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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta --------------------Wcdneidoy, April 3, 197! THE IET1IBR1DG1 HERAID 21 r> rolicies Roundup of District News 1 -PtsT" at school FOREMOST especial Sw- cral small, but important ilems came under consideration at the recent County of Forty Mile School Committee meet- j ing. Three policies v.ere approved 1 for Inclusion in the counly policy handbook. The (irsl, dealing with teacher retirement ago states that teachers are not to be employed il their contract of employment uould automal-ically terminate under tlie provisions of the School Act as they have attained 60 years of age. The second policy concems sales personnel on school kes, Unless a sales person is in possession of a letter expressing his or her specific purpose in the school, signed by Itii! superintendent of schools or the secretary treasurer, he or she be asked to leave immediately. The School Act states thai no person shnll canvas, sell or offer to sell goods, services or merchandise lo a teacher or student in a school without the prior consent of llii> board. The third policy deals with keys issued to personnel f o r schools. Oscar Fadum, Co-ordinator of the Letliljricige Regional OHicc was present al Ihe meeting to give a report on the recent evaluation carried out at Bow Island Elementary School. Tlie report was described as "very favourable" by Superintendent of Schools, Cliff Elle. A six year maintainancc program ior SLjiyols and leadier-apes was approved. Under it, schools and teacherages would lie redecorated on a rotating basis. This would mean approximately one school and four or five teacherages each year. Approval was given for Coun-Iv Truck and Field Meels to be held at Bow Island. The meet tor Grades 7-12 will be on May 23, and the Elementary nieet on June 16. The County plans to take advantage of the Department of Education School Life Extension Program, under which the department pays a portion of the costs of rennovations to schools that would increase their active life. No specific dc-lails have vet been camp STIRLING (HNS) Six Boy Scouts, atfcd 12 and 13, camped near the base ot Chief Mountain lor two days and nighls recently. Ammunition section hit by Steed, Allen Hogenson, ilolt Zaugg, Doug I'engilly and David and Ilicky Adamson learned (he art of constructing shelter anil winter outdoor cooking from leaders Tliayne Sillito and Ferris W. ZaugK Holt 7.augg, a senior at high school, has received Irainmg in two regional scouting wiuler camps at Camp Impcesa. Honor Oshiro COALDALE (HNS) A coffee hour in honor of Dr. James Oshiro, recently of the University ol to lake up homesteads in the Lcthbrirjgc, "'ill he held i district, ing tire 11 a.m. worship seivuo Me has 12 children, 10 sous Sunday, April 9, in Ihe Conl- and two f d 1C s t y r t p I I t 1 1 K 5 c UU CLARESHOLM (1IXS) TIic o a r tl of Hie Willow Creek division told at 'cont uicciing there arc lo a t nboul 2oiJ for achiT ppsilioiis for tin1 fall rui. Tlie board has upgraded its ;nidanis lor teachers. In Iu-ire only teachers t h r i; c; eirs of training be himl. The division is vising mm u c m c dial rcnduiy .specials 1--ow and lias al least one un-'oycd in escYi of Die five swns. Tlierc arc tliree in races to Ihc Indians but found out (here no different' i; 'ni.'ircl outlier thought u'iulinn teachers were oiih- iiLvrJcd for Indians. The 6U-pmiucnilunt. of schools reported UKI', theic are more white slwlonls in the remedial rcad-in'4 theses lii'lirms. 228 loads birthday MONARCH Stolyn of Monarch marked his B7th birthday Tuesday, Mr. Slolyn arrived In 4 o ft a Monarch from Holland April J. jfj 1904, on his 19th birthday. J He is Ihe only remaining pioneer of that tirst group o! if Dutch settlers who came west Picture Finite Fish and Game Association held a special meeting in the Picture Butte Library recently to hear Paul Mnrck. of Ihe Alberta Fish and Game A R s o c i a lion, warn ayainst the implementation of Hill C7 which has been introduced into the House of Commons by liic minister of energy, mines and resources. He said it will eliminale hunting, shooting and the possession ol ammunition. The definition, "safety in section two of the act is repealed. Representatives from Taber, Carmangay, Twin, Lethbridge and Picltn-R Bulle attended. Dr. Takahashi presided. It was pointed out that tho amendments, it carried out in full, would eliminate the class of explosives, "safety cart-Unless those regulations aro made very pevnissive, sportsmen will need a permit to buy shells, rifle or 22 shells; a permit to carry them home; a licensed magazine to store shells; a permit !or Wurbiiri in April 15 I WARNER Janice Warhur-ton, chairman ol the Warner recreation board, says Jack War-burton, well known actor and member of the Lcthbridge Playgoers, is taking lime from his busy schedule to help the Warner "district with its artificial ice fund-raising project. Mr, Warburton will run in the lap-a-thon in tlie Warner gym April 15. Of the estimated cost of tho majority of these funds Is available now In order to come even closer to paying cash for this project, a lap-a-thon is being held Saturday, April 15 in tho Warner gymnasium. Each participant will be given 15 minutes to make as many laps around the gymnasium as he o a n, completely under his own power (running, 'jogging, walking, f-.