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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SPIRIT LEADER Vickl Grade 11 student at the Cardston High School, .is the Grade 11 "spirit lead-, er." Olhers arc Cheryl Rus- sell and Marlene Kcnnard. CARDSTON HIGH SCHOOL EXECUTIVE Here they are, the young people who. ore planning a whole parade of student events for their Cardston High. Secrted, from left: Colelte Gibb, vice-president; Clarence Nyce, president, and Wendy Jensen, sec- retary. Back row: Cheryl Russell, Brent Neilson, staff advisor, Nancy Williams, Laurel Hartley, Cindy West, Wade Pearson, Melanio Webster, Jeanne Frank, Marlene Kennard and Garth Liston. -Logan McCarthy Photo CONSTRUCTION STARTS Ground wftrk for the new senior citizens and nursing home complex to be built on the east side and adjacent to the Crowsnest Pass Muni- cipal Hospital has begun. Glen Little construction of Lethbridge is the contractor. Footings are being laid for the unit. It will provide a 32-bed senior citizens home, 30 nursing beds and a hospital extension, administration offices and dietary services. Four staff rooms will later be converted for additional senior citizens use. The tions will also include a dining room area and recreational facilities. Decoux Photo Mrs. HiiLka thanked Prairie Rose Guides meet MacEwan speaks Friday CARDSTON (HNS) Lieute- nant Governor Grant Mac- Ewan, author of many books, will be here Friday, Nov. 17 at 8 p.m. in St. Paul's Anglican Parish hall. He will speak on The Ro- mance of Early Alberta History. Mr. MacEwan's visit is being sponsored by the library board in commemoration of Library Week, Nov. 13-17. Proceeds from this event will be used by the Cardston Public Library. Free bookmarks and plastic book-bags will be given to read- ers during library week. Anyone who has overdue li- brary books may take them back without paying the fine. Mrs. Gertie Worth, librarian, reports circulation is good at the library. There are many new books on the shelves. CARMANGAY (HNS) Car- mangay was the meeting place recently for the annual fall dis- trict meeting of the Girl Guides of Canada. This included towns of Ar- rowwood, Vulcan, Champion andi Carmangay. The name chosen for the new area is Prairie Rose. Representatives from each town reported. A donation was sent lo the Chinook area for its camp. Girl Guide "cookie day" was discussed. There will be some changes this year. Mrs. Marlene Smith moved a vote of thanks to Mrs. Rosella Hubka for her past work as commissioner and wished her well in her new job as area commissioner. Mrs. Hazel Lyckman took over as commissioner of the Bow and Arrow Division from Mrs. Hubka. Mrs. Racille Ellis led the group In a sing-soup. Miss Laurie Ellis gave a talk and showed slidtss ol the World Con- ference held at York University, Toronto, last June. She was an aide. The annual spring meeting will be held at Champion. There will be an area training meeting at Strathmore. Nov. 21 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Anyone interested is welcome to attend this meeting. Take along a box lunch for dinner. Pincher Creek probes Worth report Mrs. Larson elected by auxiliary CARDSTON (HNS) The Cardston Municipal Hospital La- rtes Auxiliary held its annual mooting here recently. The former executive was re- elected with the exception of a second vice president being elected for the first time. Officers are: Mrs. Mae Nish, president; Mrs. Reatha Stod- dard. 1st vice president; Mrs. Lois' Larson, 2nd vice presi- dent; Mrs. Mabel Gareau, sec- retary; Mrs. Reeva Anderson, treasurer; Mrs. Lucy Jones, ad- vertising secretary. Mrs. Alberta Bradshaw heads the entertainment committee. Mrs. Norma Woolf and Mrs. Thelma Lowe plan the programs each month. A good source of revenue is the novelties cupboard. Mrs. Bernice Holland and Mrs. Alice Johansen are in charge. The next meeting will be held Doc. 6 at 1 p.m. By MARG Special Correspondent PINCHER CREEK The monthly meeting of mem- bers of the Pincher Creek community who are interested in discussing education was held in the Matthew Halt on High School recently. Representation w a s from schools and parents. Most of the discussion was di- rected at various points from the Worth Report, with a va- riety of views being expressed. Some of the points included were that compulsory atten- dance to age 16 be changed to 12 o" 13; that organization for learning can be best deter- mined by the school; that the recommendation for education for native children is too lim- ited in its scope; that the pro- posed start-in-life non-repay- p.ble grant upon reaching ma- jority would not be supported; and that parents would not ne- cessarily reject a varied school year. The next meeting was scl for 8 p.m. Thursday. Dec. 7 at Matthew Halton High School. Nursing aides -want national council BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) than 350 Alberta certi- tion held at Chateau Lacombe lit Edmonton recently, express- fled nursing aides, at n conven- ed unanimous approval of GSALE WALSH CATTLE SALES WALSH, ALBERTA SAT., NOVEMBER 18th 1 P.M. 555 Bred Yearling Heifers 185 Bred 2 Year Old Heifers 161 Stock Cows Some Young Exotic Bred Bulls PLEASE NOTE: Most offerings are commercial Hercfords with some bred to exotic ,bulls. All Slock Aro Pregnancy Auctioneer: KEN HURIBURT, liconso No, 274 forming a national council. The association will be known as the Canadian Association of Practical Nursing Assistants. Us objectives arc to promote a uniformity of curriculum con- lent, and standardize training in all of Canada. It would also promote and encourage an attitude of mutual understanding and unity among the provincial associations. Attempts will be made lo form the national council with- in one year. An election of officers for the Alberta association was hold and Pat Fredcrickson of Welaskiwin wias elected pres- ident; secretary, Mrs. C1 a r a Marconi of Coleman; president- elect, Mrs. Editli Kichllwuch of Edmonton; and treasurer, Mrs. Mary Popowich of Edmonton. Various committees wore form- ed to nssisl the executive. Local Crowsnest Pass del- egntes nltendmg were. TUrs. Clara Marconi and Mrs. Mary AUduoo, both of, Coleman. 55 starts in housing at Taber TABER for I ha construction of four single family residences, issued dur- ine October, brought the total j housing units starts this year to j These include seven mobile 1 homes and a six-plex apart- 1 ment building. The four homes valued in to- lal at brought the month's permit value to 315 which Iso included an 000 renovation permit for the local United Grain Growers elevator receiving section. Homes were for Beaver Lum- ber Ltd. at 5103 57th St. at 000, Lynn Cannady at 5410 44tJi Ave. at Jolin a.nd Irene Stoiccscu at 5005 42nd' Ave. at S15.000, and Holger Just, con- Iraolor at 4621 51st Ave. at (Kin. Last year no permits were is- sued during October when the 10-month total was This yeiir the lo-riate figure