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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, March 31, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 13 Freedom of movement favored at Matthew Halton High School By MARGARET LUNN Special Correspondent PINCHER CREEK -The "open climate" principle of Matthew Halton High School here, where students have freedom to leave the school during their spare periods, was discussed by parents, teachers and students at a meeting recently. The participants divided into groups comprised of teachers, parents and students. Armed with a Matthew Halton High School handbook, discussion pertaining to the aspects of school philosophy was held. Students and teachers were in favor of this freedom, their point being a responsible student would meet requirements. New Dayton's 17th annual spiel won by Hags, Kaupp foursome NEW DAYTON (HNS) -> The 17th annual New Dayton Bon-spiel drew 16 rinks. This event is a community effort with all ages participating; the oldest being 75 years and the youngest 13 years. There was a family rink, the four boys of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kaupp. It was held at Warner. The 1st event, sponsored by Unifarm, was won by Leonard and Mary Hass and Ed and Cam Kaupp. The 2nd event, sponsored by Gorrill's Store, was won by Boyd and Mary Biggers, Leo and Alice Rartek. SEE PAGE 19 ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS GRAND OPENING 426 - 6th Street S. The 3rd event, sponsored by the New Dayton Golf Club, was won by -Victor and Laverne Kaupp, Leif and Helen Trock-stad. Superior 77 Ltd. sponsored the 5th event which was won by Greg and Dianna Metzger and Jerry and Louise Beaton. The Midway Service 5th event was won by Tom Cronk-hite, George Horton, Forest Greeno and Pete Waldner. The largest end, a six-ender. was laid by the Leonard Hass rink. Drawmaster was August Kaupp. The spiel culminated in a turkey supper, the awarding of prizes and a dance. CIGARETTE PRODUCTION Just over 4,087 million cigarettes were produced in Canada during January, an increase of 2 per cent over 1970. The other student, even though exposed to the study room, wouldn't work. Parents in some cases agreed, others not. It was felt by most the semester system was advantageous. A discussion on dress showed a concensus that it should be optional, with the only point being cleanliness. School book rentals came under fire. The chairman of one group explained that it wasn't feasible for students to purchase books because of the cost. Matthew Halton High has a policy of informing parents after students have been absent three times without a satisfactory reason. Parents as a whole appreciated this, even some students felt it kept them on their toes. The "work experience program", in operation for the first time this semester, is progress- ing favorably. The Pincher Creek Co-op and St. Vincent's hospital are co-operating. Other points in the philosophy are: school spirit, students' open forums, education on drug abuse, vending machines and adults attending regular classes. Pollution theme NATAL (HNS) - East Koot-enay Labor Council meeting in the Fernie Motor Inn, decided the theme for the ensuing year will be pollution and environmental control. The council will devote its major efforts this year to problems in the East Kootenay related to pollution. Second priority of the council will be the establishment of a vocational school in the East Kootenay. The next regular meeting of the East Kootenay Labor Council is slated for Cranbrook in April. Seven members from Michel local attended. Organize co-op SPARWOOD (HNS) - An interim committee was elected to get a co-op organization at Sparwood. The interim officers are chairman, Mrs. Joyce Yan-don; secretary, Mrs. John Cam- //fill SAVE OYER 15% On. this misses' T-strap shoe, one of our timely specials iust in time for Easter. Attractive Canadian-made model with injection moulded sole and heel. Black patent or White Corona. Sizes 12 to 4. Reg. Woolco Price pair 3.97 SAVE 3.97 Misses' High Fashion Dress Shoes Boys' Zippered Boot Misses' One Strap Cut-Out Handsome dress boot made from Cohyde with zippered side and plain toe. Tough injection moulded Dress shoe in Krinkle Pat- soles for longer wear. ent with cut-out detail and Brown. Sires 10 to 3. i ,, , , stitched, perforated toe. All leather. Brown only. Made in Canada. Cement sole. White only. Sizes 11 to 4. Reg. Woolco Price 8.97 PAIR S5 PAIR 4.86 PAIR Alto sizes 3Vj to 6. PAIR s.8s 0p'n!!l?22!!Y~aA'J!L',daZ 9 �-m- ,0 6 P-m'- Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; nm**f �nd Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. fnllpflP C.rirtnriinn Mnll eron; treasurer, A. Blackburn and Ezner DeAnna, Bob Swa-ney, Rene Dubois, L. Bourne, Y. Blackburn, R. Swaney and John Cameron. The new store is to be known as the Valley Co-op. Drug seminar SPARWOOD (HNS) - High school students and parents will have an opportunity to participate in a drug use seminar here and in Fernie. The workshop has been organized by Ray Hughes, school councillor along with a group of citizens. The two day workshop starts Friday at the Fernie Secondary School. This program will be