Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
COALDALK The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre-school clinics: PICTURE JiU'rTE: Tuesday, April 25, in the Picture Butte llifjh School from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TAUER: Tuesday, April 25, In the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. N'OBLEFORD: Wednesday, April 2S, in the School from to p.m. VAUXHALL: Wednesday, April 2G, in the Elementary School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon nnd t to 3 p.m. COALD A Thursday, April 27, in the Health Unit Of- fice (upstairs in the Town Of- Building) from. 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, April 27, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARONS: Friday, April 28, in the school from to p.m. Fluoride lablets are avail- able at all clinics free of charge, For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388; Tabcr 223-3311. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against conta- gious disease. Children should be protected against tooth de- cay. Council lo meet ministers CLARESHOLM Mayor Er- nie Patterson advised council a breakfast meeting will be held Monday, April 24, at a.m. to meet vith Hon. F. H. Pea' cock, minister of industry aiu tourism, and Hon. David J Russell, minister of municipa affairs. AH members of council are lo attend. HIGH PAYING OPPORTUNITIES Train lo be a LIVESTOCK BUYER LEARN TO BUY CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP We prefer (o train men with livestock experience, far local Interview, write age, phone, address and back- ground to: NATIONAL MEATPACKERS TRAINING Box 715 Denver, Colorado 80201 AB-U Mdny. April 7t, 1972 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Requisition held down lo 14.5 mills CLAKKSHOLM (HNS) Tlic Willow Creek school division has set its supplementary re- quisition to Ilic municipalities at 14.5 mills Iliis year, a raise only 3'A mills from last year's requisitions of H mills. The 1-1.5 mills will yield 922 towards the total expendi- tures of The first draft of the budget called for a requsition of 16.8 mills hut the hoard felt this would not he well received by the ratepayers. Drastic cuts in tending staff and other areas were necessary to keep the budget down. A total of 11.1) teachers are being cut from the staff of schools in five towns which in- creases the teacher-student ra- tio from ISA to 19.7. Two teachers will be cut from the W. A. Day School in Fort Madeod. The G. R. Davis School at Fort Macleod now has 351 stu- dents with a staff of 17.5 teachers but will he cut to 16 teachers. The staff of the F. P. Walsh High School will be cut from 33 to 32 for C32 students. In Granum, 153 students in years one to nine, will have their 10.2 teachers cut by 1.4. Stavely school to be torn down CLARESilOLM Willow Creek school board has paid to dale on the school at Nanton on Ihe total cost of They passed a motion to Time needed for incentive projects TABER (HNS) An exten- sion of time, to complete pro- ects approved under the fed- eral government's labor inten- sive incentive program, is be- ns requested by town council. Reason for the lime exten- ion is the late, cold spring vith its weather unfavorable to he completion of outside work ncluding the placing of con- crete sidewalks. Council asked for a report on .lie cost of moving light stan- Jards on the south side o! 48th Ave. Cmain street) so that a irofiram of narrowing the side- walk from 10 to eight feet could undertaken as replacement s required. Councillor Ken McDonald re- Torted on a recent inspection if concrete at the community centre arena, indicating that mproved drainage around the juilding is necessary to divert rieavy run-off from the spa- cious roof away from the build- ing. TAKE PART IN CALF TOUR Euikorn 4 -H Shorlgrass Beef Club member Bernic Ehnei shows his animal on Ihe recent calf tour. Other photo: Alan Sturfovant, Harry Habbs and Tony King weigh Brian Ehnes's calf. Aiso weighing were leaders fcddie and Ralph Lee. The heaviest calf belongs to Sharon Wesley at more than pounds. .....Thelda Ehnes Pholos Board takes option 011 school site have a man dismantle tlic ok! brick building at Stavely. Trustees tleciricd to require all teachers lo attend tbe track and field tlay activities or bavc their pay docked. The board is also cracking down on those who have failed to pay Ihe book rental fee. There was a total of S2.251 owing with the largest number of accounts from Claresliolm. This is endangering the suc- cess of the book rental plan, said Art Grant. Trustee Agnar Johnson of Grammi fell the problem of people not paying the renlal fee for text books could be solved by a policy of "no pay- ment no books.'1 (J e o r g e V.'illis observed "there are many families out of work, it's hard lo find jobs now." Letters will be sent out to tbe people and if there is still no response Ihe board may place the accounts in the hands of the small debts court, it was learned. Sight swans MONARCH (HNS) Large Mocks of swans have been spot- ted Ihe past, week In grain fields north and east of Mon- arch. Mrs. Schultz, who lives west of Monarch, also saw swans landing in their field. A total of 300 were in this flock. Triplet welcomed at Raymond RAYMOND (HNS) Ray- mond's population took a jump when healthy were born to Mrs. Tlay (Claudia) Sugai at the Lethbridge Mu- nicipal Hospital. The three babies, two boys atid a girl, were brought to their seven brothers and two sisters bringinE the family to- tal lo 12 children. People of Raymond wil 1 ex- tend the welcome of the com- munity to the new babies when citizens hold a calling shower at the United Church Rec- reation hall Friday evening, April 21. Miss Ljoil buckna, dough Henry M. Buck no of is one rs. Kittie Kent honored By MARY 11AMUNG Herald News Service TYRRELL'S LAKE The Hope Community Club sur- prised Mrs. Kiltie Kent, one of Ihe original members, with a party on her recent 80th birth- day.' N'inctecn ol her friends were present. On hand were two oldtime residents of the community, Mrs. Lily Sheran and Mrs. Ma- bel Goughnour. Women pres- ent were from New Dayton. Tyrrcll's Lake. and President Mrs. Carol Brat- ner led members in recitation of the erred. There was a busi- ness discussion. Mrs. Ethel Fletcher brought in a lighted cake. Everyone sang. Mrs. Brantner presented the honored guest with a candy dish with sweetheart roses. The May meeting will be held at the home of Mrs, Judy Brantner. Roll call will involve a garden swap. alive with deep-down satisfaction S AS. S NATAL (HNS) Fernier school district secretary-trea- surer E. T. Chambers recently reported to the board that tlic minister of education has indi- cated the matter of splitting the joint superintend an cy for the Fernie and Cranbrook school districts is still under consideration. He said that a .separate su- perintendent for the Fcrnic school district would likely be available in August. The board authorized the pur- chase of an option for a new school site in the Elk Valley. The price of the option is which would be applied against the purchase of the property when the option Is exercised. The likely net cost of the prop- erty in question is per acre, Trustee Bruno Bcvilacqua was asked by the board to con- duct a study of the relative needs for teacher housing in Sparwood and Elk Ford to deterr mine if the portable teacher- ages now located at the Spar- wood Secondary School should be relocated. The board also discussed the need to start the necessary- plans for the establishment of a trustee representative from Elk- ford. Chairman Doug Mac Don- ald decided to form a spec-ia] committee to study the matter. Mrs. James Farr heads blitz COALDALE The annual blitz for the Canadian Cancer Society in Coaldale will be held Monday, April 24. Mrs. James Farr is the con- vener. Anyone willing to assist in the canvassing is requested to contact Mrs, Farr. BOTH LOCATIONS: North and South banana s brziet SUPER SPECIAL ONLY, EACH AVAILABLE AT BOTH LOCATIONS: NORTH STORE SOUTH STORE 1132 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE S. 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