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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, February 18, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 MR. AND MRS. WALLACE DUDLEY TO CELEBRATE Golden Wedding Day Feb. 17 O for community-minded pair MAGRAT1I (HNS) and Mrs. Wallace Dudley of Ma. gralh will celebrate their Gol- den Wedding anniversary Feh 23 al the Magralh Cultural Hall. Friends are invited to an open house from 7 to 9 p.m. Children Mrs. L. B. Tanner, Magralh; Mrs. .Jack Bridge, Raymond; Dr. Dennis Dudley of Lethb ridge and Dr. Alan Dudley of Mdgralh are honor- ing their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley have re- sided in the Magrath district since their marriage in Lelh- bridge Feb. 1A, Both came from pioneer families, Mr. Dud- ley's father, the late Charles Heber Dudley, was the first man to buy land and settle in Magrath. (His grandson Dr. Alan Dudley now owns thai Bolh Mr. and Mrs. Dudley have been active in community and LDS Church organizations. In 1967 they retired from Uieir farm west of Magralh and moved into lovi-n. Mrs. Dudley helped get Ihc Arls And Crafts Cenlre for gralh and teaches adull and junior classes in art. She has an exhibit of i'ive paintings showing at the Bowman Art Cenlre in Lethbridgc. Magrath honors this couple Feb. 23. They take an active part in community affairs. Back mental health Donald Duncan coaches Icam to nine wins NEW DAYTON (UN'S) The New Dayton Recreation Assoc- ialion divided SM, realized from the community Christmas sign, between the Crippled Children's Fund and the Re- tarded Children's Association. Tlie Christmas treat commil- collected and filled 100 bags. About '15 students and adults are again Iwing bused lo Lelh- bridge for swimming instruc- tion. A recently formed young men's basketball team is strong" with nine wins and only two losses. Their coach is Donald Duncnn. The New Daylon Commimily Bonspiel is scheduled tor March 1" In March 18 al Ihn Warner Curling Rink. A work day at Ihr cemetery is planned for the early spring wilh Paul Woreland and How- ard Kaupp in charge By MARY TV.MBUKSKI Herald News COALDALE Tlie L e I h- bridge branch of Ihe Canadian Menial Ileallh Association re- cently reminded town council of the need for funds. The matter was referred to the Barons Eureka Healtli Unit. In his letter. Dennis O'Con- ncl of the fund raising com- mittee, urged the association be considered when Ihe current fiscal budget is prepared. Mr. O'Connell stated: "Wo are deeply concerned abcul ex- lending our education and com- munity services program throughout southern Alberta. And inasmuch as the United Appeal Fund of Lethbrldge re- stricts cur endeavors to expand programming outside Ihe cily, we are dependent on financial assistance from rural govern- ments such as yours in order In make programs in Ihe rural area a reality." A need was cited for addition- al programs for patients re- turning from menial hospitals in Alberta and those leaving the Lelhbridge Municipal Hos- pilal. II was stated: "Some work is being done but it is evident thai more can be done to assist in their rchabililalion." The association has been un- able lo provide Ihe kind ot edu- cational programs necessary due to a lack of funds. COALDALE The Barons- Eurcka Health Unit is sponsor- ing Ihe following infant and pre- school clinics: PICTURE UUTTE: Tuesday, Feb. 22. in Ihe Library Build- ing, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABEH: Tuesday. Feb. 22. in the Health Uml Office, in the Administration Building, from in a.m. to 12 noon and lo 1 p.m. VAL Wednes d a fy. Feb. 23. in Ihc Elementary School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and I to 3 p.m. NORLEFORD: Wednesday, Feh. 23, m Ibe School from lo 3.30 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Feb. 2-1, in Ihe Hcallh Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and lo 4 p.m. j TABER: Thursday. Feb. 24, I in Ihe Ileallh Unit Office in the j Administration Building, from j 10 a.m. to 12 noon and lo 4 p.m. BARONS: Friday. Feb. 2o, in Ihc School frcm to j p.m. Fluoride lableLs arc available at all clinics free of charge. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale. 345- 33811; and Tatar, 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure children are ful- ly protected against ccnlagious disease. School children need help from people they can trust 'Passlwords Five million tons mined NATAL (HNS) In 1971 Kai- ser Resources Limilecl produced Ions of coal. The figure shows a consider- able increase over that of 1370 when tons were pro- duced. The above figures are the combined totals for the Harmer Ridge operation and the under- ground mines and arc produc- tion figures only, not sales fig- ures. I Harmer produced Ions of coal last year a s compared with tons in 1970, while I'lis underground pro- duction declined lo Ions in 1071 as compared with 000 in 1970. However, these figures are overshadowed by those relat- ing to tons of rock which had to be moved to get at the coal. At Harmer in 1970, crews moved tons of rock, while in 1971 this tonnage in- creased to tons. At the by products plant, which uses coal from under- ground mines exclusively, pro- duction also dropped off. Coke turned out in 1970 totalled 000 tons, while in 1971 this fi- gure was tons. Breeze or fine coke produced amount- ed to tons in 1970 and tons in 1971. Steam coal, which comes from the Harmer pits, but is, along poke and breeze, processed at the Michel plant, amounted to tons in 1070 and 27IJ.OOO tons in 1971. Tar, that little known prod- uct of the by products plant, was produced in the amount of gallons in 1970 and 673.