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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Timdoy, July 4, THE UTHMIDCE HERALD Apartment runs into opposition COALDALE (HNS) Loca- tion of a proposed 12-suite apartment building is meeting with some opposition. .Square Deal Homes Ltd. made application for such a development in the south-west area of town. Council had accepted the ap- plication with some reservations as to the possible inadequacy of parking space. The matter was forwarded to the Oldman River Regional Planning Com- mission for comment. At a recent meeting of coun- cil a petition from the resi- dents and a letter from the commission were received ex- pressing strong opposition to the location suggested. Herb Fletcher, town develop- ment officer, was assigned to check further into other possi- ble sites. The petitioners were con- cerned with population density, playgrounds traffic and park- ing problems. Tlie ORRPC said the site was not satisfactory. The construc- tion of it might cause problems which will be around for many years to come. INDUCTED Rev. Ran- dolph Molir, for 19 years pas- tor of St. Peter's Lutheran Church, was recently inducted into the office of district se- cretary of the Southern Al- berta District of the Canadian Bible Society. Mr. Mohr su- ceeds Rev. Andrew S. Wood served as district secre- tary for 28 years. Mr. Mohr and his family took up resi- dence in Calgary July 1. Radio amateurs gath ler MILK RIVER (HNS) Lo- call radio "ham" operators held their recent exercises at the farm of Leo EUert at Milk River. This organization consists en- tirely of amateurs from south- ern Alberta and northern Mon- tana. Two voice sets and one Morse code set were in almost con- stant operation. Sixteen opera- tors, working in relays, were able to make and confirm some 800 contacts In the space of 24 hours. ELKS INSTAU OFFICERS The Picture Bulle Elk's Lodge recently held an inslal- tation of officers. Exolted Ruler is Bill Bodnar. Nester VanVnerenbergh is leading knight; Vinko Nemecek loyal knight ond Gordon Davy lecturing knight. Pictured from left lo right, seated are: secretary, George Vincenl; treasurer, Robert Rainbow, exalled ruler; Bill Bodnar; post exalted ruler, Gerald Johnson; loyal knight, Vinko Nemecek; leading knight, Nester VnnVaerenbergh. Back row tyler, John Heinonen; publicity director, Bernie Watson; historian, Ernie Porka; chaplain, Kent Hage; esquire, Benlon Rainbow; rruslee, Pete Davy; inner guard, GaborTokai, Jr.; trustee, Hilaire VanVaerenbergh and lecturing knight, Gordon Davy. Tarents must shoulder their responsibility' ,f v, Roundup of District News Renovations TABER (HNS) Southland Cycle, formerly Scorpion Sales, will be moving to renovated premises in the old Taber (Lea- vltt) Plumbing building on 48th Avenue as soon as building modifications can be completed. The town council has approv- ed the "conditional permissi- ble" use ol the commercialty- zoned property. Scorpion Sales occupied the plumbing company building prior to a fire in the rear quar- ters last fall. Council then ap- proved a temporary relocation in the Johnson Drug building for a sbt-month period, now ex- pired. Details of the proposed build- ing renovations will be review- ed by the municipal planning commission before start of construction. Fee lowered SPARWOOD (HNS) Resi- dents of British Columbia, who are Canadian Citizens 65 or over as of Aug. 1 will be able to obtain a fishing licence for non tidal waters for a fee of Aug. is also the effectiva dale of the new fee, which is a reduction of from the regular resident's licence. The licence will be available through nor- mal outlets in the province. To obtain the licence, applicants will be expected to provide proof of age. By JEAN SWIHART Special Correspondent FORT MACLEOD Detec- tive Sergeant Frank Bathgate, Lethbridge city police narcotic division, addressed delegates of the Taber constituency, Al- berta Women's Institute, at their 5th annual convention here recently. "Our drug prevention work is continuing with emphasis on the elementary school age level as this appears to be where opinions are he said. "We have continued our prac- tise of providing lectures, pamphlets and educational ma- terial to various schools, clubs and organizations upon request. "Other areas of involvement for this detail relate to assis- tance to other forces; the med- ical profession; school council- lors; probation branch; watch- ing known addicts; periodic street checks for possession of drugs; investigation of drug store break and enters; theft of medical bags; suicide pre- vention and counselling; and interviews1 involving drug users and their parents. "The number of young peo- ple who are coming to the force for advice and assistance in relation to drug abuse is in- creasing as the confidence and reliability of our members be- comes accepted. Whe r e it is possible to do so, we endeavor to have the subject referred to professionals, in the field of hu- man behavior, for treatment." Records show that com- plaints have risen