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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Volleyball events may go to 'Pass Monday, October 22, LETHBRIDGE HERALD-13 District Drama workshop held BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass may be the site chosen by the South Alberta Winter Games Committee for the preliminaries in volleyball events providing the towns here can meet the specifications required for size and accommodation. The information was given to the Blairmore town council by the local recreation board which also advised that an application has been made for a Local Incentive Program grant to operate the Blair- more Ski Hill this winter. Council gave its approval to order fluoridation equipment, once approval is obtained from the Department of En- vironment. Approval has been withheld because an all weather road was locking to the reservoir chlorinator plant site. The road has now been constructed. Council endorsed the action of Frank Capron. the town's arena committee chairman to order 31 B.T.U. infra- red heaters for the arena. Al Krywolt of Vets Enterprises of Coleman was granted permission by council for the establishment of a mobile homes sales lot on the property west of the spur near the Federal Building on the north side of the highway, providing certain conditions and regulations are met. P1NCHER CREEK (Special) The Windy Hollow Players recently spon- sored a day-long Drama Workshop for Pincher Creek and district residents. Patrick Dunn, chairman, drama department. Medicine Mat College, conducted courses in acting and direc- ting. Mr. Dunn gave examples of theatre in action. Jane Fleming, speech in- structor at Mount Royal College. Calgary and speech Ice centre meeting set tutor for the Indian University Program, conducted the speech course. Murray Robinson of the Coaldale' Little Theatre held the course in stagecraft. The set is used to reinforce the idea of the play as visualized by the director. Alice Policy, drama division. Department of Culture, Youth and Recrea- tion arranged for the guests to appear. NOBLEFORD (HNS) A new board or directors will be elected when the Nobleford Community Ice Centre association meets at the curl- ing rink Oct. 30 at 8 p.m. Society elects officers Cattle auction sales reach all-time high CRANBROOK, B.C. All- time peak for Cranbrook Sales Point, Community Auction Sales was established recent- ly with its annual calf sale, when head sold for a total of to push the series total to just under Three-quarters of the entries were Herefords and the rest Aberdeen Angus. Steers went at 64 to 75 cents, a pound exceeding by four cents the previous high this year, and heifers went at 54 to 58 cents. Average weight was 400 pounds. Bill Bradford, manager, reports that 14 railway carloads carrying about 800 head were dispatched Friday to Ontario. All the calves originated in East Kootenay and Came from Golden, Creston. Wycliffe. South Country and Wasa-Bull River area. Buyer response has resulted in scheduling an extra mixed beef animal sale here Nov. 9. Sales Point total now stands at 3.402 head returning S945.- 931 for the year so far. With Oct.'23 Charolais cross sale 'puesday and mixed sale Oct. 31. and the extra Cranbrook Sales Point has still six sales to go including the final clean-up sale December 12. CARDSTON (HNS) Of- ficers for the Cardston Agricultural Society were elected at the society's recent annual meeting. The new president is Reid Kearl. Mike Shaw and Bill Reeder are vice-presidents. Mildred Jensen, secretary and Anna Louise Olsen. fair board chairman. The financial report shows a profit of for the society during the year. Police had busy summer PINCHER CREEK (Special) Local police in- vestigated 261 complaints dur- ing the summer months, the Police Commission report shows. Heading the list were 94 offenses under the Highway Traffic Act, 21 criminal code charges. 55 Liquor Control Act charges and eight impaired- driving arrests. drive Hospital officers named PINCHER C K KK K (Special) Members of St. Michael's C.W.L. have collected from their an- nual campaign for the Cana- dian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society. The figures show an increase over 1972 of OLDEST MAP The oldest known map is the Turin Papyrus showing the layout of an Egyptian gold- mine in 1320 B.C.' RAYMOND (HNS) Of- ficers have been elected for the Raymond Municipal Hospital Auxiliary's coming Vear. Royline Lloyd is president and the two vice-presidents are Jean Peterson and Martha Taylor. The secretary is Verland Leavitt and treasurer is Kinko Hironaka. 