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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 'HE mHBRIUGE ItERAlD Recreation ideas probed Goldade elected TROTTERS WIN T-ottr f dale Mcs a A d F out 10 t o i c, F at il e G or o L 1J L c T c oto c o Ma it cd -r id coach D' RED DEER COLL Invifes You To Attend KIl 8-9, EGE The l> It XOBLEKUltD i Special i UK' Nobleford Savings and. 11 Kill I'nion held its animal j iiKvling in Hie U-gion Hall re cinrl.1. The meeting was preceded by; n entered by the U'- gion Ladies Auxiliary. A dividend of six per i-ent paid on share aeeounls and iu'o per cent UHT paid as a rebate on the interest received j from loans. A vote of thanks was ex- leiuleil retiring members. Eluded to tlv; pust of P''es'-1 deili. was Paul M. GoHlade. CimtiniMiig in tin1 position of treasnror u Mrs- Marion Moulton. I uuis Siray and Karl Lang i ue elected to the board of di-: t lors. II ix Pharis was elected to till Ilie vacancy on vhe supervis-' orv board. Mrs Gladys Ronney will con- tinue as overall stiuervisor. 'Hie credit committee will he appointed by the board of direc- ts s at its' first meeting. All po tions are for H term. Bridal shower I UKEMOST i Special A n iieellaneous bridal shower ill he held at it p.m. Monday. 1 eb. 7. for .loanne llasz.ard. j bride-elect of Const. Dave Coll- i at Foremast Community' Hal! Ml are 10 at- tend. Policy handbook KOHEMOST 'Special' County of 40-Mile educationists recently received copies of their new policy handbook. Tile new handbook is H means of communication tw- Uveen the school board and the teaching personnel of the coun- ty. 'The handbook is set up in such a way that it is under con- stant revision. Superintendent n! schools Clifford Idle considers (he handbook is in line with the philosophy Iliat the best pos- sible commiinioat io n Ixitween the school board and its em- ployees is essential for Ilie smooth oin'raiion ol the school system. Seeks dentists Sl'AKWOUU illNSj Com- munity development officer Dick Clark lias announced a dentist will he in UK: Sparwood and Elkford areas (IlirinS Oc- tdher, Novemk-r and Decem- ber. He will spend six weeks at Sparwood and two weeks at lilkford. 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 boll FICHXlte The executive of the East Kootenay Recreation i Association is working toward making Uio association an "ac- lion" group and has taken first j steps on several projects for this year- There is a need for trained leaders to assist small com- i munities without staff in ofl'er- ing a slimmer program and planning a winter schedule of activities. The EKHA execiil'ne feels a TAEEK Members of the Tabcr Pioneer Club will hold their second Annual Ball Fri- day. Feb. 11. in the Taber Community Centre. The dance is to gel under way al p.m. Those attending are encour- aged to wear old-time cos- tumes. Handlcy'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 ill the area more than 30 years. Anyone who qualifies fur membership in the club and still is not a member may pur- chase a membership as well as lickels al the door. Dog tags due COALDALE I HNS' The dog licences are now due. i dog is permitted to run at large within the town. Elmer coming SPAKWOOD iHNSi At a meeting of the Sparwood Coin- ir.unity Development Associa- tion plans were made lo intro- duce Elmer (he Elephant. It is a safety program for elemen- tary schools al Sparwood and Elkford. On hand for the meeting were principals of the schools and Cpl. Harvey Woof of the Sparwood HCilP detachment. Bicycle safety and baby- sitter programs will be intro- duced. During .lunc the committee plans to hold a health week and focus on aspects of health in 1 the area. minimum of eight such leaders are newled in the East Koo- tonays. 