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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD SoluiJoy, Mnrch 24, 1973 Airport ivork begins TAKER (IKS) Work preliminary to the construc- tion of Tabcr's municipal air- port got uiylenvay recently when a survey crew directed by John Alliston began stak- ing the runway and parking apron preparatory to the grading operation. It is expected that crews of the Taber MD will be on the job sliorlly on (be construc- tion project. The landing strip 75 feet by feet will be paved on a Mil ccrncril base. The airport site is about one mile norlb of the Tabor Provincial Park bridge over the Oldman River on tlie o'.d Viiuxhall road, and is four miles north of town. 40-mile policy set on expulsion of students who oppose authority SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE W 328-Z702 327-3610 4 Top curlers at Fort Macleod The recent annual Fort Maclecd Men's Bonspief attracted curlers from across southern Alberta. Winners, from left, Lawrence lennon, skip; Rock Brumeau, third; Steve Prokop, second; and Jock Tarnava. They hail from Lethbridge. Bow Island RC students may win Gershaw entrance FOREMOST (Special) Del- egations were Ihe order of the day at a recent meeting of the SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Form Industrial Anything Mode of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Load) Carloads Truck Scaloi Magnet Crane National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 506 33rd Street North Phone 328-I731 "Scran li Our Business" County o[ -IB-Mile school com- mittee. A delegation h-om the Bow Island separate school district was present to discuss the feas- ibility of having students from St. Michael's School at Bow Is- land avw.d the nearby Senator Gershaw High School for indus- trial arts, home economics arid band activities. The school committee decid- ed to obtain further informa- tion with regard to the cost of the project. Such considerations as the total amount of time, the numbers of teachers involv- ed and the reed for additional classes will be studied. Oscar Fadum and S. W. Hoop- er, representatives of the de- partment of education regional office at LeHihridrje, also ad- dressed the committee. They asked for consideration of the possibility of incorporating the Portsmouth school district into the county system. This school, at One Four, is located at the Manyberries Range Station approximately 35 miles southeast of Manyberries. The committee decided that the services at the Manyberries School would be made avail- able to these students. It was also ielt county rate- payers should not be called upon to bear any additional ex- pense incurred in this regard. Hepresentatives of the ap- praisal firm of Reliance Agen- cies, and Jubilee Insurance were present. The committee reduced the amount of insurance coverage on buildings no longer in use. FOREMOST (Special) A policy regarding the suspension and expulsion of pupils was passed by the County of 40-Mile School Committee recently. In making such a policy the committee is following guide- lines laid down under the school act. A student may be expelled or suspended for open opposition to authority; wilful disobedience, labitual neglect of duty; or the use of improper, profane or ob- scene language; conduct injuri- ous to the moral tone or well- being of the school; irregular attendance for which there is no valid excuse; and destruc- tion, damage, loss or con- version of school property. NOT PROHIBITIVE The purpose of the policy is not prohibitive. Rather, it is intended to provide the best possible educational opportunity for all students and each indivi- dual student. On suspending a student for one of the reasons cited, a teacher must report the matter to the school principal and sug- gest a suitable course of to deal with the matter. The principal, subject to the school act, and in consultation with the parties concerned, will then decide the appropriate ac- tion to be followed. A sincere effort will be made by teachers and administrators to attempt to control and elimi- nate the misbehaviour. Repeat- ed or flagrant misbehavioui shall call for stricter punish ment having regard to the edu- cational tone of the school. In the case of expulsion, par- ents or 'guardians or students .8 years ol age or over have the right of appeal to the school committee. A second policy given appro- val deals with home economics equipment. Sewing machines will be re- placed as required and the ma- :lu'nes serviced regularly In September and February of each year. Plans new town JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) Mayor Paul Jordan announced yesterday a plan to build a "new town" on the Hudson River to revita- lize his city's decaying water- front. The project, known, as Liberty Harbor, would provide housing for persons ind create an industrial centre with new jobs. Other applicanes such as fridges, kitclren ranges and wasliers and dryers will bo re- placed as required. All servic- ing on these items to be done as required. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPliY OPTICAL 618 3rd S. Phone 328-5 447 _ Kuehn MAS IN AS I M (HNS) Twenty rinks from LGlhbridge, Magralh, Foremost, Warner and Milk River pa rlici paled in the Erie Rivers High School Curling Dcrvspiel held In Milk River recently. First rink out was Janet Nilsson rink from Warner. Wlnnersi 1st EVENT, Madge Equipment Farley Kuehn, Warner; John Slancek, Magrath; Allan Cody, Milk River; and John Gorrie, LEfhbrkfge. 2nd EVENT, Quinn'i Drug Store, Jcc Echamber, Milk River; Kim Ar- ndl. Magrath; Com McKendie, War- ner; and Wensman, Milk River. THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY SENATE SUBMISSIONS The Senate of The University of Calgary will hold its regular spring meeting on April 6, (973. It ii Ihe duly of the Senate to inquire into any matter lhat mighl lend to enhance trie usefulness of The University. Individuals or groups arc Invited to make wrilien submissions. These will be studied by 'ap- propriate Senate committees 'prior lo the meeting. Persons may appear before Ihe Senate in support of their submfssions. Direct all correspondence, not Inter than March 30, to: R. B. Ransom, Chairman, txlernaE Relations Committee, Senate, The University of Calgary, 629 7th Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta. T2P OY9 GEO. SARANCHUK Farm Auction Sale 4 Miles South SVi Miles East cf Claresholm At The Ken Wealherhead Farm or IV; Miles North S'A East of or 6 miles North 15 miles West of Nobleford MONDAY, MARCH p.m. LUNCH AVAILABLE Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. Saranehvk, we -will offer for public auction Ihe following of Items, subject to minor additions or delelions. TERMS CASH Ihe day of the sale, with settlement in full before removal from iHe farm. TRACTORS John Deere 80 tractor converted to 820 spec. power steer- ing hyd. Good condition. I.H.C. WD9 Charlyn PJ.O. pump. Good condition. SWATHER CC.I.L No. 2 swofher 15'. MACHINERY 12' John Deere surf lex with largo pans; 12' Harris high wheel drill; 14' John Deere 500 rod 12' crazy h arrows; 1 2' vie lory blade- 13' Graham Hoeme (hy.) National weed sprayer; Jeoffioy Rod weeder attach- ment; Victory rod weeder attachment; 3 H.D. Noble pack- ers; I.H.C. Duplex 3 row 14' cullivalor; 10' John Deere oneway on rubber; John Deere 4 bottom plow; Noble blade (older Jeoff roy deep tillage cultivator; 26' Weslco grain auger. Wisconsin motor; 25' grain auger, motor; 2 flex harrows; Farm hand wilh push off hoy sweep and manure 2 John Deero double discs 10' 12' John Deere surflex, large MISCELLANEOUS 3 John Deere fiyd, rarm; 1 Case hytf, ram, 1 mile of barbed wire bin rods; Flex hopper; bolts, rTveis, washers, etc.; Tractor umbrellas; 5' step ladder) Lincoln greaser; Grease guns; !j h.p, eloc. motor, H.D.; Quantity oil and grease; Log chains; Pfek-up gu a Good used culti- valor shovels; Extension spout for grain auger; Anvil; Bench vise; Gai pumps; Tire pump; Post ho I a digger- Bolt rack) strelchers; Yard light; Greaser; Oil barrel and pump; Gas pump; Shovels; Allway strew cutter- I.H.C. pump engine 5 h.p.; 10" Torro table saw industrial type (mfcro adjust- And many oiher Items, FUEL TANKS 500 gallon 2 compartment fuel tank; 500 gallon Caler- pillar fuel tank {copper HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES Admiral electric frtdg.; 2 drawer filing cabinet; Square tub Maytog wringer washer; Round tub Maytag electric wringer washer; Dresser; Mattress. NOTE: Descriptions given act as a guide only and In no way express warranties acliml or implied. All iterni will be sold as is, where Is, SALE CONDUCTED BY ROY'S AUCTION SERVICE GRANUM PHONE 236-2102 ROY FJORDBOTTEN PON WALPER Lie. 010237 Lie. 010259 for Quality, Service and Satisfaction Shop these specials at THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE MONDAY and TUESDAY, March 26th and 27th FREE DELIVERY WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL CLOSING TUESDAY, MARCH 271h JOLLY MILLER ORANGE CRYSTALS 4 SZ. pkgs. TABLERITE CANADA GRADE A SIDES OF BEEF (extra for cutting and wrapping) FRENCH MAID BLEACH TIDE 128 oz. ID..... SPARTON APPLES FRESH FROM OUR 1N-STORE BAKERY FRESH BREAD WHITE or BROWN UNLSLICED loaves ;