- 000 gallons in 1971. All coal fi- First aid gures are for mine coal only and not the cleaned and finished products. COLIOMAN (CNP Bureaul- Dr. Stanley Perkins of Ihe fa. cully of education, University of Lelhbridgc; Peler Palmer, school psychologist of the Leth- bridge public school system; and Mrs. Maurice Mitchell of Ihe Canadian Mental Health A.s- nociation, Lelhbridgc, were speakers at the Crowsnest Pass local ATA meeting. Menial health and its role in Ihc school was the lopic of the talks and the speakers stressed the import a n c c of menial health and the increasing con- cern for mental illness. If has been on Ihe upswing since 1945 in this country. i Approximately 12 per cent of children to the age of 19 have learning and emotional difficul- ties. It was stressed Ihere is an in- need for trained ele- menlary school counsellors to deal with Ihese problems. Counsellors, they indicated, should not be leac'licrs or ad- ministrators but whom the students can confide with and discuss individual problems freely. Such a counsellor would re- quire co operation and sup- port of both the schoal system and commimily. An interesting discussion was held. Lunch served by Ihc teachers of the Isabelle Sellon School completed the event. Roundup of fiTfl iff? GRANT HIGH RIVER A grant lo High Diver Aericullural Soeiely in Ihe aniounl of lowartl j conslniclion of an indoor arena I has been announced by Dr. 1 Kugh llorncr. provincial min- ister of agrieiillurc. Jobs for 14 TABER (HNS) Jobs for 14 pCLple currently unemployed are now being provided by a federal government incentive grant lo Taber School Division No. 6 in the amount nf SID.225. The grant, under the labor intensive program of the depart- ment of manpower, was an- nounced to beard chairman lle- ber I. Anderson by Kent Jcs- persen, special assistant to Ag. riculture Minister H. A. A total of 10 teacher aids will join I he 17 now employed in various schools for typing, stenographic, pupil supervision, teacher aid, clerical and other work under the supemsion of school principals A second project for which is available Mill keep four new employees engaged in in terior and exterior painting and upgrading at four schools Enchant. Vauxhall elementary, Kinnibunzh and Vauxhall. Now Feb. 26 TABER (HKS) Ooops! Sorry. No sooner announced than changed. Due to a bad snarl in com- munications, information pub- lished regarding Seoul-Guide Week in the Flallands District, Tabor, came out different than planned i 'There will IK no ucHvilics on Sr.tu.rday, Feb. 111. lii'-'ead, events iuKlrlly planned for lhal date have been moved to Ihc 2Glh. Dogcafclier j COALDALE (HNS) Simon Ovcres has been hired as Lhe local dogcalcher by the town council. A new dog pound is being completed. Mr. Ovcres will also urge residents lo purchase their dog licences for 1972. William Pickering was the former dogcatcher. Sign letters TABER (HNS) Taber school division's board of trus- lees will give no consideration to written but unsigned com- plaints. This decision was readied by the Ixiard when the last of a number of anonymous loiters was received. Lelters to Ihc board musl signatures it any action is lo he expected. EMO membership COALDALE (HNS) It will co.-L the town SO.25 per people lo belorg lo the regional Emergency Measures Organi- zation. The federal and provincial governments assume the re- maining portion of Ihe fee. This levy is for a regional co- ordinator on a part-time basis. Len Scheibner is Ihe town representative to EMO. Contacts Ryan COALDALE (HNS) Town council here is anxious thai youth in Lhe commimily will j avsil Ihemsolves of Ihe Oppor- tunity for Youth Program. The town office will contact Ed Ryan, guidance counsellor I at the Kale Andrews High School, to urge students to pur- sue possible projects which j could be undertaken and pro- vide summer employment. Honor roll RAYMOND (HNS) -A Ray- mond woman. Mrs Donald (Roslynn) Hcggic. has placed in the honor roll of the Tech- I nulogy College, Provo. Utah, LkUBl Mrs. Hcggie received her early education in Raymond schorl She is the of Mr. and Mrs. Hoss Nikson. Wants services COALDALE Peter Siebert requesled services lo a proposed mobile trailer site and sales lot which lie is in- leresled hi developing north- west of town. The mailer was referred for sludy lo the water and sewer department. Bake sale set COALDALE i JIN SI Kate Andrews Higli school sliiclcnis will hold a bake sale from 1 lo 5 p.m. Saturday. Fob. 19. in the College Mall, Lcthbridgc, i with proceeds going lo Hie Montreal travel exchange pro- gram. Ml PARKING CLARESHOLM Councillor Le Grandeur's molion [hat no parking or slopping be permil- i led belwecn Hie alley north of i 53rd Ave. and 55 in avenues west on 2nd St. W. between the hours of a.m. and 4 p.m. was earned. OFF EVERYTHING IN THE STORE HOCKEY EQUIPMENT AND PAINT SAIE