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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Moicli J8, 1972 JHl ItTHSRIDGI HfRAlD Evculs of 1959 recalled LETHBR1DGE COUNTY CHAMPS-Noblo Central Road- runners Junior Girls complete their second season o loss, a siring of 37 victories. They won the ot the Picture Bulla tourney and added the Lethbridge County 26 Junior Girls Championship Trophy. Top, from left: Cindy Konynenbelt, Barbara Stewart, Penny Erickson, laurel Fletcher, Shelly Konynenbelt, and manager Shirley Sjogren. Next rowi Cheryl Sanderson, captain; Carolyn Sjogren, Julie Zanoni, Susan Pharis, Lynda Fletcher, Wilma Baklcer, co-caplam; and Calhy Jankunis. Nobla Central Coyojes lost the league championship but captured ihe Lethbridge Counly Junior Boys Championship Trophy and Wilson Junior High Sportsmanship Trophy. Front row: Tony Magierowski, Harry Groten, Brian Siray, Kirk Hofman, John Schoolen and Lauren Vendor Woude. Second row: Coach Hans lisowicz, Bill Schooten, Trevor Esau, Perry tuchia, Arthur Sleenbergen, John Groten, Duano Erickson, and Kevin Luchia. Missing; Les Sjogren. Lisowicz coaches the junior girls loo. Houn Photo Montage Roundup of State preferonce TABER (HNS) Trustees of the Taber school division have issued a directive to the administration staff Uiat, other things being equal, local tea- chers are to ha hired in prefer- ence to "imports" when filling teaching staff vacancies. Home school COALDALE (HNS) Tho Coaldale Home and School As- Isociation will discuss the annu- al international food fair and the modified school year pro- posal at a meeting at p. m. Wednesday in the R. I. Baker School here. Exam dates TABER school division has selected the dates of June 12 to 20 as preferred dates for Ilia Grade 12 final examinations, 1972-7J school year, and the department of education is being so advised, Approval from residents of the town has come for the pro- iosed project of a television >ooster station for the town. Ron Nordquist, of CFCN Cal- jary, and Stan Bates, CFCN jcthbridge, were in attendance to present tlie proposal to carry CJOC-TV and CFCN-TV, These Are The LetWnidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHAU MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. Box STIRLING RUTH ZAU60 General Delivery TABER ROSS O1BB P.O. Bex JT87 TYRREll'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMUNG P.O. Box 97, Wrenlham WARNER MRS. PEARt IIEBEIT General Delivery Contact Iheie peopto for your Dlilrrct or Classified Adverilting Back booster rebroadeas BUCK Booster i Uie expenditure of whic PINCIICR CREREK (Special would tor a watt booster unit. OK lease-sales TABER (HNS) council recently Town approver Each child lias own personality IRON SPRINGS (IINS) "Education hits home" was the theme of a talk by Mrs. J. E. Jorgenserj when she addressed a group of parents and pupils at Ha HuntsviUe School re- cently. She emphasized tho Iropor- lajico of communication be- tween home and school and the necessity to realize that every child, at an early age, develops characteristics which identify him as an individual different from every other Individual as his life pattern begins to take shape. Mrs. A. H. (Margaret) War- ren, also a stalt member, dem- onstrated the methods used to teach mathematics in schools today. lease sale agreements fo three residential properties. Purchasers are Dougl Laccy and Clifford W. Goug for property on 57th St. at each and Norman A. Long fo Final sale is conl'mgent completion of huilding commi menls. To boy firm CRANBKOOK East Kootenay Broadcastin Company Limited has reporti it has nppUed to the Can dian Radio-Television Comm sion for permission to buy th Kootenay Broadcasting Com pany Lid. Tibetans pray for their country TABEIl Tibetan refugees atlicrai here recently to re- ember the day they rose jainst the Communist Chi- eso and to pray for Hie cvent- al liberation of their country. Tliirtcen years ago the poo- e of Tibet "rose as one man" a spontaneous and mass up- rising against a decade of Chi- nese Communist colonial sup- pression disguised in tlie name of "liberation and socialist re- construction." Tibetans rallied together as one person for the protection of their motherland, n refugee spokesman said. "Tibet will regain her pencicncc! Lxjng live His lloli-[ ness, the Dalai Lama! Long live Canadian-Tibetan Friend- ship! This is "Water Bird Year" according to Ihe Tibclan calen- dar. The praying was held st tho Taber Motel recently. 6Poor cash position' TABER (HNS) The mini- -ipal inspector's report, pre- cnted to the annual ratepayers' icetlng as a statutory require- lent, re-empliasized (.lie poor ash position of tlie town and ecommended that council budget for surplus fln- Thc statement showed com- (and badminton was discounted bincfi revenues and oxpendi-1 by members of council because lures of the general accounts of tho need to retain the large incing each year in order to mprovo liquidity. Regarding tho capital costs of ho community centre, the re- ort showed that new work one in 1971 cost the town bringing the project lo- al to somo In addition, from reve- ues had been allocated to the uilding debt as well as some paid out in debenture j clirement. This rcducUon of left the complex owing e general fund For 1972, an additional rom current revenue is shown in the year's budget. The recent annual ratepayers' meeting drew 50 people, biclud- ng members of council and Last year attendance was 102. School year proposals favored NOBLEFORD (Special! A committee studying the