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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March 19, 1971 - THE IETHSRIDGG HERALD - 3 Staff changes made CLARESHOLM (HNS) - The monthly meeting of the Willow Creek School Board began with the introduction and swearing in of Canon Ted Weare, who was elected by acclamation to fill the seat vacated by Howard Huddle. The board accepted the resignation of Mrs. Pearl Dobbie of Stavely effective June 30, and expressed the "special appreciation for her extra time spent with slower students." The board granted leave of absence to Mrs, Penny Wiig and Mrs. Minerva Herter of the school at Fort Macleod, for medical reasons to Sept. 1. Mrs. Ruby Mo-line of Lethbridge accepted the position at the P. P. Walshe Junior High from February to June 30 and Ian Thumbert of Calgary accepted a position for March and April to fill a vacancy at the high school vacated by Mrs. Wiig. Robert Whitehead was appointed to the staff of Stavely school as of September and will be allowed intern teaching during May and June. Mrs. Patricia Kellington of Fort Macleod and Mr. Gordon BRIGADE GETS PUMPER UNIT - Hillcrest Fire Chief Fred Jones, right, and members of the Hillcrest Volunteer Fire Brigade receive instruction from Ed Volley of the EMO fire commissioner's office, Edmonton, to become acquainted with the new equipment1 the brigade has acquired. The new truck, a pumper unit featuring four outlets, was given to Hillcrest Improvement District 5 through the provincial government. The truck has a pump built into the unit which can either fill the 350-gallon tank or pump water directly on a fire. A portable auxiliary pump is also part of the equipment that can-pump water through more than 1,700 feet of hose. The unit is also equipped to fight chemical, gas and oil fires. The Hillcrest brigade holds practices once a week. They are members of the Crowsnest Pass Mutual Aid Firefighting group which includes brigades from Bellevue, Frank, Blairmore and Coleman. - Vern Decoux Photos. Leadership courses set COALDALE (HNS)-Several recreational leadership training courses will be held in the Southern Alberta area, according to the Lethbridge County Southern Regional Recreation Board. The first is an athletic training workshop at the University of Lethbridge March 19 and 20. Training methods, prevention and treatment of athletic injuries will be studied. A baseball coaches workshop will be held in Calgary, April 10. It is designed to train potential baseball course instructors. They then can return to their communities and instruct local workshops. A provincial recreation leadership schooLwill be held from July 4 to July 31 in Drumhell-er. It is for students completing grade 11 by June, or interested adults. They too can return to their respective communities and provide the needed recreation leadership. Any person interested in attending any of these workshops is requested to contact the Coaldale recreation office, Box 869, Coaldale or phone 343-3746 for further information. Forbes - King of Claresholm have applied for bursaries. Mrs. A. Reikie of Nanton was given permission to attend a home economics seminar in Calgary May 6, 7 and 8. Brian Shantz of Nanton was allowed to attend a workshop on "color communication" (photography) in Banff. 4H speaking champions determined CRANBROOK (Special) -East Kootenay 4-H Clubs senior public speaking championship was won here by Susan Salan-ski of South Country Beef Club on the topic "What 4-H Means to Me." Winner of the junior championship, 14 years and under, was Anne Stephenson, Lake Windermere Beef Club. Diane Bradford of Wasa and District Beef Club was second and Sheila Theisen of South Country Club third in seniors, with Gail Holmes, Wycliffe Beef and Melody Rutherford, Wasa, second and third among juniors. Lome Grainger as 4-H advisory chairman presided the first half at the well-attended finals here, and Mrs. Waldo Dixson also of the board at the second half. Judges for the seniors were Hugo Hess, Anne Edwards and Paul Kershaw, and for the juniors Don Gilmour, Bonnie Humble and Ray Tepper. The latter as Bank of Montreal staffer, presented the two trophies, and points for winners are included in year's work scores toward annual early June Achievement Day for East Kootenay. SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS - Winners of the Coaldale Junior High Schools Science Fair are, top picture: grand prize winners in the general science class, Barbara Patching, left, and Susan Kaszas with their "analysis of food for sugar" display; middle photo: Don Romaniuk, left, and Ross Cofell with their entry on the photographic enlarger which won the physical science category; and bottom photo: a display on using natural gas for automobile fuel created by Cheryl Hinds, left, Anneliese Machielse and Betty Macht. It won second place in the biology section and dealt with pollution caused by gasoline exhaust. - Mary Tymburski Photos. Blood donor clinic set TABER (HNS) Taber's CASCADES IN ALBERTA PLAYOFFS - The Crowsnest Pass Cascades won the right to represent Southern Alberta in the Alberta Playoff by downing Bassano 12-10 in a two-game total point test at Coleman and Bassano. The Cascades under manager Tyce Vastenhout, left, and coach Joe Trotz will meet Cold Lake, northern Alberta Board members selected CRANBROOK (Special) - New Union Board of Health for East Kootenay has been named, as is required after municipal elections with Regional District, city and school districts naming representatives from their own elected bodies. The board of health meets quarterly to discuss problems and projects through East Kootenay under Health Unit functions. The school trustee representatives are Mrs. Olive McKenzie, Fernie; Robert Wheeler, Cran-brook; R. P. Hutchinson, Kim-berley; Mrs. Edith Moore, In-vermere; R. P. McKee, Cres-ton, and T. A. Neville, Golden. Municipalities representatives are T. G. Colgur, Cranbrook; H. C. Tapp, Kimberley; Grace E. Gill, Fernie, who is also chairman; May Williams, Fernie; Milton Anderson, Creston; J. H. Fuller, Invermere; Stanley Lim, Golden; and Reginald Taylor, Sparwood. Director J. S. Whiting of Meadowbrook represented the RDEK board. Chairman of the British Columbia Union Board of Health, combining all the boards of the province is East Kootenay's Mr. McKee of Creston, and Mrs. Gill is a director on the provincial board. Irrigation school succeeds PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) -It was announced at the meeting of the Picture Butte and District Chamber of Commerce the recent irrigation school, sponsored by the chamber, was a success. Joe Juris was given a vote of thanks for donating the Auction Mart at which the irrigation school was held. It was decided to support Doug Redding in his bid for the office of zone representative to the Alberta chamber. Renewal was made as a member of the Alberta chamber. Chamber president Harry Watson will set up a steering committee to organize Jamboree Days. Mr. Watson stated the various committees would be set up by the next meeting. The chamber membership is pro- gressing well. ed an office in Picture Butte, It was felt that now a char- more support is needed from tered accountant has establish- the community. spring blood donors clinic, set for Tuesday, March 30, is expected to draw 250 pints of blood from contributors. According to convener Mrs. Fay Sloane, the clinic will take place at the new community centre auditorium from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the afternoon, and from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. in the evening. The Junior Chamber of Commerce challenge trophy is again up for grabs by the group enrolling the highest percentage of its membership in the clinic. 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