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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta COALDALE The Barons. Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre- school clinics: COALHURST: Tuesday, Oct. 6 in the Royal Canadian Le- gion Hall from to p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Oct. 6, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARNWELL: Wednesd a y, Oct. 7, -in the school from l to 3 p.m. IRON SPRINGS: Wednesday, Oct. 7, in the Huntsvile School from to p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Oct. 8, 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, Oct. 8, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. SHAUGHNESSY: Friday, Oct. 9, in the school from to p.m. Adults who have not received on additional feeding of oral polio vaccine should have one now. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against conta. gious disease. CLARINET RENTALS MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. 13th St. S. Phona 327-1056 Thur.dqy, Otttbtr I, THI LITHUIDGI HEIALD 3 READY, SET, GOI John Horvath is the driver of ihe first of 25 trucks lined up ot the Taber factory receiving scales. The station opened recently to receive the local 1970 sugar beet crop. The Horvath family has been raising beets since 1925 when the Ray- mond factory commenced operations. Gibb Photo Knapp Heads Coaldale Rotariaus COALDALE (HNS) Alton Knapp is the president of the Coaldale Rotary Club for the 1970-71 year. Others on the executive are: Len Scheibner, vice-president; Art Harris, secretary; and Ralph King, treasurer. Directors are Henry Kroeker, John Vaselenai nnd Les Hand- ley. The fourth director will be appointed soon. The club has 16 members. It is not oolicy of Rotary to recess for the summer months. Some difficulty is ex- perienced in keeping the meet- ing attendance up during these months, states Mr. Knapp. Nev- ertheless supper meetings are Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Decoux, Reiidtnt Rep., Blairmore Phone 552-2149 Zellerys 'SKILLET RESTAURANT MRS. PERDUE OLD FASHIONED BEEF STEW Cole Slaw String Boani Roll ond Butler Soup or ond Coffee. 99 HOT BEEF MEAT PIE Buttered Vegetables let- tuce ,dnd Tomato Orovy Roll and Butter Soup or Juice and Coffee. 99' BAKED FRESH MEAT LOAF Buttered Vegetables Mash- ed Potatoes Gravy Roll and Butler Soup or Juicv and. Coffee. 99' STEAKBURGER PLATE %-lb. Steakburger on Toast- ed Bun Lettuce and To- mato French Fries Piekli Slicej Soup of Juice and Coffee. 99' TAKE-OUT SPECIAL CHICKEN 'N CHIPS MACK ZELLER'S SKILLET RESTAURANT South tethbridge Shopping Centre on Mayor Mogralh Drive held every Tuesday at the Steak House in Coaldale. The Ooaldale Hotary Club a a Kate niidrews High School graduate annually. The recent winner was Ken Slemko. He is enrolled at the under- graduate College of the Univer. sity of Chicago. The club's other annual pro- jects involving the community are the Courtesy Clerk Contest, the Essay Contest for.elemen- tary students and Adventure in Citizenship for Grade II stu- dents at Kate Andrews. Win- ner of the latter along with others across Canada go to Ot- tawa. There they have the op- portunity to view Canada's cap- ital city and see the federal government first hand. The Annual Flower Garden Contest was concluded recently. LDS Church Youth Parley Looks At Temple Marriage By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER Two hundred LDS people in the 14 to 18 year age group participated in a youth conference at the Taber Stake Centre here recently under the direction of the Stake Aaronic Priesthood Youth Committee. Conference theme was "Youth Yesterday, Today and Forever." Four workshops were conducted on a rotation basis o 11 o w ing registration early Saturday afternoon. The youth were divided into four groups so that all could attend each workshop. President Owen Archibald spoke on preparation for temple marriage and continued family relationship. Ray Evan- son discussed the need to con- duct living in support of law, community betterment and church responsibilities. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brewerton of Calgary were guest speak- ers at Sunday morning ser- vices. A special meeting for girls was under the direction of YMMIA president Mrs. Myra Evanson, with Miss Dcnise Clark, Bow Island, conducting. Mrs. Dorothy Brewerton dis- cussed the guidelines of the church in preparation for the responsibilities p f adulthood and parenthood in a confused world where the "teachings of Christ are all but forgotten." President Brewerton of the Calgary Stake presidency told the young men in priesthood meeting of the expectations and requirements of participa- tion in missionary service and church leadership responsibil- ity. Following a sermon on gospel principles and their ap- plication early in life, nu- merous young people expressed their personal belief and con- viction during a testimony pe- riod. Recreation Workshop Saturday TABER (HNS) The Taber conference called by Youth regional recreation commission and the Taber recreation board are co-sponsoring a workshop all recreational agencies within the MD of Taber Satur- day, Oct. 3, in the municipal administration building here. The workshop will examine the recreation picture within the district. It will name dele- gates to attend the minister's Pat Tarraut Heads Council PICTURE BUTTE (Special.) The Junior High School Stu- dents' Council at S'L. Catherine's Separate School has elected the following for the 1970-71 school year: president Patrick Tar- rant; vice president Robert Chartier: and secretary Karen Cliistc. Social conveners will be Olga Fress, Debbie Boras and Ken Bulva. Sports conveners will be Sabina Slrxlkowski, Arnold Hol- cek and Marvin Bebek. Minister Tavlor for Edmonton bet. 16 to 18. Mr. Taylor has called the conference to provide an op- portunity for agencies and or- ganizations involved in recrea- tion throughout, the province to consider direction and scope of recreation in Alberta for the next decade. The Taber workshop will be- gin with registrations at a.m. followed by sessions from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. Those attending will discuss prenaration for desirable rec- reation programs both on the local as well as the provincial scene. A question period will con- clude the workshop. Name Dogcatcher COALDALE (HNS) W. H. (Bill) Pickering has been ap- pointed dogcatcber for the town. Councillor Ben Rcinicr, em- ployees committee, made the recommendation to council re- cently. Council agreed. Mr. Pickering has served as relief constable on the police force in the past. He now is called upon as police cells guard when the need crises. Complaints about dogf nrc forwarded to the police depart- ment. It contacls Mr. Picker- ing, Wins Ribbons FORT MACLEOD (HNS) Windy Sis, three year old appaloosa owned by Roy O'Sul. livan of Fort Macleod, placed first in the costume class and third in the open halter class at the recent equestrian clinic near Calgary. University of Calgary stu- dents took part in the judging. Award Lagoon Contract By ROSS GIBIi Herald News Service TABER At a special meet- ing Taber council took action to accelerate the start of construc- tion on its sewage disposal la- goons, portion of phase I of the project, which is to be com- pleted by the April l. 1971, set down by the department of health. Four tenders for the lagoon construction, reviewed by the town's engineering consultants Reid, Crowther and Partners of Calgary, were considered by council, and authorized the town to be its own contractor for Other bias were Triway Con- struction, Christine Lake, B.C. West Winds Construc- tion, Lethbridge who required to July 1 to complete the lagoon; and Shannon Con- struction, Calgary Tenders were on the basis of penalties providei if the Dec. 31 completion date is exceeded. Nobleford Joins EMO NOBLEFORD Village of Nobleford, after a lengthy council discussion, has joined the Alberta Emergency Me. jures Organization. Tlierc was some disagreement posed agreement wiUi tlie Vill- age and the Barons-Eureka Health Unit. After a lengthy discussion, the agreement was signed. Deputy Fire Chief Don Mc- Currach reported about activi- ties of the department. He re- ported two members, William Titsins and Julius Zanoni, were no longer with the department. The hose-laying is now down to 45 seconds, with practices being held regularly. The fire- men attended three fires dur- ing the mor.lh of August, all of them farm fires. John Warmink, town fore- man, reported the cement work on curbs and gutters were pro- gressing satisfactorily and il the weather held they would able to finish the job on sched- ule. There may also be some time for more grassing of boule- vards. New rates were set for the use of the village tractor at per hour; the grader at per hour. Bids are to be taken on a heavy-duty cultiva- tor. Miss Judy Slyka and Miss Pianist Murdoch Performs Oct. 4 COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Former Coleman pianist Ken- neth Murdock, was judged win- ner over three other provincial finalists competing in the Young Artist Series. He will be performing in