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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ____. Saturday, MtiicK 1972 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD S n Okay heater CLAHESMOLM Town council was unanimous in passing a motion by Jim Wannnmaker to purchase .111 electric circulating with built-in fan. The 50-ycar-oM c o u n c i) chamber has been particularly coo] during Die cold wetthcr o[ recent times and councillors have had a hard time keeping their feet warm. Assessor named NATAL (HNS) At the reg- ular meeting of the District ot Sparwood council, municipal clerk Lorelta Montemurro re- ported to council on a meeting with Mr. Davidson of Ferule who had earlier offered bis ser- vices as an assessor to the dis- trict.. As a result of the meet- ing Mr. Davidson was given a contract for his service on a one-year trial basis at a cost to the municipality of approxi- mately For tiiis amount he will han- dle the entire assessment re- quirements Spanvuod. of the District of Hoop tourney NORLEFOnn The South west Senior Girls' Basketball Tournament began at 12 noon Saturday in the Noble Central High School gym here. The championship game is scheduled for 8 p.m. Nanton, Lundbreck, St. Mary's, Cardston, Noblefoid and Coalhursl teams are in The winner goes to the pro- vincial playoff at Sylvan Lake March 10 and 11. teachers teachers for the coming school term in September. Al Johnson, supervisor of do.- menlary education and N. A. Gill, principal of Ferine Sec- ondary School have been au- thorized (o attend leaclicr re- cruitment arrange menls in Vancouver in April. The boaixi has previously an- nounced that it expects to seek the services of 17 teachers and seven teacher-librarians. Open Wednesday CAKDSTON (HNS) The Cardslon Medical Clinic is now open on Wednesday afternoons on a trial basis. It is open all day on Satur- day. Because of this, one of the drugstores here will remain open until 6 p.m. on Wednes- day. This will replace Ihe Wednesday evening hours. There are six doctors at the Return home STIRLING (HNS) Mr. ami Mrs. Farrell NYlson and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Petersen have returned from a vacation in Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. M a r v y n Hirsche enjoyed a trip to Las Vegas, Nev., by way of Provo, Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mc- Glenn also vacation in the southwest slates this winter Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chrislen- sen are still enjoying Arizona living. Pick candidate COLEMAN Bureau) The first in a scries of 10 nom- inating meetings for the Con- serbative Federal Constituency of Rocky Mountain commences at 8 p.m. Monday, March 6, in t h c Crowsnest Consolidated lligh Ecbool auditorium Joe Clarke, Hugh Gourlay and Doug Caston are contest- MIXED-BREED ZEBRA MARE FOAL HAS HIGH SPIRITS Half-zebra is bcsl colored horse in soiilh COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Letlibndge Herald Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR General Delivery GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY 1URNPULL General Delivery PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON Gort. Del. RAYMOND MRS. OEtIA WOOLF Gen. Del. TURIN Mrs. Paulin Juhar................Phone 738.4394 Conrnct theie tor your District Ncwi or Classifier! Advertising 'PASS ('.AMI') Snowmo- biles and hunters are driving big game farther and farther away from residential areas in the Crnwsnesl Pass, Bui Ihe animals art (here, if you have Hie snow.slinc.s lo hiVc closr enough to them. Vcrn JDccotix of Tlie Herald's 'Pass Hurc an made lliesc photo- graphs with a lelepholo lens. Drug seminar succeeds COALDAIjE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the follow ng infant and pre-school clinics: CO A.L1IUHST: Tuesday, March 7, in the Royal Cana- dian Legion Hall from 10 a.m. to 12 nyon atid 1 lo 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, March in the health unit office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and lo 4 p.m. NOBLEKOKU: Wednesday, March 8 in the school from to p.m. VAUXIIALL: W e d n e s day March 8, in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. CO A LI) ALE: .Thursday, March 9, in the health unit of- fice (upstairs in the Town Of- fice Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon ana to p.m. TABER: Thursday, March B. in the health unit office in the Administration Building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. SIIAUGIINESSY: .Friday, March 10, in the school from to p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at. all clinics free of charge. