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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 1V70 THE UTHBRIDGI HIRAID 3 AND HAROLD RONNENBERG AND FEATHERED FRIENDS 76 Magicians Deceive Each Other By MARIE SORGARD Herald News Senice IRON SPRINGS Legcrder mania ruled supreme for Har old R o n n e n Lethbridge his assistant and and for a young Iron Springs Wesley when they were among 76 magicians at tending the annual Western Re gional International Brother hood of Magicians Convention held at Magicians attended from British and Charles district court judge from Billings and Jack a chiroprac tor from Calgary were two whose spontaneous enthusiasm for magic was in Other magicians attend ing included Chow of Saskatoon who entertained the late King George VI when he was Prince of Wales Bob a professional locksmith from Edmonton who combines humor with escapology Reed of television in Saskatoon whose specialty is ventriloquism Andrew a member of the faculty of the University of Saskatchewan and professor in charge of the chemistry de partment at the University of Lethbridge during its formative years and Harold Ron supervisor of appren Try Before You Buy UP TO 30DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTORS RECOMMENDATION MAI CO SMITHJONES HEARING AID SERVICE 619 3rd Phont 3285447 ticesWp for 33 trades for Ore The Memorial Gymnasium was filled to capacity for the public shows which were belt two One of the outstanding pre sentations was that of Dor a commercial artisl from Billings who portrays artistry in paint using pots of paint labelled flowers mountain and rocks to produce a beautiful Stan a sawed his wife in half before a hushed au The grand finale of the eve ning shows was a presentation by Harvey Long of Seattle anc his wife They capti vated the children and adults with their magnificent silk and dove A guillotine routine which Matured au dience Among the awards was the Javk Peters Award Trailer Court OK Sought COALDALE Iwaasa of Lethbridge informed town council by letter recently he wants to develop a trailer court Council will meet with Iwaasa to discuss possible sites and regulations on size of land required for the It should be at least five The first application submit ted by Iwaasa was not ap proved by the interim develop ment In his most recent correspon dence he suggested a trade of land between the town and Council will propose land north of the tracks or to the west of town which could be an nexted to provide water and sewer TABER CURLING CLUB Will COMMENCE THE NEW SEASON IN THE NEW COMPLEX WITH AN OPEN MIXED BONSPIEL OCTOBER 25th Entry Fee per rink to include 2 men and 2 ladies ENTRIES CLOSE 20th Entries being received by Wayne Taylor Taber Curling Membership for the coming season are being accepted by Gordon Hacking Members may enter as teams or individuals SEASON MEMBERSHIP Club curling will commence 26lh fallowing the opening bonspiel Interest on Savings Accounts Interest on Free Chequing Accounts FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th Phone 3285548 Grande Medicine Red MEMBER CANADA DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Please send me information on your Guaranteed Certificates of Deposit Mail lo Tafrnffrs A Merchants Ailriross Alywn which was voted on by the members in attendance to certain the magician who pro vided the greatest entertain ment for those This award was won by the team of Bob Lang and Jon Charles from Edmonton for their com edy act which included a uni que improvisation of the theme Rose Next year the Calgary Ring will be host lo the annual West ern Regional 1MB Burgman Conducts Orchestra By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau Richard Burgman of Pincher Creek will take over as conductor of the Crowsnest Pass Symphony Or chestra to relieve Roy Upton of Coleman who is taking a leave of Upton has conducted the symphony for the past 12 years since it was reformed and ex panded to a full Roy Upton was appointed president of the symphony or chestra Other com mittee and executive members include De maris Finn business manager and Jean Burg man Bessie Upton and Cam Kovach pfione Elsie Thornton school arrange Don Thornton publicity and Amundsen Roy Up ton and The symphony has resumed its weekly rehearsals on Wed nesdays from to in the Isabelle Sellon school There was a turn out of 40 members from the Pass towns from Crowsnest to Pincher Anyone interested in playing in the symphony should con tact Amundsen at 5622159 Burgman at Blair more at 5622288 or Roy Upton at Coleman Former members are particularly wel CP Rail To Curtail Service COLDALE HNS The IP Rail has notified the town of plans to cuilail railway ser vice between Lelhbridge and MedicineHat Lelhbridge and Calgary and Calgary and Ed Town council was asked to submit public if against the disbanding of the passenger Council agreed to forward its The dayliner provides a ne cessary passenger service be tween Coaldale and Lelhbridge and further councillors UCW Meets At Nobleford NOBLEFORD HNS The monthly meeting