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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wodnciilay, Oclobcr 6, THE LE1HBRIDGE HERAID 3 NEW ceeding o HOSPITAL n schedule. Clareshol It leads a General Hospital construction is pro- long construction parade at Claresholm wilh projects from a 30-unit motor hotel to duplexes and single dwellings. -Paul Andersen family Photo School policy lo be reviewed TARER fHNSl A long- standing policy of the T a b e r School Division will be review- ed at the board's next meeting October 18. The policy concerns the use of school facilities on Sundays, and has been decided- ly negative. The review was sparked by a request from the local bad- minton club for use of the W. R. Myers gymnasium as the Ta- ber Community Centre audi- toriuni is not suitably equipped. The increasing number o[ re- quests, along with a Taber by- law amendment allowing sports on Sunday, added weight to the reed for reconsideration of the ''unwritten" policy. weather for coiislruclion go-alicad Claresholm contractors busy CLARESHOLM struction is going ahead at full speed here on a number of buildings, chief of which is the Claresholm General Hospital. A recent heavy snow storm put a temporary slowdown on construction as the roof was not yet erected. Work has also begun on con- struction of a 30-unit motor ho- tel to be built on top of the shopping centre at the north end of town at a cost of about Work on the footings of a new Husky Service Centre and restaurant has begun and "ill cost about It will be lo- cated at the shopping centre. Eric French Construction has begun work on a Gulf service and bulk oil station at j the north end of town on the i least side of Highway 2. The j walls have already been erect- ed and the bulk oil tanks have been put in place. John Bell of Challenge Homes Ltd. of Edmonton ex- pects to start construction on three semi-detached (duplex) homes in the northwest part of I town as well as a number of single family dwellings with a square footage of 960 sq. ft. Council passed a motion to lay water and sewer lines on 58th Ave. north of the mobile home subdivision and pay by borrowing from a local bank, The motion passed three lo two. The lots in the area arc low j and will require fill to provide grade for surface drainage. Mr. Bell also has obtained an option on two lots at the cast i side golf course on which he proposes to build an apartment with 15 suites. It goes without saying that man jn Claresholm are lloping drv wcathel. (0 aliow h Ml speed ahead on the many construction jobs. Modified school year dopted on trial basis a TABER (HNS) The Board year trial basis, and is appeal-1 The present school year he- of Trustees of Tabcr School Di-iing to the interested public forigan for students on August 31 vision No (i has adopled a opinions pro and con with rela- j which was one -day earlier than modified school year on a one-; tions lo the adopted change. j in previous years. Teachers rc- Scholarship winners are announced at Taber TABER (HNS) Canadian. Sepulveda, a provisional candi Sugar Factories Ltd. scholar-: date for a Ph.D. Degree in Agri- .ships have been for 1971 to the following senior ma- triculation students in the sugar beet growing areas of southern Alberta. These annual scholar- ships of S100 each are present- ed to students of high academic standards who arc continuing their education at a recognized university. Marlenc Ponjavic from Pic- ture Bulle High School, now at- lending the University of Lclh- cultural Economics a! the Uni- versity of Alberta. liuie FOREMOST ch plans chain ported to work on August A survey conducted by James L. fleorge, superintendent, indi- cates that all schools in the Di- vision carried out worthwhile activities on the 30 and that all schools are in favor of a sim- ilar arrangement again next year. The proposed Christmas va- cation is exactly the same as in ions years, December 24 to January 2. 1972 inclusive. The most far reaching change in the modified school year is the proposal to have teachers on duty service ;tudy or Passwords Adopt declaration bylaw BLAIRMORE fCNP Bureau) 1 lo taxation for general munici- Announcement has been pal purposes, and 5. not other- made by returning officer Al-1 wise disqualified from voting; rik Tibcrg of Blairmore that no' or f. a Canadian citizen or Brit- electors' list will bc poslecl ish subject: 2. full age of IS naming the eligible in1 years: 3. 12 months continuous next Wednesday's municipa a] i residence in (be town of Blair- more: 4. not otherwise by- i qualified from voting. election. The town has adopted a law to provide for the taking of Electors are also advised that votes of electors by declara- i they may vote for any number lion. Electors at the polls on' of councillors up to six. October 13 will bc requested to sign a declaration certifying that they meet the following qualifications: 1. full age of ls I Tuesdav. April 4 and lo have I' _ ,he on Apri, prizes i i rj nurchyscT of ;uul unf.itled io T Qcsiion of land which is li vMl ij able to taxation for general mn- for some in-! nic'Pai Proses, or; 3. the j BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) activity on J.and, :a The Western Board of mu- sic.