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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Ju 1971 THE irHBRIDC! HfHAlD 1 COALDALE (HNS) The Barons-Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: COALIIURST: Tuesday, Aug 3 in the Royal Canadian Le- gion Hall from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABEll: Tuesday, Aug. 3 in the health unit office in the Ad ministration Building from 10 a.m. ti 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARN WELL: Wednesday, Aug. 4, in Uie school from 1 to 3 p.m. IRON SPRINGS: Wednesday, Aug. 4, in the school from to p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Aug 5, in the health unit office (up stairs in the Town Office Build- ing) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Aug. 5 in the health unit office in the ad ministration building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. GRASSY LAKE: Friday, Aug. 6, in the Chamberlain School from 1 to 3 p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at all clinics freu of charge. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388; Taber 223-3911. Midnight event postponed BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass Poo! Project Committee has an- nounced that the midnight frolic scheduled for Ihe Cole- man arena this weekend has been postponed. Proceeds from the dance are earmarked for the pool fund and participating dance band; were to provide the music with out charge. The committee has announc ed that plans for the Bavarian Beer Garden to be held later this fall are progressing, a! well as plans for the gian bingo to be held to raise funds for the pool project. The pool fund is growing ra pidly and this week chairman of the Recreation Board, Don Dececco of Blairmore, receive! a cheque in the amount of from Seigelaars Hardware in Blairmore and another from the Calgary Crowsnesi Pass Reunion Club. Coleman representatives o: the Pass Pool Project Commit tee will be soliciting donations for the pool in the near future and since, it is impossible for the group to contacl everyone persons wishing to d o n a b should send their donations l( the Pass Pool Project Commit tee, Box 99, Blairmore, o phone Dr. Victor Martinez a 563-3538 or Fred Macleod a 563-3515 and donations will bi picked up. Ednioiilou post MAGRATH (HNS) Mr and Mrs. Robert McClung and family have moved to Provo Utah for the summer but wil return to resid' in Edmonton ir the fall were Mr. McClung wi] be a seminary co-ordinator fo the Latter Day Saint Church The family was honored at farewell service here recently FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO COACH PETER MAINZER AND HIS WINNING GIRLS MAINZER, LEFT, RECEIVES TROPHY FROM GELDERT COACH NEUFELD, FAR RIGHT, WITH CHAMPS Baker-St. joes are champs after frantic hitting hinge House builder hits realtors CRANBROOK (Special) Cranbrook's three real estate firms have come under fire front independent contractor Frsd Cawte, well-established resident of many years, and formerly painter-decorator. He incorporated his home building firm several months ago and since then has been unable to buy any construction locations. He has asked city council what can be done to make lols available. Council suggested he take his complaint up with the federal government. The city's three realty firms have reported they offer al- ready a choice of 17 builders for construction in thsir various separate serviced sub-divisions. Mr. Cawtj! claims their own- ership of these sub-divisions ex- cludes private building. Rapid city growth, coupled with the hieli cost of providing essential services of access, reads, water, sewrr and power, has resulted in large parcel de- velopments toward as close a concentration as legally possi- ble of individual homes. This has skyrocketed land prices, which arc held firmly in the realtors' hands. Engineered realty sub-divi- sions are built around "key- holes" and crescents toward utilizing every square inch of property and still remaining within building code minimum requirements of area and space between dwellings. Magrath birthday party labelled best on record MAGRATH (HNS) Ma-, gralh's 72nd birthday celebra- tion was acclaimed one of the best on record with a large crowd watching the hcur-long variely parade. The Magrath Cardston School Band entertained be- ore the parade and during the recession, and was an instant Parade winners included the lorm Cook family in the lam- y section, Bank of Montreal i the commercial section, econd Ward S. S. in fraternal, in the club section and Ray iennett in the decorated car ection. In the children's parade, lobbie Pashuk placed first in ie tricycle section with Gayla Arndt first in the bike class, lie Weight Watchers, com- and Roberta Faye Marie Rodgers took top honors in the ovelty section while the besl- ecorated group was the Flow- r Power group, made up of 'ally and Kathy Bourne and By MARY TYMBURSKI Herald News Service COALDALE A most suc- cessful season of junior Softball and intermediate baseball, sponsored by the southern re- gional recreation board, recent- ly concluded with a tournament and winners were announced. JUNIOR SOFTBALL Girls: The Baker-St. Joes team, coached by Mrs. Peter G. Martens defeated Ihe David- son-Readymade team in a fi- nal score of 31-14. George Mu- rakami was the coach for the second team. Boys: The Baker team beat Ihe Readymade team in a 24 to 14 score. Herman Nuefeid SAVE TO 60% UP TO OU7o ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT IIMUTB UFFLER INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 509 6th Avenue South I coached the winners and Nor- man Ober the losers. Girls: Baker, St. Joes base- ball learn coached by Peter M a i n z e r defeated McNally coached by Mrs. Lynn Lengyel with a score of 38 to 28. Boys: Dean Cofell coached the winning Red Sox to defeat the Dodger baseball team coached by Randy Patcy 7 to 6. Trophies were awarded by the board to the winning teams. Coaldale recreation office offi- cials report much planning and many volunteers and players were involved in Softball and baseball to result in success. A round of thanks goes out to all who assisted in any way. The various leagues were comprised as follows: junior Softball league. 