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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Pythians in good standing COALDALE (HNS) Twon- ly six members and one visit or attended the first meeting of the fall session of Uie Coaldale Pytlvian Sisters Sunset Temple No. 6. Reports given by the com- mittee for Settlers day showed Uie endeavors of the members had resulted in a great success. The Pythian Sisters float won second prize in the parade. The noon luncheon and the musical program sponsored by the Py- thian Sisters was well attem ed. A letter of appreciation wn received from the Kate An drews High School for the ?2 Scholarship. In the absence the most excellent chief Mrs Gladys Noble, this was to presented to the successful stu dent by Mrs. Violet Perry. A total of 28 temple sister had attended the 22nd Distric Convention at Coleman. Airs Martha Uhryn, the local dele Drive under way CRANBROOK, B.C. (Special) annual Cranbrook Uni- ted Appeal already under way has an objective of for the work of its 12 member agencies. They range from Hed Police answer 398 complaints COALDALE (HNS) Tlw Coaldale Police DeparLm e n t answered 398 complaints dur- ing the past three months. In presenting the monthly re- "porls to the police commission, chief of police Victor L. Mayer staled in June there were 160, July 135 and in August 103 com- plaints. In June six car accidents were investigated by the police. These resulted in estim a t e d damages of No injuries. There were 17 cases in court under the Highway Traffic Acl, a total of 51 under the Liquor Control Acl and one under the Criminal Code. Fines collected totalled but only o[ this was under the LCA while the rest under the Highway Control Act. Cross to Homemaker Servic with major exception the hole out Cancer Society which pre- fers to continue ILS spring can vass. Secretary treasurer E. D Teetzel, retired bank mana ger, reports good response ol ready to his payroll deduction canvass committee, which preceding the main drive. The drive last year failed1 the same objective by more than but it met all its agency commitments tor the second year from over subscription in the opening drive and trans for of surplus from emergency and disaster funds which scrap ed the bottom of the barrel. Curling meet COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale and District Curling Club will hold a general meet- ing at p.m. Wednesday Sept. 22, in the Coaldale Hec- reation office. Purpose of the meeting is to review last y e a r' s operation and to plan for the season ahead. All interested persons urged to attend. ATTENTION! MR- BEET GROWER! SPECIAL! 2 ONLY NEW MODEL 495 DIRECT 3 OR 4 ROW HESSTON BEET HARVESTERS Original Price NEW LOW PRICE...... THESE TWO UNITS MUST BE SOID THIS SEASON GEMCO MACHINERY LTD. BARNWELL PHONE 223-3635 gate reported on convention ac- tivities. Mrs. Beth Baldly of Coaldale won Die trophy for re- citing the organization's invo- cation. The 1972 district con- vention will be held in Coal- dale with the local temple as host. The auditors report given hy Mrs. Jessie Nolan for the first half of 1971 indicated the tem- ple was in good standing. At present there are "18 mem- bers in the Sunset Temple. Eight of them are lifetime members and nine have rec- ords of perfect attendance. A total of 143 sick and friend- ship calls were made by the members during Uie past two months. Luncli was served hy Mrs, Dorothy Frache, Mrs. Robert Wahi, Mrs. Phyllis Handley an Mrs. Nancy lintt. The Barons-Eurcka Healtl Jnit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: ENCHANT Tuesday, Sept 21, in the school from 1 to i i.m. TABER Tuesday, Sept. 21 n the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, fron 0 a.m. to 12 noon and to 1 p.m. TURIN Tuesday. Sept. 21 n tho school from to m. NOBLEFORD Wednesday Sept. 22, in the school from 0 p.m. VAUXHALL Wednesday, Sept. 22, in the elementary chool from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3. p.m. COALDALE Thursday, Sept. 23, in the health unit of- "ce (upstairs in the town of- ice building) from 10 a.m.. lo 2 noon and lo p.m. TABER Thursday. Sept. 1 in the heallh unit office in le administration building, rom 10 a.m. to 12 noon and -30 lo 4 p.m. BARONS Friday, Sept. 24, i tire school from lo m. Fluoride tablets are available all clinics free of charge. For Social Service appoint- lents telephone: Coaldale 15-3388 and Taber 223-3911. Monday, JO, 1971 THt UTHBRIDC! HERALD 3 Family life series Thursday SENIOR STUDENT'S COUNCIL Seven students will make up the council responsible for managing the politico! and social affairs of (he senior high school sludenls at W. R. Myers High School here for this school year. Studying the financial books at ihe flart of the school year are: (left to right) Slacey Marriott, 2nd vice-president; Alice Bekker- ing, treasurer; Dennis Kunimolo, president, Marilynne Pauls, secretary and Jackie Miya- shiro, 1st vice-president. Absent for the picture taking were Miss Linda Smith assistant treasurer and Miss Joan Gillespie assistant secretary. -Ross Gibb Photo. Reservoir contract awarded COALDALE (HNS) Rich ardson Bros. (Olds) Ltd. re- cently were awarded the con- tract by the town council for construction of the raw water storage reservoir for the town. The bid was Poole Construction Ltd. sub- Comedy play on Friday BLAIRMOHE (CNP Bureau) comedy, "You Can Never will be presented in the Isabelle Sellon School in Blair- more on the evening of Friday, Sept. 24. Written by George Bernard Shaw hi 1897, the play will be presented in the costumes