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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta MARRIED 60 YEARS Mr. and Mrs, Wallace William Austin of Magrath were honored by family and friends recently at a family dinner. It was held at Lethbridge on the occasion of their 60th wedding anniversary. Married at Salt Lake City, Ulah, in 1912, they came io Magrath from Lyman, Wyo., in September, 1926. COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Letlikidge Herald Correspondents in Your Area PINCHER CREEK MRS. EDWARD LUNN (Special Correspondent) Box 213 FORT MACLEOD- MRS. TED SWIHART 234-3612 DEL BONITA ERNIE DALTON Gen. NOBLEFORD Special-MRS. L. LUCHIA Phont 824-3346 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising Matthew Halton seeks the answer PINCHER CREEK (Special) In view of present student numbers in senior high school courses at Matthew Halton School here, Pincher Creek school division trustees are ask- ing citizens to consider these questions: What is to happen at the so- Symphony to perform at Pincher PINCHER CREEK (Special) The cultural affairs commit- tee of Pincher Creek has ar- ranged an appearance here of the Lethbridge Symphony Or- chestra. Originally planned for this month, the appearance is scheduled for March 18, 1973, at p.m. Further notice will be given nearer that date but patrons who planned to attend in Nov- ember are urged to note the change. nior high school beginning in September, 1973? Will the funds available from the province through grants en- able the school to continue to of" fer a broad diploma and busi- ness education program? If not, how much of the pro- gram should be dropped? Which subjects, if any, do you think should go? Are you willing to press for a subject that others recommend be dropped? Are there courses that should be even though funding is not enough for them? Would you be prepared to pay more taxes to provide for them? What are the implications for the community if the programs are narrowed considerably? Would many students be forced out of school by dropped programs? Are there other alternatives besides increased taxes or drop- ped programs? Residents of Pincher Creek and district have been urged to consider these questions in a re- cent survey. Ski jump aid proposal is beyond town's power PINCHER CREEK (Special) council has noted a let- ter from its solicitors saying that the proposal for the town to assist financially with ski jump at West Castle is beyond the power of the town council. May Teran reported the bid had been sent to the federal government by the winter games committee. Only those communities who wish to improve or estabpish fa- cilities for the winter games are compelled to spend any money and those communities who elect to do so must enter into a contract with the federal gov- ernment. "A SIMPLE TRUTH" Only a -few; only the handful who have learned of the lecret of Eck, have found that they can escape death _ all must learn to escape the fear of it. Notebook ECKANKAR ANCIENT SCIENCE OF SOUL TRAVEL Box 1053, Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING tfernon Deeoiix, Resident Rep., Blalrmore Phoni 562-2149 tolurdoy, Novtmber J5, THE tETHMIDGI HtKALD 3 Federal grant eyed at Sparwood NATAL (HNS) The trict of Sparwood council has learned that municipal clerk- Miss Loretta Montemurro has prepared figures which can be used to apply for an additional federal grant (under the local incentives program) for recre- aiton complex to cost This amount, representing the finishing work on the Sparwood recreation complex, has been eliminated from the current program because of shortage of funds. Council decided to table the matter until a meeting with Leo T. Nimsick, MLA. The application for the gov- ernment grant must be submit- ted before Dec. 31. Consulting engineers Under- wood, McLellan and Associates completed their analysis of re- tendering for the Sparwood pavement project. The firm recommended acceptance of a bid from Mid-Valley Construc- tion Ltd., a subsidiary of Emil Anderson Construction, for With engineering costs the total for the project would be The total cost would amount to 95 cents per front foot for a 15-year period as a local im- provement charge to pronerty- owners. Council accepted the recommendation and passed a resolution to cancel the former rates bylaw for the program. The new program eliminates curbs, gutters anl sidewalks. Council approved a new rates bylaw which has basically the same terms as the previous proposal but the cost to the taxpayer has been reduced to 95 cents per front foot. The Canadian Union of Pub- Miss Kubik showered with gifts IKON SPRINGS (HNS) Miss Ann Kubik was the guest