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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Novtmbir TXI IITHMIDOI MiMLD Miss Gilbertson wins ton awards i BOW ISLAND Miss Joan Gilbcrtson of flow Island re- ceived ''highest Ihi'ory" and "general proficiency1' awards at the recent :i7lh annual grad- uation exercises of Ihc Alberta School Hospital at Red Deer. Silo won a deprce in mental deficiency nursing. It is (he second consecutive year she has won these awards. She was also class valedicto- rian. Miss flilbcrtson is employed at the Alberta School Hospital. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Gillrcrt.sun, she look all her schooling at Bow Island. Hospital survey likely in Sparwood J L SPARWOOD (HNS) spring the Bri Columbia son stated at a meeting of his board recently that the idea of diagnostic treatment centres _______........ had yet not been proven, and _a survey of hospital needs in the survey will be carried out in area 'if a request is made for j the spring, when requested, one. which will give a better idea of Hospital Insurance .Service re- search division will carry out a what facility will be required for the Sparwood area. BJakic assigns tasks COALDALE (IINS> The Also needing attention Is lltr newly elected Coaldale town i proposed development of a council was sworn inlo office trailer site, recently. The five year general plan, The following committee prepared by the Oldman Itivcr- poinlinenls were annuunceil by Uegional Planning Commis- tlie mayor: sion, will be studied, discussed Public works: Mr. Km and and adopted. Mr. Martens. Mayor Blakie also said the Water and sewer: Mr. Foxall: Sport'splcx project needs more and Mayor Blakio. publicity and more fund-raising Employees and salaries: Mr. projects. Council may have to! The decision is the outcome o[ talks between representatives of BCHIS and the East Koote- nay Regional Hospital District, i i spring was school iviln paint will be avail- READY FOR ACTION Coaldde's new town council: front row, from left; Mrs. Erna Goerlzen, Mayor A. F. Blokie and Herb Fletcher. Back row, from led: Peter Lc.kem.nn, Abr.m Ens, Ear, Foxcll, John Gos.en and U'tkemann, Mr. Foxall, Mr. consider more financing on the Km and Mayor Blakic. level. Firo and ambulance: Mr. ____.....-.___ I Martens, Land development and Mayor Blakic. Mr. Utkcmann i loiHC.S SllcH'k 1 and' Mr. Foxall. Police commission: Mr. Lctkemann and Mrs. Goerlzen. Library: Mrs. Ciocrlzcn. Green Acres Foundation: Mrs. Goertzen. Eeonoinic development com- mission: Sportplcx construc- tion committee: anil southern regional recreation board: Mr. Martens. COALDALE (HNS' Topics for discussion were cited as the reason for a good turnout at the Coaldale Home and School j Association meeting. Topics dis-; cussed were (lie question of; whether sex education or lam-: Coaldalo trail pond and park h] Ufc cducation be development: Mr. Fosoll and ht in snioking Mr. Ens. among the youth. the 1971 ccnsu able. EKRHD officials set up Uic meeting following tilks with Uic board of Lire Michel-Natal hos- pital. The board had been advised some time ago that the hospita] at Michel would be phased out when a new hospital was built at Fernie. However, since that Charges to be pressed Scoutcrs organize COALDALE (IINS) TABER (HNS) Charges are to be pressed against sev- eral youths who used red_ and blue spray paint night to time the "hospital 'board and i Barmvcll school attempting in many ways to comments. cans Hallo- decorate the with crude have a at Spar- wood or in the Kpr.rwood area. It is felt that the great in- crease in population growth in the Spanvood and Elk Valley area that agreement is general within the BCHIS, that Barnwell store building was similarly disfigured. So decided" the trustees of Taber school division during this week's meeting, when it was agreed to press charges in or- der "that the individuals re- property belonging to the gen- eral public." The division's maintenance supervisor William Malinsky told that board that the clean- up work would cost more than Crude and slanderous terms had been sprayed on brick, cement, stucco, and wooden even within lie BCHIS, that V some, hospital facility i.- needed. EKRHD Chairman Stan Swim course STIRLING (HNS) Valarie Htrsche, a local lifeguard and Special service MONARCH special youth sen-ice will be held at the Monarch Reformed Church swimming teacher, is enrolled on Nov. 14 at and the with the recreational board of topic will IK "Is this all that 'jesus Christ is, a Superstar: An invitation has been extende" those interested to at- Lethbridgo receiving inslruc-1 Jesus Christ is, a Superstar __ tion that will qualify her to teach all Red Cross and R.oyal to all Life Saving swimming courses, tend. Chamber election COALDALE of officers for the Coaldale and District Chamber of Commerce will take place at 8 p.m. Wed- nesday, Nov. 10 in the Coaldale Fire Hall. Outgoing president John Ite- dckopp reports an entire new executive is to be elected. He urges tlie public to give their sup'por tso that the cham- ber can be completely rebuilt and become a strong organiza- walls of the school as well as a building located on the school grounds. RCMP constables, workjng with an eye witness report by a local businessman, quickly rounded up, questioned, and ob- tained confessions from several Taber and Barnwell youths re- sponsible for the act. At the Hays school, prank- sters used red spray paint to decorate a number of windows in the school, three of which were broken by rocks. tion once a Plan supper COALDALE chick en supper sponsored by the Sunbeam Sewing Circle of the Coaldale Mennonite Conference Church has been set for to 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 26 in the church basement. Proceeds will go towards missions. health unit Insurance; board: Mr. Gosscti. of Carol Festival committee and he'll be assisted by George I Lister, Harmcn van der Lee Cemetery planning: Mr. Gos-1 ard Hunlrods. sen and Mayor Blakic. Finance arid budget: entire CuVa'nd'Scout movement here i u appear, lo be in high gear e! wil 55 youths registering Mill) the; aFspecial mcetirg to be held at p.m. Monday, Nov. 1, Couple heads Hoc red TA1JEK IINS i Mr Mrs. Gordon o[ Taller we're re-clertcr: [iresidenl'', the. annual nf Ihe TaheMVarner Social Credit Constiluency As1 ot-iation and il.s Women's Auxitiry held here. The attending Ihe mr-n'i meeting elected four represent- ative Heece of Milk liiver. Willard Paxman of Raymond. l''refl Melicdan of and Anton Hubf of Coaldale. Rich ard liobinton of Taber Is Hie group's secretary. Fifteen delegates In attend the provincial leagues annual meeting were named. Thn meeting lakes place in Calgary November 19 and 20. The women named Olive .lohnMin as dcnl, Mrs. Gcraldine Campbell secretary, and Mrs. Ann Bog- den treasurer. Mrs. Saunders president, Mrs. 'Hiomas Hopkins and Mrs. Virginia Jensen are delegates to the women's provincial meeting nt Calgary nn same dates. The j Coa'ldale Cub Pack and 10 in the First Coaldale Seoul Troop. Tiey'll meet every Monday night in the Scout 'Hall. Cub master is Keith Jorgensen as- sisted by leaders Walter Isaak, Jake Andres and Doug Foxall. Scout master is Duncan Lloyd assisted bv Ron Born. fine SPARWOOD (IKS i The Sparwood detachment of the ssisicu uy nun oum. ROMP has advised that the op- j The Mennonite Men's Club is i eration of power-operated snow vehicles on roads is illegal and that a fine of will be 1m- of the j group the sponsoring body Scouts and Cubs and conimittce in charge of the j posed for such a violation. movement is made up of David No warnings will be given. Dyck, chairman, Peter m'ann. Jake Andres. 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