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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SPORTPLEX OR SPORTSPLEX? A rose by any other name would smell as sweet, says Shakespeare, but Coal- dale is wondering about this idea. The current controver- sy at Coadale is whether to call the new sports centre a Sportplex or a Sportsplex. It is estimated the cost will be This includes dressing rooms, swimming pool. ice arena and'Curling rink. They are to be built in that order. The drawing above labels it as being the Sportsplex for Coaldale and District. The open swimming pool will be built next spring. It is hoped to have swimming in 1971. Funds will in the most part be raised by contributions from the general public. Bylaw Opposed At Natal NATAL (HNS) Directors of UK Regional District of East Kootenay will meet again with members of the Elk Valley Land Protection Association be- fore giving final reading to a zoning bylaw that the associa- Uor opposes. Opposition to the bylaw was expressed first at the public hearing on it. The bylaw is in Victoria for approval by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council and the regional board has agreed to meet again to consid- er alternate proposals that members of (he Elk Valley land Protection Association may put forward. The bylaw is designed to pre- vent urban sprawl or ribbon de- velopment up the Elk River Valley and sets limits to sub- division of land between Spar- wood and the new Fording Coal townsile at Boivin Creek. Residents of Elk Valley have objected to it on the grounds Honor Graduates ceremonies began with grads, their relatives Activities Resume FORT MACLEOD (SpeciaD-Trinity United Church Women have resumed their fall activities and held the first meeting, Mrs. Mary DeKoning, president in the chair. The. devotional was in charge of Mrs. Lloyd Finder who spoke on bridging the generation gap. The remainder of the fall programs will be: October, Lewis Auxiliary will be presenting music, November the District Home Economist will be guest speaker and Decem her the Blue Trail Unit will present a Christmas program. Tour Europe TURIN (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kubik, daughters Mary, Mildred and Mrs. Paul (Pauline) Juhar and Mrs. Marie Kubik have recently returned from a three-month tour of Europe. They travelled by train and Europabus. Countries included on their itinerary were: England France including Monaco, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Czecho Slovakia. A month was spent in Czechoslovakia visiting relatives and friends. Attends Seminar NOBLEFORD (Special) -Roberta Rogers recently returned home, after attending a United Nations Seminar, held at the Banff School of Fine Arts. Although this seminar is open to all grade 11 students in the province only three students took advantage of this course from the south with Roberta the only representative from the County of Lethbridge High Schools, Aid Gooder School NEW DAYTON The September meeting of the United Church Women was held at the home of Mrs. Alice Gorrill with seven members and one visitor present. Devotional was given by Mrs. Bob call involved articles for the Dorothy Gooder School at Lethbridge. A donation was made to the Canadian Bible Society. Letters of thanks were received from the Unitarian Service Committee for used clothing and Dr. Burgess of the Hospital Do-Dondi for knitted lener bandages. Members are asked to be responsible for harvest decora- Child Cl'niCi (HNS) The Barons-Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Sept. 22, in the Library Building (south door) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TAKER: Tuesday, Sept. 22, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFOUD: Wednesday, Sept. 23, in the School from to p.m. V A U X H A L L: Wednesday Sept. 23, in the Elementary School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Sept. 24, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) .from 10 a.nt. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Sept. 24, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARONS: Friday, Sept. 25 in the School from to p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at ah1 clinics free of charge. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against contagious disease. More District On Page COUNTR These Tlielcthki Correspondents BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGC ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET BARONS MRS. JUNE NEWS Are dgc Herald In Your Area 3MERY f 0 Box P.O. Box P.O. Box CROWSNEST PASS VERN DECOUX General Contact these people for your District News cr Classified tions for Thanksgiving service. An invitation was extended to the Catholic Women's League to attend the October meeting at Mrs. Austin Skeith's resi- dence. Suggest Expert NATAL (HNS) The feasi- bility of hiring a consultant to be study p o 1 1 u tion applications within the Regional District of East Kootenay will be investi- gated by the RDEK's admini- strator. The board supported the mo- tion of director Gerald De Cosse with the suggestion that the ser- vices of such a consultant would not necessarily be limited to in- spection of applications to dis- charge effluent. Rec Survey NATAL, B.C. (HNS) High school students will start to knock on doors in the District of Sparwood with a question- naire designed to determine the recreation needs of residents here. take two im and the Indian Rodeo Cowboy Assoc. Proudly Present the INTERNATIONAL ALL-INDIAN INDOOR RODEO FINALS OCTOBER 2-3-4 8 p.m., SUN. 2 p.m. Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion OVER IN PRIZE MONEY FRi. 8 p.m., SAT. TROPHIES IN ALL EVENTS: Bareback Bronc Riding Calf Roping Saddle Bronc Riding Steer Wrestling Jr. Girls Barrel Racing Sr. Girls Barrel Racing Boys Steer Riding Team Roping Brahma Bull Riding ONLY THE 10 TOP FINALISTS IN EACH EVENT WILL BE COMPETING ADDED EVENTS: Joe Saddleback and his world famous dance troupe featuring his 2 sons performing the hoop dance Miss Laverna McMaster Miss Indian Princess of Canada Indian Children Dance Group Advance tickets on sale at Herb's Western Wear, Marcel's Club Cigar Stare, and Doug's Music and Sports. Adults S2.00 Students (13-18 with cards) SI.00 Children (12 and under with parents) FREE Friday: Family Nile- Mom, Dad and 2 Students S3.0O The survey The results will be analyzed by a computer and the high- lights of this analysis, which will be published, will be used by those responsible for plan- ning for the recreation needs of the District of Sparwood. Attend Banquet COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) More than 200 members ot the Coleman UMWA, their wives and guests attended the suc- cessfull fourth annual United Mine Workers annual banquet and dance held at Crowsnest Lakes pavillion Sept. 12. PINCHER CREEK (Special) St. Michael's School was the scene recently of a final farewell to the 1969-70 graduating class. The farewell the and friends meeting at St. Michael's Church for Mass. This was fol- lowed by a banquet at which Mervyn Enes was Master of Ceremonies. The banquet was attended by the graduates, their parents, escorts, School Board and Church Council members, teachers and guest speaker. Dr. E. C. Bryant opened the exercises by singing the theme song "I've Gotta Be Me" as the Grads entered the hall. Karen Bonertz gave the salu- tory and Fred White introduced the Grads. The class histories were read by Judy Kunkle and Eleanor Richter followed by a spiritual address by Father Weisgerber. After the singing of two selec- tions by the school choir, Rev- erend Dr. Mackenzie, the guest speaker, gave an inspiring talk on the presence of "Hope" even in the darkest periods of his- tory. W. Schrempp awarded the Grads their diplomas and rings, and L. Ouelette, the school principal spoke briefly to the students. The last wills and tes- taments were read by Leanne Bonertz and Meryyn Enes after which time David Williams as the Valedictorian gave his address to the class. The awards which were pre- sented were: Kinetic award for school involvement Margaret Williams; the Jim Stapleton award for all-star basketball Williams and Fran- cis Cyr; Principal's award for high academic da Riviere; Home arid School award for High Grade 9 aca- Bonertz; CWL award for junior Christian Spirit K. C. Petrone; Knights of Columbus award for Senior Christian Spirit Karen Bon- ertz; Mrs. Haugen Award for high mark English 30 Mau- reen Makuk; Mrs. Haugen award for High Mark English 33 Judy Kunkel; Student Ef- fort award Lillian Bruder; Blackburn award and watch for High Grade 12 average to David Williams; Students Union award for student of the year to David Williams; Staff spe- cial award to Fred White; CYO Top Girl athlete to Maureen is pleased to announce REDUCED PRICES TIRE MOTHER BROWN MENU ON THE ENTIRE DEEP SEA COD SMALL FRY, 1 pc. and chips................55 MAMA FRY, 2 pcs. and chips................75 PAPA FRY, 3 pcs. and chips................95 FAMILY FRY, 12 pcs. 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Thursday, 1770 THE LEIHBRIDGE IIERAtl) _ 3 Mine Of fid ul Visits Coleman COLK.MAN (CNP Bureau) John Dclancy ot Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, who was recently appointed president of District 18 United Mine Workers of America was a recent visitor in Coleman to meet with Coleman Collieries Limited and UMWA local officials regarding agree- ment business. Mr. Delaney, appointed to his new position August 1 by the International UMWA Board, re- places retired president Mike Snsnar of Luscar. A district Board meeting was held in Calgary recently at- tended by all district executive hoard members who met the new president. Tha district exe- cutive board consists of one member from each district. The Coleman member attending was local union secretary Peter Meroniuk. that it interferes with their free use of their land. Representatives of the Elk Valley have objected to it on the grounds that it interferes with their free use of their land. Representatives of the Elk Valley owners appeared at the August meeting of the board, and board members held a special meeting to consider the problem before sending the by- law to Victoria. At that meet- ing they decided to meet again with Elk Valley owners. They say they can still withhold final reading if the owners convince them that their protests are reasonable and provide them with alternatives that would better serve the public good. At the last meeting, Len Mu- sil spoke for the association, and he agreed to attend the meeting although he said his organization would not make suggestions, as they would be regarded as a bargaining. Comments of members indicate association that they feel they should have been con- sulted before the bylaw was drafted and that they should have had more than the statu- tory notice before the hearing. Shower Planned COALDALE (HNS) Miss Lynn Knapp will be honored at a shower here at 8 p.m. Tues- day, Sept. 22, in the Coaldale United Church hall. 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