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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 17, THl UTHMWCI HttAlD Sportplex Site Still Not Chosen COALDALE (HNS) The firm SlrtBf, Laab aid Net- Lad., rnaaulfint: eafBMn and plaatfae eanodtants of Cat jary, hat chosen per- in aB teceaaary duties retat- te prefeinVy tor tbr Coeiaale Sport- .CkiBtft recently asked COUB- Frank F. VMM whether has been chosen. This, Mr, Wide said, is stffl being atadfed by the county school the tite considered at tie R. L Baker achoot swiffiSMaj. pool fund rais- eeiamittae of the Sportnla atatod it wahed to jo raeard M wanbng a feaafcil- tr study lor tv Spcnpicz. Cowdland the anrihen rag- recreatioB board wffl in- form the Mtnmittee thk atady is beaog oondiiclBd. The ftavl said it wots the Spertite wffl be butt ud the straebn ptaL K also, ii a letter to eouocil, recently re- qtwted BtematkB hew it win affect the turn and county mfflnte if deheatona are taken out to build the Sportplex. Mtanwfaiie, the tonthera refr ioml recreatton board a pbo- ning to relocifo its ten from the batemeot swer. Play schools and kinder-garlras may provide for the deficiency in achievement that scinch hsvc KOt CTSTTCTM !a verbal and non-verbal stalk, said the Kapi director. uni'ihta" verbal akuls, Mr.'Creaswefl said recently -at a Napi meeting. The key to arxVmir success tar the minority Jrtup child Is verbal fluency ad he ahouid poaiess that daO before beting school Mr. CnanreO ss-d. A aeeoui factor, BO lea> Important than verbal fluency, H the child's of hunseif. This often can be haiuifuBy af Ohashi E TABER Obacht, tgrieuKun. rhainriah of: the Taber Cluna'ier of OiiiinruK council, will bead 19 the Taber AgrioJlural Society its chairman, in order to reactivate the ergaiiiatifm. Aba named to the soda's board were fair board chairman Denis M. Turin, town and rural beaurhVation committee chairman Joe (Man, Jr., and R. F. Gibb, secretary. Meetings Till be- scheduled for the completion of a 12-man board. The chamber of 4gn Reporting to the chamber eumcil meeting, Mr. Turin aid ortaaubm for the fair bench show it now complete, and Society (air entry fists should be oft the press by the month-end. Special events are being plan-ned to complement the fair this 3Kar. Honors 3 Bride-Elect Of Si WRENTHAM {HNS) The Catholic Women's League was hostess to a mfeeellaDeous bridal shower in honor of Miss Rosemary Gordon of Lethbridge, V Gordon, anley Zeeb tendant who, after opening cm, passed them to Mis >onna Culler who placed then on display. Mrs. Edwin Zeeb attended. Picture Butte Chamber the.Aug.. 15 com- muoty fair UBS year, anticipat- ing the society will be in' f oD Toss Tour Set For May 6 By S. P JOHNSON Herald News Serrke PICTURE BUTTE-The Kc- ture 'Butte. Chamber A Com- merce waniathon win be held May'M. The waBathon route b from COALDALE (HNS) T be Oftldale polict stifl gtypan roocn ud poa06 Coubcii accepted the recon- to call for tenders ftar ors to give a to one of the bus- esB pnouses ben, Budget COALDALE (HNS) Cod- dale town council, after much dscussHn, BidecisaiD and de- bate, Agreed to spend on recreation Ouiiug 1970, Out of this amount, will be turned over to the soutbern regional recreation board for WANTED! ROUTE SALESMEN ond HELPERS Reply In writing stating age, experlcnn and education. Our stuff It aware, of rhit'dcfverritemenH rtMTYBOTTUNG (1967) LTD. LHHWIDOt to Picture Bute Vernon Price is the chair- man, Those taking part wffl be taken by bus or car to Coal- dale to begin the watt. In other news, bur' chair- mac Harpo Moriyama gave an outline of toe bus tour to the Kaiser Resources Coal Mine. The tour will visit the Phillips Cable plant. A bus win tears Pictare Butte on May at a.m.. foe the 'Pass and' it k expected list the mine tour win be tome Four or five boors. K .was thought that meals and boi fare would be President Howard. Branch re- ceived a number of fares at tiie meeting .which indicated considerable interest in this ven- ture. Dr. Joe TakahasU, presfcJeat of the Piyami Fish and; Game Association told members the proposed cost of .the Lento Dam ditch would be 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 con- siderable winter bat" fob would be restocked, for, this year at least.. Members wen asked, at .any- was interested to attending the provincial chamber 'meet- ing at Medicine Hat 'in May. Canadian Chamber of Com- merce week will be from April 19 to 25.' Wiffiam Rae announced there are S3 members and the objec- .any grants: the Is US. Mr. Branch announced he con- tacted Mr> regards to a kindergarten. Athougb one is desirable this would have to be a private venture as Hie government does not- provide Welfare Circle Plans Dinner v At Wrentham Sunday, May 24 WRENTHAM The Welfare Circle. of the Commun- ity Church met for its monthly limiting in the' church base- ment'racenUy. -V Ifartha Tmber led the mem- Mn in physical UUCIBGI yt'mt tfafi meeting. UUiao Slingsby presented evotjnoal thought from John followed by prajwby the 59 Convictod COAUDALE (HNS) Daring wen lirid by the Coaldale police department and'-there were'59'coDvictiODa