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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueiday, February 13, 1973 - THE '.ETHBRIDOt HERALD - J WOMEN OF THE DISTRICT Miss Johnson enlarges arts view PINCHER CREEK (Special) - Miss Laurel Johnson will hold her second self-determined 4-H project April 25 and 26 in the Community Hall, Last year she held an art exhibit which proved very successful. This year she is enlarging it to a two-day show. It will cover aspects of arts and crafts by people from Pincher Creek and district. Photography, resin, lapidary and paintings are needed for the show. Last year's paintings, done by oldtimers in earlier years, were displayed and enjoyed by all. Work done by residents of the Peigan Indian 'Reserve will' be welcome. Miss Johnson in going further into photography this year will have a showing of slides. Anyone wishing to enter, exhibits or desiring more information may contact Miss Johnson at 627-2436 or by writing Box 1359, Pincher Creek. Eight win jobs NATAL (HNS) - Kaiser Resources Ltd. recently hired eight graduates of the B.C. School of Mining at Red Mountain, Rossland. "Martin Edgington, Rodney Audia, Leonard Vaness, Richard Young, Tom Sim, Don Moroz, Guy Winstanley and Gary Weippert completed the course at Red Mountain on use of heavy equipment in open pit mining. KRL employment supervisor Norm Crossfield and training instructor Ed Plessis visited the school on a recruiting trip in January. car Rude pinned in his for harrowing 8 hours HANNA - Wayne Rude, a resident of the Sedalia district, escaped serious injury, although experiencing a harrowing seven to eight hours pinned in a car which left the road north of Sed'alia recently. The vehicle left the road and went through a fence, coming to rest upside down in a field. The driver was pinned in the car for a period of between seven and eight hours before a passerby, noticed the-vehicle and came to his rescue. Further assistance was re- Dr. Balfour reviews human heart COALDJVLE (HNS) - Dr. G. S. Balfour of Lethbridge spoke on the heart at a recent meeting of the Coaldale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary. Dr. Balfour outlined conditions such as blood pressure coronary and rheumatic fever. Dr. Balfour is provincial campaign chairman for the Alberta Heart Foundation. It conducts its annual canvass for funds in February. Mrs. Gerd Voelske displayed the baby layettes which she had completed for the auxiliary. They will be put in the hospital showcase and will be available for interested people to purchase. Housecoats for hospital patients, made by members of the auxiliary, have also been completed. quired from a neighboring farmer before the unfortunate man could be extricated. He was immediately taken to hospital in Consort. At the present time is still confined where he is receiving treatment for chill, shock, lacerations to his arm and body and severe bruises. Temperatures on the evening of the mishap were above zero. If something's wrong, prepare to hear about it-iii writing FOREMOST (Special)-Three new policies came into effect following the recent meeting of the County of 40-Mile school committee. The first deals with supervision and administration, affecting principals and vice-principals. A certain amount of time is allocated for administration and supervision of instruction. This time will, be shared among the OK NEW ROOF NATAL (HNS) - The FernSe school board, long - plagued with the leaky roof on the Elk-fcrd School, "took the bull by the horns" at its last budget meeting and approved $10,000 for replacement of the roof. Golden anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John Bajnoczi of Blairmore celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary recently at a family dinner at the Turtle Mountain Hotel. An open house was held. Mr. and Mrs. Bajnoczi received congratulations from Prime Minister Trudeau and Premier Peter Lougheed. They were married in Hungary on> Jan. 28, 1923, and two years later they migrated to Canada. Mr. Bajnoczi, 71, worked in the West Canadian Collieries Greenhill mine for years and then worked in the Michel Mines before retiring in 1963. Mrs. Bajnoczi, 66, devotes her time to gardening in season. Both she and her husband are members of St. Anne's Catholic Church and of the Slovak Society. They have itwo sons George of Lethbridge and John in' Calgary and five grandchildren. CAPITOL FURNITURE'S A 2 WEEK TRADING BONANZA ESPECIALLY FOR YOU! YOUR TRADE-IN IS NOW WORTH BIG MONEY AT CAPITOL Come in and see Leo Dow of CHEC Radio broadcasting live (Wed. to Fri. 10 to 12 noon - 1 to 3 p.m.) Our stock of second hand furniture is really low and we need your used  APPLIANCES  TV SETS  STEREOS  CHESTERFIELD SUITES  BEDROOM SUITES  KITCHEN SUITES  MATTRESSES  BOX SPRINGS  CARPETS Bring your trade in and deal with us ... during our big 2 - week trading bonanza! i -ml Generous Trade-In Allowances It pays to deal with the friendly folks at Capitoll Convenient Terms Available! IJl^^a Available! ^� Open Till 9 p.m.  