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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL Interim Trustees New School Consolidation Plan In B.C. Greatly Reduces Number Of Districts CRANBROOK. S.C. (HNS) 'With this week's provincial imple- mentation retroactive to April 1 of the Cameron repon on schools, the forty-odd independent, school sec- lions of East Kpoienay will be con- solidated into sis maus school divi- sions. Kunberiey, Cranbrook. Fer- ule, Golden, Winderniere and Cres- ton. The eSect through the prov- ince 'Bras to reduce from 630 to 74 the total number of school districts. Of the provinces schools only 12 are not included in the new eon- Equalization of standards In rural and city schools from aspects of equipment and opportunity for pupils is the objective cf this change, which will also revise the structure of school financing to the advantage of the less populated and less wealfhy school districts. Interim Trustees First step in the revised adminis- trative plan has been appointment of interim trustees in each of 74 school districts to act until De- cember 31 when boards elected from each of the 74 districts in the De- cember municipal elections take formal office. In the Cranbrook district. No. 2. the five elected city school trustees, J. E. "Webster. A- C. Hayden. Dr. W. A. Fergie, M. L. McFarlane aad H. T. Stifle have been appointed interim board, with two more to be chosen from a meeting here of the trustees of the seven rural schools to be absorbed in the Cranbrook district. Bull River, Wardner. Fort Steel. Mayook, WycliSe, Movie and YahSe. Similar action !s being taken at Kimberley, district three, which will include Kimberley United. Sheep Creek. Larchwood, Moyase and Wasa; and in Windermere. district four, which will include Athalmer- Invermere, Brssco. Canal Flat, Edge- water, TSTUmer, Windermere, Galena. Sparkling Creek and Radium Hot Springs. Physkal Class Gives Display CLARESHOLM. (HXS) The monthly'meeting of the Home and School Association was largely at- tended ca Wednesday evening when the topic under consideration was the Physical Development of the child. Highlight of the evening was the demonstrations put on by the physical training classes of the high school. Under the direction of Miss Slary Burke the girls' classes dis- played their abilities in folk danc- ing and demonstrated the Irish Lili, the French Minuet and the Polka. Marjorie Morrison accompanied the class on the piano. The class, trained by A. J. Achmiedl. put, on, a brilliant; exhibition of wimbling and uyramid building. Taking part were Len rice. Mervia Dodd. Jack Teet- ers. James Strong. Jay Jenkins, BOUET Haig. Leonard Surbank. John- ny Smedstad. Millard Rice. Gordon Donaldson and Blain. Hudson. The addresses of the evening were given by three high, school Audrey Brunner, Mary Edwards and James Strang. Sfiss Brunner and Strang spoke on. the values that- accrue from the P.T. and health program of tha high school from the girls" and from the boys' view. Miss Edwards sooke on ihe work done by the Crippled Children's hospital in Calgary. She had been in this hos- pital for several years and described the various techniques used to re- store life to the injured limbs. A. J. Schmeidl spoke on the health of the students and toe ways the school program trained in health. Kev. W. Colletc presided at the meeting. During the business period is was decided thas the association cater to the school field day is to be held on May 29 in Claresholm. E. L. Hudson, Joe Slet- tede and "Wm. Pcna were appointed to a committee to help with ar- rangements, launch was served in the Hecreatioa following tne meeting. Gravelled Road Into Enchant Urged at Meeting A special meeting was held on Tuesday eve- ning in connection with the gravel- ling of the road from Enchant -west towards the Turin corner. The gravelling crew are on hand and have begun to gravel from a point three and one half miles west of town towards Turin. This gravelling from the turn in- to Enchant had been promised and the protest meeting was held urging that M. Speaker, chairman of the roads committee for the Special Areas contact R. S. Lee, MJJ-A., and have