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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta NOBLEFORD i SPECIAL) Pictured is the mosl recent Point of Interesl sign, erecle-d wesl of Noblefcrd on High- way 23. The sign honors ihe pioneers in good Farming practices. To honor Griffiths FOREMOST rSpetJali Tlic I Ear, its C.-.uses and Care" Hoping Womens' Intitule met! Liie agr-.alturc committee, Mrs. Mary Dixson reported on Ihe at the Iioine of Mis. Mary J- Dixson with Mrs. E Craddock of Lethbridgt as hofcss. Visit- ors present were M_- M. Car- rels of Lethbridge, Mrs. Bill- ingsly of Hillview, Mrs. Mary Kambeilz and Mrs. Gladys Wil- son of Foremost and Mrs. Elsie Dotvd of lied Deer. The health report given by Mrs. Dora 'man and the topic was "Ringing in the CWL meet MILK The Milk River HIC-L in SL Peter's Parish Hall nil day evening, Scpl. 15, will] women a n (1 licv. Sclnisler prescnl. An invitation [ruir Ihe Kin- elle Club of Milk River was read ijiviling Ihe lo a get acquainted lea is :ic Meld In Uie Catholic base- menl on ...inp, Ocl. 7, from seven lo nui- pose ol the lea is wel come and introduce look for the Livestock In- dustry." The Hoping Womens' Insti- tute will cater lo the open house to be held ai Ihe Hoping Hall on Wednesday Oct. 20, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jack Griffiths of Aden who will be celebrating their wedding anniversary on that day. Plans for the tall raffle and annual Halloween masquerade dance lo be held ft the Hoping Hall Oct. 29, were discussed. Roll call was answered by an exchange of jam; and jellies and recipes for the W.I. cook- book. Mrs. Grace Dixson won the j tea prize. Next meeting will be held Oct H at Uie home of Mrs. Grate Dixson. Kniehts donate Wednesday. Senlember 22, 1971 THE IETHER1DGE HERALD 3 COI..EMAN (CNP Bureau) St. Joseph Ihc Worker Council Knighls of Columhus at ils first meeting of the season agreed (o donate la UK Pass Pool P r o j c c t Committee. Tlic Knights have' already raised nearly for Ilic pool fund through a car draw and bingo night held last year. District deputy Mori McNeil addressed the meeting and plans for insiallalion of Hie new officers were discussed. T h e event will be held at a Sunday morning late mass and a com- Unemployment is issue in election Ixjcly, from old-age pensioners to teen-agers The Tories held 63 seals in the ]17-seat legislature when (he in Lh7 campaign" for the election was called. The Liber- 21 Ontario c 1 ec li o n I als held 27, the NDP 21 and there was one independent. Both the By C1IAIG ASPINALL. TORONTO (CP) Premier William Davis played a wait- anri-sec game last week as his riva] Oct. slammed his government on the issues of unemployment and the munion breakfast will follow. The Crt'L, will be coniacleu with regard to serving. Place and time of Ihe installation lu 1t held in October is being ai ranged. Approval was given that Ihe local council underwrite the pense ot local ladies who at- tend a catechismai- One is to it held in f'ort Macleod in the near tulure. The memorial service held by Die Knights will be held on Nov. 21. It was suggested that the Knights look into holuing an annual celebration in the Pass on the First Monday in August which is usually a civic hoiiuay. The matter will brought up next spring. UCW reminded Liberals and NDP j r made gains in the !967 oi COlllUClltC high cost o[ living. I ihi-ral 1 Milf-r Robert Nix-1 the fll'st 5'car thc Libeidl U-atici Houcii 1N1X Toly True Signs ot 3lln. the Liberals now are seen as lacking the intensity of the sort needed to attract votes The NDP is confident under on's campaign came unglued for a time when he erupted with a charge of news-media bias, but that and a tough statement suggesting a minted form of price controls helped tone down'11CW Uie shadow-man image he's trying to beat. youthful leadership and the fact lhat in sis of the eight provincial elections held in Can- i ada during the last two years, Stephen Lews, leader incumbent party was New Democratic Party, came on strong on his party's tradi- tional