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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta JO r- THE tETHBRIDOE HMAtD Wtdn.idpy, Ottob.f 14, WO DISTRICT DOINGS Okay Permits TABER (HNS) Eight new residences for a total value of made up the bulk of building permits approved dur- ing July, August and Septem- ber by Taber's Municipal Plan- ning. Commission. The homes range in value from ?12 to 000. A permit at covering a mobile radio station mast for Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Ltd. was also ap- proved. Total permit value for the quarter at brought the year's to-date total to down nearly half a million dol lars from the 1969 comparative total of Recreation Ideas TABER (HNS) The pur chase of tables and chairs suffi cient to seat 500 people at ban quets in the new communit auditorium will be recommene ed by Taber's recreation boar at the Oct. 19 meeting of tb town council. The board will also recom mend council purchase 4C place settings of dishes, cutlerj and other necessities for th Taber Lady Lions Club, tl club to reimburse the town in three installments in Oct her, January and May. Council will be urged towarc early purchase of kitchen uten sils and equipment in prepar tion for the official opening the year-end. 65 Attend Forum CLARESHOLM (HNS) About 65 people attended political forum sponsored 1 the local chamber of comme ce at the gym of the eleme tary school here. Three candidates for tw seats on town council spok Dr. G. Don Clark, Floyd No by, and Carmen Wallace. A group that had been wor ing to promote the recreati complex fired question afl question at Mr. Wallace w was kept on his feet most the evening. FIREMAN RETIRES Canada's oldest volunteer fire- James Lawrence of Claresholm was honored on his etirement after more than 50 years of service. At the official opening of a newly-completed lecture hall, his ast official act was to cut the ribbon opening the hall. It was built by the firemen themselves with donated mat- erials. Mr. Lawrence was honord at Canada's Expo in 1967 and was a guest of Quebec firemen. He was born in New York. Fireman Roy Miller left and Mayor Ernie Patterson, look on. Andersen Photo Midget Hockey COALDALE (HNS) The outhern Lethbridge county re- ional recreation board has greed to sponsor midget hock- y for the 1970-71 season. It is for all boys 15 to 17 re- siding in the southern county area. Registrations are being ac- epted. The bus will.leave the John Davidson School every Satur- lay at p.m. Fees are for the first half of the season which ends 3ec. 31. A further fee will be required for the last half of the season. Exhibition games are to be arranged during the season. The board hoped the Coaldale Kinsmen Club will sponsor the cost of busing the boys to the arena as it has done in former years. The ice rental fees and other expenses which are not met from the registration fees will be absorbed by the recreation board. W. D. Geldert, recreation di- rector, is concerned about the players outside the town limits but who are within the southern area. He urges parents who want to organize car pools to contact the recreation office. Arrangements could be made for those in the McNally and Sunnyside districts for the bus to stop at the Broxburn eleva- tor. Mr. Geldert stated recently all arrangements should he made through the office by phoning 345-3746. He indicated all efforts will be made to give the boys in the outlying area an opportunity to participate in the midget hockey program. Parents wishing to take their boys directly to the arena for the time specified may do so. Coaches Want Overtime TABER (HNS) L- The board of trustees, Taber School Divi- sion No- 6, wll meet to- night with execute officers of the division's Teaihers Athletic Association to disbuss the as- sociation's request for compen- sation for cxtra-cjUTicular ac 1 tivitiee. I Donald R. Baldwin, an officia: of the Taber loca] of the ATA presented a suggestion at the school board'sJSeptember 24 meeting, staling that an interim agreement would be ac ceptable. The suggestion bj the Athletic Association callet for payment of iSSOO for 25C hours or more.ofijxtracurricu lar service, scaling dowmvar to lor 150 ;hoirs or more for 75 hours cr, more, an I for 40 more during the school year.i A meeting of tlje Southern Alberta School Authorities As sociation (Zone 6 a! ASTA) dis covered the settirg of guid lines for negotiatiois would b very difficulti FIBST ADOPTED The use of theljallot voUn paper used in elklions to s cure secrecy adoptei in Canadian elections' in 1874. Barom-Eureka Health, Social Services Combined By ROSS GtBB I Hemld Newi Service TABEK The combining ealth services and preventive ocial services under a single dministration within the joundaries of the County ol Lethbridge (Lethbridge city ex- luded) and the MD of Taber was announced here by John A, Boon, director of preventive so- cial service for Barons-Eureka Jealth and Social Services, for- merly Barons Eureka Health Unit. Mr. Boon