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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta dfincluy. 17, 'HE LtTMBRIDGf HW.ALD Passwords Students plan supper COLEMAN (CNP A pot-luck supper will be held in the Crowsncst Pass High School from 5 to 8 p.m. Satur- day, Nov. 20. It is sponsored by scliool stu- dents who are attempting to raise funds for various school activities. The menu will include tur- key, ham, roast, beef and roasts of pork, salads, cabbafic rolls, meat balls, chili and a wide assortment of foods. A fee of for adults and 75 cents for children 14 years and under has been set aril for those persons who wish to take out the entire family a special rate of has been set for a family with up to six mem- bers. Miss Nattress in concert at 8 MI1.K rtlVIOK (HNS) Miss Lima-lie Naltrcss, daughter of Mi1, and Airs. Don Nattress of Milk (liver, will present a se- nior alto saxophone recital in the Erie Rivers High School Music Room at 8 o'clock to- night. Miss Natlress has won many honors for her musical ability in piano, voice and alto piionu. She has Iwiee won the gold Crow service set Sundav hers are invilcd lo attend. The Knights' annual mas party for members, their wives and guests will be held in the Coleman Catholic Hall on Friday, Dec. 10. Credit Union .Hall. Families j Fee has been set at ?3 per and friends of deceased mem-' couple. Wojtulu -wins Kaiser gift BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) S't. Joseph the Worker Coun- cil Knights of Columbus will hold a memorial service for de- ceased members at 8 p.m. Sun- day, Nov. 21, in the Blairmore NATAL (HNKi Lori Woj- tula, a senior student at Spar- wood Secondary School, recent- ly was named the winner of the Kaiser Resources Scholarship in the amount of She plans to use the scholar- ship towards her studies at Sri- kirk College in Casllcpar. B.C., where she will msjoring in nursing. Richard D. liaison, a stu- dent in forestry nt Ihc Univer- sity of British Columbia, was tile winner of a award of- fered by Kaiser Resources. He won the award for his work in the areas of conservation and rehabilitation. He plans to use the money to- help pay fees and registration in Ills final year of forestry al the University of British Columbia, Vancouver. Jude rules for eviction NATAL dlNS' School trustees of the Fernie school district heard secretary trea- NATAL (HNS) Aid. Siro j b'ght, power and janitoral ser-1 surer E. T. Chambers speak TOP HEED I.atin'lic Natlrcss of Milk Kiver will perform music by Eccles, Glascr-Raschcr, Ibert and Cliaillcux in the Erie Rivers High School music room at X o'clock tonight. medal for alto .saxophone at the Moose Jaw Kinsmen Inter- national Band Festival. Last year she was the re- cipient of the Hendrickson Cho- ral Award for significant con- tributions in the field of choral music. Miss Nattress is a pupil of Charles Hendrickson. S'he will be accompanied by Mrs. Betty Ucndrickson. Included on the program will be Sonata by Hemy Eccles; Variations on a Gavotte by C o r e 11 i by Glaser-Rascher: Histoires by Jacques Ibert and Andante and Allegro by Andre i Chailleux. I The recital is open to the public. This Thursday, Friday and Saturday FOR ItOOIIIUSIE SPECIALS TAKE ADVANTAGE ONLY WE CAN LOSE Healed lobbv isS? for (iraiiuin xS GRAN'UM (HNS) At a joint meeting of the Recreation Board and the Curling Society, it was decided to begin work on a joint project, a building containing two heated dressing rooms and a heated lobby for the skating rink. This building will Itc con- nected to the curling rink and will have a communicating door. Excavation work on the site began this week. Brotliers issues warning on rising school costs Cimoliiil has advised the Spar- j vice for the building and that wood council that final j Uic municipality provide the expropriation notices for the remaining properties in Natal are out. The expropriation being undertaken under an urban re- newal scheme. lie also paid that in a recent court case the judge ruled eviction (or a Natal service station operator. He said the Regional District of East Kootenay hopes to award the final demolition con- lot, the basement and repaint- ing of the building. He also sug- gested that the Kinsmen would have the right to use the build- ,_...... _ ing for their meetings. The. j ponditurcs of 1971. on monetary needs of the dis- trict when he presented his 1872 provisional budect esti- These tola! S.GW. from Hie actual moving cost for the building Mr. Chambers stressed the Brothers expressing concern over the rapidly-rising cost of j education. This year the government of B.C. granted B.C. civil servants a six per cent increase in sal- aries. Mr. Brothers warned the school board the government will share in increased salary ex-1 costs only "up to per cent." He asked the board for a list up would be taken care of by the administrators of the urban re- newal scheme. figures are estimates onlv. The board also received a letter from Education Minister Mrs. Bianchi heads COITT.S (HNS I members tract prior to year end. The re-1 of