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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wadntidoy, April S, 1977 THE ISTHBRtDGE HERAID 3 CHAMPIONS AGAIN Coulls Junior High School boslwlball aces have the Sunshine Basketball League championship for the second consecutive year. They also were victorious in rhe Erie Rivers HigK School tournament held earlier. Front, left to right: Carleen Bionchi, Karen Oslby, Charlotte Wions, Arlene Whilesel, Elizabeth lisow- tki, Sharon Kinnnkin. Bock row, from left: Shelley Minor, Janet Wiena, Lana lodcrmeir, Donna r'ord, Nancy Evers, Agnes Grant and coach Slon Long. Missing: Mary Anne Trenker- They whipped Milk River twice in the final test. RCMP serves town RAYMOND (IMS) Follow- ing a special meeting ot the mayor and council. Mayor Rob- ert Graham said the town will now be policed by the KCMP. People needing police service should dial Zenith Raymond has operated under a municipal police force with a jollce chief and one constable. There are those who feel it is ime for a chanRc in the inter- ests of economics and service. 'or foinc weeks negotiations have been under way foe B.CMI1 policing. Passiwords Join mayors' 'federation NATAL (HNS) The Dis- trict of Sparwood council has authorized membership in the Canadian Federation of Mayors and Municipalities at the rate of 5100 for 1972. The district became a mem- ber for the first time last year through the Hegiona! District of East Koolenay at a cost of only 530. The regional district discon- tinued its membership when the City of Kimherley opted out. R. B. f'hranosla of Kngle- man Spruce received permis- sion to establish a photo studio as a home occupation Consulting engineers, Under- wood Mcl.ellan and Associates Ltd. has heen asked to esti- mate for a rond paving project for Sparwood this summer. When costs are known, coun- cil will be in a position to know how many roads can be con- sidered for paving. An earlier estimate provided was for for paved roads, curbs, gutters anrj side- walks throughout Sparwood. Council sanctioned the report of the advisory planning com- mission which recommended approval of the campsite and picnic site plans of a group of local students. They will ho building these facilities at Wil- son Creek with a grant under the Federal Opportunities For Youth program. Plans were approved for new apartment building being built in Sparwood and for ttie Sparwood recreation complex. Final reading was given to a bylaw authorizing the sale of debentures for the sewer sys- tem loan in the amount of (558. The debentures authorized are at an interest rate of 6.7S per cent per annum. They are repayable over a period 25. Ten cook men way to success RAYMOND I HNS) Ten Raymond men hRve completed cooking course and were awarded a certificate from the- College o! Cooking, Lcthbridga Community College. They are Charles Ackroyd, Ronald Watson, John Smith, Doral Stone, Howard Kicken, Leonard Kessler, Donald Steed, Kay Redd, Douglas Ka- matomo end Alan Pack. Baby sitters to study BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) The CrowsuesL Pass chap- ter of the Association of Albcr- la Registered Nurses will spon- sor a b a h y sillers' safety course here in April. The program was developed liy the Alberla Safety Council Jn recognition of Ihe facL that baby silting is an essential port of modern living. IL Is designed lo prepare (part-time parents) to perform competently lo guard the health and safely ot children placed in their care- Interest erl students, either boys or girls, must be 12 years of age or older and those under J6 years must have consent o( parents to take the course. H consists of five weekly classes and an examination. Classes will begin Ihe week o( April 16. Catholics -work for peace NATAL Parishion- ers of St. Michael's Parish in Sparwood recently contributed to Ihe Canadian Catholic Or- ganization of Development and Peace. The parish's annual Share [xml Third fund-raising campaign was also undertaken lo help people in poor countries to he able to work and develop their