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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Solurday, Moy 2, 1970 THE LETHBRIDOE HERAID 3 Teaching Staff May Be Cut By ROSS GIBI! Herald News Service TABER Under a program designed to improve school ad- ministration efficiency and re- duce expenditures, the divi- sional board has discussed the possibility of reducing the divi- sion's 159 member teaching staff by eight teachers or five per cent of present staff. Re-organization of classroom Graduation Scheduled For May 8 COWLEY (HNS) Living- stone High School graduation exercises are scheduled for May 8 with a record number of 21 to be honored, nine girls and 12 boys. Principal Peter Iwasiuk has been at the helm of Living- stone School since it began as a two-room high school in 1953. This will be the 16th gradua- tion. This year the semester sys- tem was introduced, 28 troph- ies were won including the "C" Boys Basketball Alberta Championship. Graduands are Susan Davis, Judith Day, Linda Homans, Grant Jasman, Dale Johnson, Edwin Johnson, Gordie Jonn- son, Melvyn Kubasek, Arlene Leskosky, Deanna Malciff, Garth Michalsky, Sharon Nas- lund, John Reners, William Rob- inson, Carol Schatz, Gwendo- lyn Sippola, Dawn Smith, Peter Timmermans, John Gregory Tompkins, Bryan Warriner and Thomas Weckes. Clot Cup Awarded To Donors PINCHER CREEK (Special) Halton High School recently challenged St. Mi- chael's High School to a "bleed- in contest" for the Red Cross Blood Donor Clinic. Results were taken on a ra- tio basis. St. Michael's had a 62 per cent turn out with 32 students out of a possible 51 giving blood. Matthew Halton had a 29 per cent turn out with 73 out of a possible 265 students giving blood. St. Michael's was awarded the "Clot Cup." L. Holland donated this cup to help promote donors for the clinic. The student donors are en- thusiastic and are hoping to bet- ter their effort considerably at the next clinic. enrolment and the engagement of non-professionals to perform certain services will improve the student-teacher ratio. Under consideration is a staff reduction of two at the Cham- berlain School at Grassy Lake and the W. H. Myers High School here, and an overall re- duction of four teachers in Ta- ber's three public elementary schools. To effect a more efficient use of classroom space, next year students coming to Taber schools by bus will be allocated to various schools in order to provide for full school rooms by grades, eliminating the present split-grade classrooms. Final approval of this prac- tise will coincide with the ap- proval of the new budget now in the process of completion. 'Thank You' Service Set At Cenotaph PICTURE BUTTE In com memoration of the liberation o the Netherlands by Canadian forces in 1945, Dutch-Canadian, in this area will hold a service at Tuesday, May 5, at the Picture Butte Cenotaph. It is a "thank you Canada' observance. The opening talk will be given by Mayor Alex Chronik. Bill Ray and C. Barendrecb will place a wreath. A service at the Picture Butte Senior High School will follow at 8 p.m. It will be held in the auditorium. Rev. D. G. Gillis, Picture Butte Roman Catholic Church Rev. W. E. Grunau, Picture Butte Church of the Nazarene and Rev. Ralph Koops, Iron Springs Christian R e f o r m ec Church, will offer the welcome, scripture reading, prayer anc talk entitled Freedom For What? MLA L. E. Buckwell of Fort Macleod will speak. Purchase Buses TABER (HNS) Taber school division trustees agreec that Bluebird Bus Sales of Ed- monton will supply two 48-pas- senger and three 54-passenger Duses for a total sum of 575, while Wayne Bus Sales of Lethbridge will supply a 72-pas- senger unit for Four companies placed bids on the six units. Shell Oil will supply g one at 34.5 cents per gallon, with deliveries made at Taber, Vauxhall, Grassy Lake, Hays and Enchant. Three others ten- dered. Kirk's Tire Sales of Taber was successful among five bid- ders for the supply of tires for .he division's trucks and buses. TRAVEL WITH A GAY-WAY MOTOR HOME 1. A MOTOR HOME that Hat the riding quality equo) to that of o big car. 2. ELIMINATION OF GROUND NOISE. How nice to converse with one another at opposite ends of the motor home while travelling without having to ihout. 