resulting in fines to m. The pofice car -waB driven miles. There-was one accideat mg MM. ip bat BO n- Coaldale Polluting Chin Lake COALDALE (HNS) The Town of Coaldale is poButing the Chin. Lake. This was.brought to light in a letter from Mr. Campbell o Zone 1 ountni, Med ieme.Bat At a certain time last year raw sewer goes into the lake from CoaHafc. Mayor R. C Johnstooe has rensnred -the gruup that 'WHI the plans to change the sewer lagoons ttns practice wffl be disuoulimed. The pollution control committee therefore Roll call was answered witl Bible verse beginning with he letter "I." fa well as a tea towel'to'be placed in the civic set as 8ie date fUatertjuntng mothers in rec- ognitien of Mother's Day. A pot-luck dinner was plan- ned to follow the morning church service on Sunday, May 24, at which time Mr. and Mrs. Triton Mullings, misaoDaries from Jamaica, will be guests. Members were asked to bring scraps of material to the next meeting in preparation for mat ng a nylon stocking filled quitt. At the cqncluskm of the meet-. ng the members went to the home of Mrs. Mary where they enjoyed Mm. Peta'a birth- day hmch. 'said a protest i has been :tbe town fr'tMy iMhNiil W tiW ___ __ _j niw ww fM rm MOST coMfurt coufcnoN or COLONIAL FURMTUKt IN CANADA) CONVBMNT TUMI 3U Sth Sf, S. PhetM 3274S7I FELLOWS CURL NOBLETORD Wr. and Mn. Dnehan Spencer nveHed to Calgary recently, to take part in the Oddfeuows u- nual bonspiei. Blood Donor ic Set For April 21 PINCHER CREEK (Special A blood donor cbnic wffl be befcl Tuesday, 'April 21, in the Anglican Church ball The hours are from 2 to p.m. and to 9 p.m. Sevnrteen-Tetr-oids may don- ate if'tney'htve written po mission tZMr parents.- As the last dine didn't make Its quota, the ooujiuiUee is bof ing to have a better .turn-out of Qu bme; Por fulhei rfintffli pbon GZ7-3467 or 6Z7-315S. Lethbridge Wcentbam. Mrs. Vi Mueller introduced the guest of honor and the prt- gram participants. Mrs. Mary Slovak favored guests as she played the guitar and sang, It Is No Secret Piano solos by Misses Carole and Diana Lastaka; Teresa Lht- itski and Frances Peta; and a reading by Miss Terry Bubek made up the program. The gift table, 'covered with a lace cloth over blue underlay, was complemented by bou- ojoets of bronze-colored flowers and paper bridal figures in blue and white. The guest of honor was as- sisted in opening her gifts by Miss Margaret Zeeb, of Letn- bridge, sister of- the groom, white Mrs: Linda Nicoi of Leth- bridge, recorded the gifts. Miss EHen Liattski carrie< me gifts to the bride and her 4UEEN Gleria Clark, 17, daughter Dr. ni Mrs. dark aarethabi, i< Qwea the; nOtow Creek Cmftfitx Bgk.Scfcool.-Ske. icd ipwea at the Brst Explorers: Aid Children Loan Considered For Lagoon o. COALDALE (HNS) Central Mortgage and Housing Corpor- ation informed the Town .of ?oakiale it can borrow only ibout PS.OOO for land pmchjte ior the new sewer lagoon loca- tion. Aa appticatkB was made for It h for an tD-acre par- cel Bat because only 60 acres of H win be nsed for the la- goon the loon juuouul is- re- duced. The ccipuiatiuB comd- en the other SO acres as re- serve land. It therefore Is not eligible hr a ken. NOBLEFORD Seventeen Explorers and four adults made the amual trek to aid the crippled children of Al berta. The walk mis year was be- tween Ncbleford and Park Lak with evayuue fioiehuig.' Approximately was rate ed on the crippled children's be- haU. Barbara Siray' and Karen Wurtz completed the bike first 'Lara FlaUa aod so came over from' TiHey to the girls their support Curlers Elect leg Saunders TABER (HNS) Reg Saorjd- ers was elected pi'Mdent of tfaa iber Curling Club at the re- cent annual meeting held in the lounge in the new civic centre. Named vice-presidents wen Irian CoBett and Dave Para- ee. Secretary is Wayne Taylor, apd treasurer is Douglas Mar- 'son.. George Last fa the reSrlnf president. Committee chairmen are, membership, Gordon U. Hack- ing; bonspiel R. Burce Mffiiken" assisted by Roy Jensen and Pat Shimbasri; draw master, Gordon' ScheII; booth management, Gordon Hacking, enterlainnient, )ave Paradee, and ice aod prop- erty Ken Sasaki and Ken MarT uyama. In his report, Mr. Last told he 27. members curling lave been purchased in rewfc- ness for next fall's official open-. ing of the new facHrty the club's rocks perished Jan. 1; 1969, Ere which destroy-; ed the civic centre complex. The meeting set Jan. 8, 9 and 10, 1971, for the Centennial Eon-" spiel, and consideration was given to furnishing the which is shared by the goU dub. Other matters discussed wen the operation of us the lounge, '-liaison wilh tha1 Taber Golf Club; and the con-; duct of the membership paign. It was agreed that duet. must te paid when a member.-' plays his first game. Bolsttr Patrof COALDALE (HNS) It has become to increase the police patrol at Kate An- drews High Schuol. This is due to alleged daa- drivinc by young motor- isU.' BONUS PHOTO. Newest thing to happen to your color snapshots! OVER WORTH OF WALLET PRINTS. EXTRA Get IMS, kM to then totot prints'. 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