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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, April 17, 1970 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 3 Sportplex Site Still Not Chosen COALDALE (HNS)- - The firm of Strong, Lamb and Nelson Ltd., consulting engineers and planning consultants of Calgary, has been chosen to perform all necessary duties related to the preliminary study and planning for the Coaldale Sportplex. Council recently asked councillor Frank F. Wiens whether a site has been chosen. This, Mr. Wiens. said, is still being studied by the county school committee. The site considered is on the R. I. Baker school grounds. The swimming pool fund raising' committee of the Sportplex project stated it wished to go on record as wanting a feasibil- ity study for the Sportplex. Council and the southern regional recreation board will inform the committee this study is being conducted. The1 fund , raising committee said ity wants answers on where the Sportplex will be built and the structure plains. It also, in a letter to council, recently requested information on how it will affect the town and county millrate if debentures are taken out to build the Sportplex. Meanwhile, the southern regional recreation board is planning to relocate its headquarters from, the basement of the town office building to the old Coaldale post office. Roundup Of Prepaid Water COALDALE (HNS) - Councillor Ben Reimer's motion to set. up a committee to -study prepaid i water, services was passed by majority vote at a recent council meeting. . Named to the committee were councillors Ron Low, of the water and sewer department, Mike Batycky, public works and' Hans Pfeffel of the economic development commission. ' $377 Collected COLEMAN (CNP Bureau)-Mrs. Lorraine Aiello, chairman of the Coleman Red Cross campaign for funds, has announced the canvass has now been completed and a total of $377' was collected. The quota was $400. Crazy-Fun Day COALDALE (HNS) - The Coaldale Youth Council will sponsor Crazy-Fun Day in the afternoon of Saturday, April 25, in the Coaldale Community Hall. Many Organizations in the community will operate booths, fun games, games of chance and contests. Walshe School-. Opens April 24 CLARESHOLM (HNS) - The official opening of. the F. P Walshe High School will be held at 2 p.m.' April 24 at Fort Macleod. ' Leyton Buckwel, MLA for Macleod, will speak. Invitations to department of education officials and the public will be made by the Willow Creek school division. The principal of the new school is Andy Nowicki of Stavely. Faith Required COALDALE (HNS) - Rev. Bruce Field delivered a spiritual address at thereoent meet-ingipf the St. Ambrose Church Catholic Women's League. He read' scripture from St. Mark, chapter 5, verses 24 to 34, Which gives the record of the sick woman who touched a hem of Jesus' garment and was made well. This, was a real act of faith and .the Bible, Father Field said, should be read with faith. Haneys Win IRON SPRINGS (HNS) -The Battersea Women's Institute held its regular card party recently at-the home of Mrs. H. M. Haney. Prizes for" high scores were won by Mr. L. K. Haney and Mrs.: H. M. Haney with consolation prizes being awarded to H. M. Haney and Mrs. A. Goode Three tables of whist were played. Seeks Courtroom COALDALE (HNS). - The Coaldale police commission is still anxious to relocate the court room and police headquarters. Council accepted the recommendation from the commission bo call for tenders for contractors to give a full estimate to renovate one of the empty business premises here. Budget $10,000 COALDALE (HNS) - Coal dale town council, after much discussion, indecision and debate, agreed to spend $10,000 on recreation during 1970. Out of this amount, $7,200 will be turned over to the southern regional recreation board for spending. WANTED! ROUTE SALESMEN and HELPERS Reply in writing stating age, experience and education. Our staff it aware of this advertisement! PURITY BOTTLING (1967) LTD. LETHBRIDGE MARK ANNIVERSARY - Mr. and Mrs. Abraham P. (Bram) Segboer celebrate their 52nd wedding ^anniversary at a family gathering in Fort Macleod. A native son of Holland, Mr. Segboer came to this country to the Monarch district in 1914, returning to the old country in 1918 to marry. He and his wife Marie then farmed in the Monarch district until 1925 when they moved to Fort'Macleod! They have six children, 22 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Kindergartens Needed To Help Disadvantaged By MRS. ED LUNN . Special Correspondent PINCHER CREEK - "Equality in educational opportunity" is stressed By Peter Cresswell, Najpi Friendship director. Where, minority groups; exist the .disadvantaged child suffers most after he starts school. His experience of living ill-prepares Mm for the demands of the typical school. Shaped by the environment which has, in his own' eyes, stamped him indelibly, as a person of little worth, he now must be able to conform in a situation which places primary emphasis on verbal skills, Mr. Cresswell said recently at a Napi meeting.  