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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ___ Wcdndday, April 5, 197! THE lETHBRlDCt HERAID 21 Policies approved at school meeting FOREMOST (Special' SCT- Lses, Unless a sales person is in cral small, but important j possession of a leUcrexpress- i ine his or her specific pur- ,lems came under consideration by District News at the recent County of Forty pose in the school, signed by the superintendent ot schools or Mile School Committee meet- secretary treasurer, he or I she will be 'asked to leave im- O" mi rt 1. A 1 A rtf Three policies were approved for inclusion in the county iuc -states that no person shall can-i-as. sell or offer to sell goods, icy handbook. The first, dealing Or merchandise to o with teacher retirement or student in a school states that teachers are not tlie prior consent of HIP j be employed if their of employment would autotnal-ically terminate under the provisions of the School Act third policy deals with keys issued to personnel f o r they have attained 65 years Fadum, Co-ordinator of age. The second policy conceras sales personnel on school Lethbridge Regional Office was present at the meeting to give a report on the recent ev- carried out at Bow Elementary School. The Water was described as "very favourable" by Superintendent COALDALE (1INSI A Schools, Cliff Elle. of gallons of six year maintainance pro- was used in Ihe town in ior schools and teacher- On the peak day the amount was was approved. Under it, schools and teacherages would The new sewage redecorated on a rotating north of (own were This would mean approx- and began operations with one school and four or old lagoons abandoned in teacherages each year. It is hoped the latter can be developed w 1 1 h was given for Coun-tv Track and Field Meets to be from the Coaldale and at Bow Island. The meet Fish and Game Grades 7-12 will be on May into a park and fish pond and the Elementary meet June 16. The raw water reservoir was completed. Clear well storage facilities are now under construction. The town, when these are completed, will have a water and sewer plant for peo pie. With a present population of the facilities were said to be adequate for County plans to take advantage of the Department of Education School Life Extension Program, under which the department pays a portion o the costs of rennovations to schools that would increase their active life. No specific details have yet been announced Scouts camp STIRLING (HNS) Six Boy Scouts, aged 12 and 13, camped near the base o[ Chief Moun- tain for two days and nighls recently. Ammunition section hit by sportsmen PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) lie Picture Butle Fish ant! Association held a spc- ial meeting in the Picture Butte Library recently to hear 'aul Mnrck, secretary-man-; ger of the Alberta Fish antl Game A R s o c i a tiou, _ warn ayainst the implementation ot Bill C7 which has been intro- luccel into the House of Com- nons by (he minister ot energy, nines and resources. He said it vill eliminate hunting, shooting the possession of ammuni- ion. The definition, "safety in section two of :he act is repealed. Representatives from Taber, Carmangay, Turin, Lethbridge and Picture Butle attended. Dr. Takahashi presided. It was pointed out that the amendments, if carried out in full, would eliminate the class of explosives, "salcty cart- ridges Unless these regulations are made very pevnissive, sports- men will need a permit to buy shotgun shells, rifle or 22 shells; a permit to carry them Mark Steed, Allen Hogenson, Holt Zaugg. Doug I'engilly and David and Hicky Adamson learned the art of constructing shelter and winter out- door cooking from leaders Thaync Sillito and Ferris W. Zaugg Holt Zaugg, a senior at high school, has received training in two regional scouting winter camps at Camp Impecsa. Honor Oshiro COALDALE (HNS) A cof- fee hour in honor of Dr. .James .Oshiro, recently appointed chancellor of the University ol Lethbridge, will be held follow- ing the 11 a-m- worship service Sunday, April 9, in the Coal- dale United Church. Works birthday MONARCH Stotyn of Monarch marked his 87th birthday Tuesday. Mr Stolyn arrived In Monarch from Holland April 4. 