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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta RECEIVES DESK Stephen Penny, fourth from left, president of the district 18 UMWA Pensioners Association was presented with a desk by union secretary Pete Mer- oniuk of Coleman at a Christmas party held by the Pen- sioners. The gift from the association was in appreciation of Mr. Penny's work for the group Included, from left, committee members are Paul Belter, Walter Badzioch, secretary Waller Dibblee, Mr. Penny, District 18 rep- resentatve Don McDonald of Calgary, Mr. Meroniuk, vice president Sylvia DeKlyn, John Figura and Joe Baruta. beginning leaders' Mrs, CLifLon, Hack recognized TABER (HNS) Mrs. Vieki (West) Clifton and Mrs. Sheila (Mcraski) Heck, Vauxhall Ele- mentary School teachers, will be recognized as the "best be- ginning teachers" ot the I9IJU- 70 school year at a dinner Mon- day, Jan. -1. I'JTI. Awards will be presented lo the two former Tabcr students by board chairman Allen Wolf- er. The dinner will precede the regular board meeting which will commence al. 6 p.m. 'I think there should be a inau versed iu Indian culture' Saturday, December 26, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAtD 3 FOIIT MACLIiOJJ (SpecialI The HiC group and (licir lender. Miss Sandic Swiliarl, cMijoywl iin evening of bowling in Lc'thbridyc. Among their coming events nrc a basketball meet with the N'ativc Friendship Onlrc "T I.cthbridee and a visit to Ihe Jewish Synagogue. Talk with them urges Chymboryk COALDALE of communication between par- ents and youth is the main rea- son drags are being taken by young people says Lethbridge City Police Const. Ed Chym- boryk. Scott McKinnon of the de- partment of youth, Lethbridge, concurred. Speaking to Coaldale Kins- men, Mr. McKinnon said the use of drugs in Lethbridge had definitely increased. Mr. McKinnon said there is not one definite answer to solve Don Brandley wins award STIRLING (HNS) Don Brandley of the 448 'jest Squadron, CFB Cold Lake, re- ceived a certificate and pin for 25 years' service. Mr. Brandley was born in Michel, B.C., and received his education in Stirling. His moth- er, Mrs. Lena Brandley, re- sides in Lelhbridge. He joined the RCAF in 1941 and served with the 429 vSquad- ron in England as a wireless gunner. He re-enlisted in 194G as a communications tech- nician and worked his way up to Warrant Officer First Class. In I960 he was commissioned. Mr. Brajidley lived in Moose Jaw and Cold Lake before re- tiring in 1967 as a flight lieu- tenant. Since that time he has been employed as a calibration technician of the 448 Test Squadron, calibrating complex electronic equipment and in- struments. The award was presented by Lt.-Col. J. H. Spratley, com- manding officer of the 448 Test Squadron. More district on page 11 the problem. The underlying reason must be discovered and remedied. The use of drags stemmed from the home life not being good, boredom in school and too much leisure time. There- fore, to do something, drugs are considered the answer. Mr. McKinnon said, are tremendous. LSD may cost as little as nine cents per dose but selis in the street for "What can the Kinsmen Club was the question posed. Mr. McKinnon Raid it was im- portant to get all the facts and then educate the public. Put pressure on the government to lo something about drug edu- "need a place to go to so- calion Mr McKinnon stressed, cialize just as adults do. The Youth Centres are a good thing if properly operated." Mr. McKinnon said the youth often come and talk to him or other adults but are not able to talk with their parents. He said parents don't want to be both- ered. Those in the illegal business of selling drugs are in a very lucrative business. The profits Const. Chymboryk gave many illustrations how family relationships had been the rea- son why youth took up drugs. He said communication and good relationship, with paren- tal discipline, is essential. "Talk with them. Children need attention. When both par- ents work this not the best.1 If children don't get the at- Public use of scliools idns Willow Creek OK CLARESHOLM (HNS) Trustees of the Willow Creek school division recently formu- lated a policy for the public use of schools. It came after long consideration of the issue by the policy committee head- ed by trustee George Willis of Stavely. In a prepared statement the board welcomes public use of schools by organized respon- sible groups with duly appoint- ed executives. There will be no charge made to educational groups, community groups church or- ganizations, service clubs and youth groups. "Money making" groups, such as touring film exhibitors, will havs to pay a fee of plus janitor fees while the fee for public dances is set at plus janitor fees. The board will not permit the use of school auditoriums or gyms for public dances where there arc community halls located in the town which could accommodate them. The facilities may be used without charge by employees lor holding Christmas parties. Section 13 of the new policy manual defines: "a teacher as part of the public except when involved in co-curricular extra auricular activities." Groups receiving permission to use school cafeteria facili- ties will be required to. have at least one of the regular cafe- teria employees present. The renter will be assesed the per- son's salary. Handle request CLARESHOLM (FIN'S) Board members of the Willow Creek school division have de- cided a request by the Clares- holm Minor Hockey Associa- tion to use Uie composite school auditorium with the cafeteria will be handled by local trustees Bob Lindsay by Howard