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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TrirJoy, Odob'r IT. 1977 TM[ lEIMBRlnCI HERAID Child Served with 192nd Louis Houbregs is 92 COALDALE Tlie Borons- Eureka HcaUh Unit is sponsor- Ing tho following infant and prc-school climes: TA1IK11: Tuesday, Oct. 31, in the Health Unit Office in Ihc Administration Building, from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and lo 4 p.m. BAHNWELL: W c d n cs day, Nov. 1, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. IRON SPRINGS: Wednesday, Nov. I, in Ihe school from to p.m. COALDAI.lv Thursday, Nov. Z. in the Health Unil OHice (upstairs in the Town Office from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to p.m. TABEll: Thursday, Nov. 2, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. GRASSY LAKE: Friday. Nov. 3, in Ihc Chamberlain School from 1 to 3 p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 315- 3350; or Tahcr 223-3911. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure Ihcir children are fully protected against conta- gious disease and loo'.h decay. Information on venereal di- sease, a mounting health prob- lem, is readily available and is fully confidential. COWI.EY soldiers never die! As HemcmL'-ance Day ap- proaches, the thoughts o( vet- erans and their relatives cen- tres around dear ones past and present. As for birthdays, llieir cele- bration is a very special joy with family on hand as was the czsc recently when Louis llou- brcgs marked his 92nd birth- day. Mr. Iloubrcgs has been for snmc years in the Hclchcr Mil- itary Hospital at Calgary. It was 1816 when he joined up in the Blairmore with the 102nd Battalion Third Division CICF. followed four vears of the First World War with life in the trendies a veritable hell. came homo to the 'Pass and his family, two sons and four daughters all of whom have, with their families, kept in constant touch. The echoes of war rcl-cal when Jol, Phil, Mary, Flo, Min and Julia pay frequent visits and youngsters of Ihe family take lime lo drop around to Lhc Belcher to bring p. bit of cheer Lo a real vcleran. No wonder he is chee-ful and loves lo come oul with a song or jesl. You do noL find many at 02 who have Ihis happy disposi- tion. This year Mrs. Ixiuis Bourdicr travelled lo Calgary for her father's birthday and w i 1 li dnvighters Ge-aldiue and Mrs. M. Poole. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lafaundalil of Pen- hold, along with their children, made a happy party. Mr. Hou- brcgs was delighted. Good wishes from other mcm- arrived from Seattle, Port Alberni, Vancouver and Ed- monton. It was a great occasion for all. Mil. 1IOUI1RKGS Bridge deck contract won by Taber firm TABER Highways Minis- ter, Clarence Copithorne an- nounces the awarding of a con- tract to Cunningham and Shan- non Ltd. of Taber, for construe lion of a concrete deck anc other work at the bridge over the Red Deer River on Highway 21 rear Dclhurne. At Ihe Taber company's was the lowest of live tenders. Roun Bazaar set BELLEVDK (CNP Tlie Slidcvicw Ladies Associa- tion lias announced it will hold a tea and bake salt- in tie Bellevue United Church Fri- day, Nov. 10, al 2 p.m. It will feature lables of nov- goods, sewing, baking and ,ea will he served at 50 cents per person. Remove signs COALDALE (HNS) Many commercial and community or- ganizational signs axe being re- moved by order of town council. Each future application lor a sign will be judged on in- dividual merit. Council wants to discourage these signs as Ihey hinder the view to traffic signs. Students play CLARESHOLM Much en- District News joyed was the concert by pi- Permy ano pupils of Mrs. Wiig. Nanton students taking part were: Nancy Kitchen, Ron Munro, Katherine Munro, Becky Young, Pam Young, Eldon Smith, Eulana Smith, M'on, Marilyn Houlton, Karen Asscnheimcr. Clavcsholm sludcnts: Barry llcck, Ellen Amundsen, Jill Jess, Gail O'Fliley, Ian Chris- tie, Janet Christie, Shelley Cusli. A diversion was created by an accordion by Joanne Kindt ind a vocal solo by Jan Mar- kle. Mrs. Wiig played lhc con- chiding piano number, a suite of waltzes by Waldteusel. Appreciation and gratitude were expressed by Miss M. Col- lett, matron. Bingo succeeds COLKMAN (CA'P Fire Chief llonry Zak of (lie Coleman Volunteer Fire Bri- gade says Hie recent silver dol- lar bingo, sponsored by the bri gade, was successful. Proceeds will be used Lo as sist in Ihe annual school ep and poster conlesLs, minor liock ey and the annual muscular dystrophy campaign. Winders: Frank Raske, E Messine, Mrs. Willcts, N. Mor ton, F. Langille, Gail Sufrylek Mrs. Plcssis, M. Pissoni, J Graf, F. Cote, Milzi Moore, Arcand, G. Lord. M. Parry. A Robinson. F. Taje, M. Horvat and Mike Amatto. Ranchlanders NANTON The new inter- mediate hockey league formed cccntly and named Chinook League at the time, has ound it necessary lo come up vith another title. This was because there is a ;iiinook Hockey League just north of Calgary and it would create confusion if there