The key to academic success for the minority group child is verbal fluency and he should possess that skill before tackling school problems, Mr. Cresswell said. A second factor, no less important than verbal fluency, is the child's image of himself. This often can be harmfully af- fected by family attitudes and early school experiences. The failure to communicate begins to exert its harmful effects on achievement and on the child's image of himself from the- first day at school. The extension of pre-school services seems to be the answer. Play schools and kindergartens may provide for the deficiency in achievement that schools have not overcome in verbal and non-verbal skills, said the Napi director. Ohashi Heads Agro Society Picture Butte Chamber Tass Tour Set For May 6 TABER (HNS)-Mike Ohashi, agriculture chairman of the Tafoer Chamber of Commerce council, will head up the Taber Agricultural Society as its chairman, in order to reactivate the organization. Also named to the society's board were fair board chairman Dennis M. Turin, town and rural beauttfication committee chairman Joe Orban, Jr., and R. F. Gibb, secretary. Meetings will be scheduled for the completion of a 12-man board. The chamber of commerce has agreed to underwrite the expenses of the Aug. 15 community fair this year, anticipating the society will be in full operation next season and financially independent. Reporting to the chamber council meeting, Mr. Turin said organization for the fair bench show is now complete, and the By S. P. JOHNSON Herald News Service * PICTURE BUTTE-The Picture Butte;Chamber of Commerce walkathon will be held May'24. The walkathon route is from Coaldale. to Picture Butte. Vernon Price is the chairman. Those taking part will be taken by bus ox1.'car to Coaldale to begin the walk. In other news, tour chairman Harpo Moriyama gave an outline of the bus tour to the Kaiser Resources Coal Mine. The tour will visit the Phillips Cable plant. , A bus will leave Picture Butte on May 6 at 8 a.m. for the 'Pass and it is expected that the mine tour will be some four or five hours. It was thought that meals and bus fare would be $10. President Howard Branch received a number of fares at the meeting which indicated considerable interest in this venture. Dr. Joe Takahashl, president of the Piyami Fish and Game Association told members the proposed cost of the.Lehto Dam ditch would be $1,500. He stated the fish and game association will need a lot of support if the dam is to be maintained for fishing. He also said there was considerable winter kill, but fish would be restocked, for t his year at least. ; Members were asked if any- 59 Convicted COALDALE (HNS) - During March .86 charges were laid by the Coaldale police department and1 there were 59 convictions resulting in fines amounting to $976. The police oar was driven 2,250 miles. There was one accident causing $400 in damages but no"'injuries. one was interested in attending the provincial chamber meeting at Medicine Hat in May. Canadian Chamber of Commerce week will be from April 19 to 25. William Rae announced there are 92 members and the objec- tive is 125. Mr. Branch announced he contacted Mr. Hooper in regards -bo a kindergarten. Although one is desirable this would have to be a private venture as the government does hot provide .any grants. Welfare Circle Plans Dinner At Wrentham Sunday, Ma^ 24 WRENTHAM (HNS) - The Welfare Circle of the Community Church met for its monthly meeting in the' church basement recently. * Martha Treiber led the members in physical exercises prior to the meeting. . Lillian Slingsby presented a devotional thought from John 3:16 followed by prayer by the president. Coaldale Polluting Chin Lake COALDALE (HNS) - The Town of Ooaddale is polluting the Chin Lake. This was brought to light in a letter from Mr. Campbell of Zone 1 pollution control, Medicine,, Hat. At a certain time last year and again in the coming year raw sewer goes into the lake from Coaldale. Mayor R. C. Johnstone has reassured the group that with the plans to change the sewer lagoons this practice ' will be discontinued. The pollution control committee therefore said a protest against the town has been withheld. THE MOST COMPLETE COLLECTION OF COLONIAL FURNITURE IN CANADA! Solid Eastern Hard. Maple Construction Every piece finished In exclusive Rox-Hide (highly resistant to heat, spilled beverages, scratching and normal usage). Only the finest quality fabrics are used throughout the entire collection. All designs are open stock allowing you to purchase additional matching pieces anytime. CONVENIENT TERMS cIaIp 326 5th St. S. Phone 327-8578 FELLOWS CURL NOBLEFORD (Special) -Mr. and Mrs. Buchan Spencer travelled to Calgary recently, to take part in the Oddfellows annual bonspiel. Roll call was answered with a Bible verse beginning with the letter "L" as well as a tea towel to be placed