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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tour schools Tuesday ---------Monday, Novnmbrt 29, 1971 THF IfTHBRIDGr HirYin 3 TABKIl OI.N'S) _ Plans for I lie anminl lour of all schools in the Tclicr school division have been made and approved by the trustees to begin on Tucsduy, Nov. :iO. The tour is designed for in- spection of llio school buildings as an assist in budget consid- erations for 1972 improvements. The tonr itinerary is as fol- lows: Hays and Kncliant dur- ing Hi" forenoon of Nov. :iO and the Viiuxhall schools in the at- lumoon. The Cliainberlain Lake) and Kinnibui'gli school's in the forenoon of Wednesday, Dec. 1 and the Earmvell and L. T. Westlake school in Taller during the afternoon. Thursday, Dec. 'I will cover' schools in Taber, Central and; Dr. H a m ra a n clemortary j schools in the forenoon and the W. R. Myers junior and senior I high schools in the afternoon. Opportunity will be afforded during the visit periods for con- sultation with the school nient the on-site look at eondilion of the buildings. CeJemsm snubs proposal to imifc '.Pass COLEMAX (CXP Coleman council at its regular meeting heard a report given by Mayor John Holyk on a meeting he had attended of the local government study group that is investigating the feasi- bility of uniting the Pass under one government. After having heard the min- utes of the study group meet- ings read, Coleman council un- animously indicated they were not interested in the amalgama- tion into local government for tile following reasons: 1. the proposed method of voting; 2. have not substantiated benefi- cial advantages to the .citizens of Coleman: balance sheets do not show true assets of the town of Coicman. Council officially appointed John Kapalka the former as- sistant secretary to the position govt. of secretary-treasurer of the town of Coleman. Donald Fleming, now employ- ee! in Olds and former secre- tary at the Crowsncst. Pass Municipal Hospital, was ap- pointed as assistant town secre- tary treasurer with duties to begin on the first of December. The local Junior Forest War- dens are interested in number- ing the Mr eels in town. Coun- cil will pivo full co-operation lo the project ant! have re- quested a representative of the Junior Forest Wardens attend the next meeting to fully ex- plain and discuss the proposal. Durmg the town's gas com- pany meeting it was disclosed that a new truck had been pur- chased for the gas department. It was also indicated that many new gas installations in trailer homes have, i as tailed. and are being Booster iiiglit supports U.S. trip for Taber team K. TABER UlNS; Dec. 11 is California Booster Night at the Taber Community Centre ice arena. A steer will ho raffled for i ;.cl expenses for players who to Lo.s Angeles to partici- pate in a hockey tournament during the Christmas to New Years holiday week. The feature game at the Ixxxs- the Taber Minor Hockey Asso- ciation and is to he self sup- porting. A good support of min- or hockey and the Taber team is anticipated. The team will leave Calgary by chartered plane. There are 22 boys and five adults (from the TMHA executive) making the trip. While in California the visit- ors will see the Tournament of Two-man force RAYMOND (HNS) The town will continue lo have a two-man police force with a new chief of police. Ira Bourne, the present chief of police, may retain the posi- tion as constable if he so de- sires. The services of Const. Merlin Campbell will terminate Nov. 30. The decision lo make the change was reached at the sec- ond town council meeting of the month following a full study of police conditions in the town. Council also took first steps lo replace secretary-treasurer W. L. Jones. He will retire. Attend parley SPARWOOD (HNS) A youth conference for recrea- tion leaders was held recent- ly at Trail. It was co-sponsored by the Trail parks and recreation commission and the commun- ity recreation branch. About 200 delegates attended from the East and West Koole- nays. Sparwnod recreation commis- sion sent Brenda Downey, Jo- anne Gris, Debbie Bernardo, Debbie Graham, Eva Seramba, B. Jobc, Lee Schaffer and An- dre Auger. Passiwords Uolyk heath light, water COLEMAX two electric candles to be Mayor .John Holyl; was appoint- installed