this piece of work done at this time as the gravelling crew are on hand and taking gravel from a pit one mile and a haft from Ea- chant for the job. Wires of protest were sent to R. S. Lee. M.L.A.. and J. H. Todrick, supervisor of Special Areas in Edmonton, asking for im- mediate action. FLOCK TO CLINIC CAIUEAKGAY. (ENS) A large number of residents of the town and district have been in Vulcan during the week to take advantage of the mobile X-ray unit for the prevention of tuberculosis. -justcomplain of itching, burning Claresholm Marks Good Friday (HNS) Friday services were held in several of the churches in town and were well attended. The Roman Catho- lic church held its regular celebra- tions throughout the day. A morn- ing service of devotion was held in the United church and in the eve- ning St. Theodore's Anglican had service conducted by Rev. Tf. Holmes. The junior choir of the United church gave its annual cantata in the evening to a church that was filled to capacity. The cantata was "Light From the Tomb" by I. B. Wilson. Mrs. "W. J. Collett direct- ed the choir and Mrs. R. E. Soby was at the organ. Soloists were Irene McAlister, Bernice Boyd, Shirley Amundsen and Doreen Mc- Intosh. At the same service the drama "Were You There When They Crucified was pre- sented with N. B. Johnston as solo- iss and A. J. Schmeidl. D. Moser, S. Lewis aad W. C. Johnston tak- ing part. Also on Good Friday evening the" Camrose Lutheran College male quartet gave a concert in the-Nor- wegian Lutheran" college. Rev. A. t Larke To Magrath Church do something about if Jf yon are temHed irith itrning rectal do not dday treatment and nm the risk of letting this condition become chronic. Any rectal itching or painful passage of Ktool ia nature's waramg and proper treatment should be secured at once- For ihia purpose fst a package of Hsm- Boid from any druegist and use as directed, This formula irfjich is used internally is easy to take tablet, -will quickly re- lieve the itching and soreness aad aid in healing the sore tender spots. Hem-Roid is pleasant to use, is highly recommended and it seems the height of folly for any to risk a pamfbl and chronic pile con- dition wlitfu so fine a remedy may he bad at snch a small cost. Money barV if yon not entirely pleased. XOTE The sponsor of this notice is reliable firm doinz business in Canada for over 20 years. Hera-Roid mnst help and psmTnl pile mwrt do it qnictlr. casil; and pleasantly or JOOT own test of this remarkably successful formula costs Try it LEAVE ON VACATION SNCHANT. (HNS) -2. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bissett and daughter, Sharon, leave on Thursday for Mendham, Sask., to spend a two weeks vacation at the home of Mrs. Bissett's parents. During their absence D. H. Dunbar will be re- lieving agent at vhe local C.P.R. depot. BRIDES HONORED BOW ISLAND. (HNS) The ladies of the local Red Cross group entertained at the home of Mrs. Wm. Green in honor of Mrs. R, Byam and Mrs. A. Culien on Wed- nesday evening. About 30 ladies were in attendance and the evening was spent in games and contests. After the lunch committee served a lunch, gifts were presented to the new brides by Mrs. Viola Calder, who welcomed them to the club and wished on behalf of the group that they would find their days in Bow Island happy ones. THROW AWAY HARSH LAXATIVES.1 Millions now take le.T.ori and water, natioru! surveys show. And no wonder! This simple fruit drink in cases rajkes hirsh lixjinves entirely unnecessary. Most People Find tbty csn crjjoy KSTnal elimination just by uking the juice of s lemon :n a glass of water when they first get up in the morning. And unhke harsh lawXes, Jcmoa and water is gad for you. Lemons are Health Builders Lanotss are among the known sources of Vitamin C and .possess useful amounts of other vitamins. They alkalize, aid diges- tion. Lemon and water is surpris- ingly refreshing, the month, wakes you up. Why Take HarsSi Laxatives when lemon and water c5cis kealibfid'aid? Try it ten days. LEMON and WATER ..first ffciitfi an arising Herald Engraving. REV. A. E. LARKE the resig- nation of their minister. Rev. H. P. Marston. who recently accepted a call to Knox