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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Frirlcy, Seplember 10, 1971 THE LEIHERIDGE HERALD 3 COALDALE The Barons- Eurclca Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pro-school clinics: HAYS Tuesday, Sept. 14, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. PICTUIli; ISUTTO Tues- day, Sept. 14, in the Library. Building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABEIl Tuesday, Sept. 14, in the health unil office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. COALDALE Thursday, Sept. 10, 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. TABEIl Thursday, Sept 16, in the health unit office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. I1ARDIEVILLE Thursday, Sept. 17, in the school from to 3.30 p.m. Fluoride tablets are avail- able at all clinics free of charge For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 33BB; Taber 223-3511. Dr. G. II. C. Palmer urges parenls to ensure their chil- dren are fully protected. ihe water under pressure. Mr. Olson officialed al Ihe opening of the new water and sewer services at Barnwell recently. Indoor rodeo at Taber TABER (HNS) The Taber Elks Club's indoor rodeo is scheduled for (his weekend in the Taber Community Centre arena, and is already promising a successful and entertaining show. Rodeo chairman Boh Pater- son reports that some 155 en- tries have already been re- ceived from local participants as well as from Saskatchewan and the Foothills rodeo circuit. The CRA approved rodeo will take placo at p.m. on Sat- urday and again at 2 p.m. Sunday, with a dance scheduled in Ita auditorium Saturday night. Events will include saddle bronc, bareback, steer wrest- ling, bull riding, calf roping, ladies' and junior barrel rar- ing. Each cvcnijiR 10 chickens will be released along with scores of kids 10 and under those catching the chicks may keep them. UNDER PRESSURE Agriculture Minisler H. A. (Bud) Olson has been under pressure in the Commons for a good deal of his agricultural products marketing legis- lation. At Barnwell, however, he turns ihe tables and has Taber Lowii council roundup Amended zoning plan sought Eye clinics to be lield Sepl. 14-16 Storm bei CAHDSTON The Oddfel- lows and flebckahs of this dis- trict will hold Ihc annual eye screening clinic (visual acuity lest) for pro-school children Sepl. H and 15, at the Card- slon MD Building and Sept. 10 at Magi-ath Health Unit Office. This visual acuity test dur- ing the past year showed that 4.8 per cent of children tested required professional care for various eye defects such as. amblyopia, astigma- tism, short sightedness, far sighlcdncss, ni u s c I c defects j I: BLAIR-MORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore has contracted for work to lay an approximate foot long storm sewer from 33rd St. lo 15th Ave. in soi'.lheasf Blairmore. The 18-uich concrele pipe is being supplied by the town and construction work is being done by Tito Perini Construction. Cost of the proicct is between S12.000 and SH.OOO. Mr.ney for Ihc project had been appropriated two years The sewer will drain an al- most continuous flc'.v of water from springs and runoff into the Lyons Creek, running through the centre of [own. The runoff has created prob- lems fur many years. Nohld'onl firefighters and others. Most of the parents ago mil the work was delayed were unaware that anything j until this year. 11 is expected cU.'lJVC was wrong with Uic child's the project will be completed eyes, prior to our clinic. wilhin three weeks. back in classes TABER (HNS) At its final meeting before the Sept. 15 nomination date, town council considered a variety of matters of business. Included' Consideration of subdivision of the Barlon property along Highway 3 east now owned by Ihe town, an expanding busi- ness showing interest in the lo- cation. Council will request Old- man River Region Planning Commission to come up with an amended plan of the area lo maintain l.hc commercial zoning. Receiving a report that the cost of water system change- over at the south treatment plant has been will] a courage some residents to main- tain boulevards. Approving the estimating of material and labor costs for sealing the concrele block walls of the community centre, after recommendations have been re- ceived from the suppliers of the lightweight concrete blocks Authorizing Mayor Arthur H. Avery to represent Ihe on a selection committee to ap- point a successor to Rev. James C. Daisley as chairman of Ihe Taber Housing Authority on his retirement from the office. ALL IN VAIN In olher council news the merits and dcmerils of a pro- posal by councillor Ken McDon- ald lo have names rotated on In connection with the forth- coming civic election, Return- few fittings yet to be received i the civic election ballots for the quieting: October 13 election was mulled and installed, thus "troubled waters." Authorization for councillor Elmer Conrad to consult wilh the local district agriculturist and proceed with (he grass seeding of the land now irri- ing Officer T. M. Anton an- nounced the hours from 10 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, Septem- ber 15 for the receiving of nom- inations at the town office. Seats in public councils are open for a mayor and six coun- cillors for the town of Taber, two town directors for the Tah- er General Hospital Board, and five tnistees for Taber Separ- ate School District No. TAX RELIEF Taxation relief for the ailing Taber 'loyal Canadian Legion was approved by council by re- ducing the