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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, February 5, 1971 IETHBRIDGE HEIALD 3 Opportunity room assessment sought Recreation budget ivins okay BIAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) 'flie Crowsnest Pass recrea- Speech therapy backed TABER (HNS) Taberigiven for board membersiconference May 2 through 4 School Division No. 6 will pay Heber I. Anderson and Marvin j due to it being in Halifax, tuition costs tor Taber district IH. Torrie. "and any other trus- The board approved a for- students taking special speech I tec or administrator" to attend mula for allotting field trip bus therapy lessons at Lcthbridge. an administration conference usage for the respective. Parents will be responsible at Edmonton March 25 through I schools commencing next Sen- j TABER (HNS) Three Uems discussed recently by separate school board chairman Joe Chomany with for students needing pedal attention was passed ver to the superintendents for more detailed assessment illC A r group 12 and the senior toup four members who also ssisted with supervision duties necessary. The Sunshine Spreaders IGIT report was given by Mrs. Miller. This group had_ an ctiv< was chosen as one of two girls to represent Alberta at camp council in British Columbia. Mrs. D. Erno reported on Uni ted Church Women. A report Cubs now wts given on the under the leader ship of John VandenBroeke. Venturers, a relatively new senior are su" Four win jobs TABER (HNS) Ninety-one applications were received for four positions by trustees of Taber School Division No. 6 and four people were hired. Bernard W i e b e and Ernest Moline were engaged as care- akers for the W. R. Myers figh School. Jake Unrau was hired from among 28 applicants as janitor if the L. T.' We-stlake School. Miss Barbara Layton is the new steno-clerk .for the divi- sion's instructional materials centre at the general office. Aid foster child NOBLEFORD (HNS) The Nobleford United Church Wo- men met receiiJy at the home of Mrs. Clarence De Boer to plan the upcoming-pancake supper and to discuss the group's foster child in Korea. Mrs. De Beer will write to the foster child, Woo Byung Soo, this month. The next meeting will be held March 3 at the home of Mrs. Elmer Erickson. Roll call mil involve an article for the mis- sion layette. Nine attended. Co-hostess was Mrs. Edith Bovggard. Presents plans TABER (HNS) All sys- tems are "go" for the con- struction of Taber's new Cen- tral Elementary School, pro- vided promised funds are available when required. Rough drawings were e year. Miss Diane Erno I pervised by Fletcher Baskin. pre- sented by architect John Holden of Calgary. Trustees directed him to proceed with Stan Wilson named RDEK chairman detailed plans of the new school as soon as the depart- ment of education has given its approval. objection w a s raised against the borrowing of 000 for the school. Hoop champs NOBLEFORD Noble Central Hoadrunners are the junior girl basketball cham- pions in the north county bas- ketball league. They defeated the Picture Butte Bisonettes in the first game, and defeated another Picture Butte team, the Bad- gerettes, 20-12, to capture UK league trophy. The coach is Hans lisowicz. At home again NOBLEFORD (Special) Miss Lydia Hummel is again at her home following major kidney surgery which confined her to hospital for six weeks. Plans chalet FERNIE (HNS) Crows- nest Mall Developer Ed Lipp, builder of two complexes 'here last year, is starting to build a third this spring and is hoping to also build a 40-unit "Swiss chalet" on Highway 3. Mr. Lipp is president of Lu- caya Development Corporation. Classes end NOBLEFORD (Special) Classes for the students of No- ble Central High School ended recently. Exams for the Grade 12 class were completed Friday, Jan. 29 Noble Central is now in its third year in the semester pro- gram, and is receiving favor- able reports. CRANBROOK (SpeciaD- Regional District of East Koot- nay board has named Aid. Sanley Wilson of Kimberley joard chairman. He succeeds director Vincent Jowney who represents Area J, Cranbrook rural. Personnel changes on