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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta COALDALH The fiarons- Eurcka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant ami pre-school clinics: riCTUHK JiU'iTE: Tuesday, April 25, in the Picture Butte High School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TAUEIt: Tuesday, April 25, In the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and lo 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday, April 26, in the School from to p.m. VAUXIIALL: Wednesday, April 26, in the Elementary School from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon nnd I to 3 p.m. C 0 A L D A I, K: Thursday, April 27, in Ihe Health Unit Of- fice (upstairs hi the Town Of- fice1. Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and lo 4 p.m. TATIER: Thursday, April 27, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARONS: Friday, April 28. In the school from to p.m. Fluoride tablets are avail- able at all clinics free of charge, For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- Tabor 223-3011. Dr. G. n. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against conta- gious disease. Children should be prelected against loolli de- cay. Council to meet ministers CLARESIIOUM Mayor Er- nie Patterson advised council a breakfast meeting will be held Monday, April 24, at a.m. lo meet, with Hon. F. H. Pea- cock, minister of industry and tourism, and Hon. David J. Ilusscll, minister of municipal affairs. All members of council are lo attend. HIGH PAYING OPPORTUNITIES Train (o be a LIVESTOCK BUYER LEARN TO BUY CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP We prefer lo train men with livestock experience. Far local Interview, write pjione, eddreil and back- ground to: NATIONAL MEATPACKERS TRAINING BoiTIS Derrver, Colorado SD2Q1 ATTNiDepL April 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE KtRAlD 3 Requisition held down lo 14.5 mills CLAKKSIIOLM (HNS) Tlic Willow Creek school division has set ils supplementary re- quisition lo Ihc municipalities ill 14.5 mills Iliis year, a raise of only mills (rom last year's requisitions ol 11 mills. The H.S mills will yield S3I-V 322 lowarcls Hie (otal expendi- tures ot The first draft of tlie budget called for a rcqusilion of 16.S mills but the board felt this would not be well received by the ratepayers. Drastic cuts in leading staff and other areas were necessary to keep the budget down. A total of 11.9 teachers aro being cut from the staff of schools in five towns which in- creases the teacher-student ra- tio from WA to 19.7. Two teachers will be cut from the W. A. Day School in Fort Macleod. The G. K. Davis School at Fort Macleod now has 351 stu- dents with a staff of 17.5 teachers but will he cut lo 10 teachers. The staff ot the F. P. Walsh High School will be cut from 33 to 32 for 032 students. In Granum, 153 students in years one lo nine, will have their 10.2 teachers cut by 1.4. Stavely school to be torn down CLAKESIIOLM Willow Creek school board has paid to dale on the school at Nanton on the total cost ot 5I24.0M. They passed a motion to Time needed for incentive projects TABER (HNS) An exten- sion of time, to complete pro- ccls approved under the fed- eral government's labor inten- sive incentive progrnm, is he- requested by council. Reason tor the time exten- sion is the 1 a t c, cold spring with its weather unfavorable to he completion ot outsifle work deluding the placing of con- crete sidewalks. Council asked for a report on the cost of moving light stan- on the south side o[ 4Bth Ave. fmain street) so tbat n irofiram of narrowing the side- walk from 10 to eight feet could ie undertaken as replacement s required. Councillor Ken McDonald re- ported on a recent inspection of concrete at the community centre arena, indicating that .mproved drainage around the building is necessary to divert heavy run-off from the spa- cious roof away from the build- ing. TAKE PART IN CALF TOUR Elzikom 4 -H Shorlgrass Beef Club member Bernic Ehnes showi his animal on ihe recent calf tour. Other pholo: Alan Slurlcvant, Harry Hobbi and Tony King Brian Ehnci's calf. Also weighing wore fcddie and Ralph Lee. The heaviest calf befongs to Sharon al more than pounds. Thekla Ehnes Pholoa Board takes option 011 school vsi have n man dismantle Die okl brick al Stavely. Trustees (iccirlctj to require all teachers lo allend the track mid field