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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 76. THE IHHBRIDGB HERALD 3 ima explains District PICTUHK bv gs Knights mest NATAL I HNS I Father An- Ihony OMI Council. Kniglils ol I Columbus heard district deputy sludcnt of the Kimbcr- i lev Council .sp'.'ak here reecnl- prineipal (ieorge Hanna explain helps Hie punils ly; He reported proceedings o[ the recent district meeting held net One hundred and oighly onls a.: Conn, die nighl" at the Picture liullc; explained liigii Schonl recently and heard giiidnnce counsellor in which he BEET GENERATION man Sugar Beetnik. Thai's his name. He looks gruff, but deep in his heart he's sweet os su-jar. Alex Forrayi of Picture Butte says he ran into Mr. tfeetnil: at the sugar factory. Maybe he'll sweeten the pot for the Herald's Cup of Milk Fund. fat-els of school policy. He also presented Ins con- cept of education, as applied, which allows n teacher lo leach a.1; ho wishes to teach and which, Ihrough the applic.-ilhm of a minimum of regimentation and regulations, permits a stu- dent to his mitialive and lo liecomc a refponsihie in- dependent individual preparing to emerge into (be adult world." The Picture finite High School has an enrolment of students, ill) per cent of whom are vanned lo school daily.. Two hundred and iiilend lln- senior hii'h Iwil .session and 212 pupils ailend tlie junior high school section. The staff includes 211. Evan Evans, staff adviser lo Ihe .student council, explained the function of the student council. Dennis King explained Ihe purpose of the sports council a body which has only been in operation for the past year. It became a necessity because of the extensive spoils program I being carried out. Al Hie pro sent lime the school boasts i football learn, seven basketball teams, a track and field club. Two chcerleading groups are being formed, two hundred and forty pupils are activeh involved in the sports program 'ocalional, educational and so- cial problems. Mrs. R. Court, vice-principal i t Crcston. One of the mam nf lire high sfhiidl ami Douglas j (f district Dudley, prinniwl of junior was liiuh R-hool, par- 'nlling co.inci PHI nui'ils o! schoo cndit system and Urn prerc- fiiiritcs and requisites of ;i high s'cl'ool diploma and matricula- tion. The parent Inured the scliool. visiting modern p'ny- sies, chemistry, mid language i teachers explained the function and operation. Also in operation is a school hand ul'irh has members and i1- under Hie direelion of llarvcy. It has hecn in op- cri'tion for a 14 years and will present its second public con- cert on Dec. Al the; conclusion of the eve- ning lunch was served in the hnme economies department of Hie .school. ig (his maMing were granc knigi'l Abbie. lie-jiirdins and Andy Unka. Returns home GTW.'SY LAKE i HNS) Mrs. Cyril Bourse has return ed home from an extensive hoi idr.y trip to such places as Tor rington. Fort U-iramic Dos and Iowa. Pooria. Ill and to Ann Harbor, Mich, Here at the university in Ann Arbor her nephew Dr. John Melvin is working on research inlo the safety of automobiles Mrs. Roorse continued on lo Sandstone, Minn., and return- ed home on a Canadian route. YOUNG CANADA BOOK ler of Cpl. and Mrs. J. Short, Dyr.k. Forl Macleod librarian WEEK AVd book enthusiast Andrea 4, dough- reads a book to Mitchell Oyrk, t, son of Mr. o-id Mrs. Bob Mrs G. R. Davis looks on Rending is lots of tun, eh kids? -Jean Swihart Photo isea on census Di-trict of communities. That is ar.d extension of the walei u Council recentjv re-! an aimual review of population works would not qualify for fed iived a Idler from the d-'part-' for Ihe purpose of provinc i a 1 era] provincial winter works nent'of municipal affairs' ad-! grants. 1 employment incentive program for cslab-l The deputy minisler said spc-; grams. would be cial legislation would he re- figures. quired and he felt such legisla- The Independent Foresters requested of c o u n cil vising tlia! grant lishcd municipalities based 1'JTi Council earikr hii--' for I lion vould not be favorably re-1 support for a Christmas tree- pedal considc ation in view of: ccivcd. [burning to he held in Januarj the rapid grcwlh wilhin the mu-' The deputy minisler also ad- j A charge of 50 cents per tree nicipal dMriei. vised council th? three pro-j nas scl_ proceeds will he II. ;..--ked for ill" same grams of recreation complex, givcn to lnc building fund foi consideration as is granted lo extension to Ihe sewer system recveation complex. Spai- wood volunteer firemen have been asked to stand by to con- trol the fire. Council endorsed Elks I ravel with gavel COLFMAX (CXP i urged the Macleod Elks to sup- Ten members of Ihe port (he Purple Cross Fund and lo use the fund for local benefit if any cases of need arise in the area. Also visiting the Macleod lodge were Granum and ilh Ihe Elks lodw acromji" cd ruler Dave Bo Fort Macleod rrcen sent the host lodgi (ravelling gavel. District depuly .cnind exaH- ed ruler Marx of the Blairmore lodge, accompanied by eight members. an of- ficial to li" lodge. Districi the proposal. Official opening of the Spar- wood municipal complex build- ing was announced for