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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 _ THE UTHBR1DGE HESAIO Wednsiday, September 17, 1971 needed for ice plant liy 1'AVl. CHALA Herald News Service (lie recent meet- ing of the District of Spanvood council, Ego" Tenstcldt c! e s I e r n Design Associates limited, con stmction supervi- sor for the Spanvood rec- reation complex, reported that about is needed for the ice plant at tlic complex. Complete installation of tlie artificial ice system will re- quire about 9fl days from the day the plant is ordered. There is about to 000 more in the fund than will be required to build the phase one part of the building. There is also some money left In the Kaiser Resources commitment to pay one-third of the cost of the project up to the limit they set when they made the offer. If the could be raised in the community, the surplus from the construction aspect, along with the Kaiser Re- sources grant, would make the operating ice plant a possibil- ity early in the new year. Mr. Tensfeldt, along with Aid. Anthony DeLuca, reported on a recent meeting with the oilice of the provincial lire marshall In which the plans ol the building were discussed am an approval of modified plans were received from that office A meeting with the lire mar- shatl's representative resulted 11 reducing the additional cost o about and tiie restora- ;ioti of the full function of the centre building. The cost ol the additional 000 lias sparked a controversy aeUveen council and the con- tractor, Vanir Building Sales, which could go to arbitration for settlement. Mr. Tensfeldt reviewed the positions of both the contrae: tor and council. Council decided to consult its lawyer to discuss the possibility of letting the matter go to arbitration. Mr. Tensfeldt estimated there is about one month o'. twk remaining on tlie corn- ilex for completion of the first .iriasn without an operating ice riant. Enjoy games CARMANGAY (HNS5 Members of the Little Bow Community Club met in the recreation room and enjoyed games, bingo and visiting. Mrs. H. Gullickson, recre- ation co-ordinator, was in a Lethbriclge hospital and was unable to be present for either meeting. Set for CARS I NATAL (HTS) Mrs. Betty Diifour, campaign chairman for the fund-raising drive for the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society at Spar- wood, reports all canvassers have been organized and the annual canvass will be under way throughout the district soon. The fund drive is expected to end in the early part of Octo- ber. Persons have not been canvassed by the end of the month and who wisli to make a contribution to the valuable work of this society are being asked to call Mrs. Barbara Taplin, chairman in the Elk- ford area, or Mrs. Dufour. Win scholarships NATAL (HNS) Kaiser Re- sources Limited recently an- nounced the winners of their two scholarships, Robert Parry of Sparwood sou ol Mi-, and Sirs. Glen Parry, who is to attend the Uni vcrsity of Calgary, and Mis Debbie Bryant of Ferule, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Rich- ard (Dick) Bryant, who is to attend the British Columbia In- stitute ol Technology at Burna- by, were winners. Dance tonight GRANUM (HNS) The September meeting of the Rec- reattes was held recently in the home economics room of the Alex MacGregor School with 13 members in attendance. The club will hold a mas- querade dance at the commu- nity hall tonight. Tickets will be available from Mrs. K. De- Maere. It was held iu the United Church. She read an article on "We are the indicating should try her best to light tha way of fellow members when- ever needed. The decision was made have the annual congregation- al supper Friday, Nov. 3, hi tha Coaldale United Church Hall. It is hoped the church calendars Gladys Gordon was In charge iwjil arrive in lime to be on ,1s at the recent at (he su' Plans were made to purchase paint for the skating rink fence. A painting bee will be held at a ater dale. The club will make a dona- tion to the "baby band." The next meeting will be Ocl. Supper Nov. 3 COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. of the devotiona1 meeting ol the Eva Greer Uni- ted Church Women. Most speak English in Kooteiiays JUMBO PACK OF FLYING DISCS What a treotl A Marsh mallow biscuit cov- ered with rich chocolate. 20 individually wrapped in each package. pkg. tongues. The mother person first learned PATTERKRISP! CADBURY'S WHITE HEATHER Crispy triongles covered with chocolate. Mode by Jenny Lind. A family favourite, by Rowrt- freest Chocolate with candy coat- popular treat i By lowney'sl Th for any occasion 1% Ib. bag Aswrted nnd hard centres Chocolate tooted. DELICIOUS FUDGE A tasty treat for the sweet tooth in your family. Vanillo or Choc- olate. .68 McCORMICK'S PEANUT BRITTLE A Peanutly treal for nibblers of agesl Stock up while the price 1i lowl 57 CHOCOLATE CHERRIES 4 onlyl Choose from 6 varieties of your favounla treats ol a popular price! Your choice 2 boxet Dellcloui WarojchEno Cherrlei dipped in Chocolate, By Morrs. 