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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuuday, March 20, 1973 THE LE7HMIDCE HEJUUO 3 Salaries take big chunk ,000 deficit depletes reserves Netv student council student council was chosen recently for the Lee Creek Educational Cenlre at Cardston. The school is comprised of grades two through six and an integrated kindergarten. The new executive and room representa- tives are pictured on the slide: Alan Ferguson, Kenny McMurray, Kelly Weasel Fat. At the top are Melvin Wads- worth, secretary; Robert Symons, vice-president; Randy Russell, president. Going down the slide are Greg Olsen, Shane Bly, Tadd Robert Lowry, Lance Tailfea- thers, Cloy Leavitt. Standing in front: Alanna Wood, Joy Broadhead, Leonne Lillle, Michelle Noy, Shannon Cold- well and Greg Standing Alone. TABER (HNS) Annual meetings of ratepayers of Ta- ber School Division 6 were held recently at Vauxhall, for res- idents north of the Oldman River, and at Taber, for those living south of the river. Attendance at tho Vauxhall meeting was 51 and at Taber 33, both considerably higlier than in previous years but less than anticipated in view of the current teachers' strike and school closure. AUDITOR'S REPORT The auditor's financial re- presented at each meeting ay assistant secretary trea- surer Mrs. Edna LePage, cov- ered revenues of and expenditures of for a deficit of It was taken from reserves. School foundation grants ac counted for 81 per cent of rev enues, local requisitions 12 per cent, with other minor sources being other grants, fees, re serves allocation, and othei items. SALARIES Instructional salaries took 11 61 per cent of the spending fo the year, followed by plant op eration 13 per cent, transporta tion nine per cent, debt charge eight per cent, and lesse amounts for instructional mat rials, administration and cap tal expenditures. The report of superintenden amss L. George covered such spies as school enrolments, lo- ally developed programs, eacher qualifications, teacher ccruitmcnt, senior high school rograms, departmental exam- nation results, consultative ser- ices, teacher in-service pro- acts and the modified school ear. Questions answered at the two meetings also covered a variety of interesting and time- ]y subjects including costs of school buildings and transpor- tation, provincial government grants, possible reduction of teaching staff, and the divi- sion's instructional materials centre. At Taber, opposition was ex- pressed against a proposal by the board to combine Central and Dr. Haniman Elementary schools, placing al! junior ele- mentary-students at Dr. Han> man and the senior elementary pupils at the new Central where open space teaching if possible. rant labor centre backed COALDALE (HNS) A drop-in centre for native mi- grant labor could be realized here if suitable accommoda- tion can be located. John Boon, director of social and preventive welfare ser- ices for the Barons Eureka Health Unit, has been named by town council to head the project. Mr. Boon recently Wormed council of the following steer- ing committee appointments: Mrs. Frank Gocrtzen, town council; W. D. Geldert, recre- ation office, south county of Lethbridge area; John Vasele- nak, Coaldale Beeigrowers As- sociation; and Miss Marilyn Rabbit, young people of the community. Mr. Boon said "We are very pleased with Miss Rabbit's rep- resentation. She comes from the Blood Indian Reserve and understands native problems.11 Others are: James McQuil- lan, senior health inspector and representative of the Barons- Eureka Unit; Gailen K. Ne- ville, citizens representative. The Coaldale Ministerial As- sociation will be represented. The town is prepared to allo- cate up to for the centre. It is expected the beetgrow- ers association and the County of Lethbridge will be approach- ed for financial assistance. Backs centre Miss Marilyn Rabbit of Coaldale, Grade 12 student at Kate Andrews High School, has been named to Ihe steering commiltee for the establishment of a drop-in cenlrc for native migrant Fabor at Coaldale. Way lie Piiikney heads trial, project for Pincher Creek Community School PINCHER CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek School Div- ision No. 29 has received con- firmation that it has been sel- ected as the rural jurisdiction in Alberta to fake part in a Community School Co-ordinator Trial Project. The project Is sponsored by the departments of education, advanced education and cul- ture, youth and recreation. Local sponsors are the school division and the parks recreation department. The community school con- cept was endorsed by a num- ber of local government bod ics and organizations. This community acceptance helpei the application considerably. The application of the com munity school concept here has led to public involvement in classes. Adults are involved. Tiie trial project is spear headed by Dr. Brian Staples provincial Co-ordinator of con turning education. Matthew High Schoo will be the fowl point for th trial project throughout it three-year term here. Wayne Pinkney has bee named co-ordinafor lor th project. More district on page 13 Croivsnest Pass Music Festival trophy winners Trophy and award winners gather at the end of the recent three- Tony Fumagalli. Front row, from left, Roxanna Van Wyk, Virginia day Crowsnest Pass Music Festival. Standing, from lefl, Ken Skrzyzala, Lori Koinberg, unidentified contestant who received the trophy won by Gayla Costanzo, Jcdy Hutchinson, Bonnie Park, Karen Pozzi, taurie Fum- Canyon School, Pincher Creek, Barbara Durksen, Jacqueline Pizzey, Rachel agalli, Dianne Wells, Michelle Dobek, Karen Oobek. Charlotte Dobek and Dobek, L. Dyck and Edwin Bryant.________________________________ EPORT your to... The lethbridge Herald j Correspondent in Your Area MONARCH MRS. JACOB DIKKER................... 357-9541 MOUNTAIN VIEW MKS. MAX1NE HANSON................. 653-2377 NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON 486-2382 NATAL, B.C. MR. PAUL CHALA...................... 425-6648 NEW DAYTON MRS. ELTON DUEIL 733-2HO MRS. STEWART SKEITH 733-2104 NOBIEFORD MRS. CORDON LUCHIA 824-3346 I Contact these people for your District News 1 or Classified Advertising raiEiEKHiHMBHSfissEsraB 4-H report WARNER By Kelly McCoy The regular meeting o! the Warner 4-H Beef Club was called to order by president Wayne McCoy. The pledge was given by Todd Shaffer and Warren Min- ion. Imprompt u speeches were presented by Tracy Nemeth, A Merlyn Flamond and Perry Reese. Wayne McCoy was the win- ner of the club's senior speak- ing competitions. Other com- petitors included Cam McKen- zie, Warren Minion, Holly Doenz, Gail Noris and Neil Herbst. Judges for the speaking com- petition were Bob Huddlestone, Ken Lomas and Gerald Hutch- ins on. Winner Ralph Ccrvo of Lundbreck took lop honors at the Cole- man Fish and Game Annual Trophy nite held March 10th in the Coleman Elks Hall. Mr. Ccrvo is shown here with the trophy winning bigsheep horns and the large black bear skull that copped for him the hlacl: bear trophy sponsored by the Grand Un- ion Hotel and the bighorn sheep trophy sponsored 'by Ted Mlcbalsky. Points gain- ed for him on these two champions netted the Andy Dow Memorial Thophy for him. LETH-COALDALE By Debbie Vasclcnak The Lethbridge Coaldale 4-H Beef Club concluded an jjv diistrial tour to Edmonton Feb. 24. The first of the tliree day tour was spent at the Univer- sity of Alberta campus and at a television station where the club members were filmed for the program <1-H ClubUme. The various lypes of tele- phones were seen on the 33rd floor of Ihe AGT building. The second day was spent browsing through the Board- walk Shopping Centre, visiting the Legislative Building and a get together in the evening with various Edmonton 4-H Clubs. The last day of the tour was f.pent at a shopping centre in Edmonton. On the way back to Lcthbridge, the club stopped for a Hereford cattle show. Croivsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCUIATION JOB PRINTING DMOUX, UFA; ROLLS THE BARREL AGAIN KIARCra THROUGH MARCH 24 Draw Your Own Persona) Save Off Regular Prices of All Merchandise Buy what you need, but before you pay. draw a card from the Discount Barrel.This offer applies only on merchandise purchased dufing Discount Days Wednesday March 21 through Saturday March 24 FARN1ERS OF AtBERTA FARM CENTRES ;