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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta I _ THl UTHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Mnich 8, 1973 I iYeiu rink The Clare.iholm Curling Club's new rink will be completed May 1. March 30 a lap-o-thon will be held al Ihe Willow Creek Composite High School to raise money to buy an artificial ice plant. The club is currently canvass- ing town and district for funds. All contributions will be held in trust by the Town of Claresholm. ll's a four-lane rink. Crowsnest Pass News Meet teachers tonight COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) A parent teacher night, to mark Education Week, will be held in the Crowsnest Consoli- dated High School tonight at o'clock. An Interesting program is Plans show home TABER (HNS) A show home will he built at 4618 50th Ave. here to be open for public viewing during the ro- cteo Victoria Day holiday, says Dclyrm Leavitt of R and-' D Builders, local contractors. planned'.' It will include'a per- ormance by Ihe school band nder the direction of Arnold tlangold; a gymnastics display by cl'asses of Reno Castel- arin; a display of education materials; students' work; and parents will have the oppor- unlty of talking to teachers. Get your business costs in hand for less than 1OOQQ! with the Royal Digital V hand-held calculator from Eaton's Quick, convenient, quid end complete the Royal Digital V Hand-held Electronic Calculator. Designed to be used the office or on Ihe Royal V keeps your coils down while giving you a big edge time savings. The Royal Digital VIIIK Is deigned with the same high standards as rlie hand- held calculator, but fits your desk lop up for fess space than Ihe conventional calculators of yesterday. Excellent for long involved calculating or quick silent "over Ihe phone" answers. Both calculators are space-age engineered for today's fail-pace are priced at under 100.00. So get your business casts in your new Royal Digital V or Royal Digital VIIIK electronic catculalor from Eaton's today. Bolh machines perform all the basic functions, and provide for holding a conslant figure in calculations well as performing chain multiplication end division. With a minus sign readout for true credit balance: full floallng declmol (exponential capacity of 1.0000000 X 10-30 to 9.9999999 X 1 C key has two functions: all clears last entry. ROYAL DIGITAL V Regular price was nt only (including carrying ease and AC recharge The Hand-Held Model. Eight-digit display with bright, eaiylo- read blue-green figures. Rechargeable baltery provides power for accurate answers even when the current is low. AC Adapler recharges the battery overnight. Can be used on ordinary AC currertl and baliery will recharge simultaneously. Measures approximately 6 A x x weighs approx, 1 2-ounces. ROYAL DIGITAL VIIIK Each 2 more convincing reasons why Eaton's-Good Business The Desk Model. Eight-digit display wilh bright, easy-fo- ready blue-green figures. Uses ordinary AC current. low sleelc styling, approximately v x Light enough to be carried in your attache cose. Cctkulatort, Lower Floor EATON'S Shop Eaton's Tonight Until 9 and Friday 9 Til 9. Use Your Come True Card For Convenient Shopping. Workshop for drama Friday COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) A drama workshop for Crow's- nest Pass School Division eachers will be held in the Isabelle Sellon School Friday. The Pocket Lane Players from Calgary will be in the Pass to conduct a series of dra- matic workshops through- out the day. A session called "Knockout" will be held in the morning tor students at the Grade 6 level who will join the players. The afternoon will be spent by junior high students im- provising with players in a mu- sical dramatics number centred around the theme o! a newspa- per office. Teachers will meet with the players at p.m. Listens to music Dorothy Swetnam will adjudicate the Crowsnest Pass Music Feslival at the Isabelle Sellon School, Blairmore, March 12, 13 and 14. While heading the piano depart- ment for four years at the Canadian Academy in Kobe, Japan, she studied with the famous Russian pianist Leo- nid Kreutier and appeared in recital with him in Tokyo and Kobe. sing Australian melodies STIRLING (HNS) Grades 3 and 4 music pupils, under the direction of Mrs. Dor- othy Drewry, sang a selection of "Australian melodies for the annual school board meeting. Eight-year-old Jason Hartley introduced the class and selec- tions. Children singing lead parts were Randall Steed, B r e n d a Hartley, Shelley Oxley and Me- lonie Hieken. Lakeview Lions give power to Iiupeesa COWLEY (HNS) The Lakcview Lion's Club of Leth- bridge has electrified Camp Impeesa on Beaver Wines Lake. Recently an appeal was ex- tended to other Lions clubs to assist in this field of endeavor as the total cost of bringing in tlie electric power to the camp is about The Cowley Lions have enter- ed the picture and have pledged Camp Itnpeesa is a Boy Seoul camp but of re- cent years school and outside groups have been able to avail themselves of the facilities. Mayor for tt day Observing Boy Scout Week, Barry How of the 5th Taber Boy Scout Troop takes over duties as mayor of Taber. He is reviewing the financial statement of the town with Mayor Arthur H. Avery, left, and town council- lor Mike Powell. ______ 165 students attend school at Stirling says Stevenson 1 Ratepayers lined March 27 COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The Town of Cplcman annual ratepayers meeting will be held in the Coleman Central School auditorium at p.m. Tues- day, March 27. The Coleman Light And Wa- ter Company report will also be presented. All are welcome to attend. STIRLING (HNS> Princi-i pat Joseph Stevensen reported at the annual public school hoard meeting tie school now has an enrolment of 165 stu- dents. Last year there were 81 gov- ernment examination papers written. Sixteen students received an 'A" mark; 23 received 31 received 10 received "D'; and one correspondent student received an This is higher percentage marks than those on a provincial basis. Mr. Stevensen said the rela- tionship between the teachers school board and community is excellent. He reported the students have been very respectful o school property and any break- age or Damage has been only .hrough normal wear. The fire inspector recently visited the school and said the school building facilities are in good condition. Women's nighf COWLEY (HNS) Officers, and members of Chinook Lodge, 47, AF and AM held a wom- en's night in the Masonic Hail- recently. The entertainment committee, was headed by Ken Dczall and' D. R. Dennis. Women and their husbands enjoyed a chicken supper. DUNLOP FORD Rent-a-Trudc MEMBER Wants 12 acres NATAL (ITNS) The Pernlo I school board's building com- mittee has decided to seek a meeting with tte council of the City of Fernic in order lo ob- tsin a written commitment on acquisition of 12-acrcs of land for school purposes at the air- port. The committee also recom- mended to the board that the firm or Nixon and Browning be engaged to act as architects for the new addition lo the Spar- v.cod Secondary School and for the gym and classroom exten- sion at EUtford Elementary School. The board approved the recommendations. Secretary treasurer E. T. Chambers told the board thai approval had been received from Victoria for the schoo district to proceed with two renovation projects. One o! th< projects is tho re-arrangemen of the school board offices am board room to accommodate additional district staff and the second approved project was a mud-room for Grassmero. FORD PENTA-CAR SYSTEM Economy Cars Pinto Maverick Torino SPECIAL WEEKEND RATES CALL NOWI DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. 16th Avonut and M.M. Drive S., Ulhbriaa. Box 1234 Phone 328-8B61 "KT RENT-A-CAR FORD ;