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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta UNOCCUPIED GARAGE BUILDING BURNS Flame: consume a two-storey, unoccupied brick building on the west end of Bassano's main street Wednesday afternoon. Flames swept through the building at about o'clock. It is owned by D. B. Robertson of Calgary. Fire Chief Henry Schaffer directed firefighting operations which were facili- tated by vacant lots being on each side of the building. Old buildings nearby were hosed down. Prior to the fire, town workmen had been cleaning up around the building. It was occupied several years ago by the Roy Smith garage. The loss has not been determined., Eiwood Ferguson Photos. Roundup of District News f Js. tu GARAGE CONTRACT VULCAN Public works minister Albert Ludwig has an- nounced the awarding of a con- tract to Schuler Construction Ltd., Vulcan, for a four-stall garage at Vulcan. FISH AND GAME COALDALE (HNS1) Mem- bers of the Coaldale and Dis- trict Fish and Game Assoda- tion are urged to attend the meeting 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3, in the John Davidson School. Attend Education Parley IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Iron Springs Home and School Association members Mrs. H. B. Haney and Mrs. W. Yalowega attended a recent conference at the University of Calgary. A panel conducted and as- sessed a study of a paper on curriculum prepared by Dr. Janet Emig and Dr. Robert. Anderson of the University of Lethbridge. This paper was one of sev- eral position papers recently prepared by educationists on the many facets of education. Attending was a cross-sec- lion of people associated with the various phases of educa- tion, among them trustees, teachers, home and school as- sociation representatives, and superintendents. It was spon- sored by the Provincial Home and School Association. Attending were Dr. Waller Worth, head of the Worth Commission on Education and member of the Worth Commis- sion, Leonard K. Haney of Iron Springs. Kenneth W. Bride, a former school principal at Iron Springs, represented the Alber- li Teachers Association. VISIT KRALLS NATAL (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Les Smith of Surrey, B.C. are spending a week's visit with relatives in Sparwood. They are visiting at Ihe home of the latter's'. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Albie Krall and family and will dur- ing Uieir slay visit with other sisters and brothers. VISIT FAMILY NATAL (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. A) McRae, daughter Bar- bara and son Allan of Kara- loops, B.C., recently spent a visit with Ihe lalter's sisters and brothers in Sparwood. FESTIVAL PLANS TABER (HNS) The Taber Music Festival Committee laic plans for the Kiwanis spon sored festival March 17, IS am 19, 1971. Organization for the festival will take place at a general meeting Ocl. 30 a Pelrie's Pantry. Authorized to attend the Alberta Music Fes I tival Committee meeting ai THINK about the FUTURE! UNIFARM WEEK, NOV. 1-7 it a good to start because it focunt attention on year-round activities of the organization. YOU NEED REPRESENTATION- UNIFARM is recognized by government and industry as the "common sense" voice of Alberta farmers. The organization Kill continue to seek just legislation to protect your interests. YOU NEED INFORMATION- Unifarm believes that farmers must be fully informed on all vital Issues. For that reason, the organization has launched a major infor- mation program to deal with matters such as the Federal Task Bterci on Apiculture Report, and is now in the process of Initiating similar programs to deal with crop insurance, taxation, the power-at-cost Issue, operation of the Canadian Wheat Board, YOU NEED SERVICE- Unifarm helps termers solve Say-to-day problems ivlth farm machin- ery, surface rights, and t urido variety of more personal matteri, YOU CAN ENJOY SAVINGS- Unifarm members operate their own Auto and Fire insurance Pools have saved as much as Ofo annually on the cost of this essential input, Rural Electrification Association members are enjoying savings of per year in electric power costs due to successful interven- tion by Unlfarm and the Union of HEA's In the matter of an application ty a power company to raise rates forpowcr distributed to its farm cus- tomers. YOU CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN THROUGH UNIFARM Take part in local tvariri planned for UNIFARM WEEK, NOV. 1-7 Red Deer are vice-chairman Earl H. Ellingson and Mrs. FJlingson, secretary of the fes- tival committee. PURCHASE KINK SPARWOOD (HNS) Mi- chel Natal Community Fund has accepted the offer made by the Regional District of the East Kootenay to purchase the curling rink and arena. The building may. serve as a public works building. ATTEND PARLEY PICTURE BUTTE (Special) Ken Kotkas and Miss Wendy Rasmussen recently attended the minister's conference on recreation at Edmonton. Opens Store COALDALE (HNS) Sieve Toth of Coaldale recently open- ed a business here under the name Sieve's Quality Meats and Confectionery. It is located on the cast end of main street at 1611 20th Ave. COALDALE (HNS) Thi Barons-Eureka Health Unit i: sponsoring the following infan and pre-school clinics: COALHURST: Tuesday, Nov 3, in the Legion Hall from to p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Nov. 3, n the Health Unit. Office in thi Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 IRON SPRINGS: Wednes day Nov. 4, in the Huntsville School from to p.m COALDALE: Thursday, Nov 5 in the Health Unit Offics (upstairs in the Town Offic Building) from 10 a.m. to 1 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Nov. 5, i: the Health Unit Office in th Administration Building, fror 10 a.m. to 12 noon and t 4 p.m. GRASSY LAKE: Friday Nov. 6, in the School from 1 l gathered at their home to cele brate their 25th wedding anni versary. A buffet.supper was served. The honored guests were presented with a purse of mon ey by their son Jim and daugh ter Judy. A purse of money was presented to the couple by Ai Smith on behalf of their friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Krall weiT married Oct. 27, 1945. SPORTS MEETING COALDALE (HNS) A sports meeting will be held p.m. Simday, Nov. 1, in the Coaldale recreation office for all interested men 16 and ovei residing in the County of Leth bridge to organize sports for Sunday evenings. Water, Sewer Hikes Imminent CRANBROOK (Sp e c i a 1) Substantial hikes in rates for city water and sewer service are being prepared by the city with approval of the proposed new schedule by the depart- ment of municipal affairs. The increases are to put on More District Pages 17, 20 a self-liquidating basis the water improvemeni project and required sewage lagoon improvements for li- censing by the provincial gov- ernment of the city's heavily loaded sewage system. Water rate will increase by 60 per cent from the present rate of monthly basic for four-room house, and 15 cents for each additional room. It will come into effect Jan. 1. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Phone 562-2149 COUNTRY NEWS These Are Herald Correspondents In Your Area VAUXHALL MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. Box 239 STIRLING MRS. MILDRED HARDY General Delivery TABER ROSS GIBB General Delivery TYRELL'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMLINO P.O. Six