United Church. Three Hills, the congregation of Magrath United Church has invited Rev. A. E. Larke to become their minister. For six years Kev. Mr. Larke served as an army chaplain, retiring from the army only a few weeks ago with the rank of major. He saw service in England and North Africa, and in Italy was chau- lain to tae Calgary Tanks. Return- ing to Canada more than a year ago, he carried on his religious duties at the Canadian Army En- gineer Camp at Chilliwack. B.C. Rev. Mr. Larke's entire civilian ministry has been spent in Albeita. Before, the -war he was pastor at Trinity United Church in Macleod after eight vears of service in the Pass towns of Coleman and Blair- more. During his ministry at Com- peer a church was erected. A mem- ber of the Lethbridge presbyiery. Rev. Mr. Larke has held office both as chairman and as secretary. Rev. Larke takes up his duties on July 1. 1946, about that time, it is expected the congregation at Mag- rath will have completed the erec- tion of a new church. In 1925 Rev. Larke married Miss Grace Turner of "Walkerville. On- tario and they have three children. Since coming back from overseas Rex-. Larke purchased the Grady house on 2pch Street where thev are now residing. Their large circle of friends throughout this district and those in fee Pass towns will be pleased to learn that Mr. Larke has accepted the call to Magrath which is only a short distance "away. Mrs. Larke has ever been ready TO assist snd her lovelv soprano voice has been greatily appreciated here as many functions and in church work generally. DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE Busy Southern Alberta ed in police- court before Magis- trate W. H. Ellis charged stealing Jll sacks from the Juwse of McGee's Golden Yalley PASTORAL CHANGES i-> CLARESHOLM. (HNS) and Mrs. Arthur newly appointed St. Peter's taken up In the parsoEage Wi i __ .f Farm. The sacks were sold for half IT their three iheir value and police recovered moved froca Crajg- them. A 13-year-old boy recently. charged with stealing 19 anEouncec 01 'tTo. by the officials Lutheran ATTEND HORSE SALE DIAMOND CITY. (HNS) Allan Wilcox, Carol Johnson and Hiro Suyefciro weekend visit- ors at Spokane, attending an auc- tion sale of horses. FAREWELL FART1' DIAMONO CITY. (HKS) Mr. and Mrs. T. McMullen enter- tained at a dinner party honoring the Thomas family prior i court arid make restitution. Par. Jo their departure for Victoria. 1 of the traps were recovered. AK Seauaary wU become the CAFE CHANGES HANDS 18-year-oM lad who had been we HILLSPRIN-G charged with riding double, riciag "f acd a- Granuna. His spring Cafe changed hands recently, through stop signs and ai exces-, f active pastorate Ss expected Evan Barker aad Mrs. Ye-ma Fear- speed and refusing to obey the; IO aooa, June 1. son have purchased the cafe from' wmmar.d of tlse police received a j Leland Prince. The cafe' is beicg i warning 'roai she magistrate. He f v completely remodelled to IW thf> !fce _____ CINDER "BRICK COMPANY I court. CANCER. spring Cinder Brick Company has 1 purchased the corner lot J "BlU is the new mine man- street from A. Peterson commenced construction of the fac- j "S- j berta, employing some 500 men. Mr. s jFraser is a Coleman product, being Speakers Call For Stronger Pdbfic Support Of Pincher Commomty Centre PIXCHES CREEK. (ESS) fas a separate project A speesal jaeeting of the Picciier sboold not be involved vita Sift Creek manorial conunanity centre centre. Rev. Pr. TardifjV wbo 5s A s was held this in the couBcil comparatively new member 01 I chambers Tsltii Chairman S. Lunn The firs; business to traps a local residence. He5T Lutheran was o'dered to nav the ccsss of the church that Henry Hs-ogen be cleared away was that of dis- ____s court make restitution. re for Victoria. i of the traps were recovered. Au" HANDS 118-year-old lad who had been' f -smis-er -HXS> charged with ridttsg double, ricias' "f ac ccmmnnity. reiterated that in eyes of a stranger or outsider, PSn- cher Creek is lagging behind in some respects. Citizecs were afraid Societies Act. and reorganizirig it to eater into cosamunity projects, j under the Corapaaies Act whereby he said, and