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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ------Tliuridoy, Sdplnmbtr SO, 1971 THI IfTHBRIDOt HtRAlD 5 Roundup of District News y fiTa ,o J. Bottle drive COALDALIS (HNS) The Coaldale Cub Pack wiJI con- duct a bollle drive at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 2. Bottles, batteries, radiators and any other items which can be turned into cash will be gratefully accepted. Support of the public is re- quested. Meets Oct. 4 COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary will meet at p.m. Monday, Oct. 4, in the hospital board room, A good attendance is request- ed. Park Lake trip COALDALE (HNS) A bus trip senior citizens, sponsor- ed by the southern regional recreation board, was success- ful despite inclement weather. A trip was made to Park Lake. The 10 senior citizens then travelled to the University of LeUibridge and the LeUibridgc Community College where a was made. Following this the journey continued back to the Coaldale Community Hall. Here refresh- ments were enjoyed and sev- eral interesting films on the outdoors were shown, Assisting W. D. as host were Mrs. Geldert, Miss Mary Koop, Jim McQuillan and John Franz. Choir to sing TABER The junior choir of K n o x United Church here will present the Pop Oratorio "Joseph and the Amazing Tech- nicolor directed by Malcolm V. Edwards, at the church Oct. 31. For reservoir COALDALE (HNS) Coun- cil recently passed a bylaw to borrow lor construc- tion of a raw water storage reservoir. Contract of tender amount wa- The contract was awarded to Richardson Bros. (Olds) Limited. Cost for rip-rap on the new reservoir (which the town will undertake) is land cost., and engineering fees, Stanley Associates Engineer- ing Ltd. was engaged for engi- neering. Town officials are awaiting a reply from the local authorities board of the provincial govern- ment, to allow borrowing ar- nngemenls to proceed. Minister arrives UtON SPRINGS Homer S'amplonius, Mrs. Somplonius and family arrived here recently to lake up resi- dence. Mr. Samplonius was ordain- ed at a service in the Clirislian Reformed Church here. His father-in-law, Rev. C. W. Tuininga of Winnipeg, spoke. Guests included Mrs. C. W. Tuininga and the minister's parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Samplonius of Abbotsford, B.C. Readers busy COALDALE (HNS1) Circu- lalion in the Coaldale Centen- nial Public Library increased during the summer compared to 1970. The lolal for June, July and August was compared lo in 1970. This was despite fl decrease In Ji'jio when circulation went down Lo from last year. Gypsy tea IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Gypsy coslumes enlivened a tea held recently al the home of Mrs. Leonard Hancy. It was in aid of the Canadian Mental Health Association. Fortunes were told and palms read by Mrs. D. Aiken- head of Calgary and Mrs. H. B. Ilaney o[ Iron Springs. Ardyth, Margaret and Ixm- nea Oscen, all of Sundial, sang. Carol Boras of Iron Springs was the accompanist Wesley Eorgard delighted the women with feats of magic. Sisly attended. Gelclert wants ice time for Coaldale puck arlisls COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale recreation officials report the South County Hockey League will be in three divi- sions for the 1971-72 season. Midget league will be for bo.vs 15 and 16 years of age. Bantam is for 13 and 14 years and pee-woc (or boys 10, 11 and 12. A hockey committee com- prised of Doug Campbell, Jack Twitchen and George Begany has been appointed. W. D. Geldert, recreation di- rector, reported recently a re- quest has been made for ice lime in the LeUibridgc rinks. No reply has been received as yet. Those responsible for plan- ning want five hours a week of ice time. Attempts will be made lo schedule equal numbers of games in Lethbridge for the three divisions. The same num- ber will be played on the Coal- dale ice. If