bread-and-butter issues, and managed to get a mention in Commons debate because a dumped. Of those, Manitoba and Saskatchewan ivent NDP Premier Davis, who has lim- ited his public speeches to 10 minutes of generalities, says he won't be making any promises during campaign, which woman reporter was barred from an impromptu news con- ference held in a sauna b-alh. apfnf formaliy m' Belleville on Allhongh the campaign itself] Tuesday, was off and running Monday I with the announcement of an STRESSES LEADERSHIP Hit hs has said the govern- election dale, Mr. Davis lowed the precedent set by his menl ,vju "major Two awards MILK RIVER (HNS) Miss Cheryl Welsh, daughlcr of Mr.; new j and "Mrs. Ken Welsh of Milk; ladies who have moved into ihe j River has been awarded the' ommunily during the past Alberta Wheat Pool Award for forerunners during 23 years of' announcements" lo make along unbroken Progressive Conscrva-! way. when announcing the live rule and lay low most of election date, be said the main the week. jssue would be leadership. As Lhe campaign entered its i His only comments of note second week, the political pun- have been lo blast his opponents dits had Mr. Davis well oul in! for making promises worth front of his opponents with Lhe: hundreds of millions of dollars Liberals engaged in a desperale which could only be obtained battle to retain their position as through heavy lax increases. He the official opposition. LEFT A LEGACY year. The dale for Ihe CWL fall ics sludenls and also the Board supper was set lor nday af- of Governors Award for house-: tei'noon, November I bold economics. Miss Welsh is1 After a lengthy 35011- a second year student al the da a lunch was scrveei the University of Alberla in Ed- hotlesscs Ima ChaMV Mary nionlon and is majoring in fab- Ellerl and Jean ric and design. I used phrases like "spending spree" and "auctioning off the economy" in describing his op- The premier's strength was poncnls' proposals. second year household econom- due partly to the legacy of His latest comment, in a radio power left by his predecessors interview broadcast Sunday and partly to the blizzard of leg- night, was that Ontario is the COALDALI5 (HNS) The firsl fall meeling of Ihe Eva Greer United Church Women was held recently with presi- denl Mrs. Eugene Grcgurash presiding. ftineleen members answered the roll-call to "How I spent my Summer Holidays." Rev. and Mrs. Albert Baldeo and family and Rev and Mrs. C. H. Parkes were thc guests of honor. They received a hearty out- come. Rev. Baldeo and Rev. Parkes in response gave a brief talk. Mrs. Ed Richards chose prayer as the topic for her do- volional talk. Mrs. Les Handky was in charge of the sludybook ad- dress IL was from Chapter (i based on the opencss for thc future and the enemies of fu- ture growth. Members were reminded of the regional conference Ocl. 29 31, to be held in Banff. A letter from Lan Hong Ming, Uie group's foster son in Korea was read. Refreshments were served by hostesses Mrs. Ed Richards and Mrs. Ivan Mvers. TABER POLLUTION CONTROL Good progress Is noted in Ihe developmenl of pollution control programs at Ihe Taber sugar factory. Following the harvcsl ot a har- luy crop on farm land norlh of the planl, Ancca Conslruction of Lclhbridgc has excava- ted a 10 acre slorage reservoir inlo which waste carbonolod lime will bo deposiled. Formerly disposed lo the Oldman River, this inert wasle filled a three acre pond Icisl year. New work at ihe factory in 1971 included ihe erection ot a screen hou-se adjoin- ing the planl in which eighl large vibralinq screens will remove solid panicles from wasic water going lo Ihe river, said lo be responsible for Ihe reduction of oxygen in Ihe liver. tune again COALDALE (IJNS) It's spring lime in (lie Coaldnlc dis- trict again. Hard lc ht'liovc? Maybe so. An unusual phenomenon was seen Sunday. Sept. 19. h> Mr. and Mrs. Richard Veldkamp on their farm about eight miles I north east ol Coaldale Mrs. i Veldkamp there were scv-j hcuulitii] blossoms on one. of Ihe branches on Ihc crabapple tree growing west of Lhe j She planned to pick the flowers j because frost was forecast. Thc tree has yielded heavily in Ihc pasi. but this year only had three apples on :i. By acclamation STIRLING town council given office by acclam- Repair arena islation introduced after he sue- keystone of the Canadian econ- ceedcd retired premier John omy and that only his leader-: ation arc Clifford Hirschc, Car- Roberts in March. The J31 bills ship can provide Lhe men Conrad and Robert Per- inLroduced by Lhe ''New Wave" balanced policies needed to Tories had something for every-i meeL Lhat responsibility. (CNP Bin-caul A n'cu of workmen arc com- pleting ft new roofing job on Uie Blainnorc arena in preparation for the coming season. Some repair is being done on the interior of Ihr arena, lo the waiting rooms and other areas. retl. This will be Mr. PcrrcLL's I first term of office. POPULATION Suffolk County in New York has a population of MOSCOW (APJ On their second try. U.S. stale dcparl-! officials have managed lo gcL a batch i-f American sirloin steaks into Ihe Soviet Union for bandleader Duke Ellington. A dozen I hick, red slcak.s were waiting in Minsk Mon- day when Islington and his orchestra reached there on the second slop of their five- city concert lour of Lhe Ecvict Union. A U.S. diplomat said the meal was brought in on Lhe stale department's initiative: "Duke is very fond of Now York steaks. He has always eaten iliem. He likes them." Me added IhaL Ellington had not asked for them, nor had lie given any indication he was dissatisfied the So- viet food he was served dur- ing hi? week-long stay in Len- ingrad. Reached by telephone in Minsk, Ellington said he had no complaints about the cuis- ine. "I also like he said, jokingly. On openirp nirlil Mon- day, Islington igiiiied an ex- piation of enthusiasm wiih a musical program balancing hard-driving suing numbers with mriro-scnhi.'ilici'ilod com- positions .such as liis Harlem suite. Feonlf frnm Ihe li-irk rmvs and Ihr balcfiiy I'm apron of the Magc screanimc for mere afler the curUiin Induction. Sunday evening COALDAL1-; (HNS) The Anno Campbell Singers of Lelli- bridge will be the guest sing- ers in the induction service for Rev. Albert Baldeo to be held ai p.m. Sunday, Sept, '2tj, in the Cnaldale. United Church. In a previous item il was staled the vocalists would perform during the 11 a.m. worship service on Sunday, Sept. 26. REVELSTOKE SPECIAL VALUES FOR THE HOME, FARM and RANCH 210-lb. Triple Butr "i Asphalt 5 colors to choose from. While existing slocks Insf. H HE )UU 3 bundles per square ref Per bundle ttj? 1" CONSTRUCTION GRADE ROUGH SPRUCE BOARDS All 8' long (SOLD IN BUNDLE LOTS ONLY) 6'' wide Per bundle of 1000' 8" wide Per bundle of 1000' 10'' wide Per bundle of 1000' 2x6 and 2x8' Rough Construction Spruce R.I. Per M board fool REVY PAINT SPECIALS! Olympic Stains While existing slocks last. Regular 9.95 Gallon. NOW ONLY REVY EXTERIOR UNDERCOAT ONE COAT Quarts, NOW 1.39 Gallons, NOW REVY BARN PAINT Quarls, NOW 6.39 Gallons, NOW Bright Red Gallons, SPECIAL 195 Dark Gallons, SPECIAL Red fELSTOKE 'QUALITY SPECIAL SAVINGS ON CARPET REMNANTS Over 100 rolls of assorted colors and sizes. One sure to suit your needs. Up to 12.95 values. Special just........................ sq. yd. CHARGEX 1500 BUSHEL ROUND PLYWOOD GRAIN BINS Painted and Delivered to your location. Special ROYAL COACHMAN NYLON new generation 'Cadon' nylon lhal soils less, cleans bet- ler, has less static F e a lu res top pcr- foi mance and wear- abiltiy. Special- O.9S Carpet Only SK Sq. Yd. W Installed wiih life Elr Cushion 12 COMMANDER CUSHIONED TRI-TONE NYLON A. Do il your self carpel Easily instal- led in your rumpus room, bediOom, bath or kitchen. Test (his high performance, hard wearing cnr- D PROPYLON SEMI SHAG Features easy cleaning, long life wear-ability Aft and top performance. only sq, yd. Installed with lifttirrc underlay.................. 11.94 sq. yard See also Revy's wide selection of unadvertised savings. Slings, Prinls, Hard I wist and Sculpturer floor coverings. 8'xl6'-595 BUSHEL SQUARE FEEDER