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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta COALDALE (II N S) The Barcns-Eureka Health Unil is sponsoring Lho followine infant and prc-scliool clinics: TAI1UR: Tuesday, Aug. 31, in Ihe health unit office in Ihe Administration Building, from Id a.m. to 12 noon and 10 4 p.m. W c (I n c s day, Scpl. 1, in tlw school from J to 3 p.m. II10N SPRINGS: Wednesday, Sept. 1, in Ihe school from (a p.m. C'OAI.DALK: Thursday, Sept. 2. in the heallh unit office, (up- stairs in the town office build- ing) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TAIIKK: Thursday, Sept. 2, in the health unit office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to p.m. II ASS Y LAKE: Friday, Sept. 3, in Hie Chamberlain School from 1 to 3 p.m. Fluoride tablets arc available at all clinics tree of charge. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coalciale 345- Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, parents (o ensure (heir children arc tully protected against conta- pious disease. Informalion on programs is available at any of the above clinics or at the heallh unit. Friday, Auqusl 27, 197! THE IE7HBRIOGE HERAID 3 INSPECTING PEST DAMAGE Canadian Sugar Factories Lld.'s general ogricullunsl John W. Hall, left, discusses wilh general manager Dwigbt W. Purdy roo] maggol dam- age lo sugar beets during a recen! field tour on the farm of Tony Sajferl norlh of Cran- ford. Watching over (heir shoulders are John Vaselenak Coaldale growers' director and Burns W. Wood, vice-prssidsnl, Taber. At ibe exlreme light is Ronald Lane, director from Bow Rcss Gibb Photo 'Lamaniie lo perform at ration' l spread t'r.e ''Try i'Ui Kindness." "Put a Lit- Lnvo in Your Heart" and ,'''k in Magistrate hears fewer court cases TABER (HNS) The depar- ture of mipraiit boot workers from dislrict was followed by a sharp decline in magis- trates cor.rt prosecutions from .Juno lo July IP .Juno, prosecutions number- ed 1W and in July while in June 10] drunks were housed ovmijghf in loun police- cells as compared wilh. 51 in -July. Of the II Criminal Code cases, four were for caiv-ing wilful dnmape to property, four of causing n disturbance in ,1 public; plr.co. and one each of Ihcfl, common assault, and committing an indecent act Jalicr case inroJvcd a local ynutJi under Ihe influence of drugs who, in a family argu- ment, jumped through a win- dow in (lie house and proceed- ed down the street ''sans cloth- ing." Speeding made up Ibe bulk of -11 highway traffic acl infrac- tions. Police a con I imiinp crackdown on (hose insisting' on perking improperly. Liquor offences brought into' court dropped from 48 in June lo 10 in July these in addi- tion lo Ihe 51 noted above re- ceiving free beds overnight. Police im'Mlificilcd ifi molor vehicle accidents during I he past month, half of which wen1 under Ihe damage level Five minor injuries were re- ported, along with a figure of SM55 as Ihe lotal property dam- age resultant from the acci- ueiils. cases of breaking, en- tering and theft of small sums of money from two business es- tablishments were unsolved at the month-end. A car theft case was solved before it was report- ed lo police, (he patrol car hav- ing slopped the stolon vehicle for a traffic infraction when the arrcsl was made. CARDSTON (IINS) A lour-, al'rnd from Unilfd din- ing Bripham Young Univcrsily Columbia. Kl Ealva- cnLerlainment group is scht-d- Giif.Lamala, Mexico and lo visit Cmlslon Stpl. 2. Gtficralion" The ''Lamamlc Genoiv.lion." a group of 32 American Indian sUulenls. vill present an ning of fnniily entertainment of, hearl-u arming songs and danc- j Tiry will bo" aL I he E. J, iiip from Mexico, Polynesia and aiidilo'-inm in Cardslon the Indian rcscrvaiions. j; pjni -j-Jie .show is being There are Indian Ihe Aiberia Stake enrolled at. tJie university. Thcv of l.hfi LDS Cliurcli. Fire slill under Ml} scrulinv TABER (HXS The South- ei n AllKTla Association will ho.'d wind-up banquet a( the Taber Centre auditorium Saturday, Oct. 23. says Vance Jensen. will hi: cocktails aL C p.m. and dinner at 7 p.m. The p'T.