the di- rectorate include Aid. D. W. B. loffman, representing the Vil- age of Invermere, James Vhiting of Meadowbrook, rep- esenting Kimberley r u r a 1, Joyd Phillips of Hosmer repre- enting Elk Valley electoral area, W. W. Agnew appointed in default of any nominations VICTORIA, B.C. WATERFRONT HOMES Live quietly in beautiful Vie foria, in an all-year evergreen moderate climate. Solid con- crete, sound proof building, spacious 2 and 3 bedroom suites. Fireplaces, double bathrooms, large kitchen and dining r o o rns. Panoramic views of ocean and mountains with the ships plying the straits. PRICES FROM For brochure write Terry Farmer EXPLORER DEVELOPMENTS 825 Bay St., Victoria Tailfeatliers back at work STANDOFF Gerald Tail- eathers of Standoff, western il- ustrator and fine artist, is back at his drawing board here af- :er an 18 day period in the Holy stoss Hospital at Calgary. He suffered pneumonia, heart trouble and was generally tired and run down after a trip to 3ttawa in support of Indian arts and crafts. Mr. Tailfeath- ers was taken to hospital at Calgary after stepping off the plane on his return trip from Ottawa. The artist will mark his 46th birthday Feb. 13. Corn growers meet Feb. 8 BOW ISLAND (Special) Forty farmers from Cranford to Medicine Hat attended a grain corn growers' organiza tional meeting in the Bow Is land Community Hall recently A committee was established with Walter Cleland as chair man. The next provisional boarc meeting will be held in the council chambers here the eve ning of Feb. 8. All grain-corn growers arc urged to join the new organiza tion. represent rural Canal Flat- Columbia Lake-Wilmer and Aid. Siro Cimolini of Spar- food. Continu ing representatives are Mayor K'inkhamer, Cran- brook, Mayor Lenardon, Fer- nie, Andrew .iosicky for elec- oral Wardi er-Fort Steele- Wasa, Christ Madson for elec- .oral Radium-Edgewater Spil- limachene, and Lloyd Sharp representing South Country, Jaffray to Roosville. MEETS FEB. 9 NOBLEFORD (HNS) No- bleford Home and School ex executive will meet here Feb 9. Membership fee is a family. Correction TABER Sugar queen Lau- rie Jensen recently receiver use of a new car for one year from Taber dealer Law- rence Campbell. The Heralc regrets an error in a recent photo identification. The photo showed Mr. Campbell present- ing the keys to the car to Miss Jensen. Flying club FERNIE (HNS) An effort is being made to form a flying club here. Seven attended a re- cent meeting at the Fernie arena and decided to work to- wards purchase of a light air- craft. Review coming FERNIE (HNS) The all new Barkerville '71 review, on the road through the province, will appear here April 3 in an afternoon matinee. The revue has nine top en tertainers of the Theatre Royal in historic Barkerville. Wins snow rig FOREMOST Foremost branch of the Royal Canadian Legion has an- nounced that Benedict P. Gross of Grassy Lake is the winner of the snowmobile raffle. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 PARTSMAN WANTED Apply in person to Dean Bennett, Parts Manager, be- tween 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays and 8 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday. FLEMING MOTORS LTD. Corner 7th Street and 1st Avenue South MOWERS and TILLERS FROM MOTOR MOWER 817 3rd AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 327-2669 SAVE Tuo 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT INUTB UFFLEB INSTALLATIOIM3 509 6th Avenue South Phone 328-8134 Prices effective until closing, Saturday, Feb. 6th FRYING CHICKEN CANADA GRADE UTILITY Whole Body, 3-4 Ib. avg. READY TO SERVE f I J U Whole, Shank Smoked Hams 0, DEVON SLICED Side Bacon 59c TOP VALU BEANS PORK 14-fl. oz. tins MBBRTA--------------------------- Yellow Sugar TENDERFLAKE Lard BRUNSWICK Sardines TOP VALU Evap. Milk 5-lb. pkg. 6 7C 1-lb. pkg. ____ 16-fl. oz. tins 19c PURITAN TOMATO OR VEGETABLE SOUP 10-fl. oz. tins HUNTS ll-fl. or. bottle 5 for 1-00 Macaroni Dinners pkgs 15c YORK COD Fish and Chips 2o.OI PkS. 49C CATELLI CANADA NO. 2 RED NORLAND POTATOES 10-lb. bag CANADA FANCY ii I Delicious, Sporlan, or AppleS Mclntosh WE RESERVE THE KIGHT TO UMI1 QUANTITIES ;