money was being jHSt :he organization under the non-profit shares could be purchas- j ed. G. local barrister I and solicitor this setup abead of spiritual enterprises. At the present time the camp for funds has come W more or less- of a standstill due to the busy sea- in the near future. SEEDING WELL ALONG DIES AT CRANBROOK CRANBROOK, of the most active residents of Yank in community affairs for the past 21 years. Elizabeth McGrath died in Cranbrook hospital where she was brought by ambulance two weeks ago following a stroke. She was the wife of A. McGrath of Yank and was 70 years old. RECEIVES TREATMENT Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smyth have returned from Calgary where Mr. Smyth has been in the Calgary clinic receiving medi- ctl aid. BRIDAL SHOWER. bridal shower was held for Ellen SYench, bride-elect of this week, in the church hall. After games were played a luncheon was served. The brid-to-be opened her gifts and thanked each donor, was as- sisted by Misses Bessie French, Joyce Davies and. Loraine Nelson. INJURED EV FALL WINNEPRED. (HNS) Mrs. A. F. Hodgson met with a painful accident while working about her home Wednesday, April 17, having slipped and fallen off her doorsteps. Being: at home alone she succeeded in crawling into the house and lay on the floor until she was found by her son. Marl, some hours after- wards. She was removed to the Medicine Hat General hospital for observation as to the extent of her injuries. COALDALE. (HNS> Approx- imately 50 per cent, of the sugar beets in the Coaldale district will be seeded by the end of this week. weather permitting. A large per- centage of the grain is also in the ground on many of the farms. TO OTTAWA POST MEDICINE Capt. and Mrs. R. J. Maillet and family left at the week-end for Ottawa where Capt. Maillet will be at- tached to the National Research Council. As head of the photo- graphic department he has been stationed at the SuTfield experi- mental station for the past five vears. LADIES' AID MEETING BOW ISLAND. (HNS) The United church Ladies' Aid met on Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. By- am. Mrs. Hurlburt and Mrs. Cas- well as hostesses. Plans were made for catering for a banquet to be sponsored by the students' union, and J. Simpson was given the job of painting the church manse. The nexc meeting is to be held on Wednesday. May 1. TO SrONSOR GUTOE5 CLARESHOLM. (HNS) The Foothills Rebekah lodge has de- cided to take over the sponsorship of the Guides and Brownies in Claresholm. These girl organiza- tions have been recently under the direction of the local chapter of the I.OJDJB. but have been seeking a new sponsoring group. Leaders have been chosen and the girls will be- gin to again soon. BUILD CLUB ROOMS (HNS) The en- terprising recreation and sports committee have recently purchased from the department oL municipal affairs the Powlan store building and are busily engaged dismantling it the object of rebuilding a rec- reation and club room for the local community. The boys are to be congratulated on their enterprise in removing this eyesore and making something that- will be a benefit to this community. VISIT X-RAY CLINIC ENCHANT. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bissett and daughter. Sharon, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Goughnour. daughter Maureen and son Curtis, motored to Vulcan on Tuesday afternoon. going through the mobUe X-ray unit. A large number of district people have appointments for the X-ray from now until the end of the month, and will be making the trip on the days of their appoint- ments. YOUTHS WARNED MEDICINE (HNS) lads aged 13 and 15 were given educated in the local schools. to the meeting and offered to as- C- ff sis; the organization is aay cf these j son. bus members of this i matters. assared the meeiiEg that this I Seme 1 carried on uritMa ihs criucissas -sere levelled a: the C5ti- j or so._________ _ zens of Pincher Creek acd district by several rreaibers in attendances f w .-a; meeaas The chairman in- j I AOflAr :cicawd that organizatioa was! I Ijlllll LlCdUCT 'EOT, receivin? the desired backing. 