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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Rossland Miner acquired by Today CRANBROOK (Speciall Today Publications president BUI Taylor of Kimbsrley has announced ad- dition of the 78-year-old Rossland Miner to expand its operations into West Kootenay. Editor Bruce Ramsay, native of Nakusp and for many years the Province editorial staff, and also B.C. historian, will continue this office with the re- named Kootenay Miner. The three East Kootenay publications are the Daily Bulletin, Kimberley, which was keystone of Today Publications and formerly edited by May Slade whose employ Mr. Taylor joined; :hc Daily Towns- man. Cranbrook. and the weekly Cranbrook Courier. Mr. Taylor came to Kimberley from Nelson to join the Bulletin and play senior WIHL, hockey a decade ago. Julius Moltzahn heads game club FORT MACLEOD (Speciall The recently-elected board of, directors for the Fort Macleod Fish snd Game AifociaKoa has named Julius Molizahn. pres- idej-t: Joe Tamest, first lice- president: Floyd second vice-president: Peter McTsvish, secretary; and Xonca treasurer. Committees are Dorothy Wbarton, member ship: Leo Bo-.raKa, bir game: NosI D> Harry C-ar- Jr.. junior cousen'adon: Bert Kingston, publicity and newsletter; Boyd upland birds-; Pat tropby: Jack fish: Terry Huzil. Icsal Keith Orr, farm- er-huEter; Bill Havmga. park project: .Anrald Moranz. pistol ar.-d rifle. Tenus VaaTol. fund- raising: and Eltner Driver, ac- and grazing. Membership fees were raised for adults and S2 for ju- Red Cross aided by Raymond men RAYMOND (HXSi Chair- man Richard Brown and 10 exp- lains ia Lhe 1P72 Raymond and District Red Cross drive for funds have turned in M.OOG to Lse national The from r.synor.-d and put the csmpaipi over the ;op. Ten captain? who organized ihe the assistance of ether public minded dtizecs are: Betty Evans. Myrtle WI1- sor.. Kay Brbsvac. Jeannine Jensen. Wirjiona Tor.estrup. Jo- a-na ZoBell. Mary Schneider. Haze] Paxr-an. Ah'ce Low and Dare! Skating schedule announced COALDALE CHNSl Tr.e 1973 schedule for the Coaida'e ice rink wns recency a-L-7oimced. >'ondEys. Tuesdays. Wed- rcsdays and there is public skating from 4 ;o p.m. Pee Wee- horsey is played or. these days from e.50 to r.rr.. Friday's there is public skating fron-. 4 ;o 5.50 p.IT.. and Bantarr. hocke> 10 ?lr.. fehirdaj-s from 9 a.m. 10 p.n-.. the nnk is held for mi- ror hockey practices and games. From 2 lo 4 p.m. every Ssl- urday boys plav broomball and from o to p m. i: is urorganiTed from e.SO to S p.n-. skai-ig. ar.d f.-om S to orrarjzed hociey aU for Sat- urdays Sundays from 1 ;o 3 p n-.., s-anng: to p.m. midget hpckey: t: R r-.m. skating: and from S ;o P rn unorganized hocsey. Tnere must oe ro cuba'c skating on the ctirirg periods and altolute- ly no hockey p'avers, sticks or pucks are allowed en the ice curing public skating. New elevator j CLARESHOLM A large graLn elevator with a capacity o: iw.coo bushels is being buijt :n Ciaresholm by Alberta Wheat Pool. It is hoped to have the ele- j vator compleied by Feb. 1. j Tne crew of 25 men was all b-oueht m. with the exception j of two. Foremen complain the mobility o: securing local men for the job. Lights viewed I COALDALE (HNS' The! I reeer: serJcr citizen's annual I Chris-jnas light tour and party-, i I sronsored by the Lethbridse i Ccun'.y K souLhem regional board, was enjo.ved by :ti old-timers Ln Lhe area. .After 'he tour of lights. Lhe Lethbridge Northern bus returned its passengers to the Coaldale Mennorute Confer- ence Church. Lunch was served I 1 by the Sunbeam Sewine Circle, j 1 Rev. Peter Retzlafi and John j 1 Gossan assisted. Gifts were pre- j EKV.ed from the to all, the sirJor attending, j Jolly Janes j W.ARNER Jolly i Janes Girls Club's recent meet- was in Lhe form of a Christ- j mas party. Each girl participated. Gifts were exchanged. End Women's members were invited. was cancelled be- cause of too man y activities and the weaiher. COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Utlibridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR General Delivery GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TUKNBUU Generol Delivery PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON Gen. Del. RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOIF Gen. Del, TURIN MM Poulin Juhor Phone Contact those peop'e for your District Newt or Cloiiified Advertising Bellevue, Coleman leave BLAIRMORE (CXP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass recreation board has accepted with regret notices from and Coleman that they have with- drawn from the organization. New agreements are being drafted for existing members, Blairmore. Frank and Improvement Dis- trict 5. The meeting proposed that Blairmore. the ID No. 5. the district at large, have two representatives while the Frank district, the school division and the high school have one representative on the board. Members representing the villages and towns may be council members or appointed representatives. Once the new board is formed policies and regu- lations will be set. The organization will operate