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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Junior achievers make key holders Jaco Plaslics is Tnber's Junior Achievement company. Designed to put young people's initiative to work, the company makes plaslic key chain holders. Kelly Dougan, Robert Price, Dorothy George and Carles Oshiro break open the moulds and drill the centra holes. The first step, not shown, involves mixing resin ond catylist, adding dye, and filling the moulds which are refrigerated. ___________-Ross Gibb Pholo! District News In Brief Miner, rodeo competitor Pete Beaudoin retires NATAL (HNS'-After a long career involving ranching, ro- deo riding, railroading and mining. Pete Eeaudoin of Fer- nie reiired recently. He csrne to B.C. from the Red Deer Valley his fam- ily to settle at Hos-r.er hut moved to nearby Ferrle. In his younger days he a competitor in southern Alberta rodeo circuits as a saddle bronc rider. He also competed in rodeos at Femie. He hired on with the Morris- sey. Femie and Michel Rail- way in but later, his expe- rience vrith horses led him to the underground workings at Coal Creek as a driver. He in 1 East Mine there ur.til 195S when he was transferred to Michel where he worked in A East. A South and Balrncr No. 1 mines. 810.000 bill to Warner RAYMOND (HNS1 Mayor Robert Graham, po: the nod from oiher members of ihe County of Warner Foundation to be chairman for Tr.e foundation is responsi- ble for Kidce View Lodge hi-c. Graham will replace Murray Holt as chairman. Mr. Holt has filled the position for four years. Cam McKay of the Mii Riv- er area r.ame.i ch airman. 1 Betty Watson was engaged as secret any treasurer, re- placing IV. L. Jones who will be away from Raymond for the next IS months. Mayor C. M. Hirsche was reappoir.led to the Alberta As- sociation of Senior Citizens Homes. Ti-.e reqtusiiion. for this year's budget, to the County of War- ner WES set at SIO.OOO. Employees were granted a seven per cent wage increase. Flood r epai r under irav COLEJU.V fCNP Bureau' Coi-Jici! has extended con- The town foreman has renorted gratulation to Ernest Fantin of repair on :'r.e bar.ks o: Ne: Biairmore for assuming duties Perce Creek hris unie: as of Biairmore. Lh winter proram. Feik, ;0 p K1 e collr{ compiamLs on their Pr: 's D ng'pise oieVa for !7 lots in the Pine sub- "lie" division ready azd serviced for property assessmenis. will be July 31. held. eekly garbage pick-up wauled STIRLING (KNS1 A gar- weekly. bage disposal company has This method will be tried for temporarily Lnsialled large one moriLh. A petition was circulated re- cuesiing council to probe a garbage Guidance specialist needed now Bureau ELMR.MORE iCNP Bu- school division trustee? have ap- proved immediate upgrading of the student car-parking :o: ci. the Corisoti- dalcd High School. The board approved p'ving additional assistance to han- di capped children attending schools outside the division. It will take the form of boarding aliou-ance or trans- portation. The administrator's corn- nit ice Mill present the pro- posed divided school year )o Lhe public for re- action. A guidance and counselling is needed io pre- veni problems by curtailing Lhem at an early see level in Grade? -f. ard 6. Autl-.oriraiicn civen the Fuperir. tend art to explore Ire poftibilitv of crcatinc next logical step in ihe op- portunity class. This would enable older, more rr.auire yoimcsler? to occupy' niore rncanirigful experiences. P. K. 2j- bick was authorized to send some of tte teachers io oiher and iimsdictions to continue the approach to the levels system. He recommended addition- al Clerical rime be given to teachers m lesson pre- Ti'9 board particips'e the dopartment study on rransporUauon. Snice this area's b-niquc in iransportation Drob'erns it was fell Lhi? would prove beneficial. The bosrd will look into re- quesis made by the parents of studenLs attending Cole- mar. Central school regard- ing noon hour busing and .ur.ches. I Negotiations CLTE are continuing. Fort Mapleod Centennial WfJnrsdny, January 31, 1975 _ THE LE7HBRIDGE HttAlD 3 by D'Arc'i "Good luck deor boy