Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Solurday, 19, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD _ 15 Roundup of District News 1 .jtVrfS Okay Motel COALDALE (IINS) The town planning commission and town council will permit a tcl development. It includes eight units to hfi moved from the El Rancho at Lethbridge Application was made by Mr and Mrs. Romeril. The location is 2Ist_St. The development is in ac- cord with the new zoning bylaw specifications, council was told. ASHPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 Students Meet LUNDBRECK (UN'S) Li ingstone High School Sluden Union held its first fall meet ing. Plans for Ihe coming seaso_ were discussed before Ihe mat ter of elections c.-ir.e up. President for the ensuing term is Marcel Desjardins vice-president, Tom Wcckes secretary, Leona Jasman; trea surer, Laurel Nystrom; press correspondent, Alice Likusky grade representatives, Susai Dwyer, Wendy Nystrom, Jenny Dwyer and Barry Dwyer. It was decided lo once agair participate in the Curtis Plar which raises money by maga- zine sales. Canvass Planned PINCHER CREEK (Special) -St. Michael's CWL will con duct a canvass for Ihe Arthritis and Rheumatism Society fund for the week of September 21 Ifjereditk 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 WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON- Etc. Truck Loads Carloads- Truck Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap Is Our Business" through to the 26th. Mrs. Rob ert Filzputrick will convene the campaign. Anyone missed in Lhe canvass, who wish lo do nale, may contact Mrs. Filz patrick. Firm Formed PINCHER CREEK (Special W. M. K. McGurk, formerly of Grand Prairie and Lcth bridge, has joined with Garth A. Turcotl in the practice of law. The firm will be known as Turcott and McGurk. Born in Montreal, Mr. Me Gurk received his BA degree from Sir George William's Col- lege prior to receiving a law degree at McGill University. WINS SILVEK MEDAL Nancy Nelson of Spring Cou- lee uilJ receive a silver med- al from the ftoyal Conserva- tory of Music at Ihe October convocation of the Mount Royal Conservatory at Cal- gary. She is a student nf speech aits under Mrs. Yvonne Hohin. She uon the highest mark in Ihe province in Grade 7 speech. INSURANCE LIABILITY 9 BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABIISHED 1911 Lower Floor 5. Phone 327-1541 He was admitted to lire bar in Mnnlreal. where he practised for several years. In lOG-l Mr. McGurk was admitted to Hie Law Society of Alberta. First In Rink TABliR (IINS) Curlers from southern Alberta will be introduced to the dislrict's new- est curling rink anc! club lounge Ocl. 1C through IB, when the Taber Curling Club presents its first annual open bonspiel in new quarters. Entries will be received at per rink by club secretary Wayne Taylor. Tire eight sheets of ice will accommodate some 128 rinks for the four event 'spiel, Prize money of will be distri- buted to the winners. Heads Nurses TABER (HNS) Mrs. Linda Frilz was named president of the Taber Chapter, Alberta As- sociation of Registered Nurses, for the 1970-71 term recently. Other executive officers are Mrs. Mary Wilson vice-presi- dent, Mrs. Johanna Bergen secretary, and Mrs. Pat Sassa treasurer. The Chapler awarded its nursing bursary lo Cheryl Dar- lene McKay who has entered the St. Michael's Hospital school of nursing in Leth- bridge. Check Grants TABER (IINS) Portions of [0 townships in the VauxbaH and Enchant areas of the MD of Taber are Lo be checked 'or eligibility lo receive grants under Section 3 of the Prairie Farm Assistance Act. Grants are made available annually by Canada Agriculture to areas of at least 18 sections j township where the aver- age crop yield is under eight )ushels per acre. The request for inspection by Department personnel covers areas in the specified areas leverely damaged by hail this summer, for which application vas authorized at the M Council meeting Monday. In other business concer] ng land the council authorize y bylaw the sale of some 50 acres in Sections 24 and 2; 0-17-4 of the Town of Tabe use as a sewage disposa rea. Let's Get Things Straight Front Wheels out of Alignment Cost You Money and Takes the Pleasure out of Driving. NOW IS THE TIME TO GET IT STRAIGHT! Regular Value WH ALIGNMENT TORSHIN BAR ADJUSTMENT 3.50 EXTRA FIREStoNE RIDING SYSTEM SERVICE is tne specialized tare 61 yd'ur entire riding system to keep ybur cflr safe to drive. and get full life from your lires IF your car hasn't been aligned within the last 6 months, it probably needs this service now. Our mechanics correct Camber, Caster and Toe-in to original equip- ment specifications, using the most modern