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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thimclny, Novpmbri II, 1971 IHf LHHBRIDGE HtPALD 3 MINE RESCUE TEAM HONORED Tony Fumigalli, left, captain, Rcmo Ouorin, Gone Oswnld, Hall Chambcrlin, jasper Jones, vice-cap la in, and Louis Skrzyzata of I he Coleman Collieries Lid. Mine Rescue Team received achievement awards al a dinner held in the Palliser Hotel, Calgary, recently. Missing in iho photo is coach Jack Marconi. The team won the Canadian mine rcr.cuc team competitions held al Edmonton in Juno, ll is the second time the honor came to the Cc'eman learn. It won Ihc Canadian Championships in 1963 a I Pen lie ton, B.C. Vern Decoux Photo New industry forecast for Tab j r n.-' .'iDO a big h Badminton COALDALE (RN'Si The southern regional rocrcalion board is attempting to organize a junior badminton club for young adults who are of hist) school age or older. Sessions will begin at the Kate Andrews lliph School au- ditorium here at p.m. Tuesday, Nov. Hi. Plans made ETZIKOM i UN'S i Mem- bors of (he Faith Sacrrd Hear! Catholic Women's league met at the homr of Mrs. ('harlot1? Herbst. A supper for nirmlx'rs and their families will be held a! tile Hoping Comrr.unily Centre Dec. 19. Proceeds from tin- Di- cember draw will be used tvi help purchase a rug for the church and the next meeting is Dec. 6 at the home of Miv. Eerniee llarty. J Nov. 17. in the hospital board i roam Adm dislrirt iniKt (tf his lii'i- (JrifFilhs lias brrn a inriiiiin- i'f tlr Wo- fnr many ihealha Amliiii-y, Eckvillc, Alt'f-riH, John. (lenrfir. Donald, ,'ili ranninp the Aden ;irca. and Mrs. i a r n o of Iron Sprinss, aiirf rii'pn fnr f hn were members nf I lie llopinp Woman's Ipsiitnie. In charge nf ihr hm.k table TABICK (HNS) Mayor A'1- i involved. Mi- did Imuevc'r Ihur II. Avt-ry the Taber il could mean an Club of the pos.sibilily of l.noo lo 1.500 in tlx> cruiimiin of a large industry itv r in Taber in the future "'Iherc is talk of a new in- rlustrv cojiiiny to Tabi.'r." said Mr. Avery. "and no doubt some of you already have heard ru- mors to this effect. While it j estimates of t.fjnri to work' seeir.s almost too much to hope I ers accurate, it for, council is doinK all lhai is j mean an added population of possible to gel the industry tojli.OOO to using the e.slablish here We hope itjof five people per family as an will 1 average. Mayor Avcry did not elabor-j This would mean that Ta- ate on what type of industry it j ber's population would at uoukl be, nor what people are double of its present Bill for dump vexes Coaldale I COALDALE (II.XS) Coal- dale council disputed arid would not accept Ihc liill from Ihc Le'.hbridge County 2ii for Ihr pstablishiner.l and 1 lion of a nuisance grourd.s to be jointly used by the county and town. It was expressed by council it bad not been consulted on ar- rangement for the grounds. The letter from the county in- dicated the town's share up lo Sept. 30. 1971. was It is a 40 per cent share for the town and tio per cent to be twn by the county. The yardstick ined to split the cost is based on population. The total cost was SI.-112. The biggest portion was for (he es- tablishment of a modified lard- fill and the fencing and con- struction of necessary landfill and the fencing and construe- !.io of necessary roadways, gravelling, and an aflerelanl's' shelter which tallied 099 was for attendant's wages. The county officials express- ed the need for an attendant. Council did not feel it was re- quired. Closing the nuisance grounds evenings and weekends was also a point which council said was not m the best interests I of the town. j Tlie amoiinl of Sl.TOi was UK total amount of nuisance grounds operations until Sept. 1971 Council was no! infonr.ed .Then, in addition, there uuulrl A.sla-d if he had anything Iri he an ineiea'e in Liner Irades Mv regarditiK Ihe ma'vor'.s an and lo provide Ihe nece.smos lor e.xlra people! required for Ihe new imlii-liT. to-ordmalor K'woe I'.dihl, "If Ihe should he. rqilierl. "Vo comment eomp a realty." Mr. A very I aKo mel lo L'or-inned. "il uill bring uilh il possible lo qualify problems for the i for federal [.'ovfrnnient '.'.'inter (oun. but these uotllfl simply i employment grants reer-n'ly have to be overcur.e." announced. Big in regional voters' iisl. Home and School clccls Mrs. (iliai'lc.s MAfiHATH i HNS i I're-.i- stoves which were obtained by (Inn Kalhy Mai'Callum too'-; the several years charge cl recent Home and ago but hoi l.'ndw-. have not School Association election- at k-en served to student.1, Ihe Mapralh Klemenlary Several recatlM when a hoi di-li of slew was server] in the New clficer; are: PicMdcnt. old jiuWic school 'without any .Mr.s. Charles modern conveniences! and thnr- idem, (Jlen Fletcher: seere- ouglily enjoyed bv farm siu- lary Ireasinvr. Mrs Gartii dents u ho provided their ova VeaJo ti'ansportation to school. Twenty parenh Teachers Miga-ied ar.d decided lo Cnuld be se1 ne-.t gale Ihc availabiliu of milk in bleachers where lunch i- eat'-n cup containers for those who Pnncipa] J. Hamilton will lunch lo school Almost I'o'i inquirie' stndcnK would be involved. I, A ,0 br Mrs MaeCalUun: Mrs Jean of CRAXBHOOK Principal Dusan Tadey of Parkland Elementary Junior i Secondary School which over pupils (irades 7 to K'. deplores test big a lout; I uilh most people of good will. i but also believer the principal j function of sehools i.s eriucalinn. Hip second j nf Ihe Aniehitka protest by m a r- of his pupils at 1 downtown media offices, he re- ports asking an earnest Grade 7 shidenl just whal he was prn- i testing. The father s; art led i youngster looked at Uie near- est towii-bouiKl fellow-protester and responded with some wor- ;ry: "Whatever it is he's pro-, i teslinc." Los< of ;J rfay and a hsl! of for uf prolx'bl- ci's. didn't return aftrr llieir various rallies, was re- 'ported by Mr. Tacky. i These Are The Letlilnidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area MAGRATH MRS. MILDRSD MARKER MA5INASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUEUER MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXISE HANSON P.O. Box 97 P.O Bor 329, Milk P.O. Box 61 P.O, Bui 314 Gen. Cpulnet thcsp ptpopm tor yeur District or Classified Advertising .1 L We invitn you lo fomc in niul lay-n-wciy one of Ihcso finn choirs for Chrisltnns dolivrry NOW whilr slock i-. coni- plolo! So Nice To Come Home To Christmas After Christmas After Christmas! ill' SIlTfl bOlllll Phonp 32X-8570 OPtN Till 9 P.M. 1IIURV Cnpilol! U C. FIVE STAR k CANADIAN RYE WHISKY J05EPH E. SEAGRAM a SONS LIMITED WATERLOO, ONTARIO, CANADA 25 01. The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. Seagram's FIVE STAR C anada s largest-selling rye whisky. Blended holilrd hv Jn.-i'ph t A: Sons Ltd Onl. ;