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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueidoy, May 1972 THt LETHBRIDGE HEPALD 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 Ihe department nf lands and forcils, fish and lile division. Leaders and award winners were Grant Jodan, Jack ton, Robert Quick, Brent Nel- son, leader: Jtiluis Mollzahn, president: Harry Chapman, Ju- nior Forest Warden leader; Stan Clicll, Ken Nowicki. 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 Eaglcbcar, Marvin Mensaghi, Darwin Clay pool, Tom Blundcn, Waller Collar, fish and game director; Ron Black, wildlife officer from Clarcsholm: Greg VanTol, Earl Campbell, Mike Maxwell, Brian Moitzahn, John Turuk, J i m Gates, James Bourassa, Larry Eilanchek, Jim Campbell, Rick- ey Lemire, Chris Hilliard. Den- nis Lonsbury. Randy Bilanchel, Richard McBride and Linda Dersch. Exam results please staff NOELEFORD The Noble Central local advi- sory board held ils regular meeting in the library o( No- ble Cenlral school lecently with chairman Rev. John Moer- man presiding. Present were Tony Groten, Gerrit Van Esvcld. V.'tiylz, Dale Imeson and Mrs. Gordon principal P a u 1 Triplets aided RAYMOND (UN'S) The Triplet Gift Evening, sponsored by the Community of Ray- mond, was most successful. The branches of I lie money Iree were well leafed out with envelopes containing money. In addition Iherc were many gifls for Jimmic, Dollie find Debbie all matching. When Ihe evening was finish- ed about 5500 bad been prc- sonled to 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 Ihis year the nroceeds arc i lo go toward the. recreation I Hiss Vallie Quarin has volun- teered lo act as general chair- man and will be assisted by co- chairmen Gene Niklcsen and Evelyn Ilenriel. Oilier members on the com- Luchia. School Goldade reported M deparl- mcntal papers were written at Ihe end of semester one and a 100 per cent rate of passing was reported. He and tin leaching sl-ff of Noble Onlral High were very pleased with the i achievements of this class. j Mr. Goldade also reported on t h e recommendation sent the j county school committee, re- garding Ihs findings of Hie meetings held at Ihe lour schoofs in the country, on t li c j recommended divided school year. The final decision now rests COALDALE (HNS) The i with the school committee. Coaldale United Church Women Discussion on religious edu- has decided lo donate 525 (o Ihe i cation, presented at the annual Lrthbridge Mental Health meeting, was ('call on women ilonaie 825 millee for the celebration con- sist of Rosaline Bonin and Mir- ella Bellina, publicity; Doric Bevilacqua, recording secre- tary: Lynn Menduk, corres- ponding secretary; Carmen Convey and Tina Lclasy. trea- surers, and directors Dianne Pccinold. Pat Hammclt, Mary Taylor, Sally Tiavis, Carol Walmsley. Gayle Travis. Vera Cimolini and Dick Clarke. ford Ihe TOP POSTER ARTISTS Harry Groten, and Suscn Harbors, were winners in a pooler compelition sponsored by ihe tc-'hb Canadian Cancer Society. The Iwo Grade 8 sludc-nls vvere amcnq he telhbridgc- region. Their walk will be enlc-red al the pr -tin both ridge (he ni al lev da tu of Noble- branch jf ne winners el. chia Photo 'ies approved i FOHEMOET (Special) i necessary adjustments in lime i survey II is probable thai this Three new policies were ap-1 for the 1972-73 school year. (Course will be offered in Fore- The bus committee consisted proved at Ihe recent meeting of the County of Forly Mile School Committee. They con- cerned transportation costs for extra and co-curricular aclivi- lies, leave lo altcnd summer school and Icacherage rentals. The commitlee recognized lhal education takes place in many situations, including those outside Iho regular classroom. Tbcv consider lhal trips of council memhers, Frank Homeike, Russell Scratch and Raymond Clark, assisted by Ken Bernhart of the p u I) i c works department ad- vice was souchl on this project. It is expected dial Iho new routes will be more efficient for everyone concerned. Three routes were deleted in the re- most and Bow Island next ycor. Field trips were approved for various croups lo Lelh- bridpc and Hat. School library budgets for clemci.larv sU'-'.eiUs were in- creased from 57 In M per pupil. The overall kidgcl. however, is not exported lo increase sig- nificantly due to an overall drop in ei'.rolmenl in the Coun- organizalion. j ty'.