Thursday and Friday Nights! 326 5th Street S. Phone 327-8578 administrators with vice-principals having about half the allocation of the principal. The principal is the instructional leader of the school and one of his mam functions is the supervision of instruction, including both observation within the classroom and informal discussion with the teachers at other times. The principal's supervisory activities are aimed at improving the learning situation. Although a principal is not a specialist in every area taught within the school, he is qualified to observe and make suggestions on such things as planning, student-teacher rapport, use of instructional aids and discipline. For the protection of. both teacher and school board, observations will be made in writing, and signed by both parties, copies being kept confidential to the teacher and school. Beginning teachers and those new to the system might anticipate a minimum of three such summaries, by October, February and April. Hopefully the reports will constitute a summary of observations and suggestions after making several visits with the teacher both in teaching and non-teaching situations. The second policy' deals with the use of school facilities. The school committee is dedicated to the premise that school buildings should be used for educational,' recreational and cultural improvement at little or no charge, except for the payment of janitorial service. It does not wish to be in a conflict with any other local facilities such as community centres. The final policy confirmed the operative dates for the balance of the 1972-73 school year, which are unchanged from those previously announced. The Easter vacation will be from April 20 to 29 inclusive. The last day for students will be June 28 and for teachers June 29. Dr. Boyle named by co-op TABER (HNS) - Provisional officers of the newly-incorporated T a b e r Development Co-operative Association Ltd. were named, at a recent directors' meeting to hold office until a. general membership meeting is held two months from now. Board chairman is Dr. N. Stuart Boyle; vice-chairman is Roy How; and treasurer is Russell Bradley. Other directors are Peter .Campbell, Eric G. Leigh, Gordon S. Saunders and Norman A. Long. Provisional secretai-y to the board is Roscoe F. Gibb. The board will conduct an intensive membership campaign for the co-op which is set up to finance facilities to attract local industry. Members must hold one common share of $50 par value and may subscribe preference shares at $100 par value to provide a local financial base. Under the Alberta Opportunity Fund, the co-op may borrow from the fund up to $4 for each dollar of local capital to finance acceptable projects. No decision has been made on an initial project, though a number, have been suggested. The TDC .was set .up through co-operation of the chamber of commerce and the ' industrial development rornirnittee. Annual meeting TABER (HNS) - Members of the Raymond Sugar Makers Credit Union will hold the annual membership meeting at Ericksen's Family Restaurant, Lethbridge, at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 28. More district on page 6 Trick candles Mrs. Sylvia McKay and Art Goade, officers of th� Picture Butte and District Happy Oldtimers Club, try to blow out trick candles during a party at the opening of the club's new drop-in centre at the old United Church at Picture Butte. A total of 252 people attended. -S. P. Johnson Photo I TSie Lrthbritigc Herald | Correspondent in Your Area | MONARCH | MRS. JACOB DEKKER................... 327-9541 1 MOUNTAIN VIEW | MRS. MAXINE HANSON................. 653-2377 1 NANTON 1 MRS. MARY BENSON .................. 486-2322 NATAl, B.C. MR. PAUL CHALA 425-6648 I NEW DAYTON I MRS. ELTON DUEli. .................... 733-2110 | MRS. STEWART SKEITH . . ............... 733-2104 | NOBLEFORD | MRS. GORDON LUCHIA ................ 824-3346 I Contact these people for your District Ntwt i or Classified Advertising IflllBIlMIHIUIB It's easier than it looks Take a close look at your new tax form and you'll see, It's easier than ic looks. Sure it looks complicated... there are nine schedules. But most of them won't apply to you. For more help, visit or simply call your District Taxation Office. If it's long distance, dial the operator and ask for ZENITH 04000 (It's free). y National Revenu gjH? Revenue, national "i Taxation Irnpdt ^ fl'-TTUr- a r v 1 fWKt w �* Si V ,.,.f#S........, sua "ft I ;