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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuoidoy, December 1, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 MARK GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Giulio Vanoni, residents of Blairmore, marked their 50th wedding anniversary recently. A family supper, attended by rela- tives from ihe Crowsnest Pass (owns, Edmonton, Calgary and Kimberley, B.C., was held at the Turtle Mountain Hotel. A gift was presented to the couple by nephew Louis Pozzi of Calgary on behalf of the relatives. Open house was held the following day when more than 100 friends called. Mr. Vanoni, 79, and his wife, 74, were married in Blairmore Nov. 6, 1920 and have resided here since. They were both born in Italy. Vern Decoux Photo Matthew Halton High School wins okay for work experience in Grades 11, 12 PINCHER CREEK (Special) Pinchcr Creek school division board has approved a trial work experience program for Grades 11 and 12 students at Matthew Halton High School. Students will register on the program as a credit course and will have the opportunity to go oul into the community for work experience in various areas. Greatest Values Ever EXCLUSIVE CIRCLE OF SOUND MODULAR STEREO Hear perfectly balanced stereo sound no matter where you sit in the room. Cabinet with Ing cyiindrically-shaped speak- er units in grained Walnut color. RATED NO. 1 SMITH'S CLOSED All DAY MONDAY OPEN THURS. AND FRI. Till 9 P.M. Approval was given lo plac- ing television videotape rec- ords in each major school in order that schools could pro- duce tneir own programs, tape programs, and use literally hundreds of television pro- grams now available from the department of education. The board is to look further into arranging for an adult edu- cation speed reading course since there appears to he con- siderable interest in starling such a course in the new year. PEIGAN AIDES The question of Peigan teach- er aides was discussed and it was decided to employ two such aides for Pincher Creek elementary schools on a pro- bationary basis, the total cost of which is to be borne by the Indian affairs branch. A half-time school aide posi- tion at Livingstone School was arranged for the new year. Snoopy Snowgoers get grounds CAIIDSTON (HNS) The east side of the rodeo grounds will be made available to the Snoopy Snowgoers Club, coun- cil has decided. Recently some unknown snowmobile drivers caused -scv- 58 children turn out for eye test PINCHER CREEK (Special) At the recent eye-screening clinic for anblyopia, sponsored by the Oddfellows and Rebek- ahs, a tum-o u t of 58 children was seen put of a possible 200 eligible children. Amblyopia is sometimes re- ferred to as lazy eye. If children are found to have this at the age of four and five, by treatment they can regain full sight in the lazy eye. This community project had the approval of the provincial deportment of health. New subdivision PERNIE (HNS) Fernie city council has teen advised b y Corporate Developments Limited that it is going ahead with its subdivision on the low- er slopes of Mount Feniie. It is hoped to have the area serviced and 60 townh o u s e s built in 1971. The houses will be for sale. The lots will be 75 by 100 feet. Monthly payments will be about a month. Fernie city council has ap- proved the proposal in princi- pal and hopes to be able to in- corporate the subdivision into the city. However, all connec- tions for water and sewer be at the developer's expense. COUNTRY NEWS These Are Herald Correspondents In Your Area VAUXHAtL MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. Box 239 STIRLING MRS. MILDRED HARDY General TABER ROSS GIBB P.O. Iss 5187 TYREU'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMIING P.O. Box 97, Wrentham VULCAN tUNDY FINDIAY Delivery WARNER MRS. PEARL LIEBEIT General Delivery Contact these people for your District Newt or Classified Advertising eral hundred dollars damage to the newly-planted greens on the golf course. The traffic control bylaw was updated providing for more yield and stop signs and allow- ing for changes in parking. Tin's will allow angle parking at (lie E. J. Wood School, mak- ing more parking space avail able during events at the au- ditorium there. The old firehouse has to be upgraded and improved be- cause it houses the main water valves and pressure gauges. Remington Construction was given the contract for the in stallation of a bridge across 3rc Ave. The bridge was obrainec from the provincial departmenl of highways. Don Card was appointee chairman of the recreational board. Jensen elected again CARDSTON (HNS) An .election >in division 2 of the Cardston MD returned incum bent Harold Jensen with 9i votes. Byron Wolsey received 5! votes and Lester Campbell, Bob Arnold in division 3 ant John Hocking in division 7 were both returned by acclama- tion. These are all one year lenns All councillors will be electee next year. A recrganizational meetin will be held in the near future when a reeve will be chosen. Regulations discussed CLARESIIOL.M board of