-, elcintiilary sehuols. The meeting dealt with sev-j The (if Mrs. E. eral small items of importance, j Kiiborn Cnnr'rrville School The committee was informed was accepted with regret hy effcaivc the lo places within the community and fuillicr afield are an in- legral parl of the rcuular school program, and are therefore to Uial a high degree of mlerest j the comimUco. be encouraged They were [ell j had been shown in Driver Edu-1 end of Ihe M'honl year. Hcsigna- to be of particular value in So-1 calinn 10 as a result of a recent Shower held cial Sllldics aml A formula was devised to rule COL'TTS Laura out the inequities of Ihe uni- form per capila system which tends to discriminate against the smaller schools. Under Ihe BLAIRMORE (CXP Bureau) Representatives from Cole- jnan, Bl.'iirmnre and Frank councils and from Bcllcvue and Hillcrest attended a meeting here recently to hear proposals offered regarding cable televi- sion for this area. Mayor George Wait of Blair- more introduced W. J. Gillcs- pie and J. W. Gillicspic of CARDSTOX The Chief Mountain Health Unit will hold Its regular preschool and adult clinics for May as follows: s from 10 lo a.m. and to p.m. at Ihe MD Building in the clinic olfice. MAGRATII Tuesdays from 10 to a.m. at the clinic office. DEL BOMTA Tuesday, May 2 from 2 lo 3 p m. at the Echcol. IIILLSPHING Wednesday, Kootenay Enterprises, Fernie Television Lid. of Kimberley. B.C., interested in providing this service. At present two channels are servicing (he Crowsncst Pass wilh an assist by two satel- lites. Many in Ihe area slill can- 1 not receive a signal and others get poor reception. I Mr. Gillespie advised that 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 (lie televi- sion signals from Fruitvafe, B.C.. with a drop off at Senlinel Mountain where the signal would be cabled in. He added lhat ACT would not promise service under 12 months and wanted a 10-year j contract. i Application for Ihe service would also e lo be approved by Canadian Radio and Tele- vision Commission. Mr. Gillespie provided lilera- ture showing what the wide band, coaxial cable system would provide. This included ABC, CBS, NBC networks from Spokane, an educational Chan- socioiion. II will go lo assist Ihe asso- ciation lake palienls lo a sum- mer camp. "Love one another1' was Ihe lopic of Ihe devotional talk Principal P. Goldade give a detailed report at the nexl meeling of Ihe advisory board on Ihe type of religious cducalion already being held in the school Hansen was honored recenlly willi a miscellaneous shower al the Coults Civic Centre. The Vinetage Six, a singing group. entertained wilh several numbers. Miss Hansen was assisted at u'.jl] the gift table by Veronica would compete at the tourna- ment at Picture Butte. TEA SUCCEEDS FORT MACLEOD (SpcciaO- Trinity United Church Women held a successful spring tea and Iwaar. Hostesses were .Mrs. Reg Turdy and Mrs. Jack Ed- gar. Presiding at the pouring ivcn by Mrs. L. 51. It w a s reported the school A paper on music and art life j badminton team would com- et the people in Zambia was Pcte a' lne tournament at Ta- read by Mrs. S. S. Davis, in her and the ping-pong group charge of the sludybook on Af- rica. Roll call involved a donation of dishcloths lor the church kitchen. Members decided lo caler to a dinner of the Sunset Temple fi district convenlion here June 21. Mrs. R. J. I3aldry read a lel- ler from the group's foster son in Korea telling of his progress in school in Hong Kong. He also thanked the members for their continued interest in his well being. Donations for Ihe bakeless bake sale are still being re- ceived. Members were urged to al- j lend the annual meeting of Ihe Cooldale Community II a 11 j board, April 26 Future use or closure of the hall will be de- cided. Miss Nellie 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. Doncz and Janice Bosch. Arlene Thorslen recorded the gifts. Miss Hansen. daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hansen of Milk River, will be married lo Robert Bosch, son ol Mr. and new formula, a budget for transportation for eacli school is calcinated, based on ils loca-' lion, enrolment, and the grades j taught. Under a second policy, teach- ers will be granted to at- lond Summer School al a rec- university with a loss of salary of 1-200 per day. Teachcrace reviewed by rentals, recently Ihe Committee, Mrs. George Eosch of Coutts. will be raised approximately 10 per cent