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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Passiwords Yamcliuh is chairman of 'ways., means society NATAL (UN'S) John Walmsley, clinirniati of I he Spanvood Ilccrealion Commis- sion, IMS announced the ap- pointment of Terry Yamchuek as chairman of Die w.iys and ill cans society for the new Spanvcort recreation complex. Mr. Yiimcliuck, a member of the Spanvooii and District Chamber of Commerce, is the owner-manager oE a sporting goods store. lie replaces Norm [Jakes wlio is leaving the com- munity. OnAhe-job BLAmMORE (CNT Bureau) Paul Zubick, superintemiant of schools in the Crowsnest Pass school divsiun, has an- nounced plans for ati on-the-job training program in thi.'i area. Assistance from the profes- sional groups, business firms a tin1 Ira tie fhops in Ci'owsmjsl Pass centres and communities is urgently nettled. Mr, Zubick has explained schools can offer courses which would provide on-lhe-job train- int; for those students in need of such courses arid programs. Iraumig set The work experience program was established by the depart- ment of education in the New School Act Under the work experience concept, students spend periods of regular school time in such fields as hospital M'ork, weld- inp shops, heavy equipment ser- vicing, merchandising, dairy work, printing anil machine shop trades. Two courses, NVork Experi- ence i5 and r-arry five cred- its e.-tcli and can he taken in one or two years. Enrolment itutv Lrlnle v' I March 1, 1972 _ THE IHHBRIDCI HERAID _ Pray for the world DAYTON ULNS) 'Die Catholic Women's will tiosl tlic World Day of Prayer service al p.m." rri- itay, March :i, iit the New Dav- lon rniUxl Clmrcli. All women are invited Lu at- Icntl. lo explain scliool cosU1 NATAL (HNS1 Enrolment in elementary schools has more than doubled in I he Fcniie school district since and it is expeclcti to almost triple this year. There have liocn enrolment jumps in the secondary level but not a I. quite Ihc same pace. Al Johnson, of ele- mentary schools, prepared the figures. From students in ele- NEW YKAR'S CKRIJMO- Canadinns al Talier arc introduced to Uucldbu by monk Chhcwang Jime, also shown lighting candles, Tnc crt'cmony syni- tin-owing off nmt fault in preparation for tlic new year. Sonic tossed wlu-al kernels in tbc air for n prosperous new year. Tibetans celebra tc mentary classes in the school district in enrolment in lin- ed to in 1971, anci is ex- -17 pc-cted to increase to 2.823 by n CW 1 CUT'S Yet, despite the massive and almost continuous construction projects. Spar wow! elementary schools just recently ended u shift system for five c1 asses. However, the school is now very said Mr. John- son, ''and will he back on shift in Hie fall unless some other plan can be worked oul.'' Pee wee tourney sel BLAIKMOKK (CNT Bureau 1 A vwo-day pee hockey lournampnl will ho held in the TJ1 air more Arena March ami 5. Trams from lA'thhi'idge, PiiH-her Creek. Taber. Calpury, Willow Park, Calpary nicel Pincher Creek. Tins will ho Eollowwl by a Taber Blair- more game al a.m. Calgary Willow Point will meet Fertile at 2 p.m. anrl trary Acadia play H i vc r at 4 20 p. m vi t he loser of the first, and second High River, niairniore P'errir. B.C., will take tlic two-day rvenl. Thn players will he panics plnv to he followed billeted in local hotels. (lames will star I a I n a.m. games playing at 7 p.m. Sunday at n.m. winners ol Hie first and second Saturday a-m. bv Ibe losers of Saturday l.X'lhbridtlr will i panics. and By HOSS Glim Herald Nrws Service TABER H was a "Happy New Year" recently at the Ta- bcr Royal Canadian Legion Hall when three .score Tibetan new ('a nar I i a ns observed the spiritual ritual associated wiHi I hoi r traditional New Year's Day observance. T li P week-long celebration held in their native laud was condensed lo a single day he- cause of Ihc necessity to en- gage a public hall normally the first days are observed al home. They celebrated on the third day of thn first, week of the year according to Ibe Cln- nes-e culendar. The day was .spent in prepar- ing the hull and altar for the evening ceremony for which these immigrants came not tin- preparcfl. All Ihc necessary Fun spiel won by Krycska, NATAL (IINS) The Spar- wood Ladies Curling Club re- eenlly held its annual Invila- Lien.il Fun Spiel at tlic Natal Curling Rink with