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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THI ISTHBRIDGE HERMD Thursday, SB, 1971 NDP candidate NATAL (HNS) Peter Mak- sylewich, 55, is the federal can- didate for the New Democratic Party in the Okanagan-Koote- nay. He lives In the Deep Creel! area between Er.derby and Sal- mon Arm and owns and man- ages a four-plex in Enderby. Need licence NATAL (HNS) The Fish and Wildlife Branch has an- nounced that under the Wildlife Act a licence is now required by all persons to carry fire- arms within tho Province ol British Columbia. Tops al darts NATAL (HNS) In a title series held In Calgary recently, four men from Sparwood and Femie areas teamed up to de- feat dart players from across western Canada. They were team captain Wayne Tessman, John Kelley. Keith Bracewell and Cliff Cor- rigan. 'Baby band' GIIANUM (HNS) A "baby band" for preschoolers has been formed here by a group of mothers. Registration for three to five- year-olds will take place from td to 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 28, in the United Church Hall. Fees arc for registration and ?2 per month for each child. Regular classes mil star Oct. 3 and will be held every Tuesday and Thursday morn ing from 10 to 11 o'clock. Mrs. D. Nelson and Mrs. Barnes will teach crafts, sing ing, games and coloring. Site for store COALDALE (HNS) Th wn has sold a parcel of Ian the Alberta Liquor Contrc card. It is for a liquor store. The land is the former Ec< omy Corner property whic he town purchased earlier. The property was sold to th lor Retaining wall COALDALE (HNS) Elev .ons in relation to the sici valk, in house construction, h een a matter of concern f Council. The town bylaw states tl Icvation should he between nches and the maximum of inches. If over 18 inches a I :aining wall must be built. 'honnal plant Hilton's goal SPARWOOD (HNS) Pos- bio approaches By Fernie and istrict Board of Trade to pre- Dave Barrett, about he location of a coal-fired pow- r plant in this area, was dis ussed at Fernie. President Jack llinton said e is aware Mr. Barrett hac icntioned a power plant foi lis are during the recen lection campaign. It's said the "that we obtain addi ional industry in this area am thermal plant is one which vould not only create employ rnent, but also would help sta bilize our existing coal mining ndustry." Speaking about a fherma plant here, Mr. Barrett had said he was against construe lion of the Kootenay and El Railway because it could ex elude construction here of thermal plant. Mr. Barrett was quoted this way: "I want a feasibility study done on this matter. I have been told by an engineer that of this waste Coal will produce worth of electric- ity." A thermal plant near Eureka was mooted last year, with the Kootenay and Elk Railway as a necessary to its con- struction. With the NDP party firmly against the railway, the board of trade, although realiz- ing that the K and E still may go th rough, wants to keep the new government on its toes about the thermal plant. SPECIAL BULK PURCHASE SUPER SAVINGS lOOcc MOTORCYCLES SL100 MQTO-SPORT CL100 SCRAMBLER IHi h.p. 70 m.p.h. top speed. Reg. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE Monday. Open Daily a.m. la p.m. ond Friday a.m. lo 9 p.m. Hillsview Wl wins tray WARNER (HNS) The an- nual meeting of the Warner WI Constituency was held at the home of Mrs. M. Ilerbst. Twenty members represent- ng Hillsview, Old Chief and Varner institutes were on land. The purpose of- these repre- sentative meetings is to plan and discuss the budget. Mrs. F. Dangerfteld of Coutts, constituency convener, was in charge of the morning session. Secretary for the day was Mrs. C. Taylor of Aden. Mrs. Dangerfield- gave her fi nancial report. The budget was discussed and it was that each branch will moved be re- sponsible to raise for the constituency fund. District 4 conference will be held at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel from March 19 to 21, 1973, with Mrs. G. Habnerfield, Lang- Here are ihe ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ l_b; 3-o; down; III 1-b; 2-d; 3-aj 5-9......... 