cffcclivc Septem- ber 1, 1972. A review of the bus routes in the County of Forty Mile is expected to result in a of SIO.OOI) in th next school vear, New bakery BLAIRMORE (CNP Edward and Lucille De Jong of Blairmore will open a new- bakery business here May 4. Mr. De Jong has been in the bakery business for 11 years. S500 stolen at school break-in COLEMAX (CXP Bureau) RCMP of the Blairmore and Lclhbridge detachments are in- lions wore also reported from a previous frrrn Mrs. A. Afhlon i'f School, ap'l Gerald t! Licr- sii.T.v Sci.ool. There will ho t'x delegates from Ihe Co-.inty of Forly Mile attending Ihe Alberta School Trustees Association Conven- ilon (o bp held in Calgary, June 12-13 Superintendent of Schools, Clilf Kile, announced thai he will be attending, along with Roy R. Wallman. secretary- i treasurer of the Counly and vesligaling a recent robbery in I school committee representa- I h e Crowsnest Consolidated j lives Raymond Clark, Gil Hi.aii School. i Mehlen, Frank Romcikc and The thieves got away wilh more than NOO. Funds included money belonging lo Ihe cheer leaders, slaff. year book com- mittee. Grade 9 newspaper club, home economics petty cash, school damage and other i funds. The school committee recent- j. Entrance was pained by forc- lo Blairmore bakery in Clarcsholm. The new Moun- Prior to coming he operated n ly completed a thorough analy- sis of all bus routes, to try flnd offer a more efficienl bus system without degrading Ihe ing a lock on a side door. Lyle. Naltrass. The conference1 Is expected lo discuss Ihe ASTA positions regarding lo Ihe Blair Com- mission on Mental Health as applied to educalioii. School fi- nance is expected lo be a lopic of concern as a new school foundation formula is expected to be announced next year. (able were Mis. Mary Andrews, I lain-Aire bakery is located in i service presently provided. It Mrs. Edc Louwenaar. Mrs. A. Segboer, Mrs Glen Hnrr. Mrs. W. A, Day, and Mrs. Gladys Elgin. Ihe new building complex on was furlhcr hoped lhal by main slrect. clcrliiking Ibis al Mr. and Mrs. De Jong have two daughters. present lime, bus contractors would be enabled to make the i Croicsnesl Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vcrnon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blnlrmore Phone 562-2149 Former mayor Spokane, an educational Chan- I -j i -r nel from Spokane as well as) JOSCpll LOW the two channels now being re- dies aI 80 ceived. There would also be four FM music chnnnels including Lhrcc from Spokane and one from May in. frnm lo II a.m. at j Trail as veil as the Letlibridgc the church. WATKKTON Wednesday. Mr. Gillespit; biifjye-sleil thai. May 10. from 1 I" 2 p.m. al the subjnrl. to the approval of Lion's GLEMVOOI) 'Wednesday, May 2-1. from 11 to 12 a.m. al the school. Mr. Gillespie subject to the CRTC, subscription rates would be for Ihe initial hookup and approximately 57.50 (o per nionLh. These Are The letlikidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area CLARESHOLM ANDERSEN P.O. Box COUTT5 MRS. MICE HACKE Goimrol Delivery COAtDAlE MRS. I'ETER 1YM6URSKI..................Box 100S ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK P.O. Box 1B52 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIE P.O. Box 531 CROWSNEST PASS VERM DECCUX General Dolivery Conlatl Ihrtc promn ffr nistricl Now! or ClaisiFicd Adverllllng CATiDSTOX (IIN'S) Form- er mayor .Joseph S. Low of Carrlston died here Sunday night at Ihe age of CO Acliye in many civic affairs, he served as mayor for three terms: 1335-M, 19J5-I6 and 1933 54. He was one of Ihe three re- maininp; charier members of Cardsloii Rola'-y (.'Hib which was organized in W29. lie was president of Ihe club in 1930. and district governor in 1961-62. Mr. Low prc-dcccascd by his wife in 19B1. Surviving arc three sons and two daugh- ters, 25 grandchildren and one grcnt-grnndchild. Funeral services be held in Ihe Albcrla State Chapel al I p.m. Wednesday, widi liishop IJricc Cahoon official ing. Sam is healthy I'KAM'.HOOK iSpedall P-elieu'cl al Ihe critical poinl n[ demise Ihe pasi few weeks. Cranbrook's seventh annu.-il Sam Sleele Days, like ils bonoree Sir Samuel llcnlon .Sleele. lias vigorously revived. Two-year chairman Don 1-ock- rclirrd from dircclion Ibis year and if hung in Ibc balance. Dales are Aug. in lo n In- clusive.. More ECONOMICAL for you. Better for ECOLOGY. Glass recycles. Js why! It's the real thing. Coke. ;