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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SOUTH ARTIST TO PERFORM TONIGHT Linda Gay Flitton, native daughter of Vulcan, will perform in a one- half hour TV special tonight on channel 7 at o'clock. She is now studying at Chicago to complete her bachelor of music is also touring with mus'ical shows now in Alabama for two weeks. Miss Flitton re- cently turned down an offer to sign a contract with San Francisco Opera Company she says her degree must come first. Her career has many highlights, including a successful U.S.O. tour through the South Pacific, entertain- ing American soldiers in 72, shows. Miss Flitton was honored for her many fine performances in leth- bridge and provincial music festivals in the early 1960s. WI Sponsors Club COUTTS (HNS) The Hills- view Women's Institute will sponsor the Border Commun- ity Youth Club. 'This was decided at the Oc- tober meeting held1 at the home of Mrs. Norman Archibald with 12 members and one guest, Organize PTA November 4 TABER (HNS) Wednes- day, Nov. 4, is the date set for the organization of a parent- teacher association for W. R. Myers High School here. Decision to form the associa- tion was reached at a recent meeting of some 65 interested people. W. R. Myers High School principal James L. Wayne Gough, Raymond Sheen, Mrs. Clarice Harding, Mrs. N. Hansen and Glen Gar- dner will propose officers at the organizational meeting. RUMMAGE SALE NOBLEFORD (Special) A rummage sale is scheduled for the basement of the Nobleford United Church1 on Saturday, Oct. 24, under the sponsorship of the CGIT. Mrs. Jim Garner present. Mrs. Lam on t Billingsley showed and explained how to make a Christmas Wreath. She also gave a talk on the uses of wheat as a protein food. Sam- ples of brown bread, muffins and cookies made from home ground wheat flour were dis- played, also toasted wheat. Re- cipe books for these may be ob- tained. Mrs. Billingsley also gave the members a recipe on how to make "Shake and Bake." Several boxes of used cloth- ing were turned into the Uni- tarian Service Committee con. verier. Members will be selling tick- ets on a quilt. A prize of a cup and saucer will be given to the one selling most tickets. 40 MPH Signs COALDALE The Alberta Highways Department will be requested to post addi- tional 40 miles per hour signs on the town's west end. Town council recently agreed the one sign is not sufficient. The police force has been hindered with too few signs ad- vising the motorist, council agreed. Miss Wyiaud Top Scholar At Nobleford By EDITH BORGGARD Herald News Service NOBLEFORD Nobleford Central School Grade 9 grad- uates were honored in the school auditorium here re- cently. Mrs. John Harbers presented a Grade 12 scholarship from the Nobleford Home and School Association to Miss Rosemarie Wyiand. She also received the Noble Cultivators Grade 12 scholarship. Harvey Sinnema received an "outstanding academic achievement" award for his work in Grade 9. Pins were presented to the Grade 9 graduates. It was organized, by Mrs. Emil Hann, Mis. Lawrence Phillips and Paul Goldade. Grade 9 graduates include Tim Atkinson, Alina Bakker, Ross Borggard, John Davy, Adel Gustum, Alex Hann, Bry- an Harbers, Bob Harrington, Richard Knoch, Wanda Luchia, Duane McCurrah, Caroline Navratil, Owen Peters, Debbie Pierson, Gerald Postman, Di- ane Rogers, Harvey Sinnema1, Vernon Smith, Laurie Stewart, Laurie-Ann Stoller, Patty Stol- ler, Jim Van Egrnond and Aldo Zanoni. Joyce Sinnema was the pi- anist for 0 Canada. Master of ceremonies was Mrs. H. Urvold, vice-president of the Nobleford Home and School Association, Greetings from the Village of Nobleford were brought by Aid. H. Urvold. Mrs. Harbers brought greet- ings from the home and school. A record hop followed and was greatly enjoyed. Coach Gibb Tells How To Win Cups By DELIA B. WOOLF HeraM News Service RAYMOND Robert Gibb, coach of the Raymond High School basketball team, spoke at the basketball clinic held at Edmonton recently. There were 100 coaches from Alberta attending. Mr. Gibb, coach of the Ray- mond has coached the provincial championship team five times. Mr. Gibb spoke on respon- sibilities of the coach; pressure defenses; individual skill of each player; organizing a team; final systems and the pattern for basketball. Mr. Gibb reports the clinic was most successful with each coach learning from the expe- riences of other coaches. H ft and now from Herb's Western Wear setting the South Country's image with selection and quality western clothing Herb Shector Suggests... that you choose from the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE stock of JEANS in the Lethbridge area. LEVI'S- I WHITE LEVIS Permanent press hopsack with flare bollomj. Priced at BLUE DENIMS Zipper or button fly front with bell botlomi. Priced at i SADDLEMAN PERMA PRESS BOOT JEANS In shades of Sand, Pine Green and Brown. Priced at........................ LEES- I LEE ,SLIMS IN NAVY DENIM Regular cur and Rodeo cut Priced at I COLORED PERMA-PRESS RODEO CUT Priced at 11.95 9.95 10.95 9.95 10.95 NEWLY ARRIVED WINTER JACKETS JUNGLE SUEDE SAFARI COAT With zip-out lining in Grey, Honey and Dark Brown. Other .winter jackets in ledtheri, suedei and pigskins. Priced from S65 S100 Remember If it's WESTERN or RUGGED and if it's NEW you'll find it FIRST at Just Say "CHARGE IT" the easy WESTERN WAY at Herb's WESTERN WEIR OPEN THURS. and FRI. TIL P.M. 308 5th Street S. GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE Phone 328-4726 TO MARK ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel M. Adams will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday, Oct. 24, when their family will hold open house at the Raymond Second Ward IDS Church at 7 p.m. They request that no gifts be brought. Thirty of the 50 years of their married life have been spent in Raymond. Their first home was in the Worrier area. Mr. Adams was an employee of Canadian Sugar Factories. Terminal To Be Enlarged CRANBROOK (Special) Okanagan-Kootenay MP Doug Stewart has confirmed depart- ment of transport approval of the foot extension of existing passenger terminal facilities at Cranbrook airport in the current budget for the fiscal year which ends March 31. Budgeted cost is for the badly-needed space.. Stella Heads Arena BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Albert Stella has been ap- pointed president of the Blair- mere Arena Association. Other officers elected at a re- cent meeting were vice-presi- dent Mike Kusnir; secretary Mrs. Gale Sygutek and trea- surer Willie Sygutek. Organization representatives on the executive include Marx Gryschuk and Gus Ericksson of the Men's Curling Club; Vi Gillis and Elsie Thornton of the Women's Curling Club; Steve Ulrich and Bob Gray of the Hockey Club; Milo Martial and Ike Watson of the- Senior Hockey Club; Joanne Drain and Mrs. M. Kusnir of the Fig- ure Skating Club; Agi Shige- hiro and Keith Jordan of the ratepayers. Two men to represent the town will be appointed by coun- cil. Steps will be taken im- mediately to have the ice made and the arena in operation by the end of the month. Forty attended. Octebtr 21, 1970 THE LETHMIDGE HERALD 3 Foran Elected HOSPITAL PATIENT NOBLEFORD (HNS) Her- man Hann is a patient in St. Michael's Hospital, Lethbridge. C R A N BROOK (Special) -r The 600-mcmber East Koote- nay Teachers Associ a t i o n in convention here has named as its I970-71 president Tom Foran of Fernie, succeeding George PCs Nominate October 29 TABER (HNS) A nom- ination meeting to elect a can- didate for the Taber Warner District of the Progressive Con- servative Association has been called for Thursday, Oct. 29, at the Coaldale Community Hall. District president is Norman A. Long of Taber. Opposition leader Peter Loughced, provincial leader of the association, will speak. Nominations must be filed with the president or the re- gional director prior to 8 p.m. Oct. 27, 48 hours prior to the meeting. Prior to the business meet- ing at 8 p.m. a social hour will give opportunity for associa- tion members to meet the can- didates. tiaras of Cranbrook, who con- tinues on the executive as past- president. Vice-president is Ross Styles of Winder me re, and Adam Robertson of Creston goes into his second quarter-century as secretary-treasurer. L o c a 1 s of Cranbrook, Kim- berley, Creston Kaslo, Fernie, Lake Windermere, and Golden are affiliated in the EKTA, and each names council members. BCTF president Tom Killeen, Vancouver, and past president Tom Hutchison of Windermere district attended the meeting. There was no general discus- sion or report on proposed amalgamation of certain school districts into a larger school district unit as suggested by Hon. Donald Brothers Would be constructive, though both trus- tees and teachers organizations have discussed the proposal in- formally over recent weeks. More District On Page 20 Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Phone 562-2149 MEN'S KORATRON CASUAL PANTS POTATO CHIPS OLD DUTCH TRI PACK CANDY KISSES KERR'S 2-lb. pkg. HALLOWE'EN COSTUMES (Cape and Mask) Reflect and glow safely trim 1 .49 MACKINTOSH'S TOFFEE Creamy, 17V4-OI. sin C PLASTIC GARBAGE CANS LESS THAN HALF PRICE! Reg. 1.79. NOW LOW PRICES! ULTRA-BRITE TOOTHPASTE PUMPKIN FACE PLASTIC PAILS for Shell-outs EACH ADAMS CHICLETS SO U PKGS. PLANTERS PEANUTS 50 PKGS. King Size Now WRIGLEYS CHEWING GUM 100 sticks in o box. Assorted flavors; Juisy Fruit, Doublemint and Spearmint. HALLOWE'EN MASKS BEECH NUT CANDY 20-5c ROLLS NUTTY CLUB SUNFLOWER SEEDS 55-2c PKG. 99 88 PAMILV SHOPPING CENITRE Centre Village Mall Phone 328-8655 CHU-MAN-CHU OR BUBBLE GUM PUMPKINS, %-lb. 67-: HALLOWEEN SHELL-OUTS 50-5c pkgs. .38 1 ;