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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, September 16, 1970 May Sell Rink Twice In Bid To Raise Funds NATAL (HNS) The Michel Natal Community Fund Society wants to raise money for new recreational facilities by selling its old curling'rink twice, par- ticularly if that is the rail) available way of raising money Walter Rybachuk appeared as spokesman for the Society at last week's meeting of the Regional District of East Koo- tenay board, which administers the Sparwood urban renewal scheme. Mr. Rybachuk said that the Urban Renewal committee had offered Ms society for the skating arena and curling rink at Natal, and that it would cost more than to re- place the buildings at Spar- wood. In the past these facili- ties have been enjoyed by many and financed by few, he said, and explained that his society would liks more equitable fi- nancing through taxation. How- ever, the Regional District's as- sistance would be needed to sell debentures. Alderman Stan Wilson of Kimberley, chairman of the Re- gional District of East Kcote- nay board's finance commit- tee, offered no hope that de- bentures for recreation facili- ties could be sold. The city of Binder Policy New Provision TABER (HNS) Other ar- rangements had to be made for insurance coverage on Taber's new fireproof community rec- reation centre, the former car- rier declining His low-risk low- premium coverage. The other arrangements was the provision of a binder policy on the phase I of the recreation c o in p 1 e x, pending study of present coverages by a committee set up at the town council's recent meeting. The committee will give con- sideration to separate cover- ages for the sports complex and the town's other properties, the blanket policy for which ex- pires at the year end. It was suggested that tenders be called prior to the date of expiry, and this recommenda- tion will be considered by the committee. DROPS SIGNIFICANT Immigrants to Ontario from Italy in 1969 declined by more than half compared with the previous year, and there were 45 per cent fewer immigrants from Britain. Kimberley borrowed three years ago for ski hill dc vslopmcnt, and despite the backing of the UDEK were not COALDALE (HNS) School opening at the John Davidson School in Coaldale saw changes from last term in effect and others under way. For the first time a class for "exceptional" children is being operated. Hie teacher is Mrs. Jennie Emery, a Grade 1 teacher in Coaldale for more .than 20 years. The students are bused in from the County of Lethbridge area. The children in this class have various learning handi- caps and problems. Many of them are older than the regu- lar beginners. Whenever possible they are distributed into the other class- rooms to give them opportunity to participate. Mrs. Emery re- calls them when it is necessary to give the child individual in- struction. Pster Slemko, principal, said he was pleased to be able to draw on the experience of Mrs. Emery in her career as Grade 1 teacher. She was en- rolled at the University of Al- berta during the summer spe- cializing in teaching the type of students she now is dealing with. Mrs. Emery is also assisting in evaluating all the students capabilities in reading and oth- er curriculum programs. A playroom is being ren- ovated into an ancilliary room. This will later be used in large to soil debentures because i) financial institution is buying, he said. "Well then." said Mr. "if we sail you the buildings for and buv back the curling rink for as provided in the offer, do we have to demolish the rink, or can we sell it to a company that does trucking for Kaiser Administrator Frank Bertoia told the board that, under the terms for the Urban Renewal, quasi-public buildings were to be moved to Sparwood, but because the Community Fund Society said they would rather sell at least the arena another offer had been arranged, with the approval of the provincial and federal government1 representatives. The offer is based on the probability of leasing the land to Kaiser Coal and selling the skating arena to Kaiser as a warehouse. Since the curling rink could be moved, at a to the urban renewal committee offered to sell the curling rink back to the society to move, if they wanted it. "Every possible cent that could be scrounged