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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Pipeline endorsement adequate at present SPARWOOD (HNS) The lands manager for Shelpac ol Canada has reported the en- dorsement granted by the Re- gional District of East Koolenay on a planned coal slurry pipe- line "should be adequate for present requirements." D. F. Norrls, In a letter to the RDEK board, said he fore- sees no problem in changing the right-of-way at certain spots. He said his company will con- tact the board before attempting to get any kind of interest, in- Adult education interest high at Elkford says Ray Hughes NATAL, Hughes, director of adult education for School District No. 1 said courses announced at the beginning of October have begun and many more are planned. Mr. Hughes expressed disap- pointment in the lack of res- ponse and Interest from Spar- wood residents. He said interest is running high in Elkford, due partly to the efforts of two Elkford resi- dents who are helping set up programs. Mrs. Claude Bleaney, who is Oldtimers meet NOBLEFOHD (HNS) Bar- ons, Noblcford and Monarch Senior Citizens Club, (the viewed films recently in the Noble Central School audi- torium. Leonard Halmrast of Leth- bridge, president of the Leth- bridge Senior Citizens' Society, introduced Alex Johnson of the Lothbridge branch of the Al- berta Historical Society. He showed slides picturing the early south history. A film on the Whoop Up trail was showed by Carley Stewart of Lethbrldge. School pupils saw the presen- tations earlier in the day. The Zanoni Family entertained. on Elkford recreation commis- sion, is an organizer of possi- ble courses in Elkford. Cliff Worthy is teaching the first course to begin there, blue- print reading and sketching. He is assisting in setting up an adult education program. Six technical courses a-e planned for Fernle to begin in the next few weeks. An experienced local electri- cian, J. Dujmovlch, will teach electrical code reading. This course will run for five weeks, two nights a week. In the spring there will be a more advanced 'course on the same subject for apprentice and journeymen electric! a n s and successful laymen from the first course. Starting Tuesday, Nov. 14, for journeymen and apprentice electricians, will be a course on industrial controls. Monday, Nov. 20, George Majic, Fernle lawyer, will give a lecture on wills and other legal matters. This one night event will be free end is in- tended for any citizens of any age. A course Mr. Hughes hopes will be attended by women, as well as men, is drafting. The course is being taught by a Kaiser draftsman. He feels stu- dents who finish the course will be qualififed for work in a drafting office. eluding easements, In lands within the RDEK. The board referred the mat- ter to its planner for recom- mendations on route changes and reconsideration by t h c board. Any board decision, based on the recommendations, will be referred to Shelpac. It wants to build a coal slurry pipeline from the Elk Valley to Roberls Bank. The board earlier said it agreed in principle with the Shelpac plan for a pipeline, pro- vided it does not unduly deplete the flow of the Elk River. Church filled to capacity at Champion CHAMPION The basement of the United Church here was crowded to capacity recently for the conclusion of "Church Week." Beginning with supper at 6 p.m. the celebration continued with a "Songs of the Gospel" hymn sing, including some spirituals, and the theme of the week "I'd like to teach the world to sing." The showing of missionary Elides on Korea, Hong Kong, and Nepal rounded out the good fellowship of the gathering. Special evening concerns In- cluded a visit and leadership from Rev. R. R. Mohr of the Canadian Bible Society, Cal- gary; from Rev. Helen Stover, United Church field worker, Calgary. In addition to free devotional literature, A n g 1 i c a n. United, and other church periodicals, the Church Calendar and the New Hymn Book, books on drugs and worship, the Bible Society provided in extensive display from which many titles I and Bibles were sold. Friday, November 10, THI LETHUIDOI HRAlO 3 Child COALDALE (HNS) The Barons Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: HAYS: Tuesday, Nov. 14, In the School from 1 to 3 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Nov. 14, in the Picture Butte High School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Nov. 14, in the health unit office in the ad- ministration building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Nov. 1G, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the town office building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABEH: Thursday, Nov. 1C, in the health unit office in the alministration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. HARD1EVILLE: Friday, Nov. 17, In the school from 1.30 to p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388; Tabor 