the Willow-Creek- Claresholm Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing Home District No. 4 recently discussed the new Alberta regulation which states: "In the case where a pa- tient's stay in an auxiliary hos- pital exceeds 120 days the charge shall be S3 per day for all days in excess therof. Note: for the purpose of this clause (lie determination of the length of stay shall not be affected by temporary discharges or trans- fers In another facility or home." It was noted the regulation came into force Kov. 1 and any patient who was admitted on or before July 4, 1970, will be re- quired to pay the per day co-iusurance on Nov. 1, 1970. The hospital will revert to the practice followed in the past whereby one month's payment ill advance will be required. The co-insurance is not insur- able by any insurance com- pany, Bowling was believed to have lirst been played in Canada about 1734. Tries new system PINCIIEU CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek school divi- sion has been chosen from Prefab homes construction explained MAGRATH (HNS) J. Tar- nava of Lethbridge, manager of frailer City, spoke on prc- 'abricated homes at the recent Magralh Lions Club meeting. Lots are available here for Under the government Man for homes over a 30-year period only five per cent is re- quired for a down payment. This would mean on a 000 home with three bedrooms. A finished basement would re- quire extra. Monthly payments ol would be less than expensive rents in cities. It was pointed out residents of small towns do not appreci. ate the potential here. Easy ac- cess to sports and community functions, safety and healthy conditions were mentioned. Members of the Lions Club are encouraging more building in the Garden City and invite those interested to investigate possibilities. a in o n g 50 school systems as one of 10 school jurisdictions in ths province lo be a pilot pro- ject area for implementing a new approach to budgeting and accounting. During 1971, the 10 selected areas will help lo es- tablish a system which in turn will he used by all areas start- ing in 1072. Decorations up PINCHER CREEK (Special) The main street of Pincher Creek has taken on a very fes- tival appearance with the in- stallation of 14 light standard decorations. These were a new purchase by town council for Ihis year and every year for five years Ihere will be additions. Along with strings of ligfils strung across the street, tho Christmas tree is now in posi- tion in front of (he Memorial Community Arena. Possesses LSD CUANBROOK (S pec i a It- Apprehended on a local street by RCMP, and found lo have 23 Capusles of LSD in his posses- sion, la year old Patrick McLellan pleaded guilty when he was charged with possession for purposes of traffic. He was already on probation, a n d provincial court Judge H. C. King sentenced him to 18 months in prison, with concur- rent three months determinate and six months indeterminate for violation of probation terms. Apprehended with him was a 15-y e a r-old who has been sim- ilarly charged, and will appear in Family and Children's Court Dec. 10. Meanwhile he has been released into custody of his parents. Lions calendar COLEMAN (CNP Colcman Lions Club Commun- ity Calendar chairman Clint Kasmusscn has announced sub- scriptions can be written and paid for at Grant Hall Phar- macy, Thorntons H a r d ware, Blairmore, or Cellis Building and Supplies in Coleman. Dead- line for subscriptions has been set for Dec. 4. The fee is Proceeds from this annual calendar activity will be used by the Lions Club for community purposes. Old Chief WI learns 'mice spirit' CAUDSTON (HNS) The regular monthly meeting of the Old Chief Women's Institute was held at Mrs. Roy Harlman's home in the Cardston district. The preliminary theme was "The True Spirit of Christmas." It was taken from the Ideal magazine and given by Mrs. Eula Steed. The business of the meeting proceeded with chairman Mrs. Elliot Nay conducting. Several projects were discussed which are to be presented as resolu- tions at the 1971 convention. Attention was given to the "lack of patriotism" in our communities and schools. It was the feeling of the gath- ering that more programming on radio and television be de- voted to themes suitable for developing more loyalty and love, of our country in all Ca- nadians. Remembrance D a y, especially, should he observed with more reverence and devo- tion for our fallen soldiers by our communities and schools. The roll call was a Christmas gift given by each member, to be sent to the patients at the Alberta Government Hospital at Raymond. A Christmas lunch was served by the hostess. "We set up the Commerce Two Account Plan to be a perfect match. A Personal Chequing Account lets you pay all your bills while wo keep your records straight. And a Commerce Savings Account lielps you earn more interest on the money you keep. And'to help you save, you can. arrange to have funds automatically transferred to your savings account. union. Just one more way jnorc of us do more for you at the Commerce." ;