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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Musical Production Thrills Overflow Crowd CARDSTON (HNS) An' overflow crowd was thrilled with UK musical production "In Tune With MIA1' presented by the Alberta Stake MIA in the E. J. Wood auditorium in Card- cton. choral festival was under the direction of Ihe Stake music director, Mrs. Myra Humphreys, with Mrs. .Elva Pitcher as accompanist. Wayne Johnson read the in- troduction to each section of the program. Numbers of the Mfrvoice chorus were interspersed by various choral groups, instru- mental numbers, dancers, and a reading. MIA award certificates were presented by Superintendent Burns Larson. Mesdarues Wanda Jensen, Sarah Low, Florence Nelson, Edith Sloan and Eda Wood as- sisted in conducting. Assistant accompanists were Mesdames Ranea Holland, Marilyn Hardy, Beatrice Tol- ley, Joan Weston, Lois Sugden and Miss Wendy Cabooii. Thirty-tut) young people will be chosen from this chorus to go to Salt Lake City where they will join'a chorus of voices-to sing in a similar pro- gram in the Salt Palace' at the annual June MIA conference. Maintenance Agreements To Be Signed In Taber TABER (HNS) Mainte- nance agreements are to be signed between the Town of Ta- ber aod Taber's two school ad- ministrations covering the basic preparation and upkeep of school grounds used in the local recreation programs. The decision was reached at a meeting of the town council, following a year or: so of dis- cussion and deferment, and after representation by a group representative of Taber's public Fewer Auto Accidents Li Taber TABER (HNS) A marked reduction in court cases and motor vehicle accidents in Ta- ber this year is noted in the March report to town council of Taber's police department. The 26 convictions for March is the lowest of any month dur- ing the past two years, and the 14 repbrfable motor vehicle tc- eidents in the three months of 3970. is considerably less than the 15 reported for January, 1969. During the past rconlh, police gained convictions on two Criminal Code charges, 14 (mainly speeding) under the Highway Traffic Act, and 10 un- der the Liquor Control Act There were four reportarjle accidents involving motor ve- hicles (over damage or in- jury and three mi- nor mishaps; Total damage loss was and there were four personal injuries, one of which was serious. Commenting on Taber's im- proved accident rate, chief con- stable Gordon H. Hacking noted that statistics published by the Alberta Safety Council have shown a sharp increase in motor vehicle accidents in 1970. There were no cases ol break and entry during March. Police are investigating two cases of worthless cheques is- sued against local banks, and the theft of clothing from the rear of a half-Ion truck parked on'48tti Avenue March 30 is stiH outstanding.' aod separate school boards and be recreation board. Council was advised of the shortage of public playgrounds suitable for some 450 baseball enthusiasts and soccer players articularly since the encroacb- nect of the new golf course on ireviously used playing areas. The agreements involve joini payment of costs, estimated at about for Wading ard sub- sequent mowing portions o playgrounds at the two sep- arate, and four public schools ard cover two years tenure after which a reassessment is o be made. Both Mrs. Dorothy Dick o Taber School Division No. 6 anc iubert Pyne of the Separate school Board told the council b he decisions of their boards to make school grounds available and agreements are to be sign- ed at their next board meetings ater in the month. In connection with the swim ming pool scheduled for open ing in council au thorized the purchase of 20C plastic baskets .for use of the forager fry as clothes recep- tacles, and investigation wil continue on the purchase of 100 coin operated lockers