Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, October Pincher Creek section zoned as transitional iMM iii'.n isiaii OHM Ken diirk spoke iinsl riboul I set us nl land near d r' siilential ,is adv ised Oldman Keyional iririmt; omrmssioii l oiini il agreed M sidential but it I I Ills! Ill till1 i in the luylmav thinking nt someone with another ,ippln atioi, id il IUKI l u'i in 'he residential ml involved in the liiyhuas area is the not theast part of section 15 the ii'ii ihe.isi quarter set turn -'2 and the northeast quarter of THE BEST RANCH On a acre ranch on Prince Edward Island, Sandy Best, son of the famous Or Charles Best, the co-discoverer of the use insulin in diabetes, is importing and breeding some of the world's most exotic pedigree cattle. Read about him this Satur- day in a Weekend Magazine article by Toronto writer Val Clery IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE M nor i i an said U. h IM 'n the l.md DM iIIIIIL; MI i Us i ill it million il s' I el il I el l I AoII salt) onl sinuli l.miiK dwellings in 111 resldentl.il 'A ilh i Pigs rejected COALDALE (HNS) The operation of a piggery about 350 feet north of town limits has not met with town coun- cil's approval A motion registering dis- approval was passed at a re- cent meeting This the se- cond time the protest has been issued The piggery is located in the County of Lethbridge It has not been in operation for a number of years The owner plans to com- mence operation again Hundreds of blackbirds take to the wing from a cattail-infested slough The reason for the large congregation of blackbirds isn't the summer waterland. but the adjacent gram corn field that has provid- ed a gourmet's meal for the pesky birds all summer. The problem and 20 blackbirds has been so bad this year that many farmers have invested in noise makers to scare them away. Others use them as an excuse to sharpen up their pheasant hunting eye. RICKERVIN photo When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Polish deputy PM visits Cole man Enjoy Canadian Club. Here in the cradle of western civilization, they know a civilized whisky when they see one: Canadian Club. It's nice to know the world can get together about something. Around the world, when people think of the finest, lightest, smoothest whisky, they think of Canadian Club. The finest of fine Canadian whiskies is "The Best In The House" in 87 lands: Afghanistan, Algeria, Antarctica, Antigua, Argentina, Aruba, Australia Austria. Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil. Canada, Canary Islands' Ceylon, Chile, Christmas Island Costa Rica. Curasao. Denmark Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Ethiopia, FIJI, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland. Grenada Guadeloupe. Haiti, Hong Kong, Iceland. India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Korea, Lebanon, Libya, Malta, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, Netherlands, New Guinea, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, West Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, South Africa, Spam, Sudan, Sweden, Switzerland, Tahiti, Tanzania, Thailand, Trinidad, Tunisia, Turkey, U S S.R., United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela, Virgin Islands. Yugoslavia, and Zambia Canadian Club is distilled and bottled in Walkerville by Hiram Walker Limited COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Jan Mitrega. deputy prime minister ot Poland and minister of mining and energy, headed a Polish min- ing mission that visited Coleman Collieries this week The delegation included Zygfryd Nowak. under secretary of state, ministry of mining and energy, Jan Suchoronczak. director general, ministry of mining and energy. Eugeniusz Ciszak. technical director, main bureau ot studies and projects on mining. W lady slaw Perkowski. technical director of the automated Jan Coal Mine. Tadeusz Rokosz, head of the division of mining geophysics, oil mining geophysics enterprise, Cracow. Ryszard Zajaczkiewics. head of the division of new technology, head office of Brown Coal Combine. Wroclaw. Jan Nowakowski. assistant, office of the council of ministers, and Jozef Czesak. ambassador of Poland to. Canada The federal government staff that accompanied the mission included. J. P. Drolet, administrator, mineral development. J Morris, senior coal advisor. J La- jzerowics. secretary, mineral development sector; L Chnsmas. coal advisor, and interpreter P. 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