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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tue.doy, May 2, 1972 THl LtTHBRIDGE HEPAID _ 3 THESE YOUNG FELLOWS KNOW HOW TO HUNT SAFELY exam for safe hunting FORT MACLEOD (Special) Hunter Training pro- gram sponsored by the Fort Macleod Fish and Game Asso- ciation ended with 42 of the 45 participants receiving awards after successfully passing the examination. The 10-week program was set up by the departmenl of lands and forcits, fish and wiW- life division. Leaders and award winners were Grant Jodan, Jack Whar- ton, Robert Quick, Brent Nel- son, leader: Juluis Moltzahn, president: Harry Chapman, .lu- nior Forest Warden leader: Stan Chell, Ken Kowicki, Cal- vin Edgar. Robbie Abramenko, Darryl McKenna, Don Camp- bell. Bill Richardson, Roy Faulkner, Kerry Brown, Lori- anne Brown, Wanda McBride, Linda Chapman, Mary McNeil, Wesley Eaglebcar, Marvin Mensaghi, Darwin Clay pool, Tom Blundcn, Walter Collar, fish and game director; Hon Black, wildlife officer from Clarcsholm: Greg VanTol, Earl Campbell, Mike Maxwell, Brian John Turuk, J i m Gates, James Bourassa, Larry Bilanchek, Jim Campbell, Rick- ey Lemire, Chris Hilliard. Den- nis Lonsbury, Randy Richard McBride and Linda Dersch. Exam results please staff NOBLEFOHD The Noble Central local advi- sory board held its regular meeting in the library of No- ble Ccnlral school recently with chairman Rev. John Moer- man presiding. Present were Tony Groten, nrinchnl P a u 1 Gen-it Van Esvcld. Wiiylz, Dale Imeson and Mrs. Gordon Luehia. Goldade reported M depart- mental papers were written at the end of semester one and a 100 per cent rate of passing was reported. He and UK leaching staff of Noble Centra! High were very pleased with the achievements of this class. Mr, Goldade also reported on gs Triplets aided (HNS) The Triplet Gift Evening, sponsored by the Communily of Ray m'ond, was most successful. The branches of tiic moncj tree were well leafed out with envelopes containing money. In addition there were many gifts for Jimmic, Dollie and Debbit all matching. When the evening was finish- ed about had been pre- sented to Ray and Cladia Sugai for the babies. They are all healthy and made their first appearance in public for a brief time at the party. Plan celebration NATAL (HNS) Planning is under way for the annual July 1 celebrations for Sparwood and this year the proceeds to go toward the recreation complex. Miss Vallie Quarin has volun leered to act as general chair- man and will be assisted by co- chairmen Gene Niklcsen and Evelyn Henriet. Other members on the com- miltce for the celebration con sist of Rosaline Bonin and Mir Bevilacqua, recording secre- tary: Lynn Menduk, corres- ponding secretary: Carmen Convey and Tina Letasv, trea- surers, and directors Dianne Pecknold. Pat Hammctt, Mary Taylor, Sally Tiavis, Carol Wa'lmsley. Gayle Travis, Vera Eva Greer women donate year. The final decision now rests COALDALE (HNS) The i with the school committee. Coaldale United Church Women j Discussion on religious edu- has decided to donate S25 to the i cation, presented at the annual Lcthbridge Menta, Health A, school meeting, was dealt 11 h c recommendation sent the I county school committee, re-1 garding the finding of tiie meetings held at the iour i schools in the country, on t h c i recommended divided school! Hansen was honored recently I vim Cimolini and Dick Clarke. Shower held COLTTS Laura was honored recently wilh a miscellaneous shower at TOP POSTER ARTISTS Harry Groten, left, and Susan Harbors, both ford, were winners in a pooler competition sponsored by the te'hbridgp the Canadian Cancer Society. The two Grade 8 students svere among the ni in the tethbridge region. Their work will be entered at tbe provincial level. tuchia Photo of Noble- branch of ie winners BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Representatives from Cole- man, Blairmore and Frank councils and from Bcllcvue and Hillcrest attended Kootenay Enterprises, Fernie Television Ltd. of Kimberley, B.C., interested this service. in providing sedation. It will go to assist the asso- ciation take patients to a sum- mer camp. "Love one another" was the topic of the devotional talk given by Mrs. L. 51. Vaselenak. Principal P. Goldade will give a detailed report at the next meeting of the advisory board on the type of religious education already being held in the school. It w a s reported the school team would com A paper on music and art life i badminton of the people in Zambia was Pete at the tournament at Ta- rcad by