un- der the new constitution for the next two years. Correspondence from minister of culture, youth and recreation Horst A. Schmidt outlined the new fi- nancial assistance program to municipalities for the operation and maintenance costs of recreation ser- vices. The board has been advised it will be receiving a PEP grant of approximately S3.000 for wages to employ an arts and crafts teacher for 4h months. A program in this direcion is expected to start in mid- January. Teach first aid Jan. 20 NATAL (HNS) A public course in first aid will be by the St. John Ambulance Asso- ciation of Spanvood in the Spanvood High School Sat- urday. Jan. 20. at 10 a.m. It will consist of 12 lectures of two hours each. Tne times of classes will be as follows: Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon: Monday, Tuesday. Wed- nesday. Thurfdsy and Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. It will continue for two consecutive weeks ending Feb. 2. Instructor will be Bernard Keeling, secretary-trea- surer of the St John Ambulance Association of Spar- wood. Mr. Keeling has been connected with first aid work and served as instructor in the district for the past 35 years. Don Hartidg eyes films NATAL (HNS) Fernie school district could have the benefits of a film bank for education if a plan suggested by schools superintendent Don Harrwig is adopted. Mr. has asked Ihe school board for per- mission to consult with other district superintendents with a view to a film-sharing plan which would re- sult in a permanent bank of 150 or more motion pictures. The types of films he envisages cost about S150 each. The Vancouver firm supplying them provide films in color and payments can be spread over a five-year period. Mr. Hartwig said that while the Department of Education stocks about 600 films, it is extremely difficult lo procure them when needed. "You must apply two months in advance and program your teaching schedule in accordance.'1 he said. While somewhat concerned over the cost, trus- tees authorized Mr. Hartwig to investigate the mat- ter further and to talk with other superintendents. Project Canada unifies NATAL (HNS) More than 500 British Colum- bia public school classrooms have 'Twinned" with comparable classrooms in Ontario in a new pro- ject to make students in various parts of the coun- try more familiar with the history, geography, eco- nomics and culture of oiher parts of the country. Known as Project Canada because it is aimed at furthering national understanding, the program in- volves the pairins or "twinning" of elementary and secondary- classrooms with classrooms at the same levels in Ontario for the purpose of exchanging in- formation, personal correspondence, photographs, in- formation on class projects reflecting local condi- tions and in fact anything that the students and teachers consider interesting. In British Columbia the project is being co-or- dinated by John Walsh, superintendent of special ser- vices for the department of education. Mr. Walsh said that kindergarten and any other tvpe of special class ran be included :n the plan. At the post secondary level student committees rather than actual classrooms, can be paired. Betenia named chairman Hit and run Tutldoy, January 16, 197] THE LETHBRID6I HRAIB 3 involves fire hydrant Complainant becomes defendent By ROSS GIBB Herald Newt Service TABER The complainant in an alleged ''hit and ran" incident in Taber in mid-De- cember toned out to be the defendent in charges laid by two police depanmenls and will appear in Vauxnall pro- vincial judges court here. A TabPr police department spokesman said that at p.m. Dec. 17. Floyd Willis of Hays advised the department by telephone that an accident had occurred at Lhe local community centre the pre- vious evening, in which his 19G3 Chevrolet car and some unknown vehicle were in- volved in a hit and run. Damages to fee car, was inspected by police, estimated at about S300. It ir- volved the front end of '.be car. At the sarr.e time, RCMF officers a'. Yc'-L'ihsl! were in- vesTiigaLing osmose v.-hich oc- curred to a JL-e hydrate the same evening, li brought them to Taber. where the po- lice trails crossed. Damage to a r involved led police to suspect it was the one which hit the fire hydrant Charges were laid by the RCMP against Willis. Mr. was a io charged by The p'jiloe under the Highway Traffic Art with making a false report of in accident. The case has been to the Yauihall court Shift classes burden teachers NATAL fHNSi Fernie! school district trustees learned recently that shift closes are now a fact of life a', the Elk- ford School. The institution of shift class- es was made necessary by in-: creased school populadon and the introduction of kiQcerEanen classes. Six classes are affected. Elkford also has two new teachers on staff. Miss J. Har- rison, (kindeTEznen'. and Jsck Littler, (ints-medir.e Other rccc-r.tlv hired by the board are S. nam and Mrs. A. Tchlvlan for Jaffray. P E u 1 Forin wood Second ary and Miss A! V. Hill at Fernie "Seccccarv. Snow rigs regulated at Pincher PIXCHER CREEK (Spe- cial Town council has passed a new bylaw regard- ing