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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta __Thursday, December 28, 1972 THE LE1HBRIOGE HEPMD 3 'Dismal picture too feiv pounds limit sot on bri TABEH Oi.NS) A project- schools in Tabor, CJ'.KKK ed disparity of tome between revenues and expendi- tures for 1973 in the Tabor school division presents "a very dismal financial says school superintendent Jamos L. George. Definite information rt-gard- ng and ccnl-aliaim? some of I Jn a RACK RECREATION Mri. Marguerite cf 1no Ciartir olrn and diilrkt recreation board, v frcrn Bob McKte, president of ihe Hockey Av-odafion. Perl of ihe donation 000, v ra by o ikoic-a-rhon; ihe remainder came Al ihe time i C iorrjivr'O .m Liorii Ci'jb hcndtd ever keyi to o Iraclor lien-, ice-scrcper. Andersen Photo Cubs e tea et been received from the de- lartment of education, hence i eminent grams, and completion jnly a tentative budget can be the teacher salary agreement ompleted at this time. i which was still unresolved at man of the public: work mJttce, -Jim Burns, z tov.Ti council learned a letter cclverf from the e-Jj2infer the Avrj. inEpe'rtiwj h i dation v.-as a maximum 'A P l dertaken as soon as time of the meeting. Ilhe a I use of Inc bridge is iv S 3 rx-r i A major contributing cause to i A sign v.ill restrict height. will be UD only divi-cion's 'and others j j In tire past large semi-trans- F i dilemna is the doclhii Available information dictates the that expenditures for the year nil1, increase by while revenues C.7 per cent. The deficiency of revenues to mast expenditures is aimo-.t S200.WJ, Mr. George told a re- I cent meeting of the board, j In an. effort to reduce the deficit without unduly inereas- i ing local taxation, the board considered a number of possi- bilities. Considered were reduction in capital 'expenditure, reduction in maintenance staff, elimina- tion of at least two bus routes, increasing the pupil to teacher rotio by cutting the staff by seven teachers, combining the ing birth ports and o'her r.cavv rate during the past decade and merit have bten iji-'ig the resultant empty space in! bridge, ft will u-.o'i rno-st of the school rooms as j mostly by passenger cars enrolments continue to decline, i light deliver.- trucks. Wonieu galher Install slate January 9 COALDALE Sisters here will install elected Snow rig bylaw i PINCHER CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek MD met dele- gation from the Mountaineers 1 Snowmobile Club in connection i with enactment of Alberta's new off highway vehicles act. It re- peals the former HIOW vehicles act. Vi'ith the onus now placed on the council to regulate snowmo- officers January 9. j bile travel, members endorsed Installing officer will be Mrs. j a bylaw to allow these machines Harvey Itass. to travel in the right hand ditch I 0{ The'committee for the annual j es and anywhere on unimproved !graj children's Christmas party re- road right-of-ways, ported the event was a success j This includes both Highways with a large number of the j 3 5 -m tfjs community. N'o members also attending and en- j provisions were set out in regu- Joying it. Chairman was Mrs. j travel of other highways Les Ei this time. Christmas gifts were sent In temple sisters in hospitals or senior citizens homes. Members Borrow voted to donate 810 to the South- land Nursing Home patients' CLARESHOLM (HNS) Christmas party. Claresholm town council has A letter erf thanks was read passed a resolution authorizing purchasing the chvrch of (he Nazarene buildings in tov.n. Rev. V. Quartz told council conditions of the tale required that the full payment must be made by P'eb. 1 or a- de- posit would be lost. A nev; Nazsrtne Church ii 'jiv der construction. Town council is purchaain.1 the old. church for fe p-j.rpori of providing accommodation for a proposed senior cithers' drop in centre v-hich has been the Heads Legion Attend 33 fires PINCHER CREEP: 'special) In for ih1; ended COI.EMAN fCXP Bureau.i Robert 'Brfch! L-ir.gille was elected president of the CoV-- rfiin Branch No. 9 of the Royal Car.adiin Legion. Officers are president i dent Tor.y Cocciolone: secrc- Pe'.e Meroniuk; ar.d execu- tive: Wasylien, sergear.t-at-! John Merc-er. Nick i MarctUe Dingrevitie. Er-vm Joe Lore.nz, noormeri S'.an iTarabula. John Russell and George rcauiar monthly ine-.-'J-.E re- cently in St. Michaei'-- Hall a: -.vith 23 jni'mbcr; ;n on 'he :r- lo the Francis Xavisr Uni- vertitv of .'.'