1-c; 2-d; 3-a; 4-8) 5-b......... Happy Oldtimers meet Oct. 4 PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The Happy Oldtimers Club me recently in the Picture Butt Library'- Regular meetings are he' the third Wednesday of eac month. Little progress has bee made in endeavoring to obta a suitable building for the drop in centre. In order that this enthusia tic group, numbering 60, mig not change from "Happy" "Unhappy" it was decided hold a social meeting the firs Wednesday of each month, Ix ginning Oct. 4 at p.m. A speedy recovery is wishe sick member Maudie Foster. Take a Closer Look! Look at our Business Stationery it is your show window to the busi- ness world! let The Herald's Printing Division show you how lo give your firm a new look with mcdern, smartly designed office stationery. We are Prinlert of B MrorhcpcU EiWelopel Statement Invoices Cheques ledger Cords NCR Forms O One.Tima Caibon Forms Business Cards For Estimate! and Service, Call The lethbridge Herald Printing and Lithography Division PHONE 327-3203 or 326-4411 m presiding. The branches !n embroidered article In the .....over 70" class, Mrs. E. Hutch- inson, Warner. UNDER 35 CLASS Old Cliief special for pickles Mrs. R. Hulit, e Warner constituency will ost the conference. Alter lunch, Mrs. N. ArcH- ald, Coutts, fair convener, pre- ded. The fair list and judges re- aarks were discussed. There as a total of 296 entries, up bout 50 from 1971. Winner of the tray was the Msview WI w i t h 150 entries and 481 points. Warner WI 101 entries, 394 Mints; Old Chief WI 45 en- ries, 218 points. Mrs. M. Herbst, Warner, was ie winner of the spoon, with le most individual points, 100. Total flower points was won yy Mrs. R. Leavitt, Old Chief. PECIAL PIIIZES From Batons for patchwork luilt Mrs. R. Leavitt, Old Chief. From Simpsons for applique quilt Miss Pauline Troidl, Varner. Woolworth's on 'crib quilt Mrs. H, Luider, Old Chief. Constituency special on open class quilts Mrs. R. Leavitt, Old Chief. Constituency special for wom- en's afternoon dress Mrs. M. Herbst, Warner. Warner special on play togs, Mrs. F. Dangerfield, Hillsview. Old Cliief special on pant suit M. Herbst, Warner. Old Chief special on needle- point Mrs. R. Linder, Old Chief. Constituency special on huck- weaving Mrs. E. Hulchinson, Warner. Warner special on crewel em- A. Waters, Ilills- view. Hills view special on Vquid embroidery Mrs. A. Waters, Hillsview. Constituency special on rugs A. Stromsmoe, Warner. Constituency special on an and relish Hillsview. Constituency special on liquid embroidery Mrs. N. King, Hillsview. BAKING Hillsview special on white bread Mrs. D. Bianchi, Hills- view. Hillsview special on cinna- mon buns Mrs. K. Danger- field, Hillsview. Constituency special on Chif- fon cake Mrs. R. Hulit, Hills- view. Constituency special on Angel cake Mrs. A. Waters, Hills- view. Ellison's special on c a k douglinuts Mrs. M, Herbst, Warner. Warner special on jelly roll- Mrs. A. Waters, Hillsview. enrolled in three schools COALDALE (HNS) A total of students and pupils are enrolled in the three public schools here for the 1972-73 term. Instructing are 60 teachers. There were four new leach- Ing appointments; Mrs. Jean Low, Mrs. Margann Weir, Dick Humphreys and Mrs. Marianne McLaughlin. Mrs. McLaughlin Is teaching __ ___________ Kate Andrews High School] home _ economics, replacing has an enrolment of 408 stu- dents with a teaching staff of 25. Harold Himtrods is principal. In Grade 10 there are 164 students; Grade 11, 136; and Grade 12, 108. Water, sewer okayed By MAKY TYMBURSKI Herald News Service Petition tossed out at Stirling STIRLING (HNS) A peti- tion from ratepayers, concern- ing water use, was rejected by village council at its last meet- ing. Sixty-three ratepayers signed the petition to council to sup- port the existing bylaw that water-sewer services be not ex- tended outside the village. These ratepayers would like 3. meeting whereby full infor- mation of the pros and cons of the subject can be presented and voted upon. They feel this issue Is too large to be decided by council. However, by a vote of two-to- one, council decided to not ac- cept the petition. New 26" color consoles from Panasonic give you the movie-screen look! Here's the biggest color TV Panasonic has ever made...with a picture so big, so bright, so crisp, so steady, so true-to-life, i you'd think it was a movie screen! The secret is in the sensational Fana-Matrix tube. Every color