Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 18

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 27

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, Soplember 12, 1970 NEW CHURCH More than 100 Vauxhall members of the IDS church moved in- to their new chapel on the occasion of the annual conference of the branch recently. Branch president Wilbur B. Hansen welcomed visitors from Medicine Hat, Picture Butte, Raymond, Taber and Barnwell for the occasion. The congregation met for years in the local community hall. The new church building was built by Lethbridge contractors Earl and Crane at a cost of Local members are contributing The balance was provided by the L.D.S. Church, Salt Lake City. Ross Gibb Photo Times Set BLAIRMOEE (CNP Bureau) Crowsnest Pass United Churches have announced the following change in limes for services on Sunday. At Coleman service will be held at a.m., Blairmore a.m. and Bellevue will hold its service at a.m. PHALT J 1 CCTDIID Hoping Women's Institute FOREMOST The recent, weed is a real pest in the gar- meeting of the Hoping Worn en's Institute was held at '.he home of Mrs. Henry Scherer with 12 members aid one visi- tor present. The social service reporl showed that 125 Ibs. of cloth ing had been taken to the Sal- vation Army and the Catholic Clothing Bank. Mrs. Scherer gave a demon- stration on the making of orna- ments from bottles, old lighl bulbs, bits of felt, ribbon, spray paint and glue. Mrs. Mary Dixson agricul- ture chairman, gave an inter- esting talk on' roll-on lawns. She described turf farming and gave approximate costs of completed lawn. A wild portulacco weed was shown ASHPHALT PAVING TOLIESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. 328-2702 327-3610 J and the type of seed and the vast amount that comes from 11 one plant was discussed. This THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE School of Continuing Education offers Housewife's Cleaning Course or Custodial Course Cleaning and Sanitation Lectures and demonstrations in all aspects of cleaning and sanitation. Learn how la. effectively care for the home and office. Course covers: Floor Care and Maintenance Carpet Care and Maintenance Proper Care of Painted and Wood Areas Cleaning and Sanitation of Food and Washroom Areas Time: Every afternoon starting Sept. 14th, 1970 from to p.m. Course ends Friday, September 18th, 1970 Fee, For further details or course registrations Telephone 327-2141-Extension 228 den. Mrs. Scherer distributed lit- erature relating to three lead- ership seminars that could be held in February. The department of agricul- ture co-psonsors these courses with other organizations. Any member of tire institute wish- ing to enrol in any of the pro- grams was asked to state their preference and sign up. Figure Skating Meet Planned PINCIDR CREEK (Special) A general meeting of the Pincher Creek Figure Skating Club will be held September 30, at 8 p.m. in the Municipal Building. Parents of figure skaters are urged to attend. Registrations for the coming year will be taken at the time of the general meeting. Classes will start on October 5. Mon- days and Wednesdays from 4 ;o p.m. are the times set :or this purpose. The club will again be under :he direction of Peggy Bronn, club professional. Cranbrook Park Will Double Size CRANBROOK (Special) City council has authorized more than doubling the size of its extra municipal Confeder- ation Park, its 1967 Confeder- ation project. Existing park is the shore of Lake Elizabeth, the square mile shallow slough made by Jimsmitli Creek along the west highway approach to Cranbrook. It offers picnic site in a Ponderosa pine stand, in- finite bird watching, rafting [or youngsters, and playing fields in various development stages. Its eastern boundary has been Jimsmith Creek outlet to the Wattsville road, and a strip on the west side of the creek contributed by Cranbrook Cart- age Lumber Company Ltd. which operated planer and drying yard there until a year go. Council approval has now been given to the purchase of 22.21 acres which was former Jranbrook Cartage operating site, flat and cleared. Agreed price is half this year and half with no in- terest, and the city will pay th 1970 provincial tax levy. Confederation Park will now flank half the shoreline of mil square Lake Elizabeth, wit the other half occupied by woodland, and frontage for Si ver Ridge Sawmills Ltd. Lak Elizabeth vicissitudes have in eluded an era as a bird sanctu ary, and various