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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta DESIGNS CREST-A11 ath- lete! and sportsmen in the North Connty Region o[ the County of Lettbrldge will be wearing a crest designed by John Slyka, a Grade 8 stu- dent of Noble Central School. John had the privilege of being the best In a field of 109 entries. Photo Nomination Meeting Set TABER (HNS) The Taber- Warner Social Credit Constitu- ency Association will hold a nomination meeting at Ihe Tow- er Taber at 2 p.m. Wednesday Nov. 25. Notice of tire nominating con- vention is going to all constitu- ency League members from association president Gordon S. Saunders. Incumbent MLA Douglas Mil- ler since the last rjrovincial elec- tion will be standing for nomin- ation. Bottle Drive COALDALE (HNS) A hot- tie and battery drive will be staged here Saturday, Nov. 7, to raise funds to renovate and repair the Scout Hall. Collection crews will be pick- ing them UD from 9 a.m. to S p.m. Residents are requested to have the bottles and batteries ready. Anyone wishing further infor- mation may phone the Coaldale recreation office at 345-3746. FREAK ANTLERS Ken Rooms, Blairmore hunter shows a white tail buck head that bears a freak set of horns. The antler on the door's left side, instead of racking upwards, was turned down on the animal's forehead and turned in just touching the inside of the animals mouth. Mr. Roome shot the deer near Crowsnest Mountain. Roundup of District News 11 v t. rr; tu' Arthritis Blitz Set NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Vol- unteer canvassers throughout the District ot Sparwqod for the 1970 fund raising campaign of Hie Canadian Arth r i t i s and Rheumatism Society have been organized under the direction of Mrs. Betty Dufour forjhe blitz to be held Tuesday, Oct. 27. In Natal the canvassers mil be Mrs. Margaret Walker, Mrs. Margaret Sofko, Mrs. Mary Jan- co, Mrs. Emma Gris, Mrs. An- nie Reeve and Mrs. Bessie Jar- olim. Canvassing Sparwood will be Mrs. Polly DeLuca Mrs. Sybil Peebles, Mrs. Bea Mogielka, Mrs. Margaret Savilow, Mrs. Bev Downey, Mrs. Carol Walm- sley, Mrs. Valerie DePaoli, Mrs. Emma Chala and Mrs. Lydia Petriew. In the Elk Valley the can- vassing will be done by Mrs. Janet Matt, Mrs. Marie Ber- anek and Mrs. Frances Travis. Mrs. Gerry Oliver will cover the Wilson Creek Trailer Court. Sponsors Pack COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale MennoniteChurch Men's Club is sponsoring a Cub Pack for all boys ages 8 to 10 residing in Coaldale and Irict. Meeting will be held at the Scout Hall. Registration forms are avail- able in Coaldale schools. Leather Purses COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. Ray LaValley will demonstrate how to make purses with leath- er patches at the next meeting of the Coaldale Arts and Crafts at p.m. Monday, Oct. 26 in the Kate Andrews High School. The leather craft session is to follow the regular business meeting. Correction COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. Les Handlsy was the instructor for the making of sponge butter- flies session staged recently by the Coaldale Arts and Crafts. It was erroneously reported earlier that Mrs. A. F. (Ruth) Blakie had been the instructor. Bingo Night COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Fire Chief Henry Zak has an- nounced that the Volunteer Fire Brigade will hold a bingo night in Hie Coleman Elks Hall Dec. 14 and not Dee. 15 as had been formerly planned. Barnwell Visitors BARNWELL (HNS) Visit- ors, at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. James Grigor and Mr. and Mrs. S'am Moline this week were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hen- derson of Post Falls, Idaho. Mr. Henderson is a brother to Mrs. Grigor and Mrs. Moline. Granary Burns BARNWELL (HNS) A fire at the farm of Mr. and Mrs Cyril Johnson destroyed a stack of hay and a granary alongside of it that was filled with wheat The hay caught fire first ant in a few minutes spread to the granary. The Taber Volunteer Fire Department were called oul twice to the Johnson farm as the fire spread after they thought it was under control. Mr. Johnson had left for Guelph, three days previously, so his family had to take charge. Many neighbors came to their assistance as wel as the fire department. Bridal Shower TURIN (HNS) A commu- nity bridal shower was held in the Turin school auditorium re- cently to honor Miss Sandra Paskal. Under the direction of Mrs Jerry (Jean) Ha mm on, the guests painted several "mod' art pictures. These were pre- sented to the bride for her new home. Mrs. Nick (Anne) Stron- ski was in charge of games. Mrs. Paul (Pauline) Juhar, accompanied by Miss Debbie Stronski and Miss Barbara Shi- mek presented