5 and enthusiasm in which the pro- jec: was started. As far as com- a school with the connKunitT Mrs. M. Schram Laid To Rest PWCHER HEALTH BODY PURCHASES BUILDING CLAJ1ESHCLM. __The i cenare. was of the opinion thai; funeral of the late Mrs. Minnie j_____________________________I Visits St. Pauls PINCHER CREEK. (HNS> was held from the j Church on Saturdav afternoon with Rev. W. J. CoSlstf officiating, as- sisted by Sisfcop A. W. Miller of the >-S. church. The senior choir led Announcement has juss been made the music. Bishop Miller glow- that the Pmcher Creek Health So- i ing tribute to iirs. Schram, who I IT ciety has purchased the former! was an eariv pioneer of the iOF Crook schoolhouse. spsne five miles line district. ar.d whose home was Trustees Given Sign e i the plan of always open w the yourac people of i 1 Rock Fans. south of town. It is the newly-formed organiza_____ __ more this building into town with- ;lowa, in 1879 and in the ness. week. i Miss Jean I organiar of traiaing of the National Association of Girls' Clubs. London. was a. visitor K, St. Paul's Indian i school. During her two visit Jshe was active In conaectioa Tcitix her commission and delivered two instructive addresses in. the school irrny meeting 'StoU? travelling from eaa to u see ewiang, the Sch-needed of district In April. 1903. has enough members to carry on with the formation of a strong or- ganization. Members of the executive will In- terview the council oa Monday eve- ning for the purpose of obtaining a ,JC. iwi UIic_ location for the faujlcing. Several children. Lula Paul Leuard) town-owned lots have been looked j Cherie Twen- ty-one ladies answered the roll caii at the Ladies' Aid Easter meeting with an event in the life of Jesus when Mrs. C. Shrumm presided. Mrs. B. 3. Greer being hostess. Mrs. Clarence Daris was in charge of and based her talk on the Resurrection of Christ. stressing the fact that i; was the death of Christ and the Resurrec- tion, which gave life to the Chris- tian church of the world. Mrs. B. I. Baker gave a fine paper on the life of the Apostle Paul, while Mrs. HellaweU pleased with a vocal solo. The Mar meeting will be held at the Coaldale United church hall on May 15, when the roil caii is to be answered with the name of a famous mother. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting by Mrs. J. F. Hodgson and the hos- tess. and Arthur Nelson. The was Jn the family plot in Claresholm cemetsry Gee. W. 5 rose was in charge of arrangements. Departure Of Valued Family Regretted DIAMOND Cmr. (HNS) "With the departure of Mr ard Mrs. G. L, Thomas and family, the district experienced the loss of the fifth family to leave the district in i the las; few weeks, to take up resi- dence at another point. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas left on Thursday afternoon for Victoria. B.G, by ear. They plan to spend the Easter weekend in Sunburst I with Mrs. Thomas' brother, B.' Trussweli. after which they will oo Ritchie Paterson Company CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS P.O. BOX 340. TELEPHONE 2S13 5 and 6 ACADIA BLDG. 612 THIRD AVE. S, rXSTITCTB MEETS SUNDIAL (KXS) Mrs. B. Dunn was hostess for the Women's Institute on "Wednesday. April IT. The members finished a quilt, SEKIOtJSLTT ILL CARMANGAY. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Rov Davman were called ____ J-L.WW ___, t, to Calgary on Thursday owing to munity life of the district the serious illness of Mrs. Day- stern warnings when they appear- man's father, Malcolm McKay. _ store which they purchased recently. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas' departure was preceded bv the departure of the B. McMullen family' who left to take up residence in. Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Sabey who left for tftah. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Walton and family and Mr. and Mrs. M. Russell and faniil-. who moved to the Rosemary district. j The loss of these families leaves i i a very noticeable gap in the com- DISSOLVED ORAL VACCINE RHEUMAJK DISORDERS AMD NEURHIS (See Page 8) Canada's Favorite! REDROSE ORANGE PEKOE Canada's largest selling line QUALITY tea! 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