1.99 NATAL (HNS) The Eas Kootenay ranta 14th among B.C.'s 29 census areas as far a population goes, according t an advance bulletin released b; Statistics Canada. English is the mother longu of residents, the major ity East Kootenay citizens There are 755 with French a their mother tongue, Ge mans, 185 Indians or Eskimo Italians, 180 Dutch, 21 Poles, 340 Ukrainians and who gave other tongues as the original language. Provincially, there are 250 English, French, 89 020 German, Indian an Eskimo, Italians, Dutch, Poles, Ukrainians and with oth- er languages as t h e i r mother ATA local completes its slate FOREMOST (Special) A recent meeting ol Alberta Tea- chers local 12 held at Foremost School completed its slate of officers for the 1972- 73 term. The final meeting of 1972 had ected Maurice Levesuue of lanyberries to serve as presi- ent, with Allen Eng of Con- uerville vice president. Joe Cross of Foremost was lected as professional develop- ment chairman, and Vel Hains- as secretary-treasurer. Bob Bruins of St. Michaels School Bow Island, and Joe 'rekofski of Foremost were elected at the recent meeting o serve as Regional Economic 'olicy Committee represents ives In the next round of sal ary negotiations. Dennis Roth of St. Michaels will represent the local at th next annual representative as _. ipper. A "Night in India" will ba presented by Rev. Albert Baldeo Sunday, Oct. 22. Rev. Baldeo will report on his re- cent trip to India and will show slides. Letters were received from the group's foster son In Hong Kong. He thanked the members for their continued interest. also reported on lu's progress in school. tongue con- cept refers to the language the lood and still understands. In the c a s e of infants, it refers to spoken in the sembly along with tlie presi dent. Teacher representatives the county co-ordinating com mittee will be Marian Cahoon o Foremost and Marjorie Voelle of Conquerville. The educational study com mitfee representatives will be Morley Stafford and Debb Morgan of Foremost, and Do Yutsyk of Senator Gersha High School, Bow Island. Three members were eleclei to serve on the regional co vcntion planning committee. All are from Foremost School, Harlan Cahoon, Derek McNan- ey and Alfred Mathieson, Mr. MeNaney was also elect- ed to the grievance committee along with Roy Ennis of Bur- dett. Geoff Tagg was re-elected to serve a further term as local communications officer. Gyorkos., Nemeth oin staff COALDALE (HNS) The arons-Euveka Health Unit so- al services and preventive so- al services department re- ently made an announcement f two staff changes. Stephen A. Gyorkos has join- d the staff as a social work- r. Mrs. N. Clossen, social psy- hologist, resigned last April. Joe Nemeth has been appoint- d to fill the vacancy and will oin the staff Oct. 2. Swim-a-thon aids club PfNCHER CREEK (Special) The Puicher Creek Swim Club's swim-a-thon was not as successful as the one the pre- vious year but the proceeds were put to good use. Sweat suits were purchased for swim club members. The coach was Russel Robb with Margaret Williams assist- ing. Response and support from the parents was tremendous. A barbecue and swim were held to encourage swimmers to take part in the swim-a-thon. The club participated in a local meet; in eliminations for Sum- mer Games; the Games; 20 swimmers attended the provin- cials at Calgary. The club presented crystal to Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wilson. They are moving to Lethbridge. They have been ardent support ers arid workers for the club. A BIG BATCH OF MOLASSES This ton molasses storage tank being builr by Morton Steel Works. The tank 5s 50 feet in diameter and will be 48 feet high when completed-piclured in progress at 32 feel high. Jt will hold a big batch of mol- osses at Taber. Gibb Photo LOWNEYS TV PAC LICORICE ALLSORTS BLANCHED OR RING FRUIT CAKE 1 Forty 5c Chocolato Bars to A 30 07. bog of yummy licorice SPANISH PEANUTS Mode with fresh eggs ond tut- 1 munch while you wakh TV. allsorli ot thii low price for 4 tcr. Delicious flavourl 2 Ibs. 1 Assorted. rloys onlyl For parly time or snock limol 1 4 n-} 2 Ibt. of fresh, losry peanuts. 4 JQ 1 '87 VO.CHOU. .89 "CH CARAMEL CORN Popular caramel coated popcorn. Good onytimel 8-O7. Jjdg 16-oz. bag 79 m i DELUXE SANDWICH CREAMS Choose from Chocolate, Vanilla, Coconut ond assorted creams-PKG. jf PIES Great for snacks or dessertl Choose Choco- late, Devils Food or Banana. All 14-ozs. SACH B49 Because We're Woolco... Your Shopping Costs You Less! College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrarh Drive Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday ond Friday 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. MARKS BIRTHDAY Ellis King of CoutU Is 85. Friends helped him celebrate his recent birthday, enjoying a buffet lunch prepared by his Helen. Visiting were. First World War veterans Bill KimbaM of Sweetgrass, Everel Henry of Cut Bank, and Carl Moore of High River. Born at Oxford, Ohio, Sept. 15, 1887, his life was spenl in the oil fields. At Hudson Hope, B.C., he recalls, you could got dancing lessons bur hod to so 60 miles to Fort 6t. John to get a lira fixed. Hocke Photo ;