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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Okay Driver School By HOSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER The Taber school divisions board of trustees has reconsidered its decision re- garding driver, training and has now agreed to continue the extra-curricular course. The board directed an in- crease from to for the course. It will be conducetd from the W. R. Myers High School. Consideration had hsen given to having the Alberta Motor Association conduct driver training for high school stu- dents. The cost of per stu- dent and the shorter period of instruction prompted the board to drop the proposal. The board also approved a defensive driving program to be conducted at the high school by the Alberta Safety Council. Concerning extra curricular transportation using school bus.es, the board was unable to grant the full schedule of trips proposed by staff, but did allow an increase of six per cent in mileage (from to an es- timated for the year. Budget considerations, in- volving total charges of 40 cents per mile for bus opera- tion and operator, prompted the hoard to limit bus use to field trips, music and sports activities. Roundup of District News r I .-r; ,fjs Seek Information FERNIE (HNS) Represen- tatives of the firm of Kelly- Douglas, Vancouver, were in the city, gathering information recently. After talks with the mayor and council members, the rep- resentatives of Kelly Douglas promised to submit preliminary POSTED Gregory Lewis Huestis, son of Mr. and Mrs. II. Huestis of Fort Macleod, .completed RCMP recruit. training Oct. 5. Const. Hues- tis has been posted to duty in B.C. plans to the council and the lo- cal planning commission. Site for the centre would be land adjacent to Highway 3 north of the Fernie Arena. Rent TV Set COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary has a tele- vision set available for rental for persons being admitted as patients to the local hospital. The fee is one dollar per day. Realized COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. Ed Boehr reported to a recent meeting of the Coaldale Com- munity Hospital Women's Aux- iliary a total of was real- ized in the sale of flower bulbs and roots. Mrs. Boehr is conducting this project to raise funds for the auxiliary. Persons having these bulbs or roots to donate or those wishing to purchase may contact Mrs. Boehr at her home, 1712 23rd Ave.', Coaldale, or phone 345- 3211. 32 Took Trip COALDALE (HNS) The recent senior citizen's bus trip to Waterton was a success. The event was sponsored by the southern county regional recreation board. Miner's Death Accidental SPARWOOD (HNS) Th jury returned the verdict deal was accidental due to electro eution on or about 1 p.m. Sepl 22 at Kaiser Resources Harme Ridge Strip Mine at an inques to determine the cause of deat of Ray Peter Elliot Mormon 26, who died at Ms job on th strip mine operations Sspt. 22 Dr. M. McRitchie of Ferni was the coroner. Members of the jury wer foreman, Edward Kent, Euger. Josay, Paul Rosier, Len Musil Edwin Erikson and Robert Me Claskin. Dr. Lundgren stated he ex amined the body and pro- Paul Andersen Photo CHILDREN'S CRUSADE About 166 Claresholm children attend a "children's crusade" at the Nazarene Church. Rev. Joseph Harrison performed magic tricks and showed slides and films. He spoke on morals and Christian principles. The church spon- sors a boys' and girls' club which meets each Thursday at 4 p.m. for Bible studies. Becomes Our Hospital' COALDALE (HNS) "When people in the community be- come involved it is not just 'the hospital' but it becomes our said John F. Dyck, hospital board chairman, when addressing the meeting of the Coaldale Community Hospi- tal Women's Auxiliary. Mr. Dyck thanked the women for their support. When the hospital began many years ago the women of the community sewed and mended many items. Later, Mr. Dycfc said, this was drop- ped and the hospital as a-result suffered a setback. Now as the auxiliary was or- ganized the sewing and repair- ing of hospital linens has picked up once again. Mr. Dyck saw this as being an important assistance to the hospital. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 "Man does not live by breac said Mr. Dyck. "Nor can all his ills be cured with pills. When TLC (Tender, Lov- ing Care) is given, it. helps the patient to get better." He remarked, "Behind every good man is a good woman.'1 He thanked the auxiliary for being behind the hospital. Mr. Dyck stated the entire board is grateful for the work done by the auxiliary. Mrs. D. C. (Vera) Lloyd, president, thanked Mr. Dyck for his address. It was attended by 14 mem. bers. IT'S HERE NOW! Norbridge Marine Servicentre in LETHBRIDGE A go-anywhere, do-anything mini-vehicle. Il's a dune buggy and a snowmobile all in one. It fea- tures a gutsy 5 h.p. engine and a torque converter transmission (gives you the power when you want ALL-TERRAIN IN SNOW The Dunecycle is an all-terrain ve- hicle it is extremely stable due to its wide low stance. The right and left independent rear brakes give maximum control in corner- ing and braking. Take it with you in die station wagon or in your car trunk to where the action is! SEE THE DUNECYCLE NOW AT- Norbridge Marine Servicentre 1252 3rd Avenue N. Phone 327-6960 nounced UK man dead. He told of burns on the front .of tie thighs. Dr. A. Gehami, pathologist, reported fee deceased had suf- fered cardiac arrest, that he had burns on both thighs. R e c o m mendations made were that safety precautions be more rigidly enforced in re- gard to repairs inside the ma- chines, particularly in regard to the electrical circuitry; that these be protected from access in a more efficient manner. A total of 32 seniors partici- pated. They -I'ere accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. D. 'Geldert, Mrs. Anne Martens and Mrs. John Franz. A number of those going were residents of the Al- berta Mennonite Home for the Aged. While in the park a tour was made of the main Waterton townsite area, Red Rock Can- yon, and other points. Firemen's Ball NOBLEFORD (Special) The Nobleford Volunteer Fire Department is making plans for its annual firemen's ball. It is scheduled for Oct. 30. Scouting Under Way At Hays TABEB (HNS) The family of Boy Scout groups in the Flat- lands District is being in- creased by one with (he estab- lishment of scouting at the hamlet of Hays. District commissioner C. F. Rodgers, recently transferred from Taber to Hays, was in- strumental in the formation of a group committee from inter- ested parents and the selection of scouters. A school survey indicated a keen interest in scouting in the district. Friday, OclSbtr 9, 1970 THE LETHMIDGE HERALD 3 Reservoir Costs Run Higher By DELIA WOOLF Herald-News Service RAYMOND Expenditure for the work being done at the town water storage reservoir has exceeded the money ap- proved by the mayor and coun- cil for the job. Council approved for cleaning the bottom of the res- ervoir and enlarging the water capacity. A new floating intake is part of the program. It has beenjiecessary for the council to approve more funds for the excavation and for the floating intake. It must be ready in time for the reservoir to be filled for winter water storage for domestic and other purposes. The machinery was taken off the job Tuesday, Oct. 6 and all work of excavating for the sea- son finished. As soon as- the intake is placed in position, new water will be running into the reser- voir from the canal supply. The supply of fresh water will be cut off from the canal Oct. 20. This season's excavating and Ihe new floating intake is the first step towards a better water supply for the town. There has been an increase in water consumption during the past years SHENANIGANS A little nonsense now and then is rel- ished by the wisest men and students of Kate Andrews High School at Coaldale. Grade 10 juniors are wel- comed above to ''good old Kate." Initiation Day judg( was D iv i g h t Purdy, not shown. Dwain Neil is under the wig. Craig Slen is also involved. Deloy Wight Photo would you be without your telephone Probably lost and relying on daisy petals to tell you whether or not he cares! A telephone transmits the all-important sounds of love, comfort, safety and security. Just think how many times you rely on your phone. DOCTOR TAXI DRY CLEANER BABYSITTER RECIPES N DEPARTMENT STORE MOTHER FATHER DRUGSTORE LOVE PRIZES HOPE GOODNIGHT ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;