Legion's taxation hill for 1871 from to 51.48C.74. The figure repre- sents the town's payments lo the provincial government, on over. The proposal, allowed in the new Municipal Government Act, would retain the alphabetical order of Ihe names, hut on suc- cessive ballots at a polling gated from the sewage lagoon, j place, Ihe top names would he on a progressive basis. rotated in order. Receiving as a recommen-: However, the discussion and dation lo Ihe new council, a sug- I recommendation were in vain, geslion from councillor Wayne sime a covering bylaw must be with its community work under Gol'gh that consideration be passed by council before Sen- the heavy taxation load. given to lower summer waler I tember and the matter came The tender of Town and Cour- rales for domestic use lo en-1 up one meeting tale for action, i try Eleclric of Taber in the an equalized assessment basis, for school and other requisi- lions. The balance of 283.52 cancelled by resolution. Legion officers had earlier ad- vised the council that, with in- clusion of the property under full taxation assessment, [lie or- ganization could not continu' Drive intensified Kaiser Safety has priority amount of S725 tor the supply COALDALE 27 teachers and -tla pi'pils. The once again are busy places school operates on a semester with studenls enrolled in system. The first is from Sep tember to January and the sec- ond from February until the end of June. There has been an addition constructed enlarging the indu.slrial arls area. the f o u r Coaldale institutions Another 23 teachers are in- slrucling pupils in four schools ule rjc-unty of Leth- and installation of materials to bridge district. connect the cemetery irrigation i staff and student enrolment pump motor to its power supplv and wire the building, was ac- cepted by council. Council also considered pump j and plastic piping tenders, and I took that of Western Canada Hardware Ltd. at a price of SI.71J.93. The other bids were not comparable due to pump sizes quoted, and town crews will fabricate some of the pipe j fittings from aluminum com-, ponents. WITHHOLD API'ROVAL Anyone interested in purchas- ing property in Taber's pro- posed mobile home subdivision al 5500 for 50 feet frontage plus connection of services? Council again held up approv- al of service mains installation lo the 20-home area (cost esti- mated at maximum) un- til more evidence of the need for serviced lots is shown. totals for each school arc as fol- lows: Kale Andrews High School: Blood clinic scheduled R. I. Baker School: 22 teach- ers and 495 pupils. Out of this total 150 are elementary, in- cluding the 22 beginners, and 345 are in junior high. John Davidson School: 13 staff members and 303 pupils in Grades 1 to 6 and Ibe special education class being taught by Mrs. Jenme Emery, a teacher in Coaldale for more than 20 years. SI. Joseph's School: nine teachers for 20B students (25 beginners. 130 in elementary and 70 in junior McNally: Nine teachers and 151 students in the Grades 1 to 9. LEAVES roil EAST NOBLEFOIiD (.Special) The .Noblcford fire department has spent a busy h slaricd of wiih the hose laying competitions at Coutts, The team placed fourth in the ''stand pipe" competition and seventh in ihe entire lest. Upon their return, firemen were called lo a rubbish fire at the Clinton Vandcr Woude farm. It had spread into the surrounding grass. A stubble fire on Ihc Luchia farm saw the fireman make the fastest run in their history. A new piece of equipment en- ables the firemen lo put down these type of fires very quick- ly. The final run for the week saw them attend a fire which hit a half ton, 1966 model truck registered lo Gor don I Ross. 1903 3rd Avc. S.. Leth- hridge, on the Monarch hill. This truck was loaded with the and food for 30 campers. The cal] was re- ceived at 6 p.m. and upon arri- val at the scene of the blaze, one of the two propane bottles TABER A Canadian Red Cross blood donor's clinic will be held in tlic Taber Civic Cen- tre from to p.m.; and from p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sept. 29. Sunnvside School: Seven exploded. The second bottle teachers and 124 elementary j was removed safely. The truck grade pupils. and contents were completely RAYMOND (HNS) Mr.' Reaclymade School: Four; destroyed. The cause is un- and Mrs. Mun Takeda have left teachers for the 76 students in i known. to take their son Jerry to On- Grades 1 Lo G. The firemen ended the week tario where he will commence Hardieville School: Three on, on a happier note. They held his university studies at the staff and 67 pupils enrolled in; their annual picnic at Keho University of Waterloo. i the elementary grades. I Park. Brewed from the choicest hops and malt and pure Rocky Mountain spring water Highway autonomy is sought c TABER fILNS) Autonomy in Ihc control of provincial high- ways wilhin urban municipali- ties is being sought for such municipal councils by the town of Taber. The council approved a reso- lution to be presented al tho forthcoming annval meeting of the Alberta Urban Municipali- ties Association which, if ac- cepted by the meeting, will be presented lo the government. prcsenl regulation, the department of highways main- tains control of access to and from highways, leaving the set- ting of speed limits lo the local government. The recommendation for full control of access as well as .speed on the highway comes from failure of Ihe department of highways of Ihe govern- ment lo allow a median cross- ing for access lo properly wilh- in the town limits not otherwise served by a legal