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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta COALDALE (HNS) The Barons-Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: COALHURST: Tuesday, Nov. 1, in the Royal Canadian Le- gion Hall from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday. N6v. 7, in the Health Unit Office, in the Administration Building, f-om 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday. Nov. 8, in the school from to p.m. VAUXHALL: Wednesday, Nov. 8, in the school from 10 am. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Nov. 9, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Nov. 9, in the Health Unit Office, in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. 12 noon and to 4 p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale, 345- 3388; Taber, 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are ful- ly protected against contagious disease and tooth decay. Infor- mation on veneral disease, a mounting health problem, is readily available and is fully confidential. Volleyball Bonnie Porter lines up sports tourney Saturday TABEH (HNS) Champion- ship volleyball is on dock. The third annual Soulhwcsl Conference Volleyball Tourna- ment will he held Saturday, Nov. 1, 1972, at the R. Myers High School, Tube--. Top teams from Vauxhall, Milk River, Winston Churchill, Stirling. W. R. Myers, St. Mary's. Taber, and Fort Mac- leod will participate. University of LcLhbridgc ref- erees will officiate. It will start at 9 a.m. savs Doug Finder of the F. P, Walshe School, Fort Macleod. Sawlog scale CRANBROOK Kootenay sawbg scale, for Nel- son Forest District, continues to hit peaks in the excellent de- mand and price situation for wood products. October scale was cubic feet, almost double that of the previous October. It brought to cubic feet the 10-month East-West Kootenay tally in 1972, com- pared with cubic feet for the corresponding peri- od last year. Spruce was the big species and the big gainer, doubling its total in October to cubic feet, with balsam second species and more than doubl- ing to cubic feet. Lineally scaled minor prod- ucts showed some increase with main item feet of poles and piles. By VERN DECOUX Crowsnrsl Pass 'Bureau BLA1KMORE Miss Bonnie Porter, recreation director- for the Crowsnest Pass recreation board, has rounded up activi- ties to be enjoyed. Young people aged six lo 12 will have activity classes in the Bcllevue McEachern School on Monday, Horace Allen School Colcman, Tuesdays; Isabella. Sellon School, Blairmore, Wed ncsdays; Community Hall Frank, Thursdays; and at Hill crest in the Community Hall Thursdays. A registration fee o SI.50 is to be paid for the fu'' eight weeks. Events begin at p.m. Badminton enthusiasts can enjoy a game in the fsabelle Sellon School each Wednesday at 8 p.m. Women's "keep-fit" classes are held in the Isabellc Sellon School Mondays and in the Hill crest Community Hall Wednes days. Classes begin at 7 p.m Women who want to play bas ketball can enjoy the sport in the Blairmore school at 8 p.m Mondays. An eight-week course in speed skating is being started at the Bellevue rink and will be held every Friday from 7 to 8 p.m. The fee is for the eight week course. Sessions in Karate are plan- ned for the future and interest- ed people may contact Bob Reeves at 563-3691 or Young Ho at 425-6957, Sparwood, for more particulars A free hockey coaches' clinic will be held in the Coleman arena Saturday, Nov. 18. H wil be instructed by George King- slon of the University of Cal- gary. A hockey referee clinic will be held in the Bellevuc arena Nov. 19 and Peter Luco of Lethbridge will be instructing. This clinic is free lo all who are interested. A women's day out is plan- noo and will be held in the Hill- crest Community Hall Monday, Nov. 6. It will feature food "buymanship" and the day out Nov. 20 will be on the popular art of funduing A baby sitting service is provided at both ses- sions which begin at p.m. Turning to minor hockey, registration fees are now being taken at (be Blairmore arena and fees have been set at SI for Mighty Mites and begin- ners; for Tiny Mites, Pee- wees, Bantams and Midgets; and girls Fees are to be paid to Ray Root at the Blairmore arena and must be paid by Nov. 4. Blairmore arena season tickets