Dec. Ifi. Plans eail for an open house between 2 and 5 p.m. A bylaw establishing a curfew in Spanvood was adopted by council. The curfew will apply lo al] children under Hi ye: members from Drumheller. Entertainment was provided II cnlls for youngsters to be for Ihe evening hy Ihe Blair- j off Ihe streei.s by 9 p.m. except more Bull Elks band. A Chi- j for an unavoidable cause cr un- ncso .supper, prepared by the i less under proper supervision. eluded under this bylaw. CARDSTON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT EXECUTIVE High school elections at Cardslon recently resulted in the following being named to key positions, from left: Lyndale Hutcliinson, Grade 11 spirit leader; David Graff, Grade 11 chairman; Sharon Smith, Grade 10 chairman: tori Smith, Grade 11 vice-chairman: Julie Webster, Grade 10 vice- oirman Kathy Zemp Irea-urc-r Bnan Wickhorsl, Grado 12 vice-chairman; Perry leishman, vice-president; Debbm Gregson, secretary; Peggy Wiggill, Grade 12 spirit leader, Cindy West Grade 10 spirit leader and Wone Yip, Grade 12 chairman. -logon McCarthy Photo Bill Belding commended by E. Kootenay council The council will also co-op-: Pollution Control Board hcar- erate with Local BSl. I'nitcd pollution by the mining al which puts land and home and KJmhcrley flt Crallbr0ok Ma'Ch brief on LEARNING WHAT MAKES CANADA TICK This adult class of new Canadians is busy studying Hie ways of their new country. Miss Cheryl Minemolo, back lo camera, of Pincher Creek is leaching them their Canadian ABC's at the Taber Community Centre. Ross Gibb Photo COALDALE (HNS) Barons-Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring Hie following infant and pre-school clinics: TAItEli: Tuesday, Nov. 110, in the health unit office, in the Adiv.inisiration Building, from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and to 4 p.m. II A I! N WELL: Wednesday, Dec. 1. in l.he school from 1 to 3 p.m. SI'IMMIS: Wednesday Dec. I, in I h to p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Dec. 2, in the health unit office (up- stairs in tho Town Office Build- ing i from a.m. to 12 noon and I lo -1 p.m. TARKlt: Thursday, Dee. 2. in Hie health unit office in (he Administration Building from CRANBROOK (Special I (East Kootenay Labor Council, at its recent meeting, unani- j mously commended memlwr ownership Bill Belding for entering the' The Cranbrnok eity council contest councils toward breaking Ihe i run-away real estate cost spir- in the Dec. t'l municipal elec- outside the wage, earner's reach. Speaker at the meeting was SPEC in presenting a brief on tne pCB its views of proper water re- hearing in the interior on this matter lo determine the basis woci source use at a R.eginal Dis- West, government labot Kootenay forum of legislation governing mining I relations consultant service, 'he council supported labor EKLC to co-operate representation on municipal elected suits of the school from j election for Inislees for the Barons Consolidated School Dis- trict No. 3: By acclamation Hans Rutz. riislricl of Lunriy and Mrs. Sue Anderson, d i s I r i c I "f Strath- gurry. Elected; Frank Machacck. district of Centre; 10 a.m. to 12 noon to i Alfred Olscn, district of Bar- service in improving management-labor communica- tion which could easily reduce lost time wildcat strikes origi- nating simply through misun- derstanding. The council will discuss thi; and propose measures at it .tan. 2-1 meeting. in Cranbrook Nov. 26. and; inudsirial again, a technical brief ai Ihe i fluent. and el- QUILT RAFFLE WINNER l.A. ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION NO. 204 PICTURE BUTTE, Drawn Nov. 13th Art Charlesworth, No. 4322 4 p.m. (.IIASSV LAKK: Friday, Pec. :S. in the Chamberlain from 1 to ;l p.m. Muoridc tablets are available al all clinics free of charge For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- Dr. C. Palmer, n crit cal officer of heallh, urges par- j c.tii.; lo en'-ure iheir children are fulh protected acainsl coiv ons; Pliil Curie, district of Gol- denc'alc. MORE AND MO! ALBERTANS ARE JOINING THE LIGHT RCH of CHRIST 2720 21 si Ave. S. Invites You To A Series Of EACH NIGHT AT P.M. BEGINNING MONDAY, NOV. 29th to SUNDAY, DEC. 5th Bs Sure To Come No Collection? Transportation l-ree Plain Bible Teachings Inquiries Welcome Congregational Singing Uuilcd Appeal shorl Phone 328-2708 or 327-7991 1 fRAM'.ROdK Cninbronk fell I'nileri Appeal This cloM-d at All its mrnilicr will yet I heir full al 1 will be done by i nllrritm ;md emorp- enry ilenis. t'ontribnlors numbered I.R-18; nf whom '.Ml! Imsinesses; l.i'ii.'t hinihchold donors: I'itU pledged payroll deductions and regular bank de- diu'l.ion contribiilion.s. Final tola! ahead of lasl. year's final on Ihe same objeciive. Averafie contribution per cap- it a v, as compared I lie ualioiial average of TO Michart .lames Malmheri; "f foaldnlr will srrve Ihe Feod and Ag- ricultural of the t'nilrd li> MIC licet iniliislry in rgallda. lie rrccntl> irccixcd Ili'i mnslrr's (icgicr in Ulr K-icni'r "t .-luri'MllliiiT ;il ci( Alhcila. Mr. and Mrs. Malmhcrg arc look- ing Inrwanl I" al least our year in Fganda. Tl-w "ill Itiunc for weeks before they begin work. TILFORD ;