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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LZTHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Mciy 11, 1972 Parenls express concern ri.VCHEU CllF.KK (Special) The May muriinq of the calinn iKTc was aL- temk'd by was the first topic. 'An I'xplirii-ticm s given on Hie school hoard's de- cision I" nLiiinc the lilis eemce for Imui stmlculs. It was pc'.nfed nut I'nat there are no funds available for this service, Iiuses rannot accom- jnodato all children desiring rides to the west end of the town. Pfire'r'; cnnceni about tho thr.nfe nuci indicated (hey will approach Iho hoard on the matter. Bad language drew com- menls. It was nolcd that this habit is not followed in the priMiico of divisional staff. A strong ap- peal was made by one parail that all parents accept I he re- sponsibility of asMSlinp; young- sters to improve I h e i r lair gti'U'c. Merit pay discussed and some of the of Iho principle were mentioned. How- ever, it was recognized that desirable cooperative work would suffer and that evalua- tion to determine who should receive merit pay is H diffi- culty. A general feeling emerged Hint it is more important lo eli- minate incompetent teachers. A number of parenls spoke on their expeciaiions concerning discipline in the schools. It was generally agreed well moti- vated students require a mini- mum of disciplining. Horse clinic PINCIIER CHEEK (Special) The PinchCT Creek parks and recreation department will host the third arnual Monte Foreman horse clinic at the Pincher Crock Memorial Arena May 13 to 21. For more information phone C27-1322. Register beginners May lU.AIRMOnR (CNP Bureau) Paul K. Zuhick, superinten- dent of schools, lias advised parents and guardians of chil- dren in the Crowsnest P a s s School Division No. 63 who will be sit years old Sept. 1, 1972, they should register the pupils. The schedule for Coleman Central School is from 1 to p.m. May 23 through May 29; Isalwlle Scllon School, Dlairmore, from 1 to 3 p.m. May 23 to May 20; and the M. D. McEacliern School from 1 to p.m. May 23 to May 26. Parenls and guardians whose children will be six years old by Feb. 211, 1973, and who feel their youngsters are malmx; and ready for Grade 1 may con- tact the principal of the respec- tive schools am! discuss the po sibility of ivfiKiorm; sue youngsters orientation se sions. The school division cann> guarantee that any of Lhcs younger students be cnro led in Grade 1. This will dc pend on the availability of sta and facilities The orientation procedure will be explained by (lie prlr cipais during registration con facts. More information inny be ol taincd by telephoning 562-258 or 562-2W2. MOST EXPORTED Practically the alum mim production of Nonvay exported. FORD, CHEW. PLYMOUTH, _ _ 4-ply Nylon 95 CHAMPION 4-ply Nylon CHAMPION to fit many models of FALCON VALIANT CHEWYII DODGE, OLDS. PONTIAC FORD, CHEV. PLYMOUTH MERC. WHITEWALLS FORD CHEV. PLYMOUTH 6-ply Nylon TRANSPORT TRUCK TIRES lo fit such eis VANS, CAMPERS PICKUPS Now available at these Firestone Stores or participating Dealers Ask about our CAST BUDGET TERMS Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 OK course TAEER (HNS) Secretary- treasurer Tom Anton and two members of council were auth- orized lo molor to Medicine Hal to meet with the deputy minis- ter of municipal affairs lor a discussion of new legislation af- fecting town operation. Mr. Anton and assistant sec- retary treasurer Larry Flcx- haug will attend a secretary- treasurers' refresher course at the Banff School of Fine Ark June 4 to 7. 'Live-in' SPARWOOD (HNS) Pari- shioners of St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church have received an invitation to take part In 'a "Live-in" lo lie held May 2G to 28 at the Catholic Central High School, Lelhhridgc. The "live-in" is billed as an experience in Christian living. It is open to anyone It) years and older. It begins Friday at p.m. and ends Sunday at p.m. The cost is per person or ?20 per couple. All meals will be provided. Individuals are requested to bring a sleeping bag and toilet articles. Four graduate DAYTON (HNS) Graduation exercises were held at the Warner High School, Fri- day, May 5. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furnilura Bldg. fO PHONE 328-7684 M New Dayton students gradu- ating are Wayne Cronkhite, Roberta DcPratu, Keith Greeno and Shirley Karpuik. Meeting stays TABER (HNS) Town councillor Mrs. Helen Wenlz's proposal that annual ratepay- ers meetings be replaced by Ihree or four regularly spaced lown-hall-lype meetings receiv- ed little support. Council appeared divided in its support of the open forum meetings. Council was gener- ally opposed to the cancellation of annual meetings, even on a trial basis. Mrs. Wentz's proposal that the town develop a souvenir in the form of a medallion was referred back to her to bring in recommendations. Loan granted RAYMOND (HNS) Ray- mond mil receive for improvement of sewage treat- ment facilities. Central Mortgage and Hous- ing Corp. announced the loan for the Raymond sewage pro- ject Wednesday. Camp direefor NEW DAYTON (HNS) Miss Mary Jo Schill will be em- ployed as camp director at Camp Okcekun, Fort Macelod for the summer camping sea- son. Offer property SPARWOOD (HNS) Prop- erty owned by the Kparw o o d MD is being offered lor salo at a set price of for a hotel or motor hotel develop- ment. The property will he sold to the developer whose proposal is accepted by council. To date there is no hotel or motor hotel at the Sparwood townsi te. Tea Saturday NEW DAYTON (HNS) The United Church Women are holding a Mother's Day tea and bake sale Saturday, May 13, from to 5 p.m. at the New Dayton Stadium. Everybody is welcome CONSIGNMENT SALE SATURDAY, MAY 13th at 1 p.m. AT COMMUNITY AUCTION EARN DRIVE-INN ROAD, CRANBROOK, B.C. For Further Information Contact GAMMEL'S AUCTION SERVICE 25 9th Ave, S., CRANBROOK, B.C. Phone 426-5500 GARDEN SUPPU WOOLCO GARD Powerful Rider Type Lawnmower with 5 H.P. Briggs Stratfon Engine! Get your grass cut 1he easy and comfortable way. Forward, Neutral and Reverse transmission, 24" non- adjustable blade. 10" rear wheels, 3" fronls. EACH 50- Nylon Garden Hose Reinforced Nylon comptets with brass full flow coup, lings. EACH 3.97 Snap. Lock Fence Check Woolco's complete selection of Flower and Vegetable Seeds O n e-piecfl construction moulded from high-impact Polystyrene. Easy to as- iemble. EACH 37" Grass Shears Chorme-plated tubular steel handles. culling blades. EACH 4.27 Raid Insecticide Large 11.-2 or. aerosol can. Kills most household Jnjecls on contact. CAN 13" Shrub Hedge Trimmer Famous Black Decker shears wilh single edge blade to keep your hedges and shrubs trim- med. EACH Lawn Ornaments Complete wilh strike, Choose from Squirrels, Ducka and Bears. Brentwood H.P. "Red Turbo" Wilh world-famous Briggs SimMon motor) vertical pull slorfcr and dial control; P-posillon hoighl adjusters on each whcelj 7" wheels. EACH USEYOUR "CHARGE IT" Opon Dally 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.r College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;