12 teams made up of 200 Grades 5 and 6 boys and girls. Volunteers were busy scoring, limping, driving and coaching the children. The boys played 28 games while the girls played 12. Girls teams were McNally, Bake r-Sl. Joes, Davidson- Rcadymade and Sunnyside. Boys teams were Ready- made, Davidson Y, McNally, Hardicville, Baker, St. Joseph's and Davidson X. Coaches were Mrs. Peter G. Martens, Ccorge Murakami, Carolyn Malkas, Jean Fificld, Donna Pavan, Dick Kerbcr, Herman Nciifcld, .lack Twitch- en, li. A. Baird. Marilyn Fil Foder and Steve Tokariuk. In the intermediate boys an girls league there were fiv teams, three for the boys anc two for the girls. Boys teams were Red Sox Dodg.ers and Giants. Girls teams were the Baker St. Joseph's and McNallv. Coaches were Mrs. Lyni Lengyel, Peter Mainzer. Rand; Patey, Bill McGrath and Dear Cofeil. There were 75 boys and girl from grades 7, 8 nd 9 partici paling. The boys played eigl games during the season whil the girls played six. Member sought TABER (HNS) The Tabc Recreation Board is currentl advertising lor a volunlce me hi b e r to the recreation board to fill tits vacancy let by Mrs. Elaine Karras wb has moved from Taber. Th appointment will IKS made a the next meeting of the towi council. Also approved by the town council was the completion o electrical and other conncc lions to the Taber Coinmunil; Centre auditorium air condi tioning units which were inslal led during the construction The cost was estimated at Ii80, and comparative bids wer )rised of LeRoy .asmussen and IAMBOHEE for some By CA. Weekes Spell it out unique. This exchange lads and leaders in the 5th Alberta Jam- boree at Camp Woods. It's a picture of lake, trees, canvas and colorful displays at almos'. every camp gate. The waterfront alone would remind anyone of pyramid building in the days of the Fharoahs canoes, sail- boats and swimming. Beneath all the apparent frenzy lies Ihe every-busy ciimp staff: Kitchen, quarter- master stores and mainten- ance. The cooking fire smoke rises above the gaily coloured pup len'.s and the few build- ings. Who all are in tliis gay hie of Woods? Allicila Scouts and leaders from north to south, east to west Bri- tish Columbia with its Centen- nial flags Manitoba, Sask- Frencli and English is of de- cided benefit to all parties and a lot of fun besides. Included in the weeks activi- ties are expeditions to Nordegg, a gas-absoiplion plant near Rocky .Mountain House and the Red Deer Fair. Al Oeming was a guest one evening in the camp. Daily displays of forestry, fire-fighting equipment are held, aerial water bombing and dropping of equipment drew a huge crowd. Camp fires are part of every evening with lusty songs, skits, and yarns. Mug up around the fire and the weary camper crawls into ready sleeping bags. Gradually over the entire camp falls the quiet of night. Good Hunting to all! Terra, Roxannc, Shelly and Brian O'Connor. In the horse section, Cliff Peterson of Lethbridge won the best-decorated horse and rider over 16 class with Mr. and Mrs. S'nu'.h Ackroyd in an 1899 buggy winning out in the best couple category. Heidi Schmidt won the best horse and rider under 16 class and the novelty award went to the James Dudleys. The best decorated child was Gordon Taylor. A number of people took part in a program in the Ele- mentary School with Mrs. Don Johnson in charge of proceed- ings. klcliewan particularly I'rincc Albert Ontario with Sud- bury and Hamilton, and Ka- puskasing right on beam. Ycllowknlfc, Fort Simpson and Coppermine represent the Northwest Territories' The two largest groups on duty are waterfront and secu- Program and sub-camp staffs are busy from dawn to very la'.e evening. The camp is divided into five subcamps named after Indian BACK FROM MISSION MAGRATH (HNS) Eider Dennis Dahl has relumed from a two-year mission in Scotland for the Latter Day Saint Church. Sacrement ser- vices in Scolland were directed by his father. Bishop Mark Dahl of Magrath First Ward. tribes Blackfoot, Cree, Sarcee, Stony and Koolcnay. Camp Chief is Jack Purdie, Alberta provincial commission- er. With him are Scout exeu- live Don Dick, Denny May and among the oldtimer's H. B. (Harry) Holloway and Frank McCoy. Kim Whittaker 82 years youni Banff Trail Ride. Prominent in the Jamboree Camp is the fine contingent from "La Belle Province.'' Quebec. Thanks to these boys, scores of Jamboree swappers and collectors have themselves decorated with tiny Bon Homme figurines, decidely ,g in after the Name Ikebuchi deputy mayor TABER (HNS) Taber .own councillor George Ike- buchi has been elected deputy mayor of Taber for the final three months of the p r e s e n t council's mandate August, September and October, suc- ceeding John Malinsky in the town's secord top position. The positions of mayor and all members of council become Ihis fall for Ihe Octo- ber 13 elections, for which nomination day is the third Wednesday in September, the 15th. Council also appointed Nick Malinsky to the Municipal Planning Commission, other members being chairman Pe- ter L i n d q u i s t and Bernard Kerkhoff. Mr. Malinsky suc- ceeds Robert Newell on the Commission. In connection with the Octo- ber elections, the town has agreed to continue its practice of conducting the elections for Taber Separate School District on a cost basis. Brewed from the choicest hops and malt and pure Rocky Mountain spring water Welcome to Heidelberg Welcome to the taste of Heidelberg! So bright, so lively, so brimful of flavour it brings more enjoyment to your drink- ing pleasure. Welcome to the quality of Heidelberg! Heidelberg is brewed from only the best ingredients ...the finest golden barley malt, the choicest high prime Hallertau hops from Bavaria...and pure natural Rocky Mountain spring water. Take your thirst to Heidelberg today. You'll get a happy welcome that will never wear out because every glass of Heidelberg is as crisp and satisfying as your first. gas, Ian Uico, Norm Obcr, Al' requested by the council. So much more to enjoy ;