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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Oetebtr 19, THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD-17 v_wC Livingstone Gap coal fields and cattle pasture distinguish the area north of Lindbreck about 15 miles. WALTER KERBEH photo Heating systems need repair CLARESHOLM (HNS) Heating systems in all schools in the Willow Creek division will be checked before the winter, trustees have decided. Complaints from several schools in the division prompted the action. The division maintenance man told trustees one steam pipe in a Fort Macleod school is completely plugged. Heating problems in other schools are caused by too many people adjusting the thermostats, he said. Trustees agreed the heating systems should be checked once a year. Infant clinics Herald- District Agricultural arena planned for Cardston Construction on a agricultural arena to be built in Cards ton, will begin in about one month. Mike Shaw, vice-president of the Cardston Agricultural Society, says it will be built on the site of the rodeo grounds and will encompass the pre- sent grandstand. It will be used for fairs, rodeos, clinics and auctions. The arena will be approx imately 240 feet long and 100 feet wide. It is being financed by provincial and federal govern- ment grants, savings of the. Agricultural Society and other sources. The arena will be constructed by Cardston residents and should be finish- ed in May, 1974. The arena will be used by .Cardston and Municipality of Cardston residents. next Recreation facilities week The Barons-Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the follow- ing infant and pre-school clinics: PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Oct. 23, in the Pic- ture Butte High School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. Oct. 23, in the Health Unit Office, in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday, Oct. 24, in the Elementary School from to p.m. VAUXHALL: Wednesday, Oct. 24, in the Elementary School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Oct. 25, in the Health Unit Of- fice, (upstairs in the Town Of- fice Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Oct. 25, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARONS: Friday, Oct. 26, in the School from to p.m. For Social Service ap- pointments telephone: Coaldale, 345-3388; Taber, 223- 3911. Price rises PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The price of the St. Catherine's Catholic Women's League annual fall supper will be raised to keep in step with rising food prices. The supper will be held Nov. 2. Celebrations for the league's 25th anniversary will be held after the New Year. use agreement signed CLARESHOLM (HNS) Trustees of the Willow Creek School Division have signed an agreement with Fort Macleod for joint use of recreation facilities in the town. The agreement is the last one to be signed with towns in the division. In other business, the board approved a budget of for school maintenance and grants to libraries equalling last year's expenditures. The board voted to increase hot lunch grants to per student. All schools but Claresholm Junior High have facilities to serve hot lunches. Other budget expenses in- clude for transpor- tation, for administra- tion and for loan payments. E. Kootenay electors list increases by 792 CRANBROOK, B.C. (HNS) Voters in East Kootenay Regional District's six elec- toral areas total at list, closing, up from the listed in 1972 for the annual ballot. Election day has been set Pheasant derby set PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The Picture Butte Fish and Game Association will hold an auction Oct. 27 at 4 p.m. in the old Shimek garage. The association also plans a pheasant derby. Members are asked to bring their birds to Joe's Upholstery Shop. A course on forestry for young people will be taught by J. Gormly of Shaughnessy starting in November. back from early December to Nov. 17. Three of six electoral areas will elect board members for two-year terms. Cranbrook municipal list has closed at ratepayers, tenant-electors and resident- electors, up from 1972's With nomination deadline Oct. declared as seeking office are Aid. Ty mayor, Aldermen Art Beresford and Alec Demchuk for further two-year terms, and former, city engineer C. G. Rick Spooner, and 0. M. (Son- ny) Uri, aldermen. Three two-year terms and a one-year term byelection for the Colgur seat are open. Markets outlined Live Entertainment FRIDAY and SATURDAY AT THE SAVOY HOTEL CHAMPION Featuring DALEANGER FROM EDMONTON Everyone Welcome CARDSTON (HNS) The importance of establishing; overseas markets for Alberta agricultural products was stressed at a meeting of Rotarians here recently. Harry Margraves, Alberta Department of Agriculture marketing board com- missioner, told the group Japan is Alberta's number two trading partner and is; becoming increasingly involv- ed in trade here. Seven to 12 Japanese mis-: sions come to Alberta each' month showing an interest in buying Alberta honey, pork, wheat and beef and dairy breeding stock. Mr. Margraves said he will head a delegation to other, countries in Eastern Asia in November to explore possible markets in that area. CLARESHOLM (HNS) The Claresholm Preventive Social Services Advisory' Board has approved the ap- pointment of Lavern Anderson as service director. Mr. Anderson is a native of Medicine Hat and has held a similar position at