Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
PLAN DAY CARE CENTRE Kalhy Bergen, left, Anna Retzlaff and Anne Bergen, of Coaldale, plan to operate a day care and drop-in centre at Coaldale from May to Aug, 16. It under the federal government's Opportunities for Youth program. Tymburski Photo Coaldale grants for 6drop-in' project COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Opportunity for Youth project has been approved by the federal government. Appearing at council recent- ly were Kathy Bergen, spokes- man, Anna Retzlaff and Anne Bergen, all of Coaldale, coord inators of the project. They, and a number of other local persons, along with vol- unteer help, plan to operate a day care centre and an evening drop-in centre. In earlier contact, town coun- cil assured the group the town would provide the necessary facilities for such a project. Now tiic government go- ahead has been received, the group approached council HIGHEST Miss Patricia Dawn Wozak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wozak of New Dayton, has won the Kl'.vanis Student Award of S3flO for achieving highest average in first year business administration at (lie Tjcthbridgo. Community Col- lege. again, asking for assistance particularly for facilities where the two programs could be con- ducted. Council allotted to assist in the project. Suitable accommodation will be sought. A number of loca- tions were suggested. Council lor Peter Letkemann has bc'jn the liaison between council and the group. He will now work with councillors Mrs. Erna Goertzen and William Martens as the liaison committee to en- sure the project is set up and in operation. Miss Bergen emphasized the aim is to involve the entire community. She stressed the need for vari- ous furniture and equipment, such as tables, chairs, cribs, IONS and games. Starting date is May 15. The group plans a wide range of activities which will encom- pass the community as a whole. They plan to accommodate about 50 children and more if the need warrants. One of the chief aims is to provide a day care centre for children of the native people coming into the area to work on the sugar beets. These children will be picked up, cared for and fed a noon meal with activities to be ar- ranged for the youngsters. The evening drop-in centre Is to be geared for both Indian and white young people. It is to be set up to provide them with recreational facilities1 and or- ganized activities which will stimulate creativity: sports, handicrafts, enter t a 1 nment, and drama during the evenings and week-ends. "The project is aimed at bridging the gap existing be- tween the people of Coaldale and the Indians who come Into town for a few months, by pro- viding opportunities for them to interact with each other." It is Pension plan sessions set Canada Pension Plan official J. C. (Fern) Bouchard says H. F. Viney will be in attendance at: SPARWOOD Town Hall, May 15 to a.m. FERNIE City Hall, May 15 to 3 p.m. CRANBROOK Room 101, Federal Building, May a.m. to p.m. KIMBERLEY Union Hall, May a.m. to 4 p.m. CRESTON Federal Agri- culture Building, May 18 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mr. Vincy mil answer queries on the Canada Pension Plan, the old age security and the guaranteed income supplement. Save as you Order- before June 30th Now is the time to reduce the cost of your lubricant requirements by taking advantage of cur Spring discount offer on a wide variety of quality Texaco lubricants. Don't wait until the last moment offer expires June 30th. The savings are madc-to-order; tailored lo the size of your order. Act now. [TEXACO Farm LubrkantJ JIM SWARTZ TEXACO PRODUCTS BOX 590, VAUXHALL Phone 654-2555 M. BALOG AND SONS PETROLEUM PRODUCTS LTD. Rov 328 BUIRMORE- Phona 362-2144 LAVERS BULK FUELS LTD. 1915 2nd Avenua South Lethbridgo Phona 327-2762 callustodayandsave! hoped the community will be inspired lo continue to work at this problem in the future. Participants who took part in planning the project along with Kathy Bergen, Anna Rctzlafl and Anne Bergen are Mr. and Mrs. Les Brandt, Sharon Mar- tin, Shirley Derksen, Phillis Unrau, Dave Bergen, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Wiebe and Dave Driedger. The group will becom part ol the community for the summer by relating to various local so- cial and church organizations as well as the Alberta ite Home for the Aged and the Sunrise Ranch, Coaldale. It was noted all have skills, abilities and training to qualify in operating the day care and drop-in centre activities. One member is a certified teacher, three have experience working in day care centres with Chicano, Indian and Negro people. Almost all have worked in summer camps, one as a recreation director. (They plan to work in close co-operation with the Coadale recreation COALDALE The Barons- Eurcka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre-school clinics; ENCHANT: Tuesday, May 10, in the School from 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, May 16, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from JO a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, May 18, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABEK: Thursday, May 18, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. HARDIEVILLE: Friday, May 19, in the School from to p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388; and Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against conta- gious disease and tooth decay. Jhildren should be taught the basic rules of cleanliness fid that smoking contributes lung cancer. Improve parks FORT MACLEOD (HNS) The Fort Macleod recreat ion board has approved use of Sum- mer Temporary Employment Program (STEP) money for the Fish and Game Centennial Park development and a general up- grading of ball parks and other recreational facilities. The grant totalled GOLD MEDAL WINNER Patti Kunderl, left, Blair- more gymnast, won a gold medal at the recent pro- vincial gymnaslic meet at Edmonton, excelling as the top novice girl. Margaret McDonald of Coleman took second place honors. Coach is Renso Castellarin. They are members of the Crowsnest Consolidated High School team. Decoux Photo Cut tax rate NATAL (HNS) A 72.79 pel- cent increase in assessment values has allowed the school board of the Femie school dis- trict to decrease its mill rate by 2.84 mills, despite its heavy financial commitments for new buildings, more staff and added operating casts. The financial report prepared board secretary E. T. Cham- jers was presented to the board and was approved. Money which must be raised 'or school purposes totals 023.328 and with the new as- sessment figures, the mill rate of 1972 for educational purposes will be 30.36. levied upon 100 per cent of ail taxable land and 75 per cent of all taxable im- provements within the Echoo] district. Amounts to be requisitioned ficm the four components of the district are Fernie, Spar wood Elkford, S34.795 and the rural areas Cox Ranch sohl to Lipperts FORT MACLEOD (IINS) The Cox Ranch in the Porcu- pine Hills has been sold, ending a family business venture of 71 years. Friday, Moy 12, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 POT-LUCK By D'ARCY RICKAEB ordered a rug a month open! I'm coinji to someone ago and still haven't got it. Retired North West Mounted Personally, I think it's hung Police officer Col. II. Cox up somewhere between Pia- homcsleaded the land in Sask., and Seven Persons. Later if was taken over by Us Somc m.m somewhcre son Bill. Recently if was sold lo the Lippcrt Brothers, Paul and Kurt of Calgary and a third brother in Newfoundland. The takeover will be in June. Mr. and lUrs. Bill Cox are now residing here. is probably beating it out on on the carpet for this! Indoor or outdoor or in mi- lady's chamber, this is too long to wait to walk barefooted in my rumpus room. I know how thc.se kids feel, the.se kids who shipped their the dusty prairie somewhere at i science fair exhibits fo Sarnia, some abandoned railroad sid- j Out., and arc still wailing for a ing. I scientific explanation of when T mean, this is terrible! 1 refuse to sweep this under the rup I want if, out. in the Tax burden increased KIMBERLEY City of Kimbcrley 1972 mill rate has been struck at 73.54, com- pared will) the 1971 rate of 77. Comparative analysis, 1971 bracketed: schools, 30.61 general purposes, 37.63 debt. 7.53 hospi- tal, 1.93 and regional dis- trict, .84 (Ml. Audited J971 financial state- ment shows S15.157 surplus on total revenue of Real property taxes provided and unconditional pro- nnw thi? Rail service h than it ever was. I recall, back in 1913. I rode a freight train from Ksmloops, B.C., to Vancouver and the ser- vice was lousy, f was supine on my belly for about five hours at Boston Bar, wondering if they were going lo leave me there or get another cncine. Then all the kids yelled ''Hobo! at me and the railroad didn't (ry to stop vincial transfer grants j them. Revenue included own reserve H'hen that rug comes, (il was fund transfer and Kimberley Ski shipped April 27. I'm assur- Club transfer as operator of the I'm going to put it right city's Noilh Star ski hill down and chew it. Six ones two times three (S1E 2T3) Make up your own way to remember your code. Then send it to your friends. Youth grants okayed TABER (HNS) Federal government grants totalling covering five Opportu- nity for Youth programs have been announced by Agriculture Minister H. A. (Bud) Olson. An inter school tutorial pi o gram will provide a month's employment for 10 intern teach- ers. They will provide tutorial service to individual students to overcoming problems in mathc matics and basic reading. The I grant amounts to A grant of goes to rassy Lake pair to clean up I and encourage full use of park I 'acuities. A summer games project 11 Enchant will receive for j three people to pursue com- munity awareness of camping skills, arts and crafts. j At Vauxhall a project involves i grant of Two people vill provide daytime programs "or children in arts and cralts ;amcs, canoeing, sports and Damping, and evening classes or adults to include.badminton and other recreational tics. Five people will be employed at Hays, at a cost of MI he renovation of existing rcc- realional facilities there. 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