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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Passwords Group insurance plan NATAL (HNS) For the in- formation of newcomers to Kaiser Resources Limited and an a reminder to regular em- ployees wishing fo purchase homes, a group insurance plan is available for Kaiser mort- gages. Under the company plan, as- sistance is provided for the purchase of a home. The loan is made available by the com- pany and is "forgiven" in part each year. In the event of the death of an employee before the full loan is it would be necessary to the widow to make full payment cf Ule outstanding amount still remaining. This could present financial problem. To help ease this problem, an insurance company is pre- pared Ib offer a group life in- surance plan to insure the out- standing balance of these Irans. Kaiser Resources Limited will look after the administra- tion with respect to such a plan if there is sufficient inter- est shown. 'Cuties' pluy November 3 COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The California Cuties, said to be one of the most comical basketball teams in operation, will meet the Crowsnest Con- solidated High School Panthers ill an exhibition game at the CCHS auditorium Wednesday, Nov. 3. The game will get under way at 8 p.m. and reports indicate the "Cuties" have many laughs in store for the audience One of the highlights of the game will be the antics of Lit- tle Suzie, the 38-inch guard whose agility and size allows moving under the players. CWL bazaar Saturday COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The Coleman Catholic Wom- en's League has completed plans for the annual bazaar to be held in the Catholic Hall Saturday, Oct. 30. It will fea- ture several new ideas and items for children. CWL president Mrs. Molly Strickland introduced Rev. SCHOOL BIOGRAPHER Mrs. Davt (Virginia) Sinclair of Taber looks through lists bearing names of pupils of Taber Central Elementary School. Slic is writing The Golden Years of Taker Cen- tral, a liistory (hat traces the story appointing teacher librar- iLns at Sparwood Elementary, Ridgemont Elementary, and Isabella Dickon Elementary schools in Fernie, and one in the South Country area, and by appointing clerical aides at the Sparwood Elementary, Ridge- mont Elementary, and Isabella Dicken Elementary schools. The cost of this proposal would exceed per year. Two full time special educa- tion teachers will be appointed for the Sparwood Elementary and one for the Jaffray School. The cost of these special edu- cation personnel would exceed per year but would be partly offset by provincial grants amounting to more than It was recommended tlie appointment, on the basis of time necessary, of persons to provide learning assistance in areas where other special education services are not ex- tended. The estimated annual cost of this activity is Tlie board will establish a policy of operating with a 30 to one student teacher ratio in the primary division and a 35 to one ratio in the intermediate division as its prime objective cs a class size. SHOWS SLIDES FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Fort Macleod Fortnight- ly Club met at the home of Mrs. M. Dickie. Mrs. Cliff Moses presented a paper on her recent trip to Eng- land and Ireland. She showed color slides and post card pic- lures. Tricks or treats STIRLING (HNS) Town council has stated Halloween may be celebrated Saturday, Oct. 30, instead of Sunday. Property and rights of every- one must be respected. Potatoes delayed TABER (HNS) Plant man- ager Joe Nicholson of Sun-Alta Potato Processors Ltd. has an- nounced a further set back in the starting of the plant, in ex- planation of recent staff re- ductions. Present plans are to resume normal production in January, 1972. Some new equipment will be installed. Sewing classes TURIN (HNS) Three sew- ing classes featuring "sewing with knits." each an eight-week course, are being offered in this area. The first, with 14 women tak- ing part, is sponsored by the Sundial Handicraft Club. Sewing classes under the di rection of Mrs. Mike (Alice) Paskal are held Monday eve- nings in the Sundial Communi- ty Centre. The second class, with 14 wo- men participating, is being con- ducted in the Turin school Wed- nesdays under the direction of Mrs. Lawrence (Pat) Deimuth. Mrs. Mike (Alice) Paskal's class held its first session Tues- day. The class has 16 students. Sell lights STIRLING (HNS) Lions President Ken Peterson says tion of about to five hos- COSTUME DANCE FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Oldtime Dance Club dance in the W. A. Day School Saturday will be a costume af- fair with prizes awarded. Members, prospective mem- bers and all friends are wel- come. JORDAN CRACKLLNX; COLD Dl'CK The new taste sensation at a surprisingly low price L Buy some today for tonile A COALDALE Tlie Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre school clinics: COALIIURST: Tuesday, Nov. 2, in the Royal Canadian Legion Hall from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Nov. 2, in the health unit office in the Administration Building, from 1C a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARNWELL: W e d nesday, Nov. 3, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. IRON SPRINGS: Wednesday, Nov. 3, in the school from to p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Nov. 4, in the health unit office, (up- stairs in the Town Office Build- nig) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 TABER: Thursday. Nov. 4. in the health unit office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. GRASSY LAKE: Friday, iVov. 5, in the Chamberlain School from 1 to 3 p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at all clinics free of charge. For social service appoint- ments teleplxine: Coaldale 345- 3388; and Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against con- tagious disease. the Stirling Lion's Club will conduct a light bulb sale Mon- j day night, Nov. 1, throughout I the village and district. Sale succeeds MILK RIVER (HNS) The bake and white elephant sale, sponsored by the St. Paul's United Church Women and held recently at the G. and H. Ga- rage, was successful. There was a variety of cakes, pies, buns, breads, other good- ies and farm produce. Hot dogs and coffee were served. Okay payment COALDALE (HNS) Attor- nev General Merv Leitch an- Grants in aid NATAL (HNS) Distribu- pital areas was approved re- cently by the Regional District of East Kootenay. There are five hospital areas in the Regional District of East Kootenay. It will be dis- tributed to ambulance associa- tions in the five areas. Tlie Windennere Ambulance Association had asked for help. Wins COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Mrs. Francis Cote of Blairmore was winner of 75 silver dollars at the recent Coleman Volun- teer Fire Brigade bingo held to raise funds for community pro- jects. Other winners: Polly Snow- den, A. Carlson, Edna Camp- Gladys Cunningham, ney er Gladys Cunningham, nounccs cabinet approval of; Mare Kubica, J. Donald, Mrs. to be payed to the Town M pjsony, Mrs A. Gardner, of Coaldale. Mrs. A. Bernardo, H. Pozka, The money, to come out of this year's estimates, is the first payment of an anticipated which is the provincial government share for the con- Mrs. M. Storey, Pat Virtue, Jessie Moore, Josephine Graf and Joe Semenzen, Mrs. P. Block, Mrs. Rick Cox and Mrs. Bevelacqua. struction of a new police build- ing here. Construction on the project is expected to start immediately j TABER (HNS) Taber Arts in order to assist the town in and Crafts Club is going into Weaving okayed approached by muse mil FORT MACLEOD (Special) Fort Museum has closed for the season. From opening day May 8, to closing Oct. 12, people came to see artifacts of the area. In 1961, the total patronage was and each year there has been a gradual increase until 1970 when road construction caused a sharp decline. Larry King, secretary man- said Ule Fort Macleod Historical Association is pleas- ed with altendiinrc. supplying winter employment. CWL meets MILK RIVER (HNS) Tlie October meeting of the Milk- River CWL was held recently in St. Peter's Parish Hall. Rev. Shuster and 21 mem- bers were present. Roll call involved the dona- tion of a tea towel by each member. A catechetical seminar was held recently for all catechism teachers and interested par- ents. Members provided an eve- ning of entertainment at tlie Ridgeview Lodge. A request was made by a member of the Milk River Kin- the weaving program. Mrs. Pat Meyer, president i says the Taber recreation board has authorized the pur- chase of a loom. The cost of will include a interest-free loan through the provincial government, the remaining ?117 to be picked up by tlie club. Total loan from the govern- ment will return to the level which is being repaid by the club at per year from class fees. MEETS TUESDAY COALDALE (HNS) The: Coaldale Home and School As- sociation will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2. in the Kale i Andrews High- School i I cile Club for donations of re- ,Tci'ic lo bc discussed: cipcs lo be used in compiling "Would you like sex education a community cookbook. "They would like any recipes (o be sent or given to Mrs. Rob (Nadine) Matlock before Nov. 30. Father S h M s I. e r read laught in your thought provoking passage on "flic hook lhal's hardly over read." Tea prize was won by lone Ellert. BASKETBALL COALDALE (I INS) A i meeting to organize basketball I a for men and women in the County of IxMhbridge will be 11 held at 8 p.m. Friday at the Coaldale recreation office. In- i terested persons invited. IIAI.I.OWKKN FORT MACLF.OD (Special) Hallowe'en will bc observed icrc Saturday. Friday afler school there will bc a canvass ly school children for the UNICEF. Convener for this trojcet is Mrs. George Peters. Al (MO p.m. Salurday the Klks hold ;i parly for children. THE COUNCIL OF THE COUNTY OF WARNER No. 5 DO HEREBY DECURE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30th as HALLOWE'EN DAY J. K. DUNCAN Assistant Secretary-Treasurer County of Wnrner No. 5 MARTENS COAlDALE PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1971 CANADA GRADE UTILITY FRYING CHICKEN Ib. TABLE RITE CANADA CHOICE STEER BEEF RUMP ROAST Ib. TABLERITE CANADA CHOICE STEER BEEF Sirloin Steak TABtERITE RED BRAND STEER BEEF Steer Beef Ib. Ib. 35' ON SALE THIS WEEK! at Centre Village IGA only The Family Handyman Do-lt-Yourself Encyclopedia CQ VOLUMES Jfi J7C 2 thru 16......I VOLUME ONE CASHMERE ASSORTED Tissue......4 ran pack 3 1 -00 AUSTRAL Fruit Cocktail NABOB REGULAR Coffee.................Mb.b0g95c CAMPBELL Mushroom Soup ".itS 1-00 YELLOW Sugar Miracle Whip 5-lb. bag 32-oz. jar At Centre Village IGA Only FINE ART REPRODUCTIONS FREE 12 fine Art Reproductions can be Yours Watch for Coupons Each Week Collect all 12 RioEEM THIS COUPON FOR 11" x 14" Fine Art Reproduction I Reproduction V with any purchase r of or more Valid only Oct. 25-30 DETERGENT MAPIE tEAF TENDERFLAKE Lard PACIFIC 5for 99c Evap, Milk 21c CANADA CEE GRADE Mac Apples 611 1-00 FRESH ROASTED Peanuts lb CENTRE VILLAGE V IGA) AND MARTENS COALDALE Centre Village IGA Alto Features FREE Delivery! WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES ;