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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 24, 1970 THE LFIHBKIDGF HERALD 9 In Construction Okayed COALDALE (HNS) Build- Ing permits issued during Sep- tember authorize construction valued at Approved were a duplex valued at a new single dwelling to cost a new single dwelling with a construc- tion value of motel re- pair at about Campbell Clinic repair and addition to cost Garages will cost home improvements commercial improve- ments and signs DIRTY RIVER The Mississippi Hiver carries more than tons of sedi- ment into the Gulf of Mexico enough to load freight cars. May Disband NOBLEFORD (Special) The Nobleford Home and School Association is in danger of dis- banding due to the lack of in- terest on the part of the par- ents. Th.e regular October meeting has been cancelled. A reorganizational meeting will be held Monday, Nov. 16, at 8 p.m. Platts Mark Anniversary BARNWELL (HNS) Rcla- tiv.es and friends were on hand recently tn help Mr. and Mrs. Lylc Platt celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. Tlie pprty was a complete surprise 'o the honored couple. L was held at (lie horns of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Johnson. Their oldest daughter, Mrs. Dcveney Walters, was the hos- less. Mrs. Johnson was co-hos less. A silver punch pitcher was given to Uicir parents by their 1 children, Devcney and Cliff Walters, and Shelley Platt. Their only son, Cameron, is serving as a missionary for the LDS Church in the North-Brit- i ish Mission. Somalia: Need Exists COALDALE (HNS) While I on missionary furlough from Somalia, Africa, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Erion are making their home hers. Mrs. Erion is the former Miss Tina Thiessen, daughter of Mrs. Mary Thiessen. They have three children. Allen and Rhonda are enrolled ATTENTION MOBILE HOME BUYERS! Here are TWO Important Facts 1. Brand new 12-foot widt, 2-bedroom mobile homei fully furnished with fridge. Have, furnace, cheilerfield and chair, dining suite, beds, lamps, tCOOT drapes, ele. ONLY, COMPLETE 2. We have the only mobile homes in Canada approved by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation so be lure to see these before you buy! "TRAILER CITY" UNITED MOTOR CO. LTD. (TRAILER DIVISION) Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd Sf. S. Phone 327-1418 Taber Councillors Sworn TABER (HNS) Town coun- cillors Stan M..Hunt and Elmer C. Conrad took oaths of office at a statutory meeting of the council. Mayor Arthur H. Avery wel- comed them. The following committees were struck: Finance: Mayor Avery chair- man, with all members of coun- cil. Operations: (public works, utilities, parks and cemetery, WESTERN CANADA EXOTIC BREED SPECIAL SALE--500 HEAD MONDAY, NOV. 2nd-1.00 p.m. at PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. IIMMENTAL HALF CROSS CALVES Mel Depew, Raymond- Cross Heifer Calves Ken MtKnight, Duchess- Cross Bull Calves H. V. Woodruff, Twin Butte- 2-Hereford Cross Bull Calves Lome Davis, Hereford Cross 1 year old Bull LIMOUSIN HALF CROSS CALVES Palmer Ranch, Cross Heifer Calves Cross Bull Calves HEIFERS BRED TO BROWN SWISS BULLS Leland Stanford, Heifers {2 years old) Bred 10 Judge. SALES CONSULTANTS DR. LAVON SUMPTION AND ASSOCIATES PRAIRIE ANIMAL BREEDING ENTERPRISES LTD. Phone 328-6228 Lelhbridge HEIFERS BRED TO LIMOUSIN BULLS Kanegawa Farms, 100-Hereford Heifers Haney Farms, Picture 50-Hereford Heifers Al Kormos, Cardston Heifers Walter V. Bords- 25-Hereford Heifers Leland Stanford, Lethbrldge- and Crossbred Heifers Perlich Bros., Lethbridge 15-Hereford Heifers Mike Donkin, tethbridge- Heifen R. D. McKenzie, Mountain Angus Cow: COWS BRED TO SIMMENTAL BULLS Leland Stanford, year old Hereford Heifers Mike Matz, Burdett- Cows (Reg.) Don Beagle, Cows H. V. Woodruff, Twin Butle- Cows HEIFERS BRED TO MURRAY GREY BULLS Al Kormas, 30-Crossbred Heifen Ken McKnight, Ducheii- 30-Hereford Heifers Clayton Kennard, 25-Hereford Heifers Perlich Bros., Heifen Sale Conducted by Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd 3 miles east and !4 mile south of Lelhbridge on Hwy. 3 Box 1057, Lelhbridge Phone 328-3951 and Elmer C. Con- rad chairman, with John Mal- insky and Wayne L. Gough. Police and fire: John Malin- sky chairman, with Kenneth L. McDonald. Recreation and library: George I k e b u c h i chairman, with Stan M. Hunt. Health and Welfare: Wayne L. G o u g h chairman, with George Ikebuchi. Planning, industrial develop- ment, and farm lands: SVan M. Hunt chairman, with Elmer C. Conrad. Civic centre building commit- tee: Kenneth L. McDonald chairman. Wayne L. Gough was named deputy mayor for the ensuing three months November, De- cember and January, 1971. Regular council meetings were set for 8 p.m. on alter- nate Mondays commencing Nov. 2, with no change