the bride with her gifts. Assisting the bride were her bridesmaids Miss Brenda Pas- kal, Miss Jennifer Hammon Miss Eleanor Riehl and her flower girl Cheryl Paskal. Mrs. Bill (Ann) Stronski and Mrs. Steve (Lilly) Shimek were hostesses. Turin Visitors TURIN (HNS) Mrs. Mike Mulroney of Tsawwassen, B.C., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Stronski. Mrs. Mulroney was accom- panied by her children Mary Kimberly Ann and Shon- na Patrice. Buys Weekly TABER (HNS) The pur- chase of a Medicine Hat week- ly newspaper "The Prairie Rat- tler" by the Taber Tunes was announced this week by co- owners H. George 'Meyer and Walter Koyanagi. Transferred from the Times office to become editor and publisher of the Rattler is Richard (Rick) Giffls, a grad- uate of the Lethbridge Com- munity College school of jour- nalism. OK Air Service NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Rod Husnafc has received word from the Federal Air Transport Com- mittee that his application for a local charter air service has received the approval, of that body subject to approval of his air strip, equipment and person- nel by the department of trans- port. With the preliminary appro- val Rod is now negotiating for lease of land in the Elk Valley suitable for his landing strip. His airline is to be known as Elk Valley Air and is to pro- vide a charter commercial ser- vice for both passengers and ex- press. Meet With Boyle NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Rep- resentatives of Michel Local Union, No. 7292 of the United Mine Workers of America, met with W. A. Boyle, International president in Washington, D.C. during the week of Oct. 11. The meeting was arranged between the International, Dis- trict 18 and the Local Union. All aspects of the present agree- ment between Kaiser Resources and Michel Local No. 7292 were discussed. The officers and members at- tending on behalf ot the Michel Local were John Desjardins, president; Jim Caldwell, secre- tary; Ezner DeAnna, business agent; Tony Podrasky, district Doard member and Tom Find- lay, member. Boundary Extension C RAN BROOK (Special) City extension hopes acceler- ated this week with expecta- jons it can be effective by Dec. 31. Pinecrest's 63-home subdivi- vision submitted its petition which would extend east limits on McKenzie Drive to Summit Drive, while .adjoining High- and Subdivision asked south- ward inclusion to the projec- tion of 9th St. S. Seek Clothing COALDALE (HNS) Eva freer United Church Women has decided to collect more used clothing to send to the Fishlake Mission in northern Alberta. A letter of thanks for the clothing received at the mis- ion was read din-ing a recent UCW meeting. Clotlu'ng and any conlribu- .ions may be left at the Coal- ialc United Church Hall before Nov. 15. RECEIVES HONOR BADGE Patrol leader Miss Cindy Filafilo 12 year old daughter of Mr. Mrs. Don Filafilo of Coleman receives an Fire Honor Bodge from Coleman Girl Forest Guard Supervisor Mrs. E. Amell. The pre- sentation was made before the Coleman group at the regular meeting last week. Miss Filafilo was recommended for the award by Fire Chief Henry Zak for having put out a grass fire at the east end of third street m Coleman this spring before the Coleman Volunteer Fire Brigade arrived on the scene. -Vern Photo RETURNS HOME SPARWOOD (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. John Walmsley and family, accompanied by Mrs. lanet Adair of Liverpool, Eng- and, travelled to Calgary where'Mrs. Adair boarded the plane for the return trip to ingland. Mrs. Adair had spent seven weeks visiting at the ionic of her daughter and son- n-law here. League To Meet LUNDBRECK (CNP Bureau) Pincher Creek Crows- nest Constituency of the Alber- ta Provincial Social Credit League has announced that the annual meeting will be held in the Lundbreck Community Hall at p.m. Friday, Oct. 30. The event will also include the nom- inating convention for MLA. Speakers at the meeting will include Attorney General Ed- gar Gerhart and speaker of the house Art Dixon. 