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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Passlwords Pension plan sessions April 10, in a.m. lo 4 p.m. CUESTON, Federal Agricul- ture Building, April 20, a.m. to 3 p.m. Anyone wishing to take ad- vantage of this service is cor- dially invited to do so. Mr. Viney will answer quer- ies on the Canada Pension Plan, the old age security and the guaranteed income supple- ment. He will also provide assist- ance in the tiling of applica- tions. Alleges contract breach o The manager of the Leth- bridge district office of the Canada Pension Plan, J. C. (Fern) Bouchard, wishes to in- form residents of the following areas thai R. F. Viney will help them with the pension plan al the following centres: town hall April 17, (o a.m. city hall, April 17, 1 lo 3 p.m. CRANBROOK, Room 101, Federal Ruilding, April 18, 9 to p.m. LHY, Union Hall, CRANBROOK (Special) Alleging breach of employment contract as assessor with the Regional District of East Root- enay, II. M. Prudcn lias filed suit" for damage on grounds of wrongful dismissal. Mr. Prudcn was named as- sessor at about a year by RDEK on request of the ci- ties of Kimbcrley, Ferine and District of SparwootI and its own electoral areas. Budget for services was to be shared among the four and after nine months Fernie opted out of its share leaving the budget short. Russell and Dumoulin. Van- couver, represent the petition- er. RDEK board as defendant has named L. A. T. Nimsick coun- sel and legal fees will be shared on the same ratio budget for his services. New town office occupied BIAIRMOKE fCNP Bureau) The new Blnirrnore town of- fice was occupied by Hie town staff this week. Official opening has been de- ferred until later. It is located one block north of the Federal Building Main St. It will house llic Blairmore Public Library as well but this move will not be completed until the summer. Natal health centres roadblock may be removed by Kinsmen NATAL (HNS) District o! Sparwood council recently was Informed F c r n i c Kinsmen might be prepared to relinquish their hold on (he Nutal Kins- men Health Centre in order to re-establish a health centre in Sparwood, The municipal clerk was ask- ed to conduct Further communi- cations wKh the group to ob- tain such a release or to estab- lish a meeting of the group with council to discuss the re- lease. The provincial minister of health is not prepared to ciis cuss any further development of a health centre in Sparwood until definite proposals are marte to him from the districl and from the regional health unit. The proposal depends in parl on (he disposition of the Natal Health Centre building. FOCUS POINTS Now Somethfng Revolutionary lerry biana Photography introduces "Everflash" lo (he Lethbridge area the Keystone Everflash 50, 20, 30 inslant load- ing Electronic Flash cameras eliminate ihe neecf for flash bulbs or cubes drastically reducing the cost of Hash pfctures this unique camera uses slandard "Kodak" type 126 film (the "instamaric" And for you: The serious amateur phologropher: A new line of inlerchangable lenses to fit most popular makes of S.L.R. cameras. Exclusive al Terry Bland Photography: "TAMRON LENSES" focal lengths from 2 mm 300 mm and two zoom sines. These lenses are not cheap, however they can save you money compared 1o rnuny other popular brands of lenses. Drop in and ask Ron to show you sample pictures. Thai's ati f noiocft'apny 1224 3rd Avc. S., LeHibridge 327-2673, 327-2565 Equal pay won .6. JL V by women FORT MACLEOD (Special) N'egotialions between work- ers of the Crestbrook Forest In- dustries (plywood division) and officials resulted In many bene- fits for the workers. A breakthrough was equal pay for equal work for women. They will henefit most from the wage increases. The two-year agreement was signed recently. It includes a 70-cent-an hour wage increase over two years. Effective as of Feb. 1, 1972, workers will receive 35 cents, svith another equal raise on I. 1873. Millwrights could receive up to 51.15 under the contract. Wages range from tc by end of 1973. Basic rate is S3.0S with 1973 ueing S3.44. The health-welfare plan has been revamped. Included are life insurance plans plus weekly sick leave pay for up to 39 weeks. From Fcbiu- ary of this year the company pays 60 per cent of the cost and has agreed lo pick up the tab for another 10 per cent next year. OPEN TONIGHT LET BLOCK SOLVE THE MYSTERY OF THIS YEAR'S INCOME TAX yearly fox changes fiold no mystery for our Tax cfeleclives. Our serv- !w is fast, occurata end DCTnoVt dependable iho cast ts low. Savo.yourself need- iest, time and worry. Sen. !BlOCKioday. o flood place (a place your con- fltJente. RETURNS ____ a H ft 1 ll. eUHlMTlf I III We guarantee accurate preparation of every tax return. 