for adul use, SO for each change room. Com operated Ihe sauna rooms are also under consideration. CWL Banquet April 25 NATAL, B.C. (HNS) -The Catholic Women's League ol St. Michael's Parish will hold annual installation of offic ers and banquet in St. Michael's Hall here Saturday April 23. p I 324 5th St. S. Ph. Captrol Fvmttm EDDY DIETRICH. C.D.M. Taber Date For Clarke TABER (HNS) Alberta1 Minister of Hon. Robert Clarke, will be. the guest speak er at the annual meeting of the Flatlands District, Boy Scouts of Canada, scheduled for here at p.m. Friday, May 8. In making the announcement District President Mrs. Jea Schnell has extended an open invitation to all friends of scout ing and cubbing to attend the dinner meeting. Tickets for the event are go ing on sale at both Johnson and pddie's drug stares. Business of the meeting wi be the presentation of 'annua reports and. election of officers for which a nominating com mittee has been set up. The meeting, initially set for Wednesday, May 6, was si back two days to clear the da! for .Taber and district's scrrw' band concert at the W. R. My ers High' School auditorium. CLINIC Hold Bales Sole GRANUM (HNS) A crow was in attendance, at the an mial lea and bake sale spent sored by the Calvinettcs. Following a short program tea was served by the girls A special feature of the sak was the hand cream which tfa girls made. The girls were assisted dur ing Ihe afternoon by their lead ers, Mrs. K. VeenUnd and Mrs W. Poetaan.. COUNTRY NEWS These Are Correspondents In Yovr Area GRANUM MRS. ED CESAR GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNKni Omral Dtlrrtry IRON SPRINGS MRS. MARTI SOROARO P.O. Iw t PICTURE BUTTI S. r. .JOHNSON...................... Cm. M. RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOLF W. Contact nWM ptopli for ywrf Dfitrkt OanifM AdWrtnirtf CRANBROOK Elementary Junior Secondary School, under con- struction on First As'enue at South llth Street is pro- cessing visibly toward fall em occupation. Meanwhile, ts 450 student enrolment con- tinues its school year on mor- ning shifLs, alternating at the Laurie plant on South Sec- ond Street at 19th Avenue with jaurie student Expenditure U approximale- y on an unusual con- ractlng arrangement. Creigh- on Construction Ltd. firm member Mike Burnham is pro- GREfN THUMBS MHT About 40 horn; gardeners, mainly town residents, turned out for the first of weekly horttculturi seminars ol the Administration Building in Tober. Lawn disease wai discussed by Dr. Jock Lebeou. Garden insects and their control was ihe subject treated by Phil Blakely, both men from the lethbridge Research Station. Second and third will be held Wednesday evenings at p.m. and will be concerned with general landscaping principals and selection of plantings and the care and pruning of shrubs. Gibb Photo Fernie School District To Call Tenders July 1 SPARWOOD (HNS) An affirmative vote of 86.5 per cent ast by 950' owner-electors in "eraie school district paves, the way for a capital expenditure of Infectious Disease Breaks Out FORT MACLEOD (HNS) Dr. Kurt Adler, Medical Officer at Health for toe Chinook Health Unit, advised that there s a mild epidemic, especially m the Granum area, of pe- culiar-disease called erythema nfectiosum. It primarily af- ects children, and is charac- erized by a" rash, similar .to hat of German or Red Mess- es, -or an aUergic condition. The rash is exaggerated by ex- wsure to sunlight and sbme- imes it is itchy. The rash can "ade, then return worse..than ever. However, there is absolutely no cause for alarm. Con- stitional symptoms are .mini- mum, there is usually no fever, and as a general rule, children :eel quite well. Sometimes they lave a loss of appetite. There is no treatment for this disease, and generally, there are no complications. However it is infectious and since' ii started in Granum, about hall