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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wninwdoy, Apil I, 1970 IHE LITHUUOCE HtKMD 3 lainbow Trout Purchase For TyrrelPs Lake TVVy earnest wish that you have had a truly blessed Easter is the one uppermost in my mind. Secondly I wish to express my gratitude for the news items that have been sent my way from various sources. Foremost and Iron SjNrugs are ardent team players by all accounts. The Cubs and Scouts of'Foremost played their Dads and beat them even if by nar- row margins. Iru Springs First Pack took on a Tirui echool leam and really drubbed them. Good going, you hockey players! Once again the Scouts, Cubs, Girt Guides and Bmiues of WaUrtat met at their annual banquet in the Lion's Hall. We had the honour lo be present. Other guests in- clude, Mrs. W. Laidlaw of Pin- cber Mrs McCooneU of the Crowsoest Pass, Region- al Scant ConmissioMr Eldml Palmer and Mrs. Palmer. A "thank you" presentation was made to V. DcCecce for long and excellent service on Ihe Group Committee and on the District Council. Two sur prises were sprung and iwo guests who were celebrating birthdays ted deccratcd cake; presented lo (hem (these ,.dic cot last Colleen Brennan said the Grace, Craig DeCtcco the Toast to the Queen, Kithy Shimoninra proposed the Toas (o the Lion's International am the Waterton Guide Associa lion. Mrs. DeCecco respondec lo Ihe last (oast. The reports al showing real activities and pro- gress were made by Shar Baker, Randy Nancy Al well, Brian Baker and Don De- Cecca. Whits' the tables were being cleared all took lime t view the Brownies' display i the annex of the hall. Everyone gathered to view cross-Canada travelogue, Htl copter Canada, a film tru worth seeing. Congi'diuiaLons really go I Foremost for the wonderfu week of activities in Februarj when Ihe Founder Baden Poi ell and Lady Baden Powe were remembered and honorec Akrla Wallman and Ihe Par had days set aside for service si home, to senior citizens an to teachers and a hangup ban- quet. A special welcome is exleix ed to Cub Scouters Edith Wa! and Gerry Granberg who wer invested as assistant leaders he Foremost Pack by acKuiie. BaruutU's annual banquet as one with a difference. The tocp and especially the were out front and centre. There was a most repressive guest list with LDS Mirch dignitaries, officials ol Flatlarfs District, former istrict ConmlssiMn- Wtslt) tmsen and others. Scoalrr ames 11. Taiutr acted as MC, le guest speaker being Ray B Ivusoi. A good old fashioned camp re gave Ihe boys a chance tEEquel of Hie Ilillcrest an Rrllevue Guides and Brownie They wanted to know moi abflut Lord Robert Baden Pow ell who founded the moveme back in 1910, besides that Wolf Cubs in 1912 and th Brownies about 1914. Inciden tally we were told that Brov nies were originally known Rosebuds. Having had the ho or of being inspected twice b Baden Powell and havi studied his life we were ab lo tell of him as leader of boys, his personal skills as writer, artist, sculptor and sports en- thusiast, actor and founder of youth movemenls. We were introduced by Guide E. Bennett of the First Belie- By M1LDRKU HARKER Herald News Sen ice MAGRATH Negotiations re under way to purchase iiillion two to three-inch rain- trout finfwrlings lo stock 'yrell's Lake. Game club president F. F. alderson urges all who wish participate in this opportun- y for better fUhing to contact their local Fish and Game As- odation or .The TyrreU's Lake Sherman's Association. "We hive been given a very special price of in U.S. said Mr. BaWerson. his includes delivery to the Lake in good condition from a private fish and game farm in ,'oelana. Regular price is per million or for one and one-ha'f million plus delivery charges. "It is an opportunity we can- not afford lo miss. We are get- ing the trout for less than staled the Association iresident. 'Our share of Ihe cosl is (00 to be matched dollar for rlol ar by Ite provincial govern- ment. We Ere pasl Ihe half-wa> mark bul need the support c everyone in Ihe south to reacl our objective. This project wil i e 1 p everyone, businessmen and sportsmen alike and twos ;he economy of the Mr Baldersoh stated. He also noted the ever-in- creasing pressure on all avail able trout fishing waters. 'The'need for more is felt bj (everyone and this Is an oppor- I tunity to incprove conditions iia- I measurably. We can do some- urg for ourselves thai msy t come our way again unless 5 show willingness to do our rt. Enjoy the feeling of deep tisfacticn lhat comes with voe Company, towards her badge. Mrs. is working public speakers' L. MeCoanell, Guide arid Brownie Commis- sioner for the Crowsnest Pass was M.C. 1 An exhibition of magic by the incomparable Art Williams was a highlight. Back Cancer Fight FORT MACLEOD (Special This year's objective for th Fort Macleod and district can cer drive was 'set a at th annual meeting of the cance society. It is down from la s year. Daffodil Days will be he April 17 and 18. President Gwen Chambers reports most canvassers ha been appointed and the' will be covered Cancer Sunda April 5. knowing you have helped something that will provide you and olhers so much en- Your support lo Tyrrell's Lake Fisherman's As- sociation, Box 495, Lethbridge, will be repaid many times in good fishing." Ratepayers Meet WARNER (HNS) The rale- ayers of the County of Warner heard Dallas Minion, chair- lan of Ihe school committee, report the Warner County ichool system compares favor- >ly with school systems in ther parts of the province. School Superintendent, Joseph orth reported a total of udenls wilh 115 teachers on .aft in the County schools in 909 (1968.