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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, February 5, 1972 Recreation ideas probed TROTTERS WIN Trotters display the ATA Trophy they won in rhe CocldaSe-McNally junior high schools basketball league tourney. They also won the Kimura s Sporting Centre Award. Front row, from left, Cameron Fargo, Dewayne Voselenak, Mike Girbav end Howard Klassen. Middle row: Ewcld Granson, Tim Gculdhawke and Byron Yamamoto. Back row: Manfred Schmold, Harold Janz, Neil Cofell, Les Howe and coach Don Schieike. Tymburski Photo RED DEER COLLEGE Invites You To Attend The LETHBRIDGE CAREER FAIR February 8-9, 1972 VISIT OUR DISPLAY AND INVESTIGATE THE EDUCATIONAL AND CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE. Goldade elected A'OBLEFOKD (Special) Tlve Nobleford Savings and Credit Union held its annual meeting in the Legion Hall re- cently. The meeting was preceded by a banquet catered by the Le- gion Ladies Auxiliary. A dividend of six per cent was paid on share accounts and two pei' cent was paid as a rebate on the interest received from loans. A vote of thanks was ex- tended retiring members. Elected to the post of presi- dent was Paul M. Goldade. Continuing in the position of secretary treasurer manag- er is Mrs. Mai-ion Moulton. Louis Siray and Karl Lang were elected to the board of di- rectors. Max Pharis was elected to fill the vacancy ,on the supervis- ory board. j Mrs. Gladys Ronney will con- j tinue as overall supervisor. The credit committee will be appointed by the board of direc- tors at its first meeting. All positions are for a three-year term. Bridal shower FOREMOST (Special) A miscellaneous bridal shower will be held at 8 p.m. Monday. Feb. 7, for Joanne Haszard, bride-elect of Const. Dave Coil- is, at Foremost Community Hall. All women are welcome to at- tend. Policy handbook FOREMOST (Special) i County of 40-Mile educationists j recently received copies of their new policy handbook. i The new handbook is a means of communication be- I tween the school board and the teaching personnel of the coun- handbook is set up in such a way that it is under con- stant revision. Superintendent of schools Clifford Elle considers the handbook is in line with the philosophy that the best pos- sible communication between the school board and its em- ployees is essential for the smooth operation of the school system. Seeks dentists SPARWOOD (HNS) Com- munity development officer Dick "Clark has announced a i dentist will be in the Sparwood jand Elkford areas during Oc- tober, November and Decem- ber. He will spend six weeks at Sparwood and two weeks at i Elkford. Mr. Clarke advises lie is in contact with two dentists who have shown an interest in lo- cating in the Sparwood area on a permanent basis. Pioneers ball I TABER Members of the Taber Pioneer Club will hold their second Annual Ball Fri- day, Feb. 11. in the Taber Community Centre. The dance is to get under way at p.m. Those attending are encour- aged to wear old-time cos- tumes. Handley's old-time orchestra will provide the music. A supper will be served at p.m. In order to become a mem- ber in this club, persons must have lived in the area more I than 30 years. Anyone who qualifies for membership in the club and still is not a member may pur- chase a membership as well as tickets at the door. Dog tags due COALDALE (HISS) The 1972 dog licences are now due. No dog is permitted to rim at large within the town. FERN1E The executive of the East Kootenay Recreation Association is working toward making the association an "ac- tion" group and has taken first steps on several projects for tliis year. There is a need for trained leaders to assist small com- munities without staff in offer- ing a summer program and planning a winter schedule of activities. The EKRA executive feels a Elmer coming SPARWOOD (HNS) At a meeting of the Sparwood Com- munity Development Associa- tion plans were made to intro- duce Elmer the Elephant. It is a safety program for elemen- tary schools at Sparwood and Elkford. On hand for the meeting were principals of the schools and Cpl. Harvey Woof of the Sparwood RCMP detachment. Bicycle safety and baby- sitter programs will be intro- duced. During June the committee j plans to hold a health week and j focus on aspects of health in j the area. minimum of eight such leaders are needed in the East Koo- tenays. Also under consideration is a program of travelling cultural groups such as drama, bands, choral groups, children's the- atre. Such groups can travel on a schedule, offering their particu- lar specialty to small and large communities. Information clinics for mem- bers of recreation commissions program to bring to the small and large commission, in separate meetings or to- gether, information, advice and "how to" sessions on offering a recreation program using vol- unteers. The need for an outdoor edu- cation centre in the East Koo- tenays is becoming more and more apparent. An outdoor education centre would, ideally, be isolated, lo- Radio bid under study cated on or near a lake, and able to accommodate about 50 people in-residence. The ERR A is aware of the need for such a centre and the executive