3. MANNER OF CONSTRUCTION providei considerably more room inside than in most ether motor homes, NO TOP SWAY. Seven lo nine inches lower from ground to roof thon any other make of motor home thus cutting down on wind resistance ond giving more gas mileage, J. SPECIAL ATTACHMENT for sewer hose which eliminates having to detach same thus reducing moving time to about one minute. THE ONIY MOTOR HOME known today with both dinette and twin gaucho beds that can be parked where an ordinary car can be parked since the Gay-Way ij than 20 ft. overall. In order lo understand and oppretiate foregoing one has lo examine and ride in the GAY-WAY MOTOR HOME. McDONELL MANUFACTURING 1801 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-7854 HONOR BLOOD DONORS Ken McGregor, business administrator of the Canadian Red Cross Blood Trans- fusion Service, presents a certificate and pays tribute to Mrs. Anna Fabro of Blairmore for the excellent work- she had done over the years as chairman of the local blood clinics. Mrs. Fabro as well as others in the background have donated 20 pints of blood each over a period of years. Other donors honored with certificates signed by Governor General Roland Michener are; from left, Joe Yonata, Dan Tunililio, Rose Arsenault, Graham Atkinson, Louise Demchuk, Charles Gilmar and Mrs. Annie Sterba. The clinic, held in the Elks Hall, realized a total of 145 pints. The quota had been set at 150 but due to flu 16 of the 161 registered were rejected. Decoux Photo. Snub Chambsr TABER (HNS) In miscel- laneous business recently Taber school division's trustees: Turned down membership in the Taber Chamber of Com- merce because of shortage of funds allowed in an austerity budget. Voted favorably on an agree- ment with the Town of Taber for the joint preparation and maintenance of school ground playing fields for two years. Authorized trustee Mrs. Dor- othy Dick to attend the Cana- dian School Trustees Associa- tion convention in Winnipeg May 31 to June 2. Authorized W. R. Myers High School student counsellor Ray- mond H. Sheen to visit mili- tary training .facilities at Royal Roads Military College in Vic- toria, B.C. over the coming weekend, at Canadian Armed Forces expense. Involves Parents COALDALE (HNS) Don Schielke, junior high sociology teacher at R. I: Baker School is continuing to involve parents in actual classroom discussion sessions. Weekly sessions are being held with parents and students to discuss relationships between the parent and the student. Speech Festival MAGRATH (HNS) Ma- grath wards MIA Speech Festi- val was held in the LDS Cha- pel. Speech director Mrs. Gerald Leishman introduced the pro- gram as a way for members to improve themselves mutually. Scripture readings, Bible sto- ries and talks were on the theme "From Within Me." Mu- sical numbers were intersper- sed with the speeches. Gravel Contract COALDALE (HNS) The contract for the gravel lease between the town and Marathon Realty is up for renewal. The firm is asking for the 40-acre plot and 20 cents per cubic yard. Council decided to suggest for the 40 acres and 18% cents royalties. The previous contract was and 17 cents. The town will also have a tesi made to see if the sand has the necessary components. Wyand Retires COALDALE (HNS) W. H. (Wally) Wyand will be retiring as the manager of the Bank of Montreal here at the end of May. Mr. and Mrs. Wyand plan to move to White Rock, B.C. In Mr. Wyand accepted the position in Coal- dale. He has also served the bank at Morrin, Edgerton, and Sedgewick. Alta., and Victoria, B.C. Mr. and Mrs. Wyand have been active in community af- fairs. Mrs. Wyand was Town of Coaldale representative on the Victorian Order of Nurses board. Zone Meeting COALDALE (HNS) Town council recently received an in- vitation to attend the regional zone meeting of the Alberta