a dozen cases have been report- ed in Fort.Macleod. Dr. Adler says children so In- fected should carry on with Jieir usual routine activities The disease lasts from one to two weeks, and adults, as' a rule, are riot affected. This means eight new rooms or elementary instruction, four ooms for the secondary school and an execution of the indus- rial arts The upper Elk Valley, now has for six elementary rooms. This school will accom- modate children 'nf families of ten working on mining pro- jects in the uppar -Elk Valley. Of the total capital expendi- ure, district taxpayers'will have o pay in direct prop- rty taxes, which will be paid over a 25-year period. To the individual property nreer this represents an in- Mrs. Kaupp HeadsCWL NEW DAYTON (HNSO-The annual meeting of the Catholic Women's League was held at the home of Clara Kaupp with eight members and Rev. Boern present. A letter will be sent to the member of Parliament concern- ing restrictions on drugs narcotics. Two dollars was to the national scholarship fund. Mrs. Howard Kaupp is dele- gate to the CWL conpention in Medicine Hit. Officers elected for 19TO are; president, Mrs.. Howard Kaupp: first vice-president, Mrs. Ck-tus Kaupp; second vice president, Mrs. Del Fuller; third vice- president, Mrs. Lawrence Kaupp. New conveners will be ap- pointed at the May meeting Mrs.- Howard Kaupp's resi dence. 37 Renewals For Chamber TAKER (HNS> TOrty-sey en membership renewals for t of was (be re- port of the membership com mittee of the Taber. Chamber of Commerce on the first of National Chamber of Cos merce Week. Membership chairman, vice- presWent Leroy D. Mills, is pleased with the response since the recent mailing of notices and anticipates a toUI of ISC members for receipts of.som at the conclusion of the membership drive, crease; of 1.4 mills per year for the next 25 years. Members of the school board were pleased that the voter e'cc ters.realized the urgent need for extra classrooms. District supervisor of schools P. B. PulHnger is pleased with this result. He said it allows us a chance to plan for the next year o two. Mr. Pullinger hopes tha the board will be .able to cal for tenders July 1. In. the District of Sparwooc 160 property-owners exercisec tteir vote. There were 129 af finnative, 22 negative and spoiled ballots. Apcil THE LETHUIDGE HERALD 3 ranbrook Prepares For Fall Term School Taking Shape superintendent, with Frank Basarab co-ordinator for the Cranbrook school board which has individual contracts wilh the various trades and sub- trades lor stages of construc- tion. Creighlon contract work was chiefly the concrete foundation, started in November and com- pleted, and certain inside fin- ishing in the completed build- ing. Contract for the steel frame- work was separate and is now nearly complete, and the roof- ing contract, also steel, is un- der way. Framing of the build- ing is sheet sleel which has not yet been delivered, and plumb- ing and wiring and oiner spe- cialized trades bring separate contracts wilh the school board to eight or nine. Mr. Burnham is superinten- dent cf all work under way and repoils readiness by fall term unquestioned, unless labor dif- ficulties are encountered. Creighton is not an affiliate in the Contractor Association which issued the recent lockout notice, but strike action by any of the sub-contracting trades could idle the whole project un- til individual contract settle- ment. Crazy-Fun Day Set Bjr MARY TYMBURSKI Herald Newt Sen-lee COALDALE This town wants a Sportplex and wauls it badly. The people here are deter- mined to provide sports facili- ties for their children. Mrs. Hammond Heads Club PKCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek Figure Skating Club held its windup meeting recently. The election of officers was held wilh Ihe following taking office for 1970-71 year: past- president, Mrs. Doug