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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ___________........_ JnlvrJ-iy, Aoguil 19. 1171 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 'New SI'AIUVOOD (UN'S) rcrnic luis it.s own dhtricl dcnl of schools. As of Aiijjusl I, IJ. Ilnrtuig look over rc- Craiibrook. Kcnm; ami Cran- forook li n cl Ijotli IJCCD Mr. I1 ii I 1 i H c r s districts. Tlic grrnvtli of the area increased llic nmmiiil of work, and tills, sponsihilily in Sclitxil District combined with the preat din- No I from Percy Pullinficr ot I tanccs between schools, ncccs- No support voice for Pacific lime SPARWOOI) nf which went on Mountain council voted recently not to [Daylight Saving Time this year upporl n plebiscite in favor of j for the first time, is lumped 'ill- CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Machecek of Turin recently celebrated iheir golden wed- ding anniversary, Turin at couple is honored dinner anniversary TURIN (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Machecek cel- ebrated their golden wedding anniversary recently. In honor of the occasion, a dinner and dance was held in Picture Buttc. Among those at- tending was Mr, Machccck's brolher, Frank, and his wife from Chatham, Ontario. Other out-of-town gue.sts were from Calgary, Drumheller, Tabcr, Grassy 1-akc, Barons, Bttrn- well, Coaldaie and Lcthbridge. Mr. Machecek was born July 24, 1897 In Lidcrovicc, Czecho- slovakia. He served for two New policy is adopted a I Til her TABKR (HNS) Hccogni- IJon of the lonf; service of em- ployees Including non-pro- fessionals as well as teachers, and extension of Ihc awards program for ouUsUniding Grade ]2 students, were set out ns new policies at a recent meet- ing of Taher School Division trustees. Employees retiring from ser- vice nitl) lit least 10 years em- ployment will ho honored with a prcscnlation at some appro- priate pi'hlic (line t inn, and n list of 1072 rnlirces is now in preparation at Ihc divisional office. al some npproprialc oc- casion, CI r a rl n 12 students whose average in five matricu- lation subjects including Eng- lish 30 is and 80 per con I will receive awards. The previous policy afforded awards (o students with "honors1' rating of ISO per cent or better. The new policy was adopted on Ihe recommendation of rc- fcnlly retired viec-prmcioal of W. It. Myer.s High Scliofil Frank Mrmaka who Hint "such recognition would eu- rouragc ncrsdrinic achievement and rwognilion lo indus- Irious jtrdcnK v, ho did not cjuilr make ati boaors stand- ing." years in the army (hiring the irst World War. Mrs. Machecek, (he former lizabeth Tomccek, was bom Nov. lo, lflD6 in Czct'hoslovakia. Elizabeth Tomecek and Jo- seph Macbccek were married July 4, in Vnorovech. They lived in Czechoslovakia until 1920 when Mr. Machecek immi- grated lo Canada to seek a bet- ter way of life for liis family. He came to Raymond where he worked in Ihc sugar beets. Two years later he moved to the Barn well district to work in the sugar beets, and where later he purchased n small ir- rigation farm. In 1930, M r s. Madiecck accompanied by her two sons, Frank and Charlie, immi- grated to Canada. The family farmed in Ihe Barnwell district for 15 years. In 1915, (hey moved to (lie Turin-Surxlial arena, wlicrc llicy resided until After their retirement, Mr. and Mrs. Macliccek purchased a smaller farm in Turin where they now reside. Mr. and Mrs. Machecek have four children, Frank of Barons, Charlie and Stanley of Turin and Vencil of Calgary. They have 13 grandchildren. Stnmrsrd Time in llic PisL Kootenay. The decision v; a s made when it was poinlcd out b Free Press publisher Adrian Kennedy that a vote is ficlrl on the time question in conjunction with the Aug. 30 pinvincial election. But (he Kt.sL KooLcnay, most School hooks for retarded SPARWOOD (HNS) "Very worthwhile" was tlic term used by trustee Jack Pidgeon of the Fernie District School Board to filling the request of the Fernie Chapter of The Kootenay So- ciety for Handicapped Children and Adults to provide (hem v.ilh discarded hooks for the newly-formed centre in Fcrnie. District superintendent of schools, 0. L. Hartuig, told the meeting that very often there is an issi'c of school hooks that department of education di- rects discarded. These could be donated to the centre for men- tally retarded children and