Ur- ban Municipalities Association May 7 at Fort Macleod. Topics to be discussed are education and legislation re- cently passed dealing with mu- nicipal affairs. Members of council will at- tend. Mixed Chorus Sings Monday By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau COLEMAN The Coleman Lions Club will sponsor the Uni- versity of Alberta Mixed Chorus at a concert lo be lield in the Horace Allen High School au- ditorium Monday, May ing at 8 p.m. The Chorus consists of ap- proximately 125 members under :he d i r e c tion cf Dr. David Stocker cf the music depart- ment of the University of Al- jerla. Approximately 50 or 60 mem- )ers are able to go on the spring tour, the rest are either working or finishing their Uni- versity classes. All members have'a common interest in singing good choral music, and this interest serves as the "binding force" for this organization which is made up of people from all faculties at tire University. The require- ments for joining the Mixed Chorus are vocal ability and a love for music. The Horace Allen High School Year Book committee working in conjunction with the Coleman Lions will assist in the sale of tickets. COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lethbridge Herald Correspondents In Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY......f.Q Bex 143 CRANBROOK NANCY MILES Jth Si. J. ETZIKOM MRS. THEKL.A IHNfS Gen. Del. FOREMOST GEOFF TAGG........................ Box 311 FAITH MRS. THEKLA IHNCS Gen. Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising Buys Equipment COALDALE (HNS) Coaldale fire department is purchasing smoke ejector equipment and firelights (flood- Funds recently received from tlie Coaldale Rural Fire As- sociation at its dissolution will pay for the equipment. Honor Couple COWLEY (HNS) An open house and dance; m the Cowley Community Hall honored Mr. and Mrs. William Thibert and welcomed them to this immed- iate area. Both are well-known from Fort Macleod west. A crowd turned out to enjoy a social evening. Joe Thibert was master of cermonies. Dancing was the order of the evening. Many lovely gifts were presented to the couple by indi- viduals and the community. Mr. Thibert thanked all for their gifts and good wishes. A dance and hmch vere en- joyed. Honor Newiyweds COALDALE (HNS) Newly- weds Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bayly of Lelhbridge were recently honored at an informal party held by the Coaldale Little Theatre at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Robison here. A gift was presented lo the couple in behalf of the Coal- dale Little Theatre. About 26 friends attended. Girls Hosted COWLEY (HNS) Foothills United Church in Cowley was host to both the Explorer Group and CGIT Group of Pincher Creek United Church recently. Mrs. K. Jordan, Mrs. R Cle- land, Miss Jenny Sheline and Miss Janice Newlove lead Ex- plorers and CGIT groups. They introduced the congregation to some vocal numbers learned during their winter studies on Peace in a Troubled World. Mrs. Cleland was the morn- ing speaker, speaking on this subject. Mrs. F. Duffield, active in Ex- plorer work, was present but did not take part in the service leadership. Mayor Johnstone Wins New Post COALUALE (HNS) Mayor Rev. H. D. Jolmstonc lias an- nounced lie will be leaving Coaldale at the beginning of July for Kinderslcy, Sash., where lie accepted an appoint- ment with the United Church. Mr. Jolinslone has served as mayor since his election by ac- clamation in 1968. He has been the minister of t h e Coaldale United Church since July, During that time the Chinook Co-operative Parish was estab- lished. This includes the con- gregations of Barons, P i c lure Butte, Iron Springs, Turin, Coal- dale, Kayraond and Cardslon. Mr. Johnstone has served the United Church at The Pas, Elk Oeslforook Chip Harvester Hit By Fire CRANBROOK (Special) Ten days after the fire in its portable chip harvester tempor- arily operating near the south end of its new yard, Crestbrook Forest Industries Ltd. has it back in full double-shift