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medi- cal health officer, urges par- ents to ensure their children are fully protected against con tagious disease and tooth decay. Information on venereal di- sease, a mounting health prob- lem, is fully confidential and readily available. Bingo tonight COALHURST (HNS) The Coalhurst Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion w hold a bingo tonight at 8 o'clock in the Legion Hall. Everyone is welcome. FOR COMPLETE BOOK PUBLISHING CONTACT TlicLcthhritipe Herald PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 3J7-3203 or 328-4411 COUTTS STUDENTS RUN OWN AFFAIRS Recently-elecled members ot Ihe Coutu Junior High School student union are, front row, Terry Tollestrup, president, and Kathy Dangerfield, secretory. Bock row, from lei h Elizabeth Lisowski, Grade 8 representative; teona Lodermeier, vice-president; Nancy Evers, Grade 9; Robbie Singer, treasurer; Brian Aman, itudent advisor; and Preston Regehr, Grade 7. Hacke Photo Mrs. Janet Grocutt spurs Brownies NATAL (1INS) At a re- cent meeting of the Sparwood Brownie Mothers Committee, a number of new members were welcomed info the group. Learn to volley STIRLING (HNS) -Volley- ball teams from the University of Lethbridge held a clinic here. Instnicfing were Miss Janic Schight, Miss Diane Lapcmere, Ken Gralgiss and Wayne Street. High school officials said it was a success. ANDY McALISTER Liberal Candidate in Crowfoot 1-vishes lo thank all those who supported him during recent Federal election. A special thank you It ex- tended to those who donated fundi, to our excellent volun- teers who put up tigni and distributed material, and la all others who helped In any way with thi campaign. Andy McAliller Crowfool Inserted by Ilia CROWFOOT FEDERAL LIBERAL ASSOCIATION It was held at the home of Mrs. Janet Grocutl. A pancake breakfast will be undertaken at a later date. A c ting District Commission- er Mrs. Pauline Cibulkn ap- pointed Mrs. Ines Galla as badge secretary lor the Elk- wood district. Silver spoons wove also pre- sented along with a vote ol thanks to past-president Mrs. Bcv Hulchinson and past-trea- surer Mrs. Elsa Nowotny. The presentations acknowl- edged the help and work of the two members to Ihe mothers committee during tlie past two years. Tlie next meeting will bo held at the home of Mrs. Pauline Cibulka Nov. 22. Raymond Legion plans services RAYMOND (I1NS1 Presi- dent Owen Wilbcck cf the Ray- mond branch of the Royal Ca- nadian Legion has annoLmccd orders of the day for (lie Re- membrance Day Service. The 10 a.m. chapel service will be held in the LDS Chapel from which nil will parade to the Cenotaph for the placing of wreaths. Mayor Tiobcrt Graham will deliver the oration for the chap- el service. Special music will be rendered by Douglas Cenic. soloist, and the Raymond Ladles irio coin- prising Lniirn Watson, Jcmv nlcn .Icnscn and Ethel Hlckcn. In the evening members o( the Legion and partners will meet at the United church for Ilio annual Iwnquct. Former pilot Mahlon Smith, who recently relumed from South Africa where lie wns with Canadian International Dcvi'lop- Horsepower rates seen for lakes SPARWOOD (HNS) The Regional District of East Koote- nay will ask provincial and fed- eral authorities for a ban against motor boats on Baynea Lake. The action follows a request from the Waldo Baynes Lake Community Club. Seeing a possibly difficult pre- cedent developing, Mayor Ver- non Uphill of Fernle suggested that someone take a look at all RDEK lakes and put a power rating on them. Aid. Don Sherllng of Cran- brook pointed out the British Columbia Wildlife Protective Federation is drawing guide- lines for relating the size of motor lo the size of tlie Jake. Director James Whiting of Kimberley saw a danger in al- lowing a group as small as the Waldo Baynes Lake Commun- ity Club control a recreation re- source. Sparwood arena seats 600 NATAL (HNS) The new recreation complex, off Pine Ave. in lower Sparwood, is nearly finished. The complex, completion of which is expected around Christmas, includes a partially finished skating arena and a finished community hall- Plans for the completed arena include concrete bleach- ers and wooden seats for a maximum seating of 600, four dressing rooms, four shower rooms, four washrooms, areas for "rinkrats" and officials' rooms, areas for penalty and timekeeper boxes, and team benches. ATTENTION FARMERS and RANCHERS FOR SALE AVAILABLE IN ALL SIZES -TREATED AND UNTREATED FENCE POSTS, POINTED OR ROUND -TREATED AND UNTREATED POLES. -TREATED AND UNTREATED SQUARES. -ROUGH LUMBER Contact: Mr. Andy Neumann Li Fevre Sales Ltd. In Receivership Yahk, B.C. Telephone: 604-424-5463 The world's greatest Peoples Jewellers Face it men, you can't go on. like this forever. She's getting a little fidgety and the time's getting near when you'll have to decide between the sweet taste of freedom and the greatest girl in the world. 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