Mrs. S. S. Davis, in her and the ping-pong group would compete at the tourna- ment at Picture Butte. here recently to hear proposals offered regarding cable televi- meeting j At present two channels are sion for this area. Mayor George Wait of Blair- more introduced W. J. Gilles- pie and W. Gillicspie servicing the Crowsnest Pass wilh an assist by two satel- lites. Many in the area still can- not receive a signal and others ofi get poor reception. I Mr. Gillespie advised CARDSTON The signals received here would be via microwave and would be strong and interference free. He stated contact has been made with Alberta Government Telephones to carry the televi- sion signals from Fruitvale, B.C.. with a drop off at Sentinel Mountain where the signal would be cabled in. He added that ACT would not promise service under 12 months and wanted a 10-year contract. I Application for the service Chief vvould also have to be approved Mountain Health Unit will hold Its regular preschool and adult clinics for May as follows: from 10 to a.m. and to p.m. at the MD Building in the clinic office. MAGRATII Tuesdays from 10 to a.m. at the clinic office. DEL BONITA Tuesday, May 2 from 2 to 3 p.m. at the school. HILLSPHING Wednesday, May 10. from to 11 a.m. at j Trail as well as the Lethbridge the church. WATKKTON May 10. from 1 to 2 p.m. at the Lion's Hall. GLENWOOD Wednesday, May 24. from 11 to 12 a.m. at the school. by Canadian Radio and Tele- vision Commission. Mr. Gillespie provided litera- ture showing what the wide band, coaxial cable system would provide. This included ABC, CBS, NBC networks from Spokane, an educational chan- i nel the two channels now being re- ceived. There would also be four FM charge of the studybook on Af- rica. Roll call involved a donation of dishcloths for the church kitchen. Members decided to cater to a dinner of the Sunset Temple 6 district convention here June 21. Mrs. R. J. Baldly read a let- ter from the group's foster son in Korea telling of his progress in school in Hong Kong. He also thanked the UCW members for their continued interest in his well being. Donations for the bakeless bake sale are still being re- ceived. Members were urged to at- tend the annual meeting of the Coaldale Communily II a 11 board, April 26. Future use or closure of the hall will be de- cided. Miss Nettie Berg, RN will speak on her years as mission- ary in Congo, now Zaire, Africa at the June 17 meeting. Mem- bers were reminded to come and bring a friend to this spe- cial meeting. TEA SUCCEEDS FORT MACLEOD (SpeciaD- Trinity United Church Women the Coutts Civic Centre. The Vine! age Six, a singing musical group, entertained with several numbers. Miss Hansen was assisted at gift Donez and Janice Bosch. Arlene Thorslen recorded the gifts. Miss Hansen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hansen of Milk River, will be married to Robert Bosch, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bosch of Coutts. New bakery BLAIRMORE (CNP Bui-caul Edward and Lucille De Jong of Blairmore will open a new- bakery business here May 4. Mr. De Jong has been in the held a successful .spring tea and j bakery business for 17 years, bazaar. Hostesses were Mrs. Prior to coming to Blairmore Reg Purdy and Mrs. Jack Ed- he operated a bakery in gar. Presiding at the pouring! Claresholm. The new Moun- (able were Mrs. Mary Andrews, i tain-Aire bakery is located in Mrs. Edc Louwenaar. Mrs. A. I the new building complex on Segboer, Mrs. Glen Barr, Mrs. W. A. Day, and Mrs. Gladys Elgin. main street. Mr. and Mrs. De Jong have two daughters. FOREMOST (Special) Three new policies were ap- prover! at the recent meeting of the County of Forty Mile School Committee. They con- cerned transportation costs for extra and co-curricular activi- ties, leave to alicnd summer school and leacherage rentals. The committee recognized that education takes place in many situations, including those outside the regular classroom. They consider that field trips to places within the community and further afield are an in- tegral parl of the regular school program, and are therefore to be encouraged. They were felt to be of particular value in So- cial Studies and science. A formula was devised to rule out tiie inequities of the uni- form per capita system which tends to discriminate against the smaller schools. Under the new lormula. a budget for transportation for each school is calculated, based on its loca- tion, enrolment, and the grades taught. Under a second policy, teach- ers will be granted leave to at- tend Summer School at a rec- I ognized