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 145- 3388: Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, med- ical officer of health, urges par- ents- to ensure their cliildren are fully protected against con- tagious disease. Ily PAUL ANDERSES' Herald News Service CLAHESHQLM Jack Oak- y, executive director of tho A'.cohol and Drug Education Association of Alberta said il was "most gratifying" to see lie way this town responded to Jic recent three-day drug semi- nar. This was the first time a three-day seminar was held where the aim was "total com- munity he said. The community took positive action. Forty people in the Wil- low Creek High School auditor- ium insisted on having their names added to a committee to work towards filling needs of what was termed a "people problem." The three-day seminar was assisted by 22 resource people from the University of Calgarj1 and the ADEA as well as a number of other people from the legal and medical profes- sions. There was a group of evan- gelists from a Calgary congre- gation who took the opportunity to make some converts and join in the "buzz sessions." Some of the !ong-haircd remarked "Ihis is the first time we have been able to talk' to the older people in the town. Mayor Ernie Patterson sain e has received a lot of phoii calls expressing satisfaction vilh the conference and th way the communication bar riers were broken down. The sessions included such al- ternatives to drug use as yoga, leather tooling and crafts, and even a talk on karaii and self- The need (o relieve frustra- tions and tensions and stimu- late better communication be- tuccn people in a community defence. stressed over and over One session was devoted to I again, breaking down the communica- tions barriers and give the var- By RUTH Herald News Service STIRLING Zebras and horses are reputed not lo fancy each oilier romantically. However, t w o years ago a zebra stallion was im- ported to an Oregon horse ranch with the results of a mixed-breed, mare foal. At present Ihis unusual ani- mal is at the Alsask yard, Letbbridge. Her markings are much like Tree-pruning CHARES HOLM Council gave approval to a mo- tion by Councillor James Wan- namaker to authorize William Ryning, Claresholm town fore- man, to attend a tree-pruning course at Brooks. Tree pruning is done in thr winter months by the town crew when other work is feasible. ous age groups a chance to now each other as human icings and people rather than hostile groups ill a segregated community. This was done by firet divid After the formal part of the seminar was over the local and district people were almost una- nimous in the opinion that a "people's place was urgently needed. Dr. Alan MacLeod, superin- dent of schools, summarized it ng 200 people in two groups this wav. "There is an appar- s-ith the young on one side of erlt tm. a cenlre the hall and the older people on the other. The two groups were then told to form two large circles and walk past each other with- out talking and taking a good look at the other (aces. Groups of four people from the older group and four from Lhe younger side were xuiiled into groups of eight and (hey were sent into various rooms and circles to talk over a "psycho-drama" they had just witnessed. It showed how mem- bers of a family can build walls around each other which makes communication impossible. After the groups had talked for a while, each group select- ed a member to give n sum- mary of the opinions through a "mike" carried around by the councillors. A discussion was held on what motivated people to drink too much and harm themselves in various ways. where people can meet on person-fo-person level where activities would be avail- able but not highly-organized or structured a place where people from every area of the community and every group would be welcome such activities as crafts and arts, yoga groups and tele- vision can be Bonnie Kruzcuiski skates at liiffh River at 7 o'clock HIGH RIVER Bonnie Kruzeniski, a former member of the University of Saskatch- ewan skating team, will be the feature skater at tonight's High Hiver Ice Carnival. Miss Kruzeniski, who this year is figure skaiing instruc- tor for three southern Alberta communities 'Including High River, is an accomplished per- former, having obtained her fifth figures