the weather is not suitable when a game is scheduled efforts will be made lowaros arranging floor hock- ey. This year there will be a nominal registration fee of one dollar per person. Mr. Gelderl or Mrs. Mai'j Kaminski, assistant director, will be at the schools to ac- cept the registrations and fees. Registrations will be as fol- lows: Monday, Oct. 4, John Da- vidson School and Readymade from lo 1 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 5, R. I. Baker School, lo p.m. and Siumysidc from lo 1 p.m.; Wedncs day, Oct. G, St. Joseph's Kchool from to p.m. and Ilardieville School from to 1 p.m.; Thursday. Oct. 7. Mc- Nally School from to p.m. and Kale Andrews High School from 12 noon to p.m. League play will commence Oct. 25. School bus service spurs complaint NATAL (HNS) A request from Caitlmesa Court Trailer Park, southeast of Elko, that school buses enter the park, rather than stop on the nearby highway, was deferred for fur- ther discussion when the hoard of schonl trustees met. Mrs. II. A. Cox, resident and J. Gunderson, owner of the park, appeared before the board lo back up the request. 'Ilicv said 19 children are bus- ed from the park lo Jaf.'ray schools and that Hie number will be greater. They feel it is hazardous for Uir children in have lo embnrk and alight from lhc Inn nn Ihs highway. Objection was the extra IUIIR involved, apart from lhc precr- den1. about which Mrs. F. Mr- Ken7.ic wiis tncc'-nrd. Prince Igor has no I I W taste. Prince Igor is vodka. Pure vodka. Without a flicker of taste or color or scent A prince of a vodka. Have the Prince over f) tonight. Annual Stare Wide w FINAL 3 DAYS! SALE ENDS THIS SATURDAY 6 P.M.! A If you've been waiting till the price was right you'd belter hurry because the prices are right al Capitol right now and our big Harvest Sale will definitely end Saturday. Savings like these don't come around every day so get fasti 2 PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITE (4 A nice contemporary styled sulle in a larga leleclion of fabrics and colors. HARVEST SALE PRICE, ONLY 3-PIECE SPANISH STYLED (OAK) BEDROOM ______SUITE 54" or 60" headboard, dou-ble drsssar and 5 drawer chiffonier. Regular HARVEST SALE PRICE KROEHLER PLATFORM ROCKER The ever popular platform rocker In a large soleclion of materials. HARVEST SALE PRICE...... x 7-PIECE DINETTE SUITE Walnul lop, I men supported vinyl chairs. HARVEST SAIE, SPECIAL WESTINGHOUSE GAS DRYER Heavy duly construction lifetime burner service. HARVEST SALE, EACH, ONLY '229 __ WESTINGHOUSE 23 CU. FT. FREEZER 76B-lb. capacity 5 year warranty on compreisor 5 ycor food proledion waronty ol no extra coil insures you For up to 5300 against spoilage dus lo mBchanicol or cOmpartmcnl failure 2 baskets and divider Slain resistant acrylic crame! finish in- side olid oul Warning ligM Bijili-ip door loclf Monu. Reg. Lisf 29700 HARVEST SALE WESTINGHOUSE 13.1 CUBIC FOOT FROST FREE REFRIGERATOR Harvest Gold meat keeper Full width criaper Butter compartment Adjustable shelves cool- ing system 5 year warranly'' Con be buill-in Lifetime magnetic door Manu. Sugg, List 399.95. HARVEST SALE '309 WESTINGHOUSE 12-INCH BLACK AND WHITE PORTABLE TV SET HARVEST SALE, ONLY CHARGI Convenient Tsrmi Available or Use Your Clinrncx Card! MANY, MANY REMNANT CAR- PETS TO CHOOSE FROM ALL SLASHED IN PRICEI FREE ESTIMATES Jutl call 327-8578 and ens of our j experienced, fully (rained carpet pecinlisls will be more than pleai- j ed to eitimalft and discuss your re- quirement! with no obligation! Out of town reiidenti us colloctl Opn. Till 9 p.m. Thurtday and Friday Nlghlil Super Special From Our Carpet Dept.! 501 DUPONT NYLON SHAG CARPET Here's (run luxury you can live with Nylon Shag in a wide choice of new lavish and lush decorator colcis. This quality Shag Carpet ii noted for oaay earn nnd long wear! GOOD ASSORTMENT OF COLORS 326 5th Streef South Phone 327-8578 Reg. 10.95 sq. yd. HARVEST SALE, SQ. YD......... 6 .95 ;