Lesser Slave Lake since March, 1970. Chamber music group to visit Taber schools Four Taber schools will be visited by the One-Third-Ninth professional chamber music trio from Calgary Monday and Tuesday. The trio will spend its first day in Taber at W. R. Myers high school and in the evening will give a concert open to the Boy Scouts amalgamate RAYMOND (HNS) Chinook and Sunshine Boy Scouts Districts have been amalgamated to form one dis- trict, retaining the Chinook name. The executive officers will be those of the Chinook District until the annual elec- tion of officers in March, 1974. Robert Brandley is the president with David Wilde, James Anderson and Delmar Broadhead as officers. The enlarged district will include Raymond, Stirling, Wrentham, New Dayton, Masinasin, Warner, Milk River, Welling, Magrath, Spr- ing Coulee, Del Bonita and Coutts. public. Tickets for the concert will cost The group will spend Tues- day visiting three elementary schools. The trio is sponsored by the provincial department of culture, youth, and recreation Aquitaine Company of Canada' Ltd. under the Alberta artists in-residence program. Under the program, the group will play two to four-night stands in various communities around the province to stimulate cultural activity. Ding-a-ling evening 'PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Ladies Aux- iliary to the Canadian Legion is planning its Annual Poppy Campaign. A Ding-a-Ling evening in aid of the Poppy Fund, will be held in the Legion Club rooms. Plans are being made to organize a Kadet Corps for girls 13 to 18 years of age. The auxiliary members will spon- sor the group once it is organized. He developed community- life programs for several of the communities in the area and participated in developing a detached-youth project in the area. Mr. Anderson is married and has two children. The advisory board also elected Bill Frazer chairman and Lucy Seymour secretary. The new oirector is ex- pected to arrive Nov. 5 from his home in High Prairie and begin his duties shortly after. The next board meeting is scheduled for Nov. 13 in the town council chambers. Wardens, scouts camp COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Scouts from Lethbridge and Edmonton joined Coleman Junior Forest Wardens at a camp near here recently. Fifty-five youths spent the weekend at Beaver Creek in the Porcupine Hills building shelters, makipg proper campfires and learning the use of axes and saws and the care of camping equipment. Activities included hiking in the surrounding mountains, tree and plant identification and animal tracking. Similar camps are planned for once a month during the winter. The South in short Lomond PTA disbands LOMOND (HNS) The Lo- mond Home and School Association will be disbanded and the local students' union will organize all future func- tions. The students' union organiz- ed the most recent meet-the- teachers night. Awards were given to JTim Sleeves as the top Grade 12 student and Ron Schlaht as outstanding athlete. Chamber banquet Nov. 1 COUTTS (HNS) The an- nual chamber of commerce banquet will be held in the Coutts Civic Centre Nov. 1 featuring Gov. Grant MacEwan as guest speaker. Tickets can be obtained from chamber members. Adult classes planned LOMOND (HNS) Sewing classes will be held in the Lo- mond School beginning Mon- day. Eileen Nelson of Vulcan will instruct eight classes. Adult evening classes In photography, Christmas crafts and physical fitness will be organized at the school Wednesday at p.m. Classes in cereamics and cartridge loading started Thursday. Banquet features skit BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) A skit "Down Memory Lane" highlighted the Blairmore and Frank Senior Citizens Banquet, presented by the Ladies of the Royal Purple Lodge No. 149. More than 100 senior citizens attended the event in the Elks Hall. School projects okayed CLARESHOLM (HNS) Educational Opportunities Fund projects have been approved for Stavely and Fort Macleod. The Stavely project is for in- struction in physical educa- tion and remedial reading. The grant at Fort Macleod is for an elementary school music program. Turkey supper Saturday Fall's clutter Fall brings Jack Frost and the inevitable golden leaves. Milk River streets have been turned into a river of fall colored leaves as winter approaches. RICK ERVIN photo Services director hired LOMOND (HNS) The an- nual Good Will Service Club turkey supper will be held Saturday at the Community Centre from 5 to 7 p.m. Centennial plans begun FORT MACLEOD (Special) Mountain View Rebekah Lodge has begun plans for a centennial celebration Anril 11, 1974. Successful eye-screening clinics have been held in Cardston and Fort Macleod. Response to this service has been very gratifying. The snnuHl b3Z22r will be held in the Lodge rooms on Oct. 27. Ski classes scheduled PINCHER CREEK (Special) Skiers will have an opportunity to condition ahead of the season at a Dry Ski School sponsored by the .West Castle Ski Club. Dan McKim will be the instructor at Canyon School starting Oct. 22, Monday and Wednesdays from to p.m. Curling season nears COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Curling Club is accepting memberships for the 1973-74 season. Persons in- terested in curling may con- tact Mrs. J. C. Cale, 345-4660, or Duncan Lloyd, 345-4313. r WALSH CATTLE MARKETING ASSOCIATION FOR SALE RANCH CALVES anniMr. OCT. 20 Sale Starts p.m. J. FULTON Secretary PHONE 937-2424 ;