- 2114 Salaries minimum, maxi- mum; mean average County of Warner continues o offer bursaries for raining. The 1969 examination resulls: B honor Grade 9 students, hirley Jeari Leisler, Courts; Donald Jeffers, Laurelie Eatress, Wilda Neal, Linda logers, Kathryn Straight, Milk liver: Teresa Bradsbaw, Malsuno, Bryon NaWef, Caren Nishiyama, Joan Pom- men. Sharon "Robinson, Kenneth Skieth, Arma Sugimolo, Dalin Wmley, Raj-mood; Gregory Nelson, Wrenlham. Grade 12, papers written lolalled 351; papers passed for university, 316; for diploma credits. 350; students achieving university eiitrance gradu ales with diplcma standings, 55 Reeve Pitlman he new council members Marvin Dahl, Raymond Murray Holt, Raymond, Doug as Christerson, Stirling. Jim Blacker, in reading Ihe municipal inspector's report stated he hsd found Hie count) operating in an efficient anc capable manner; all books are tent up to date. Reeve E. F. Pittman sai there are 800 residenl farmers and an estimate population 4.375. The council carries ou its duties in a serious anc sincere manner at all time and a good relationship evident Although the rosd pro gram 'did not prove too sati much experience wa gained and considering the d! Terence between and 00 a mile for asphalt pave- wnt, there is quite a differ nee. This year, all members cf the will ac! on hoth the chool and public com itlees and this should prov benefit to Ihe public. The financial statement reviewed by the secretarj easurer, Dan Holladay: 196 evenue (up rom 1969 expenses by sur Ins for the year Russell Dannalt, agriculture eldraan reported weed conlrc is the major project of Ifo ward. There seems lo be no-eased weed pooulstion. Du o Ihe lack of grain sales, ks. arm land was sprayed fc eed control. Roadsides were sprayed. Ao- iroximafcly 45 miles of shoul- ers were seeded to grass. No orage seed available In the armers. The 1969 bangs vaccination program is now on a voluntary iasis. Number of calves vac- rinated dropned from the 1968 isrure of 1.730 to a total of ,463 head. This is head ess than 1967, when vaccina- ion was compulsory. In 1963, bead of rattle vere fcrjyed for lice, warble and AnM; 558 head of sheen for tick control, 64 sets of buildings and 46 shelter belts were sprayed for insect conlrol. Constitution Reviewec REMOVE OVBtfiURDEN A 25 cubic yard shovel removes coal strip mining overburden Inlo a 200-ton truck on ihe Kaiser Resources Lid. protect in the Elk Valley. In early 1968 the company signed a contract with Ihe Japanese steel Industry for the expcrl of more than 45 million, long-tons of B.C. coal over the next 15 years. Since then, centracts have been signed for addiliona! shipments. The first unit train left recenlly with more than tons of coel bound for the superporl ai Roberts Bank. -Terry Bland Photo Blood Clinic Set By PEARL LIEBELT Herald News Service WARNER (HNS) About 35 women of the FWUA' Dis- trict 14 assembled in the Park Plaza recenlly to study the Dew objectives and constitution of amalgamation and reports from locals. Mrs. Maisie Jacobson, Dis- trict M director, presided. In her report she gave a resume f the FUA convention held in Mmonlon lasl December, as well as board meetings, work- Iwps and training sessions she had attended. .Mrs. May Huddleston of Kathleen Smith Showered With Gifts COWLEY JfNS) A pre- nuptial shower was held recent- ly for Miss Kathleen Smith. II was held in St. Aidan's Anglican Church Hall. Miss Smith, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Smith of Cowley, is to marry Leslie A. Krasman, only son of Mr and Mrs. W. Krasman of Cham- April 4. Hostesses in charge of the program were the women of SI Aidan's Women's Guild. Thirty five guests honore re Saturday, April 11, in an a riual leadership convention. Registration will begin at a.m. for the day-long program- It will include elective WOT shops, scripture competition banqucl, and a special tesl mony meeting. Heads Stackers BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureai Wallace Aebli was returnee as president of the 'Pass Stoc Car Club at a recent meetin Other officers: vice-presiden Otto Krugg; second vice-pres dent, Mickey Cleave; secretar Ted Likuski; treasurer, No mail Hanson and director Butch Draper, Bud Slapak, Will Sygutek, Garry AnctU and Dar rel Snowdcn. Rbces will be held May 1 weather permitting. Entries