classes of pro vincial park. Muskrat trappin licence nets several hundre pelts a year, and it has res: dent moose at its m o r swampy and isolated southerr end. The Lake is still under ac live consideration by Duck Unlimited for development fo ducks and geese propagation Stumbling block to waterfow propagation is the highly van able levels depending on we or dry spring summer season In Winter the lake comes in for heavy use in outdoor skat ing until heavy snowfall, then snowmobilers take over in the winter jungle of tall bullrushe, which is laced with curren paths just right for snow vehi cles. New School Okayed For Taber Central By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER A new Centra School for Taber has been ap iroved by the Department Education. The official green light fo the construction of the new eli mentary school was flashed a he Sturgeon School Division a he Taber Division's boai meeting this week, the fir: emi-annual board meeting I e held. The approval is contingen on retaining the existing ne1 class room and gymnasium a part of the new building, quiring the demolition of th 1910 brick structure for whicl ministerial approval has al ready been requested. On the recommendation o Show us. Show yourself. In the Canadian Armed Forces you'll have a real opportunity lor modern infantry training in ft man's world of action among men. We're interested in you we look after you. You'll get experience and good pay. You'll enjoy the benefits of 30 days leave each year. As well as the opportunity to see new places. The Military Career Coun- sellor will give you all the de- tails on the infantry-make your move. BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL 12 Noon lo 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16 THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES (JnMranceJ JLta. INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH NO GLARE! Polarized Lenses POLARIZED LENSES completely eliminate annoying glare from water highways and beaches. And now you can have them in your own prescription! Drive more safely. See more clearly. Framed in bur zingy new platters, squares, ovals or octagons. Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Prescription Sunglasses Children's Magnifiers Repairs Reasonable Prices OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 30B-7th St. S LETHBRPDQE Phone 327 3609 the building committee, the board e n'g aged independent architect John Holden of Cat gary to design the new school' The committee, comprising chairman Mrs. Dorothy Dick Heber Anderson and Marvin Torrie, made its recommenda- tion following a trip to Calgary to inspect new school buildings in the city. Planning of the school will now approval of which by the school buildings branch will allow the Division to obtain building funds. Also concerning school build- ings, the board of good pro- gress being made by Edwards Brothers of Barnwell on the demolition and removal of the old elementary school building at Vauxhall. With approval to go ahead on the Central school building, it is expected that action will also proceed on acquisition two privately owned properties on ;he school block bounded by 52nd and 54th Streets and 54th and 56th Avenues. APPOINTED Former school superinten- dent at Taber, Dr. Alvin E.- iunst, has been appointed con- sultant in fine arts for the De- )artment of Education. He is :urrently superintendent for Uorinville, Alberta. Mr. Kunst is an artist in his own right, having held one- man exhibitions of his own work. He was a former princi- pal at Picture Butte. PLAN SURVEY A survey of the transporta- ion system in Taber School Mvision No. 6 is to be under- aken during one week in Oc- ober by Ray Wall, transporta- tion supervisor for Medicine School Division No. 4. In authorizing the intensive tudy of local conditions, the chool board found it advisable o have an independent survey I Tiade to determine and isolate areas where the system is in- fficient in order to effect re- lictions in operating costs. Mr. Wall will look over the rganizational s t r u c tiire for in the Taber Di nsion, individual bus routes quipment in use, along witt ther areas of concern to the oard. ROYAL ELK TAKEN Albert Truant of Bellevue bag- ged what hunters feel is ths granddaddy of all Elk re- cently in the Castle River area. The big six pointer was shot by a 300 Weatherby Magnum from roughly 100 yards- The crown on the big Elk was so large in circumference that the hunter was unable to put the