pro- posal i'or a modified school year for the county of Letli- bridge heltl a public meeting here recently. Tlie majority present fav- ored a divided school year with some minor alterations to th proposal presented. It would run from August to December. and was slightly exceeded by the water svstem deficit of The community centre total costs of were offset in part by revenues of the difference of coming from general revenue equalling 3A mills to all ratepayers. The desirability of equipping the community centre auditori- um for basketball, volleyball uditorium for unscheduled events with which weekend scheduled events, such as ball games, would conliict. It was noted that an existing "use of facilities1' agreement with the schools makes possible the use o( school gymnasiums for such athletic events, and by which the schools Ret free use of skating ice and shim- ming poo] in season. Catholic board savins dollars Dy HOS.S GIBD Herald News Service TABER A "very fruitful year" was noted by board chairman Joe Chotnany as Iw reported to the annual meeting nf electors of Taber Roman alholic School District 51- He referred to the year's sur- plus of nearly Added to the previous year's surplus, tlie tola! is This condition, said Mr. Cho- many, makes it possible to pro- vide an increase in certain edu- cational standards. At the same time the board will further reduce the supple- mentary requisition millrate. It has been five mills above that of tlw public school system. The chairman's report noted a staff increase to 2fi.5 teach- ers. Industrial arlj and hanrl choral programs have been added. The transfer of Grades 5 and Irom the high school to St. Patrick's Elementary School has allowed a building addition program which is about to begin. The abolition of transfer stu- dent tuition the Taber school division, and the accre- ditation of senior lugh religion at St. Mary's were also noted. Secretary treasurer Garth Smith spoke on grants and fi- nances. The meeting drew 14 persons, including three of five trustees, six teachers, two members of stalf, and three attending sole- ly as ratepayers. HEADS Bcv Su'arcn has been elected president of llio Knymoml Lions Club (or the 19JZ-73 term. Other officers: Robert Brown, Uyo Nagata, Robrrt Baker, Robert Unit, Kcrhrrt Wilde, Ancfy C.rbmac, Ken- neth McKcllnr and FUcharrl Brown. Directors: Ira Bourne, Dick DeBoer, Jack McClain, Lloyd Ralph and James L. Meeks. Easter cantata IRON SPRINGS Iron Springs Cliristian He- formed Church Choir will pre- sent the Easter cantata "Hal- lelujah For the Cross" in Iron Springs Christian RP- formed Church at 8 p.m. Eas- ter Sunday. The 26 voice choir will bo directed by Gcrrit van Zcgge- laar. Narrating will be Gertie Heinen. Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTIN6 VerntJn Deeoux, ReiMenT Blalrmora Phone I1EUI USE CO-OP COSAEM LIQUID SEED TREATMENT It'i like taking out life Insurance protection on your cropl COSAN Profeeli efopj against ste borne dijeaifii such 01 root mis and seedjing blighit Helps lo improve itandi grains lutii oi I'frierci'Mcol if i 9 Is highly volatile fl Mills poet fang way. Only y Imperial fluid par bujhel prefect your investment, Approximole cost Tic per bushel. COSAN UQU1D SEED TREATMENT Exclusive to Co-Op, Coson Works Quickly, Effectively, Safely Available Now At CO-OP SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP ASSOCIATION LTD. HEAD OFFICE 1221 ZNO AVENUE SOUTH LeTHBRiDfcf Lois of snow at Birdseye MOUNTAIN VIEW (StafO- Ranchers in this area, east and west of the Belly River, (now in the middle of re- ceived more (han three feet of snow on the weekend, making feeding problems somewhat difficult. At Birdseye Ranch, Mrs. Don (Maxine) Hanson reported any- where from three feet to 42 inches of snow on the level with drifts "that weren't there be- fore" up to nine feet deep. Hanson's purebred Polled are calving but no new calves arrived Sunday, thankfully. "You can't see the calves said Mrs. Hanson. "They're under the snow and you just see a little hole where they breath." She says "there's no rea problems, I guess we're geared for it it's been some kind of winter, let me tell you. I've lost track of how much snow we've hail." Yesterday Don Hanson look his three quarter ton. iour- whecl drive truck east across Ihe Belly River to feed and left a six foot deep trail in some places. Snow wa.s Mow- ing back over the windshield and visibility was mostly nil. Back at the ranch, Mrs. Han- son said: "We were getting we could see a bit out of Ihe south windows but now It's piled back up to tha caves again." Max Hanson was out on a horse, rode over a grain [rough without knowing it was there, spent most of the morning watching his horse's ears all j that was shove snow. I "Riding a horse in a dilrh is like riding in a boat." fiakl I Max- "You SCR ripples of SIIO'.Y gong hy." MALT LIQUOR BREWING COM PANY LIMITED WIN BADGES NATAL (HNS) Sparwood Brownies in the ]st Brownie Pack received proficiency bad- ges as follows: Linda Mimlfr, OclcUo Cote, Margarctla Pcrc- 'ira, Linda Pisoni, Jackie Norl- ney, Leslie Peterson and Karco McPherson. These are the extras you'll discover every time you open a bottle of O'Keefe's Extra Old Stock Malt Liquor. The result of a unique blending of finest ingredients brewed extra time. Extra Old Stock is brewed much longer and aged to full maturity to bring you extra strength and unmatched smoothness. Try it. Stock up with Old Stock today and discover extra smoothness, extra strength, extra satisfactioa iat fates toe tiitBC ;