-, j.iiji FORT MACLEOD (Special) Itll IV III II. "This little super-tiger has f.jl lo Ijc the greatest (runlpot piny-, 1- "1 all said Art Dee, In sununing up Ihe first ma-Six participants will run al a juj- performance of Hie school-time, sponsored band here, Ml. Drc Trophies will be awarded tor praised the school board, tcach-the following: crs anc! students Cor the move (1) Tlie individual making io have a band incorporate the most laps in 15 minutes. nlc system. 12) The individual raising the ,..cptBmbcr studcnls or most money. G n Da s (3) The organization raising i Qmy the most money dav for Jjours f, (4) The organization with the most participants Involved in the lap-a-thon. tWe tJirouSh Ihe Parlicipanls will bo served boiird. to 'ncreasc the cake, coffee or soft drinks diir- allotlcd to banu ai ing the lapa-lhon. two hours. Thai vva> A concession stand will be we wjl reLam open lo Ihe general public, !'avc a group of beginners Additional entry forms may aSM1 m llle fal1-be picked up by contacting the Proceeds of tlie concert were town offices in Warner, Milk to pay for the new dnmi re River and Coutts. cenlly purchasod. Two Inmdiei i Entry torms arc lo be lurned attended, in at the Village of Warner ot- Mr, Dee told adults to "kccr i fice by noon Wednesday, April the cornerstone o[ the band so 1 12. cure by remaining ?il Ujiids ol garbage wcro limilc'l In ihc mil Ffj nee grounds ihf pniiilavy disposal niiii rtp.irlcd councillor Alumni Kns 'A Annual rale-The jniMic works department 1 K s removed and hauled 1 oi'. loads of snow from A HJU'.I ot l-Hi fret n( curb and riuUiT c r c- installed and -.T. linen) feet of curb oiul Duller v, replaced, sUHents. CoinmcnVing on Indian cnls, George Stuvoly, said: "Jr. ]SCv nought the while studtnts v.n-o April 7 TABER I1IN5) The Pioneer Clul) hold ils ccojjd annunl meeting HI n .m. April 17 in the conimu-ity centre white room. President D. W. Kimiibuvgh ays election ot oflictfi-s. of reporls, and rtis-ussion of Hie cluh's eonstiUi-ion and bylaus bo on the Water consumption COALDALK (1I.XS) A total of gallons ot water was used in Ihe town m On the peak day the amount was gallons. The new sewage lagoons north of town were completed and began operations ivith the old lagoons abandoned in 1971. It is hoped the latter can be developed w 1 1 li co-operation from the Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association into a park and lish pond development. The raw water reservoir was completed. Clear well storage lacilities are now under construction. The town, when these are completed, will have a water and sewer plant lor people. With a present population of the facilities were DOWN KrirolniL-nt in Alberta's and colleges, esti-maicd r.1. 2V'oO last November, dov.'ii l.o per ecu from Ihe pre- of CARDSTON GARBAGE COLLECTION BIDS The Town of Cardston will accept hid-, for the purchase o( Ihe Garbage oquipn-cnf, and for ihe collodion of ihe Town's garbage. Bids lo he in tlie hand-, ill- Secre-lary, K. D. Bevans by ihe 1 Slli day of April, A pL_. MS> a H 5 t SUPER SAVER SUPER SAVER SUPER SAVER LUCERNE GROUND COFFEE COFFEE TONE TEA BAGS DOG FOOD AIL PURPOSE......1-lb. bag ,16-ol, nel wt. iar CASINO 2-cup. of 100 bags...... 12-oi. nel wf. pkff. 99' 59' IS-ox, net wl. tin .00 Light Super Savers in Household Needs n II C.E. Bes! Buy Frosted DUIOS 15 100 pkg. of 2 Facelle Royaie m': Paper Towels K for 75c Light Bulbs GEShDdowBDn 40 100 watt pkg. of 2 Wax 2 Super Savers in Health and Beauty Listerine Antiseptic........w-n. we. Hair Dressing ].49 3.11. Tube Brylcrcnm Sofl Dry 6-01. ner aerosol tin Silvlkrin for Normal Hair or Lemon lime for Oily Hair, 7-fl. OT. bile. with Conditioner 7 -fl. oz. bile, 110 1 ftQ .U? Check These Super Savers Procosj Spread 16-ci. net wt. jar Fruit Cocktail uDs0flFanty 2 69c Corn Niblets cZyGia" or 3 ,.r 79c Apple Drink 2 f., Sliced Pineapple Dol, 3 89c Green Beans M.N. OI 3 79C Canned Bacon u DISCOUNT PRICES SPAGHETTI SAUCE Chcf-Boy-Ar-Dea Maarlen 14Va-ll. 01. lin DEVILLED HAM Undtrwoed ntt. wi. tin 49c 27c SKIM MILK POWDER Carnallon Canada Fint Crada, 1 7Q J-lh, pkg................. MARGARINE Imperial OQf Colored ..........3-lb, pkg. 77C HONEY BUTTER MocFeeferi I Vindj 13.01. ctn. 30C SHAMPOO Free ana1 Lovely Dandruff l on Control...... 7 II. 01. bile. I Manor House Brand Canada Grade A Whole ROUND STEAK or ROA or RUMP ROAST Al! CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF STEAK BEEF LEVER WIENERS BOLOGNA BONELESS, CHUCK, CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF Ik SKINNED and DEVEINEO BURNS SKINLESS Voc Pok BURNS IN THE PIECE FRUIT SALTS Enol 7-oi. wt. bollli 1.19 WOODACRtS or SHAMROCK SLICED, RINDLESS, VAC PAK ;