Prince Philip would love to skip Calgary and its white Cowboy hats." NEWS initiatives program set to roll RAYMOND rHNSl The Lo- cal Incentives Program, to pro- vide jobs here, will put thous- ands of dollars of federal gov- ernment money 111 harness" io aid the Toa-n PL Raymond im- prove the ccrr.miinlly. Total estimated cost of the program W" 300 vn'th the town'? portion. to be budgeted by tlie mayor and council in the 1973 budget. The application fcrr rip rap work at the new sewer disposal lagoons has been approved. Approval has been given for bleachers a; the new arena: beatification at the water and sever plants; improvements "ill be made ai Victoria Park where the stampede grounds are located and the recreation Social worker wanted- to guide native people park where the sv-imming pool, stratiig arena aria the Lions Playlane is located. Improvement? will made at 'he li'tle league and oall diamonds. Work wilj be dor.e at the gc-li course, landscaping of the low- cost housing Included in the program is four blocks of cement sice- walks and repainting of street ar.c WL-dbreElis for beatiiificaiion and protection be plsniod. TO.'.TJ men vrlll be emDloyed it is possible to do so. Other viTTk'nier! be em- ployed through the regional Manpower centre at Diaiia Pittmau. Tom Redd march iu inaugural parade CRANBKOOK 'Special' Transfer to the provincial rehabilitation and social im- provements agency from fed- eral Indian agency of social assistance funds for five Koo- terray Indian bands has bees proposed in an Indian coun- cil brief. Prepared by mem- bers Sophie Pie-re. Kathryn Teneese and Joe Pierre, and Enst Koo'.ensy slaiicr Doug Hislep. the brief proposes a social worker appointment to find effective to guide reserve people to various service agencies, particular- ly for family counselling, h o m e maker organization, child care and Alcoholics An- onymous. With completion of the as- sessment, the brief proposes appointment of second qual- ified worker, also as case The brief was submr- tod to DKSI ci-lrector of rro- grsrns T. D. Bmgham of Vic- toria. The projecl cotmrJtlee re- ports a total population oi alwut 500 Indians Ln the Co- lumbia Lake. Lower Koote- nay. St. Mary's. Shusvrap and Tobacco PlaLns reserves Ln East Kootenay. It estimates to S5 cases invohmg 53 duldren icidcr DRSI supenJsion would bene- fit directly. Kooienay Indian Agency, a fjvieral department, is lo- cated at Vemon. Lhe office from which assistance funds are administered and distri- buted, making devious the Indian approach to these services available io other British Columbians re- quiring this holp. Garbage fee? up 25 cents at P. Butte PIOTRE BUTTE (KN51 Mayor Ales Chronik presented the municipal re- for the o: Picture i'c-r ihe year The administrator was com- fo- his efforts. Tr.e re- pon will be read at the annual meeting. Lighting (or the skating nnk was discussed. Suggestions were received from Power. There will be adequate lishtin.-r for hcckey games. "Garbage coll'ecuors fees here will be increased from S! to per month due io the wage increase reque-sie-d by K. Ho.- GRASSY LUCE Diana Pitiman of V.'amcr and Torn Redd of Grassy Lake marched with Brigharn Young Cougar Miss Johnson showered ititli gifts CAF.DSTON 'HNSi Miss Parnda Johnson, bride-elor. was honored at two showers rc- reni'y. At the Enin Tolley shower. Toijey, Rose ATJI Wiley Jesnrie K'oll were esses. Miss Terry Sevan? assisled the bride-to-be her gifts. Abou: women from ire Cardfion LDS Chu-h Sixth Er.irich MIS.S was -.'-e hostess when mernbei-s o: the Stake Gleaner cisss gathered to Dreser-t Miss Johnson ruts at the second shower. n'ential inaurural parade a'. Washisgion, D.C. Miss Pinman ar.c l.L- both plav smrano clarinet iti the Cougar Bane. She is a freshman In e-iucaiior. at BVC and is the rlsurrter of Mr. and Mrs. C-er.rge Redd is a freshman in rfneral education and is younser son o: Mr. and 5. Redd. He craduated from Chamber lain Hich Schw! in where he was student body president. Miss Pitiman gradtraied from vTamer High and was Ln ihe Erie Rivers Hicn SchM': Barjd. 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