and style of the turn of the century. ?lie performance is being spon- sored by the Crowsnest Consol- dated High School in co-oper- ation with the drama division of the cultural develop m c n t iranch of the Drovincial gov- rnmcnt. Directed by Phillip McCoy f the Calgary University Dra- ma Faculty, the comedy pre- ents a number of intriguing problems for the producers and ictors. POOR SWIMMERS Young snapping turtles may rown in six inches of water. niittcd the only other bid. H was in amount of Tiie onfy red tape remaining before the contract is official and constru c I i o n can cor mence is approval from Local Authorities Board, enab- ling the town to borrow the money for the project. Land purchased recently for the reservoir cost The bid accepted was for Al- ternate 3, in the engineering plans and the choice recom- mended by Stanley Associates Engineering, the consulting en- gineers. Under Alternate 3 (lie town will be required to undertake to provide the rip-rap for the resen'oir. About 4.000 cubic yards are needed It will have to be placed in [he reservoir to provide slope protection. Four running NOBLEFORD election for village council will take place hi Nobleford Oct. 13. There are four persons attempt- ing to gain seats on the lliree- man council. Those running are incumbents, Mrs. Jean Noble and Jcnne Neiboer and new- comers Karl Lang Jr. and Ar- nold Lubbers. To hold shower NOBLEFORD (Special) shoirer honoring Miss Doreen Rutherford, bride elect of Bri- an Jenson, will be heli in the Newlangs Comrr unity Hall Monday, Sept. 20 ni 6 p.m. Ev- erybody is welcome. Two Lownships are eligible for (issislancr, TABEft (HNS) Grain crop yields in most areas of the Tabcr'MD will not qualify this year for assistance under the Prairie Farm Assistance Act, according to information tables at a recent meeting of the MD council. Secretary treasurer Doug- las Francis says that only two townslups in the MD, along with a number of sections in other townships, nil! be cover- ed hy applications lo Canada department of agriculture, Rc- gina, for financial aid. The aii-as concerned ]ie on sides of the Oldman Hiver north of Purple Springs and Grassy Lake. To qualify for assistance yields may not he over eight bushels on dryland and 12 bush- els per acre on irrigated land. COALDALti (ILN'S) The third program in the scries of four on Family Life Educa- tion open to all young people in Uie area will IK held from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, in Ihe Coaldale United Church Hull. The topic will he "Money Matters and How." Mrs. Edna Conference, time changed TABER (HNS) Tile start- ing time of the Sept. 26 stake conference at Taber has been changed from 10 a.m. to 9 a.m. to accommodate the vis- iting church authority, Elder Gordon B. Hinkley of Salt Lake City. The change, announced by stake president Kenneth P. An dcrson, was necessary because Alberta remains on stan d a r d time while Montana and the other states operate on dayligli! saving and travel connections could not be maintained other- wise. Also affected by the time change is tire general priesl- hood meeting of the October general conference, which will be received in church halls in Alberla at G p.m. MST, though the meeting is being held at 7 p.m. DST. The Taber Stak? Centre will receive Uie closed broadcast Saturday even i n g Oct. 2. President Anderson also an- nounced that one session of the general semi annual confer- ence will be received by lele- visian via Channel 7, Leth- 3ridge at 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 1, and church services on that, dale will be arranged lo suit the broadcast time. Clarke, extension home nirjn- agemcnl speei.-ihsl, nilh UK Al- berta department of agricul- ture will speak on 'how to be a sophisticated money manager.' The series have been Arrang- ed by Elizabeth Bartman, dis- trict economist, Alberts department of agriculture. eal sponsors arc Mr. and Mrs. Keith Jorgenseii, Hick Omen and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Me.vers, co-leaders ol the Coaldaie Uni- ted Church Young People. In lus presentation on People Around Uie topic of the second session, Rev. r. H. P a r k e s, of (he United Church Chinook Co-operat i v P Parish focassed on the 'need In understand others if we are in understand ourselves.' HEALTH HAZARDS Mosquitoes arc blamed for spreading malaria, yellow fever and sleeping sickness amonr; many other diseases. Warehouse opened CRANBrtOOK, B.C. (Special) provincial experiment of its kind, ware house ser- vice sharing centre for indus- rial suppliers Fleck Brolhers Lid. and wholesale electric sup- pliers Gough and Company Ltd. opened formally in Cranbrook Industrial Park, Road 1 Satur- day. Both operate nationally, Uie brmer with one other outlet in Central B.C., and the latter with 10 outlets in the province. APPOINTED SOCAl WORKER MR. STUART NORTON Sfuart Norton, ion of Mr. ond Mrs. Blnine Norlon of Magrolh, is a social worker in ihe Youjh Guidance Deporfmenl for tho LaKer Day Saints Church in Alberla and soulh eastern British C o I u m b i c. After completing school in Magrath lie went on a mission lor the Church to New Zealand from 1964-66. In 1969 he received his Bache- lor's degree from Brigham Young Jniversily end a Master's degree n Social Work from University of Utah in 1971 Mr. Norlon is living In Cal- gary and is married 10 Ihe for- mer Anne Rolfson of Raymond. They have a daughter, Kim- >erlcy. Try a pack today! Get The BigTaste of Broadleaf-the richest, mellowest tobacco under the sun. Golden toasted to taste good as gold! ;