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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedrmday, April 5, 197? THE U-THBRIDGt HERAID 3 CHAMPIONS AGAIN Coutls Junior High School basketball aces have the Sunshine Basketball League championship for the second consecutive year. They also were victorious Jn the Erie Rivers High School tournament held earlier. Front, left to right: Carleen Bionchi, Karen Ostby, Chorlolle Wians, Arlene Whitesel, Elizabeth Ltsow- skf, Sharon Kinnnkfn. Back row, from left: Shelley Minor, Janet Wiens, Lana Lodermeir, Donna Ford, Nancy Evers, Agnes Grant and coach Sion Long. Missing: Mary Anne Trenker. They Milk River twice in the final teit. RCMP serves RAYMOND (HNS) be policed by the municipal police force with a ing a special meeting ot needing police chief and one constable. mayor and council. Mayor dial Zenith are those who feel it is ert Graham said the lown lias operated for a change in the inter- of economics and service. For some weeks negotiations been under way for r policing. men way Pass success RAYMOND (HNS) Ten Raymond men hnve completed cooking course and were a certificate from tha of Cooking, Lcthbrldga Join majors'1 College. They are Charles Ackroyd, Watson, John Smith, NATAL (HNS) The earlier estimate Stone, Howard Kicken, trict of Sparwood council for for Kessler, Donald authorized membership in curbs, glitters and Kay Redd, Douglas Ka- Canadian Federation of throughout and Alan Pack. Municipalities fit the rate of for S972. The district became a sanctioned the report of the advisory planning commission which ber the first time last year through the Regional District of East. Koolenay at a cost of the campsite and picnic site plans ot a group 85 acres only students. They will The regional district these facilities at park tinued its membership when the City of Kimherley opted Creek with a grant under the Federal Opportunities CRAN'BROOK (Special) -City application has been au- R. B. Chranosta of for purchase of tlvree man Spruce received were approved for land parcels t al Jyin g sion to establish a photo apartment building S5 acres, of wooded Mil- as a home occupation in Sparwood and for on eastern city boundaries. Consulting engineers, Underwood Mct.eilan and Associates Ltd. has been asked to estimate for a road paving project for Sparwood this summer. When costs are known, recreation complex. Final reading was given to a bylaw authorizing the sale of debentures for the sewer system loan in the amount ot The debentures is minimum development for provision of a day-camp area, short hiking trails, and in winter, provision of gentle slopes for ski novices. cil will be in a position to at an interest rate of ks a nd recreation super- liow many roads can be cent per annum. They ont Peter Fanning said sidered for over o period natural hilly woodland would be left almost unaltered, landing sites for the ski Baby sitters to at tho ravine base which at present is undevelop- agriculture land. BELLE VUE (CNP parents) to school board, fol- The Crowsiiest Pass chapter of the Association of to guard the health and safety of the plan with interest, would like lo buy a 7.5-aere cor- ta Registered Nurses will in their care-Interested students, near the ravine base for a sor a b a h y sitters' safety course here in April. The program vras developed by the Alberta Safety or girls, must be 12 years of age or oltler and those under 16 years must have consent o( parents to take the school site. City development trends indicate next intensive residential expansion area will be north oi North 2nd St. on a ravine hill- in recognition of the fact that baby sitting is an essential consists of five weekly classes and an and fiat adjoining prairie. The former city dump occu- of modern will begin the about 1 0 acres on the It Is designed lo April side of North 2nd and has under process of fill for Catholics work for years. It is city-owned and is projected future developed park, NATAL (HNS) Conference of Bishops golf course nine-hole ers of St. Michael's Parish Development extension ends in Hie Sparwoocl recently has been mainly vicinity of the south to the Canadian Catholic by lay people with the of North 2nd St." ganization of Development and support of and the national The parish's annual trailers Ixmt Third World fund-raising campaign was also undertaken to help people in poor countries to he able to work and develop their own count organization's main objective is lo raise funds for self-help, social and economic projects in Asia, Africa and (HNTS) Gerald three-year resident, recently beramc the only authorized distributor of W-W The Catholic organization, Trailers in the nation. sister branch of of dealerships and relief agencies operating tli c country Is un- the name of other major fire way. nadian churches, Anglican, new business is called theran, Presbyterian and (HNS) Trailer Sales." ted, is entering its fifth year William Martens Lawlor decided to pur- on the fire and a horse trailer and was Set up by the Canadian at the recent lip short by the cost. ratepayers' then investigated manufac- Coaldale volunteer from the United States Perry answered 12 fire calls lo the county area. found four companies willing lo make juit'h arrange- the fires amounted io as he now has, W-W Companv is located calls were answered (n lown with damages Madill, Okla.. close to tho Texas border. This company last year distributor! about STIRLING fllNS) brigade spent. 