351 Head Sold CRANBROOK Cranbrook Sales Point, Commu- nity Auction Sales Ltd. near North Star section in Cran- brook returned for the 351 head turnover of mixed cat- tle at the Wednesday sale. Prices were lower than for tile calf sale earlier in Octo- ber, but in general were, satis- factory, manager Bill Bradford reports. Mixed Spiel Nov. COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The Coleman Curling Clubs will open the season with the an- nual Silver Dollar Mixed Spiel on Nov. 13, 14 and 15. A total of 32 rinks will be in- vited to take part in the spiel that will feature three events. Interested rinks should phone Mrs. Vi Kryczka at 563-3418. Heading the mens club this season is Tom Bubnlak and Mrs. Edna Campbell is presi- dent of tile ladies club. Treasur- er for both clubs is Mrs. Alma Roughead and secretarial du- ties are the responsibility of Mrs. Hilda Gyer. Jerry Kubik Wins Degree WRENTHAM (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kubik, Jr., Wrentham, attended the fall convocation exercises of the University of Calgary recently at which time Mr. Kubik was presented with the bachelor of arts degree. Monday, II, IfTO THE ICTHMIDGt HRAID 3 BARNWELL WATER RESERVOIR The n ew water reservoir mile south of Barnwell is nearly full and lagoon construction should be completed in two weeks. The total project should be in full operation .by December. Construction is scheduled to start this week on the water treatment plant at the reservoir site. An agreement has been signed with Calgary Power for installation of a three-phase power line to the water treatment plant and the sewer lift station. Fifty eight homes will be serviced by ths new system at a cost of an increase of over the original estimate. A grant of was received from the M.D. of Taber for construction of the resevoir and a grant of is anticipated for construction of the lagoon. Earl Grigor has been hired as the maintenance operator. Grigor Photo Sugar Factories Scholarships Awarded To Eight Students By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. scholar ships have been awarded for 1970 to six high school graduates and to two university students, com- pany manager Dwight W. Pur- dy, Lethbridge announced this week. Annual scholarships of each are awarded to senior ma- triculation students of high aca- demic stanoards who are con- tinuing their education in a rec- ognized university, one award going to each of the sugar beet growing areas of southern Al- berta. The winners were: Alan N. N a t a s u i, Picture Butte High School, now attend- ing the University of Alberta, Edmonton. Ken Boulton, Kate Andrews High School, Coaldale now in attendance at the University of Calgary. Glen Marshall, Raymond High School, now attending McGill Uir'versity, Montreal. Que. Denis Leahy, W. R. Myers High School, Taber, now attend- ing the University of Water loo, Ontario. Peter Pepneck, Vairehall High School now attending the Uni- versity of. Lethbridge. Miss Jennifer Smith, Senator Gershaw High School, Bow Is- land, in attendance at the Uni- versity of Alberta, Edmonton. Joseph Ching, University of Lethbridge student majoring in Chemistry, received a scholarship. Wayne L. Nattrass, enrolled in Master's program in agricul- tural economics at the Univer- sity of Alberta, was awarded a special ?500 scholarship. POSSIBILITIES OF POWEIt If it could be tamed, a pro- longed thunderstorm might cre- ate enough electricity to power a large city for several days. Curbs, Gutters MAGRATH (HNS') New curb and gutters are being in- stalled on 2nd St. W. for two blocks and 3rd Ave. S. from the Magrath Trading Company to the swimming pool. Stober Construction of Medi- cine Hat has the contract. Sidewalks, curb and gutter will also be laid in one opera- lion from tiie elementary school north to the hospital. Council, plans on a new side- walk north of Magrath Civic Building later. Further town improvements are slated as residents sign for them. HEXAGENERIAN TO GO Taber's 60-year-old brick structure known to four generations of students as Cen- tral School is to be demolished to make way for a new 12 classroom one storey modern school. Shown is Cen- tral School with a recent gymnasium addition to which the new school is to be attached. Monday the Taber Di- visional Board completed an architectural agreement with John Holden, Calgary, for design and drawings of the new Central. -Ross Gibb Pholo WE'RE ON THE MOVE! We will soon be moving to our new location and therefore we are anxious to liquidate our present new and used car inventory as soon as possible by taking advantage of this situation you will save yourself many dollars on the new or newer car of your choice. Just try us. We're saying "yes" for less much less. PICK-A-PAffi SALE! Both for jusV Yes! We believe that Southern Alberta is ready for a matched pair of Leaders 1971 PINTO The little long distance car for mom and Ihe to (own from iho, taking the kids to school, 1600CC 4 eyl. engine 35 to tint gallon, 4 upcod floor shift, bucket seats, whitewall Ures, radio, and block iieatsr. 1971 F100 TON PICKUP Long wheelbase, V8 motor, custom cab, for fun or workhorse! Groat on Ihe ranch or form, or around the construction site. 302 V8 onginfi ifvlciide box, 3 spend Irani., G78xl5 tires, h.d. battery and h.d. springs, P.S. THEY CAN BE BOUGHT SEPARATELY ALSO Low Rate Financing On-The-Spot Appraisals v' s' 1718 Third Avenue Lethbridge FORD Phone 328-5526 "This h Ford Country what do you ;