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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March 1971 THE IEIH8RIDGE HERALD 3 Staff changes made CLARESHOLM HNS Tire monthly meeting of ths Willow Creek School Board began e introduction awl psvearing in of Canon Ted uas elected by acclamation to fill the seat vacated In Howard The board accepted the res ignauon of Pearl Dobbie of Stavely effective June and expressed the special appreci ation for her extra time spent with slower The oard granted leave of absence 10 Penny Wiig and Mrs Minerva Herter of the school at Fort for medical rea sons to Ruby Mo line of Lethbridge accepted the position at the Walshe Junior High from February to June 30 and Ian Thumbcrt of Calgary accepted a position for March and April to fill a vac ancy at the high school vacated by Robert Whiiehead appointed to the staff of Stavely school as of September and will be allowed intern teaching during May and Patricia Kellington of Fort Maeleod and Gordon Forbes appiieti f Iteikic of perm5Min May 7 and Brian allowed to MI on color photogjaphx of ton was given end a home in Calgaiy Nanton was d a workshop ummunication 4H speaking determined BRIGADE GETS PUMPER UNIT Hillcresl Fire Chief Fred and members of the Hillcrest Volunteer Fire Brigade receive instruction from Ed Volley of the EMO fire commissioners to become acquainted with the new the brigade has The new a pumper unit featuring four was given to Hillcrest Improvement District 5 through the provincial The truck has a pump built into the unit which can either fill the 350galIon tank or pump water directly on a A portable auxiliary pump is also part of the equipment that can pump water through more than feet of The unit is also equipped to fight gas and oil The Hillcrest brigade holds practices once a They are members of the Crowsnest Pass Mutual Aid Firefighting group which includes brig ades from Blairmore and Vern Decoux Leadership courses set COALDALE recreational leadership training courses will be held in the Southern Alberta accord ing to the Lethbridge County Southern Regional Recreation The first is an athletic train ing workshop at the University of Lethbiidge March 19 and Training prevention and treatment of athletic injur ies will be A baseball coaches workshop will be held in April II is designed to train po tential baseball course instruc They then can return to tljeir communities and instruct local A provincial recreation lead ership schoolwill be held from July 4 to July 31 in Drumhellj It is for students completing grade 11 by or interested They too can return to their respective communities and provide the needed recrea tion leadership Any person interested in at tending any of these workshops is requested to contact the Coaldale recreation Box Coaldale or phcne 3453746 for further Special East Kootenay Clubs senior public speaking championship was won here bv Susan Salan ski of South Country Beef Club on the topic What 4H Means to Me Wmnei of the junior 1 years and was Anri Lake Beef Diane Bradfoul of and District Beef Club was second and Sheila Thoen of South Country Club third in with Gail Wycliffe and Melody second anr third among Lome Gramgei as 4H advis ory chairman piesided the first half at the wellattended finals and Waldo Dixson also of the board at the second Judges for the seniors were Hugo Anne Edwards and Paul and for the juniors Don Bonnie Humble and Ray The latter as Bank of Mon tneal presented the two and points for winners arc included in years work scores toward animal early June Achievement Day for East CASCADES IN AL3ERIA PLAYOFFS T o Pci pll A I oard Irrigation school ITI T rr selected CRANBROOK Special New Union Board of Health for East Kootenay has been as is required after municipal elections with Regional city and school districts naming i eprcsentatives from their own elected bodies The board of health meets quarterly to dis cuss problems and projects through East under Health tliit The school trustee representa tives arc Mrs Oluc Fernic Robert Cran brook I Kim berlc Edith In R P Ores and A Municipalities representatives are Cianbrook C Kimberley Grace who is also chairman May Fer nie Milton Creston Invermere Stan Icy Golden and Reginald Spantood Director S Whiting of Meadow brook represented the RDEK Chairman of the Co lumbia Union Board of combining all the boards of the province is East Kootenays McKcc of Ci and Gill N a diicctor on the provin cial mg of the Picture Butte and District Chamber of Commerce the recent irrigation sponsored by the was a Joe Juris was given a vote of thanks for donating the Auc tion Mart at which the irriga tion school was It uas decided to support Doug Redding in his bid for the office of zone representative to the Alberta Renewal was made as a member of the Alberta cham Chamber president Harry Walson will set up a steering committee to organize Jam boree Watson stated the vari ous committees would be set up by the next The chamber membership is pro tered accountant has establish1 the SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS Winners of the Ccaldale Junior High Schools Science Fair lop picturegrand prize winners in the general science Barbara Patch and Susan Kaszas with their analysis of food for sugar display middle photo Don and Ross Cofell with their entry on the photographic enlarger which won the physical science bottom photo a display en using natural gas for auto mobile fuel created by Cheryl Anneliese Machielse and Beity won second place m the bi ology section and dealt with pollution caused by gaso line Mary Tymburski Blood donor clinic set TABER HNS Tubers spring blood donors set j for March is ex pected to draw 250 pints of blood from According to convener Fay the clinic will take place at the new community centre auditorium from to p in the and from to 9 00 p in the The Junior Chamber of Com merce challenge trophy is again up for grabs by the group enrolling the highest pei centage of Us memberslup in be Current trophy holders are stu dents at Marys High TAPE SALE MUSICLAND 13th 3ri STOCKMAN PREGNANCY TESTING TRAINING SCHOOL FORT ALBERTA 4 Days and March 31 and April 1 and 2 CONTACT PRAIRIE BREEDERS RR8 ALBERTA OR PHONE 2533808 Drive progresses TABER fHNS Still in its first the membership drup of the Taher Chamber of Commerce is progressing according to chain tier vicepresident and mem bership chairman John Returns by mail fiom 44 paidup members have brought in S725 in membership dues The 44 members include four individuals and 40 Join the world and see the Canadian BOTTLED IN BOND The finest of fine Canadian whiskies is The Best In The House in 87 lands Arutia Canary Chnslmas Coita Dominican Hong New Puerto Sierra Solomon South United Virgin and Canadian Club is distilled and bottled in Walkerville by Hiram Walker Sons Limited 326 5th 3278578 1971 Model FURNITURE SHOW SALE IN THE FASHION SPOTLIGHT TILL SATURDAY A MANUFACTURERS SPECIAL SHOWING OF ALL NEW FURNITURE STYLES FOR THE SEVENTIES 2 PIECE CHESTERFIELDS From OCCASIONAL CHAIRS From 19 9 ROCKERS From 39 O SECTIONALS From STUDIO From 89 OVER 100 PIECES TO SELECT FROM IN CHESTERFIELDS SECTIONALS BED CHESTERFIELDS LOVE SEATS LOUNGES CHAIRS Heres a wonderful opportunity for homemakers to obtain original custom built exclusive furniture for the home at no additional You can select furniture as shown during the stiow or mix and mntch etc from the many all new for 71 bolts of material available to meet your own individual decorator tostcs ;