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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Taber area farmers eligible for funds TABER (HNS) Much of the dry land crop yields in the Taber MD appear to be under the eight bushels per acre level which makes producers eligible for financial assistance under the Prairie Farm Assistance Act. Estimated crop yields provided by each municipal councillor were approved at a recent meeting of the MD council and applications for assistance have gone to the PFAA office of Canada's department of agriculture, Regina, for approval. The program involves an of- ficial inspection of the crop lands before benefits can be paid. The Taber MD is one of the few which has, to this year, opted out of the government's crop insurance hence was entitled to qualify for PFAA assistance. Commencing in 1974, the op- tion will not be continued, and all areas will fall under the crop insurance program which is designed to advan- tage farmers who suffer crop failures for a variety of causes including drought, as was the cause of poor yields this year. Herald- District Waistlines lucrative ETZIKOM (HNS) Members of the Etzikom Community Club paid five cents for each inch of waistline at a recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Mike (Alice) Ondrik. The next meeting will be held Oct. 10 at the home of Mrs. Sandy (Jessie) Davis. New wing planned LATE SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE A Selection Of HOLIDAIRE TRAILERS TRIPLE E-E-E HONEY FIBERGLAS TRAILERS with Fridge and Furnace The famous trailer for any car, including all compacts. TRAVE-L-MATE Campers for every imported truck! FOREIGN CAR (Lethbridge) Ltd. 11023rdAve.S. Phone 328-9S51 Senior officials of the Alberta Hospital Services Commission have recommended that the west wing of Pincher Creek's St. Vincent's Hospital, above, right, be replaced. At the same time, all three floors of the main east wing will be renovated. The new addition will provide the hospital with 15 extended care beds. The hospital board plans to complete the project in 1974. October clinics set PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Chinook Health Unit will conduct the following well-baby clinics in October: FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday, Oct. 2, Health Unit Office, to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednesday, Oct. 3, Health Unit Office, to a.m. and to p.m. CLARESHOLM: Thursday, Oct. 4, Elementary School, to a.m. and to p.m. LUNDBRECK: Thursday, Oct. 4, Anglican Parish Hall, to p.m. COLEMAN: Tuesday, Oct. 9, United Church Hall, to a.m. and to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednesday, Oct. 10, Health Unit Office, to a.m. and to p.m. BLAIRMORE: Thursday, Oct. 11, Health Unit Office, to a.m. and to p.m. HILLCREST: Friday, Oct. 12, Credit Union Office, to a.m. BELLEVUE: Friday, Oct. 12, Town Hall, to p.m. STAVELY: Monday, Oct. 15, Elementary school, to p.m. FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday, Oct. 16, Health Unit Office, to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednesday, Oct. 17, Health Unit Office, to and to p.m. CLARESHOLM: Thursday, Oct. 18, Elementary School, to a.m. and to p.m. GRANUM: Friday, Oct. 26, Elementary School, to p.m. The South in short Cyelists collect MAGRATH (HNS) A successful bike-a-thon was held recently by 35 cyclists from Magrath, Raymond, Stirling and Welling to raise funds for Boy Scout registra- tion fees. Thirty entered from the Magrath First Ward of the LDS Church for the trip from Del Bonita to town. Youngest entrant was Bradley Nelson, 5, who pedal- ed the 30 miles for sponsors contributing Most spon- sors were claimed by the eldest participants Loree Brewerton and Loretta Nagai. They brought in Total collections will be Diplomat in Claresholm Sewing classes planned COUTTS (HNS) District home economists will teach "stretch and sew" here Oct. 15 and 16 members of the of the Hillsview Women's In- stitute learned at their recent meeting. WI members will be award- ed 25-year pins at the Christ- mas concert. Brenda Kolesar and Rhonda Bianchi spoke on the Nimble Needles sewing club. CLARESHOLM (Special) John Dougan, British High Commissioner to New Zealand, visited his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vadnais here recently. Mr. and Mrs. Dougan and their daughter, Jackie, were hosted to a dinner at the Fly- ing N Restaurant. They also visited Joseph Vadnais at Cardston and then returned by air to Wellington, N.Z. Guests from down under Friday and Saturday Special! 2 ilAYSONLN SEPT. 28th ind 29th 1BIGbrazier. Fries MilkShake SPECIAL ONLY Wait 'til you taste how good char broiled beef is when it's done the Brazier way! Big Brazier packs Vi Ib. of beef into a jumbo toasted sesame seed bun, and you get our Scrumpdillyishus french fries and a milk shake. Treat the whole family and save. Dairy Queen brazier. Howt> YOU UKE TO A ADOPT A FAMILY, X MR. WILSON__lusr I I PINCHER CREEK (Special) Mrs. Agnes Fischbuch has been named president of the local associa- Brownies, girl guides register TABER (HNS) Registra- tion was held recently at the Central School gymnasium for Brownies, Guides and Rangers, and a new executive was elected to the local com- mittee, First Taber Company. Margaret Kondas was nam- ed chairman; Kathy Callan, treasurer; and Lorna Lloyd, secretary. Continuing in office are Ann Bradley and Harriot Bevin as phoning committee, Cheryl Horvath as lunch committee, and Kaye Brissette as badge secretary. A letter extending an open invitation to an Alberta Jubilee Party was read. The party will be held in the Lethbridge Civic Centre Sept. 30 from 1 to 5 p.m. and will celebrate 60 years of guiding. Local leaders have tickets available. tion of the Girl Guides of Canada. The guides, for In-Travel Project 1973, will be hosting Jennifer Fox of Collaray Plateau, N.S.W., Sidney, Australia; and Leanne Davies of Picton, Malborough, New Zealand. They will be house guests of the R. Keer and K. Phillips families. Sightseeing tours have been arranged for the visitors. Bride honored at Etzikom ETZIKOM (HNS) Miss Beth Erdman was showered with gifts at a Hoping Women's Institute affair held recently in the Etzikom Com- munity Hall. Lunch was served by the hostesses who presented Miss Erdman. with a poppy red electric skillet with salt and pepper shakers to match. A Halloween dance will be held Oct. 27. Mrs. Yvonne Kennedy, Medicine Hat district home economist, and her assistant, Miss Elizabeth Treloar, demonstrated Batik and decoupage at the recent WI meeting. VLET'S ALL GO TO DAIRY NORTH STORE ONLY 516 13th Street North Phone 327-4855 "Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. Am. D. Q. Corp. 1973 Am. D. Q. Corp. Alberta Real Estate Association presents' an Intermediate Course in REAL ESTATE 25 Evening Lessons Commencement of This Course Has Been Delayed to Wednesday, October 3rd Minimum Registration of 15 Students Required For details and registration contact Lethbridge Real Estate Board Co-op Limited 522 6th Street South 328-8838 Evenings Phone 328-4502 Friday, September 28, 1073 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD We were cramped for space... we had to move. Our province is growing and Alberta Public Works' job is growing with it. This means more service to the public increased staff to mep'. the need more space. In order to continue to serve efficiently, we are bringing a number of our operations together in one location. Effective October 1, 1973, Alberta Public Works will be located at College Plaza, 8215 112 Street, Edmonton. The Public Works garage is now situated at 10931 120th Street. For new phone numbers, please check with Edmonton Telephones' information. PUBLIC WORKS ;