repeated at the Sparwood Secondary School Friday afternoon. Saturday there will be a "shirtsleeve" session beginning at the Fernie High School at 9:30 a.m. Bell rink wins COUTTS (HNS) - The Customs Brokers Association of Alberta held its annual curling bonspiel at the Milk River curling rink. The 16 rinks curling were from Edmonton, Calgary, Blair more, Lethbridge and Coutts. Winners were: First event, Charles Bell rink, Lethbridge; second event, Wally Hutchinson rink, Calgary third event, Al Dirk rink. Blair-niore. Following the 'spiel a banquet and dance was held in the Coutts Civic Centre. CARS, parley NATAL (HNS) - Mrs. Betty Dufour of Sparwood recently returned home after attending a conference of the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society in Vancouver. Topic of discussion was the action to be taken to acquaint the people of the province with the services of the society. These services include travelling consultant service, travelling occupational therapy, physiotherapy, and in-patient treatment in Vancouver. Cultural event COALDALE (HNS) - A drama, arts and crafts evening will be sponsored by the Kate Andrews High School Drama and Art classes at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 2 in the R. I. Baker School. Three one-act plays will be presented. Ostby elected COUTTS (HNS) - Parents, Brownies, Guides, Rangers and leaders enjoyed a banquet at the Coutts Civic Centre recently- Mrs. Schill of New Dayton, deputy area commissioner, and Mary Jo Schill were guests. The associ a t i o n reported three money making projects so far, a bake sale, a concession booth at Gold Springs Park for a motor cycle rally and the Community Christmas card. The new executive: president, Betty Ostby; vice-presi- Hockey backed at Foremost FOREMOST (Special) - It's all systems go for the newly formed Foremost Hockey Association. The inaiigural meeting elected Bob Kuhl president. Hockey up till now has been on a friendly basis, but the large number of pre-registra-tions received bore out the organizer's belief that league pkay was desirable if the youngsters were to retain their enthusiasm for the sport. Registrations so far indicate that four teams could be operated next season. There are 20 Mity Mites, 17 Tiny Mites, 17 Pee Wees and 13 Bantams. Joe Trekofski was elected secretary-treasurer. Henry Jurgens was appointed equipment manager and Dave Berntson as transportation chairman. Entertainment is under the direction of Vern Arnold. Three directors make up the balance of the executive. They are Pete Hammel, Wally Granberg, and Geoff Tagg. dent, Mardell Peterson; secretary, Diane Gilborn; treasurer, Violet Thielen; badge secretary, Anne Wiens. Perform at lodge NEW DAYTON (HNS) -Members of the New Dayton Roman Catholic Parish entertained recently at the Ridge-view Lodge at Raymond. The Daytones Band, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kaupp and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kaupp played several selections. Win certificates NATAL (HNS) - Sponsored by the Natal Centre to the St. John Ambulance Association, a series of lectures and instructions on first aid to the injured were undertaken and completed with class sessions held in the Sparwood Secondary School. Members receiving certifi- cates were Ralph Caruso, Henry Podrasky, Edmund Lowe, Dennis Letasy, Robert Eberts, Lawrence Samuelson and Bernard Keeling. Examiner was Dr. E. R. Luzod of Sparwood. Bernard Keeling of Sparwood was the instructor. Name Mrs. Schill MEW DAYTON (HNS) -Mrs. Joseph Schill of New Dayton was recently appointed deputy commissioner of Chinook Area for the Girl Guides of Canada. Choir to sing COALDALE - The Rosthern Junior College Choir from Rosthern, Sask., will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 3, in the Kate Andrews High School auditorium here.. The program will include religious music and other pieces. The general public is invited. David Hembling had the dif- This day was well spent, ficult task of summing up the Parents learned about the phi-complete program and giving losophy of Matthew Halton his reactions. High School. School foundation plan derives $93,000* at Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) - The town will be required to pay $93,131 to the school foundation program in 1971 according to the requisition received from the provincial department of education. This is an increase of nine per cent or $8,000 from last year. The council had budgeted $94,000. This amounts to 28 mills. The supplementary educa-tien requisitions from the Lethbridge County 26 public schools and the Coaldale Roman Catholic separate school districts are expected later. In 1970 they took $38,538 for the county and $2,850 for th� separate school district. Council's 1971 budget estimates allows $42,500 and $3,500 respectively. Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan lt'n simple how quickly one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to your drugstore and ask for Naran. Pour this into a pint, bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a day as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. 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