also announced the position of assistant director, authorized by Health Minister Raymond A. Speaker, as beinf filled by Ray B.'Evanson of Taber. Mr Boon said combining of leallh and social services un- er a common administration is unique in Alberta." The ap- ointment of an assistant di- rector in preference to dividing he area into two districts is Iso unique. Reviewing events leading to he new developments, Mr. oon said that until 1968 each lum'cipality was responsible or the appointment of a wel- are officer, which position he Nab Embezzler SAN JUAN (AP) Daniel I Davila, a former saving am loan executive, has been charged with embezzlement o the FBI announce Tuesday. He is the brother o Horace Davila, president o First Federal Savings and Loan Association the largest such in stitution in Puerto Rico. Danle Davila until recently managed its Rio Piedras Branch and was a vice-president of the assoaa Hon. las held for the nine participat ing m u n i c i p a 1 i 11 e s in the Barons-Eureka Health Unit, each of which participates along with the two senior gov- ernments in the costs on a per- capita basis. The aim of the new preventa- tive social service is to develop community aware ness and community resources to strengthen and preserve human initiative and. to preclude in- dividual or family break-down. The program can involve in- numerable activities of members of a community to. avail themselves for the en- richment of their physical, mental, and social well being, and to help people stay off pub- lic assistance where possible. "It is a program which in- volves'people and their initia- tive for self said. Effective Sept. 1, Barons- Eureka Health Unit bccama Barons-Eureka Health and So- cial Services. For COLDS and GRIPPE ASPIRIN. 2. Dunk plenty of fluids 3. Take Aspirin to reduce fever and relieve pain ASPIRIN WILL MAKE YOU FEEL BETTER FAST de Mark of The Bayer company, Umlted, Aurora. f CosmetitfBoutique jf you're o woman 16 to 60 and fussy obout your appearance, there's a Clairol Beauty appliance just for you. See our special display, at WooloO, of these fine Clairol producls at special pre-Christmas selling pricesl COMING NOVEMBER 18TH- Clairol will have a special demonstration area set up in the centre aisle of our store- be sure to see it! 35th Wedding Anniversary ENCHANT crowd was on hand recently to help Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tonnison celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary in the hall. Lloyd Jacpbson was master of ceremonies. A short pro- gram was held consisting of songs, readings and instrumen- tal selections. The head table was decorated in fall colors for the occasion. A chair, lamp and a purse of money were presented to Har- old and Win from the commun- ity by John Wiest. A gift from their family was presented by their son Bruce. Lunch was served. PRIMITIVE RAZORS An archeological team unearthed 11 razors dating back years near Cairo. CLAIROL save Kindness 20 Instant Hairsetter 20 heating posts so all rollers are ready at or--. 6 jumb.0, 10 large, 4 small. Clear-top travel Largest-selling Kindness model. Reg. Woolco Price 24.95. SALE ase. SOCIAL SERVICES Ray B. Evanson, left, and John A. Boon discuss projects under the preventative social services program introduced in the Barons-Eureka Health and Social Services. Mr. Boon, formerly welfare officer for Barons-Eureka and now director of preventative social services, announced the appointment of Mr. Evanson as assistant director. Mr. Boon will operate from the Coal- dale office. Mr. Evanson, working from the Taber sub- office, will bo concerned with preventative social services in the area of Taber MD. See story, top of page. Kindness Compact Instant Hairsetter 20 rollers-6 jumbo, 10 large, 4 small, all heat at once. New in- stant warmup feature means rol- lers are ready faster than ever. Larger-than-face-size mirror for a vertical view, easy to get to. Automatic switch turns off heat when lid is closed. Streamlined cord and clip compartments. Sleekest of slimline cases to pack in a bag, store in a drawer or carry by its foldout handle. Reg. Woolco Price 32.95. SALE 29.65 Save 4.30 Clairol True-To-Light Mirror Switches from day to evening to office light, Lets you see yourself as others will see you. Bulbs stay cool, yet light is glare-free, noturol- looldng. Mirror swivels from regular to magnifying. A touch tilts mirror to any angle. Reg. Woolco Price 32.95. SALE ure-ii MUIUI 28.65 Save Kindness Deluxe Hairsetter And Lighted Mirror "0 rollol- 35.85 20 heatmg posts so all rollers are ready a. once. 20 rollers-6 Jumbo, 10 large, 4 small. Has its own built-in lighted mirror. All in a smart rod travel case, with recessed handle. Reg. Woolco Price 39.95. WOOtCO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (ALBERTA) LTD. A Division of The Dominion Citrus Company Ltd. Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; H 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; College Shopping Mall rive ;