will be on sale until Nov. 15 and anyone using the arena must have a season ticket or pay day rates. Plans for arts and crafts courses are being made and I will be announced. Farm products road on way as extension of 64th Avenue By ROSS GinB Herald News Service TABER A town council commitment to farmers west and northwest of Taber for an alternate farm products road will be met soon. The road will extend 64th Ave. from 50th St. west along the north boundary of town one mile to the paved highway run- ning north from Highway 3 lo the Taber Provincial Park. Relocation of Calgary Power Ltd. poles west of 50th St. just ncrth of the town's mainte- nance shops, will be done. 'Caretaker of the year' to be named at Taber TABER (HNS) A "Care- laker of the Year" will be rec- ognized by tnislces of the Ta- ber school division. Tlie honor is an incentive to- ward improved housekeeping. It also stresses safety and fire prevention in schools. An inspection party will look over each school. It will look into the various achievements by caretakers. The team will include one trustee, building superintendent William Malinsky, Fire Chief A. W. (Bill) Lord, and Andy O'Toole of the fire commission- er's office, Lethbridge. The board expressed anxiety over requests of the provincial fire inspector's rcporl that cer- tain of the older schools lack equipment lo mcel regulalions. Deficiencies were noted in construction of doors and escape equipment which updat- ing will cost the division sev- eral thousands of dollars. Meet Monday COALDALE (HNS) The next meeting of tile Coaldale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary will be held at 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 6, in the hospital boardroom. Plans will be made for the fall tea and bazaar. All women are cordially invited to attend. Town and power company representatives met on tiie site oi the road which will have a slight offset lo meel present right-of-way locations. The road, built several years ago by Taber MD equip- ment on land purchased by the town, was lo accommodate gravel trucks hauling to the town's storage yards. The road is mostly impass- able in poor weather conditions and rebuilding is necessary to provide a year-round, all- weather thoroughfare. The rebuilding and gravelling ,.rocess will take Dlacc early in the spring by MD crews and equipment. Agreement was also reached lo postpone consideration of re- tendering for the south Taber irrigation water storage reser- voir until February. Regarding Ihe sewer line replacement and relocation north of the town boundary, council voted to proceed with soil testing. Consulting engi- neers are Reid, Crowther and Partners. Calgary. The work will be done by R. M. Hardy and Associates, Calgan' for "when their crews are in the district." FOR COMPLETE BOOK PUBLISHING CONTACT flic LctlilirulflC PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 or 328-4411 IRRIGATION SYSTEM FOR GOIF COURSE FOrl Mac- leod Golf Club Ices off on an underground iniuation system lo assure green greens and fairways in Ihe fulure, Oliver Industrial Supply of Calgary won the con- Iracl lo place feel of six-inch pipe from Ihe river to Ihe cense of iho course. Smnller pipe lo Ihe nine fairways will slrc-tch feel- Three holes will be moved lo lower ground, making il an easier course lo play. Swihart Photo planner Alfred Miller s; says job finished lie loaves the end of Novem- ber lo become a plnnning con- sultant with Victoria as his headquarters. Mr. Miller is the only profes- sional planner in tiie Koo- lennys. llo was w i I h planning staffs for Calgary cily and region; and for Ihe Peace Rivor region before coming Iwro. CKANHROOK (Spoci all- Alfred Miller, Regional District of Knsl Koolonny stnff planner since the post was established in May, has resigned. His reason is completion of llu1 function for which be was engaged mnpping of Ihe en- liie region nnd proparalion of zoning bylaws for nil elcclornl Areas. Friday, November 3, 1972 THE lETHBRIDOc HERALD J GOAL FULL OF GIRLS Four girls learn hockey at Fort Maciecd Cuppen, Sandra O'Sullivan, Susan Schwino'l and Sheryl Becker. They're among 80 young people attending the week-long hockey school and coach Reg O'Sullivan says they all have one thing in they love hockey. Swihart made nthol MILD ;