lag on the horns. Each of the antlers measgred 54 inches in length with an outside spread of 46 inches. The antlers are 9Minches in circumference at Ihe base and 10 inches at the largest point. Vern Decoux Photo Breaks Back In Accident CARDSTON (HNS Keith Russell is in satisfactory con- dition in St. Peter's Hospital in Helena, following a one-vehicle accident at Boulder, Montana. Mr. Russell was travelling alone in a pick-up truck to Provo where he planned to reg- ster at Brigham Young Uni- versity. The truck rolled twice after it failed to negotiate a turn, causing damage to the ve- licle. He suffered a broken back rat is not paralyzed. His wife had already gone to Provo to register their children in school. SHOE REPAIR Fast dependable service at reasonable prices Also repair and replace all types of zippers Repairs to all leather goods MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR 1021 3rd Ave. S. (Nut fo Lelhbridge Locktr and Seafoods) Response Poor To Inspection CARDTON The mobile notor vehicle inspection sta- 'xm is in Cardston until Sept. '5 and so far the response has been poor, according to station fficials. The inspection-is -free and tickers are issued to vehicles lat pass the safety tests. Motorists in the Cardston area are urged to bring their cars n The station is located on nd Ave. between 2nd and 3rd treets. From there the unit will move to Pincher Creek Sept. and stay until Oct. 16. It ill be on John St. From Oct. 19 to Oct. 30 the nit will be in Fort Macleod cross from? the RCMP station. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects. CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 lit AVE. S. FOR RENT Building with Sq. Ft. or Less Located on 3rd Avenue with good parking Feasible for any type of business Write Box 24, Lethbridge Herald THE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION at the LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE in co-operation with H R BLOCK CO. Presents BASIC INCOME TAX COURSE 72 liuurs of clasi instruction Enrolment open to any interested man or woman Graduate In 12 weeks Taught by experienced tax people Day or evening classes available Course Begins Mon., Sept. 14th or Tues., Sept. 15th REGISTER NOW! Far further information call either LETHBRIDGE USD nisir COMMUNITY COLLEGE K BLOt School of Continuing Education 815 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-2141 Phone 327-3712 LO. FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 'LAN NOMINATIONS PINCHER CREEK (Special Nomination day for the nora- nation of three town council- ors and three trustees for St. rlichaePs Roman Catholic school District will be held ednesday, September 16, rom 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the own Office. Hire yourself a billion expert. That's what do when you entrust your money to Royal Trust investment Management people. The money you entrust to our Investment Man- agement Department becomes part of a SIO billion responsibility. This makes things happen like the introduction of a third generation ployed in the handling of your money providing you with impartial investment man- agement that is dynamic without being specula- tive. So if you're interested in the highest possible computer, the latest in research techniques, the degree of competence and sound judgment in best financial brains obtainable. The result is that these same brains and facilities are crn- thc management of your portfolio, drop in for a chat at your local Royal Trust office. RoyalTrust Assets under administration, over billion. 1244 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-6684 327-6070 YOUR WASHER CENTRE NOW YOUR COMPLETE SANYO CENTRE AS WELL! All items guaranteed full credit 30 days return. Six immediate specials with saving: of over each offered FULL GUARANTEES AND WARRANTIES AT FAIRFIELDS 1. SC 2000 TANK VACUUM Wilh self retracting cord, triple filter, bag indicator, full set of tools. ONLY 2. SC810 CANISTER VACUUM With all of the above famous Sanyo features ONLY 3. SRI 50 FLOOR REFRIGERATOR 6 cu. ft., automatic push button defrosting, magnetic gaskets, white enamel ONLY 79.95 149.95 4. 6 only Sanyo 6 Ib. DRYERS 1 White, all special features. is no longer a regular safes Item 5. P3402CU--19" Black and White PORTABLE TV UHF VHP Keyed AGC ONLY 6. M148G AC' DC CASSETTE RECORDER With mike and adaptor ONLY LESS TRADE 179M 34.95 We are not Q SANYO Wholesalers But We guaran- tee to meet any proven price difference in Southern Alberta. ;