over the past three years; 81 in 1969; 207 in 1970; 276 in 1971; that figure has been surpassed this year. "Soft in reality, is an underworld expression. The so- called soft drugs are non- addicting; the "hard drugs" are addicting. Soft drug users sometimes graduate to hard drugs. Mr. Battgate said he was personally opposed to the le- galization of marijuana. He said there is no one particular solution to the problem. Sui- THE TABER PIONEER CLUB 2nd ANNUAL PICNIC EXPERIMENTAL FARM FACILITIES LETHBRIDGE Sunday, July 9th beginning at 12 noon Please bring your own cullery and dishes and a picnic lunch Punch, etc. will be supplied A WEtCOME IS EXTENDED TO Alt MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES These Are The letlikidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area NATAL, B.C. PAUL CHAIA P.O. Box 2B7 LOMOND MRS LEONARD CHASE............ Gsnerol Delivery CARDSTON MRS. CATHERINE HULL............General Delivery COWLEY CLARENCE WEEKES P.O. Box 7 5TAVELY MRS. V101ET ClANCY Box SZ Conlaci Iheie lor Dlilrlcl New, or Claisiflod Advertising cidcs from drug use are in- creasing; the age of the offen- der is lower. Glue sniffing Is the number one problem in Lethbridge. Some of the users are from eight to 12 years of age. Pre- scription pills are widely abused. Discipline is reeded among all persons and, for the young offenders, parents must shoulder their responsibility. teachers posted for '73 BLAIRMOHE (CNP Bureau) Paul Zubick, superintendent of the Crowsnest Pass School Division, has announced the following allocation of teachers for the 1972-73 year in the Pass schools. Grades 1 A and B in the Cole- man Elementary School will be taught by Miss R. Sudworth (principal) and Mrs. C. How- ard; Grade 2 A and B, Mrs. M. Richards, Mrs. J. Tarcon; Grade 3 A and B, Mrs. P. Thompson and Mrs. R. Horejsi. There are 150 pupils attending the school. Horace Allen Elementary Ju- nior Secondary School teachers will include Grades 4 A and B, Mrs. J. Willoughby, Mrs. R. Woods; Grade 5 A and B, R. Pitt and Miss M. Buhner; Grade 6 A and B, Mrs. V. Tourond and T. Bubniak; Grade 7 A and B, Mrs. E-na Malanchuk and Mrs. F. Bond; Grade 8 A and B, R. Stretch and Ted Kryczka (Vice-princi- special education Mrs. J. Snowden and Mrs. D. Stojak, li- brary, Mrs. K. Wright, relief on library, Italo Bosetti, industrial arts and Jerry Lonsbury, prin- cipal. There are 295 pupils at- tending the school. Staff at the Bellevue MD Mc- Eachern Elementary Junior Secondary S c h o o 1 includes Grades 1 A and B, Mrs. A. Rae and Mrs. Helen Marcolin; Grade 2 A and B Mrs. B. Bare and Mrs. A. Fisher; .Grades 3 A and B, Mrs. Louise Dem- chuk and Mrs. B. Grant; Grade 4, Mrs. E. Mclntyre; Grade 5 A and B, Mrs. Marion White and Mrs. M. Ehlert; Grade 6 A and B, Mrs. S. Clark and Mrs. L. Straathof; Grade 7, Dan Quintilio Grade 8, Roy Vare, Peter Fitz- gerald library; Mrs. Beverly Gregory, French and JOG QurnJilic, principle. The school has 318 pupils. The Blairmore Isabelle Sel- lon Elementary-Junior Second- ary staff will include Grades 1 A and B, Mrs. Enid Gilmar and Mrs. Christina Pill; Grade 2 A and B, Mrs. Norma Slopak and Mrs. M. Smith; Grade 3 A and B, Mrs. Lucy Radulski and Mrs. Mary Bodio; Grade 4 A and B, Mrs. Flora Kovach and G. Frier; Grade 5 A and B, Mrs. Cathy Dixon and Mrs. Cheri McKcever; Grade 6 A and B. Miss Anne Kubic and Mrs. Helen Hucik; Grade 7 A and B, Joris Kempers and Mrs. Joanne Grand; Grade 8, Miss Eli James and Sam Richards; special education Miss B. Ger- baz, Mrs. Helen Gresl, home economics; Mrs. Bev Gregory, French; G. Frier, vice-princi- pal; Mrs. Barbara Brososky, li- brary and Larry Pizzey, prin- cipal. The school has a total of 395 pupils. Staff at the Crowsnest Con- solidated High School mil com- prise: Grades 9 A, B, C, D, E, Mrs. Lena Bouthillier, Mrs. He- len Maxwell, Mrs. Alma Houg- head, Mrs. Anne Spatuk and vice principal, Roy Wilson; Grades 10 A, B, C, D, E, Kenso Castellarin, Bruce Decoux, Dave Halton, Miss Naomi Ki- moto and Bruce Kufcher; Grades 11 A, B, C, D, B. Gee, Harold Hall, Frank Sickoff and Mrs. A. White; Grades 12, A, B, C, D, Airs. A. Fortunaso, Mrs. Mary Giza, Miss Norma McKay and Jerome Hejman. The supernumerary includes Mrs. Alice Sera, French (lan- guage Mrs. M. Quail, li- brary; Norman Wong, business education; Mrs. J. Tanaka, home economics Mrs. D. Stretch, home economics Don Dececco, industrial arts S. Mills, industrial arts Frank Capron, physical education; Keith Braithwaite, physical education; Arnie Man- gold, music Andy Stojak, counsellor; Roy Wilson, vice-principal and Eric Price, principle. The school has 513 studenls. Baton revue .TURIN (HNS) A baton revue was presented here re- cently by pupils of Mrs. J. VandenBroeke. It included both pupils from Iron Springs and Turin. Howard Dunn was the mas- ter of ceremonies. The program featured solos, T-stmt, duel strut, duet twirl, basic and military demonstra- tion aid several novelty num- bers. Thu final number. The Fire Baton, was presented by the teacher. 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