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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta EACH GETS ITS SHARE Provincial government grants totalling were distributed recently by Buck Geldert, southern regional recreation director. Coal- dale. E. P. (Sonny) Miller, recreation board chairman, presents to Bob Skiba, president of the Coaldalo Curling Club. Looking on are Chris Seierson, McNally recreation group; William Martens, Coaldale town coun- cillor; and Francis Wright, far righl, McNally representa- tive on the recreation board, Coaldale received for Ihe Sportplex swimming pool. McNally received for play areas and tennis courts. The Indian Hill Region- al Pnrk got and the Coaldole Kinsmen Club will improve its rodeo grounds' with received. Tymburski Pholo Tueidoy, February S3, 1972 _ THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Cardston accept al CARDSTON (HNS) The architect met with Hie trustees of the Cardslon School Divisional Board. He failed In have any estimates from the ]ow bidders of oosls for widening the gymnasium to 74 feet. Instead, he presented liis own estimates for widening tr lernate pi gymnasium by 15 ft. 6 in., or by 31 feet. The board discount ed these estimates as being vastly underestimated. They fi nally accepted the architect's alternate proposal to provide for a 70-foot wide playing space without increasing the overal contractors' bids for the roposal ing. II now remains to be seen whether the architect communicates with the contractor to build as the board expects. Bids were submitted in three categories general, mechanical and electrical. The lowest bidder in each o! these categories was: Glen Ldllle Construction, Rilt-Way Mechanical and Lethbridge Electric, respectively all of Lethbridge. The total low bid is for This does not include architects' fees, cost of renovating and connecting up with the old building, some outside paving, nor equipment to go Into tlie new building. It is expected that construction will start early in the spring. Some new policies were established concerning the operation of school buses. The drivers must contact the principals concerned before picking up the students from the schools when there is a threat of blocked roada during the school day. A new policy for bus charges for field taps and for extra-curricular activities was adopted. Division buses will not go into adjacent divisions or counties to pick up students coming lo divisional schools. The student must provide his own moans of getting to the division boundaries. William Nelson. Cardslon Se-njor Band instructor, has submitted his resignation, which .'icc'eplcd hy Hip. hoard to (HI cHcelivc immediately. A replacement for Mr. Nelson is a remote jiosEibilily for this semester. Plans lo apply for 3 pay-phone to bo installed in the foyer of Uio high school e been cancelled until there s more dfrnand than now exists perhaps after the new addition is completed. Three office phones already serve this area during flic daytime. The educational committee met v.ilh a committee o[ the Local of the ATA and has discussed a variety of complaints. Some of these have been set-Hed; others will have to go to tlie Provincial Grievance Committee to he resolved. Agreeable to the majority of the teachers in the Division, schools will stay in session the four days following Easter Monday, April 3, and will close for summer holidays June 20 for students, and June 22 for eachers except the candidates for departmental examinations and presiding examiners who will .return the last, week of A new attendance policy is in the process o[ being established. A committee will meet with a committee from the town of Cardslon (o negotiate an agreement (or sharing the recrea-ional facilities possessed hy both rOTtics. A special meeting of Ihe board will bo licld later in the month lo complclc the business on the. agenda, mid lo meet, with Ihe. Blood Band Council and from the Department of Indian 36 work starts 'right away' TABER fHNS) Highways Minister Clarence Copithorne announced at a recenl; meeting of the Taber-Wamer Progressive Conservative Association that improvements lo Highway 36 from Taber to Warner are to be "started right away.'1 Mr. Copithorne said tlie rebuilding of the road is to be completed. After regrading, a new, hard and durable type ol oil coating will be applied. This surface has many of the properties of conventional asphalt surfacing. Tlie work is expected to be completed this year. Corn gr parley I TABEtl (1BVS) Taber's Community Centre Tvill house the Alberta Field Corn Growers convention Tuesday, Feb. 29. Sponsors are the U. 29 Corn Committee, the com growers association, and the Alberta department of agriculture. Regional plant Industry supervisor for the department, Ralph M. Trimmer of Leth-bridge, will be chairman for UK morning session, with opening remarks by Mr. Trimmer and Walter Cleland, association president, Bow Island, Speakers will be Dr. Stan Frevman, CDA crop physiolo-gisl, on cultural practices and varieties; Marbin M. Gaits, re gibnal farm economist, on economics of conj production, ant Dr. Dave M. Bowden, CDA nutritionist, on feeding value ol corn silage all from Lcti-hridgc. Following hnicH available al Ihe rontre, district agricultur-st, Murray F. Wilde, Talicr, unll be chairman for the afternoon, Potential corn markets tor (eed markets in the Fraser Val-ly will be discussed by a representative o[ B.C. Feed Manufacturers Association. Potential corn market for distilling will be considered by Ken Gau-czar of Calvert of Canada, Gimli, Manitoba, and at p.m. the annual meeting of tlie association is to be held. The evening banquet speaker will be Harry J. Hargravc, Alberta marketing commissioner for the department of agriculture, and dancing will conclude the evening. For the women, a program held in the agricultural board room, administration building, will see Mrs, Lorraine Birch of Taber discussing gourmet cooking, and at 1 p.m. Mrs. Yvonne Kennedy, Medicine Hat home economist, mil teach them how to understand themselves and learn lo communicate with uses tapes, films STDILTNG (HNS) As the Stirling school is a member of the Taber, Warner, Forty-Mite Film Library, 16mm.-color-pro-jector films and video-tape on i any needed subjects are received nearly every week, thus enriching class material for all grade levels. With the purchase of the video-tape recorder this winter, the school not only uses this library, but also prepares tapes of its own such as filming, with sound, such school activities as ground hockey, basketball, dancing and dramatics which enables them to analyze voice, expression and movements. Whole classrooms can now easily view minute objects greatly enlarged. Mrs. Baldeo shows film on Africa COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. Albert Balrieo showed a film on Africa at the recent meeting o! tlie United Church Women, Eva Greer Group here. II was ptiLJilccl oul Ific United Church of Canada is assisting this continent of square mjles wild) a population of 300 million people. They speak different languages. Mrs. Alex Brown gave Hie devotional on spiritual growth. The members will cater to the anniversary bandquet of the local Pythian Sislers on March 14 at p.m The group will also serve at tlie coffee hour following the church service B p.m. Monday March 6 in the Coaldale United Church when Itcv. George Kin-leyslde will speak. Jtev. Kmlcysids is in charge of the United Church of Canada mission outreach Thomas Crosby boat which travels along the remote areas of the B.C. coasl. The boat brings tlie gospel to these people as well as relief find other set for Raymond RAYMOND (irNKI Tim annual meeting of the Town of Raymond for the purpose of presenting a full financial statement lo ratepayers has been sel for March 27 at 8 p.m. in the Town Hall. Tlie financial report will be presented hy secretary-treasurer W. L. Jones. Mayor Robert Graham will present the mayor's report and each committee chairman for tlie town will make o progress report of his department. L. D. Watson is the town auditor. STRIKE LOSS Strikes cost British industry 13.5-milliou man days in 1971. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernun Decoui, Resident Rep., Blairmora Phons concert in Milk Ilivcr MfLK RlVICn MINS) The Rivers High School con- 1 rrrt band and women's chorus will present a pops concert in the school auditorium Wednesday night at eight o'clock. The chorus and band will bo directed by Charles Hendrick-son. COUNTR These Jheletiibw Correspondents MAGRATH MRS. 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