wove wilh the same name. At a meeting in Stavely Ihc league was renamed the Fianchland Hockey League. All teams in the league were very anxious to curb imports. "A player playing for a team in llie Hanchland Hockey League cannot play in any oth- er league, except in Ihe case of juveniles and midgets, who can play for their home town inter- mediate team h o w games their league will allow." Longest feather BROOKS Winner of the Elks Lodge "North American Pheasant Championship" for the longest pheasant tail-feath- er was William Bell of Brooks. Ho had ,1 tail-readier measur- ing 21Tt; inches. Invent was the annual Phea- Landscaping costs trimmed Artificial ice plant gets sant Derby and Dance held ly Elks. Other winners: Dennis Cyi heaviest pheasant at 51'z oun i'cs: Peggy Westgatc of nty. longest tail-feather in we- men's division, 21SS inches Charlie Wighi of Puerto liii han'.cr from farthest distanc (I A. C. liowe of Lake Coi ichan, B.C., oldest hunter at 72 years. The lail feather contest was close this year. Greg Leroux of Patricia was second vilh 23'.s while Evert Ohm.in of Brooks and Wayne Couling of Brandon tied at inches. Remove evidence DUCHESS _ There was a killing at Duchess recently. The victim has Ireen identi- fied there was blood and feathers hut the perpetrator is still scot-free. Cecil Salser reconstructed Ihe "crime.'' Ue found (lic-ir kitchen win- dow broken; (here was blood and pheasant feathers on Ihe floor but no bird. Apparently the pheasant was sliot, crashed through Ihc mn- and landed dead ns a inaclicrel. Mr. Salscr could not find (he corpus dolecli, and this, presumes tbat Hie hunter re- trieved his bird by entering Iho house. CNIB lag day COA1.DALI-; fllNS) The nnual lap tiny (or Lhc Canadian for I lie Blind will IIP enduclcxl licrc by the Coaldalu Sisters, Sunset Temple i Saturday, Od. 23. Businesses will be canvassed. Members of lhc temple will jc on tlic street inviting llie public lo give. Miniature white canes will be Iribulod lo donors. Mrs. Jim Owen is convener. The CNIB lias a dual pro- jp-am of prevention of blindness and services lo llie blind, Mrs. Owen stated. These, services available (o any visually- m paired Canadian. Services an; free of cliargc. The CNIR helps in education of blind people, rehabilitation, wilh repard lo residence, em- ployment, recreation and with library services. It sometimes is necessary lor the CNIB lo give assistance with (ravel expenses, glasses, arLiflci.il eyes, contact lenses and also low visual aids. Mrs. and lhc Pythian Sisters here urge Ihc public to give generously lo this worth- while cause. By D'ARCY RICKARD liy golly, eyes ni e anl. kids arc watchiny loo much TV. I know il. I'm trying I o (jet them to turn the boob Lube off, but Ihcy'rc hookcrl. I'll never forget when we had Peeper's eyes tested. Peepers is Hie horse with the glass eye, like myself. He lives at Birds- Ranch, west ol CardKlon. V.'c called in lhc vet. We knew somclhins was wrong. Peepers had collided wilh lhc outhouse twice iti one day, knocking Old John and Ihe up at mils. When that liappcn- cd, I knew be was turfcrint; cvcstrjin I used to put (lip hlinkcrs on him. when n i-hiM off his feed it cmilcl be strsin. f sce hv lhc Mp (h L It's for a TV news announcer. 1 feel 1 have Ihe qualifica- tions (or the job, mainly, a nice, big, blue Glass eye. Have you ever noticed how Eaton's into the east TV announcers read llie news? meadow. They look nf'ht into tho cam- Thc vet says enough case, This is a clear this horse has n glass cycV "Holy mackcral 1 says, "No wonder lie won't rein to the right." Uncle Max says, "We've been boozehambled, buying a horse with a phony orb." Peepers was an OrVJhorsc and we grew lo love him. Oddfellows and Hebckahs of Pinchcr Creek and district arc testing children for eye defecls Thursday, Nov. 3, and Friday, Doris liigghis economist for women 11 ANNA John G. Calpas, director of tfic Alberta depart- ment of agriculture's extension division, has announced the ap- poinlmcnt of Davis Hipfiins lo I he position of district home economist at Hanna'. Miss Ilipgins is a native of; Nova Scotia. She attended Ml. j Allison University in Sackville, j New Brunswick. From 1970 lo 1971 Miss Hig- gins taught home; economics in a Calfiary school. Last winter she worked on Ihe federal eco- nomics stimulation program. Her headquarters was lhc CalpEry rceiun.il office ar.d her work ont ailcrl showi ng housc- wivcs how llwy could apply the Canfarm system of recordkecp- ing to household Tv'ov. 4, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon anil 1 to 'I p.m. in (he, IOOF Hall at Pinchcr Creek. Lasl year children were tested and- 4.3 per cent needed professional help. j You know, if the print blurs i when a child tries to 1 he's not going to keep up with i the other kids in school. Sometimes you'll find your horse is off hia hay. I know Peepers used to lum his nose era for one-ten'h of a and then drop their eyes for a minvitc lo read a news item. Then they sheepishly look up again, like a seal surfacing for a gulp of air. Then they d'vc down again, reading another news item. I feel I would make a fajit.-is- tic news announcer. My glass eye would he aimed, in fact I frozen, on the camera. My good eye would- dip for news. In this way, the television audience could merely fasten its gaze on my glass eye. llierc- hy watching, in effect, twn glass eyes, (1. Ihe boob tube; 2. a ASSUMPTION C.W.I. Would fo Announce tha WINNERS al Their Foil Tea FIRST Calhy Gommeringer 1321 Huron Plocu SECOND PRIZE-S75.00 Eddie Gnondl 1028 30th SI. THIRD M. 10M 14lh S'. Soulh FOR COMPLETE BOOK PUBLISHING CONTACT Tlie Lctlilrrulgc Herald PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 377-3203 NATAL (ILN'Sl District of Spai-wood- council at its recent regular meeting approved the purchase of an artificial i c e plant [or Ihe new recreation complex In Spanvood. In order lo make the pur- eliase a number of capital ex- penditures, earlier approved for Spanvood, will have to be de- ferred until the new budget is established for 1373. The goal has also been at- tained by trimming some of the costs of the complex such as landscaping and some finishing can he added at a later date. Funds were also available for the ice plant from lhc July 1 celebration, the King and Queen contest and from privalc dona- dons including the donalion from Western Desipn Associ- ates of its fee, lo the extent of and of Gporrjc Majic, lawyer retained for Lhe project fee in the amount of S3ofl. These amounts are met. by the Kaiser Resources Ltd. contribu- jon of one-third of Ihe money spent on the project. Council also approved the con- version of Lhe coal furnace aL Lhe curling rink in Natal to nat- ural gas. The comract for just over is to be awarded to fxjvven's Plumbing and Heat- ing. Council Is negotiating with its insurance agent for insur- ance coverage on the curling rink. The building, which be- longs lo the Regional District of East Kootcnay as part of the urban renewal scheme, would have to be insured by Ihe re- gional district with arrange- menLs lor premium payment anc! benefits lo be paid or re- ceived by (lie municipality. The problem of a contract with the Tip Inn Mote! has Ixien brought before coun- cil again. Legal counsel for the Distinct has asked that former councillors whs were involved in earlier negotiations wilh the firm, meet with liim and pre- pare statements of their under- stanc'ing of agrecmcnl readied with the principals of the firm. On instructions from council, municipal clerk Miss Monteniurro wrote to Leo Kim- rick, provincial minister of mines and Petroleum Resources outlinging the problems the municipality is having wilh fi- nancing Ihe many projecks. The new community of Spar- wood has to develop its ser- vices all al one time in order lo provide its residents wilh Ihe services they had learned to ex- pect in their former commun- ities. Coal industry lax dollars should be returned to the com- munity. Outlined for the minister was Ihe generosity of the coal com pany in providing funds for rec- reation. In response lo an enquiry aboul llie availability of land for green bells, Crowsnest In- fluslries Limiled Us land would probably nol Ix; available for rale lo pro- vincial governmenl for lliis pur- pose. The firm would look into the possibility of holding the desired portions of their land for the same purpose without transferring title Lo the govern- ment. Tenders for tho revised pav- ing project al Sparwood received by council and turned over (o Hie consulting engineer- ing firm for analysis. Awarding of lhc contract -will be based on a recommendation from the consultants. The prices quoted were generally in I h e range of to and< provide for trimming with a number of lower, cost alter- natives. Home of fine Brazier foodi Dairii Queen Friday and Saturday Special! DAYS brazier. sundae Both Locations: NORTH AND SOUTH sale BUY ONE AT REGULAR PRICE Get Another One of Equal Value for Ic NORTH STORE I SOUTH STORE 516 13th SL N. Phono 37.7-4B55 1152 M.M. Drive S. Phone 327-6440 3325 Isf Ave. South adjacent to Canadian Propane on Coaldale Highway Phone 328-3535 for FREE City Delivery! Open Mon. thru Fri. B a.m. to p.m. Sol. 8 lo 12 noon WHILE STOCKS LAST! Shop In Person or Phone 328-3535 Super Special! ASPENITE I'xf INCH SUPER SPECIAL! PRE FINISHED VINYL BOARD 2 Colors, sheet only Super Special! 1 x 4 92" STUDS FROST ALMOND Gnf them now Ihis great pricr. PRE FINISHED PLYWOOD 4'x8' sheef only Many, Many Unadvertised Daily Specials Shop Us and Save! We are plecisod to announce tho Priio Winners during our Grand Opening Your choice of WAU PANELLING ond CEILING Till lor 13' x 12' room Pclcr Bone, lolhbridrjo WESTROC VINYIBOARD for 16 fl, fcnluro wall.......................... Ann Remus, lollibiirlgs PING PONG TABLE end BASE H, Venhuis, Lellibridgs SABRESAW Mrs. Halverson. Lclhbridge MITRE BOX ..........................................................Rudy Mrtnlili, Uthbridgo 5-PIECE WEAREVER COOKWEAR...............................Carol Obrigewilch, Irthbridgd ;