of honor at a shower in the Huntsville School auditorium recently. A presentation was made by Mrs. J. Huchila. Miss Kubik was assisted in opening her gifts by Miss Kathy Pavka, Miss Diane Benci, and Miss Lois Binder. A buffet lunch was served to 60 guests in attendance from southern Alberta. lie Employees has been certi- fied as bargaining agent for employees of the District of Sparwood. The Sparwood Curling Club wrote to council to confirm ac- ceptance of the offer to run the curling rink for the 1972-73 sea- son. Council also received cor- respondence from the Regional Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schill receive best wishes of lowii NEW DAYTON (HNS) Seventy-five friends and neigh- bors gathered at the stadium for a farewell supper and program for Mr. and Mrs. Jo- seph Schill. They are leaving to make their home at Taber. Mr. Schill came to New Day- ton from Crestline, Ohio, in 1912 with his parents and has con tinued to live here since that time. He married the former Marion Scott of Magrath 1936. Mr. and Mrs. Schill lived and farmed two miles west of New Dayton and have four children, Scott of Regina, Eric of Leth- bridge, Mrs. Garth Volk of Bur- dett and Mary Jo at Calgary. They have six grandchildren. Mr. Schill has always been interested in education and has served on the New Dayton school board, was president of the home and school associa- tion, and was New Dayton rep- resentative on the Raymond school board. He has taken an active part on the Roman Catholic church board and committees. Mrs. Schill has held offices of president and treasurer in the United Church Women's group and has worked willingly on many committees. For many years she has been involved with the Girl Guide movement. She is Gold Cord commissioner for Alberta, dep- uty commissioner for the Chi- nook area and a Lone Guide Captain. A program was enjoyed with Elton Duell acting as master of ceremonies. Mrs. Stewart Skeith gave a reading entitled "Friends." A medley of songs was ren- dered by Mrs. Jack Duell. She accompanied herself on the gui- tar. A history of the Schill family was given by Otto Cronkhite. Presentations were made by Mrs. Cletus Kaupp on behalf of the Catholic Women's League and Mrs. Don Skeith for the United Church Women. A purse was presented by Norman Morrison, on behalf of the community. Rev. Cassidy and Rev. Gra- ham Dickie, on behalf of the Roman Catholic and United Churches, asked "God's bless- ing to he with them." The Daytones, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kaupp and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kaupp ended the program with musical numbers and a cold plate supper was en- joyed by all. Christmas concert set for Dec. 21 NOBLEFORD The annual Christmas concert of Noble Central School has been set for Thursday, Dec. 21, in the Noble Central School gym. District of East Kootenay which included a lease agree- ment for the building for period up to April, 1974. Coun- cil authorized the mayor and clerk to enter the agreement. Final reading and adoption were given to bylaw 102 to can- cel loan authorization establish- ed for the water works system. The loan was not required as the project was financed through the land assembly scheme. Fire Clu'ef Laddie Beranek presented the report of the Sparwood Volunteer Fire Bri- gade. The brigade last month was called to four fires. He said members of the brigade completed their first aid courses. These are conducted by Bernard Keeling of the St. John Ambulance Society. More district on Page 19 Sandra Erdman received a Master of Music degree from U of A at the fail convocation. She is a graduate of U of Toronto and an outstanding pianist and organist. After completing a sum- mer course at Siena, Italy, she li presently studying the harpsicord with Kenneth Gil- bert in Antwerp, Belgium. Sandra is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erdman of Barons. APPOINTMENT KARL WILDE Jack Look, owner of Look Mobile Homes, wishes to announce appointment of Karl Wilda ai Sales Manager of the Lethbridgt operation. Karl is well known in Southern Alberta, having own- ed and operated a successful bus- iness for many years. Since mov- ing to Lethbridoe, he has been active in the mobile In- dustry. Wiih his wealth of ex- perience in business and public relations, Karl well able to take care of your requirements. FIGHT INFLATION Shop these Specials at THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE MONDAY and TUESDAY, November 27 and 28 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28 Thriftway Pineapple POLY GARBAGE 19-oz. tins BY THE PIECE Pkg. of 10 for GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS ;