Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
y, Worth 4, I97i THE IETHBRIOGE HHAiO Thinking Day PINCHER CREEK (Special) Recently Thinking Day and enrolment services were held by the 1st Pincher Creek Guido Company in the Dieppe Memo- rial Broivn Owl Conine Wheeler was present as guest of honor. Mrs. Marion McGarva pre- sented Mrs. Wheeler with a small gift from the local guide association. Shelly Klovansky, MarrUyrra Killoraii, Linda Kerr and Joy Winters renewed their Guide Promise and were welcomed into the company by Captain Eomerville. Banquet held BARNWIi (HNS) Scout Week here began with par- ent and son banquet in the Barnwell Cultural Hall. A first aid demonstration was portrayed by three scouts, Douglas Wedcl, Murray Grigor, and Malcolm Kano. Scouts Don Tanner, Tracy Johnson, Bob Shimbashi, Dale Anderson, Terry Edwards and Robert Wells staged a skit. Richard Bailey was chosen to give a toast to the parents, to which his father, J. C. Bailey, ably responded. Earl Ellingson, president of the Flatlands district, spoke on camping expeditions. There were several elfecllve projects on display in the hall Values rise STIRLING (HNS) Real estate values have risen within the past two years as more are moving to the community and establishing good homes. The value of lots are still Cardston Co-op names directors Mrs. Williams heads Ladles'1 Aid GIIANUM (HNS) Mrs. I'red (Catherine) Williams was elected president of the Ladies' Aid of the Granum Christian Reformed Church at the recent meeting held in the church basement. Other officers are: vice-pres- Pupil-teacher ratio of 20 to one sought By MA11G LUNN Herald News Service PINCHER CREEK At (lie February meeting of tnistces or the Pincher Creek school di- vision it was decided that the superintendent be instructed to seek a pupil-teacher ratio of 20 to one for 1972-73 in such a way Jablonski to perform at Vauxhall VAUXHALL (HNS) The Vauxhall Community Choir, which has performed at nu- merous functions here in the past years, will present a dif- ferent kind of emertaiiimenl March 11. They will co-sponsor with the department of culture, youth and recreation, a concert by (he well known pianist Marek Jafolonski. The concert will be held in the V a u r h a 11 Elementary School at 8 p.m. A Canadian, Mr. Jablonski has gained international ognition for his in terp relations of Haydn, Beethoven and Cho- pin. He has performed in many European countries and has just returned from a concert tour of Belgium, Russia and Italy where his concerts were repeatedly sold out. that the diversity of programs is maintained where possible. Tlu's will mean that some programs may have to be re- duced or dropped; that teach- ing staff could assume heavier work loads; and that some oi the teachers who resign will not be replaced. The board noted that prelim- inary budget estimates show a deficit for 1972 far in excess of considerably less than those of larger communities. The village owns building sites that can be purchased reasonably. The village council have been watchful that not too much livestock is allowed in town thus keeping it pleasant. Topic is taxes URASSY LAKE (HNS) J. A. Williams will bo speaking at the G r a s s y Lake Assump- tion Hall Wednesday evening March 8. His topic will be the Whit By CATHERINE HULL Herald News Service C'AIIDSTON A lively nnual meeting of the Cardston Co-op Creamery saw 65 people >resent with only about 10 who vere not shareholders. The report of improvements or the year showed that a ear- on machine and a homogenizer were purchased. Tho milk room was repaired. More milk is being sold, which means a higher salary for the milkman. A resolution that the board >e changed from seven mem- to live was defeated. The term of office for three directors was up: Mrs. Mar garet Pitcher, Russell Kear and Marvin Carlson. Successfu candidates were: Mrs. Pitcher Lynn Reeder and Pete Black Paper on taxation. Everyone is welcome t attend. Elect Mrs. Ford COUTTS (HNS) Mrs. W. R Ford of Coutts was electe< vice-president of the South A Deer enter stack yards I PINCHER CREEK (Special) With the heavy snow in areas around Pincher Creek it has been found the shy white- tailed deer are eating hay- stacks. Many attempts had been m a d e to scare these animals nway but hunger overcomes their fear. Herds of as many as 75 to a ]00 have been seen in fields near secondary roads on the outskirts of town. Some of the braver endmals ere Invading stacks located in the farmers' yards. (lie deficit it had in 1971. Further work is required on the budget in an attempt to re- duce this deficit as much as possible. Questions of supplies issued to students in schools and ol the present policy not to close schools in Pincher Creek be- cause of weather conditions were discussed, with decisions in both cases being left until after tho annual meetings due on March 11, (Lundbreck) and March 13, (Pincher It is hoped that members of the public interested in these questions will be at the meet- ings to take part in discussion. W. Pinkney, vice-principal of Matthew Hallon High School, gave the board information about the work experience pro- gram. Appreciation of the as- sistance provided by local busi- nesses was expressed. Hours for the divisional of- fice were changed and from March 1 the office will open nt a.m. and will close at p.m. Monday through Fri- day. The boa rd decided to con- tinue its membership in the Southern Alberta School Au- thorities Association as done during the last round of Tony Aspcslcl, dairy inspec- tor for the department of agri- Iture, Letliuridge, spoke on e new market-sharing pro- sal for Alberta dairymen. He plained changes in the quota stem. He said there were no sur- uses of dairy products as ere- were two years ago. There arc less prc- ucers in Canada but Cana- ans are consuming ounds more butter. He gave he reason for less producers s being increased production osts, shortage of farm labor, ome cutting down on produc- 011 because of the quota, while Uiers have gone into beef cat- le. berta Presbyterial at the a nual conference which was held recently in the MeKillop United Church, Lethbridge. Mrs. Ray Schmitt of Milk River was elected chairman of ministry and personnel. negotiations ol contracts teachers. with Ice revue tlirills crowd at Pincher SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT 1 PINCHER CREEK (Special) ice revue presented by the local figure skating club was attended by a capacity crowd. During the intermissions, mu- sic was provided by the com- munity band. As usual younger meat bere stole the show. Show Time 72 was under the direction of the club profes- sional, Peggy Braun, and her assistant, K. C. Soloh were presented by Mona Billey, Ramona Shemko, Bonnie Tomik, Vicki Dressel, Patty Pefrone, Dorothy Smith, Larry Kempf and Carol Ann Jubasck. Pairs participating included Kathy Baxter and Brace Elliott and Cathy Anderson and Susan Shearer. Susie Z o n d a find Frank Nowosad, guest performers, delighted the crowd with their pairs and solo numbers. April fight coining FORT MACLEOD (HNS) April is Cancer Month. Cancer can be beaten. The local executive of the Fort Macleod chapter of tho Canadian Cancer Society is making plans to observe the month. Arrangements for a daffodil sale are in the making. Tho Theta Rho club will appeal in yellow jackets with pails of tha spring flowers on March 30 and April 1. The annual meeting is tenta- tively set for March 27 in the United Church Hall. Attending will be Cecil Gordon of Leih- bridge who is an honorary member of the Macleod branch and is well known for his asso- ciation with the cancer cru- sades. He will be accompanied by John Gogo, also a very active worker in the fight agains1 cancer. A special speaker will be an- nounced later. The local chapter is headed by Mrs. Janet Tube and her executive include Mrs. Lilly Middleton, Mrs. Win Anderson, Mrs. Lucille McRoberts and Mrs. Jean Swihart. Fashion show TURIN (HNS) "On th Gofl a fashion show and te; will be held at p.m. Thurs day, March 2- in the Iro Springs School. The combined fashion s h o and display will feature va ious garment made by sti dents during their sewin classes. Sewing classes were undi the direction of Mrs. Lawrenc (Pat) Doimulh, Mrs. Mik (Alice) Paskal and Mrs. Frc (Louella) Karrcns. These classes were held Picture Butte B-arrhil, Baroi Iron Springs and Turin. The hostesses will be 1 members of the Tops Club. llollie Stewart explains pension plan March 9 idcnt, Mrs. Peter (Dorothy) do Boer; secretary, Mrs. Art (Al- berta) Having a; treasurer, Mrs. A. (Johanna) Hillebrancl; director, Mrs. A. (Anna) Van Mucrs; and general assistant, Mrs. Klass (Annie) Poelman. Field officer G. R. (Hoilie) Stewart will inform residents of Magrath and Oardston about the Canadian Pension Plan. Mr. Stewart will meet inter- ested persons from to 11 a.m. Thursday, March 9, in (lie Magralh town hall. At Cardston he will be avail- able to the p u b 1 i c from 1 to p.m. the same day at the town hall. Mr. Stewart will questions about the answci Canada WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Industrial Demolition Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST WON Truck loadi Carloads Truck Scales Magnet Crane National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap Is Our BusTneji" ension plan, old age security ind the guaranteed income upplement. MEETS TUESDAY COALDALE (HNS) Coaldale and District Fish and Gamo Association will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 7, in the John Davidson School. Natura films will bo shown. The.. Is On the Way! Slimmers host weight losers COTJTTS (HNS) The Bor- der Slimmers of Coutts and Sweetgrass, Mont., invited tho women of the Sunburst Tops Club from Montana, to dinner, songs, fun and games at tho Coutts Civic Centre. The evening's entertainmenl was held in recognition of tho Sunburst Club winning in a weight-losing competition. It was also a return invita- tion for a party given the Bor- der Slimmers, Does the fact that we're guaranteed twice as long, mean that we're twice as good? We can't prova it, but OP9 thing's sure: we'ra twice ot confident. Our warranty lasts for two or miles. Whichever comes Anybody else's warranty (with the notable exception ot Rolls-Royce) is good for only 12 months or miles." How con we do it? We're the only ones who have sluck wiln one car model for 24 yean. Tims enough to improve and reiino it over times. Wa pay a legion of inspectors to make ture nolhing leaves our hands that shouldn't leave our hands. And we're the only car makers with an afec- Ironic system lhat protects our cars after they leave our hands. So while a Volkswagen may no! be the lowest-priced economy cor you can buy, once you check into what you gel for what you pay, you'll find very few car companies who, in reality, end up with their prices lower. And none who start out with iheir standards higher. GRAND OPENING SATURDAY, MARCH 4th FREE COFFEE end DONUTS SPKIA.UZIN6 IN Target Rifles Pistols Shotguns, Skeet and Trap Reloading Equipment Hiking and Camping Equipment Fishing Equipment AUTHORIZED DEAUR FOR 9 Hodaka Carabella Montessct Motorcycles 9 Scorpion Snowmobiles and Equipment CONGRATULATIONS TO PLAINSMAN SPORTS LTD. FROM REMINGTON ARMS OF CANADA LTD. LAURENTIDE FINANCE LTD. Proud Termt for Your Cviftmwr BARQTTO SPORTS LTD, 603 7th St. S.W., Calgory, Alto. Phone 328-6822 PLAINSMAN SPORTS LTD 329 7th St. S.