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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Moreh IS, 1971-1HE UTHBRIDGE 331 new Blumell hosts parents at two Raymond schools RAYMOND bouse during (HNS) Open. The two schools hnve some the recent of the most modern equipment By NANCY MILES Special Correspondent CRANBROOK Pooled sum- inary by the Department of Re- gional Expansion on regional development incentives act for November, December and Jan- uary shows "approval cffers ol subsidy" in southeastern Brit- ish Columbia makes possible 331 new jobs in industry at a tola! investment. Most are in various phases ol wood manufacture. Thd 10 incentive granl approvals arc established 01 their own merits on the basis of a percentage of cost cligibli for grant, plus an establishec rate per new job created. Largest of these is at Trai for a new facility for Premier Wood Products Ltd. t manufacture hockey sticks am employ 88 persons. Incentives offer is on the basis o! the eligible cost. Holiday Equipmen Ltd. has an offer of for a Grand Forks plant to make modular homes at a cost of employing 60 persons. Kimberlcy Building Products Ltd. was offered a grant for a facility to make concrete blocks, employing 17 persons. Offer to International Log Homes of Canada Ltd., Vic- toria, is for a pre-fabricated log home plant at Rock Creek employing 14 persons is of the estimated eligi- ble cost. Fred Holmes Fuel Injection Sales and Service Ltd. has been offered for a new facility at Cranbrook for rebuilding fuel injectors for diesel engines. It wilt employ 13 persons. Marlex Enviro Systems and Hesources Ltd. of Seattle has been offered for a new facility at eligible cost of 200 to employ 17 persons. Its product utilizes waste to- ward oil absorbent in this age of fuel leakage accidents. The final three a re'closer to primary wood manufacture. "Hie F. R. Rotter Lumber Com- pany Ltd., Salmo qualified for offer on a ex- pansion of lumber and chips manufacture to employ seven persons. Mica Dam Sawmills Ltd., Kelowna, is offered 665 for a sawmill ex- pansion and modernization at Revelstoke employing an addi tional eleven. Brisco vSawmills Ltd., Brisco In the Columbia Valley is offer- ed in expansion into kiln dry and dressed studs at an es- timated cost of add- ing seven new jobs. cation Week at Uic junior and liigh schools here proved to be insight into a chance for an modern education. to be found in any school in Alberta. It organized by the staff with James Blumell, principal tuchia Phofo DAWSON TROPHY Nobleforcf Masonic Lodge III proudly displays the Dawson Trophy, emblematic of curl- ing supremacy for District II. Nobleford svon the trophy for the first time recently at Carmangay due to 1he curling talents of Ed Sanderson, Clarence Erickson, Hugh Thomson and Gordon Luchia. Rev. Peter Dawson put the trophy up for annual competition in 1955. su us By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABP1R Tabcr School Div- ision No. 6 ended ttic 1971 fiscal year with a surplus of The year's expenditures of were about above the figure budgotted and higher than 1970. Comparison of the major items of expenditure over the past two years: Administration instruction, instructional aids, plant oper- ation and maintenance, 728 debt charges, and trans- portation, At year-end, tlie division car- ried n debenture debt of 791 which, during the life of ttie debentures, require inter- est payments of for a present and future debt pay- ment amounting to Tlie annual meeting was held at Vauxhall Tuesday. Today the annual meeting wai scheduled to be held at Taber These include for at tendance at meetings, fo mileage, for attendanc at conventions, for ad ministrative and supervis o r work, totalling Payments to individual trus lees range from to for the year's service on th school board. f the two schools, the host. Staff members arranged and cmonstrated the use of school quipment fi-om tlie science ooni.s to the art studio where rt work was displayed. Tlie receiving broadcasting eleyision unit drew much at- enlion from the large au- ience, many of whom were un- waro there was one in tire County of Warner for school se. Tlie physical education dem- nstratiion was presented early the evening in the main gymnasium. A television sot ;avc the audience two views of be floor demonstration. There are 28 teachers in the wo schools. A chart