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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March 1971 THE 1ETH6RIDOE HERALD 13 Freedom of movement favored at Matthew Halton High School iM faxoiablv The Pinihc Dauu Hciubling hid the da By MARGARET LUXN Special Correspondent PINCHER CREEK The open climate principle of Matthew Halton High School where students have free dom to leave the school during their spare was dis cussed by teachers and students at a meeting ic divided into The other even though i only point being after hue been absent The aniaea o School book rentals came un thue uues without a satisiac groups comprised of sonle der chairman of one ioi a a Armpd t i it wasnt MiTirwiatfd even parents and Armed er i olners i group explained that it wasnt oven with a Matthew Halton High I jt was felt by most the sej feasible for students to pursome smcents felt it kept them School discussion mester system was advan chase books because of the on pertaining to the aspects of i A discussion on dress sdiool philosophy was i a concensus that it Matthew Ballon High has a gram Students ami i teachers were i should be with the I policy of informing parents lime l in favor of this their point being a responsible stuj dent would meet requirements j toes CM in cpeiauui b ing faioiably The Pmche Creek Coop and Vincents hrspltJ are cuoperatns Other points in the philosophy are school students open education on drug machines and pdulis attending r e g u 1 a i Dauu Hciiibling hid the ficult taifk of summing up the JM his icutions well sprrt Piieris ti oopv f llipn New Daytons 17th annual spiel won hy Kanpp foursome School foundation plan derives at Coaldalo NEW DAYTON HNS The 17th annual New Daytcn Bon spiel drew 16 This event is a community effort with all ages participating Uie oldest being 73 years and the young est 13 There was a fam ily the four boys of and Howard It was held at The 1st sponsored by was won by Leonard and Mary Hass and Ed and Cam The 2nd sponsored by Gorrills was won by Boyd and Mary Leo and Alice The 3rd sponsored by the New Dayton Golf was won by and Laverne Leif and Helen Troek Superior 77 sponsored Uie 3th event which was won by Greg and Dianna Metzger and Jerry and Louise The Midway Service 5th event was won by Tom Cronk George Forest Greeno and Pee The largest a was laid by the Leonard Hass Drawmaster w a s August The spiel culminated in a turkey the awarding of prizes and a SEE PAGE 19 ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS GRAND OPENING 426 6th Street CIGARETTE PRODUCTION Just over million ciga rettes were produced in Canada during an increase of 2 per cent orer Pollution theme NATAL HNS East Koot enay Labor Council meeting in the Fernie Motor decided the theme for the ensuing year will be pollution and mental The council will I devote its major efforts thisj year to problems in the East Kootenay related to Second priority of the coun cil will be the establishment of a vocational school in the East The next regular meeting of the East Kootenay Labor Council is slated for Cranbrook in Seven members from Michel local Organize coop SPARWOOD HNS An in terim committee was elected to get a coop organization at The interim officers are Joyce Yan don John Cam ercn Blackburn and Ezner Bob Swa Rene Swaney and Wiens John The new stoic is to be Valley Maxell Peterson secre1 cates were Ralph lien Diane ry Edmund Violet badge secrej Dennis Robert Perform at lodge Oponi Monday and Tuesday 9 lo 6 Wednesday 9 to 1 Thursday and Friday 9 to 9 Saturday 9 to 6 College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive LNS Members of the New Dayton Roman Ca hohc Parish enter tamed recently at the Ridge Lodge at seminar SPARWOOD HNS High school students and parents will have an opportunity to partici pate in a diug use seminar here and in The workshop has been orj eral ganized by Ray school councillor along with a group Wjn certificates Lawrence Samuelson and Ber nard Examiner was Dr R Luzod of Sparwood Bernard Keeling of Sparwood the COALDALE HNS The town will be required to pay to the school foundation i program in 1971 accordui to the requisition received from the piovmciai department of Tins is an ninease of nine per cent or ti om last ear The council had budgeted This amoums to 23 Tile supplementary educa lien icquisituns from Lcthbtdge Count v 26 public iihools and the Coaldale Roman Catholic