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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wcilnoidoy, OOobcr 25, 1972 THE LCTHBRIDGE HEWUD 37 Grade 9 students attend Taber council session TABER (UN'S) Ten Grade 9 students from W. II. Myers High School, Taber, were Poppy sales chairman elected COLEMAN Al Krywolt and Tony Cocciolone of the Coleman Legion execu- tive were named chairman of the Legion poppy sales cam- paign. They will be assisted by the Colemaji Junior Forest Wardens and Legion Ladies Auxiliary. Pians (or tlie annual Re- The tractor, with tire changes memheranre Day fcrvices were supplied in Die tender, will mental and liscussed. I A combined unit here could Coleman, lilain.ioro a tho the active treatment Mlevue branches ol the Royal! palk hospital now used, an auxiliary Canadian Legion will co-op-! The re v.-ere three other bids unit and a nursing home. for Young Minds' By ROSS CilDD Herald News Service TABER It W2S the same program and only the faces were different. The "Something for Young Minds" project sponsored joint- ly by the Lctlibridgo Rotary Club and Canadian Sugar Fac- tories Limited saw some 29 top high school students from across the province on an educational tour of the sugar and other agri- cultural industries of southern Alberta. Individual Rotary Clubs from Tort St. John, B.C. to Canvay, and from North Baltleford, Sask., and Swift Current, Sask. to Fairview selected represen- tative students, handling trav- elling expenses to the Leth- bridgc gathering. The visitors were hosted over night at the homes of Leth- bridge Rotarians while in the city, and received "red carpet" treatment during the two-day experience. They visited tho vegetable oil production plant of Western Canada Seed Processors Ltd. and were given a tour of the University of Lethbridge. Aid. Steve Kolch of Letii- bridge hosted an interesting tour of local landmarks includ- ng the history laden Indian Battle Park. Keith E, Pilling of Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. was guide for a tour of Valley Feeders with Dick Gray as host, the company feed lot at Picture Butte, and close-up viewing a the sugar beet harvesting and receiving operations at bet] Picture Butte and Taber. At Taber, the noon luncheon at Petrie's Pantry included a viewing of the film "Sugar, Uie Energy Food" and was follow ed by guided tours of the loca sugar manufacturing plant. Colin Darcel, past presiden of the Rotary Club accompan led the students Saturday, alon with indefatiguable Milt Moffat who lias accompanied students during each of the annual ton which started in Group pictures taken at th sugar company office 'here wi mailed to each of the visi ing students as a reminder o an outstanding week-end of ec ucational entertainment and so ciau'zmg. Ella Stcw- rl, willow of Hie. late Gen. r. S. Stewart, is greeted by Uilo llirsclic, c x e cutive member of the I'ort Macleod Tloyal Canadian legion, at a recent meeting of the 1911- 1918 Vplrraiis' Associa- tion at .Furl Macleod. Mrs. Slewarl resides Ell I.t'th bridge. Ssviharl Plioto serving guests at a recent meet- big ol the town council. They were welcomed by! Mayor Arthur II. Avcry. i Tlie students heard a discus- sion on Ihc purchase ol equip- ment and other matters. Council accepted the tender (one ol three received) Irom Ackland's Limited, Taber, for the supply of a steam cleaner for tho shop Ihc price was atlcr a trade-in al- lowance lor an older unit. A Ford 3000 tractor, 38 horse power, was purchased from Do- minion Tracto.-town. Edmon- ton, for on which is to be mounted a Zamboni ice machine for use in Uie com- munity centre arena. Stretching health dollars possible says MLA Paproski MAG RATH (HNS) Dr. Kenneth K. H. Paproski, MLA, let with the Magrath town council and chamber of com- merce to explain (he "NOW- Alberta Comrmm i t y Health and Social good area to try the plan as there is no home for the aged, auxiliary hospital home. or nursing prime factors In consideration of this plan, The area served would be proximately the same as Senior citizens have desired hospital.district which _ includes such a centre so tbey can re- ment) Centres. (Devclop- 1 main ncar families when they require special care. Provision of services relating j Fjvc doctors with four years lo community needs would lw 1 post-graduate work and an ac- in one centre, instead of three as now. This would eliminate duplica- tion of rccovds and costly traiis- portation. The plan emphasizes stretch- ing the health dollar for pre- vention of health problems and enlarging facilities in one cen- (re to provide services for phy- erate for the services. credited municipal hospital are Wants play area FORT MACLEOD (Special) Mrs. J. C. Davis, private anrj citizen, met with the Fort Mac- J possibilities, leod recreation board to request extra playground facilities. Town council has allotted land for this purpose. Welling, Del Bonita and Coulee. A co-ordinated central office would serve all departments. Need for such a unit was ex- pressed at the town's animal jneeting in March. Dr. It. M. Dahl was appointed chairman of a committee to as- certain those would support a combined unit of nursing home, senior home hospital and ir. etigaU under consideration. At present the one area, 2ml Ave. and 21st St. is being de- veloped by Uie Lionettes as Dr. Paproski feels this Is a j their Centennial project. E. Unman, MLA, given suppni t. Contnct will new lx? made lo acquaint every one with 'Tsow-I'lan'1 which will meet optimal health and social needi of the individual and the family on an on-going basis. Boy Scouts aided by Legion o PINCHER CREEK (Special The Pinclier Creek branch of the Royal Canadian Legion sponsored a Tlianksgiving draw, The funds were for the Grizzly District Council of the Boy Scouts of Canada. Mrs, Nat Skclly, ident of the Ladies Auxiliary, drew the winning tickets, Th c; winn e rs were Ti Irs. M, Blairmore, Jackie Ilenes and Mrs. Pearl Kettles. 