.S.. and S2 to the Alliance For Life Hostesses for a Christmas partv were Mrs. ilrall, Chais. Mr-. Jenr.y '.Iri. '.'s'-. V e r o n i c a Brault !.jrs. Yvonno B-jtlcr. from the Canadian Mental j borrov.ing S12.000 from a bankl By OKOFF TAGG Special Corrrspomlrrr.t FOREMOST Forenw-t Cjr, pack, 25 members MTOIE, staged a !ei fcr s'r- rJor citizens st the- I.c-jicn lijll recently. projcc-t i? an cnnuai or? for UK The y put into pra'.'tii'i of taught durir.j C-it year. Guesu v. o 1 c o rn e d, to and or; by the eager The boy5 s'iged a mu-vica! pros-am for their visitorf. un- der the direction o: Ircr.e It v.ith K e 11 y Bernison. Tirs was fol- lowed hy Ke-.-in Street Beautiful Brov.r. Eyes on hj guiur. Biily Bcsemann led an amus- ing siit Ssrita's Break- guests for the v.-r.o ail mysteriouslv ror.tsct.ed a ricty of Eve ail- men in a Manger cei the piano, and Rsfick performed Jingle Ix-Ls his guitar. A poem V.T-iat Shall T G i v e r.-rr-.'! recited by Craig Eil- This -.va' followed by an or- in the Health Association for the do- nation. Mrs. Ira Holtman and Mrs. Ralph King received 25-year membership pins. Making the presentation was Mrs. Beth Ealdry, most excellent chief for A total of 73 sick and friend- ship calls were made during the past month. Baby awaited PKCHER CREEK (Special The arrival of the first bsbv of the Yesr at St. Vin- cent's Hospital is eageriv await- ed. Merchants of the are do- nating gifts for ihe b v The V-l c r o of Lioa? second vice- c Tom Youngsiers enjoyed a pro- Qrn of cartoons and short also enteitain- rr-usic. -i- 1 guests trie four r tiroys from LethibridEe, -ing youce rock croup. F articies and featurr-s in Reader's Digest Gci your copy today: i not announced. 7 wonder if ive need a planner' RECALL NAVY SERVICE A For( r.esf ct Christ Church Rev. Canon irec-mor.th I keep up tfl the of peo-. part-time planners." of Sl.ia. or we really are in trou- SPAR'.VOOIi wori- 2-'.'i a month alter a thn der if v.e need a planner al probationary salar.' of Sl.ia. p: all." said RDEK direc'.or Mr. Phillips said municipali- 'ble." Phillips o! electoral A. Elk Val- tics do not need to use the j He also noted that the P.DEK, lev and he noted, Green of England. Hi .'-'ir3. Cc'r.ersrie Grynoch. served in ihe cur'-.T the Secsr.d and Canon Green her chaplain. O'ner cuetts c' the severe' cf 5'. Cyprian's ccr> g re-ga'ion, AI so c ;te -.di nc a body 25 memberi of inc- Ei'-s cr.d Order cf Lodges. RUSK'S planning service and where a full-lime planner has Director Lloyd Sharpe said. "Tr.-ere has to be more local input into planning. This chap What drxs he do fo.- the kind the department of hiuhways has worked alone since its begin- rnc-ntioned this, authwitv lo override the re- ning, is one of the "best thought- romir.unicate more with people Ir. made 'r.l-. deci- or' regional districts in the in province. wants to i that RDEK has zoning. Croicsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Perron Decoux, Rniident Elarrrr.ore Phone 562-7149 The rjistrif. of y pays ivi planMr Star okaed .Several directors responded to the question, t Aid. Stan Wilson of Kimhcr- 1-jy noted that, with all zoning ready to be put into effect, "We are just beginning." l Aid. Don Shtrling of Cran- I brook said. "Planning and ion. ing bylaws arc continuing _ things. They must be made to "Where there have only been we have to maKe it worK.' COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Utlibridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area PINCHER CREEK MRS. EDWAP.O IUNN (Special Coneipondsnl) 213 FORT MRS. TED SWIHART DEL BONITA ERNIE DAUON NOBLE FORD S? L. IUCHIA ..........234-3612 Osn, Del. Phone 654-334i Contact people for District News or Classified Advertising To Zone 6 CRANBROOK S p e c i a 1 Regional of East Koo- j tenav has aopro-.c-l ir. i principle Kirnherley's planned TABER fHNS) Taber c-ity limits exparisiOTi to include Scljrxjl Division No. ft trustees !t.s North Star ski hill and addi- K. B. Peterson and T. J. Park- Kimbcrley area to-.! inson were named division rep- uard development control. resentatives to Zone G and the of the projc'.u-d c-zten-. Southern Altx-rtj School Au- is cro-.'.Ti-w.r.cd. thorities' Association. tlon for a irrar' for i's and Torric will represcnl newly f-jrn.cd T-O- f.rr; on the I'xjard-teachcr ciKy in cornmiltoc of the divi- by RDEFC in !'f72 .irrion? Mr. Ev.'in.son in Co- 'he on I'unbia Valley, U.e Tabcr recreation ryjard. j f -Dnbrook, Ferr.ie at .Mrs. Cunningham to Tabor fo if forrr.cd tov-Ti council, Wolfcr to is unirjue in having a j Tnber MD council, Mrs. Park- v'ilsrc women's voluriieer fire to the Vauxhall ITOT m'Al of Ih': and Mr. Torrie to the male fJr-T'V.- Village Council, ftv.ay at Mr V, o f c: r was aL-xj named lanre trie representative on j through fire the Southern Alhc-rta Educa- lional Televisifm Association. Thin About drinking. About driving. About New Year's. About somebody else's New Year's. Use your head and your heart when pouring your New Year's cheer this year. O'KfSEFE BREWING COMPANY LIMITED ;