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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald- October 5, 1973 LETHBRIPGE HERALD District Building permit value Southland scout log rises Bv C. A. Weekes f-i If ft BILL GROENEN. photo Fall jlow Smooth flowing water in an irrigation ditch south- east of Lethbridge turns turbulent at the gate as autumn turns the hovering leaves colors that herald winter._______________________________________ Bylaw amendments pushed Courses include languages TABKK (HNS i Taber town council referred to com- mittee proposed revisions to the town's licensing bylaw in- troduced on the recommenda-" lion of Businessmen's Association president Peter Campbell. More stringent control of out-of-town firms doing business here is the aim of the amendments, Finalization is expected at the council's Oct. l.r> meeting. Council also gyve considera- tion to more stringent control of mobile home development but took no immediate action. Town needs new trucks TABKK 11 INS) Following a report on the condition of the fleet of a dozen trucks operated by the Town of Taber. town council has approved the immediate tendering for two half-ton and future tendering for two three-ton gravel trucks New police car okayed TABKK (HNSi Lowest of two lenders for the purchase of a new police patrol car has been accepted by town council and a local dealer will supply a Ford for the net price of S.3.- H2K alter allowing for the two-year-old Ford. .v.-.if.-jf. t: r i TABKK (HNS i The Taber Further Education Council is offering adult education courses here, at Vauxhall and in other Taber MI) centres if required. Courses sponsored by the school division (registration S51 are two in basic English learning to speak English, and learning to read and write English: bookkeeping: article writing: and conversational foreign languages with a choice of French. German. Japanese or Italian; and typing. T h e d e p a r t m e n t o f agriculture is presenting courses in upholstery: farm family living; interior design: consumer education: and peo- ple and the law. General courses could be offered depending on public public speaking. s c u I p I u r i r. g. auto m a i n tenani'o. ;u I (sketching, g e o 1 o g y a n d mineralogy, drug abuse, first aid. f a mi i planning, alcoholism, and a farrier course. A driver-education course, designed to assist adults who wish to qualify for driver's Area teacher attends meet COWLEY iHNS i Lundbreck School teacher Pieternella Weekes recently attended an Edmonton m e e t i n g o f t h e E a r 1 y Childhood Education Council. She was accompanied by Mrs. .lean Murray and Mrs. Marie McPhee of Pincher Creek. licences, will also be available. Those interested in the courses may inquire at the school division office, phone 223-3547. Fire officials consider replacing ambulance TABER (HNS) Officials of the Taber fire department and two municipal councils recently witnessed an Alberta produced ambulance demonstration here. Fire Chief A. W. Bill Lord was in charge. The unit consists of an am- bulance body built on a i-ton truck chassis by Ambuc.raft. a division of Woodland Motors of Innisfail. Attending the dem- onstration, in addition to Chief Lord and assistant Ken Bullock, were Mavor A. H. A very. Keeve Clarence M. Jespersen. and a number of town and municipal coun- cillors. The demonstration vvas held for a committee responsible for assessing the need for a new ambulance. Mr. Lord's report for September covered two am- bulance trips to Lethbridge and two to Taber. along with three local and three municipality calls to the Taber General Hospital. Mr. Lord also reported one fire during the month, with some damage resulting from a vehicle fire at the depart- ment of highways and tran- sport shop at the north boun- dary of town. The fire was out when the fire department arrived. Beavers. Cubs, Scouts and Venturers registered recently at the Brooks Pelican Hall. Fees were set at S7 for a one- boy family: S12 for a two-boy family: and for a three- boy family. Believe it or not. a four-boy family has a fee of only Beavers is a new group of youngsters who will be groom- ed to "cubbing" at an early age. The group covers the five to 7'a age group. Meanwhile, over at Fort Macleod, now entering its centennial, we see the 1st Fort Macleod Cub and Scout Group Committee organizing ac- tivities for boys. Last year 51 boys registered and kept ac- tive in scouting and cubbing all winter. The committee named Mike D'Andrea president. Others are Fran Molnar, 1st vice- president; Lola Albert, 2nd vice president; Carole Cressman, secretary: and Bob Gunderson, treasurer. District representatives are Mike D'Andrea, Lola Albert and Anna Grier. The phone committee comprises Vi Procyk, Doreen Friesen and Veronika de Peuter. If you want to join, turn up at the Scout Hall Thursdays from 7 to and bring a parent. Over at Taber. the Boy Scout motto "Be Prepared" continues to dominate the ac- tivities of the Flatlands District under leader J. W. (Jack) Gray. The annual regional ice rodeo is scheduled for the Taber ice arena Saturday. Feb. Get those chuckwagons ready. The Flatlands District an- nual meeting is set for Wednesday. May 22. There will be three complimentary tickets for each of the 10 group committees in the dis- trict. A cyclathon is set for May 25. The annual Cub bicycle road-eo is set for June 7 at the Taber Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints stake centre parking lot. Scouts will bold their camporee the same night with cubs invited to an evening campfire. So it looks like Taber and Flatlands cubs and scouts have it all