1 If wa make any errors that cost you any penalty or in- lerest, we will pay only thai penally or Interest.__________ 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weckclnys, 9-5 Saturday Phone APPOINTMENT Places third FORT MACLEOD (Special) Cadet Capt. Richie Dunn spent his Easter vacation at Edmonton writing his master cadet examinations. He placed third in a class of 22. Capt. Dtmn has been asso- ciated with the Mnclcod Caerlt Corps for the past five years. The age limit for cadets training is 1? to 19. N' i n c statutory holidays clause been increased to 10. Workers will get three weeks vacation after six years with the company in 1972 and next only five years em- ployment enlilles them to the extra time off. Currently eiRht years seniority was necessary for the extra holiday. Local 1-20C of the Internation- al Woodworker of America is headed by Larry Featherstone, president; liaymond Gervais is recording secretary; and Tom Sparlak is business agent. Regional vice-president !s Wyinan Treniere of Vancouver. "vnr-v Tsrwyasi Brownies meet Monday at Enchant ENCHANT (HNS) The lo- cal association of Brownies is holding a meeting in the music room of the school oL 7 p.m. Monday, April 17. Parents and interested people will attend. A discussion on the mother and daughter banquet will bo held. They are trying (o solicit more in different projects so as lo riase money to keep going. They plan to secj cookies which will be on sale shortly. This money ivill go to the Brownies to buy proficiency badges. April 13, 1972 _ :uf ItTHflflioG! HERAtO 3 Central School oty L TAUEH fUNS) TalK-i-f rif education, pre.senlatlrjn of school trustees have set Iho j the keys (o Mr. Hroadfoot, and dale of Monday, May 15 ami j items of etitertainrnent the hour p.m. for the offi- dill opening of the new Central open urea elementary school. II was as recommended liy a lunch. commiUcc comprising princi-1 The pal William R. Oroaiifool, su- perintendent, James U George, and trusfo.es Mrs. Dorothy Dick unit Kay Evanson. by the pupils. The Central Parent-Teacher Association will serve a light general public is wel- TOP POET Miss Doris Daley, Grade 1 1 student a! Fort Macleod's F. P. Wolshe High School, receives o certi- ficate, medal and From Rulon Hirsche of the Royal Canadian Legion. Miss Daley's poem was judged besl of entries from Cardsfon, Pincher Creek, Garesholm and Fort Macleod. Swihart Photo A slirtvl will include a speaker from the depart 11101 tl Skoiv slides tonight at Nobleford NOBLEFORD CllN'Sj Tho April meeting of the Nohleford United Church Women was held come. KMXS 3 As for school closing, all Grade 10 and 11 students, along lire loss in MD TABER (HNS) Nearly fire loss was suffered within (he boundaries of the Taber MD last year says a re- port received from the provin- cial fire commissioner's office, Edmonton. n the rural area. 14 fires ac- counted for SlOO.BIffl losses; 21 in the town of Taber for 6W; six at Vauxhall for S63.- 812, and one in the Village of Grassy Lake al Vehicle and trailer fires on spent on road rigs TABER (HNS) Four items of road building machinery, costing nearly were purchased recently by the Ta- ber MD council in preparation for oil surfacing some district roads this year. The extent of the work, how- ever, is indefinite, says high. Mrs. Chaul resigns leaching post TABER (HNS) Two teach- er vacancies, effective June 30, were reported at the recent public school board meeting the resignation of Mrs. Sally Chant from the W. R. Myers High School staff, and Mrs. Joanne Anderson who was given a one-year leave of ab- sence from the Barmvell School staff. Neither position was filled and appointments will not be marie until all vacancies arc known. Superintendent J, George told the board that by delaying appointments it should be pos- sible to more closely match the job to the teacher's preference and training. ways department district engi- neer Tom McGreer of