in the civic centre kitchen. May 8' was set as the date for entertaining mothers in recognition of Mother's Day. A pot-luck dinner was planned to follow the morning church service on Sunday, May 24, at which time Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Mullings, missionaries from Jamaica, will be guests. Members were asked to bring scraps of material to the next meeting in preparation for making a nylon stocking filled quilt. At the conclusion of the meeting the members went to the home of Mrs. Mary Peta where they enjoyed Mrs. Peta's birthday lunch. Blood Donor Clinic Set For April 21 PINCHER CREEK (Special) - A bipod donor clinic will be held Tuesday,' April 21, in the Anglican Church hall. The hours are from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6:30 to 9 p.m. Seventeen-year-olds may donate if they have written permission from their parents. As the last clinic didn't make its quota, the committee is hoping to have a better turn-out of donors this time. For further information phone 627-3467 Of 627-3159. QUEEN - Glenda Clark, 17, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Don Clark of Claresholm, is Queen of the Willow Creek Composite High School. She. was named queen at the first annual students' ball. $25,000 Loan Considered For Lagoon COALDALE (HNS) - Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation informed the Town of Coaldale it can borrow only about $25,000 for land purchase for the new sewer lagoon location. An application was made for $30,000. It is for an 80-acre parcel. But because only 60 acres of it will be used for the lagoon the loan amount is- reduced. The corporation considers the other 20 acres as reserve land. It therefore is not eligible for a loan. Bolster Patrol . COALDALE (HNS) - It has become necessary to increase the police patrol at Kate Andrews High School. This is due to alleged dangerous driving by young motorists. ' ; SEAGRAMS V.O. fair entry lists should be off the press by the month-end. Special events aire being planned to complement the fair this year. Shower Honors Miss Gordon, Bride-Elect Of Stanley Zeeb WRENTHAM (HNS) - The Catholic Women's League was hostess to a miscellaneous bridal shower in honor of Miss Rosemary Gordon of Lethbridge, bride-elect of Stanley Zeeb, of Lethbridge and formerly o'f Wrentham. Mrs. Vi Mueller Introduced the guest of honor and the program participants. Mrs. Mary Slovak favored guests as she played the guitar and sang, It Is No Secret. Piano solos by Misses Carole and Diana Lastuka; Teresa Lin-itski and Frances Peta; and a reading by Miss Terry Hubek made up the program. The gift table, covered with a lace cloth over blue underlay, was complemented by bouquets of bronze-colored flowers and paper bridal figures in blue and white. The guest of honor was assisted in opening her gifts by Miss Margaret Zeeb, of Lethbridge, sister of the groom, while Mrs. Linda Nicol of Lethbridge, recorded the' gifts. Miss Ellen Linitski carried the gifts to the bride and her Explorers Aid Children NOBLEFORD (S p e c i a 1) Seventeen Explorers and four adults made the annual trek to aid the crippled children of Alberta. The walk this year was between Nobleford and Park Lake with everyone finishing. Approximately $400 was raised on the crippled children's behalf, Barbara Siray and Karen Wurtz completed the hike first. Lars Flatia and his son came over from Tilley to give the girls their support attendant who, after opening them, passed them to Miss Donna Culler who placed them on display. Mrs. Edwin Zeeb attended. Curlers Elect Reg Saunders TABER (HNS) - Reg Saunders was elected president of the Taber Curling Club at the recent annual meeting held in the lounge in the new civic centre. Named vice-presidents were Brian Collett and Dave Para-dee. Secretary is Wayne Taylor, and treasurer is Douglas Morrison. George Last is the retiring club president. Committee chairmen are, membership, Gordon H. Hacking; bonspiel R. Burce Milliken assisted by Roy Jensen and Pat Shimlbasbi; publicity, James Cheyne; draw master, Gordon. Schell; booth management, Gordon Hacking, entertainment, Dave Paradee, and ice and prop, erty Ken Sasaki and Ken Mar* uyama. In his report, Mr. Last told, the 27 members curling rocks have been purchased in readiness for next fail's official opening of the new facility - the club's rocks perished in the Jan. 1, 1969, fire which destroyed the civic centre complex. The meeting set Jan. 8, 9 and 10,1971, for the Centennial Bonspiel, amd consideration was given to furnishing the lounge which is shared by the golf club. Other matters discussed were the operation of concessions in the lounge, 'liaison with the Taber Golf Club, and the conduct of the membership campaign. It was agreed that dues must be paid when a member plays his first game. Known for smoothness the world over. Newest thing to happen to your color snapshots! OVER �2�.o WORTH OF WALLET PRINTS-EXTRA ! 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