access. NATAL (HNS) In all pads of Kaiser Resources Limited mining operations, attention lo safety has priority and be intensified. All employees must make their own personal effort to avoid accidents. The campaign, says Harry Conger. Vice President-Opera- tions, "is not the beginning but a continuation of our policy of making the whole of our coal mining operation a safe place of work. Supervisory staff have al- ready been alerted on those areas where attention is first required their o w n gram 'o suit." welcomed and their suggestions want team work, says the vicc-prcsidenl and every em- ploye must feel he is a mem- ber of the team. "Our theme will be as fol- lows: ''We each have a respon- sibilitv for our own safety and UCW meets September 15 i COALDALIJ (IIKSI Eva and will formulate; Grccr Church Women dcpailincnt s pro- aftcr also the safety of other persons with whom we work." As part of the campaign, a handbook is to he issued to each employee, old or new. Ttiat portion of the book appli- cable lo his position will he ex- plained by supervisors The book covers safely factors in both underground and surface mining operations. Many Kaiser Resources Lim- ited employees contributed to preparation of the book and the section dealing with hydraulic mining was done with advice from Mitsui mining officials K. Shoji, K. Kusakawa and S. Mase a two-month summer recess at Accident prevention commit- s 15 in tees are comprised of reprcscn- c rf h are held regularly ipriscd of repi lalives from the Trade Union who arc workmen from all the I various operating locations, and they will have a share in im- i llffi Wednesday of each plementing Ibeir own depart- 1 mcnl's program. "The United Mine Workers of America. Michel Local have indicated their whole- hearted support of Ihe safely drive and with Ihcir backing. 25 beginners i COALDALE (1INS1 A total we expect to hear useful pro-1 of pupils have enrolled at Blood clinics scheduled KIMBERLEY There will he a blood donor clinics at the A. A. Walkins School. Sept. 15 from 2 lo 4 p.m. and from to 9 p.m.: Sept. 16 from 10 to II a.m. and from to 9 posals from our employees. The opinions of will he Meetings resume for Elks Lodge BLAlliMORF, (CNF Bureau) Elks Lodge No. 15 resumed meelings for the sea- son Ibis week and a complete report on Ihe Canadian Elks Convenlion held in Sudhury, Onl., in .Inly was given by riis- Iricl deputy grand exalted ruler Marx Ciryschuk who attended the event. Approval was given by the lodge lo continue the annual scholarship sponsored by the Elks for (he local high school. The lodge will also donate lo the 'Pass Tool Project coin- in it Ice. Classrooms 2jct okay NATAL. B.C. (HNS) Trus Iocs of School District No. 1 (Fcmie) hnvc received approv- al for Ibeir contract plans lo build four classrooms onto Ridgemonl Elcmenlary School in Fornic. The contract, amounting lo was approved by the provincial treasury board Conlraclor is Taylor Con- struction of Pcnlicton. B.C. The treasury board nlso an- nounced thai the school board of School District No. I has licon given approval lo call tenders for constniclion of Iwo relocatable classroom unil.s to Sparwood ElemcnUiry School. Amount mentioned is The treasury board also has given approva'l for the Depart- ment of Highways lo award a conlracl in the amount of Sll.- 1119 for re decking of Ihe High way .1 bridge al. Michel. St. Joseph's Separate School here for the 1071-72 term. There arc 25 beginners, 130 elementary pupils and 70 junior high pupils Sister Imclda Toomcy is principal and Grade 9 home room leacher. Others on staff are. junior high. Roger Cordukcs and Mrs. Helen Virginello: clemenlary. Frank, Sisler Yvonne McKinnon. Mrs. Lilliane Lastu- ka. Mrs. l.orcnc Harrison, Mrs. Janet Ahlcrl. and Mrs. Frances i Slcmko. i Sisler Yvonne returned lo teach al the school after a one- year leave. This is the only change in staff Golf tourney I September 18 a I Keho Park NOBLEFOIID (SpcciaH- I The annual Kelio Park Goll Club loiirnamcnl will be held Saturday. Sept. 18, with Ice-off time set for 9 a.m. It will he 18 holes of medal (stroke) play. A draw for naif clubs will also take place. Ttoelberg r i M c n i i A i i T v n c C D Welcome to Heidelberg OITieiu! visit NATAL I Thomp- son. B.C. provincial president of the Fralrcnal Order of Eagles of Burn.iby, B.C. will make his first official visit with members here on Friday, Sepl. 17. The ilmor.iry listed for tho provincial president is lhal of making official visils Ihrough- oul Ihe Inlerior i.r B.C. which slarls on Sepl. 1.1 and the Kasl I and West Kootenays. Resume studies RAYMOND (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sugimoto will resume their studies at the University of Saskatoon. Mrs. Sugimofo, flw former Laura Slingshy, daughlcr of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Slingsby of I Wrcnlbam, is one of 10 students to bo awarded A scholar- ship for honor I'.Tiglish students and she also received a S500 honors scholarship. Bolh awards were made from UK; University of .Saskatoon. Welcome to the taste of Heidelberg! So bright, so lively, so brimful of flavour it brings inore enjoyment to your drink- ing pleasure. Welcome to the quality of Heidelberg! Heidelberg is brewed from only the best ingredients ...the finest golden barley malt, the choicest high prime Hallertau hops from Bavaria...and pure natural Rocky Mountain spring water. Take your thirst to Heidelberg today. You'll get a happy welcome that will never wear out because every glass of Heidelberg is as crisp and satisfying as your first. So much more to enjoy ;