- has awarded prizes to three poses and of which there is no j Pass sCnOuiS On rtplll O, i ass jjupii.7.. Les Smitii, minister of Fore- r d 7 Normally the Purcliascr. or: 4- mvncr Miss Barbara Dennis of most United Church, has 1-w-' nounced that the Foremost toral charge will go on to ils: four days Easter Monday have been school holi- wintcr time schedule commenc ing Sunday Octobei 1971. bridge. Philip Malk-as of Kale An-! All services in the three drews High School. Coaldale. i churches will commence 30 now attending the University of minutes later. The Foremost service will be at a.m. in- from the stead of a.m., with Sun- Chicago. Oliver Schneider Raymond High School, attend-! day School ing the University of Leth- 10M5 a.m. bridge. George Merkl from St. By operating the schools din- ing Easter week it is possible j to lake advantage of Ihc early departmental exams from June 12 to 19 and to close schools Ihe year on June 20. The number of instructional commencing at; riays bc ln, fls Compam1 with 193 in the 1970-71 school year. On alternate Sundays at purchaser of a business liable' has been awarded I the Oxford University Press prize: Wavman Mali of Belle- vuc won the Heintzman Pi- j ano Music Scholarship valued j at ?JO) and Miss Laurie Fumagalli of Believe lias been I awarded the silver medal for having attained the h i g h c s I BLAIRMOliE (CNP Bureau) marks in Alberta for Grade 8 Snowmobile owners in the j piano End also the Calgary Crownest Pass area will have1 Power Ltd. Music scholarship the opportunity of forming a j valued at ucu. g t ,.ic. r., Hum uu. Thistle Ridge and Lucky Strike ,pbe provides that j Snowmobile Club at a meeting! The young people are stu- Mary's High School. Taber. at- worship will; a schoo, board may no, re_ lo be in tlle Tass Hoicj j dents 0[ Beatrice Costigan tending the University of Albcr be at a.m. ta. Edmonton. Pear] Helen PcGrool from Vauxhall High School, now at- tending Dort College. Idabo. Diane Lynn Blanchard. Sena- tor Gershaw High School in Brewster Bow Island, attending the Uni- versity of Lcthbridge. The Sugar Company also pre- lop reducer COUTTS (HNS) The Coutts nor more than 200 days in a school -ear. The Bnard is again asking concerned persons to express opinions on the modification opin- j ions, either for or against, should bc submitted by letter to scnlcd a scholarship to aj "Queens of the Year" were, the These University of Lethbridge slu-, honored and presented with! consklcral b the Board quire a teacher lo instruct i Basement at p.m. Oct. 7.1 LRSM ATCM of Blairmore. pupils for less than 190 days! Speaker at the meeting will j The pupils will perform at a Tops Club celebrated Us sec-1 and ond birthday with a dinner party for members. he Cecil Ardcma A.S.A. repre- sentative from Calgary. All in- terested persons are invited to attend. recital lo be held at Yates Me- morial Centre in Lethbridge on Nov. 5 at which time they will be presented wilh their prizes. Uniled Appeal is well dent. Mrs. Judi Hall, majoring in physics, and a S150 scholar- ship to Jack Woolford. a stu- dent in the School of Agricul- j stcr; Queen division ture. Lelbbridge Communily Stiles; Queen division College. uu uuLMutujd ,JV 01. JRANRROOK (Spec i a D-. directed by Mrs. James Web- gifts and sashes embroidered i v uumu "Queen 1971" as follows: October meetings, and Ihc United Appeal secretary trca-1 S0'c' Over all queen. Eva Brew response may dictate to Ihe 'surer E. D. Tectzcl who direct- j the cU General Manccer Dwighl. W, Waters: Queen division 5. Ella Brainy, Board whether or not lo con- .eel the payroll deduction preferably for regular bank i linue Ihe modified year pro- j vass Inward Cranbniok's I'A h-ansfers pledges lo Ihe fund. Tollestr'iip; and !iosc AmK. i ''cvcrl back to the nor- Purdy also announced a SSM j cough. Kops. (keep off pounds ma' .vcav ancl a June school scholarship awarded lo Sergio sensibly I, graduate of the year. 1 closing date. A PERSONALIZED W.C.B. SERVICE The Claims Advisor pro- vides information in per- son or by correspondence to claimants and employ- ers or their representatives. Inquiries from all interest- ed persons who require consultation 01 assistance, are welcomed. CLAIMS ADVISORY OFFICER WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION BOARD BOX 2415, EDMONTON, ALBERTA MR. GORDON LONG Claims Advisory Officer Of The Workmen's Compensation Board Will Be In COLEMAN Oct. 26 LETHBRIDGE WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY October 27-28 