I this evenl will be accepted secretary Ted Likuski. (CXP Bureau) Mrs. Anna Fabro, chairman f Ihe Crowsnest Pass blood announced a donors' cbn- will be held in the Elks Hall Coed April 22. II will be held from to p.m aad from to 9 p.m. are urged lo turn out SPARWOOD (IKS) was intended lo be Ihe clinic as there is a great teed for blood. rsl unit train, 54 cars earlier bul Ihe carrying high-grade coking is being met rom Kaiser Resources lo Observed waded for Port Mcody an announcement after y with its ultimate completed G. (HNS) Special vice-xesidcnl ami services marked the The train headed utvder manager, said: "Our holiday in Cowtey at 5000 Ion silos and 75 is in operation. Our United Church. ater the last car emerged coal preparation plant Ken Jordan held a week- le other its shakedown and we evering service on JIaundy The eventual loading lo be running al full Holy Thursday wilh the ic new plant will probably a couple of of Holy Communioo; wice as fast as the first has mmlialled a on Easter Sunday, be con- scale newly-designed coal cars the regular service. Spe- Future trains will also for the unit Irain- soloisfs Miss Barbara wice as long, carrying Our port facility, and Mrs. K. Jordan lan twice ths Terminals LU3. at a message of Easter in The first train carried Bank' is completed Ihe firsl shipment minister's message, "The uin tons of as soon as the rail b'nc dwelt on It was the start of a Bank is values unseen com- schedule which requires completion is with temporal values o ship rr.ore lhan SO eariy April. In the are to be seen. Welcom- ons of ccal to Japan over will ship from Port to Foothills United were Mr. next 15 years in two have an April Mrs. Leslie Jasman and begin shipments on The plant which cleans export contracts End services now begin at coal, prior to loading on proud to be on a.m. Nursing Not Feasible TABER. (HNS) A request had been heallh provide the same sub- ed effort is being made to former Health Jlinisler support for the differen lain a nursing home for Donovan of patient care. He sai( Consideration of the need Bacon said advice this reason it is unlikel; a nursing home and the received the Taber nursing home and aux ums involved in obtaining is on a five-year hospital facilities couli! ernment approval was given bul Ihe local position on built under1 one common he lecent meeting of Ihe is nol known. The jeneral Hospital Board. Representatives of the press for an early statement of position from the TOTAL of Taber and the Taber orie-quarteroftlx rial development commission Auxiliary of Ihe sun are total aiienueu. Hospital board chairman Russell V. Bacon of Hays board chairman James Gra ham of Taber told the meeting provincial government DIETRICH c DM. plained the joint meeting was called to open lines of not available iof nursing home construction. Funds CLINIC munication so lhat all for active and SI. S. fS. 32M09S Involved would know the Metropolitan Start plete action being does the The industrial commission had laitcn some action on a ter from the Taber Old Pensioners Association stressed the need for establishing a nursing facility here WELCOME BUYERS preference lo sending local >x ple away for the necessary treatment and in town for bull Salt, Htrb tutendi t, Mr. Bacon (old the hearty invitation to drop in to end look that the hospital directors ever of Weittrn in requested the department country. 'K it's end If Westtrn, you'll health last June to approve find it FIRST at 4 local hcallh care complex A i three levels of patient care an economic The three levels would be UATC BAIUY live U'calment, auxiliary flA 19 HAT Ial services, and nursing facilities, operating from a fin gle service CUIDTC KARMAN TEM-TEX Educationists Must Not Lose Sight Of Child FOREMOST (Special) Dr. Ernest G. Mardon, professor ol English at the University of Lelhbridge, said education's ef- fecl on the child should be the foremost consideration in' draft- ing Ihe new acl. Speaking at a recent meeting of the Foremost Home and School Association, Dr. Mardon said some members of the com- mittee working on the new act apparently felt "the system" was more Important (than the child. Dr. Mardon said the new act was one which would aflecl Ihe eojcalico of dxjdreo in Alber- ta for al leasl the next 50 years. Dr. Mardon said Ihe scl, as drafled, is rot perfect Bridge Winners ETZ1KOM (HNS) Mrs. Sam (Ella) Robinson and George Rumple won bridge games here with consolation going to Mrs. Rumple and San- dy Davis. Mrs. Lyle (Finn y) Hollingsworth and Neil Slim- moo won tin whist document. He felt il is a vast improvement on whal we have at present. Dr. Mardon sairl leachers have good reason fo bo concern- ed over Ihe new ad. Tix; lack of directive clauses could lead lo increased working load, larger classes, less preparation time ar.d a lack of security of tenure for the teacher. Fewer administrative positions could result from a lack of direction on this point. Dr. Mardon urged people lo make their feelings known on ;