spot is surrounded by black for maximum contrast, maximum col or purity. Panalock AFT and Self-Set Color give instant color tuning. In two models: Mediterranean-style Seneca CT-262C (shown) in dark oak veneers, and the contemporary Brant CT-260C, in walnut veneers. When Ben Hur and Cleopatra come into your dorft want them to act off color. want everyone you watch, to show their true colors.That's why all these new Panasonic color TVs hive two tuning systems, One is called Panalock AFT. A single touch tunes the set lo the best possible picture. No more fiddling adjustments when you switch channels. The other bullon is a Panasonic exclusive called Self-Set Color. A touch on the SSC button automatically adjusts color and tint to built-in factory standards. No more struggles with color and tint though they're there if you want to use them. Every Panasonic color TV has something special going for it. Read about some of thcni here...then visit your Panasonic dealer. He can show you Panasonic color in diagonal screen sizes from 13" to The Amaiwlale-a compact beauty with great performance. Small as it is, this diagonal Pana-Color TV has everything that males the Panasonic color picture so great. Slide-lever controls, Panalock AFT aad Self-Set Color. It's styled to suit any decor. A great second set! The CT-606C. (nrm lo in picture. Unique engineering from 20 diagonal screen unit swivels on its control base, so the screen can i'ace you wherever you're sitting. Easy-to-use slide Panaloclc .AFT and Cnlot Tie franklin CT-394C, The Eist Himpton-linmy In to. Not many 19" diagonal color TVs have so many quality features. Walnut cabinet, slide-lever controls, illuminated channel indicator, and of course Panalock AFT and Self-Set Color.The Easl Hampton CT-98DC Just Rightly ahead el our II COALDALE Residents sit- uated north of the railway tracks here will receive wa- ter and sewer services. The decision was made at a recent council meeting. Councillor Peter Letkemann made the motion. It was sup- ported by five councillors and opposed by two. Councillor Letkemar.n wants "to proceed with the -water and sewer installations to the north side as soon as possible and to complete them in 1973." There have been many dis- cussions at council table and with the north side residents for these services. The main factor for the delay was the cost. The estimated frontage levy Is expected to be about per frontage foot to be paid annually for the next 20 years. Some land-owners have large properties. Council has been concerned about the heavy fi- nancial burden this would cre- ate. The majority of residents still wanted the services. The town plans to borrow about for the project. It is to be repaid over the next 20 years from money derived from the frontage levy against the land-owners in the north side area. Only a small portion, for large main line connecting the to the remaining sys- tem, will be coming from the water and sewer fund, it was said. Advertisements carried In local newspapers, brought out per cent of the owners of the assessed land value as opposed. Total assessment Is opposed amounted to A total of six property- owners stated their disfavor. There are about 60 in the north side area. Three representatives from Marathon Realty, real estate agents for the Canadian Pacific Railway, were present at the meeting lo request council to give special consideration to Marathon which they said was allowed in the municipal act. The firm has about one-half a mile of land with front fool- age abutting on the 18th Ave. where the water and sewer lines will be installed. Miss Emily Stringham: She re- tired at the end of last term. Students from Kate Andrews, U. I. Baker and the St. Jo- seph's junior high students take industrial arts and home economics at KAHS. Dick Humphreys comes to KAHS from R. I Baker where he has taught for a number of years. He is well known as director of the girls chorus group, the Happy Wanderers, of Baker which has won top placing In the Lethbridge and District Kiwanis Music Festi- The E. I. Baker School boasts an enrolment of 443 pupils. Of this total 329 are in junior high and 154 in the ele- mentary grades. There are 22 beginners.. James Parks Is the principal. Teaching staff numbers 22; three are new members: Miss Elaine Murray, Grac'e