of the Noble ord United Chmch Women was icld in the church with nine members present President Henry Sloller opened the meeting with the hymn and Herman Hann was in charge of Hie devotional Stanislar was in charge f the Very interesting loiters were read from our foster son Woo Byung Soo of Next meeting roll call will be silver collection for a Christ mas giftfor our foster The next meeting will be held it Hie home of Jack Cnighloii Jnlm Mazalenic was hos css for the Beet Slicers Set r 5 3 Y Roundup of District News 1 r TABER HNS Past production records at the Picture Butle and Taber plants of Canadian Sugar Factories were put in tire background Tuesday and Wednesday when the beet slicing rate exceeded every previous For the 24 hours ending Wednesday the Butte factory rated at tons per day processed tons of The following the Taber plant put through tons for a twofactory total of Previous years records were below and tons The Taber plant received truck loads of beets Wednesday prior to the temporary halting of harvest for the third NATAL HNS The Society for Pollution and Environmental Control of Vancouver has been awarded by the White Owl Conservation Award The West coast antipollution group began in 1968 and has expanded to the position where it now hassome members in 35 active branches throughout the Western The organization has been remarkably successful in o b t a i n ing citizen participation at the local i level in its Name Hoffman C R A N BROOK Special The organizing group of about 20 young business and professional men at Fernie preparing for chartering a Junior Chamber of Commerce has named Ken Hoffman its inteim Gary Cranbrook Jaycee has headed the highly active Cranbrook committee preparing tor this newest Jaycee chapter to be chartered in Install Minister FORT MACLEOD Special Parishoners of Christ Church Anglican saw Hunt instituted as their 13th rector Bishop Goodman of UK Diocese of Calgary held Holy Communion and the Oilier clergy participating in the service were Roy Crisfield aid Ernie Doyle of Lethbridge Daisley of Taber Griffiths of Pincher Creek Shaw of diocese 82nd Anniversary COALDALE HNS The 82nd anniversary of the Pythian Sisters was commemorated recently by the Coaldale Pythian Sisters Sunset Temple A dinner was Grand Chief Hazel McLean of Gibbons was honored McLean spoke of the importance of team A film on the actual process of an eye transplant was shown by two members of the organizations Operation House Permits HNS Total building values for Hie District of Sparwood for September amounted to There were 26 residential permits for construction valued at and one commercial building for construction valued at Total building values this year amounted to while last year for the same period the building values amounted to The council also recently discussed the possibility of hiring a permanent man to be both assessor and building Pedal Pushers COALDALE HNS An Alberta Safety Council Junior Pedal Pushers Club has been organized by the local police It is sponsored by the Coaldale Kinette Club and 201 children They will meet once a week for the next six The objective is to combine skillful riding with sound training in traffic traffic behavior and Continue Studies WKENTHAM HNS Several young people have left the district to further their Garth Rudd is continuing his studies in California Laura Slingsby in Saskatoon Dixie Owen in Havre Warren Jones and Eddie Nelson in Edmonton Monelle Dale Rudd and Danny Nelson in Calgary Alzona Terry Arthur Carol and Bill Jones in WINS MEDAL Janet Russell of McNally District was presented with the Governor Generals Medal for the County of Lethbridge at an Awards Day held in McNally This award is given o the student in Grade 9 scoring liighesl in the county on the departra e n t a 1 achievement tests administered in March of each Presentation was made by superintendent of She is the daughter of and Frank Blood Clinic October 27 PINCHER CREEK Special Alberta Red Cross Blood Donor Service is currently making arrangements for its annual fall clinic in Pincher The date will in Johns Anglican Church With clinics to be held In both the afternoon and evening it is hoped that at least 260 donors from Pincher Creek and district will turn MPH Limit For Park Road TABER HNS A speed limit of 50 miles per hour has aeen set for the now paved road from Highway 3 north to the Taber Provincial from the Department of Highways of the maximum allowable speed was presented at a recent meeting of the Taber MD with an explanation that the road will be under the control of the MD and is therefore subject to the 50 mile limit on district The council also expressed some concern that practically no work has been done on the four mile paving contract from Highway 36 east toward contractors equipment is at Vauxhall awaiting stabilization of the weather to more favorable paving Council gave its approval for the operation of a restaurant at Vauxhall east of and alongside Highway Approval for licence was given the second approval being required