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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHMIDCE HERA1D Wcdntuloy, Ajtrit 22, Assessment Appeals Set CLARESHOLM (Special) The new assessment on farm land recently completed has re- sulted in appeals on 878 parcels of land at the court of revision lo begin May 23 at the Adminis- tration Building in Claresholra. The 878 parcels being appealed constitute 11.8 per cect of the total land parcels in (he MD of Willow Creek. Most of the ap- peals are en grass lands. It is expected the court will take two weeks to hear all the ap- peals on the new tax assess- ment based on quality of land and type of soil. 'The Agricultural Service Board of the MD of Willow Creek has recommended that the establishment of a Fly Control system should province wide to be truly, ef- fective. They feel it would not be vise for the MD to do it till the surrounding districts also agree lo do it.. The MD Council agreed to ask the Water Resources branch of the provincial government to make a survey and feasi- of drainage ditches to drain surface water from a number-of farms southeast of Claresholm into the con- structed Claresholm Frog cieek drainage ditch. Bill Yorgason and Bert Huntzinger appeared at "the Council, meeting as a delegation from the farmers to ask for tire survey to prevent water erosion. Reeve reported ;hat the new Claresholra to IVillow Creek ditch was work- jig well and farmers were pleased with it. Council established a new pol- icy on graveling of lanes to 'arm buildings from municipal roads. In future farmers will be required to pay for all gra- vel used on these lanes, on a motion by Art Fjordbctten and passed unanimously. Mr. Fjordbolten said in the past the MD had paid for some gravel- ing to allow school buses to drive in closer to farm homes, There had been much mis understanding and a; lack of a clear policy in the past. Jim liowe, councillor from Xanton, pioposed that standard tender forms be printed so tha a systematic list of requirei specifications would be spellei out. New- High-Speed Copying Device NEW YORK (AP) Interna- tional Business Machines Corp. announced Tu es d ay develop- ment of a new high-speed copy- ing machine. Xerox Corp. immediately filed against IBM, charging 22 of patent infringement. IBM denied the charges. The IBM machine is capable of making copies at (he rale ol palents in- 600 an hour. Xerox said the volved in its suit relate to its Xerographic office copiers, li said it twice-has refused IBM's requests for a licence under these patents to manufacture sell Zerographic copiers o the type IBM now proposes lo market BL.URMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass school ivision board recently learned PUYS SCOK HIT One of the highlights of the Coleman Horace Allen High School night of plays is'shown os was presented in the school auditorium. The ploy drew applause from the large audience. Three plays, listen Dad, Thirty One ond Wil- bur Faces Pads were directed by staff teachers Mrs. Alma Roughead, Jerome' Rejman and Robert Franr. Decoux Photo May Use Gym For Classroom NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Trus-. lee of Fernie school district spent most of their last meet- ing in trying to work out a pro- gram to provide rooms for stu- dents pending completion of new classroms.; The board of trustees re- ceived recommendations from district superintendent of schools P. B. Pullinger that shift, class September. Seven classrooms will be con- structed in Ridgemoiit to ac1 eommodate classes from kin- dergarten lo Grade 3 and she classrooms be. investigated. If shifts are instituted at Fer- nie and Sparwood schools, first classes will likely begin at aim. and ths second shift will eave at p.m. This schedule would throw additional burden on the ransporiation system classrooms be added to Isabella Dicker! School to ac commodale classes from kin- dergarten to. Grade 7; both in Fernie. Sparwopd trustee Mrs. Dora Ungaro insisted that no deci sion be made now 'on a sugges- tion that Michel-Natal Elemen- tary School be kept open until new classrooms are ready in that area. Earliest dale for oc- cupancy of .new .classrooms there is estimated to be the end 'of January, 1971. The chairman of the school board suggested that feasibUity of using gymnasium areas for rill have to be hired to fill in (cross the tracks. Mr. Pullinge: could mean that extra janitors Drama Award CALGARY (CP) P. J. E. Bayiey, a University of Calgary education' student majoring in drama, has been awarded a 6Cflprovincial government scholarship. Mr. Bayley, who was the first University of Calgary drama graduate, is a member of the Alberta Teachers' Association fine arts committee engaged in a study of facilities for teach- ing drama in high schools. STIFF SENTENCE One of Bermudas' early colo- nists was sentenced into slavery for failing lo report a slander ous remark be had heard s gainst the governor. or janitor-bus drivers who will ben spend, their full time on he buses. Michel :r: Natal Elementary School has experienced a 40 per cent increase in student lopuhtidn since June, 1963, and >rojecticns itcu'cate that 10 classes may be on shift there when the new term com- mences. In his report, Mr. Pullinger said: "While it is recognizec that the Michel-Natal Elenien- tary School should be aban- doned as soon