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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, September 26, 1973 EATON'S PUR It starts Thursday... See The Outstanding Selection of Beautiful Furs During Eaton's Travelling Fur Event Through WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3rd! Here are Two of the Great Values... many more! NATURAL MUSKRAT COATS Regular 425.00 priced 'way low because they are in a Q7Q.OO each O broken size range. Be sure to see them. MOUTON (DYED) COATS Regular 299.00 another great "buy" in a group imouton (dyed processed lamb) reduced OdQ 00 because of a broken size range. each Remember. Eaton's Travelling Fur Promotion is here only through Wednesday, October 3rd. Be sure to see this outstanding collection of beautiful furs. Furs, Mam Floor FOUR BIG DRESS FABRIC VALUES Pontoon Suiting You'll want a supply of this grand "pontoon" suiting at this low, low pricing. 50% polyester and 50% rayon. Crease resistant. In assorted colors. A 09 45" wide. Yard.............. I Viscose and Cotton Tartans Nice and cosy in viscose and cotton tartans. Choose from assorted tartans and colors. Fashion into shirts, blouses, skirts and other wearables. "1 .69 45" wide. Yard Cotton Corduroy Hi-low wale is cotton machine washable. Hard-wearing for school wear. In assorted colors A OQ Some 36 and 45" wide. I Plaids and Tweeds Assorted coldrs in this wool and polyester blend in plaids and tweeds. Just right to make up into uu wearables for the young miss. Yard 41" Dress Fabrics, Lower Floor Shop Eaton's Tonight Til 9 and Thursday and Friday to 9 for these outstanding Take advantage, too, of the exciting Eaton's Trans-Canada Sale Values. Use Your Eaton Account Credit Terms Available. Film actors reflect joy at Waterton By D'ARCY RICKARD Herald District Editor WATERTON I was amazed, delighted and slightly exhilarated to run into a cou- ple of very beautiful people here recently. Sitting in the New Frank's Restaurant were Lloyd Berry, 46, of Vancouver, and Linda Kupesek of Calgary. They had that look of hap- piness about them, obviously spurred by the Canadian Film Development Corporation. The look seemed to invite reporters to join them, so I did, ordering a coffee and studying a large mounted moose head directly on the wall behind Mr. Berry. This was appropriate because Mr. Berry is known tor his acting in such CBC-TV Lloyd licrry very busy vehicles as Caribou Country, Manipulators and the Beachcombers Mr. Berry seemed vaguely aware oi my presence and we chatted about the CBC and Sandy Dennis and A Cold Day in the Park and all kinds of other things about which I am mostly in the dark But 1 knew there was a story there somewhere and the moose on the wall seemed to be nodding me on with an en- couraging glance. Mr. Berry said he was in A Cold Day in the Park and it was, too, as I looked out the window and realized summer is over for another year at Waterton. A sad transition. Then, Mr. Berry said this film was made by Robert Altman and he also did McCabe and Mrs. Miller "his best show was Looking over to Miss Kupesek, we learned she had a supporting role in McCabe and Mrs. Miller. How do you ex- ist? "You get to know people who are making films and they give you a call." In fact, just last week they were fighting a prairie fire near Longview for Pioneer Woman, a Filmways produc- tion for ABC Television After the fire is out, Miss Kupesek will travel and Mr. Berry will return to Van- couver wherp he played many years ago in an incredibly bad English Melodrama entitled Room on the Third Floor Back It was his first acting job. The whole Vancouver scene is vastly improved these days, said Mr Berry, with 10 films Liniin A firefighter in the works just this past year. He expects to be very, very busy because the Canada Film Development Corpora- tion is working busily to cut down the amount of risk money producers have to get together from private sources The CBC is already talking about producing another 26 weeks of the Beachcomber for 1974 and this would be filmed next spring and summer in the Gibson's Landing area of the sound. Mr. Berry was a tugboat skipper, who knows what he'll be in thp next go- round "It was about sixth on the rating list in Canada he says. "They need good scripts, too, these are really gobbled up." Pincher Creek AUMA resolution Feedlot control urged PINCHER CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek Council has endorsed several resolutions for submission to the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association's annual convention at Jasper Park Lodge Sept. 25 to 28. The local resolutions include- Costs of detaining intox- icated persons the provincial government should institute a policy of financial assistance to communities affected by this situation. Sparwood chamber seeks new secondary industry SPARWOOD (HNS) At a recent meeting of Sparwood and District Chamber of Commerce the directors decided to approach the District of and Crows Nest Industries Ltd. of Fernie in an attempt to