opera- tion. The fire 10 days ago was well distant from the new plant and is believed to have started from the exhaust of the ma- chine. This particular piece of equip- ment looks like a primeval creature some 60 feel long joint- ed in tlie middle, and is port- able, designed especially for bush work. During bush runoff closure it was moved to the new CFI yard here close to a slacked backlog of smallwood. The new plant, with integrated close-uti- lization, parallel production lines for smallwood and saw- logs, was planned for start-up last September and resource was already yarded when the August fire in the new plant set back start-up by 10 months. Close utilization installations gather all former waste on the production line for automatic transfer to the plant chipper and bunker. Garbage Charge COALDALE (HNS) Effec- tive immediately all churches in Coaldale will be charged for garbage services. Horn and Erikdale, Man., prior lo his arrival in Coaldale. Mr. and Mrs. Johnstone have three children. His replacement is expected lo be a decision of council which will be made before Mayor Johnstone leaves. Prebuilt Wins Contract P1NCHER CREEK (Special) rentals division of Pre- built Industries Ltd. of Leth- bridge and Calgary has been awarded another industrial camp contracl. The award was made by the head office of Ralph M. Par- sons Company of Los Angeles. Prebuilt will supply complete living facilities, offices and rec- reation halls for upward of 800 workers during the expansion of the Shell Waterton gas pro- cessing plant. One hundred and sixty-five buildings sections will be moved to the plant site for as- snmbly into a complex contain- ing centraliy heated, self-con- lained living quarters, recrea- tion halls, offices and an effi- cient, well equipped kitchen- diner for workers on the pro- ject. The Prebuilt camp will be op- erational May 15. Reject Transfer COALDALE (HNS) The Al- berta Mennonite Home for the Aged in Coaldale will not be transferred to the Green Acres Foundation, councillor Hans Pfeffel, chairman of the econ- omic development commission, informed council recently. The board of directors and shareholders did not favor such a move. More District On Page 12 Sunrise Ranch COALDALE, ALBERTA Located mile north of Coaldale on the road toward Iron Springs. Phone 345-3517 OWNED AND OPERATED BY LETHBRIDGE ASSOCIATION FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED NOW TAKING ORDERS For Bedding Plants Garden Supplies SPRING REVIEW FROM THE GARDEN OF OPTIMISM ALYSSUM While 4" AGERAIUM Blue 6" AFRICAN DAISY (Orange, Buff Yellow) ASTERS (Red) ASTERS (Mix) BEGONIAS Fibrous for shade CARNATIONS (Dwnrf, Mixed) CELOSIA (Feather Dwarf) CELOSIA (Fealher Fall) COCKSCOMB (Mixed) COIEUS (Mixed) DAHLIA (Dwarf, Mixed) DIANTHUS (Dwarf, Mixed) DUSTY MILLER LARKSPUR (Blue) IMPATIENS HYBRID for Shade LOBELIA (Blue Trailing) LOBELIA (Blue Edging) MARIGOLD (Tall, African Hybrids) (While, Yellow and Orange) (Intermediate) (White, Yellow and Orange) (Mixed) DWARF (Mixed) NEMESIA (Mixed) NICOTIANA (Red) NICOTIANA (White) PANSY (Five Formula Blends, Gionb) PETUNIAS (Single, Large Flowered, in color or mix PETUNIAS (Single, mod. Flowered in coioi or mix PETUNIAS (Double largi Flowered in color or mix) PETUNIAS (Giant Ruffled Mixed) PHIOX (Dwarf Mix) POSTLILACA (Double and single) SALVIA (Dwarf) SALVIA (Tall) SNAPDRAGONS (Tall Hybrid Mix) (Int. Hybrid Mix) (Dwarf Hybrid Mix) (Tall Butterflies) (Madam Butterfly) (Tetra Mixed) 5CABIOSA (Mixed) SALPIGOSSIS (Mixed) SCHIZANTHUS (Mixed) STOCKS (Trysomlc 7 wcelcj fall) STOCKS (Dwarf, ten weeks) VERBENA in color or mixed ZINNIAS (Giant Mix) (Int. Mix) (Dwarf Buttons, Pink and Red) GERANIUMS in o wide variety of color 3" Pols 4" Pols 5" Pofs 6" Pols DRACAENA for Plonlm 4" Poti FUSHIAS for Planters or ihode TOMATOES _ Beofsleok, Bounty, Earli. crop, The Earliest, liny Tim Bobs boskeis or 3" Moss Pols PEPPERS in variety baskets or 3" Moss Pols EGG PLANT baskets or 3" Moss Poll PLANTERS, PEAT MOSS, TERRAUTE, PLANTING MIXTURE, BAMBOO STAKES, TWIST-EMS ;