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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald- District Ag society to borrow arena funds COALDALE (Staff) The Coaldale and District Agricultural Society has decided to borrow from various lending in- stitutions to finance construc- tion of the agricultural multi purpose arena now being built here Provincial department of agriculture approval and en- dorsement of the loan, pledg- ed earlier, is now being sought The ice arena was spurred by a 000 grant Costs have climbed to WOO.OOO W D Geldert, pro-tem president, explains cost ol the bleachers went from to 000 and the plumbing costs went way up Construction started last April and is expected to be completed by Nov 1 An additional 000 will be needed to put bleachers on the east side and complete the lobby area The Town of Coaldale, indebted to the Alberta Municipal Financing Corpora- tion for water and sewer construction, cannot offer much assistance The town earlier borrowed from Ottawa on the capital winter works program with 100 per cent labort costs repavment not required Mr Geldert said other money is available from the department of youth, culture and recreation in the form of Natal co-op can continue NATAL (HNS) The Elk Valley Consumer Co-op at Natal has received permission from the Regional District of East Kootenay to continue business at its present loca- tion until Dec 31 The store, purchased by RDEK in the Michel-Nata' urban renwal project, was to close this fall and relocate in a new facility at Sparwood If the new building is till not completed by .January a further extension may be gi anted grants which haven't been received yet The new arena will be used tor winter sports and winter and summer events of an agricultural and recreational nature Owners protecting property RAYMOND IHNSI Land owners around Raymond have set up an organization to be known ds Milk River Ridge Protective Association The association has been formed to give more co-operative protection to property both land and animals In the past more than one valuable animal has been shot bv hunters in fields Land ownets have found their fences cut and gates have been left open so animals could strav away Farmers have reported grain fields flattened bv vehicles or trampled bv footmen shelling the ripe crop Not all who carry a gun come in the class of un- wanted hunters There are those hunters who respect good sportsmen rules The protective organization has been formed to protect both classes Jack Kearns was elected president of the association which started off with a membership of 40 Fees are open to land owners Vice-presidents are Casey Ralph and Jack Morton W arie n D e p e w is the secretary-treasurer Director delegates Delyn Jensen Mired Jones, Ray Depew, Peter Coppieters Jr Paul Schneider. Marvin Conrad. Tosh Takaguchi and George Jessop Shaughnessy cubs hold first meeting Tuesday, September 25, 1973 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Kipp historical display to feature valley lookout An informative display will be placed at the historical lookout near Kipp next spring The display will consist of a large central panel pointing out the various features seen from the lookout, such as Oldman River and Chief Mountain There will be four smaller panels two relating the history of the chinook country and two giving the natural history of the area The story of coal mining the RCMP and the Blood Indians will be included in the history From the viewpoint there is also a magnificent view of Oldman River Valley taking in the Blood Indian reserve some ranching, farming and irrigation The aluminum panels are being made at the Provincial Museum and Archives in Ed- monton Kipp is west of the city Classes start IRON SPRINGS (HlNb) Classes are under way for another year at the Huntsville School at Iron Springs under principal James Asplund and staff members Mrs A. H Warren and Mrs J E Jorgensen There are 53 pupils the same as last year School group names head VAUXHALL (HNS) Ray Jansen has been named chairman of the Vauxhall Elementary School Council Myrna Blaney is secretary John Moore and Mr Darrell Slauenwhite explained team- teaching being conducted in Grade 5 this year Government grants for the leaching of exceptional children were discussed It is hoped that such a program can be set up here in the near future Miss O'Dwyer will be teaching those "children who have specific learning dis- abilities and will be in the Vauxhall School every Wednesdav SHAUGNESSY (HNS) The First Shaughnessy Wolf Cubs with Jim Gormley as cubmaster. had its first meeting in the Shaughnessy School auditorium recently. Fred Teyke is leader in training and Roy Teyke is ac- tivity leader Twenty boys have enrolled from Shaughnessy and Dia- mond City They are Wade Soltys Kelly and Brett Lumly Loren Stickel, Darren Kish Kevin and Brent Morns. Peter Brau, David Schan. Dennis Wade, James Featherstone, Peter Hoyle, Wade Hanna, Alfred Kerber, Michael Piro. Edwin Bodnar, D Nehr. and Brian and Wade Hornberger The cubs will be conducting a 'iag drive" soon to raise funds They seek the co- operation of residents of Shaughnessy and Diamond Citv The Lethbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area STIRLING MRS. F. B. ZAUGG ..............................756-3324 TABER ROSS GIBB ........................................223-2252 TURIN MRS. PAUL JUHAR 738-4384 TYRELL'S LAKE MRS. HOWARD HAMLING ..........................642-2263 VAUXHALL MRS R. W. POWERS 654-2369 WARNER MRS. PEARL LIEBELT...............................642-3610 SPARWOOO MRS. MOLLY LA T-KA ..............................425-6617 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising 350 sale cattle entered Night school New library PINCHER (Special) The Pincher Creek Cattle Breeders Association has set Nov 2 as the date of their "Heart of the Herd" sale of selected replacement female cattle and bulls The event will start at 1 00 p m at the Community Auc- tion Sales Yards The nomination deadline is Oct 6 To date, 350 females have been listed and more are expected Nominations are to be made to Bob Jenkins secretary, phone 627-2436 A limited number of bulls will also be accepted Consignments are open to both registered and commer- cial female cattle of all ages scheduled CLARESHOLM Eleven night school classes will be offered to adults at the Willow Creek Composite High School here Registrations will be accepted from 7 30 to 9 p m Wednesday, Sept 26, at the elementary school here A addition to the Coalhurst High School, to house the school lib- rary, nears completion by Henry Hardy Construction Ltd of Lethbndge The addition will be ready m early October YOUR FAMILY DRUG STORE In Observance of the Jewish New Year PROGRESS CLOTHING LTD. WILL BE CLOSED All Day Thursday, Sept. 27th and Friday, Sept. 28th OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 29th a.m. 112-114 5th Street S. Phone 327-2717 upo "Get your money's worth" OPERATED BY LIGGETT DRUG LIMITED More Value for Your Money METAMUCIL LAXATIVE AYDS DIET PLAN SUPERSAVER COLGATE DENTAL CREAM -w.thMpp-somi. SUPERSAVER HOUR AFTER HOUR ANTI-PERSPIRANT SUPERSAVER 97' 6 oz. Cent. REGULAR OR UNSCENTED V CK 31 -nette MULTIPLE VITAMINS witnifiOn PAK 20 FL Ql brand quality plus super values' '00 VITAMm Multiple Vitamin tablets (Ss Regular Btl. of 100 CHOCKS VITAMINS Sugg. List GERITOL LIQUID -1202 Bti -sugg u.tsaos GERITOL TABLETS PARAMETTES SYRUP -2ooZ.Bti ONE-A-DAY VITAMINS Sugg. List -R.gui.rBti onoo VITAMINS SUPERSAVER SUPERSAVER SUPERSAVER SUPERSAVER SUPERSAVER SUFCRSAVER 8.49 _i rj S omuu I PLUS VALUES EFFECTIVE UNTIL SEPT 29 SUPERSAVE AT THESE COLLEGE MALL, MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE and 20th AVENUE ;