equipment. RUBBER Company of Canada Limited Wins Training Scholarship P1NCJIEK CHEEK (Special) Itusscll M. Robb, son o[ Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Itoljb, on.e nf 47G Canadian youllis awarded a Regular Officer Training Plan scholarship lo attend Canadian Military Col- leges in University degree pro- grams. The actual selection by Colleges of freshman Cadets was made from a total of ap- proximately 2.650 young men who applied from across Can- ada. Cadet Robb will undertake academic studies in univ.ersity that will lead to degrees in cither engineering, sciences, or arts. Tuition, board and room, medical and dental, uni- forms plus a monthly salary is provided by the plan. The Regular Officer Train- ing Plan is sponsored by tfc Canadian Armed Forces to en- sure a steady supply of highly professional qualified officers are available to take up Can- ida's military responsibilities as career officers. In other Pincher Creel; news, :he Regional Parks and Rec- reation Board has announced ,haf after the first of October, I mil offer programs again in .he school gymnasiums. So planning for fall, winter and spring programs can be nade, it is asked that the rec- reation office be contacted and dales and times may be ar- ranged. CWL Meets NEW DAYTON (HNS) latholic Women's League met .t the home of Mrs. Forest Jreeno for its September meet- Mne members were in at- endance. The recreation office will co- operate with the school boards in assigning Ihe school, as last year the use was not distri- buted evenly. The new executive for the Kinetics for the term of 1970- 71 uill see Mrs. Orina Bigford as president. Retiring presi- dent Mrs. Irene Iliga present- ed Mrs. Bigford will] her presi- dent's pin. Others on the executive arc vice-president, Mrs. Judy Lar- son; past-president, Mrs. Irene Higa; secretary, Mrs. Mary Cote; treasurer, Mrs. Helen Brown; Bulletin editor. Mrs. Bonnie Price; membership, Mrs. Sharon Davis and direc- tors, Mrs, Ann Sorcnsen and Mrs. Pauline Zukiwsky. Summaries of the past year's activities were given. The Ehopperama draw was set for October 3 at 5 p.m. in the op Food Centre. The spree it-1 self will be held October 8 at I 10 a.m. Past President Mrs. Higa! presented attendance pins to Mrs. Judy Larson. Mrs. Helen Brown. Mrs. Nova McCollister, Mrs. Sharon Davis and Mrs. Bonnie Price. The Foothills Protective As- sociation, made up of a large group of farmers and ranchers expect to have 5.000 ''No Tres- passing" signs posted through- out the municipality during the next few weeks. Many areas have suffered losses by careless game hunt- ers in the past. The signs are sucli that they point that writ- leu permission m a y be given by the landowner for a speci- fied period of time to enter cer- tain parcels of land. Al a recent meeting of Alex- andra Rebckah Lodge mem- bers decided lo invite the Odd- fellows for a social evening, to be held Tuesday, September 22. Mrs. Kay Carlson, DDP from Stavely, and members of her installing team allendcd for Ihe purpose of installing Mrs. Faye Reed as recording secre- tary. Tiro dclegalcs were appoint-1 ed lo attend lire District 14 A meeting at the Slavcly Com- munily Hall, Wednesday, Oclo- ber 14 at 8 p.m. All members are welcome lo (tflend. A bake sale was set lor Sat- urday, October 17 in the of Amos Insurance. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 CIVIC LAWN BOWLING CLUB ANNUAL MEETING IN THE CLUB ROOMS ON MONDAY, SEPT. 21st-7.30 p.m. PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE LAWN BOWLERS PLEASE ATTEND. SHOE REPAIRS BEST FAST CHEAP SHOt HOSPITAL 331 lllh Street Soulh SALEMAN REQUIRED We are presently expanding our sales force and REQUIRE A MOBILE HOME SALESMAN Must be bondable. Experience preferred but noi necessary, Highest commissions. Reply in confidence le Box 87, Lefhbridge Herald Common sense people wear HARDLITE LENSES The Common Seme Lens In some localities hard resin protective tenses are Law! Why! They're shatterproof. They're only half the waight of ordinary tensM. They're hacked by a warranty against eye They're available in YOUR prescription So who needs a law? Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Prescription Sunglasses Magnified Repairs Children'i Framti Reason a bit Pricei OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308 7th, ST S. LETHBRIOGE Phone 327-3603 where there's a special need, there) Motorways. We specialize. In a lot of things. We have people who are specialists on trans- portation problems. And special equipment from heated or refrigerated trailers to dry vans, meat-trailers, and livestock trailers to special facilities for loading. We specialize. If you has a lot more going for you!