was dis- laying on one wall showing he total staff teaching years, 2.1 years. There are 34 degrees in the clMol, obtained over a total of 29 years at a minimum cost of Principal Blumell Introduced Murray Holt, chairman of edu. Cation for tlie County of War- ner and also the elected mem' ber from Raymond area. Tn his brief remarks, Mr. Holt nfcrmed his audience, many of vhbm were taxpayers, where portions of their tax money is used. Education for tlie county op erates on 44 mills which is per cent ol county money. Mr. Holt quoted figures from [he Foundation Program and Funds for Alberta showing was paid to Alber- ta school boards, representing 87 per cent of tlieir total ex- penditures. This included from provincial revenues; the balance frcm a levy on equal- iked assessment. Property tax revenue paid only about 40 per cent o[ tho money spent on education. Each staff member was traduced by Mr. Blumell; they in turn spoke briefly on the por- tion of tho curriculum, they teach. At the present time seme staff members are teaching in both junior and high. SIMPSONS-SEARS Complete Stereo Music System Save Space Allinrone Everylhing you need for a complete sys! stereo radio, radio phone. Soltef Slate fully Iran sisrcri zed circuitry for long dependable performance. A host of wonderful fealurei in this tremendous value. Controls for bass, treble, balance. De- luxe BSfi changer with diamond needle, Malching itand .................................29.98 Headphones 19.58 and 29.98 Spanish Credeiiza-plays AM-FM-Stereo; Phono-Tapes WITHOUT TAPE RECORDER A magnificent, space-saving, decor-matching conjoin 1o en- hance your living lend a fresh dimension 1o your ap- preciation of fine sound sound created by expert technical craltmanship. 2025 Changer, 11" turntable. Complete with sap- phire needles and ceramic cartridges. Automatic shut-off. "Audio System. 6 speakers, 2 9" oral; 4 tweeters. Paral- lel type jocVis let you have extra speakers for other rooms. 'Cassette Deck is built in. features automatic volume control, 6 piano-key type controls, digital counter with re-set button. QUALITY COSTS NO MORE AT SIMP SONS-SEAR! STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 o.m. !o p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 Lale shopping tiling of past TABER (HM3) The Taber Businessmen's Association has spoken and Saturday evening late shopping here has ended. Town council voted to amend the hours of closing bylaw which had permitted shopping Saturdays to 8 p.m. though, by mutual agreement stores have been closing by 6 p.m. during the winter montlis. RAYMOND (HNS) A Ray- mond school teacher, Duane H. Forsylh, will seek tlie nomina- tion at the upcoming Progres- sive Conservative convention at Medicine Hat. He has taught school for eight years in junior high here. Born at Magrath, he served years in the RCAF, 10 years with Squadron 565 Tinyal Cana- dian Air Cadets, Raymond. Active in political circles, he has been a member cf the ex- ecutive of the Medicine Hat fed- eral and the Cardston provin- cial Progressive Conservative associations four years. A past president of the Ray- mond branch, Royal Canadian Ixigion, Mr. Forsylh has been active in the Alberta Teachers Association; held tho office of secretary of (he Alberta Hatch- Ing Egg Association' and for five years was president of the Welling Mutual Telephone Com- pany. Mr. Forsyth has taken an ac- tive part in tlic Boy Scouts. MR. FOItSYTH He has sung with the Bay- mond CavaJier (male) Chorus: Edmonton Teachers Mixed Chorus. He is married with live chil- dren Greg Pruden wins event NATAL (IMS) Three rinks from Spanvood recently competed in UK Selkirk Men's Open Bonspiel at Cranbrook with the Greg Pmden rink, Sid Shower held for Tilrin miss TURM (HNS) A commu- nity bridal shower was held re- cently in the Turin school au- ditorium to honor Miss Deb- orah Dcnisc Stauth. A picture story scraphook was compiled by guests and presented to ber. Miss Karen Staulli, sister of Ilie bride, played two piano se- lections. Mrs. Alfred (Ellen) Oscen gave a reading. Mrs. Harvey (Irene) Gier presented the bride willi gifts. Assisting the bride at the gift table were her bridesmaids, Miss Gloria Sosick, Miss Mary Chronik and Miss Valerie Stauth. Miss Karen Stauth and Miss Patty vStauth, junior brides- maids assisted in displaying the gifts. Mrs. Harvey (Irene) Gicr, Mrs. Steve