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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Q ~ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Tuesday, February 27, 1973 TABER ~ A regional drama vorkshop will be held here at I he W. R. Meyers High School, Saturday, March 17. Sponsor of (lie workshop is the drama division, Alberta department of culture, youth and recreation. The instructor for this work- shop in make-up will bs Jenny Diment of CBC. Edmonton. Mrs. Diment is well known for her work with professional, operatic and drama productions and television. She has also taught at the annual provincial drama schools at Drumheller, Bill Heninger, a recent addition to Beny's qualified sales staff is anxious to we come you with the 'Red Carpet Treatment'. Ask him about the special savings now in effect on nearly-new 1973 demonstrator models. He suggests that you - Deal with Beny - you'll Beny-fit. ASK ABOUT THE 50,000 MILE NEW CAR POWERTRAIN LUBRICATION GUARANTEE. LIFETIME OK WARRANTY ON OUR QUALITY USED CARS AND TRUCKS CHEVROLET 0LDSM0B9LE PHONE 328-1101  OK SUPERMARKET LOT  MAIN GARAGE and SHOWROOM rc Registration begins at 3:30 a.m. and the morning session will be from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. The afternoon session will begin at 1 p.m. and will close at 4 p.m. Deadline for registration with the drama division is March 9 Registration fee is $2. Lunch will ba available at tire school for a nominal fee. Local contact is Frances G. Wilson \V. R. Myers High School, Tabor. rivers tvill learn how to avoid 'the other guy' Annual meetings PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Pincher Creek school division will hold two annual meeting to serve all subdivisions. The first will be held at the Livingstone School, Lundbreck, Saturday, March 10, at 2 p.m. The second will be held at the Canyon School auditorium, Pincher Creek, Monday, March 12, at 8 p.m. PINCHER CREEK (Special) Defensive driving lessons will be offered in March. The course will be held in the MD Building. It will be given in four sessions running from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. on the evenings of March 19, 21, 26 and 28. Cost is $8 per person. Drivers completing the four sessions automatically receive a reduction of two points from their demerit record, (if any), in the Alberta department. Further reduction of even more points has recently come into effect in special cases. This course is for persons who already know how to drive. It is not a drivers training course in preparation for a licence but helps already experienced drivers to drive defensively. It equips them to avoid accidents, even when "the other guy is at fault." It is sponsored in Canada through the Canada Safety Council and made available through Preventive Social Services in co-operation with the Alberta Safety Council. Phone 627-3925 to register. SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL lots of mending to do? A wedding soon? A yen to be creative? Rent and Sew with a gorgeous KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simpsons-Sears. Telephone 328-9231 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete Details New Horizons PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Pincher Creek and Dis-trct Historical Society's New Horizons group is collecting material for a book on the history of oldtimers in this area. Anyone who arrived in this district before 1910, or descendants, who have not been contacted, may phone or contact Mrs. Ila White. Phone, 627-4379, for an outline of what should be included in these histories. ave received ffyc Unemployment Insurance benefits in1972, you need aT4U slip for your income tax declaration. If you haven't received yours yet, please contact your nearest Unemployment Insurance Office, Canada Manpower Centre or Canada Post Office: fill out and mail a special card and you'll receive a duplicate of the T4U slip or an itemized statement. When you receive your T4U slip, remember to attach it to your 1972 federal income tax return. � Unemployment Insurance Assurance-chomage � T Canada Canada Park Lake REA meets Wednesday COALHURST (HNS) - The Park Lake Rural Electric Association will hold its 2-Uh annual meeting Wednesday, Feb. 28, at 1 p.m. in the Monarch School. Some officials from the Calgary Power Company will attend. The association is a branch of the Calgary Power Company. On the agenda are the minutes of the