Leth- bridge. He told the council that department appropriations for road work have not been an- nounced to date. However, Mr. McGrecr said the department bad indicated the regular road grant would be consistent with the 1971 grant of about with no indication as to the amount of the contingency road grant. Machinery purchased I n- eluded a self-propelled earth compacler, from R. Angus Company, Calgary, for S48.055 plus trade-in of a pull-type unit. The purchase was made fol- lowing a film presentation hy the company salesman. One other tender was received. BoMle drive COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Cub and Scout groups are staging a Dottle, drive at 0 a.m. Saturday, April 15, in town and dLslrict. Items wanted include pop and beer bottles, storage bat- teries and radiators. Vinegar, liquor and medicine bottles will be taken. Support in this venture Is re- qucsled. People are asked to have the items ready when the boys come. BRENDA'S BEAUTIOUE 922 Slh Ave. North Phono 328-7346 OPENING SAL, APRIL 15 OPENING SPECIALS SHAMPOO SET Regular 10.00 SPECIAL OPERATORS Brendei McNeely PERMS 7.00 12.00 17.00 Sheila Ito Also purchased for road work were a used self-propelled pul- vi-mixer for mixing oil and ;ravel road surfaces at 130, from Kedon Holdings Ltd. of Calgary, and from Fruehauf Company also of Calgary a used oil tanker trailer for G75 and a 10 yard capacity belly dump semi trailer for gravel at highways numbered 14 for the lolal losses of S47.8J6, bringing the tola! for 56 fires to Ofi3. The figures are according to reports received hy the fire commissioner from the parties concerned. at the home of Mrs. Margaret llann with tl women present. Mrs. Lois llann was in charge of the devotional. It was decided to donate to the Southern Alberta Mental Health Association again this year Due to so jecls already pi community, members decided Baseball players needed COALDALE (HNS) Any person, high school age and older, in the south county of Lethbridge area interested in playing baseball in the upcom- ing season is requested lo con- tact the Coaldale recreation of- fice. A meeting to organize both men's and women's leagues was held recently. Indications given were that (he men's slow-pitch league could consist of four teams. For the women, two teams were possible if several more women register. with Grade 12 students who do not write departmental exami- nations, will complete their j school year Friday, June 9 at j p.m. Grade !2 departmental exam- inations will be written from Mime lo June All slu- derHN m elementary and junior higb schools in the division will complete their school year June 10 at p.m. A directive from (he board states that teachers will have the two days June and 20 in which to complete all year- end reports and to do some staff planning school vear. for the next Students tell lauy other pro- Clboiit plannerl in the not to have the mission festival Irailer come to Noblcford this time. Plans were made for rummage sale to be held in the Xobleford Legion Hall April 21 from a.m. (o G p.m. Coffee will also be sold. Rev. Albert Baldeo of Coal- dale will show slides in the tv'obleford United Church to- night a' 8 o'clock. Everyone is welcome. Roll call for May meeting will be bowls for the church kit- chen. Nfrs. Lois Hann served the lunch. Next meeting will tie held in the church on May 3 at 8 p.m. COALDALE (HNS) The Montreal exchange students at Kale Andrews High School will present a program of .slides and 'be: tell about their trip at p.m. Monday, April 17. The students recently arrived buck after a trip to Montreal, Ottawa and Quebecc cily. The public is invited to at- tend Ihis program at the school. More district on page 12 Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCUIATION JOB PRINTING Vcrniin Docoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 The Choice. Those Are The Lethbridge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHAU MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. Bot 23? STIRLING RUTH ZAUGG Delivery TABER ROSS GIBB Box S187 TYRRELl'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMUNG ......P.O. Box 97, WrenPhon, WARNER MRS. PEARL L1EBEIT General Delivery Contact those peojnn tor your District News or Classified Advertising FIVE STAR CANADIAN RVB WHISKY I JOSEPH E. 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