is included in the he said, but on the understanding that the property would be cleared. Mr. Rybachuk said that the trucking company who an offer on the curling rink works for Kaiser Coal, and he suggested that Kaiser might have no objection to such a transaction. The matter was. followed up by Director Earl Tabor of Spar-wood. Mr. Bertoia said that any such suggestions must be out in writing and sent to the urban renewal committee for its consideration. lildreu's Class team tcacliing programs planned. Jolin Davidson is an elementary school. Mr. Slemko said 292 students have enrolled for the new term. Of these 53 are in the beginners and exceptional classes. Officials ask that students not arrive (particularly those in town) before a.m. School starts are 9. They ask that all town students, meaning those walking to school, refrain from bringing lunch unless absolutely Gaalen FOREMOST (Special) The department of education has announced the winner of the 1970 Grade 9 Governor General's Medal for the County of Forty Mile and Medicine Hat school division is Nolan Arie Van Medal He is a student at Burdett School in County Forty Mile. The medal is to be presented by superintendent P. J. Baker when arrangements have teen made. CWL Holds Meet GRANTJM (HNS) Mrs. J Brule was hostess for the Sep tember meeting of the Granum CWL. The resignation of Mrs Pratte was accepted and Mrs Brule will replace her as trea surer. It was decided that th annual fall supper would not be held this year. Father Redmond discussec arrangements for ths "live-in' which will be held in Granum No Big Upswing Seen In Sale Of Farm Equipment TORONTO (CP) Canadian farm equipment manufacturers are looking to 1971 for an in- crease in sales, but say they hold little hope for a major market upswing. R. L. Engel of Allis-Chalmer says 1971 sales should be better 3ut he doubts they will show a "dramatic growth." Ben H. Warren of Interna- ional Harvester says his com- Meet your friends at The Majorette Restaurant The finest In WESTERN MEALS CHINESE FOOD LIGHT LUNCHES We Extend Best Wishes to GENTLEMEN ill and MAXINE'S- On Their Grand Opening This Week 612 3rd Avenue S. Phone 327-7511 We extend a very special Welcome! TO OUR NEW NEIGHBORS GENTLEMEN III AND MAXINE'S LADIES' WEAR Best Wishes on your Opening and in the future. IETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LIMITED 316 7th Street S. (Downstcirs) Phone 328-7411 pany is looking for an increasi of "about five per cent." R. C. Leary of Ford says his company has already had an upturn in farm sales, starting back in June and July. Their remarks cams in back ground papers prepared for the annual convention of the Farm and Industrial Equipment Insti tute here Sept. 13-16. The manufacturers said a de- pressed economy was the major reason for sagging sales in 1969-70. "In Canada the primary causes for the depressed farm machinery sales have been high interest rates, reduced wheal sales and the 11.9-per-cent re duction in crop acres resulting from the government's LIFT wheat said John E Mitchell of Massey-Ferguson's U.S. subsidiary. Reasons for the hoped-for in- crease in sales "build-up demand" brought on by low buying in 1969 and an antici- pated increase in wheat exports in 1971. Paper Plant Resumes Operations SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. (CP) The Abitibi Paper Co. Ltd. plant here began a five-day work schedule today following a one-week shutdown because of a lack of orders. A. R. Askin, assistant mill manager, said in an interview that although operations re- sumed, it was not known if they would continue past Saturday. Mr. Askin said he was unable to pinpoint the cause of the order shortage which idled 500 men. The plant produces a wide range of paper producls includ- ing newsprint and specialized papers. SMALLEST PROVINCE Prince Edward Island is the smallest province in Canada in both size and population. We Extend Our Hearty CONGRATULATIONS TO GENTLEMEN 111 and MAXINE'S LADIES' WEAR ON THEIR GRAND OPENING IN THE 7th STREET SHOPPING MALL DOWNTOWN H TV and APPLIANCES NORTH LETHBRIDGE up of District News November 13, 14 and 15. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. R. Rossum on October 14. Stockton Post TABER (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Dean Murphy of Brooks have been called by the First Presidency of the LDS Church, Salt Lake City, lo serve in the church's California North Mis- The Murphys, long retired from farming and in their ear- ly 70's, will arrive October 17 at the Mission Home in Salt Lake for a short course of in- struction before proceeding to their headquarters at Stockton, California. 26 New Teachers FOREMOST (Special) An orientation seminar for new teachers to County Forty Mile was held recently in Foremost School. A total of 26 new teachers are employed by the county this year, most of them from other parts of Alberta. The program was under the direction of superintendent of schools P. J. Baker. Roy H. Wallman, secretary- treasurer of County Forty Mile, outlined the services and pro-[ cedures offered by the county office. 22 Attend Pythians' Session COALDALE (HNS) A total of 22 members and one guest attended the first meeting of the new season for the Coal- dale Pythian Sisters Sunset Temple recently. Mrs. Ruby Ross, most excel- lent cln'ef, presided. The Sunset Temple will again sponsor the annual tag day for the Canadian Institute for the Blind. The date in October will be announced later. The 82nd anniversary of the Pythian Sisters organization will be celebrated Oct. 23. To commemorate the event the lo- cal temple will stags a pot-luck supper in conjunction with its October meeting. Miss Louise Well was the recent recipient of the Coaldale Pythian Sisters Scholarship. It is awarded annually to the Grade 12 student in Kate An- drews High School receiving the highest mark in English 30. Miss attained a mark of 99 per cent. Mrs. Rose made the presentation. A hand painted bookcover by Mrs. Ann Davis was displayed. The .members will contribute their life biographies to bo compiled in the book. A letter of thanks was read from the Dorothy Gooder School in Lethbridge for the articles donated to the school. Mrs. Beth Baldly gave a re- port on the district convention held in Medicine Hat. Mrs. Baldry was the local rep- resentative. The 1971 District 3 convention will be held in Cole- man. During the summer recess the members mads 54 sick and friendship calls. THIMBLE-SIZED The Moscow Institute of Auto- mation and Telemechanics says it has developed a television camera the size of a thimble. WE EXTEND SINCERE Best Wilhes lo GENTLEMEN III AND MAXINE'S LADIES' WEAR on their grand opening Irt the 7th Street Shopping Mall WE WISH THEM "EVERY SUCCESS" _ Mr.RT SHORT RAWORTH JEWELIE-RY Locally Owned and Operated by MRS. f.V.'RT SHORT. 327 7th STREET S. PHONE 327-2727 JUTH UMITYAIDS SIPT. 17- IS 19 fH.sat. COVER GIRL BRUSH-ON SALE PRICE. D Each 6 Oz. jar. Cold Cream O'ily Skirt-Dry Skin Light Moisturizer. Matte Finish. 3 shades; ANGEL FACE Blue vanity cass pressed powder. Compact powder. 3 shades. VASELINE IOTION SALE PRICE 14 oz. plastic bottle. Intensive care lotion. For brush-on compact THAYERS CREAM SALE PRICE 'EacH J6oz. [ar all purpose -cream. Lanolin and Eight fashionahls shades available. TRIOS MAKE-UP SALE PRICE Elizabeth Hartley! Powder eye-shadows andblush-onmake-up. BrushlesslOor. far! With free Wades. AQUA NET HAIR SPRAY SALE PRICE I Each 36 Or. Regular and Super Hold types. NICE'N EASY HAIR COLOR SALE PRICE. 1.17 16 fabulous shades. LADY PATRICIA HAIR SPRAY SALE PRICE 776- 15.5 Ot Imperial Jiift. Firm, Soft, Extra Hold typs, NEW DAWN NAUCOUHSHiMPOO SALE PRICE Unscenled types. ARRID fXTRA DRY DEODORANT SALE PRICE 6 Oz. bolllj. COLGATE TOOTHPASTE; 7 Or. size. 1C mart DEODORANT K mart HAND A BODY LOTION with K-MART FACIAL TISSUE 500 2 Ply Sheets SAIE PRICE 57" NOXZEMA DEODORANT SALE PRICE TV 3 or. roll-gn type. K mart" SHAMPOO t CREAM RINSE 571 16 oz. shatterproof bottta. HOXZEMA SPRAT DEODORANT SALE PRICE 10 oz. family size. K morf HAIR SPRAY SALE PRICE 10 Dr. size. Super Hold or Extra Hold type. K mart TOOTHPASTE SALE PRICE EMPRESS RUBBER GLOVES Lined. Pinfc. 2 prs. Inpoly.pkg.S-M-U. BRYLCREAM HAIR DRESSING SALE PRICE RIGHT GUARD DEODORANT PRICE 7 Oz. spray type. ASM ROLL-ON DEODORANT SALE PRICE SCOPE MOUTHWASH SALE PRICE ASPIRIN TAIIETS EALE PRICE MODESS SANITAItT MHIIU SALE PRICE TCIOTH TOWILS SALE PRICS CAREFREE TAMPONS SALE PRICE KOTEX SANITARY NAPKINS L2I- 12 Oz. size bottla, 36 all purpose towels in each package. Box of 12 Slender- line or regular. BRtCK BASIC 1.47 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED ;