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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Oetebor 15, 1971 THE UTHMIDGI HERALD 3 NOBLE CfNTRAl JUNIOR STUDENTS COUNCIL Election of members of the Noble Central School junior studenfs union council took place recently with the New Majority Party sending the Better Half Party down to bitter defeat. Front row, from left: Carolyn Sjogren, Grade 8 representative; Perry Luchia, president; Wilma Bakker, Mona-Rae Stoller, secretary. Bock row. Paul Goldade, staff advisor; Tony Magierowski, vice-president; and Gwen Luchia, Grade 7 representative. -Linda Luchia Photo Canada Pension Plan sessions set The manager of the Leth- bridge district office of the Can- ada Pension Plan, J. C. (Fern) Bouchard, wishes to inform residents of. the following areas that R. F. Viney will be in at- tendance at: Natal: town hall, Oct. 18 to a.m. Fernie: city hall, Oct. 18 1 to 3 p.m. Cranbrook: Room 101 Feder- al Building, Oct. 19, 9 a.m. to p.m. Kimberley: union hall, Oct.- 20, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Creston: Federal Agriculture Building, Oct. 21, a.m. to 3 p.m. Anyone wishing to take ad- vantage of this service is cor- dially invited to do so. Mr. Viney will answer queries on Talent night Saturday at Macleod FORT MAC LEOD (Special) third annual Lion's Club Talent Night will be staged here Oct. 16. John Davis is in charge of arrangements. The variety concert will fea- ture family group numbers, soloists and musical groups playing selections ranging from popular and western to sacred. Master of ceremonies will be Pete Snow of Lethbridge. The Lions feel this is an op- portunity for local people to ex- hibit their talents, for the club to make money to support com- munity projects and finally to give "wholesome family enter- tainment" to the general pub- lic. the Canada Pension Plan, the old age security and the guar- anteed income supplement. He will also provide assist- ance in the filing of applica- tions to those who are now or will soon be qualified for the above-noted benefits. Candy drive today BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) and Coleman Unit- ed Church choirs have an- nounced they will hold a Hallo- ween candy drive to raise funds for the purchase of music and instruments. The drive here will be held Friday, Oct. 15, and the Cole- man drive will be held Satur- day, Oct. 16. MISS DRESSEL AND MRS. RUTT Gold Cord awarded to Miss Vicki Dressel PINCHER CREEK (Special) Vicki Dressel of Pincher Creek recently received a Gold Cord from Mrs. Byron Rutt, BERTI HIGA SCHOOLS OF MUSIC 2646 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE MON., TUES., and WED. October and 20-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. MONDAY ONLY HAL RANDALL STAFF ORGANIST FOR BALDWIN WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE 3 DAYS ONLY 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL NEW AND USED ORGANS PIANOS ACCORDIONS EXAMPLE: BALDWIN ORGAN Demonstrator Reg. SPECIAL USED ORGAN One year old. "7Cfl Reg. v f BERTI HIGA SCHOOLS of MUSIC EXCLUSIVE DEALERS FOR BALDWIN PIANOS AND ORGANS Area Commissioner of the Girl Guides of Canada. Miss Dressel is a Lone Rang- er with the S'econd Alberta Lones Company. Her Ranger Captain is Mrs. M. Coene of Edmonton. In June, she was enrolled as a Lone Ranger, the first Rang- er in the Pincher Creek district. She has an extensive family background in Guiding and Scouting. Among her relations, she is the fifth recipient of an All round Cord, and the third to receive a Gold Cord. As a Lone Ranger, she is ex- tending her camping know- ledge, and proving her leader- ship in hiking expeditions. Vicki was presented the family's traditional gift of a gold corsage by Mrs. Patrica Kempf and Larry. COALDALE (HNS) The Barons-Eureka Health Unit is iponsoring the following infant and prc-school clinics: ENCHANT: Tuesday, Oct. 19, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Oct. 19, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TURIN: Tuesday, Oct. 19, in the School from to p.m. COALUALB: Thursday, Ocl 21, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Oct. 21, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARONS: Friday, Oct. 22, in the School from to p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at all clinics free of charge. For social sen'ice appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale, 345- 3388; Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R.C Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against contag- ious disease. Swim pool grants set at Cranbrook CRANBROOK (Special) Five consecutive annual grants of each, starting in 1972 have been approved by city council for the Pro- jects Society indoor covered swimming pool at the City Re- creation Centre. Single tender by Crcighton Construction Lid. of will be pared to the bone and professional fees will require tire rest. The 23-meter, five-lane pool, lo accommodate 250 swimmers will have an indoor staging area adjoining the dressing room facilities added to the outdoor pool iii 1371, for physi- cal education school use. Location is in the undefined limits for city recreation use cast of Mount Baker School ad- joining tlie privately owned 6.3 acres council is eyeing toward possible expropriation for po- Icntiiil future community ro- cicatioD facilities. Fish pond wins backing from council COALDALE (HNS) Town council has authorized the Coaldale Fish and Game Asso- ciation to undertake to draft a plan, in conjunction with the Oldman River Regional Plan- ning Commission and the southern Alberta regional re- creation board, on the old sew- er lagoon as a fish pond and sicnic site ara. After these studies have been completed and information compiled, the association will report back to council with its findings and recommendations. Two council members were appointed to meet with the as sociation to exchange ideas and present proposals to council How tile town will become in- volved in this project will de- pend on many factors. Costs are, of course, the "bug in tho ointment" which could be die greatest problem. Judy Wiest honored by SAIT CALGARY Southern Al- berta Institute of Technology graduate, Judy Wiest of En- chant was honored recently at an awards banquet at SAIT. Miss Wiest received the orUio diagnostics award as outstand- ing student in blood banking from SAIT medical laboratory instructor, Mrs. Norma Tis- cher. Miss Weist is currently in- terning at St. Michael's Hospi- tal, Lethbridge. UV-VB v; up of District News JR! 1 J ..oiJS Meet Monday FORT MACLEOD-Fish and anic members will meet at the Fort Macleod Knights of Columbus Hall, Monday, Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. Paul Martin will speak. Lands big trout FORT MACLEOD (Special) season is uppermost on most hunters' minds this time of year. Not so with former Fort Macleod resident, Mrs. Bess Thompson- The rainbow trout she landed tipped the scales at 18 pounds and four ounces. It took place near Kaslo, B.C. Members gather FORT'MACLEOD (Special) A stewardship educational night was held here with 51 stewards, treasurers, ministers and interested people attend- ing. The west half of South Al- berta Presbytery of the United Church members heard Fred Holberton explain the financial situation of the church. Lower donations have necessitated fewer missionaries being sent aboard. In 1969 45 missionaries were supported, by 1970 the number was down to 26, and this year only nine new mis- sionaries are being sent. .To Holland IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Verstceg left recently for Holland where they will visit with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Larter have as their guests the form- er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. ,1. Larter of Lethbridge, and also Mr. Larter's aunt, Mrs. Jessie Harod of Abbeyfield Farnum, Surrey, England. This has been Mrs. Harod's second visit to Canada in two years travelling alone each lime. Thanksgiving Sunday she was the guest of honor when Mr. and Mrs. Marland Larter entertained in compliment to her on the occassion of her 81st birthday. Commended COALDALE (HNS) Town council learned Chief of Police Victor L. Mayer and Const. Glen Thompson have been plac- ed on permanent staff after having passed the six month probationary period required under the town employees reg- ulations. Both men were highly com- mended by the police commis- sion. Parley held COALDALE (HNS) A re- gional conference for directors of preventive social services in southern Alberta was recently held here. Participating were seven di- rectors and an official from the social planning branch, Ed- monton. John A. Boon, director of pre- ventive social services for the the Barons Eureka Health Unit, was chairman. Purpose of the meeting was to discuss various topics of in- terest concerning preventive social services programs. Top soil sale COALDALE (HNS) Tho town has lots of top soil. The sewer lagoon excavation resulted in many yards being piled. It is available for town residents at a nominal fee. Now the water reservoir excavations are providing many more yards. Town officials will contact owners of subdivisions to deter- mine whether some of the sur- plus can be put on these lands. Mayor A. F. Blakie express- ed appreciation to retiring councillors Ben Hcimer, Frank F. Wiens and LeRon Low. He said they had done an "admir- able job." Wants clubhouse COALDALE (HNS) The Southern Alberta Model Rail- road Club is interested in set- ting up a clubhouse here. The club indicated its inten- tions to town council recently. The request was for permis- sion to locate two mobile in- dustrial units immediately south of the old sewer lift sta- tion. Council was in favor of the club's project but wants to ne- gotiate for a "more suitable site." Council also agreed that a new structure was preferred by council rather than trailers. Three teachers from Kate Andrews High School, Frank Featherstone, Charles Coe and Tom Sterenberg. are asso- ciated with the club. Busy Bees meet IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The reorganizational meeting of the Lethbridge Northern Busy Bees WI Girls' club was held recently at the home of Mrs- W. Kirby. The first regular meeting took place Oct. 9, also at the Kirby home, with 12 members in attendance. Officers for this year are Carla Boras, president; Diana Swennen, vice-president; Lisa Swennen, secretary-treasurer; Grace Tamminga, treasurer and Lisa, Grace and Diana, di- rectors. The roll call involved favor- ite flowers and the surprise package was won by Verna Kolk. The nest meeting will be a Hallowe'en party Oct. 23. Bridal shower BARONS (HNS1) Teacher Miss Valerie Voth was guest of honor at a bridal shower given by the mothers of her Grade 1 and 2 class and her co-workers. It was held at the home of Mrs. Tonia Schiebout. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Kath Brown, Mrs. Doris Shearer, Mrs. Francis Miller and Mrs. Schiebout. Gifts were presented to the bride elect in a replica of the Barons School House. Bigger sewer plant needed General plan wins okay CLARESHOLM (HNS) A general plan for the orderly de- velopment of the town was ap- proved by council at a recent cmcctmg in the form of bylaw number 873. The bylaw passed when no one expressed any opposition at a public hearing held Oct. 5 at the town council cham- bers. The hearing was conduct- ed by Peter Tassie, associate j planner for the Oldman River Regional Planning Commis- sion. He formulated the plan with the help and supervision of councillor Charles Thomas. The general plan will desig- nate the iana use that can be made of various zones: resi- dential, commercial, public use, recreation parks and in- dustrial. Council passed bylaws to bor- row by debenture to in- stall water, sewer and streets on 58th and 59th avenues west- Water lines will cost sewer extension and streets NATAL (HNS) The district of Spanvood council recently discussed the sewer treat- ment plant, said to be inade- quate for the present population of the community. It was designed for a popula- tion of compared to the present population of Spanvood of about Several councillors question- ed the design. They were told the provincial government for- ced cutting the original design to the capacity now established. Council determined to call a meeting with Underwood, Mc- Lellan and Associates Limited to discuss additions to the sys- tem. Also to be discussed at the meeting are extensions to the water system. It was also cut in size by the provincial gov- ernment. Money bylaws for the exten- sions have been recently pass- ed by council. These were cut- back by the provincial muni- cipal financing authority to about 93 per cent of the amount requested. Survey grows on home for citizens COALDALE (HNS) John A. Boon, director of social ser- vices and preventive services for the Barons Eureka Health Unit, recently reported on pro- gress of the survey now being conducted on the need for a senior citizen's home here. Mr. Boon indicated so far the results of the survey have been "very encouraging." About 600 forms were sent to residents of all walks of rife in the town and district. Thus far 30 per cent have been returned. Underwood. McLellan and Associates wrote to council to remind it will soon be due to Cunningham and Shannon. Council asked district foreman Avelino Cimolini and the local representative of the engineer- ing firm, Phil Morris, to give final inspection to the facilities and to release the holdback if the work is satisfactory. Spanvood Minor Hockey League wrote to council volun- teering the services of men as- sociated with the league for re- pairs to the Natal Arena. They requested that council provide the necessary materials. Council requested a list of the required materials and instruct- ed the municipal clerk to ob- tain these with authorization from a committee of council. At Uic request of the Spar- wood Volunteer Fire Depart- ment, authority was extended to the district foreman to place a member of his crew on am- bulance duty when volunteers are not available. Most of the volunteer firemen work a day shift and are not available for volunteer work during the day. Fire Chief Laddie Beranek reported the burning of trash in open fires in the commercial area of" Spanvood. He indicated that for safety he would like to have this prac- tice eliminated. Council re- solved there should be no open fires in incinerators permitted in the commercial or govern- ment and institutional areas of Spanvood. The Spanvood and District Chamber of Commerce request- ed that council establish a com- mittee with authority to en- force pollution control. The mu- nicipal clerk was asked to look into the mailer and report to the next regular meeting ol council. TABER FROZEN FOODS PHONE 223-2633 TABER NEW MANAGEMENT SALE IN EFFECT UNTIL SAT., OCT. 16 FRONTS of BEEF......Ib. 43c HINDS of BEEF.......Ib. 72c SIDES of BEEF.......Ib. 57c SIDES of PORK.......Ib. 29c SIDES of LAMB......Ib. 57c ALL MEATS UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED CUTTING, WRAPPING IN ALUMINUM T FOIL AND FREEZING............per Ib. CURING HAM and i n BACON.........................Ib. IUC CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING TUES., WED., THURS., FRI. AT TABER PACKERS SIDORSKY'S FURNITURE APPLIANCES LTD. 542 13th ST. 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