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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LCTHBRIDGE HERALD Snlurdoy, J'Jfi" 20, aw Before Council CLARESHOLM (HNS) The bylaw will incorporate Claresholm town council re-1 stages two and three of plan first reading to a proposed by Mayor Ernie Pat- iiylaw to borrow tcrson lo drain the east side of Claresholm. The bylaw calls for a con- a 20-year period to pay for a proposed drainage system. crete storm sewer ranging in size from 24 inches to 4S in- ches in diameter which will run from the Oliler slough to the north, south along elevator row ENGINEERED STRUCTURES CO. LTD. A wholly-owned subsidiary of NATIONAL HOMES LIMITED, AB3OTSFORD, B.C. CALGARY 818 16th Avenue N.W. 289-4001 OFFICE Don't settle for anything less QUALITY than NATIONAL VALUE SERVICE You want the best value for every building dollar choose a NATIONAL home. Built up to a standard the highest in the industry of kiln- dried West Coast lumber, the COMPLETE home package that provides you with everything on our specifications sheels. You can know the final cost beforo you start; no extras, no surprises! Over forty fine home plans in a range of two, three (and more) bedroom designs three full-color catalogues give a selection that means "we have a home for every Canadian National service goes beyond the sale there's help and guidance in selecting Ihc home model you and your family can enjoy help in (he choice of con I roc tor. sub- trades and financing arrangements even, planned deliveries (in TWO lots) to make building easier and better. NATIONAL with any homes Get the facts, the market and ihe figures compare and don't settle for less! MAIL THIS COUPON NATIONAL HOMES LIMITED BOX 245 ABBOTSFORD, B.C. Please send me National's Homes Catalogues. NAME ADDRESS L________________ LH-75 I lo Ihe south end and then west to Frog Creek. The plans calls for the con- struction of three lagoons on the proposed golf course which will hold Ihe heavy run oft water in the sprint; to protect [lie drainage ditch to the creek. ;I Would Always Strive To Keep Very Busy' By HUM, llcnild News Service CA11DSTON "Happiness Is 1. Wil .u Last month a bylaw to build yculh., was Ule theme the lagoons at a cost of Gradc 9 students were hon- was defeated in a plebiscite. Worship, Picnic COALDALE UIIS'3) A wor- ship service for the Chinook Co-operative Parish will be held at 11 a.m. Sunday, Juno 28, in the Coaldale United Church and will be followed by a picnic at Henderson Lake, Lethbridge. recently. Junior high school president Teresa Pitcher was master of ceremonies. Greg Steed reported on ac- tivities held during the year. Dr. Burns Larson, Cardslcn physician, advised the grad- uands as follows: "If I were you, 1 would strive lo make use of all the talents I have. I would learn lo enjoy competi- tion. I would always strive lo keep very busy. I would try to live so I would be respected by others and by myself. "I would appreciate the fact that 1 am living in this day when all the scientific knowl- edge is available. I would ask for advice." Tire Best Ail-Round Student Trophy was presented to Greg Steed and Brenda Jensen. Greg is past-president of tho junior high executive and Brenda is editor of the junior high paper Teen Talk. Graduating class members 1970 UNSHIP to be held at LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE from July 6fh to September 1st 25 hours of Riding and Horsemanship INSTRUCTION Each class will involve 25 class hours divided into 10 sessions of 2Vi hours each. Each class session will include about Vi hour dealing with such topics as CHOOSING A HORSE GROOMING YOUR HORSE CARE OF THE HORSE POSTURE AND DRESS SHOEING TACK BREEDS OF HORSES HORSE AILMENTS SKILLS AND GAMES Special classes are also provided in: Pleasure Riding Beginners' Jumping Intermediate Riding Advanced Riding Barrel Racing Gymkhana and Games Jumping Registration Fee is per candidate. Open to children 6 to 60. Additional information and applications are available from School of Continuing Education LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Telephone 327-2141, ext. 228 ilerson; industrial arts, Darcy Bcvans and Eric Nielsen; health and physical education, Terry Lccluke and 'Mark Bish- op; science, and Dean Stephen Tominuk Russell; mathe- matics, Wesley Jacksph; lan- guage, Susan Ockey; literature, I Brenda Jensen; band, wood- wind, Douglas Carlson, brass, Brenda Jensen; social studies, Greg Steed and Joanne Low; oral French, LaRee Blurael. Tlie graduates presented a floor show in the E. J. Wood School auditorium headed by i who received honor awards i physical education directors were: taxis, Genevieve Bruised j Miss Joan Muhlestein and Head; sewing, Loralee Kesler; I Vcryl Leavitt, assisted by Mrs. reading activities, Robbyn An-1 Elva Pitcher. BEST STUDENTS Best All-Round Student Trophy from the Cardston Junior High School is held by Greg Steed and Brenda Jensen. They were among 130 Grade 9 students honored in a "Happiness Is Youth" gathering at the IDS Church