16-member class has line record NOBLEFORD (Special) In the 1971-72 term, the Grade 12 class had 16 members. Hie final assessment was made, an impressive rec- ord had been achieved. Of the 16 grads, 15 were eli- Scliool hoard lias advantage NATAL (HNS) It's mostly "give" and little "take" in the deal between Fernie council and the Fernie school board for joint use of recreational facili- ties. Recreation director li a r y McClenaghan iold council re- cently "Ihc school Ijoarcl is get- ting very good advantage out of this, while we are not." He said the situation poinls out the need for the new com- munity centre and provision of additional recreational equip- ment.- He said l.he high school audi- torium is fn use all week. "There's no way we can use the high school building on weekends." He added that through co-op- eration with adult recreation director Hay Hughes, programs are being conducled in class- rooms. Auditorium space is at a premium. He added tho Ui use the Isabella Oicken School auditorium either. "Now at the high he Fnid, "only Monday nighl is available." Result is a squccM! in arrco- modalioti for adult spirts, with the community centre avail- able but not fully equipped. As much use as possible is being mrultt of il. Aid. Mao Williams Bald, "we actually appeal- to be casing our way out of this. We had more co-operation last year.1' She hoped a "joint use com- piittcc." herded by school prin- cipal Max Turyk and with Mr. MrClennphan as sccrelary, will mutual nf cily and school dl.Mrict [arjlilips. gible lor their high school diploma. The 16th student has returned to high school. Of the 15 high school diplo- mas received, nine received matriculation standing. Attending the University' of Lethbridge are four grads; an- other four are attending vari- ous universities in the United States; one is attending the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology'; one is attending college at Calga'.-y; three are employed and two are at home. O'Donnell offers tests in. football 500 attend Garrison Ball FORT MACLEOD (Special) The 1972 Garrison Ball was a success. About 500 people from poinls in southwestern Alberta attend- ed. Tlie function recalled the arrival of the North West Mounted Police to the area 88 years ago. Receiving gucsls were Mayor i and Mrs. George liuzimis, rep- resenting the Town of Fort Macleod; Inspector and Mrs. Gordon, subdivision HCMP: vSgl. and Mrs. Becker, local detachment. RCMP; Mrs. Muriel Ragan, Fort Macleod Historical Associ ation: and Lcighton Buckwell, MLA and president of the Fort Macleod Centennial Society. Director of ceremonies was Wallace Daley of Granum. He introduced oldtimers W. A. Day and G. R. Davis as special guests. Another honored guest was Glascoe and his bride of one week. Ho designed the centennial symbol for the his- i torical association in The symbol, an Indian war bonnet and a police hat with the num- eral 100, was used in Ihe scar- let and gold dreoration theme for (he evening. The Garrison Hall of Ifi73 will herald the beginning of the town's official centennial year. leads veterans lo Macleod FORT MACLEOD First World War COALDALE (HNS) Tern-! O'Donnell of the R.I. Baker j MoiTIS School here, in co-operation with the County southern regional recreation board, is organizing tlie local competition for tho Spalding Achievement Award for Foot- ball Canada Fundamentals. The competition Is open to both boys and girls. They will be scored on distance and ac- curacy in kicking, passing and punting. Entry forms are available in the scliools and mast com- pleted and returned to the res- pective schools by Monday, Oct. 23 at 3 a.m. Competition Day is Monday, Oct. 23 at 4 p.m. at (ho JU. Baker School. (Spcciall veterans Makes flowers CARMANGAY (HNS) .Tone Carlyle, the new district home economist for the Vulcan county, was a guest ot the weekly meeting of the LHtlo Row Community Club, She demonstrated making wool flowers and gifts suitable for Christmas giving. An aflcrnooii of cards anrl i isitinc was crijoynd by Ihrxso i present In llin recreation room, and their wives arc a special breed of people, especially if they hail t.'om Lethbridge- The newly-tanned 1014 to 191ft Vclenin's Association received first iiul-ni-town in vital ion from Die Koyal Canadian Leg- ion Branch -Hi and Ladies Auxi- liary hero. The ho-sls jirranf'w! yn after noon of dancing, visiting and a coif I plate supper. Sixty-four en me ovor from Lolhlyid ,Umc (be Ciencral Ste- wart ncn's Auxiliary at thought a social club should he formed lo honor the veterans of I ho First World War, A fen of is levied [o any veteran, wife or vitlow. There is no other stipulation for mem- bership. Prestdcr.l is Karl Morris, 70, a Vimy veteran, Un said: "Our ranks arc Ihiiv ninn and until nrnv hpcn a loryolfr'i r.irc, in A wav." Today you can beat the chills beautifully with our cosiest, cheeriest comforter set. the cosiesl, wild airy polyester fibrefill lo hug you with winterttmo warmlh. 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