PLEASE CUP AND MAIL THIS COUPON I would like an appointment to son Mr. Long when lin is in this arcn. Phone Nanifi............................... Mailing Address.......................................... Town or City...............................Claim No...... The following information is needed only if claim number not available: Nome of Employer a) Time of Injury Dati; eif Injury 19 Nalurr of Injury objective, is oplimistic bul also for cash confribulions loo which result in the big firs! quarterly distribution. about rdurns. Ihongh il early to really It'll. These assured regular con- tributions along with residen- tial pledged regular hank transfers are backbone in as- sisting the 12 agencies affili- ialed. As secretary-treasurer be re- ported Ihc final quarterly dis- tribution was cleaning out Ihc 1970 drive returns on the basis of an initial quarterly distribution Ihe first quarter, and each on the ne.xl. l.wo quarterly ciisirihn- lions. Thirty city firms pay- rolls ranging from M to -100 persons undertook I heir ou n employee canvass for payroll remittances, and report sym- pathetic interest, with Ihc em- ployer undertaking the signed transfer pledge payment. When the residentiiil drive Shower held f.'OALDALK (IINSi A nmv miinilv1 slutuci' uas held rccenl ly in honor (if Marion Nolan, d'aughlcr of Mr. and Mrs. (I. Nolan of Coaldale, whoso mar- riage lo Robert Ncish will lake place Saturday, Oct. 8. An open house in honor of the couple will he held at the home of the liride-i'led's parents in Coal- d.tlr from to !l p in. on Sat- urday, Oct. Hi, NOTICE The Cr< bulc si Pass Am- Committee r c- nn ombulonrfi service for ihr oreo encompassed by 111? Crnwsnpr.l Pass Muni- cipnl 1. Provide 24 hour service lo nnyonc in need, 2. Ambulance service shrill be available to trans- fer patients to other localities at extra cost per load mile. 3. Type of ambulance to meet committee n p- provnl. <1. The lowest offer will not necessarily be ac- cepted. Furthe he. ohtni Iniiii, Po Aha. 01 r information moy innd (torn ErnfM Dloirmorn, by phoning 562- 2333. Offers must bc in by Oct. 15 and should bc ad- dressed t o Ambulance Commillre, Box 510, Blair- morr Albcrln. Parkers honored a I reception GRANUM (HNS) The fain-' ily of Mildred and Vern Parker held a stirpri.se reception and I open house in honor of tbcir' parenls wedding anniver- sary on Saturday, October 2. Forty relatives sal down to the' supper which was held in the; J.etnbridge Exhibition Pavilion.' Bob Howard of Calgary was i 1IC for the occasion and Joe' Howard of Claresholm said: grace. Their only son. Bill raiser of Calgary, proposed the toasl (o his parents. Their oldest daugh- Icr, Mrs. Charley (Frances) Wesley of Granum, presented them with the family gift, matching family rings. I All of Mr. and Mrs. Parker's j children and Ibeir families were able to attend. They were Mr. and .Mrs. Bill Parker and family of Calgary, Mr. and Mrs. j Tony (Charlotte) Knapek and family of Granum, Mr. and Mrs. Charley (Frances) Wesley and family, Granum. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin (Carol) Kope and family of Vulcan and Miss Nor- ma Jean Parker of Vancouver. Among the 130 guests who signed Ihe guest book were out of guests from V a n c o u v e r, Brooks, Clares-: holm, Fort Macleod, England, Nubleford, Granum, Stirling, Coaldalc, Rosemary and Monarch. BLAIRMOKE (CNP Bureau) The Chinook Health Unit has announced "well baby clinics" will be held during October. The clinic at Hillcrest will be held at Ihc Credit Union Hall from io a.m. and at Bellevuc at [he town hall from to p.m. Oct. 3. The ciinic at Blairmore will bc held in the health unit office Oct. It during both morning and afternoon. The Colcman clinic, in the United Church hall Oct. 12. bc held from lo a.m. and from to p.m. Fluoride tablets can bc ob- tained at Ihe clinic. Curlers meet Oct. 8 BLAIRMORE (CKP Bureau) Curlers and interested pros- t pectivc curlers are invited to attend the annual meeting of 'the Blairinoie Mens Curling j Club lo be held in the Blair- I more Legion basement at 8 p.m. Wednesday Oct. C. Plans for the coming season will be discussed. Season starts GRANUM (HNS) The Uni- ted Church women have launched a new season of ac- tivily under president Mrs. Pat Dunlop. New Explorer leader is Mrs. Kalhy Wesley with the ju- nior CGIT leader'Wendy Weer- stra and Barbara Kaptein the senior leader. rs family lakes honors NOBLEFOPiD Fun- members of the Barons- N'oblc Garden Grain 4-H Cl'ib, all members of the Rogers family, captured top honors in the recent provincial interme- diate grain competition. Diane Rogers received a first iii the competition with Roberta and Tom placing second and third respectively. A younger brother. Bob, took first place in j the junior rodrow competition. 1 Another member of the club, Randy Mclnlosh. has been cho- sen to represent all