as possible for obvious reasons, the only edu catkmally soucd solution to the problem of accommodating the extra five classes is to use five classrooms at Natal for Grades 5 to 7. Similar increases in student population are expected in Fer- nie and while Ihe board is plan- ning to build in RkJgemont, the danger to students forced to cross the railway tracks is in- fluencing trustees' thinking. In his report, Mr. Pullinger said the board can anticipate a train at least every, two hours and should therefore con- sider plans which would re- quire a minimum of students to and teacher A. Johnson hat worked on the projections emphasizing their suggestions were tentative, pending discus sion by the school board am further developments in the construction plans. Pizzey Named Principal todep Parade Participation invited TABER (HNS) An open nviUlkni to participate in Taker's rodeo parade has been given by marshal] J. W. Winkler on behalf of the Taber Chamber of Commerce under whose sponsorship the parade s being staged for the first ime. 1 J Liaison officer for the cham- ber Ls Dr. N. Stuart Boyle and parade macshall Ken "is serving in an ad- rade 12 departmental re- ults have been received. A total of 234 papers were A total of 75.2 per re- vived senior matriculation landing Larry Pizzey of Lethbridge was appointed principal and erry Lonsbury of Coleman ice-principal of the Isabelle Sellon High School m Blair- more effective Sept. 1. Roy Paul of Nanton was ap- pointed principal and Ted Kry- czka of Colerren vice-principal of the Horace Alka School in Coleman. Miss Beverly Sisters, Oregon visory The' prize1 list remains changed from last year. Some 550 is being offered in regular prnes. The parade will fine up 50th Ave. west ot 50th St. at 9 a.m. Monday, May 18, judging Kill take place after 10 a.m. and the parade will take to the streets at 11 i.m. Five loca bands will be featured. Parade gentries may be made on a font provided, or by con- tacting Mr. Winkler at Post Of (ice Box; 403, Taber or phone 23-2628." Financial support for pay ment of prize money is given by locaj -merchants formerly sponsors of the pa rade. nomics rocrn in the Horace Uten School, Coleman, at the nd of the jfttent Urrm. Junior high students from Bellevue, HUlcrest and Blair- will be bussed to Coie- raan fcr shop and junior high indents from Cotanae will be lusted to Blairmore for home ecoomics. The board has studied ra- knes proposals on school bus transportation in an effort to select the best scheme. At the last board K was decided to adopt a propo- sal that will eliminate BOOB J. Gerbaz was hired to leach a special education class starting Sept. 1. The resignation o f F. War- wick as teacher at the Isabelle SeUcn School was accepted with regret. Mrs. M. Quail of Natal was appointed librarian for the Crowsnest Pass High School Miss E. Malancouk, Miss Jo- anne Miiura and Bruce Detail were hired to intern in the schools of the division during May and June. The board decided the Grade 9 -to 12 students .will write exams concurrently beginning June 22 and ending June 30. Students attend school o nty when writing their exams during this period. Closing -date for ad school in the division was set for June 30. The board decided to close ths shop in the Isabelle Sellon High School and the name ect .The extra cost of noon bus- sing totalled Tat board elt that they could not justify the use of supplemental re- quisition fucds for this purpost and therefore the noon bussing cease in the-next school Life Sentences For Ex-Nazis COLOGNE (Reuters) -Five former Nazi SS (elite guard) here received after a life sentences West German court here found them guilty of murdering thousands of prison- ers of the notorious Sachsenhau- cancenlration camp near Berlin. The former guards, who were sentenced after a 15-month trial, are Otto Kaiser, 56, Rich- ard Hoffmann, Ersnri Sie- fcrt, 54, Willy Busse, 63, and Josef Naegele, 58. IDONT MISS OUT! I I ON THESE LOW PRICES 1970 I I I I APPLIANCES 15 cu. ft Buyrite Men's Wear STOCK REDUCTION MCGREGOR DRESS SOCKS Discontinued lines Reg. 1.75 SALE PRICE MEN'S COTTON UNDERWEAR Short, sleeves-long leg. Sizes to 44-KnH to fit Reg. 2.95. SALE PRICE____ Due Mr. Dave Rodin's illness we find (Hal are overstocked. We muit reduce our Inventory and are offering tremendovi savings on all merchandise. Here an [ust a few of the many values being offered. MEN'S CASUAL PANTS MEN'S SUITS All fine all wool Engliih Worsteds. Choose f single or double breasted styles In thfs season's newest styles and patterns. Itfgulars-ralls-shorts and stouts. In 30 fa M a largo selection Regular 6.95 SALE PRICE Reg. 100.00 SALE PRICE MEN'S JOCKEY STYLE SHORTS MEN'S CO-ORDINATES In the very Idlest shades ond patterns. Sport jacket wilh co-ordinoling slack Of 50% Fbrfrel and Col- tan. The latest fabric-No iron- ing. Siiet S-M-L Reg. 1.2S. SAU PRICE ALL SALES CASH AND FINAL PLEASE LECKIES HI-TOP BOOTS All AheratioRS Extra BYBI Leolher tops wilh composition double soles. Reg.. 27.50 SALE PRICE MEN'S WEAR 318 5th Street S. lethbridge Admiral. DELUXE 10 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR J-t AA 1 slide out shelves Q 45 Ib. Frcerer Comp. hlll-widril Crtsper Eos storage luttor keeper Magnetic door 5 ywr warranty en unit Ot ONLY A MONTH NTI370 ROST-fKEE 13 CU. 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