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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Honor Marie Gaetz ETZIKOM (HNS) Miss Marie Gaetz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.- George Gaelz, was feted in the Hoping Community Hall recently with a miscella- neous' shower hosted by the Faith Sacred Heart Catholic Women's League. For entertainment, Miss Cherylann played several piano selections. Assisting the bride-to-be in unwrapping her gifts were her sisters, Bernice and Loretta Gaetz, her cousin Miss Yvonne Foss with Miss Alice Dixson recording. A table cloth, a Faith CWL gift, was passed among the guests to be signed. Master of ceremonies for the occasion was Mrs. Math (Doro- thy) Harty. Miss Gaetz will be married to Grant Traxler, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Claud Traxler, May 30. I ftjvr ri, mUV-YB x Roundup of District News TX.R'r' .y r. Friday, Moy J7, THI LITHMIOOt HIRAIB 3 Teachers Quit Grants COALDALE (HNS) Town council recently granted 000 to the southern regional recreation board. This leaves still in tin fund allotted to recreation in the 1970 budget. The town grants funds to the board as needed. Club Sends Bill COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Curling Club seeks from the town for ice skating at the rink for the 1969-70 sea- son. Town council turned the bill over to the southern regional recreation board. Two sheets of curling ice are rented at the curling rink for winter skating. Refresher Course COALDALE (HNS) Herb Fletcher, town secretary-treas- urer, and George Kemper, as- sistant secretary-treasurer, will attend the refresher course on municipal administration to be held June 8, 9 and 10 in the Banff School of Fine Arts. Purchase Truck COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Volunteer Fire Brig- ade has purchased a 1956 CMC panel truck. It will be used in place of the old ambulance to transport men and extra fire- fighting equipment to the scene of fires. No More Drives COALDALE (HNS) Offi- cials of the Coaldale Wayfarer Girls Club of the Coaldale Men- nonite Conference Church re- port in the future there will be no more newspaper drives. This is due to stricter sorting policies and decreased prices in effect with the firm accept- ing the newspapers. During the past two years 23.6 tons of newspaper .were collected from which was realized. This money was used to send a total of 873 chicks to Haiti under the self program of the Menno- nito Central Committee. 76 Charges COALDALE (HNS) During April Coaldale police laid 76 charges. A breakdown of the charges Taber Seeks Department OK For School TABEB (HNS) A restate- ment of need to replace the condemned 60-year-old Central School building has been sub- mitted by the Taber school di- vision to the school buildings" board, department of educa- tion. A similar statement was adopted by tire board of trustees more than a year ago. Under present regulations "approved" statement is ef- fective for one year, hence the need to restate the need at this time. Trustees had decided earlier to build a new school on the present Central School site the block north of 54th Ave. and west of 54th St. The board engaged Royal Trust Company gf Lelibridge to make an appraisal of the W. K. Stone and Mrs. Olive Johnson residential properties on the Central School block, the only privately owned prop- erties on the block. Over the past several years, the school division has ac- quired all other privately- owned lots. It is intended that these all be removed to clear the site for a new school to be erected shortly. Representatives of architects Gordon and Mangold, Edmon- ton, met with the trustees. A delegation is expected to visit the firm's "round school" at Cardston before a firm de- cision is made relative to the new school's design. Royal Canadian Legion Walkathou Scheduled For Saturday, June 20 FORT MACLEOD (KNS) The local branch of the Hoyal Canadian Legion will sponsor a Walkathpn Saturday, June 20. This year sponsors will be able to indicate which' cause they wish to donate. They will choose the polio fund, education, sportsorthe building fund. The Legion supports educa- tion by awarding scholarships and conducting essay contests. It encourages sport by provid- ing uniforms for little leaguers. The building fund is to en- able them to build an addition to their premises. Sponsors will be asked to send cheques or take in their money to the Legion. Iron Springs Loses NOBLEFORD (Special) In North County Little League Play, Nobleford defeated Iron Springs by a score 31-4. Nobleford 'defeated Turin 21- after four innings. The game was called because of rain. POSTED FOR DUTY RCMP Const. Takeo Richard Kimoto has been transferred for duty to British Columbia after successfully completing recruit training at Regina. Const. Kimoto is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Kimoto of Crowsncst. Frank Koci Shows Works At Pinclier PINCHER CREEK (Special) The art works of Frank ioci will be displayed Friday, tlay 29, from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday, May 30, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the meeting room in tire basement of the OTTO