adults. Coli'jnhia River, Norll1 Peace River anrt Soutli Peace River. At present the notice of plebiscite ".some commu- nities in the above noted areas operate on Mountain 'lime Zone, wtli Alberta residents. Tlic government would like to know if you would prefer to op- erate on Pacific Time.'1 Issue in tins area, according ,o council, is not Pacific Time, jut daylight saving lime. Jlad MDSTnot been established last April in the south eastern por- tion of tbc East Kootenay, this area would be on the same time as the coast. During the winter in past years, there also has been a time difference be- tween here and the area from Creston west. It w as po in ted out at tin council meeting that Pacifr Time, if established here w o u 1 d eliminate daylight sav- ing and put the area back where it V.TJS this time las year. Mayor Uphill urged 11- council pass a resolution against Pacific Time and he got one approved. There was no de cision us to whether counci would advertise its views o campaign for a no vote. .sitilled hiring another supc.'in- j Mr. JlarLuig is a native d I1 i n c c and began leaching llicro in 1032. At the beginning of his career, he taught math and physical edu- cation in high schools, moved out of physical education and into social studies, bcco.ning a .social studies department head. Mr. HarLwig received his fi.Kd. at Eastern Washington State University. He acquired all the course requirements for his M.Kd. there as well. Since arriving in Ferule just over a week ago, Mr. Harlwig has been touring his district meeting the principals and crjuainlmg himself with the Lo- condilions. So far, he says e has been to all areas of (he strict and viewed most of the chools. Mr. Hartwig's district in- ludes 10 schools, seven ele- icntary, two secondary and nc elementary -second ary. schools which form school District I in the prov- iico, range from Grasmcrc and [affray in the south and west, ind and Spanvocd in he north and west. Jn ether news trustees were old that although there will registration of new students lo he district the last week of Au- ;ust, it won't be known until the irst day of school how many Council supports trailer park bid Librar survey ends J'INCHKK CHEEK (Special) Catherine Main completed her survey of a Ihrcc-monlh rural library sur- vey winch covered llic area of Pinchcr ('reck, Cnlcrmm. Blair- mnre, Bcllevuc, Fort M.iclcrxl, firanum ami Clarcsholm. She wiide n survey each library lo determine facilities, sen-ices provider! and operating mcth- rxl.s. She endeavored to visit ev- ery 201 li home in the town.s (o RC{ n cross section of reading habits. The project employed high ?rhoor university stwleuls under NIC province Tempo- rary Kmploynicnt Program, results are hcing tabu- lated and finclines anrf rccom- inojidalinns be forwarded to the ASfwrUi (lopartnirn! of rnlturc, youth and recreation. PINCHER CREEK (Special) At a recent meeting of the Council of the Municipal Dis- trict of Pinchcr Creek, council agreed to support an appeal against the decision of Hie De- part men t of High ways to re- fuse the construction of a vaca- tion trailer park. It was council's opinion that ibis was a much needed type of devel- opment and the fact that it was not more than a half mile from Watcrlon Lakes National Park was rather an arbitrary reason for refusal. The under ground sprinkler system is now being installed at Lodge and tho landscaping is proceeding well. The Municipal District crews arc planning to haul top soil within the next few days. Council reviewed plans for a proposed location for a 210KV power line from Pcigan lo Ihc H.C. Iwrrler. It was council's de- cision Ihal it be sngfiestcff In Calgary Power to locate this twofold structure aL least 20 feel from the unmicipnl roads in order lo make provision for future road widening that ma> required. It wa.s the council's decision that this would cause less inconvenience I Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING njn Dctoux. Rctidenl Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 Interruption. of ptmwr Sunday RLANtMOTlK (CNT Bu- reau) llc.sicJenl.1; served Ihe tnu'ii of Rlairmarc's electri- cal rlLstribulion .system will be without power for about hours. I' will hr cnl jil six j o'clwk Sunday evoiiing rntil j approximately eiyht fo Tirijuslmont.s rnny made (o the power system. the Cartoon Bug lend ysijr Orleans The Herald, care of Helen Kovacs, Airport site available lor school SPARWOOl) (HNS I A Kcr- nie airport site is pro- vide ti by Fernie council for aniiianis, East Koulenay vocational i 'Hie move to provide the site and school and Fcrnie Memorial Hospital could tempo- rary headquarters for such a school. Council made these decisions after receiving a letter from the board of trade's vocational school committee. 