promote secondary industry within the area. 5 school trustees needed CLARESHOLM (HNS) Five school trustees will be elected this fall for une-vear lerms on tne Willow Creek school division board The seats are held as follows- Fort Macleod rural, subdivision one, Lloyd Barr, a rancher; Claresholm rural, subdivision three, George Whitehead, Willow Creek MD reeve, a farmer; Stavely town and rural, subdivision four, George Willis of Stavely; Claresholm town and rural, subdivision six, Art Grant, retired former secretary- treasurer of the school division, and Nanton, subdivi- sion eight, now vacant. Nominations will be accepted at the school division office here until Oct. 31. Ladies serve Mexican food NEW DAYTON (HNS) Seven members met at the home of Mrs. Cecil DePratu for the September meeting of the New Dayton United Churcn Women. Roll call in- volved articles for the Lethbridge Receiving Home. Mrs J. Ross will deliver them. Plans were made for the an- nual turkey supper to be held Oct. 28 from 2 to 5 p.m Mrs. Stewart Skeith gave some facts concerning Chris- tian participation in India. Mrs. Cecil DePratu showed slides and told about her trip to Masatlan, Mexico, last winter. She displayed souvenirs and articles she brought back. She served a luncheon prepared with recipes of that country, a Mexican hash and a bread pudding. In October the group will meet at the home of Mrs Elton The meeting expressed concern about the condition of the entrances into the Sparwood district and unsight- ly scenes outside buildings and private residences The chamber will contact council in an attempt to have these areas cleaned up. Following some discussion it was decided that an attempt be made to have Sparwood dump open according to hours it is supposed to be open. Jock Myles, Sparwood post- master, reported there is no problem with the mail at Sparwood He said the problems were at Vancouver and Calgary He advised any resident having problems with their mail should contact him at Sparwuuu Post Office The next meeting of the chamber will be held at the recreation centre, August 16 at 8 p.m Crafts club workshop set COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Arts and Crafts club will commence a series of workshops on ceramics for beginners with the first sessi- on scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday in the arts and crafts room of the Coaldale and District Sportsplex At a recent meeting of the club the following officers were re-elected: Mrs. Anne Boehr, president, Mrs. Jennie Emery, secretary, Mrs. Ida Wiens, treasurer, and Mrs Susie Reimer, publicity CARS head appointed COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. Verdell Andres will serve as chairman of the Coaldale campaign committee of the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society. Mrs. Andres heads a group of volunteers from the Goodwill Club of Coaldale. It will raise funds during September for the society's attack on arthritis. "We are proud to share in the Society 'sresearch program which will enable medical scientists to conquer this said Mrs. Andres. Protection of water supplies the provincial government should enact stiffer regulations to control the operation of feed lots on creek banks so as to protect the water supply of affected communities. The other resolution per- tained to solid waste disposal the department of the environ- ment was requested to ac- tively and financially assist in locating, acquiring and developing land for refuse dis- posal systems. Regarding provincial government gar- bage disposal stations make it compulsory for those towns within the region to use the station Developmen control law hearing set TABER (HNS) A public hearing has been set for Nov 20. at the administration of- fice of the Taber MD at which ratepayers may express their views regarding the MD's pr- oposed development cnniim law It will be held from 2 to 5 p m Following first reading of the bylaw, council will now advertise the hearing and will make copies of the bylaw's provisions available for study bv those wishing to make submissions lor or against development control The bylaw would control all development in the municipality through the planning office, with the coun- cil acting as a board to hear appeals against the planning officer's actions. Reunion held in France FORT MACLEOD Mr Mrs Adolphe M Petiot and their son David, all of Fort Madeod. recently Visited Mi Pet lot's sister Mrs Marcel (Palytnere) Besnard and latniK oi Oignies Pas De France Mr Petiot and his siter never knew each other as he was only three days old when his mother died A cousin, Mrs Palymere Bonnier, who was visiting at the time in France, brought him to this country in July 1922 Women meet WARNER (HNS) The first meeting of the fall season of the Warner Women's In- stitute was held recently at the home of Miss Pauline Troidl with 15 members, three visitors and two girls' club members present Speakers lor the afternoon were Marilyn Tatem and Bar- bara Shulx, home economists ol Lelhbndge ;