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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 19 LETHBRIDGE HERALD May 1974 The South In short ran urn pilot honored GRANUM Jacob Broeker of Granum has received the National Pilots Association's highest award the Safe Pilot Certificate It is granted to members in recognition of their skill and flying ability Mr Broeker was honored for more than 500 hours as a pilot- m-command a major accident involving damage to property or injury to person President A Rufus Applegarth of NPA announced the award Barnwell wants growth control TABER The hamlet ot in the Taber Municipal is suffering and the local civic improvement board wants control of future development An application for a development control order from Municipal Aftairs Minister Dave Russell is being sought by the MD council at the request of the community Such an order would require public advertising of intent followed by a public hearing for persons affected Development would be handled a development control officer appointed by the MD council Taber submits roadwork proposal TABER Roadwork in the MD of Taber just short of 'half a million dollars has been recommended by the municipal councillors for their respective districts and applications to the provincial government fur supporting grants are being made The councillors recommended work totalling an increase of above the corresponding figure a year ago The amount of grants available will be determined by the department of highways and transport after a review of the detailed proposed program Council is also requesting the department complete the paving of secondary roads in the MD which have been commenced in previous years Due to the increases in oil the department of highways has agreed to purchase for the on a about one-third of the year's requirements for road oil in the amount ot gallons in other business concerning highways in the the council approved an application by the Town of Taber to install a 56-inch culvert pipe under the park road west of town to carry storm sewer water from the town Conditions include the proper stabilizing of the soil over the 15-foot deep and surface maintenance for three years to compensate for any soil settlement during that period The council also approved a request by the town to equally share the costs of capital improvements at the municipal airport to a maximum of The improvements include installation of electric power and gas services to the and certain control measures at the airport to prevent unwarranted use of the landing strip for purposes other than aircraft movement CRANBROOK PRINCIPALS APPOINTED CRANBROOK New principals have been named by the Cranbrook school board for two city schools Principal David Shunter resigned from Mount Baker Senior Secondary to accept an appointment at Penticton His successor will be assistant Gordon whose subjects at the school have been mathematics and physical education The second principal vacancy occurred with the resignation and retirement of Malcolm McPhee of T M Roberts Elementary His vice Robert Cranbrook teacher for 14 was appointed to this office School administrators review student problems NATAL The East Kootenay Administrators' Association recently was host of a conference at Fairmont to consider the challenge of meeting student behavior and self adjustment problems. Norma Vancouver elementary school expressed the view that the school had taken on far reaching areas of areas it did not have the expertise to and now it was being held accountable in these areas. In her opinion the school must recognize its perfect its performance within and refuse to accept tasks it is not prepared to consider as its responsibility It became very clear as the conference progressed that the East Kootenay area was considered to be most inadequately staffed in the several fields of social services A very significant input of trained personnel is required if the needs of this area are to be met. Among recommendations approved by the delegates weret the several including the develop an overall regional plan designed to ensure the co operation and more efficient utilization of all the several levels of government co-operate in providing the additional staff a continuous inservice program be developed to enable all personnel to be better prepared to work in this sensitive area School municipal and provincial representatives and administrative personnel from the fields of human probationary accounted for a registration of more than 90. Each school district presented a concise statement on the nature of the problems facing schools. Reports were received from six school districts. District I calendar The Blairmore Lions Club will sponsor another wrestling match June 2 Blairmore Lions will hold a June 3 when music festival workers will be guests The Blairmore Lions will hold its annual spring barbecue the evening of June 17 at Allison Creek The Village of Elkford court of revision will be held June 3 in the village office and hear appeals from 10 to 11 a m and from 2 to 3 and 8 30 to 9 30 p m APRICOT HALVES APPLE DRINK GARDENSIDE CANADA STANDARD 14 fl. oz. tin FINAL NOTICE DO IT YOURSELF ENCYCLOPEDIA WILL BE WITHDRAWN FROM SALE JUNE 1st. COMPLETE YOUR SET NOWI ft LEMONADE ICECREAM BROCCOLI ASPARAGUS Bel Air Frozen Pink or 6V4II. oz. tin 7s1 Snow Star Assorted Flavours Bel Air Spears or Brussels 10 oz. net wt. Bel Air Canada Fancy 10 oz. net wt. pkg. pt.ctn. f U POWDERS GROUND COFFEE Sifewiy All Purpose. 11b. pkg. SPECIAL INSTANT COFFEE Airway. 10oz.njtwl.jir New at ICE TEA MIX 7QC Canterbury. 13 oz. net wt. jar. 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