50 to 100 acres of land, brought] Tvc done a little cheeking' a a reaction from Aid, j lliet city has final say as to happens to it afLor the new hospital is built, The vocation school, prom- ised for the East Kootcnay by Premier Bennett in 2 recent visit, was described by Aid. Peter Stash as equivalent to at the airstrip, plus use of Ihe hospital after it is vacated in favor of the new building row up for lender, came after brief o the JandoviTicr when opera ng farm machinery around th structures. As B result of damage don o the Township road by Tcxa Pacific Oil Corporation whc moving a drill rig, council will advice the oil company that the road service will be rcgradcd and regravelled and that the cost of doing this work will be invoiced to the same company. Council issued an order for Ihc removal of a partially com- pleted cottage as this develop- ment was illegally constructed no development permit had been obtained. classrooms will be required. The hoard was read a letter j 'rom Rev. Joseph Barnes, stat-: ing that Holy Family Parish in 'crnic agrees to rental of two, Ihrcc or five classrooms, plus the activity room of the Cath- olic School on a month to month basis for extra classrooms if required. The board has rented classrooms from the church previously due to the lack of their own facilities. Although the principals of all the area schools agreed it would be a good idea, the board declined to change the time of day the students would enter on the First day. The principals had requested thnt students come only in the afternoon of Sept, 5, and not the morning as in previous years. Mr. liar-twig said Uie afternoon beginning would have given the principals and teachers time for a preliminary staff meeting Word that the lieved slated for Kimberley, or Fernie, required prior to meeting with the stu- dents. school, be- Cranbrook, Colemaii's position sound COLEMAN (CNP The Town of Coleman has re- ceived a very favorable report from A. D. Swann, the senior municipal inspector. Mr. Swann staled that all was found in good order. Records were maintained ui an efficient maiv ner, statutes ffere closely fol- lowed, business was carried out in a satisfactory condition and that the town was in good financial position. There was also a good account of the business transactions by the council. Mayor Vernon Upliill said secondary industry for Fernie. These Are The lethbtidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. 10. CESAR GBneial Dellvtry GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBULL........... General PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON RAYMOND MRS. DEUA WOOlf Mfl. foulin JuKor................ Phone 738.4394 Conlact these people for your Diitricl New> or Classified Advertising ILi TIRES 'TIRES TIRES1 TIRES Mrs. Graham lops show STAVELY (HNS) Tlic Slavely Coinrmmily Hall tho scene of tlic 20Ui annual Slavely Flower, Vegetable and Bake Show. In (he (lower category. Mrs. M. of Parkland was crowned the cham- pion while in the baking sec- tion Mrs. M. Miller of Park- imni unit Mrs. 0. Olson of Slavely lied lor Ihc apfjrcgalc crown, Mrs. Carey of Ktlively won out in llic vegcla- hln sec lion. Mrs. Cralunn nf Slavely raptured top honors in tlic show as (lie high, nvcr-7jU win- ner. She compiled the most points in the various sections. Judges were district agricul- turist Allan Toly aixl his nssis- Ifjiii Jerry Kern lie nf Oarev hnlin, fliflrict home PonnorniKl Mi.s.s of YitU'an and Kllis Nor- Ftw! Mrs. (lenc l-'ullen of C'lmT.sholm. HOLD EVERYTHING! KIRK'S j SUMMER CLEARANCE i Uniroyal Tires STARTS MONDAY Featuring GREAT BUYS LIKE THESE! WHILE STOCKS LAST! FOSTER PARENTS FOR BLOOD RESERVE GROUP HOME, STANDOFF, ALTA. Open to all interested couples. Group Home accommodates 4 teenagers. Aged 12 fo 18 years. For application Forms contact: ARNOLD FOX BLOOD TRIBE SOCIAL SERVICES STANDOFF, ALBERTA or PHONE 737-3911 CLOSWG DATE Of COMPETITION SEPT. 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