own rountry. The Catholic organization, a sister branch of development and relief agencies operating in the name of other major Ca- nadian churches, Anglican, Lu- Iheran, Presbyterian and Uni- ted, is entering its fifth year of, operation, Set up by the Canadian Catb- Perry Burton recovers Perry Barton has recovered trom a long illness. He recently attended the GoMcn Wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Tian Mtcbclson of Lethbriclfic, the Lion's Charter Night and Tlic Honored Guests Serial here. Tliis is Mr. Barton's first fnihlic a 11 p e a r a n c P. in montlis. otic Conference of Bishops In 1M6-C7, Development and Peace has been mainly oper- ated hy lay people with tlie co- operation and support of Hie clergy and the national hierar- chy. The organization's main ob- jective is to raise funds for self- help, social anr! economic pro- jects in Asia. Africa am] Latin America. Craobrook buys o5 acres for park CRAN'BROOK (SpceiaD City application has been au- thorized for purchase of crown land parcels, fallyim, about 85 acres, of voo-Jed lull side on easlem city boundaries, Purpose is minimum devcl opment for provision of a clay camp area, .short hiking trails and in winter, provision of gen. tie slopes for ski novices. Parks and recreation super Intendcnt Peter Fanning salt the natural hilly woodland would be left almost unaltered with landing sites for the ski bunnies at tho ravine basi which at present is undevelop eu agriculture land. Cranbrook school board, fol [owing the plan with interest would like to buy a 7.5-acre cor ner near Ihe ravine base for a [uture school site. City development trends indi catc next intensive resiclentia CNpansion area will be north o North 2nd St. on a ravine hill side and flat adjoining prairie The former city dump occu pies about 10 acres on tin north side of North 2nd and ha n process of fill to several years. It is and Ls projected future deve.' oped park. goLf course nine-hoi northern extension ends in th' general vicinity of the soul] side of North 2nd St.' Modified school year favored PICTURE BUTTE A rmb- ic. meeting to consider a mod- [icalion to the school year lor chools In the County ot Leth- jridge was held In Picture Buttc recently. A committee ol school prlncl- lals, county school board mem- bers, and county officials pre- cntcd arecommcnda lion vhich change school pening In the fall from the radilional Sept. 1 to Aug. 16. The reason for the earlier chool opening is to provide for he semester ending at Christ- inas, It, would allow students who graduate at the end of the first semester in a school year an opportunity to register in the University of Lcthbridge, com- munity colleges, agricultural colleges or institutes of tech- nology in January. Although the proposed school vear would decrease the actual number ol school days from 200 .0 194, it was noted that dur- ing Ihe (all semester the structional day (or secondary students would be extended b> :wenty minutes. Of the parents In attendance at t h e meeting, 80 per cen' were in agreement that the County should proceed with plans to implement (lie pro- posal. G. Hanna, principal of Pic- ture Butte High School, Indi- cated both students and teach- ers of that school arc enthu- siastic about the proposal and its possible implementation by Ihe county school committee. 12 fire calls COALDALE (HNS) Coun- cillor William Martens report- ed on the fire and ambulance department at the recenL nual ratepayers' meeting. The Coaluale volunteer liro brigade answered 12 fire calls (o the county area. Damages in the (ires amounted It) 2M. Seven calls were answered In Horse trailers STIRLING (UN'S) Gerald Lawlor, three-year resident, re- cently bcramc the only au- thorized dislrihuloT of W-W Horse Trailers in the nation. Process rif dealerships throughout th c country Is un- der way. This new business is called "Jerry's Trailer Sales." Mr. T.awlor decided lo pur- chase a horse trailer and was brought up short hy the cost, lie then investigated manufac- turers from the United States and found four companies