last year's meeting and elections for the post for two directors. Approximately $8,000 was spent on improvements to the system. The Park Lake REA was started in 1919 and service is of profit to the farmers. They are billed every three months for electrical services. University of Lethbridge programs to be outlined Count Luildings COALDALE (HNS) - A physical inventory on all buildings and equipment owned by the town will be conducted by a local insurance official, town officials and a member of town council. In a new bylaw each lot would have a legal survey done prior to any construction, the cost to be paid by the developer or owner. The town will continue to have its building inspector check whether the foundation forms are in correct position on the lot to meet the regulations. PINCHER CREEK (Special) -- Local students will consider their educational future Feb. 28 when resource teams from the University of Lethbridge acquaint senior students with programs and educational opportunities offered at the university. The team will visit Pincher Creek's St. Michael's Roman Catholic High School at 10:15 a.m. Feb. 28 and Matthew Hal-ton High School at 12 noon. Brochures will also be available. The team will extend an invitation to students and parents to attend Aperture '73 at the U of L open house March 9 and 10. REA directors named by Coaldale shareholders Promotes church Dr. Heber G. Wolsey, formerly of Cardston, is the new director of electronic media, promotions and research for the LDS Church. He will prepare television and radio documentaries, public service announcement and write for magazines and trade journals. He is a son of the late Luther J. and Mary Spence Wolsey. He graduated from Cardston .High School and married Fay Parrish in the Cardston temple in 1944. They are parents of nine children. - COALDALE (HNS) -Three directors were named at the recent annual meeting of the C o a ldsle Rural Electrification Association. Alton Knapp was re-elected. Named were Bob Sldba and Gerald Virginillo. They will serve three-year terms. There are nine directors. John Gossen is secretary-treasurer. Chairman at the meeting was Alton Knapp. The Coaldale REA is a subsidiary of Calgary Power Limited. Mr. Warner, supervisor of the co-operative branch for the province, reported on the de- �iiiniinnniiH posit account of the Coaldale REA. The purpose of this account is for maintenance and improvement of equipment. It was noted that no refunds on the deposits account would be made tins year. Before a return can be realized a substantial amount must have accumulated. John Butler, with the Farm Electric Service, Calgary, explained the new cost formula being introduced. There are about 335 shareholders in the association. A total of 15 were present at the meeting. Picture Butte taxpayers probe town paving costs PICTURE BUTTE (Special) -The Picture Butte Taxpayers Association discussed recent notices of paving work to be done on Picture Butte streets and a greater understanding was obtained of the reasons for high estimated costs involved. Citizens questioned the town's decision to use a "hot mix" con- crete finish on streets concerned, without first obtaining com-p a r i s o n quotations between "hot" and "cold mix" costs. A letter was sent to town council requesting that comparison quotations be obtained when calling for tenders. Costs may be clarified at the ratepayers' meeting scheduled by council for March 28. Put a spmo in your STEP IN THE LATEST HI-STYLE SHOE FASHIONS FOR MEN and WOMEN SEE THEM TODAY AT MRRflNJO WORLD OF SHOES 317A 6th STREET SOUTH Open Thuriday Till 9 p.m. Impossible! YOU say? We agree! That's why the method of computing workmen's compensation has been changed from a 7-DAY WEEK basis to the ACTUAL WORK WEEK of each daimant. As of January 1,1973, compensation is being paid on the basis of actual days off-the-job for injured workmen. Claims established prior to January 1, 1973, and computed under the 7-DAY WEEK method, will not be affected until the claimants concerned have returned to work or compensation' has been discontinued. In cases where workmen do not have an established' regular pattern of employment, compensation will be computed and paid on the 7-DAY WEEK method. %>tc IN BOTH METHODS THE RATE OF COM-$ PENSATION IS BASED ON THE AVERAGE EARNINGS OF THE WORKMAN CONCERNED. THE ^J^k Wbrkmen's Compensation Board PENSION AWARDS OR PAYMENTS ARE NOT AFFECTED BY THIS CHANGE. ALBERTA ;