re- cently appointed a committee to conduct a thorough feasibil- ity study on the need for and use of an outdoor education centre. Group home for boys is goal in Kootenay area KJMBERLEY An organiza- tion formed nearly two years ago in Kimberley to further the cause of child care in its dis- trict has been accepted in its offer to regionalize so that it will represent a larger area. The Kimberley and District Child Care Society had set as its first goal the procuring of a group home for teen age boys, but so Far all its efforts in that direction have been frus- trated. At a meeting recently at Cranbrook, 14 Cranbrook peo- ple joined representatives of the Kimberley group and ac- cepted their offer to disband and form a larger group. Three ad hoc committees were formed, one to prepare a charter, one to set up guide- lines as to the philosophy of such an organization, and an- other to contact people hi other East Kootenay centres to see if they want to "join the group. Cranbrock people were con- tacted first, because there is a child care facility here that needs further government fi- nancing to become viable. As Kimberley president Dr. Ron Buddenhagen put it, Cran- brook and Kimberley have the most immediate interests, al- though the whole East Koote- nay would benefit from the fa- Meets Monday SPABWQOD gen- eral meeting of the Sparwood Activities Club will be held Monday, Feb. 7, at 8 The meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Frank Mc- Kenzie, row house No. 44, Spar- wood. Members are asked to attend this meeting. Newcomers are urged to join. BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Lethbridge Broadcasting Ltd. wants- to set up a radio sta- tion at Blairmore which would carry some of the programs of CJOC Lethbridge. The application is now being processed at Ottawa. RETURN HOME TURIN (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Adam Serfas of Turin re- turned recently from a holiday in western Germany where they visited relatives and friends. Mr. aud Mrs. Gentry Ohler. mark 50th wedding anniversary Snow rigs race at Stavely Heart represents ihe HEART ef oor for handicapped. research on bwns, crippled childrens hospitals. cardiac centre, senior citizens centres and assistance NEXT DRAW FEB 14 (Early Bonus Draw) Here's yaw chance to win a grand prize of g second prixe of a third prize of r fourth prize of or 70 prizes of 10Q each plus up to in prizes in each of more EARLY BONUS DRAWS. Final Draw May 24, 1972, farly Draws feb, 14 and April 7, 1972. CUP MAIL NOW! SHRINE-LION SWEEPSTAKES ASSOCIATION P.O. BOX 1030 CALGARY 2. ALBERTA ENCLOSED is my payable THE SHRINE-UON SWEEPSTAKES ASSOCIATION FOR S forward the fallowing No, of (check quantity) G 2 D s10-00 H Z tickets 520.00 LJ SPECIAL BONUS 12 tieMs By VIOLET CLANCY Herald News Service STAVELY More than spectators watched 137 snow- mobile races at the Stavely Fairgrounds recently. The meet was sponsored by the Stavely Elks Lodge. Drivers were members of North West Snowmobile Asso- ciation, Zone 4. Winners 300 A Robert Stock 300 B Murry Poffenroth. Stock 340 A Cliff Stock 340 B Darrell Brown. Stock 400 A Ted Krause. Stock 400 B Chris Costley. Stock -UO A Ken CorsiatTo. Stock 4-iO B Ted Krauss. Stock Junior Keith Duncan. Modified Modified 300 A Sek Saruwatarl. Modified 300 B Ron Modified 300 B Rens Visser. Modified 340 A Terry McCracker. Modified 340 B Marvin Leavitt. Modified -440 A Brad Miskulin. Modified 440 B Jerry Aldridge. Modified A Don Leavitt. Modified 650 B Kurt Hansen. Modified 800 Chss Modified powder puff Syivla Cannings. Stock powder puff Susan STAVELY (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Ohler of Stavely celebrated 'their 50th wedding anniversary recently. They were honored at a din- ner and open house with their family and friends in the Stavely Community Hall. Thev have five children Bert, Ray, Rodger, Mrs. Fred (Blanche) Hall of Stavely. Niel of Kamloops, B.C., and 15 grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Ohler were married at Parkland in 1922 by the late Rev. Howie. They farmed east of Stavely until retiring to town in 1945. For her safety and comfort HARDLITE Lenses Only half the weight on her pretty little nose. Shatterproof for maximum protection. warranty against eye injury. Protective lenses are Law in some countries advisable everywhere! Available in all prescriptions. Specializing in the fitting of Eyt Doctor's prescriptions Prescription Magnifiers Reasonablt Pricw OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO, 308-7th ST S LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-J609 How would you like to pay less income tax this year? WINTER CLOTHING AND SKI EQUIPMENT You can get a healthy tax deduction with a Registered Retirement Savings Plan. And put money aside for your retirement. Call Royal Trust and find out all the details. Registered Retirement Savings Plans Royal Trust 740 4th Ave South, Lethbridge, Alto. 328-5516 All Winter Clothing Skis Boots Poles Accessories WE NEED THE Our Spring and Summer lines which are arriving soon. Shop early and Sale starts Monday, Feb. 7th. Continues thru to Saturday Closing Feb. 19th DIETER GERNGROSS, Manager Phone 327-0553 ;