192 of allslecl trailer. Barton has recovered from fighting fires in the long and 53 hours on those visits lie recently attended Golden Wedding anniversary BOO man-hours (HNS) Tho Mr. and Mrs. Dan Michclson in of the Canadian Lcthbridge, the Lion's total of 65 ambulance Company, Roy Night and Honored made lakjng 2fKl a former southern Al- Social Expenses for tho 1 an of Ca rdston w.i s an This is Mr. Barton's S7.CI2 nf which visitor lo Raymond. public appearance in for f i re fighting and was a gucsf. of Mr. am) Lowell Court. Modified school year favored PICTURE BUTTE A pub- ic, meeting to consider a mod- fication to the school year lor schools in the County of Bridge was held in Picture Buttc recently. A committee of school princi- pals, county school board mem- bers, and county officials pre- sented a recommenda tion which would change school opening In the fall from the :raditional Sept. 1 to Aug. 16, The reason for the earlier school opening is to provide for :he semester ending at Christ- mas, 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 Lethbndge, com- munity colleges, agricultural colleges or institutes of tech- nology in January. Although the proposed school year would decrease the actual number nf school days from 200 to 194, it was noted that dur- ing Hie fall semester the structional day for secondary students would be extended by twenty minutes. Of the parents In attendance at the meeting, 80 per cent 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 are eathu- siaslic aboul the proposal and possible implementation by (he county school committee. Births decline Gosseoi reports COALDALE (HNS) Coun- cillor John Gossen reported there were 477 live births in the area last year compared to 605 in 1365. Ruebella vaccine was avail- able to girls born in 1958 and 1959. The dental department con- ducted a survey on fluoridation in February and March of last year in the town to determine the reduction in the decay rate. The town 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 be working in a very satisfactory manner. John Boon, director of pre- ventive social services for the Barons Eureka Health Unit, says in the first year of op- eration of this service there was good volunteer involve- ment. The function of the psychol- ogist in the schools Is in a counselling capacity only. Carnival held HAYMOND A re- cent carnival sponsored by the LDS Church, Raymond Fourth Ward, was successful. Large numbers of people were served Chinese dinners or hoi cakes, bacon and eggs. Games for both young and older people were busy. Tile bazaar drew much atten- j tion tnlli many fine arlicles for fair. Funds will be usrd (or ward maintenance. BT 1 More district on page 21 AST EASTERN BUYERS SMASH HIGH PRICES TO SAVE YOU FROM INFLATION Notional Does Again! JEANS! THOUSANDS OF PAIRS IATEST BIO FLARES LATES1 STYLES and COLORS SPECIAL! 3.99 Cords Knits, Reg. Values to 5.88 9.95 LADIES! SWING INTO SPRING WITH FASHION ALL WEATHER Lcfeit and colon r shower pr proof OVER SIZES A LITHE EXTRA MEN'S VINYL JOGGING SHOES C3ealed gold ConlraM (Iripei, oil Reg. 5 75 WESTON'S SHORTBREAD BISCUITS LADIES' PANTI HOSE ne fju oil. nil tliorlc, Boys' Jackets CORD WINDBREAKER Sundme Norfolk Rug. 12.88 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. SPECIAL SPECIAL LADIES' TEEN'S STRETCH SLIMS 100% Nylon Straight Legs Seg. 5.88............... FOR FAIL OR SPRING DAYS Ladies1 Jackets CIRE NYLON WATERPROOF1 BELTED SPRING WEIGHT IACKETS........... All Sizes Reg. S13 MEN'S ALL COTTON PENMANS WHITE OR COLORID Reg. to (subs) FOR HIM AND HER All Leather Farcy Buckle Value lo 5.00................. WORK and GARDEN GLOVES INDUSTRIAL COTTON ,49 NEOPRENE GAUNTLET___ I .29 LEATHER PALM-COTTON .39 1 TASKEL LEATHER 1.29 CAMPING EQUIPMENT EASTER SPECIAL SAVE 5.00 SLEEPING BAGS 4 Ibi. 100% Fortrel, full xipppr JL me 36 x 80. 19.95 We hove the Biggest selection of camping equipment fn lown. A imal) deposit will hold your camping GOOD FOR SLUSH AND PUDDLES KIDDIES' RUBBER, BOOTS Sizes 6-10, Reg. 1.79 1 LADIES! LOOK! Blouses, Pant Tops, skirts, slims, jackets, etc. Reg. Values lo TABLE WE ARE GUILTY OF HAVING GIVE-AWAY PRICES GIRLS' BLOUSES! SHORTS! SKIRTS, T-SHIRTS! Sizes 7-14 EACH SANDAL LADIES' TEENS' PR. BEDDING SPECIAL BLANKETS 100% Rayon Full Sized Collo Wrapped Pastel Stiadoi EACH INFLATABLE BOATS I-Mori I.I.JO 2-Mon Vinyl 26.95 2-Man Colron 43.95 7-Mon Deluxe Nylon 49.50 1-Mon Rubber 87.88 6-Man with motor mount 117.95 CHARGEX at DEPARTMENT STORES Corner 3rd Ave. and 5th 51. Sovrth. WE THE RIOHT TO UMIt QUANTITIES Won, Thru Snt lo fhuit., Frf. lo ;