Andrews; president, Mrs. Murray Ham- mond; vice-president, Mrs. Pat Kempf; secretary, Mrs. Jack Morgan; treasurer, Mrs. Rollie Cook; directors: Mrs. Bill Cyr, Gino Kaoro, Mrs. Mark Jackson and Mrs. Karl Hasselman. The club will resume activi- ties in October. The community spirit is growing by leaps and bounds. Latest project in a series of commurity endeavors lhat has Deluded everything from sugar )ee! hoeing fund-raising cam- to newspaper drives and >ake sales is Crazy Fun Days. It begins at 1 p.m. Saturday. It will be held in the Coal- dale Community Hall. Coaldale merchants, citizens, officials and "everybody and his dog" is 100 per cent be- hind the project. All proceeds l go to the envisioned Sport- plex which is just a "bop skip ard jump away now." BIG UNEUP The Coaldale Youth Centre committee has arranged to have a good old-fashioned dunk tank. The object is to "drown' anyone that is opposed to the Sportplex. This means they'll get a good soaking. Also planned: The Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association will supply information on the trout pond and fly-tying demonstra- tions; Coaldale Kinetics, a fish pond and a fortune telling booth; Coaldale Krsmen Club, several games of chance; Kale Andrews High School Students Union is 'planning a k i s s i n g booth and pie-throwicg contest; Coaldale-Lethbridge 4-H -Club, games of chance; Coaldale Ro- tary Club, bingo; Catholic Women's League, bake sale; Coaldale PytMan S i s t e r s are assisting with a project; R. I. Baker Junior High School Stu- dents Union, sponsor a shooting gallery. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING, Vemon Decoux, Rep., Phont at COALDALE Bring the whole family and see all the fun: Dunk Tank Fortune Telling Raffles Fish Pond Bingo Displays Kissing Booth Bake Sale Pie Throwing Games of Chance and lots more. RETAIL STORES OPEN Till 9 P.M. SATURDAYS PURITY FLOUR 20 99' With Order Colgate Toothpaste large Sin ONIY W- MARTINS IGA PHONE 345-3933 HANS aOTHlNG TAILORS AND CLEANERS PHONE 345-3433 LADIES' DRESSES 20% OFF FREE ALTERATIONS GRAHAM'S GARAGE YOUK SHEU OIL and GOODYEAR TIRE DEALER COMPUTE MECHANICAL REPAIRS To all can, (rucks and tractors FLUID TIRES REPAIRED Phone 345-3082 Pknk Hams ATM SPECIAL Ib. "ffW... ECONOMY TOM-BOY PHONE 345-3455 Hazel Bishop Cosmetics Vi Price COALDALE PHARMACY DRUGS and STATIONERY Phone 345-3277 SHORT STOP BODY SHOP Box 1121 Phont 345-3322 HOT A LITE DEALER BODY WORK GENERAL REPAIRS WILDING Open I a.m. to i p.m. MONDAY thru SATURDAY Far Residential and. Commercial Construction CONTACT KLASSEN Construction SERVINC SOUTHERN ALBERTA IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 2309 20th SI. COALDALE 345-3205 ROBINSON STORES COALDALE Phone 345-3274 SPECIAL VALUE! MEN'S PERMA PRESS DRESS PANTS 30% OFF REDEKOP CONSTRUCTION ITD. 7120 20th St. 34S-3044 GENERAL CONTRACTORS NEW HOMES and REMODELLING MHUMNG LOTS AVAILABLE HERB'S INSURANCE RIGHT INQUIRE NOW Phone 345-3752 or 345-4311 YAMASAKI PUMP POWER FREE ELECTRICAL ESTIMATES BEN'S ACCOUNTING SERVICES ACCOUNTING AND TAX RETURNS Phone 345-4344 COALDALE, ALTA. BILLS ELECTRIC Nr all hrpn tkctrical wiring COMMERCIAL RESIMNTMl FARM SM nil's ElECTtrC at COALDALI Plwnt COALDALE ROYALITE GO RIGHT WITH ROYALITE FIRESTONE end GOODYEAR TIRES 345-3293 COALDALE MEAT MARKET 'MEATS and QUAVITY GROCERIES' Cuttinf and Wrapping for Ucltir or LOCKERS FOR RENT MfF SOtD IY SIM OR QUARTER 345-3091 Coaldale Lumber Products ON HIGHWAY NO. 3 345-3015 OLYMPIC STAIN Whik Stvck lasts 10.45 fil. 6AI.........'-. REXALL Ic SALE Low's Pharmacy virawARY wmss-otm AT.. Phem 34544M si oe DOWN J (irKlvding taxes) NU-MOOE HOMES ITD. hat land ovcitabk In Town of They offtr opportunity ef owning your home for as DOWN and PR MONTH INCLUDING TAXES Phew 327-1130 or for further Information NU-MODE REALTY ILAMCHE DAVIDSON ALUtT JTUCKART M7-4036 FRANK GfMMIl 377-1 ;