Rolh has issued a call for nom- natioiis for candidates for trus- tees on Ihc Ixrard of the Pijich- Creek School Division No. 29. Mr. Koth will preside at the divisional office between the hours of 10 a.m. and 12 noon Wednesday, Oct. 25, to accept official papers for candidates in subdivisions four and five and also for a second represen- er Creek. Terms of office for trustees Joe Sekella and Jerome Rob- bias in sulxlivisions four and ivc are about to expire. Hunter's party TABER (HNS) Taber Flsli and Game Association Is hold- ing its annual hunler's parly in the Taber Moose Home ihis Sat- urday, Oct. 14. A trophy will be presented this year for the largest pheas- ant bagged during the fall sea- son. The evening will get under way at 7 p.m. Coal slurry pipeline possible at Elk Valley Hobo lea money was handei n by several members. It decided to hold a smorgaslxn supper Nov. 7. There will be Iraw for a quilted bedsprca and fish pond for the childre Following the supper the re reational association will hold its first card party of the sea- son. The hostess gift was won by Mrs. Val Wiggell. A lunch was served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. 'Katie Halverson. The next meeting is scheduled for Nov. 1 at the home of Mrs. Sam (Ella) Robinson. SYSTEM OF TUBES Most Insects have a system of tubes which carry air to all parts of their bodies. SPARWOOD (HNS) If there's enough water in the Elk River and if a few route changes can be effected, Shel- pac Research and Development can build a coal slurry pipeline from the Elk Valley to the coast with Ihe blessings of the Regional District of East Koot- enay. The two reservations were stated in a resolution approving the route "in principle" at the Sepfember meeting of the RDEK. Aid. Stan Wilson of Kimber- ley moved the resolution point- ing out that the RDEK must be satisfied that (lie Elk River would not be depleted lo the "danger point." No discussion look place about (he economic effects on the res- idents of the RDEK if the pipe- line is built and replaces the railway as a major coal car rier. Mayor Vemon Uphill of Fer lie commented: "Its going to go in no matter what we say, f its feasible. Progress is pro- ;ress, Hearing a PROBLEM? PHILIPS New Life Hearing Aids Please send me literature and prices on I Behind the ear aldj Eyeglass aids 1 1 Body 1 All in-lhe-ear aids Lethbridge Hearing Aid Centre 324 5th St. Box 117 Phone 328-0363 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ATTENTION! PURITY BOTTLING (1967) LTD. having moved into their brand new plant at 2920 9th Ave. N., is now accepting applications for employees for all phases of employment in the soft drink industry. (Salesmen, Salesmen'i helpers, inside help, etc.) Send resume or apply in person to 2920 9th Ave. N. Lethbridge FOR YOUR ADDED HOPPING CONVENIENCE 7-ELEVEN FOOD STORE North Store Only 541 13th St. N. Now 24 Every Day Our Other Two 7-ELEVEN FOOD STORES 491 Mayor Magralh Drive 2004 Mayor Magralh Drive Will be open ilia regular hours of 7 1 1 p.m. EVERYDAY BINGO CARDS IOW ON SALE Heavy loads lightened o November 1 TABER (HNS) clay, Nov. 1, loading restrictions go on ail roads and liighways in the Taber MD under tiie con- trol of (lie MD council. All vehicles and equipment, Including loaded units, are lim- ited to a load limit in a move to protect the road surfaces. The maximum loading weights were approved by by- law passed recently by the MD council. The bylaw carries a maxi- mum of penally on convic- lion for infraction of the new legislation. limits on provincial Highways 3 and 36 are set by the department of highways at pounds, eight tons in ex- cess of the MD. The MD okayed purchase of a pneumatic compactor on lease- renlal for four months in the application of road oil to gra- vel surfaces. The price is 5-11) including the rental paid during Ihc summer monlhs. LIONS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE 19th TOWN AND COUNTRY PLAY-AT-HOME NEWSPAPER Proceeds towards LIONS CENTENNIAL PARK And other COMMUNITY PROJECTS BLACKOUT LONG FORECAST One astronomer has listed all the eclipses between 1207 BC ,-ind 2162 AD. BIRDIE SCKMITT ROY CIELAND Two of the "Schwartz" team hit home runs in tha monlh of September and therefore we honor Ihem both as soles represenlalives of the month. To scoro a run witli your house ncocls contact nny of our team at323-333l. Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE The first card wilh al! numbers covered (black- will receive the grond prize of In (he case of more than one blnckout the winners may "playoff" or spirt the prize, THE BONUS PRIZES for ths first loiter (Down tha "B" row and ocrosi Ihe for the first "X" (from corner lo corner through the centra both for thu first WHEN YOU HAVE A, WINNING CARD PHONE 327-7464 DAYS OR 327-0331 AFTER 6 P.M. IMMEDIATELY PLUS EXTRA BONUS HERE'S YOUR FIRST 8 NUMBERS 1-23, 0-69, 1-30, 1-20, 1-26, N-40, G-54, B-8. Additional numbers, plus all num- the "B" row, Iho centre. for Ihe the u tow ana across 'square" all numbers filled already be "B" row, "O" row, top Saturday in across the bolt The Bonus will be Ihe will be declared cards according in the case of a Ihe rotation of nu priies will be called. Bonus to numbers and the will have cards relumed lo decision is playing for TUUXb fcAKLT AND WIN ONE OR MORE BONUS HERE'S WHERE TO GET YOUR BARONS 0 Dayton's Temple COUTTS LOMOND Coults Motors Frosl's NATAL SHAUGHNESSY Value Village Drug Grant Hall's Kotch's Red and Drug Sam Sherwin Williams ENCHANT 0nd Whito tore lamblyn Drug BELLEVUE IUNDBRECK Trading Co. PICTURE BUTTE oddie's Central Tamblyn Brazzoni Sundries Better Foods FERNIE Trading King Edward Hold Drug Mail J M. Gibboni Douq'i Lakeview Drug Son Barber Shop Gordie's Downtown Pharmacy Modern Print Magralh Alex's Men's Parkside BVAIRMORE Michael Finn "ILK RIVER FORT Quinn PINCHER Krohl's Grocery Kay-Lyn Fashioni Thriftway Drug CKttK J K How Mihalik'i Mayfair ltd. Major Irrigation Baatim Pharmacy BOW ISLAND Steak House Dow Island COLEMAN Lionj Club NEW DAYTON Betlerway Food, lid. Westminster Drug Gorrei'sDru, .VAUXHAU fort Pharmacy NOBLEFORD RAYMOND Foods Cigar Ella's Grocery EliTabelh Ann Beauty BURDETT Ed Cry ond Colemnn GRASSY LAKE Nobleford Grassy LciVo Food Market Trcidinrj R. M. WRENTHAM 7-11 Holiday Mall Bonnydale Grocery Raymond Grover< 7-11 Mayor Magralh Dr. Slubbs Pharmacy Phaimocy General Slors Club Cigar lakcview Ttjoca ;