by the department of highways for its The owned by Nick has been in operation for some Department of highways approval is also required by the MD for closure of two roads in the south Hays on which the council gave second and third readings of a The land is to be transferred to the Crown for irrigation project in that In connection with water control council was advised by the water resources Alberta department of that financial assistance under the ARDA program has been withdrawn by the federal The MD was advised that the provincial government will revert back to a former 5050 cost sharing basis for future water control a condition which existed prior to the threeway agreement now Consideration of a drainage control agreement with the Mary Milk River Irrigation District was deferred for a possible meeting with the SMRID joard of directors at some ater Taber MD T Sales Tax On By HOSS GIBB Herald News Service TABEE An appeal to the Department National Revenue having f alien on deaf Municipal District of Taber 14 will now pay sales tax levied against the purchase of a dragline machine several months Under the Sales and Excise Tax municipal equipment for road construction is designated as exempt from sales the said machine has seen other hence the liability of the MD for the The MD protest to the revenue department was accompanied by a request for intervention by Minister of Agriculture who could do nothing but support the existing The MD council was also faced rath a bill from the Oldm an River Region Planning Commission in support of the commissions operating and of which notice Was received by the council July The requisition was laid on the table until the November S council meeting to which ORRPC executive director Erwin Adderley has been invited to The mill on equalized assessment suggests that the MD should join the Council was in receipt of a letter from Municipal Affairs Minister regarding penalties charged on overdue taxes resultant from late receipt of the governments home owner tax Some dissatisfaction was read from the though the practice is according to the municipal taxation Colborne advised that the department will amend the act at the next sitting of the legislature to clarify the problem Protest received from a MD ratepayer against ambulance costs charged in transferring patients between Pay i Dragline prompted the council to refer the matter to a joint meeting of the town and MD councils who operate the A comparison of municipal and private cost for similar services indicated to council that the MD rates are out of Council agreed to submit amended crop yield reports to the department of agriculture for assistance under the Prairie Farm Assistance Act where average crops on a township are below an acceptable An application to Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation was approved for the borrowing of for the Barnwell sewage treatment plant being constructed under a local improvement Members of council and the secretarytreasurer will attend a luncheon at PafcWell Produce Vauxhall and the official opening of Vauxhall Foods potato processing plant at 2 AUCTION SALES ASSOCIATION SALES NEXT WEEK 19th at 1 PINCHER STATION SALES YARD 1200 HEREFORD CALVES Highlighted By 75 Head from DiUarush Twin Butte 50 Head from Dave Twin Butte 60 Head from Tapy Burmis 50 Head from Dillaluih and Twin Bulls 20th at 1 PAKOWKI SALES YARD 750 HEAD CALVES 21st at 1 CRANBROOK SALES YARD MIXED CATTLE SALE 22nd at 1 PARKBEND SALES YARD 500 HEAD CALVES 23rd at 1 PINCHER STATION SALES YARD 1400 HEREFORD CALVES Highlighted By 200 Head from Mclaughlin Pincher Creek 100 Head from Jenkins Twin Bulte 70 Head from Fitipatrick and Pincher Creek 75 Head from Bonertz and Pincher Creek KEEP THESE DATES IN MIND OCTOBER 26th at 1 1000 Angus and Cross Ca Pincher Station OCTOBER 27lh at 1 500 Pakowki Sales Yard OCTOBER 28th at Tl Mixed cattle Pincher Station OCTOBER 30th at 1 1000 Charolais and Hereford and Angus and Hereford Pincher Station CONSIGN YOUR CATTLE EARLY SecrelaryTreaiurerED GROSS6272285 FieldmanDON AuclioneerWARREN COOPERllcence Limousin Sale Set TABER HNS Buyers from as far away as Texas are being attracted to Taber for a foundation sale of Simmental and Limousin breeds of calves and female breeding at the local auction yards of Prairie Livestock 23 at 1 The 50 halfbreed spring calves and 300 bred cows will come from stocks at Maple Hillspring as well as and will find their purchasers from many United States and Canadian Popularity of Charolais a few years ago is now being shared With Simmental and Limousin Alberta Livestock Marketing SALES FEEDER HOGS Monday i 00 p BEAK MANAGER Consign all your fat your Coop wher I LET US Fill YOUR ORDE FULFILL YOUR Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Resident Blciirmore COUNTR These rhtflethbri Correspondents BLACKIE MARGARET MONTG CRANBROQK NANCY MIUS Snssinl NEWS Are dge Herald In Your Area OMERY Box HOGS SHIPPED CATTLE and Fit CALF SALES 9th and every LAMB 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