-ciilalion ol six sad- j lo high point winners in the will lake p'lize. Dancing uill conclude the eve- ning. COALDALE (HXS) Ne- gotiations arc conlim'.iDC for a conl rat11 for lire pro- tection services in Ihe toun of Coaldale and the Cuimiy of Lethbridge wilh thf Cnaldab Volunteer Fire Brigade nii- swcrJJig DIP County officials Harold Du- pen. Miro Tome-fa Ric-lv ard recently council to Jan rcjccled The proposal uns to go to (ha brigade for its considera- tion. councils will arso give it CL.4RKSHOLM (HXS) A furlher debate before a dcci- bylnw wlirh would have banned sinn. the iif fingernail polish re- Prom the dh cushion indica-' mover clhcr suhslEiices re- were ftuorahlr: it will re- feiTcd lo as "stift lo persons under III years of age without parents' consent wns ct h u pro'.co'.ion co.sls will in- CTC- ;c, Triis' was the ni seme in cr-ining in iinniTfliaKj dcff Hied by (own council re- cently. The vcic was ftr.T acainst and Cabfeviston RAYMOND (MN-S) -Tlieri- is a possibility flnymnml u ill have, c a bit-vision in the very nc.ar fnliirc. Sixteen men organized a fact-finding com- mittee as lo costs and u hich i-i.sion .slations Dial may be n't'p.ivcd on .sel.s. One of (he initial .sd'ps is to learn what signs arid siynals arc over town. An air flight for the lesls is scheduled for this People inleresled in Irv- ing mure Ihan livo leifvision stations now serving I he area slioi'.'d contact A. G. Evans. Police commission COALDALE (HXS) The Alberta attorney general's de- partment recently informed Mayor A. F. Blakic of the offi- cial appointment of Peler Lct- ksmf nn. Herb Kla.ssen and Bergen lo Ihe Lov, n lice commission. Appointed earlier were coun- cillors Mrs. Erna Goerlzen and Hans Pfeffcl. J-Jerb Fletcher i.s .secrelan1. This commission will con- tinue working on ing an architect prepare plans for a police building to cost no more than SOO.COO. Vacant buildings COALDALE (HXS) Town council is concerned about abandoned and neglected build- ings in Ihe bnsincss Councillors Hans Pfeffcl and Abe En.s uill see what can be done lo improve Lhe silualion. OviTiers can be fined if con- victed. Advance poll COALDALE (HNS) Voters in Ihe provincial election have to Saturday Lo vote in the ad- vance poll behind the Coaldale 1 insurance office. Those wishing (o vote must 1 go to Mrs. Frank Gcertzen. en- umerator, a docv.ment so as to avoid voting Uvice. Invalids who find it diflicull lo mount, stau-s will find il eas- ier lo vole m the advance poll. Election day voting hours are 0 r. m. lo 8 p.m. Election day voting hours arc 8 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Ihe Coaldale Community Hall foi all I hose in at the incumbent mcmbM1 of will be the scene of Itop- Mirlary ir.i'us the Lcighlon Buck- (ing Club's annual two-day ro- dco. club president Lynn four miles et'sl, r.oilli up to Ibe well, wilh a lessor nurnfu-r di- River ffifl imlus j-ecled to sijuLli of Coaldale. j candidiite Dun LuGran- Idenr and candidate Dr. Drugstore closes COAUMU'J Low's I'l'Einnacy will close Any. Owner L'.'Kon IK-S op- erated this business fur the past 10 years. lie hay a posiiion ;is with Dtjug -Steed's Thrift way Drugs in Until row Coaklale had two drug stores. The remaining one is Coaldale Pharmrcy. Sells 3 acres CRANBROOK iSpuciaO Cranbrook Industrial Park com- mission has approved sale al j about S7.000 ;m acre, develop-' ment ensl, Ihroc acres in its J'Jia.sc 1. tcecJjsifln of IiKJu.s-, iriyl Head 1. This loaves a single unsold li-acksidc parcel in developed park area, and a .siding go in for the pivclKser. Discuss policy COALDALE I HNS) Pre- mier Harry Strom, Hon. Ray Speaker, minister of sot-ial de- veJfjpment eud Douglas Wilier, MLA for con- met mernhei's of town council lo discuss election promises and actual govern- ment policies on grants regard- ing recreation and oilier topics. 