snowmobiles which will be enforced under the Off Highwav Vehicle? Act. The bylaw thp maxi- mum speed of all moioriied snow when operat- ing in alleys or crossing slreets, be not more than 10 miJe-. per hour: thai no mo- snow vehicle shall op- erate on any street or ave- nue within the town o( Pinch- er Creek with ihe inception of crossing from ihe eni of an alley IP the entrance of an alley: that permission be pranted for any motorized snow vehicle 10 operate in any alley wiihin the Icmn of Piticher Creek for entrance or exit only, No snow vehicle shall ojr eraie on the soil course, parks, school ground? or any oilier vacant area within the town. Hours of operation within the limits of the town shall be from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. The creek bed will be con- sidered the same as an allev. Peigaus fence Highway 3 grant PUNCHER CREEK The ds- partment of mar-power and in- migration has announced k has approved a 536.500 grant to the Feigan Indian Band in connec- tion with the LOCH! Initiatives P-og-am for southern Alberm. Tne gran: to the reserve is to be used to pay the wages of li native workers during a 26- week pericd ending next May ,31. The Peigar. plan is to build miies of fences along 3 and boundary lires. in> p-ove garbage sites, clean up th? water sysre-ri. rep.vr road? and facilities and NATAL iHNSl John Ee'.enia. ve'.eran school trustee from Galloway, was rect-ntly elix-ifj chairman of the school board a! the Fcmie school dis- tr.n. Mr. Betcni.i defeated former chsirman Jack Pidgoon in .1 c'.oso district schools superni- Don Harhuf rn'.led for r.otninaUnns, mcji uvrc n.-miod. When Assistant adminis- Ir.ttor Dick FurcnaiK and sco- Mrs. M. O'Rourke coiuit- pd the ballots, Uwy declared a four-four tie.. Ai'tinf chairmen Hartvig ihcn called for a nsxss in nr- dor "to allow any dis- cussion ijiey may and when :ho second vole was taken. Betenia won by a 5-3 marirLn. Evaristo (Gnsl Nacaratto ce Fernie was elected masi. Represents board NATAL i UN'S) Fernie school district board chairman 'John Feicnia has been lo the board a; the i F.asi Kooiojuiy bnuich oi ihe j B.C. School Trustees' Associa- tion. Mrs. Olive was ay- pointed Ixiard to ihe F.isi KpiKenay 1'nion Board of wilh Nacaratlo as alternate. Library board Jan. 2o WARNER 4 .it Iho elcr.ionl.v.y sclwl. Mrs. N. Frzser has, been hired El Fernie Secondary as a part-, tim e librarian and English teicher. Sparwood Secondary School has achieved accreditation, dis- met s c h o o 1 s superintendent Dm Harnrig said. This means the school will rovr be able to sei own cri- for students' and the marts will be by British Columbia u n i verities without the snider, is having tc write qualifying entrance exams. The fieerertadon period "111 be valid for the nexx four years. after which the school must again apply for is as as ycrj can do in the provbre." Mr. KarL- rrig said, acdfnj that School is now o'Ji repeats dnsd a! also accreditation. The re- ports are filled out in the year preceding the grafting ai K- "Accreditatior. assures fabat a high of educatioD B E-.ainiaisKi." Mr. Hartwig con- cluded. HERE. DOWN TO A TRIM 175 Redistribution should please everyone CRANBROOK .Special'- A: the very leas, federal redis- mbinion of tils southeast Columbia sho-jld please csn-iidstrs and campaigners if it i? approved fcllowirg the March 2 beamr here. poDulEron o' R3.45S. eilni- inste the preser.t OkEnsgar- Kootensy ar.chors e hat- pin a: the bound- krj- MccTaaE. and souLh of tnos; norjeriy point Mica Village. This r s i r p i n ejctend? some F-Xi miles lengthwise by three mojntain ranges. Proposed revision includes al Ear, Kooieaay ReEoni Dis- Colimbia He- pional District ;o Eagle PJver. arid Centra! Kooteiiey Reponaj Distnc; tet short of Trii. Mica be K SparwoDd. t emie. C. ?.n- brDok. Kunberiey. Cresor. Nel- which have com- Daratfveiy good road and rsil cozninunica'jon. and most of all closer community n." industrial and social Larger pan of the esisbg Okanagaa-Kootecsy coTsnruen- cy. w'rtch DJJC at Em- rrriey represerjts in Parlia- ment. L' b the north Okanagan srcentir.e ranch and small in- dustry. whUe the Kootenay ires accents lumber and mining ia- obie-rtjons a: the hearing ri-i probab'y be based on poli- by-PDli analysis on z pardsaa self preservation c1: oi1.-'' mcicpn'jes in leoss-al over the past 10 years. Mi-r.'ber; concerned with bound artes si present are MDPer Randolph Harding of the part oi Lhe pro- new constituency and Liberal Doug Stewari trf bkau- rsn-Kootensy. EMPLOYERS! January 31 K the deadline for submission of applications under the Canada Manpower Training-on-the Job Program. CMTJP can help you train staff to increase production, improve your service, or assist in expansion of your business. Last year employers trained workers under CMTJP. Federal assistance of up to 75 per cent of wages is available for training currently unemployed workers in skills that will lead to continuing employment. But applications must be submitted before January 31, 1973. Enquire now. It Centre de Main-d'oeuvre du Canada Canada Manpower Centre '.'i-.-r.-wp- 419-7th St. South Telephone 327-8535 ;