university with a loss of salary of 1-200 per day. Teacherage rentals, recently reviewed by the Committee, will be raised approximately 10 per cent effective Septem- ber 1, 1972. A review of the bus routes in the County of Forty Mile is expected to result in a saving of in th next school year. The school committee recent- ly completed a thorough analy- I sis of all bus routes, to try j and offer a more efficient bus i system without degrading the service presently provided. It was further hoped that by un- dertaking this survey at the present time, bus contractors would be enabled to make the necessary adjustments in time for the 1972-73 school year. The bus committee consisted of council members, Frank Romeike. Russell Scratch and Raymond Clark, assisted by Ken Bernhart of (lie public works department whose ad- vice was sought on this project. It is expected that the new routes will be more efficient for everyone concerned. Three routes were deleted in the re- organization. The meeting dealt with sev- eral small items of importance. The committee was informed j (hat a high degree of interest I had been shown in Driver Edu- I cation 10 as a result of a recent stolen at school break-in COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) RCMP of the Blairmore and Lethbridge detachments are in- vestigating a recent robbery in t h e Crowsnest Consolidated High School. The thieves got away wilh more than Funds included money belonging to the cheer leaders, staff, year book com- mittee. Grade 9 newspaper club, Siome economics petty cash, school damage and other I funds. Entrance gained by forc- ing a lock on a side door. i survey. It is probable that this course will be offered in Fore- most and Bow Island next year. Field trips were approved for various groups to Leth- bridge and Medicine Uat. School library budgets for elementary sh'-lents were in- creased from 57 to per pupil. The overall however, is not expected to increase sig- nificantly due to an overall drop in enrolment in the Coun- ty'.s cluincnlary schools. The of Mrs. E. j Kiiborn of Coinvorvillc School J was accepted with regret by j the commiUeo. effective the I end of the school year. Resigna- tions were also reported from a previous from Mrs. A. AF.hlon i'f l-'iunictt School, and Gerald Grimi'.-; o! Senator Gcr- shaw School. There will he six delegates from the County of Forty Mile attending the Albert a School Trustees Association Conven- iton to be held in Calgary, June j 12-13 Superintendent of Schools, Cliff Kile, announced that he will be attending, along with Roy R. Wallman. secretary- treasurer fif the County and school committee ropresenta- lives Raymond Clark, Gil Mehlen, Frank Romeike and I Lyle Nattrass. 'The conference is expected I to discuss the ASTA positions regarding to the Blair Com- mission on Mental Health as applied to education. School fi- nance is expected to be a topic of concern as a new school foundation formula is expected I to be announced next year. Crowsnesl Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCUtATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Bloirmore Phono 562-2149 Former mayor ;ane, an educational cnan-) IT from Spokane as well as JOSCpH music channels including three from Spokane and one from Wednesday. Mr. Giilespie suggested that, subject to the approval of CRTC, subscription rates would be for the initial hookup and approximately to per month. These Are Tlie iethlmdge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area CLARESHOLM ANDERSEN P.O. Box 248 COUTTS MRS. AtlCE HACKE General Delivery COAtDAlE MRS. PETER 7YMBURSKI..................Box 1005 ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK P.O. Box 1852 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIE P.O. Box 531 CROWSNEST PASS VERN DECOUX General Delivery Conlaet theic pnomo for your District or Claisified Advertising dies aI 80 CARDSTON1 (HNS) Form- er mayor .Toscph S. Low of Cardston died here Sunday night at the age of CO Active in many civic affairs, he served as mayor for three terms: 193.MO, 1945-16 and 1953-54. He was one of the three re- maining charier members of Cnrdstoa Rotary Club which was organized in lie was president of the club in 1930. and district governor in 1961-62. Mr. Low pre-deccased by bis wife in 19fil. Surviving are three sons and two daugh- ters, 25 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral services will be held in Ihc Alberta State Chapel al p.m. Wednesday, with Bishop Bricc Gaboon officiating. Sam is healthy t'HAM'.ROOK (Special) I Relieved al the critical point