Huddle. ROTHfvlAWS CALENDAR OF COMING EVENTS Planning a community event? Then ressm a-llotlimans Special Events Caravan now. The Caravan, with its public address system and1 modern stage facilities is available lies a! clmgc by writing to: Promotion Department. Rolhmans oi Pall Mall Canada Limited, Bltl'Strect South East, Calgary 24, Alberta. DEC. 20 AND DEC. 27 The aid Annual Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association Pee Wee Boxing Day Tourna- ment will be held as follows: Quarter finals p.m.; on Sal- urday and finals will be held at 11 a.m. Sunday. DEC. 28 AND DEC. The Allied Arts Council arc presenting a pantomime "Babes In The Wood" in the The Rotbman's Calendar of Events is a service that is provided free ol charge to all non-profit oganizations in the area. In order that your organization's events are listed on the Calendar, send the necessary inform- ation by mail please to MRS. HKLRN KOVACS, The Lelhbridge Herald. Yatcs Centre at and on December 28 and only on December 29. DEC. 28 AND DEC. 29 The annual Senior Men's Basketball Tournament will be held in the Lethbridge Sports Centre starting at a.m. Monday with games scheduled at 11. 1, 4, 7 and 9 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday. WEDiVESDAY. DEC. 31) The Lethbridge and District Oldtimers' Pernmican Club will hold its annual round- up and ball at lite Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion at 9 p.m. The best tobacco money can buy tention they crave, have, they turn t lifting or even Const. Chymboryk said there ha glue sniffing incidents city during the Such sniffing kills of brain cells. Const. Chymbory group not only to t; problem of drug "get something done." He reminded drug user can s as a day tion. Const. Chymbo play case containing of marijuana, LSD related items. Doug Ober, Coaldale Kinsmen pressed thanks t non and Const. C their addresses. CLARESHOLM (HNS) The Willow Creek school board will sugest to the new re- gional office of the department of education in Lethbridge that there is a need for specialists in the area of elementary being set up to improve the function of the schools. The specialists from the of- fice would make periodic visits to schools to lielp teachers with special problems. There was talk of a whole team of specialists who would Division sponsors one lo CLARESIIOLM (HNS) The Willow Creek school divi- sion has agreed to sponsor one school principal in the division for a leadership course for principals in Edmonton Santa Visits July 5 to Hi at a fee of NATAL (HNS) Santa Trustees decided not lo send Ctous visited District of Spar- wood children. aiiyuue w a commcnced his journey in ship seminar at Uie same time, i al approximately This school division does not j a.m. and travelled down main have even one councillor since j street, then proceeding through the resignation of Mr. Major Spanvood and then up through June. It was felt then that: Hie trailer courts in the L1R school princiapls could do the j Valley which was completed in job. late afternoon. and must shop-hie sniffing, stated. He 2n numerous ents in the )ast month, the growth k urged Ihe alk about the use but to c." em that a nd as much r his addic-x had a and in the field of Indian student relations. Mr. Rose, superintendent of schools, said: "I think there should be a man in the office versed in Indian culture to lelp Uie schools here in Fort MacLc.ed." The board had been asked to make suggestions on the organization of the regional office in Lethbridge which schools on a four-year cycle but trustees felt this was not N! These Are TheletHhridge H Correspondents hi Your 1 8 Icrald Area General Delivery General Delivery Gen. Del. get advice CLARESIIOLM (HNS) -The Willow Creek school division trustees recently learned the regional education office in Lethbridge will serve zone six by providing advisors in curriculum and consultant service in subject areas, learning processes and resources. It will also provide services with respect to speech therapy, learning difficulties and how to cope with renewed PINCHEK CREEK (Special) St. Vincent's Hospital has been informed by the Canadian Council on Hospital Accreditation that it has had its accreditation status renewed for a further term of three LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBUtt PICTURE BUTTE S P JOHNSON ng samples and other ident of the Club, ex-Mr. McKin-ymboryk Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Dficoux, Resident Rep., Blflirmors Phone Mrs Paulin Juhar Contact these people for your Distr cr Classified 738-4394 si Newi STARTS MONDAY 9 A.M. SHARP Year-End PRE-INVENTORY ROADLOOM CLOSE-OUT WEEK ONLY DECEMBER 28 TO JANUARY 2 IMassive Volume dealing creates huge ctccumu- Jlation which must be adjusted before we take fstock! DRASTIC CLEARANCE PRICES, INCREDIBLE SAVINGS ON MILLION DOLLAR STOCK Wall-to-wall broadloom, remnants, factory close-outs, non-current lines and colours, classi- fied materials. Alt SALES FINAL NO PAYMENT TILL FEBRUARY-CONVENIENT TERMS! TEXTURED NYLON Hi-lo loop pile, ideoi economy carpel for young homemakers. Moss, soft blue, quartz, 4 QQ copper, spice. SALE PRICEf YD......... H.77 HOUSE and GARDENS Indoor-Outdoor Poly-back. Blue only. QQ (Mfgs. suggested retail YD. "CENTURION" Mill Close-Out Super quality (20-oz.) Commercial Nylon Tweed. (Was listed at suggested retail YD. ?J.HJ WINDSONG Sculptured, Mulii-colour' Nylon Gold, Moss, Red, Meadow, Fern Green. nr STAR TWIST Finest grade, today's texiure, Nylon Hordlwist, Re- duced approximately Va because QQ occasional streaks............. YD. PLUSH ACR1LAN Most luxurious, elegant velvet finish.