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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Mike Hydomako sworn in NATAL (HNS1 Prior to the recent meeting of (he District of Spanvood council, .Mike Hydomako was sworn in as mayor and Joe AJtomare, Reg Turner, and Robert Thompson took their oaths of office as aldermen. Ray Bridger. chairman of the recreation commis- sion, asked permission to schedule additional events in the unfinished community hall. Aid. .Anthony De Luca requested that, rather than negating contractual agreement that council check with its legal advisor. A meeting was also established vith the recre- ation commission to be held Feb. 6. The commission bylaw and the constitution for the budget will be reviewed. Mr. Bridger advised council that no functions will be held in the arena until completed because the cement slab had not yet properly set. The fire brigade will be increased to 25 mem- bers after the completion of the screening of appli- cants. -Soiurdoy, Jonuory 30, 1573 THE LE7HMID5E HERALD 3 Pass Words Mrs. Schoening spurs recreation PKCHER CREEK ISpe- cial) The Pincher Creek parks and recreation depart- ment h a s employed Mrs. Dierdre Screening as assis- tant recreation director for the period of Jan. 1 to May ID. Mrs. Schoening has a dip- loma in recreation leader- ship from the Lelhbridze Community College and work experience in British Colum- bia. i She will be working in rec- reation programs for senior citizens, fitness classes, ac- tivity classes for youth, and cultural activities. 50th anniversary M-. ar-.d Mrs. A. E. (Dick1 Harper of Blalrmore reccrt- ly marked their goiden anniversary. A family Gathering was held o1 the Satellite cafe, Celerr.an, end open house ol the Harper residence the day. Mr. Hnrper was born ct N'eepawo, Men., and after TO his schooling he gained employment in the Union Ean'5 p e c i a The annual ci ihe Farmers' rjid Livestock re- elected its president. CUif Pir- pea of and named Kmi. presidert. Directors H.-y Siein- liiih. Fort Sleek- End VLice Beets. MsrysviLe. Mrs. Dm of Cranbrook was re-elected secreian--irea- su-er. o: continue 35 board member :'or 4H and Mr. Cs5wln-.su will N? the tieiecste ;o ilie R.C. Csii'crr.eTi's Mr. SieinhpTj: as alternate. TYotcctJon of Lbo TiX1 head ri Ixvf cstiit- opon rsr.cp bc- Bull River and Kort Stecle, no-.v that this rf road ttill be a tourist highiray, was discussed. The insiituie will rKjuest UK department o: hichuays 10 fence its new road as a protective t'or travellers and cattle. Cl'RUNCi CUB i HNS' A organiraUonal mcctini; o; the Ora'.dalr Curling Club be heK1 ai p 711 ,'an, in Ihf Co.ikl.ilc rii-jilroflni, lown office 3lore district ou 17 EMPLOYERS! January 31 is 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. Lost 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. Centre de Main-d'oeuvre du Canada Canada Manpower Centre 419-7th Sf. South Telephone 327-3535 ;