ball. Mr. Koci's work is well mown in this area and he has aught a number of successful art classes in the Crowsnest Pass and Pincher Creek areas. Admission to the display is ree. indicate nine under the Crimin- al Code; 52, Highway Traffic Act; eight Liquor Control Act, one bylaw offence and six under the Juvenile Delinquents Act. There were also 70 warn- ing tickets issued. One accident dam- complaints were received by the police de- partment. Councillor Ben Reimer report ed council that vanda ism had increased considerably recently. occurred involving ages. A total of 226 Branding Day Scheduled For June 20 CLARESHOLM (HNS) The third annual Claresholm and District Chamber of Com merce western branding da' will be held at the Wes Aim Ranch, 17 miles west of here Saturday, June 20. It will begin at 9 a.m. The day's activities, set in scenic Porcupine Hills country will include food, refreshments true tall-tales and branding o; 100 or more calves. Only charge is for the dance in the evening. Interested persons may con- tact S. R. Christie, chamber president, Box Clareshohn. The evening events include an old-time dance, fiddlers' contest, music by John Berg and the Drifters, oldtime dress and "many attractions in true old west tie. said Mr. Chri- ROSS GIBll Herald News Service TABEIt Seven teacher re- signations and one leave of al> sencc approved by the board of trustees have aided Taber Sclwol Division No. 6 in its economy program of reducing the division's teaching staff by five. While tlie resignecs remain unnamed, the leave of absence was granted Miss Debra Jen- sen of the Central School staf] to return to university. Teachers engaged for the next school year are Miss Catherine Buchanan of New Brunswick, now at the Univer- sity of Alberta, to Vauxball High; Mrs. Sallymae Chant of Lethbridge to W. R. Myers High School here; and Miss Linda Mellom of Castor to tlis Encliant school. Miss Aurora Batuyong of Dr. Hamman school, Taber, aiv! Miss Bernadita Albano ol Chamberlain School, Grassy Lake, were granted early leave to attsnd summer school at the University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore. At its recent meeting, the board granted payment of registration fees for Ardwyn Stcnehocker of W. H. Myers High School. He will attend a power seminar at the Univer- sity of Alberta during August. Tlie board approved a three- year program for the division's instructional materials centre which provides for continuation of present policies and proce- dures in principle. Also approved was a new school aida policy replacing the iormer secretarial program. AID TEACHERS The new policy provides for more non-professional help to je used for secretarial duties, recess and noon hour supervi- sion, and other non-professional work, relieving professional eachfers of much extraneous work now performed. The board authorized school superintendent Dr. Wesley P. 3ddy, secretary treasurer Richard M. Greenaway, and Tustee Ray B. Evanson to at- a short course arid semi- lar on school administration at .he Banff School of Fine Arts June 11 through 13. CIRCUS PLANS The use of school buses was made available on a cost basis, p transport local children to NEW CO-OP MANAGER Bob Nishikawa is the new general manager of the Pin- chcr Creek Co-operative As- sociation, succeeding Frank Frcy. Mr. Frey recently was honored it a retirement ban- quet. lire Sbrine Circus at Leihbvidge June 3 and 4. Tlic request was made on behalf of Ihc Masonic Lodge by Arthur II. Avery. Fluids were allocated for the installation of water and sewer services to the school division's buildings at Barnwcll, namely the school and three residences there. The board set Tuesday, June 16, for its1 next meeting, de- laying by one day to accom- modate the school superinten- dents who are otherwise en- gaged on the regular Monday date. Mrs. Graham Heads Crafts COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. Erie (Annabelle) Graham was recently elected president of the Coaldale Arts and Crafts. Others elected were: Mrs. Esther Corey, vice-president; Mrs. Tom (Joan) Corey, secre- tary and Mrs. Frank (Erna) Goertzen, treasurer, Mrs. William (Gladys) Hart is past-president. The next regular business meeting is tentatively set for the fourth Monday in Septem- ber. flic Tlie imported table wine from Portugal that is making historj I Smitty's Pancake House Franchise Available Excellent location !n Marathon Development in City of Lethbridge to be open about Octo- ber, 1970. Cash required approximately Capital investment returned in ap- proximately four years. For further Information please write or phona SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. 709 8lh Ave. S.W., CAIGARY, Alberta. 263-5683 (403) DINE AND DANCE At the This Saturday! f Enjoy Our CHEF'S SALAD or our complete A LA CARTE MENU All art prepared lo your individual requests and tastefully urvedl NO COVER CHARGE! CANADIAN WHISKY Ponderosa Auto and Trailer SALES LTD. 2nd Avo. and 20th Si. S. Phone 327-2747 TRAILERS 1970 Cascade Campers (5 tiiei) 1970 Starcraft (6 1970 Sportscraft 1970 Edsons 1970 Skipper Campers, and Trailers (all siies) 1770 Can percttcs and Dog House PRICED TO SELL 1970 Fiberglai Topper P.-ked