planned. The 1st Shaughnessy Pack is out to gather rags, something most folks have, and fairly easily marketed too. With boys from both Shaughnessy and Diamond City to get around for these the response should be good. Congratulations go to Scouter Jim Gormley and his assistants Fred Teyke and Roy Teyke for their smart start-off for the season. We salute Mrs. K. Jordan at the Kegional Office upon assuming a full-time job. Secondly we salute Mrs. Bar- bara Nelson of Stavely who is leaving the Pack after several years of wonderful work with her Group. A warm thankyou goes to Executive Scouter Bob Jenkins and to Commissioner Ken Kttox of the Grizzly District for cheering get-well cards sent to us when we were laid up in hospital. Greetings go to the Vandezande boys who are adventuring into the post- school world. W e bear through the grapevine that Jerry Pelchat over in Brooks has celebrated a wedding this past summer. Scouting has lost a great friend recently. Bernard Smith, whose good wife Effie has been foremost in Foothill Scouting, passed on. We add his name to our local scroll as. "Gone Home." Good hunting, all! CRANBROOK (Special) Thirty-one permits were issued by city building inspec- tor John Davis in September authorizing construction es- timated at com- pared with 37 permits the previous September es- timated at SI. 018.700. Permits included starts on 15 housing units bringing the 1973 total to 151 starts. There were 186 starts for the same period of 1972. Largest permit was issued to Tak's Home Furnishers for the new elite Slater section of Cranbroqk Industrial Park. It was for at 120 Briar Ave. as warehousing. Peerless Pipe and Equip- ment Ltd. permit at will further occupy its acreage in the now fully-sold originaPlndustrial Park, the old airport. Tallv for 1973 now stands at SB. 864. 700 for 274 permits compared to for 290 permits at Sept. 30 of both years. Fire poster contest set TABER (HNS) In a Fire Prevention Week (Oct. 7 to 13 i activity, the Taber volunteer lire brigade has in- stituted a poster competition for the elementary schools in the MD's fire prevention area one. Posters must be no larger than H'- by 13 inches, may be paint or crayon, and must be pertinent to fire safety or prevention. Family moves K'TZIKOM IHNSI A farewell party was held in the Etxikom Community Hall recently for Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Robinson. They have been very active in communi- ty affairs. They have moved to Medicine Hat. Limbering up Isaac L. Chase of Milk River is the only man on the Milk River Goif Course on a recent, fine, sunny, fall day. He says playing nine holes of solitaire golf is a good way to limber up for the snow shovelling in the winter months ahead. FOR THE LANDSCAPE GARDENER 14 HORSEPOWER JOHN DEERE TRACTOR With front end loader and tiller. Excellent condition. Reg. NOW Apply 401-43rd St. South LETHBRIDGE 1900 Exchange program set COWLKY i HNS i The Cowle.y Lions Club is again sponsoring a "studeni ex- change." Students chosen will go to I'aulsen. Mont. Going from Livingstone High School will be l.uiba Veregin. Nancy .lenson and Cathy Johnson. The exchange will take place beginning Del. 7. Social held KTXIKOM i HNS i A uas held in the Hoping Community Centre recently to welcome Mr and Mrs. Marvin llagen into the community. The Hagens have purchased the George holdings south of Corbypresents the Goldenlbiich. r John Shaw Picture Butte postmas- ter John Shaw, who has worked with the post off- ice for 25 years. He star- ted at Abbey, Sask., in 1946 and was transferred to Picture Butte in 1969. He spent four years in the RCAF with the 421 Fighter Squadron. Mr. Shaw received a certificate of achievement from the post office. Child clinics next week rOALDALK The Barons- Kureka Health Unit is spon- soring the following infant and pre-school clinics: HAYS: Tuesday. Oct. 9. in the school from i (o 3 p m PICTURE BUTTE. Tuesday. Oct. 9. in the Picture Butte High School from 10 a.m. to' 12 noon and 1 to 3pm TABER: Tuesday. Oct. 9. in the health unit office, in the SILVERWOOD DAIRIES We invite you to ship your Churning Cream to Silverwood Dairies, Lethbridge. SPECIAL PRICE Ib. BUTTERFAT administration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday. Oct. 10. in the elementary school from 1 :30 to 4pm VAUXHALL: Wednesday. Oct. 10. in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to p.m. COALDALE: Thursday. Oct. H. in the health unit of- fice, i upstairs in the town of- fice building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Oct. 11. in the administration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. For social service ap- pointments telephone: Coaldale 345-3388: or Taber 223-3911. The medical officer of health urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against contagious disease and tooth dec-ay. In- formation on venereal dis- ease, a mounting health problem is readily available and is fullv ,-yrfi'V.rr i THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS 1970 MAZDA STATION WAGON OvM h, julod onqino com- reliable 1968 ROVER 2OOOTC Good running oi dor IMPALA 4 door sedan. Very good runn- ing order. 1966 PONTIAC PARISIENNE Oonveriiblo. good buy FOREIGN CAR (Lethbridge) LTD. 1102-3rd Ave. S. Phone COR8Y DISTILLERIES LIMITED. CORBYVIUE. ONTARIO A Canadian Whisky that's already being enjoyed by Westerners now comes to Alberta. It's called Golden Touch because of a full, mellow taste and the unmistakable smoothness of a perfectly-blended whisky. Try Golden Touch by Corby. We think you'll find it as good as gold. Goldenlbuch by Corby. Ccrby. Good taste in Canada since 1859. ;