in the town paik cd a.s president of the Coleman nd Light and Water Company Ted Kryczka was appointed as secretary treasurer. The board of directors in- cludes Jerry Kcjman, Graham Atkinson, Joe VVavrncan, BiU Kkura and Mrs. Hisura. The company has purchased addition lo the present Chns ma.s display that is set up r K h Christmas season. The light and water eompam will again sponsor prizes for the best electrically decorated homes in town and judges will make their rounds to view (he homes on Dee. 27 between the hours of 7 p.m. to p.m. SQUADRON 225 PARADES Gryschruk visits Fendc FEIINIE 'CXP Bureau) District deputy grand cxallcd ruler of the EPOE, Marx Gryschuk. paid his official visit to the Fernic Elks lodge Nov. 25. D. D. Gryschuk assisted by tire installing team from the Blairmore Elks Lodge includ- ing leading knight, Frank Vyse; secretary, Alex Wells; pianist, Bill Kundcrt: Tj-ler, Vern Decoux, and patrol team A. Giacomuzzi and Peto Kroli. installed the new Fernie slate headed by exalted ruler A Dickens. Past exalted niier Ron Cor rigan was called upon and pre- sented with a gift of apprecia- tion from the lodge for work he had done during past year. Exalted ruler Dickens was presented with his purple tas- sel. A program of entertain- ment was provided by the Blairmore Bull Elks Band. Sup- per was served by the Fcrnie Lodge. training courses, bush sun mior NCO training, as a.s the higher awards ol leadership t r a i n i n g, fl scholarships, and over j change visits. lit his i Mr. Teed noted that the nil at (.'-amp dron had fallen far short ol the .unimer un-; loo cadets enrolled sc er 1 I Discuss pupils MAGRATH (HNS) Parent and teacher interviews at Ma- grath schools were successful. Miss Moulemmvo heads vote tally for December election night, '-'.-ill he between the i Hoses parade, a professional I Response was gratifying and 1 It_____i _____j ....___ r_ NATAL (HNS) At the last regular meeting of UK District of Sparwood council, Miss Lor- etta Montemurro, municipal clerk, was appointed returning officer for the district for the nominations in November, and for the elections in December if i they should become necessary. I A resolution of the City of New Westminster opposing the proposed Moran Dam on the Fraser River was supported by and the Banff Trail bantams from Calgary, and a second game is being arranged for the entertainment of patrons. The t'.S. trip is sanctioned by "game, and Disneyland, i showed parents' concern for .Too CH-ban is the power children's progress. Re hind the effort. Mr. Oriirm port cards were given lo par- staged a minor hockev tourney strengths and weak- here during the Easter week-' end, and plans a similar event for 1975. Vocational training set in new study for Taber TABER feasibility study is now underway regard- ing the introduction of some vo- cational training at the W. R. Mvnrs High School here. Specific informatjon required before approval can be obtain- ed for vocational education in the school are: The- need and demand for vo- cational training for students, and the possibility for employ- ment in the Taber area. Inter- ested parents may contact school division or Myers School officials. The aHchtional equipment re- quired and costs of same. Tlie possibility of extending the present work experience program to include, some ap- prenticeship. Articulation with other train- ing institutions so that a stu- dent's training can continue without interruption. The upgrading of teachers' qualifications to obtain journey- maji certification. Only a limited introduction lo vocatonal training at the school can be allowed due to the school popidation and facilities. It may be possible over the next sever- al years to provide some, intro- ductory training in automo- tives, welding, beauty culture and food service, says school superintendent J a in e s L. George. The feasibility study was ini- tiated recently when J. Harder, supervisor of Industrial educa- Sion for the department, and J. Smith, industrial arts con- sultant at. the Calgary Regional Office, met with the principal and industrial arts teachers at W. R. Myers. .It's cash for holiday shopping PLUS cash for holi- day travel PLUS cash for gifts PLUS cash for ex- penses PLUS cash iust to have and enjoy! It's the PI.l'S LOAN at Beneficial Finance... cash for