1904, on his 19th birthday. He is the only remaining pi- oneer of that first group oi Dutch settlers who came west to take up homesteads district. He has 12 children, 10 sons and two daughters. m draivs both races in the i praises CLARESHOLM (HNS) TIic I superior to Ihe Indians but ivo board ol tlie Willow Creek found out there was no tlilfer- scliool division was told at a recent meeting there arc to date about 250 applications for teacher positions for tin- fall term. The board has upgraded its cd UK standards lor teachers. In fti- student ture only teachers with t h r years of training bo hired. The division is using more r e m c dial reading specialists now and has at least one. em- ployed in each of the five The board earlier thought re- medial readini! teachers were only needed for Indians. The su- pcriiuendent of schools report- there are more white in the remedial read- classes than Indians. 228 toads Jack Warburton to run in April 15 lap-a-ihon towns. There are three in Tort Macleod where there are more FORT MACLEOD (Special) i Indian students. "This little super-tiger has go! to be th Commenting on Indian nils, uuie "oa B-" i Commenting on Indian to be the greatest trumpet play- r; c r g e Willis, trustee or of all said Art IMS we ihnnnhi Iho'white students were WARNER Janice Warbur- ton, chairman oi the Warner recreation hoard, says Jack Warburton, well known actor and member of the Lethbridge Playgoers, is taking lime from his busy schedule to help the Warner'district with its artifi- cial ice fund-raising project. Mr. Warburton will run in the lap-a-thon in iiie Warner gym April 15. Of the estimated cost of 000, the 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 Sat- urday, April 15 in the Warner gymnasium. Each participant will be given 15 minutes to make as many laps around the gymuasi urn as he can, der his own power jogging, walking, Six participants will run at a time. Trophies will be awarded tor the (1) The individual manmg the most laps in 15 minutes. (2) The individual raising the most money. (3) The organization raising j the most money. (4) The organization with the most participants Involved in the lap-a-thon. Participants will he served cake, coffee or soft drinks dur- ing the lapa-thon. A concession stand will be open to the general public. Additional entry forms may he picked up by contacting the town offices in Warner, Milk River and Coutts. i-, Entry forms are to be turned i. in at the Village ot Warner of- In summing up the lirst m? jar performance of the school- sponsored band here, Mr. Dec praised the school board, teach- ers and students for the move thought the white students were Meets April 7 lenU for the move Jl.KS, to have a band mcorporatcri K am: p.m. April 17 in the commii- nity centre white room. President D. W. Khmiburgh taking instruction every Thurs- i says ciectjon Of officers, pre day for two hours after regular SCHlaliim Of reports, and dis ir.to the school system. Last September students of the G R.. Davis School began (HNS) A total of ?il Ujiids oi garbage were hiiulcil to the nuisance grounds Ihe lulu's pniiilary disposal ii'nii in 1'JVI. reported councillor Ahi'jnii Kns llK1 annual rate- piuurs n-.eoling. The public works department triK'ro removed and hauled l.o.ili loads of snow frora KI'.'.T, streets. A ujlai of H'i fret. n{ curb and w e r e installed and her 1'ncal feet of curb putter replaced. ENROLMENT DOWN classes. j cussion of the club's constitu- te are hoping, through the tion and bylaws will be on the school board, to increase the time allotted to band by an additional two hours. That way we will retain this group and have a group of beginners again in the fall." Proceeds of the concert were to pay for the new dnim re- cently purchased. Two hundred attended. Mr. Dee told adults to "keep the cornerstone of the band se- cure by remaining active." agenda. Enrolment in Alberta's uni- versities and colleges was esti- malcci r.1. last November, dov.'n 1.5 per cent from the pre- TOWN of CARDSTON GARBAGE COLLECTION BIDS The Town of Cardston will accept bids tar tbs purchase of the Town Garbage equipment, and for !he collection of Ihe Town's garbage. Bids to be m the hand-, of tii? Muivcipal Secre- tary, K. D. Bevans by the 18th day of April, 1972. SUPER SAVER GROUND COFFEE COFFEE TONE TEA BAGS DOG FOOD AU PURPOSE......Mb. bafl LUCERNE nel wtl iar CASINO 2-cup. '00 bags 12-01. nel wf. 15-oi. rot wl. tin Manor House Brand Canada Grade A Whole Super Savers in Household Needs I I x n IL G.E. Best Boy Frosted ft Light Bulbs -100 wan, Pk3. 2 Facelle Royole n T I Facelle Royale Paper Towels Light Bulbs 2 "r75c I. 1802 ply, 2 roll pkg. G.E. 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