Alberta Slake Chapel at Cardston. Nearly Complete By HOSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER The hiring of two teachers will complete the staff r o s t e r for Taber School Divi- sion No. 6 for the school year commencing next Sept. 1. School superintendent Dr. Wesley P. E d d y said following a recent regular board of trus- SIMPSONS-SEARS Management Opportunities In Our Exciting, New Lethbridge Store! Here is your opportunity to become a part of Canada's fastest growing, most progressive Retail Organization. Preference will be given to those with proven retail management and sales experience although consideration will be given to those applicants with allied sales experience. Exciting career opportunities for Male and Female Managers in the Following Departments: Sewing Draperies Ladies' Sportswear Ladies' Infants' Wear Men's Furnishings Shoes Hosiery and Millinery Cafeteria Candy and Tobacco Unmatched Employee Benefit Program Includes: Above average salaries: plus sales commissions. Profit Sharing: Every member after 1 year's service shares in the profits of me company. Free Life Insurance: For all profit-sharing members. Group Medical and Blue Cross Insurance plans. Discount on purchases.- for employees and dependants. 40-hour week, paid statutory holidays with sick pay allowances. Paid Vacations: 2 weeks after 1 year, 3 weeks after 5 years, 4 weeks after 15 years. Apply In Person to our Temporary Employment Office 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Wednesday 1218 2nd Avenue South West of Lethbridge Arena Phone 327-0988 for APPOINTMENT SIMPSONS-SEARS-.. Where ihe New Ideas Are! tees meeting, "We are con- fident that the teaching staff will be completed by the end of June, setting a new date rec- ord for finalizing the list of teachers." Tlie board accepted resigna- tions from, six teachers, and the following 10 teaching assign- ments were approved: Miss Darlene Herget, Stirling to W. R. Myers High, Taber; Miss Myrna Blaney, Vauxhall to Vauxhall Elementary, Mrs. Dorothy Francis, Taber to Dr. Hamman, Taber and Bamwell; Mrs. Julie Wallace, Taber to Hays, part time; John A. Herman, Milk River as reading consultant for the Division; Mrs. Lois A. Duffee, Taber to W. R. Myers High, Ta- ber; Mrs. Deveney Walters, Salt Lake City and BarmveU, to W. R. Myers High, Taber; Randall Broadhead, Cardston to Vauxhall High School; Mrs. Yvonne Moore, Vauxhall to Hays; and Mrs. Kathleen San- derson, Taber to Chamberlain School, Grassy Lake. Full status as vice-principals was approved for two teachers "acting" in the office last year Andres at Chamberlain, Grassy Lake and Harry Has- sler at Hays. Continuation of 10 bursaries was authorized, completing the board's policy under which fur- ther bursary grants will be withdrawn. Receiving the fur- ther financial assistance are the following students: Third year bursaries Alan Golby of Vauxhali, Miss Sharon Severtson and Mrs. Hazel L. West both of Taber, and Mrs. Dorothy Wolosuk of Vauxhall all at the University of Leth- bridge, and Miss Eileen Wolfer of Tilley at the University of Calgary. Second year bursaries Miss Elma Derkscn of Hays, Keith Jones of Vauxhall and Mrs. Au- drey Krizsan of Bamwell all at the University of Lethbridge, Kenneth B. Lawson of Taber and Miss Rita L. Schulz of Vauxhall. In other business concerning teachers, the Division is spon- soring up to six teachers, by payment of tuition, at non- credit workshops at the Univer- sity of Lethbridge during July and August. The week-long courses are concerned with junior high sci- ence, the new social studies program, audio-visual mate- rials, and others. In addition, the University of Lethbridge will offer two credit courses in Taber next year- Education 4270, Evaluation of learning resources, during the fall semester, and Education 4300, teaching of English, dur- ing the spiing months. SEEKS CONVERTS STIRLING (HNS) Maxwell Zaugg, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Zaugg of Stirling, is leav- ing tho community soon to seek converts to the LDS Church in Germany, ALBERTA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck Sunday! TO AHY PLACE IN ALBERTA It's the talk of the Province! On Sundays you can call long dis- tance ANYWHERE IN ALBERTA and talk for three minutes for a maximum of fifty cents. SUNDAY saves you time as well as money because this rate ap- plies to ODD calls. Just dial direct to anyone in the province, then start talking. It's a nice way to keep in touch. You can do a lot of long-distance talking for just half a buck anytime between Saturday mid- night to 6 a.m. Monday. do not apply to person-to-person, third party billing, time and cnarge, coin phone, or credit card calls. If you happen to live fn an area without ODD service, SUNDAY 50 rates apply to station to station calls placed 'with' the Operator. IdnS tjisiiance is abuck '-TO ANYPLACE JN ALfi long distance is half a buck on SundayI TO ANY PUCE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN AlBERTA ALBERTA COVrdKMlNT TIC.tPIIONtS I ;