clay activities or have their pay docked The board is also crocking clown on Uiose who have (ailed lo pay the book rental fee, There was a total of inR with the largest number of accounts from Claresliolm. This is endangering I he suc- cess of the hook rental plan, said Art Grant. Trustee Asmir Johnson of Gramim fell the problem of people not paying the rental tee for text books could be solved by a policy of "no pay- ment no books." C e o r c V.'illis observed "there are manv families out of work, it's hard lo find jobs nuw." Letters will be sent out to the people and if there is still no response the board may place the accounts in the hands of the small debts court, it was Ic-arnccl. Sight swans MONARCH (HNS) Large flocks of swans have been spot- ted Ihc past week In grain fields north and easL of Mon- arch. Mrs. Schultz, who lives west of Monarch, also saw swans landing in their field. A total of 3M were in this flock. Triplets welcomed at Raymond RAYMOND (HNS) Kay mond's population took a jump when heallhy triplets WRIT bom In Mrs. nay (Claudia i Sugai al the Lethbridge Mu- nicipal Hospital. The three babies, two hoys and a girl, were hrought to their seven brothers and two .sisters bringing the family to- tal to 12 children. People of Raymond will ez- lend the welcome of the com- munity (o the new babies when citizens hold a calling shower at the United Church Rec- reation hall Friday evening, April 21. FINALIST Miss Gail Buckna, dcj'jgliler ol Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry M. Buckno of Crciron, is of 50 finalisli in o stewardess boauty conicit being held in Bran! loday. She is competing fV Ihc world lille al Rio De Janeiro. She worts (or CP Airlines ou1 of Toronto rind is a former Miss Crcston. Her is a native son of Coleman H. '.V Buckna Photo Mrs. Kittle Ken I honored By MARY 1IAMI.ING Hcr.ilU NCMS Sen ire TYFIRKLL'S LAKE The Hope C'ominunUy Club sur- prised Mrs. Killic Kent, one of Ihc original members, ivilli a parly on her recent BOth birth- day. Nineteen o[ her friends were present. On hand were two oliltime residents of the community, Mrs. Lily Sheran and Mrs. Ma- bel Gouglinour. Women pres- ent were from New DayUm. Tyi-rcll's Lake. Wrenlham and LrlhljrMpc PrcMdenl Mis. Carol Hral- ncr Ic-d members in recitation of the creed. There was a busi- ness discussion. Mrs. Elhcl Flclcher brought in a lighted cake, Everyone Mrs. Branlncr presented the honored guest with a candy dish with sweetheart roses. The May meeting will be held al Ihe home ol Mrs, Judy Brantner. Roll call will involve a garden swap. alive with deep-down satisfaction NATAL (HNS) Fernic r school district secretary-lrca- surer E. T. Chambers recently reported lo Ihe hoard lhat the minister of education has indi- cated (he matter of splitting (he joint siiperinlendency for the Fernie and Cranbrook school districts is still under consideration. He said that a separate su- perintendent for Hie Fernic 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 Ihe option Is which would be applied against the purchase of the property when the option [s cxerc'ised. The likely net cost of Ihe prop- erty in question is per acre. Trustee Uruno TJcvilacqua was asked by the board to con- duct a study of the relative needs for teacher housing in Sparwood and Elkford lo deterr mine if (he portable teacher- ages now located at Ihc Spar- wood Secondary School should he relocated. The hoard also discussed Ihc need lo slarl Ihe necessary plans for the establishment of a trustee representative from Elk- ford. Chairman Doug MacDon- ald decided to form a speria] commillee to sludv Ihe matter. Mrs. James heads blitz COAI.DAf.E (HNS) 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 lo assist in Ihe canvassing is requested :o contact Mrs, Farr. BOTH LOCATIONS: North and South banana s brnier SUPER SPECIAL ONLY, EACH and be Merry! SOUTH STORE NORTH STORE PHONE 327-4B5S 1132 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE S. PHONE 327-6440 Brewed from Ihe heart of Alberta's world famous Conquest barley malt. Corne on over to Calgary Export. It's brewed from the world's finestmalt Conquest barley mall lo golden perfection under the western prairie sun. Here's beer the way beer should taste with flavour, alive with deep-down satisfaction from the very first glass. Earned a man-sized thirst? Reach for Calgary Export. Come on over to Calgary Export. It's big, bold and beautiful! ;