Hillsvicw WI met at llw gional board will also pay those home of Sirs. Ed Erickson to to be expropriated a portion of make plajis for the coming sea- tile offer originally made to son. them. The portion discussed j Mrs. Tom Bianchi was re- was 50 per cent turned for another year as In regani lo the Glk Valley president as was Mrs. Louis zoning. Mr. Cimolini reported Kolcsar as treasurer. that the regional district by- i New officers elected were law had been changed was given final reading and sent lo Victoria for approval. The disposition of (he Kins- men Health Centre building in Natal came to council for dis- cussion again as a result of a letter from Dr. .1. M. H. Hopper of the East Kootenay Unit Boar d of Health. Dr. Hopper suggested that the provincial government provide heating, Turkey dinner NEW DAYTON (I-LVS) A turkey dinner, sponsored by the New D a y I o n United Church, will be held al Ihe Kta- diiun Sunday afternoon, Nov. 21, from two until six o'clock. secretary Mrs. Bob Hulit, vice- president Mrs. J. D. Ramsay and director Mrs. Jim Garnet. Mrs. N. Archibald is in charge of get well cards and t h e Mrs. and home economics; Mrs. William King, handicraft and cultural arts; Mrs. Ed Erick- branch conveners arc F. Dangerfield, health group gifts this year ami recipes will be sent to the Kinettes of Milk River for the cook book they are compiling. Group meets NEW DAYTON (HNS) Members of the New Dayton j Plcted until earl5' ls72- United Church Women gather- of names of all its teachers, their professional qualifications and salaries now being paid each. Mr. Chambers estimated the teacher salary cost will rise by to a total of Janitors and engineers' sal- aries are expected to increase by and general admin- istration costs by Bus operating expense is ex- pected to increase by while the debt services and current non-shareable capital accounts cost is expected to in- crease by The budget will not be com- PROCTOR SILEX 2-SUCE Reg. Price 10.88 DOOR BUSTER SPECIAL Reg. Price 99c A TERRIFIC BUY AT 6-ROLL PACK CHRISTMAS FLORAL IFT WiAF PHOTO Eliminate Paste and Corners Reg. Price 88c 3-DAY SPECIAL Reg. Price 2.88 DOOR BUSTER SELECTION 5 IBS. ed for their November meet- ing at the home of Mrs. Jim Ross. Committees were appointed for the turkey dinner to be held this Sunday at the Stadium. Mrs. Stewart Skcith Teacher! gather BOXED CHOCOLATES SO.93 SPECIAL FOOT STOOL A WIDE SELECTION OF DECORATOR COIOR5 son, agriculture and Canadian i a meeting of the presbytery at industries; Mrs. Boh Hulit, j Tabcr and reported that sup- citizenship and education, and nf lhc Lakes Mrs. J. D. Hamsav, sociaj ser- United Church has hecn taken over by the presbytery. She reported that the Canyon Church Camp is ill need of funds and support. The Christinas nicotine "ill take the form nf a luncheon al the homo of Mrs. Elton Duel! on Dec. R. Oi_! attended j at btirllllg vice. The Hillsviow branch will support Die Community Youth Club and Grain Sunday School with (heir Christmas program Doc. 38 at the Grain School Com Hail. The district's senior citizens will again be sent Christmas STIRLING The an- nual Warner local ATA Insti- tute was held at Stirling with President Brian O'Ncil, of chairman. Purpose of this gathering was to bring forth problems and solutions relative to this area of Alberta as well as stimulate teachers with work- shops in the various courses instruction. Alberta Teachers' Associa- tion staff officer, Mel Sillito of Edmonton spoke on ''profes- sional development in Alber- ta. Fifteen teachers who are new to this year's staffs throughout I IIP district were introduced. Presentations and expres- sions of gratitude were given to the three teachers who will be retiring at the close of this year; Mrs. Xonna Christcnson, a Stirling elemen- tarv teacher: Mrs. Lo r a i n e Dawson of the Coutts .school, and Mrs, Dorothy MacMNiati of Ihe Milk Uiver High School. W e I c o in c s were extended from Mayor Clifford Hirschc of Stirling, William Hogenson of the Stirling School Board, Donald Chrislcnsen, board member of the County of War- ner and G. Polvin, Warner County superintendent. BACKS RECREATION Max Gibb, southern consullant for Ihe recreation branch of the provincial department of culture, youth and recreation, left, presents a cheque for to Mayor lloyd of Cardslon. Al right is Don Card, Cardston recreation board chairman. Tho was lurnnd over lo Ihe M.D. lo be used in the development of the golf course, v-Colhei iiift Hull Photo, ire victims NKW l HNS i A ll hen slmwer was held Iiere r Hie Donald C hrislensen Miily uiio losl. their posses- sions when (ire recently dc- royed their home. large number of friends were on hand from Wrenthnm, ;md New Daylon willi liii! Now Dayton Heereation Association in charge of n ean- vns In aid Uio ChrislcnscM, SUDDEN BEAUTY HAIR SPRAY PROTEIN SHAMPOO 14-fl. OZS. A TERRIFIC BUY AT Reg. Price 91 c DOOR BUSTER PRICE BAKERY SPECIAL! AN IDEAL GIFT! MEN'S STRAWBERRY A delicious desert at o delicious price 3-DAY SPECIAL Use Your Your Woolco Credit Card Wii "A New Woolworth Service" ;