Medicine Hat Oct. 4 in the Public Library Auditorium. The series was instituted in 1942 to provide performing experience for talented students of music. Bom in Coleman, Mr. Mur- dock studied for eight years in Blairmore and then attended the Unversity of Alberta in Ed- monton, where he received his Bachelor of Music degree in 1969. Mr. Murdocfc has performed the Mozart Piano Concerto in A Major with the University of Alberta Symphony orchestra. He has played on CBC televi- sion and radio as a soloist and accompanist, and has appear- ed on the CTV series "Feature Artists" and in several radio programs for CKUA. The young pianist holds an Associate of Music Diploma from the Western Board of Music. Fund Nears COALDALE (HNS) Doug Ober, Coaldale Kinsmen Club president, reported recently the Kinsmen In Trust F.und now has reached the mark. The club set up the fund sev- eral years ago. Money will go towards a swimming pool for Coaldale. Most recent contributions to swell the total figure were from the Readymade Farm Women's Club and by the Kinsmen from the Kin-Trek. Three Attend Bible School Iri Switzerland COALDALE (HNS) Three youths from the Coaldale dis- trict will be leaving shortly for Liestal, Switzerland, to attend the European Mennonite Bible School. Thev are Eric Funk, son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Funk of the Readymade district; Alfred Kiassen, son of Mr. and Mi's. Jake Kiassen of Coaldale; and Henry Willms, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Willms of the Coal- dale district. They will study at the school for 6M: months. They also plan to tour Eur- ope. Mr. Funk is a graduate of the Mcnnonile High School in Rosthern, Sask. Mr. Kiassen and Mr. Willms graduated from Kale Andrews High School here in June, 1970, A .WOMEN'S GUIDE TO F001BAIL If you think o iplit end applies to hair only, then you'd better read A Women's Guido To Football in thii Saturday's Weekend Magazine. In his second fealuro for Weekend, former star quarterback Russ Jackson provides some clues for thr woman whose man gets totally, wrapped up in the game. All the funda- mentals, team positions, spec al terms, scoring plus some of Iho finer points aro Included. Don't be loft out when foot- ball takes over. Read Rus Jackson. IN YOUR LETHSRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE He studied at the Banff School of Fine Arls and the Aspen School of Music. At present, Mr. Murdock is enrolled in the master's pro- gram at the University of Al- berta and is engaged as assis- tant conductor of the Edmon- ton Opera Chorus. The Edmonton concert is his requmed concert to complete his Master's degree from the University of Alberta. He be- gins his concert tour on the 27th of this month. His schedule lists performances in Saskatoon, Brandon, Regina, Medicine Hat and Calgary. Brenda Lunde, executive mem- bers of SWAT, have made a request to the council for help, if possible, either financially or for alternate accommodation to hold club meetings during the months. Their request is lo be brought before the north county recreation board. The former home of the Teen Organizaiton was the Noble- ford Community Ice Centre but as winter approaches the build- ing will again be used for its intended purpose. During August, gal- lons of water was used, down some gallons from Aug- ust, 1909. It has been suggest- ed the water allowance to con- sumers increase during the summer months. Present rate is, domestic, May to October, basic rate for gallons, and 60 cents lor every additional gal- lons. The request by Miss Wendy Rasmussen, north county rec- reation director, was tabled. It was requested the council support the bid to the summer games committee, on hosting the 1971 summer games. Kinsmen Seek Name For Coaldale Rodeo Arena COALDALE (HNS) The 23- member Coaldale Kinsmen Club discussed past activities and made plans for the new season at its meeting recently. Doug Ober presided. Town council delegated the club to name the rodeo grounds on Ooaldale's east side of town. The Kinsmen Scholarship was recently presented to Elaine Mikado. The scholarship is given annually by the Kinsmen to the outstanding student tak- ing a business course. The club is planning to con- duct the mandarin orange in December. Grey Cup pool tickets will available later. The club will sponsor a Boy Scout Troop in Coaldale if lead- ers can be found to conduct the scout activities. Around The World "LETHBRIDGE'S NEW SHOE BOUTIQUE" IS THE TIME TO GET THOSE STEREO RECORD ALBUMS YOU'VE ALWAYS WANTED. 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