separate school districts aie expected lam In 1970 they took MS 53S foi the county and for the separate school disluct Councils 1971 budget esti mates allots and Name Schill view ujuge at MEW DAYTON HNS I 1 he Da tones and I Mrs Joseph Schill of New Day1 Mi a Victor Kaupp and and i ton recently appointed tie1 Mis Lawienee Kaupp played puty commissioner of Chinook Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan Aiea for Canada the Girl Guides of citizens The two day workshop starts Friday at the Fernie Second ary This program will be repeat ed at the Spanvood Secondary School Friday Saturday there will be a shirtsleeve session beginning at the Femie High School at NATAL HNS Sponsored by the Natal Centre to the i John Ambulance a series of lectuies and inshuc tions on first aid to tiie injuied were undertaken and com Wooteo SAVE OVER 15 On this misses Tstrop one of our timely specials ust in time for Attractive Ca nadianmade model with in jection moulded sole and Black patent or White Sizes 12 to Woolco Price pair Boys Zippered Boot SAVE Misses High Fashion Dress Shoes All Brown Woolco Price Handsome dress boot made from Cohyde with upper cd side and plain Touqh moulded soes foi lonqcr jn SlTPS 10 to 3 Misses One Strap CutOut Dress shoe in Krmlde Pat ent with cutout detail and perforated top Made in Cement White Sizes 11 Choir to sing COALDALE Th Rosthern Junior College Choir from Ros will perform at S April in the Bell rink wins COUTTS HNS The Cus toms Brokers Association of Al berta held its annual curling bonspiel at Ihe Milk River curl ing The 16 rinks curling were rom Blair Lcthbndge and Winners were First Charles Bell Lethbridge second Wally Hutchinson Calgary third Al Dirk Blair Following the spiel a ban quet and dance was held in the Coutts Civic CARS parley NATAL HNS Betty Dufour of Epanvood recently returned home after attending a conference of the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism So ciety in Topic of discussion was the action to be taken to acquaint the people of the province with the services of the These services include travell ing consultant travell ing occupational phy and inpatient treat ment in Cultural event COALDALE HNS A arts and crafts evening will be sponsored by the Kate Andrews High School Drama and Art classes at 730 April 2 in the Baker Three oneact plays will be Ostby elected COUTTS HNS Rangers and leaders enjoyed a banquet at the Coutts Civic Centre recent Schill of New deputy area and Mary Jo Schill were The associ a t i o n reported three money making projects so a bake a conces sion booth at Gold Springs Park for a motor cycle rally and the Community Christmas The new executive presi Betty Ostby vicepresi were ttniici taiieii aim cum Kate Andrews High School au pleted with class sessions held ditorium in Hie Sparwood Secondary The program will include rc hgious music and other Members receiving certifi The general public is It i simple how quickly one more iramtil If lose pounds of unsightlv redtltilile pounds and incheH of risht in home don I duipprar from this home rti ipe onrself Its i e no all costs ami ankles just return ths to your omptv luntle for money and ask for 1uur tins into a pint bottle and mill enough ijv srapcfrun JUKC Hi nil ihe bottle nd b b k Take two talilespoonsful dav as nettled and tlie turxis atul H Naran 1lar Note how quickly If lour purchase does not bloat much Bhowvoti simple erisv way tol better ou More lose bulky fat and hclo reeatn youthful appearing and this en nll Hockey backed iat Foremost FOREMOST Special Its all systems go for the newly formed Foremost Hockey Asso The inaugural meeting j elected Bob Kuhl Hockey up till now has been on a friendly but the large number of preregistra tions received bore out the or ganizers belief that league play as desirable if the young sters were to retain their en thusiasm for the sport Registrations so far indicate i that four teams could be atcd nest season There are 20 1 Mity 17 Tiny 17 i Tee Wees and 13 1 Joe Trekofski w as elected i Henry Jurgens was appointed equipment manager and Dave Berntson as transportation Entertainment is under the direction of Vcm Arnold Three j directors make up the balance of the They arc Pclr Wally and Geoff I Woetco DAYS ON W Open Monday ond Tuesdoy 9 to 6 Wednesday 9 lo 1 Thundoy and Friday 9 to 9 Saturday 9 to 6 College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;