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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta CHAMPS WITH ROCKS - Willow Creek Composite High School curling champions from left, seated, Jack Weerstra and Blaine Huddle; standing, Bill and Gerry Kinoshita. They curl at Medicine Hat Jan. 30 and 31 in the Southern Alberta High School Curling finals. Rev. Stanislav leaves Nobleford-Barons June 30 NOBLEFORD (HNS) - A pot-luck dinner was held in the Nobleford United Church recently, preceding the annual congregational meeting. Rev. A. Stanislav will leave the charge June 30. Twelve attended. There are 35 children attending Sunday school. Five teachers handle seven classes. Herman Harm was re-elected to the board of stewards for a three-year term. Retiring from the board are Ted Ronney and Marvin DeBoer. Elmer Erickson will continue as church organist for another year. A confirmation service scheduled for March 28. Annual reports of activities of the ACW and Explorers, were given. Fish biologist speaks; Seward serves his trout RAYMOND (HNS) -Stanley Clemants, fish biologist from Regina and district farmer Harley Seward were speakers at the recent noon luncheon of the Raymond Rotary Club. Mr. Clemants spke of the possibility regarding fish being produced on farms in ponds for private and commercial uses. Mr. Seward is a farmer who has ventured out to try the fish pond on a limited scale. Mr. Seward told of the joy and the problems of producing fish in this way. The greatest joy, the Rotarians learned, was in having fresh trout to serve, Mr. Seward shared this with the members when he furnished fresh and smoked fish for the noon luncheon. The 60 fish were cooked by Howard Hick-en. School budget wins council OK CRANBROOK (Special) -City council has approved Cran-brook School District 1971 budget o� .$3,007,376, required to forestall a ratepayer ballot. The amount exceeds the prc-vincially allowed 110 per cent of the previous year by $49,958. School district rate of 37.82 mills was struck for 1970, but the increased budget does not necessarily indicate a 1971 increase. The province formula establishes mill rates for schools in all districts, following submission of all budgets by Feb. 15. Cranbrook school budget shareable with the province cov ering certain essentials is $3,-616,840, compared with $2,566,-882 in 1970. Extra school services and facilities entirely district responsibility budget at $39,055, and non-shareable current capital requirements $18,090. Expenditures in 1970 tallied $2,587,958 leaving a surplus of $90,924, Shareable expenditure ] portion of this was $61,499 and under the 1970 formula refunds $11,540 to the district. School mill rale established by the province for school purposes following budget deadline applies equally on municipal and rural ratepayers of the individual school district, on land, improvements and machinery. Thus the final rate is in inverse proportion to the developed industrial facilities within the individual school district. Volume of new small industries in Cranbrook school district from Moyie to Wycliffe to Fort Steele - Bull River and Wardner should appreciably increase return of a school mill from its approximate $27,000 of 1970. Mardi Gras February 20 starts at 9 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) - Blairmore Lions Club is completing plans for a giant Mardi Gras to be held in the Blairmore Elks Hall Saturday, Feb. 20, starting at 9 p.m. The event will be a first for the club. Prizes for the best costumes, including best indivi dual, best couple, best group and best comedy group, will be given. Admission for the event has been set at $6 a couple which will include the buffet lunch. Refreshments will be offered at the event. Tickets for the Mardi Gras may be obtained from the Lions. Oust snowmobiles CARDSTON (HNS) - Snowmobiles will not be allowed in the town square. Council has made the east side of the rodeo grounds and the north-east ball diamond available for snowmobiles. Dr. Kurt Adler of Fort Ma-clecd has been appointed medical health officer for the Chief Mountain Health Unit. Kainai invitational hockey test Feb. 27-28 Fitness classes NOBLEFORD (Special) -Women's keep fit classes will start at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan, 26, in the Noble Central School here. Handicraft club members will meet Wednesday, Jan. 27, in the art room. PRODUCTION UP Sweden's industrial production in October, 1970, was six per cent larger than in the same month of 1969. CARDSTON - The.second annual Kainai Invitational Hockey Tournament will be held at the Kainai Sports Centre Feb. 27 and 28. The tourney, which is by invitation only, will be once again offering $1,500 in prize money, along with trophies for the winning team, the all-star team, and most valuable player award. The tournament this year will be increased from eight teams to 10 teams, With teams coming from Jackpot bingo NOBLEFORD (Special) The Nobleford branch of the Royal Canadian Legion will sponsor a jackpot bingo at 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5, in the Legion Hall. Tuesday, January 26, 1971 - THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD - 3 Scliullz named agi'o society president British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Alberta, a total of 13 games will be played during the two days with action getting under way at 9 a.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. Sunday. The tournament this year is being sponsored by the Red Crow Park Recreation Board and the Kainai Chiefs Hockey Club. ENCOUNTER GROUP PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Family Life Centre is receiving applications for an "encounter group for couples" to begin early in February. A maximum of six couples will meet for lVa hours weekly for about 15 weeks. Deadline for applications is Jan. 31. Address inquiries to Family Life Centre, Pinchcr Creek, Box 1513, or phone 627-4022. CARDSTON (HNS) - Ken Schullz has been elected president of the Cardston Agricultural Society. Vice - presidents' aro Ted Wilson and Ken Woolford. Reed Kearl was elected secretary and Kay Olsen is treasurer. Oscar Bevans, the retiring president, noted that last year was the first time in many years the agricultural society has finished the year with a bank balance. Cardston Amateur Rodeo will be held July 9 and 10. The fair will be held Aug. 18. Fred Rice was elected fair director with Del .Steed, district agriculturist, as assistant. Day of prayer NOBLEFORD (Special) -United Church Women of the Nobleford and Barons churches and the Dorcas Ladies of the Monarch Reformed Church will join hands Friday, March 7, in the Barons United Church for the annual World Day of Prayer Service. ACTIVE GROUP WORKS FOR STUDENTS - Members of the Isabella Sellon School students council gather at Blairmore. They have promoted two dances, sponsored a skating party for grades 1 to 5, aided the Cup of Milk Fund, backed Spirit Week, backed floor hockey and raised funds for activities. Front row from left: Valerie Peressini, Grade 7 vice-president; Robert Booker, Grade 6 vice-president; Brenda Bradley, social convener; Jim Longworth, Grade 8 vice-president. Back row: Sherry Wyatt, secretary; Brian Brysiuk, sports representative; Michi Shigehiro, president; Debbie Plessis, treasurer and Miss JoAnn Misura, advisor. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS -:- CIRCULATION -:- JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore - Phone 562-2149 COUNTRY NEWS These Are TheUtHbridge Herald Correspondents In Your Area BIACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY......P.O. Box 14B ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK ........ P.O. Box 1852 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIE..................P.O. Box 231 CROWSNEST PASS VERN DECOUX .................. General Delivery Contact these people for your District Newi or Classified Advertising Courses offered on reserve CARDSTON - Members of the Blood Indian Reserve are getting a chance to upgrade their education. Classes are held at the Mary's Day School, Blood reserve, Cardston' Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. Each person who registers attends two classes per week for 10 weeks. Tests and other materials are supplied. Subjects available include Crado 9 and 10 English, mathematics and science. Further information can be obtained from the department of Indian affairs, 206 Federal Building, Lethbridge, or from the school of continuing educa-t i o n, Lethbridge Community College, Lethbridge. WIDELY USED Some 1.5 million Swedish households-just over half of the total-have their own deep-freezers. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! 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