title. She is also holder of Junior Silver Dance and Silver Free Skate honors. Other attractions at the big show which gels under way at 7 o'clock tonight, promise to More district OJJL page 9 zebra, although darker and she has a dark strip down the back. Her cars are short and her spirits are high. Owner John Drewi-y of Stir- ling has boon working to halter- break the "zony" and although progress is being made she often comes out fighting. There have been thoughts of training Ihe mare for side- One Ihing is certain, [his i colored horse-zebra is in a' class all by herself. PINCHER CREEK SNOWMOBILE RACES or BUCKHORN GUEST RANCH 17 miles west on West Castle Road MARCH 11th and 12th Registration by o.m. Racing at 12 Noon For information phone 627-4134 or 627-3904 provide a full evening of enter- tainment for Ihe whole family. Costume skating featuring participants young and old, will open the evening's events. OK BEAUTY CLARESHOLM Council has approved Mrs. Joanne Ro- loff's application to open a beauty shop In the Atkinson Block here, Couple marks anniversar Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lehlo celebrated their wedding anniversary re- cently al the Barrhill Commu- nily Hall. About 150 guesis attended. An evening of dancing to the music of the Norgard Orches- tra was enjoyed. Mrs. Jennie Barvir presented a purse of money to the couple from those present. Attending the gnest hook was Mrs. Barvir; their son Marvin j Lento; and nieces Shirley and 1 Diane Lehto. Head table guests were their son, Marvin Lehto; daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kiiensasser and children of Bellevue; Mr. and Mrs. Dot? Kujala, Mr. and Mrs. Wally El- liot of Calgary; Harold Lehto of Carmangay; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Krisher of Busby, Mr. and Mrs. Ffarold Anneable of Lelhbridgo and Leo Lehlo and Louise Johnson of Barrbill. MOUNTAIN J SOD UNDERGROUND WATER SERVICES 9 SODDING LANDSCAPING UNDERGROUND SPRINKLING for mora information contact LOGAN PORTER IETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA PHONE 328-0934 Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernun Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmora Phone 562-2T49 AMERICAN BREEDERS SERVICE A. I. SCHOOL MARCH 13th to 17th CONTACT LETHBRIDGE ARTIFICIAL BREEDERS ANIMAL CLINIC STOCKYARDS PHONE 327-8812 MIKE DONKIN Thane 328-2569 ARNOLD VAN KESSEl Phong 345-3010 SOCIAL SERVICES DIRECTOR CITY OF MEDICINE HAT A Director is required to carry ouf a Preventive Sociaf Service Program in Ihe City of Medicine Hal, include community organ izaf ion, service co-ordination, public re- lot ion i, interpretation of philosophy, recreation a no" odmin- istrclion of fhe over all program. Applicants should have experience and skill in community work and a dedicated interest in people. The successful candi- date may have n professional degree in any variety of disciplines (i.e. social work, psychology, education, theology, physical education, economics, eic.) or an equivalent com- bination of education and experience. The person musr have demonstrated a good level of maruriiy and" history of involvment of achievement in communily affairs. This is o challenging opportunity for an i ma gin a five ap- proach fo create and develop: community resources, com- munity lervices and1 the use of volunteers Tn trie area of family and Individual service. Training and coniultation will be available fo tho appointee from rhe Provincial Department and the iclary will eom- meniurafp wirh Stole so lory expected. Forward confidential enquiries wilh brief outline of exper- ience and per5onal cJoia lo the undersigned: Forward confidential enquiries wilh brief oulline of exper- ience oncf personal dafa to undersigned: Personnel Officer Ciry Half Medicine Hcif, Alberta. Tim n dvc nine men 1 will ho effective unl.l fhfi nosilion filled. OPEN SATURDAY WITCHCRAFT WQN'T WORK on your INCOME TAX But WE WILL! Taxes tricky business, but our yean of experience have COMPLETE provided us with all tho RETURNS magic formula I. Avoid toil end trouble, let BLOCK brew up your tax return! It's a good place to your confidence, ciinTtnmrr ____ We gimintee accurate preparation of every tax return. If we maVe any errors that cost you any penalty or in- terest, we will pay only that penalty or interest._____ Over 6000 Offlcei lit Ksrfft Jmetfc. 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Woekdoyi, 9-5 Soturdoy Phona 327-3712 I NO APPOINTMENT ;