will- Birllis decline Gosseii reports COALDALE (HNS) Coun- cillor John Gossen reported there were 477 live births in the area last year compared to 605 in 13C5. TUicbella vaccine was avail- able to girls born in 1958 and 1953. The dental department con- ducted a survey on Muoridation in February and March of last year in the town to determine the reduction in (lie decay rate. The lovm has fluoridated, wa- ter. Mr. Gossen said the senior public health inspector, Jim McQuillan, had reported the town now has additional water storage which should serve the town for some time. The newly-operative sewage disposal system appears to ho working in a very satisfactory manner. John Boon, director of pre- ventive social services for tho Barons Kureka Health Unit, pays in the first year of op- eration of this service there was goofl volunteer involve- ment. The function ol the psychol- ogist in the schools Is in n counselling capacity only. Carnival held RAYMOND (UN'S) A re- cent carnival sponsored by the I.DS Church, Raymond Fourth Vi'ard, was successful. ing to make .such arrange- Large numbers ol peoplo roenls as he row has. were served Chinese dinners or The W-W Company is located hot cakes, bacon and eggs, at Madill, Okla.. close to tho Games for both young and Texas border. This company I older pcoplf were busy. lown with damages totalling j ]asl ycar S-. The bazaar drew much atten- 000 of ils all 5lecl trailers. The brigade spent 192 man- hours (iphlinR (ires in the coun ty and S3 hours on (hose in tOMTl. Another BOO man-hours were spent in (raining. A total ol 65 ambulance calls were made lakjng man- hours. Expenses (or tho year totalled of which i I i 'A as (or (ire fighting and 5-153 I ambulance costs. Cahoon visits IIAY.M9ND (IINS) The vice-president of the Canadian Broadcasting Company, Roy Cahoon, a former southern Al- br.Tlan nf Cardston. was an Raster visitor lo Raymond. Ho was a pics! oC Mr. ami Mrs. Lowell Court. j tion with many fine articles for falr. Futvls will be mrd fnr ward maintenance. More district on page 21 NATIONA AST EASTERN BUYERS SMASH HIGH PRICES TO SAVE YOU FROM INFLATION Notional Does Again! JEANS! THOUSANDS OF PAIRS IATEST BIG FLARES LATES1 STYLES onrl COLORS SPECIAL! Boutique Look 3.99 Cords 5.88 Knits ____ 9.95 Reg. Values lo LADIES! SWING [NTO SPRING WITH FASHION ALL WEATHER OVER SUES A LITHE EXTHA MEN'S VINYL JOGGING SHOES Clealad tolni Central WESTON'S SHORTBREAD BISCUITS LADIES' PANTI HOSE Boys' Jackets CORD WINDBREAKER Sundino Norloll Rtrg. SUMMER ASST. JACKETS MEN'S SPORT SHORT SLEEVE PERMA PRESS leg. 1.95. y FOR THE MAN WHO KNOWS FASHION AND GREAT VALUE JACKETS Single Breasted Style New Wide Lapels Reg. LADIES' All Sprinfl one! Smmnrr colorj SPECIAL FACTORY CLEARANCE SPECIAL SPECIAL LADIES' TEEN'S STRETCH SLIMS 100% Nylon Straight 411 Sizci Jeg. FOR FALL OR SPRING DAYS CIRE NYLON WATERPROOF BELTED JPR1NG WEIGHT IACKETS...... All Sizes Reg. 413 MEN'S ALL COTTON PENMANS WHITE OR COLORID Reg. to (subs) FOR HIM AND HER All Leather Farcy Buckle Value lo 5.00.................. LADIES! LOOK! Blouses, Pant Tops, skirts, slims, jackets, etc. Reg. Values lo TABLE WORK and GARDEN GLOVES INDUSTRIAL COTTON.....49 NEOPRENE GAUNTLET 1.29 LEATHER PALM-COTTON .J9 TASKEL LEATHER I .29 CAMPING EQUIPMENT EASTER SPECIAL SAVE i.oo SLEEPING BAGS 4 Ibi. 100% Fortrel, full xipppj Pirn 36 x 80. 19.95 We hove the BiggcsF irleclion of camping equipment m lown. A imalJ deposit will hold your camping necdt. GOOD FOR SLUSH AND PUDDLES KIDDIES' RUBBER, BOOTS Sizes 6-10, Reg. 1.79 1 WE ARE GUILTY OF HAVING GIVE-AWAY PRICES GIRLS' BLOUSES! SHORTS! SKIRTS, T-SHIRTS! Siies 7-U EACH LADIES' TEENS' SANDAL ROU Just Amvodl Bald Gorki PR. BEDDING SPECIAL BLANKETS 100% Rnyon Full Sited Collo Wrapped Pastel Shadoi EACH INFLATABLE BOATS l-Mon M.Jfl ?-Mnn Vinyl 26.9J I-Mon Collon 43.95 7-Mon Deluxe Nylon 1-Mcin Rubber 87.88 6-Mon with inolor mount 1 17.95 CHARGEXat NATIONAL DEPARTMENT STORES Coiner 3rd Ave. and 5th Si. Soulfi. WE BESHye me IIOHT to UMFI QUANTITIES "Won. Thru Sot ID 6.00 rhun., Frr. 9.00 lo 9.00 ;