in re- muneration for attendance. In addition to committee re- sponsibility, members of coun- cil were assigned representa- tion on various boards: Mayor Avery: Taber Founda- tion (Clearview Lodge) direc- tor. Deputy mayor Gough: Barohs-Eureka Health and So- cial Services. John Malinski: Oldman River Region Planning Commission. Kenneth L. McDonald: Taber School Division representative. George Ikebuchi: Taber Pub- lic Library Board. Elmer C. Conrad: Taber In- dustrial Development Commis- sion. Stan M. Hunt: Taber and Re- gional Recreation Boards. Council also renewed thi-ee year terms for Library Board members Dr. C. J. W. Dick and Mrs. Bessie Gibbings whose terms had expired. Happy Coincidence: The most scenic route across Canada also has the finest train. The Canadian, one of the world's great trains. The route of The Canadian lakes you through Canada's most spectacular scenery. And to make sure you see it all, our Scenic Dome cars stay with you clear across the country. So do all Ihe other conve- niences: the lounges, the comfortable accommodation, the superb meals, the soft everywhere you pause on this special train you enjoy the extra comfort of air conditioning. You'll enjoy the low cost, loo. Daily between Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. Call your Travel Agent or CP Rail. CP ELMER CONRAD STANLEY 11UNT uptren Come to work for Alberta PROBATION OFFICER FAMILY COURTS, CALGARY A mature. Probation Officer is needed for an interesting and challenging position dealing primarily with mailers under the Purview of Ihe Domestic Relations Act. The successful candi- date will assist in the enforcement of Orders of Maintenance and provide domestic counselling. Other dulies include prepara- tion of case histories and related reports and attendance at court hearings. Qualifications: Applicants should have a universily degree In the Social Sciences supplemenled by some experience. An equivalent combinalion of education and experience will be considered. Salary range 10 per month. Siarling salary commensurale with qualifications. Competition No. B123-C-6. Closing dale November 9, 1970. Apply: GOVERNMENT OF AlBRBTA Personnel Administration Office Room 1101, John J. Bowlen Building s'w- in lire John Davidson School while Glen is a preschooler. Mr. and Mrs. Erion are mis- sionaries under (he Sudan In- terior Mission. They have com- pleted two terms. Their first term was from I960 to 19C5. This was followed by a one- year furlough. They returned to Somalia in 1966. The couple and children plan to go back to Somalia again at the end of July 1971. Erion bas been involved in administration work of schools, hospitals and building, while Mrs. Erion worked t n the adult education field. Mrs. Erion said they were stationed at Baidoa, which is in the southern part of Som- alia. I1 is located almost on [he cqualcr. She said once the ne- cessary adjustments to the drastic cultural xand climatic change is made one can be happy and contented in residing there. Mrs. Erion said there is a great education and medical need still existing in Somalia. Therefore they feel they must return to that country. ART DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 CARDSTON LIVESTOCK AUCTION TUESDAY, OCT. 27th at EWE AND RAM SALE 800 HEAD 800 EWES-YEARLINGS TO 5 YEARS OLD Mostly from an Interior Sheep Ranch in B.C. Columbia and Columbia Crois Bred Ewes WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28th at a.m. REGULAR CATTLE SALE WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4th at a.m. BRED HEIFER and STOCK COW SALE SATURDAY, NOV. 7th at p.m. CALF SALE STAVELY LIVESTOCK COMMISSION THURSDAY, OCT. 29th at p.m. REGULAR CATTLE SALE SATURDAY, OCT. 31st at p.m. CALF SALE FOR INFORMATION AND LISTINGS CONTACT CHRISTIE LIVESTOCK HERB CHRISTIE 328-7662 -Whbri MARLAND LARTER CARDSTON SALE BARN 653-4342 (Leli 1o Richl) Brewers 5. C. O'Orien and R. PJEEZIICII v.ilh Grev.mailej- A. J. Kcir. Only a handful of North Americans have the judgment to brew great beer. Three of them now brew Calgary Export Lager. Their treasured diploma oftnc British Institute of Brewing, highest achievement of the brew- cr's art. Jt requires six years of lough apprenticeship and iiilen- sive sludy. Jt develops skill, judgment and tnslc. Few, indeed, arc those who qualify. Yet. ivr demand that i diploma ofour Calgary brcwmaslcraml liis assistants, and Ihrcc of our men have earned it. They love beer. They insist on Hie purest walcr, Ihe mellowest malls, Ihc choicest on brews whose qualily and j flavour never vary.They refuse to compromise. If you too refuse to compromise, CaljaryBecr is for you. Brewed by beer lovers for beer lovers. CALGARY njlEWJNG AND MALTJNG COMPANY LIMITED, i CALGARY BREWING MAtlING CO.LTD., CALGARY, CANADA NET CONTENTS 12 FLUID DUNCES UNION MADE a heritage of quality ;