75 attend NOBLEFOUD (Special) A pclilical forum, sponsored by Unifarm, was held in the Noble- ford Legion Hall recently. There were people presenl to hear views of the candidates of the M.'icleod constituency. The meeting was moderated by William (Rill) local Unifarm representative. Most questions were directed More district on ae 11 S. J. Cornish. The show will be staged Sat urday and Sepl. 11 12. prior lo Ihe icing of Iho floor (or the .skating. Backs Sportplex COALDALE fJI.VS; Ilcvel Mulce Transit Mix of Ltlh- bridge recenlly presented a chr'iue of S-'JdO (o the CoaWaie Sport.sjilex Fund. The presentation was official- ly made by Bill Holmes, chair- man of the Sporlsplcx fund- rais'rjg cijujmillce, lo Mayor A. F. Blakie prior to a conn oil meeting. Golf tourney NOBLEFOPJ) (Special) A (wo-bfill (ournamcn: was held at the Kcho Park Golf Club re- i cenlly wilh Karl Lpng Belly Fia-cr learning up lo with a. tf.lnl of 100. They followed I closely by Krarl; Zanoni and: Kevin I.uchia wilh 10! and Tim Slolyn and Gray with 102. Indoor rodeo set TABER _ Taber's ccnlcc ice arena Fred BoJmet lop cowboy 7 (11NS) _ Al the remit first annual Etziknm .lar-k Pol JUidco held norlhea.st of rcizikom, Frc-d BohncL of Elk Water wa.s the all-round cham- pion cowbuy, Contestants entered from Taber, Fdmonlon, Many berries, Bindlo.ss, Ocek, Ncmi.s- cam. Mwik-inc1 Hat, Brooks, Skiff. Buffalo., Orion, Aden, LcLhbndgc and KairiKT. Irene Ward of Brooks was [lie winner of the pony saddle. Bill Schmidt of Tabor ajid Wayne Syvcrson of N'omiskiun judged Ihe compcthion Veni Arnold of Foremost as the announcer. BY BIDS TO SETTLE ESTATE App rox. 160 acres less acres for Irrigation main canoi. LOCATION: f, of Sec. 19, TS. 10, Range 23, W of 4 mile easl and 2 miles north gf Monarch or 2 miles west and 2 miles sourh of Nobleford or next farm north of Monarch Reformed Church This farm is only 2 miles norlh of No. 3 Highway and also 1 mile wesl of No. 23 Highway TERMS: 5% enclosed wilh bid (certified cheque) 25% on acceptance of bid and 70% at possession Oct. 30lh, 1971. All bids must be in by the 20th day of Sept., 1971. Highest bidder not necessarily accepted. This farm has 100 acros of choice drv land and approx. 50 acres of pasture. Wilh Ihu canal wnln'' available1 this would make an ideal place for a country homo on a hillside. CONTACT: PATERSON JACOBSON AND HUZIL 407 Holiday Village Phone 326-7781 Lelhbridge, AibLri-j. When we have a Sale you know it's good and this is Q good one so hurry in for the best buys. Csssts i' U'ZSiSiFSS Cimrds end lasl camp Til.AIIUlOrtR (CNP) The season's last Girl Forest Guard Camp tor junior girls, aged II lo was held Aug. II to II at Crci'K, lectures were given by Den- nis l.ammis (provincial ncrnic Arnold (fish and wild- and Larry (camp The girls participated in MVjimning, h i I; i u g, overnight camps, and running obstacle courses. Kun Tareou of Coleman u, 'is prcM-nlrrl will) a cerlifi- caie from the camp director fur aclliri'ing Hie most poinls on I lie course in 1971. supervisors were Don- na iinplicll, Maureen ai'.d Terri I'unip lins-ii-s wen- Hellv I.ou Cnylc .u. I Debbie ilr.s. A Kil.-ifllo and Mrs. A. of Coleinali were cooks, I Dress or Sport, regular to 12.00. SAtE 4.50 EACH OR ONE GROUP! SHOES Rcg- to 3S-00' SAIE' PAIR ONLY pT.Ji -'A LONG BELL SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS AND SWEATERS Reg. values lo 14.95. BALE, PAIR (NO ALTERATIONS) STRAW FELT HATS Reg. values to H.95. SALE, EACH WOOL AND DOUBLEKNIT SLACKS Reg. values lo 27.50. SALE, PAIR ONE GROUP COTTON T-SHIRTS Rc-g. lo 8.00. SALE, EACH.......... ONE GROUP SPLIT LEATHER AND SPLIT COWHIDE JACKETS Iclcnl lor buck lo school. Reg. values lo 55.00. SALE, EACH NYLON SHELLS Hog. lo 10.95. SALE, EACH GROUP 2 Reg. Values to 150.00 GROUP 3 A special group of quality Worren K. Cook Suils Reg. Values to 180.00 All Sales Cash and Final! No Refunds or Exchanges! Alterations Extra! Sorry we cannol provide our Usual quick service On all era- lions during fhc sale please allow extra lime! I MEN'S SHOP LTD. on FOURTH AVENUE ;