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 to" sessions on offering a recreation program using vol- unteers. The need for an outdoor edu- cation centre in the East Kuo- tenays is becoming more and more apparent. An outdoor education centre would, ideally, be isolated, lo- cated on or near a lake, and able to accommodate about ul) people in residence. The EKRA is aware of Ihe need for such a centre and the executive re- cently appointed a committee to conduct, a thorough feasibil- ity sludy on the need for and use of an outdoor education centre. Group home for hoys is iioal in Kooteuay area Radio hid under sludv KIMBEIILEY An organiza- tion formed nearly two years ago in Kimherlcy 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 Socicly had set as I ils first goal the procuring of a group home for teen age I boys, but so far all ils efforts in i that direction have been frus- trated. At a m e e 1 i n g recently at I Cranbrook. H Cranbrook pco- i pie 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 charier. tins to set up guide- lines as to the philosophy of such an organization, and an- olher lo contact people in other Kast Kootenay cenlres to see if they want lo join the group. Cranbruck people were con- tacted first, because there is a child care facility here that needs further government fi- nancing lo become viable. As Kimberley president Dr. Ron Uuddeiihagen put it, Cran- brook and Kimberley have the most im mediate interests, al- though the whole East Kootc- nay would benefit from the fa- cilities." Meets Monday SPA.RWOOD gen- eral meeting of the Sparwood Activities Club will be held Monday. Feb. 7, at S p.m. The meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Frank Me- I Keiizie, row house No. 44. Spar- wood. 1 Members arc asked to attend j this meeting. Newcomers are 1 urged to join. BLA1HMORE (CNP Bureau) Lethbridge Broadcasting Ltd. wants to set up a radio sta- tion at Blah-more which would carry some of the programs of C.IOC Lethbridge. The application is now being processed at Ottawa. RETURN HOME TURIN (HNS I Mr. ami Mrs. Adam Serfas of Turin re- turned recently from a holiday in western Germany where they v i s i t e :l relatives and friends. and Mrs. (ieiilry Ohler mark 50lh. Mcddiug anniversary i STAVELY iHNSi Mr. and Bert, Ray, Rodger. Mrs. Fred i Mrs. Gentiy Ohler of Slavery J I Blanche i Hall of .Slavery. Kiel celebrated their 50th wedding J of Kamloops, B.C., and 15 anniversary recently. j grandchildren. They we're honored at a din- j Mr. and Mr.-. Ohler were nor a'nd open house with their married al Parkland in 1922 by familv and friends in the the late Rev. Howie. 5TIGA1E 'PORT UN Stavely Community Hall. They farmed east of Stavely Snow riji.s rare al Slavcly orf eur cause turn for bumf, crippled chiMrens hafpitals. rdiac centra, seniorcititcns centres and assistunci for the Mind. NEXT DRAW FEB14 {Early Bonus Draw) CUP MAIL NOW! SHRINE-UON Hy VIOLliT CLANCY Herald News Service STAVELY More than 1.WO j spectators watched tt" snow- j mobile races at iiie Stave ly i I Fairgrounds recently. The meet was sponsored by j the Stavely Elks Lodge. Drivers were rnembtr? of i North Vest Snowmobile Asso- j ciation. Zone 4. 300 A Robert Vr 300 R .'.'itr Chri Costlcy. children. until retiring to town in 1945, For her safety and comf HARDLJTE 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. >lP> Specializing in the fitting of Doctor's prescriptions 1 JXSi Prescription Sunglosiel Chiltiren'i Framel Magnifies Repair! Reasonable OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. ST. S. stock A Ke Stock -f-iO B fed Krauso. Stock Junior Keith Duncan. Modified Junior-Philip Modified 300 A Snk Snruwfltad, Modified 3CO B Ron Vmer. 3Cfl B Kens Visser. 3-'.9 A Terry McCraci-cr. Modified B Marvin LeaviU. A.'odified J-iO A Brad How would you like to pay less income tax this year? You can get a healthy tax decluetion with a Registered Retirement Savings Plan. And put money aside for your retirement. Call Royal Trust and find out all the details. "Registered Retirement Sjivinfts Plans. Royal Trust 740 4th Ave South, Lethbridge, Alia. 328-5516 WINTE CLOTH! AND SK! EQUIPMENT I Winter Clothing Skis Poles Accessories WE NEED THE Our Spring and Summer !ines which are arriving soon. Shop early and Sale starts Monday, Feb. Continues thru to Saturday Closing Feb. 19th DIETER GERNGROSS, Manager College Shopping Mall Phone 327-0553 ;