rink.s from Klkford, Illiiirmore, Colcrnan, Fernic and Sparsvood compet- ing for priv.cs in Uircc events. fourth Saturday and vcslmcnls 'wpr'n I on inanfi. flrpss was eV' Allovc Ihc alinr were na- and banners along with a picture of (heir Vanoni rink of Blair- religious and political loader now in exile in India, His Holi- ness the Dalia Lama. Offerings to Buddha of food, excluding meal, adorned the al In the feated tllc Molly Doratty rinh in the final. Queen of the Fun Spiel was "A" event the Vic Quarin of Spanvood and Krycska rink of C'olcman cojv j the princesses were Lois De- pert the priz e, defeating the I Lnca and Pam Bowdcn. Bcna more. Tlie "B" event wns won hy Ihe Mary Milchell rink of Spar- wood. The "C" event went lo Hie eafll and silvcr vcsscl Myrtle Corny rink winch de-1 ilaving special significance in assuring prosperity for the new year. One of Ilicir number rn o n k Cbhcwnng Jimp, a priest who officialcd in the preparalion of the offering, also officiated in the introduction of each person to Buddha. Men coining first, followed by women and children, and each wearing an open mesh neck scarf, presented themselves be- fore Ihe monk who removed the scarf symbolizing the throwing off of trouble and fault. Following an individual pray- er lo Buddha and a blessing by the monk, the scarf is re- placed lo begin the new year afresh. Parlicipant.s then tasted an unleavened flour mixture and tossed kernels of wheat into the air in of a year of plenty. A large of Tabor peo- ple including instructors of the Tibetan classes, business peo- ple, and .some invited guests, joined in the foslhe meal of oriental foods, being served first by llm Row! hosts Hie Ti- betan people are. Some entertainment was pro- vided in the form of an infor- mal ethnic dance, rhythm pro- vided by the chants of the par- ticipants. ACTING MATRON Miss Michelle Brissetie of ihn 1 T.I Tober Girl Guicfe Company takes over matron's duties ol Ilir Tobor General during the rcccnl Girl Guiclo-Doy Scout Week. AMisling her is molron Mrs. Mci.y Mardinfl. -ROii Gibb Photo I Leslie Pelcrson heads Hub N'ATAI. (IfNRi Tl'" fJirlr, Chili Si. Miclinol's Cnllxilic Ctnirdi, 8 p ,1 r w n o rpconlly held election of officers for the. 1072 lerm. Klectnd Pe-lcr- rjn. piTfidonl; Olnllp Cote, i f e-prc'MclrMl; Linda Pisoni, scci-plsvy; and Pisirin, PINUIEH CHEKK (Special! The Pinclicr Creel school division will hold annual meet- inss for nil sulxlivisions in the' scfiool division. There will one al Living- stone .'thsol. Saturday. March 11. al 2 p.m.. ami one at I'in-' elicr Creek al tlic Canyon i School, Monday, March al 8 p.m. CHOIl.-M, H'OIIKSIIOP A workshop in clioral Icchniijiie will ho hold al 10 a.m. Satur- day al .St. Schrxil C'onldalc. nink-r thf direction Dr. David Slutkcr. pres- ident n[ lln .Mhvrla Chnral Mireelors Associpl'ma. Tlie rnivorsity Alljerta TuncrMl Clic.il- udl assist. Clmir di- reelins. siiisjrrs. and inlc-rosl- eit imblie arp invited In :it- U'nd. Tltcrc1 is no registration lee. Dr. J Jas.se I lo help disturbed in E. Koolcmtv CrtANBROOK Dr. f. M. Hassclhach. psychi- a'.rist al Kivervicw, will lake Die post of psychiatrist at the East Koolcnay Mental Health Clinic here in March, Staff psychologist is Michael All-stars chosen FORT MACLEOD ISpccial) Throe For! Maclewi toys, Danny Unless, Rickey Ken- nedy and Brant Hurlbarl, at- tending the Alaska Methodist University at Fairbanks, have, been chosen to play hockey been chosen (o play hockev with the all-stars in the Arctic Winter Games. The games be- at Whitehorse, Yukon I Territories. social worker is Yirgit Brown; and a new nurse, .Mrs. John Cox. ivill ar- rive from Vancouver May I. This public mental clinic was chosen in preference lo a hospital mental health j treatment unit as being able to i give miich wider service. i Medical referrals a.'e prcfcr- red hut direct help to the dis- turbed is available on appli- cation Et the Ofntre. More district oil page 11 It's easy to get 'carried away1 with Alpha Milk on your mind Alpha shoppers oflen 'buy the case' %o they seldom run oul of Nature's mosl versatile food. They know wtuil generations of good cooks have discovered in.it rc.illy successful cooking, baking, dessem and toppings begin wjih Alpha's conccnlrnlcxl qualify. So crr.imy H whips. So good, we gunranlee il, UncoiuJilionally. Fine Alpha products from the land of milk and honey, ;