ENDS SATURDAY, MARCH 4th IARSHALL-WELLS STORE MAIN STREET FORT MACLEOD training1 to resume NATAL, (HiNS) Firsl aid training is sclieduled lo resume hi the and Fernie areas and employees of Kaiser Resources Lim i I e d will be among Ihose trying for an in- dusLrial licket or renewing the ones already earned. Workmen's compensation board industrial first aid ses- sions will be held in Sparwood Elemenlary School with Butch Allibone as instructor. AI Fernie. Kaiser Resources Limited first aid man and vet- eran instructor Edgar Wilson will conduct classes in Ihc sec- ondary school. There are 22 lessons and in KRL employees are scheduled to lake instruclion. At Spanvood veteran instruc- tor BeiTiard Keeling held classes in St. John Ambulance firsl aid for KRL employees. About 11 were enrolled in tnese classes. Highway .'5 should soulli of lown Fty VKIIN IH'X'Ol'X C'roM'snesl Pass fiiii-raii COLEMAN Culeman coun- cil discussed the proposed rouic of High w a y 3 Ihrough tlio Crowsnest Pass and co-opera- tion of Colcman Collieries Lid. will be soughl by council in the prcpr.ralicn of a joini brief ro questing lhal. the prcpnscd high- way be relocated south ot town. Mayor John Rolvk attended n supper meeting remilly al Frank as a member of Ihe Sen- ior Cilizcns Me re- ported lo council on Ihe pro- posed complex. Council reviewed Ihe Crows- nesl Pass recreation board's proposed budget. The recrea- tion director's proposed salary i of per year plus a car I allowance of was probed. A final decision will he made al the next meeting. Council will seek Ihc assis- tance of Ihe Oklnian River Re- gional Planning Commission in numbering slrceU and avenues in lown. The projecl is being undertaken by Junior Forest Wardens. j The town renewed iLs rneni-, be.rsbip in the Alberta Urban! Municipalities Assoeialion. Approval was given lo Firo Chief Henry Zak lo enter the Oolcm.in Fire Brigade hose- coupling Icam in Ihe IHhbridgo compolilicnis Feb. Mayor llolyk reponed on the EMO convention. Dr. MacLeod gives his ideas School systems: Let's improve them IJj I'AIL ANDEKSEX Herald News Service CLARESHOLM Dr. Alan MacLeod, sup erin ten dent of the Willow Creek school division, in- terviewed on his retum from an education conference for perinlendcrts and department of education men, says the im- portance of evaluating whole school systems. Ihose in cities as as ihosc in rural areas, is evident. Superintendents "were told o[ a study being made into edu- cational financing in relation lo objectives. The dcp a r t m e n I wanUrl to find out how the of particular programs compared to results ohtained. Dr. MacLeod reports that in the W i 11 o w Creek school division, an evaluation was done this past year in the high schools at Fort Macleod and Clarcsliolm. It involved the de- partment of education's region- al office at Lethbridpe. The emphasis of the evalua- tion was not on indhidual teach- ers hut ra thcr on eacli school is meeting its education- al objectives. "We looked at sucli things as administrators and teacher re-1 Intionships and teacher stu- dent said Dr. Mac- Leod, "The reports were gen- erally favorable but there were some suggestions for improvc- menl." he added. "They will be doing one in Nanlon this coining spring." he reported. Asked if the division was us- ing any gui d a n c e council- lors this year, Dr. MacLeod re- ulied, ''We have been putting our emphasis on preventive ser- vices in the elementary areas in the division's schools. We have aL least one remedial reading specialist in each of the towns in the division. "With limited funds available the decision was made lo set priori lias. If the money and the qualified people were avail- able, we would actively consid- er more guidance services.'1 Some of lire administrators (principals) were providing personal and occupational coun- selling to students in their schools, he pointed out. Coll e g e s, universities and technical schools offered free counselling services to prospec- tive students without charge or obligation. "1 don't think enough people know of this be said. Dr. MacLeod said the "open bouse'1 programs of the univer- sities are a valuable source of information to high school siu- dents and parents. "When parents become fain- iliar with what is available at i the universities it may assist j them in parental guidance." Dr. MacLeod reported thai 1 for the first time student teachers arc now being mads available for schools in the Wil- low Creek division. The student teachers work with a co-operat- ing teacher in a classroom sit- uation and this helps to break down the "theory practice" gap. "It gives us here a chnnw to look at prospective teachers first, unlike in the past when only tire city schools could Took over the new crop of teachers. "It also provides feed back from the universities and brings out new ideas and a chance Lo see if the new theories work. "The students are from the University of Lethbridgc. We are more than pleased with this arrangement.." QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Copifol Furnilurs Bldg. IMPHONE 328-7684M Home of fine Brazier foodt February 18fh cmd 19th AT BOTH LOCATIONS 1152 Mayor Magralh Drive-Phone 327-6440 516 13lh SI. N. Phone 327-4855 BIG BURGER AND REGULAR MEtK SHAKE ONLY ;