500 head to be offered P I N C HER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek Cattle Breeders" Association reports that its selector. Glen Powesland of Del Bonita. has completed in- spection of local cattle herds and has chosen nearlv 500 head of registered and com- mercial heifers and calves to be sold at the Community Auction Sales facilities at Pincher Station Nov. 2. In addition, several registered bulls will also be on offer. Progress Heavy construc- tion along Highway 3 in seen as work proceeds on the new Heritage Motor Hotel south of the highway in West Taber. Construction crews place precast roof slabs above the motel units of the 34 unit structure while Department of Highways and Tran- sport heavy equip- ment operators make the median crossing and entrance for the motel development. Norman A. Long, developer of the property, says that highway lighting will be included in the project. RossGibb photos Lakeside drive Highway 3 passes Crowsnest Lake near the Alberta-B.C. border Magrath band room delayed t CARDSTON (HNS) The Cardston School Divisional Board's request for approval to begin construction of the Magrath band room addition has again been tabled by the school buildings board. Government red tape has consistently hampered the project in spite of the premier's announcement on Sept. 17. A letter has been sent to the minister of education pointing out the urgency of the Tea planned COUTTS (HNS) The Coutts United Church Women will hold their annual fall tea. bazaar and bake sale in the Coutts Civic Centre Wednes- day from 2 to 5 p.m. project and requesting assistance in obtaining im- mediate approval to begin construction. In other business the Board granted permission to the Cardston High School Concert Band to attend Expo '74 in Spokane. Wash. It is expected the trip will be scheduled near the end of May. 1974. The invitation stated the Exposition Board had learned of the great success of the band at Expo "67 in Montreal and requested the band appear and perform in the International Festival of Entertainment. Trustees term of office for subdivisions 5. 6 and 7 represented by John Schneyder, Dr. Steel Brewerton and Willard Brooks will be up for nomina- tion on Oct. 31. Nominations be received in the divisional office in Cardston between 10 a.m. and noon. Official enrolment figure? for the 1973-74 school year shows a further decline from the 1972-1973 figures by nearly pupils, this decline represents a loss d about in revenue on the present foundation inrmula. The board will look careful- ly ;it its program and staffing policies in the near future. Olds course extended The horseshoe course at Olds Regional College has been lengthened from 12 to 16 weeks. The extension is to give students more time and ex- perience on basic and special- ty horse work and to give them at least a week of train- ing on cattle hoofs. Nov. 15 is the deadline for receipt of applications for the course to start .Jan. 7. Because this course has been in the the college is holding pre-enlrance interviews for all applicants. Further infor- mation regarding lime and place of interviews will be sent to all applicants. JOHN DEERE SNOWMOBILE Buy now, g a full seaso of savings Buy any John Deere Snowmobile now and get a lot of peak-season use with only a small down pay- ment and no installment pay- ments until December 1.1 973. That isn't all. There are no finance charges until April 1. 1974 Take your choice of models on two great suspension systems trail- smoothing trailing-anv, bogies or the new John Deere s'.'de suspen- sion system. This special offer also applies to John Deere Snowmobile fashions and accessories, pur- chased with your snowmobile. Buy now and get a full season of sav- ings and fun. Offer ends November 30. 1973, at participating' John Deere dealers nothing i JOHN orciu Deere McKay Bros. Farm Implements Ltd. 3214-5 N. Lelhbridge, Alia. Phone 327-2043 K D Implements Ltd. Rancher's Supply Ltd. Carditon, Alia. 653-3566 Cliretholm Alta. Phone 235-3711 Green Power Ltd. Taber-Burdett Ph. 223-2139 833-3811 Rancher's Supply Ltd. Pincher Alia. 627-4451 Shut Crop Soil Service Ltd. Vulcan, Alia. Phone 485-2331 Anderson Supplies Ltd. Warner. Altn, Phone 642-38'lS ;