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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 30, 1974 THE LtTHBRIDGE HtRALD if Herald" District outh In short! icipal, teacher to retire 3ER (HNS) The retirement of Joe Engel after 18 j principal of the Enchant school has been announced by ichool division superintendent James L. George, signing also is Mrs. Engel. She has served many years as ientary school teacher at Hays. Both have been active in nity affairs and having sold their farm, will be moving na after the school term is completed, 'id Townsend, vice principal since 1971, has been ap- principal to succeed Mr. Engel. He came to Hays in 1967 istralia. After one year at the school, he enrolled at the of Oregon where he completed a master's degree in education, returning to Hays in 1971. Townsend has taken an active interest in the sports and jurricular programs of the school. Last year he designed demented an outdoor education program for junior high students. school board has also accepted the resignation of Sedd effective Dec. 20. Mrs. Redd has taught in Grassy ementary school for 19 years. Redd will be accompanying her husband William S. n an agricultural teaching mission in South Dakota for j Church. .-placement for Mrs. Redd has not been selected and will Dieted in the near future, says Mr. George. '00 raised in Pincher Creek >JCHER CREEK (Special) About has been rais- lly for expenses of the 1975 Canada Winter Games. ill Canada Ltd. has donated and about will id by selling advertising on the press box. The press box nated by Shell Canada. expense money will cover games coins, flags, lounge, rial supplies and a party for volunteer games workers. rter elk gets longevity pin MRMORE ut 180 Elks and guests attended a banquet and dance, n Cummings of Calgary, president of the Alberta Elks ition, presented 25 year pins to Lome Chrystal, Leslie and Jack MacPhail; and 20 year pins to Dick Morgan :er Michel. irles Wesley of Granum, district deputy grand exalted resented 35 year pins to Cecil Larbalestier, Andy Oliva, id, Fred Weltens and Les Green. He presented 30 year Howard Dancey and Clarke Bradley. appointments made (Special) Ken Donaldson and Joan aid have been appointed by town council to the olm Public Library board. cher wins appointment BER (HNS) Arthur Horovitch, mathematics instruc- the Vauxhall High School, has been appointed to the ligh school mathematics ad hoc committee. appointment has been approved by Taber school divi- istees who extended congratulations to Mr. Horovitch. 'ice of the appointment came from L. R. Tolman, te director of curriculum, department of education. d Mr. Tolman: "We feel that he will be able to provide i-of professional input that we desire and, at the same e will find the experience very worthwhile." mathematics curriculum committee plans to hold six meetings during the year, depending upon the tasks d it by the mathematics policy committee. Horovitch, originally from Montreal, has been teaching natics in Vauxhall for the past seven years. NOTICE! Our Offices and Shop Will Be 10SED FOR STOCK-TAKING MONDAY, December 2nd thru SATURDAY, December 7th (inclusive) IRRIGATION PUMP COf WlJf Box SS-1-6, 2351 2nd Ave. N., Lethbridge Phone: Off. 328-1709 Res. 327-4956 'INAUGURAL MEETING" of the CANADIAN ROMAGNOLA ASSOCIATION PALLISER HOTEL, CALGARY, ALBERTA AGENDA WEDNESDAY, December 4th p.nv Registration p.m. Social Hour Slides and Speakers THURSDAY, December 5th a.m. Buses leaving on tours p.m. Luncheon, p.m. Inaugural Meeting p.m. Banquet Guest Speakers Auction of Romagnola Semen For Program Room Contact: MRS. ELEANOR WAGNER Secretary-Treasurer Canadian Romagnola Association Sita 3 High River, Alberta 659-7134 Young panhandlers Yearling mountain sheep in Waterton Lake National Park begged for a cookie or slice of bread at the roadside. The sheep have moved to lower elevations in the park in preparation for the winter. Regina stock show ruled by South Logging halt compensation asked of B.C. government Southern Alberta ranchers ruled the roost at the Brown Swiss show at the Canadian Western Agribition in Regina this week, winning first place in all classes of competition and all grand champion titles. Bill Birch of Bi Way Brown Swiss of Vulcan won the Grand Champion Bull award with George Koskewich of Del Bonita copping the Reserve Grand Champion Bull award. Beaton Farm and Ranch Ltd. of New Dayton won the Grand Champion Female title with Paul Dee Payne of Cardston winning the Reserve Grand Champion Female award. Beaton Farm and Ranch Toys guide child's progress COALHURST (HNS) "Now. let's see how good you are at this." With these words, mothers were put to work at a kindergarten workshop here this week. Their job was to find out the many ways a toy can be educational. Under the guidance of Early Childhood Services co or- dinator Gwen Leavitt. parents discovered there is more to educational toys than first meets the eye. From manipulative toys to creative toys to prereading exercises, the mothers learn- ed how to follow their progress. "A child has to be shown how to work with a certain toy to make it more interesting for him." said Mrs. Leavitt. "Once he masters it. he can advance to a more com- plicated toy." won the Get of Sire class with Bill Birch second. Mr. Birch won the Premier Ex- hibitor and Premier Breeder award. Mr. Birch placed first in the only bull class and one female class. Other female classes were won by Beaton Farm and Ranch. Paul Dee Payne and Orrin Hart of Claresholm. In Aberdeen Angus. show competition, Southolm Angus Ranch of Coaldale and Mackenzie Brothers of Mountain View topped local exhibitors. The female which topped the early 1973 class for Mackenzie Brothers was judg- ed the Junior Champion Female. A female judged the Reserve Senior Champion owned by Frank Slezina of Southern Angus Ranch in Coaldale was also judged Reserve Grand Champion Female for the show. In individual class judging, Southolm won four second and four third place finishes. In -addition to its first place finish. Mackenzie Brothers placed third once and fifth twice. Cudlobe Farms of Slavery placed first once, second three times and third, fourth and fifth once each. Doug Munton of Coaldale placed third and fifth in two classes while Ken Munton of Champion placed fourth in another. Mr. Slezina was judged the premier exhibitor and premier breeder of the Angus show. Rod Mackenzie of Mountain View was the best local ex- hibitor in Shorthorn competi- tion at the Agribition. His animals were judged Reserve Junior Champion Bull and Reserve Junior Champion Female of the show. He also picked up two first place victories, a second, third and fifth. Cudiobe Farms placed fifth in one class. CRANBROOK (Special) The B.C. government has been asked to take remedial action to offset the disruptive effects of resource use decisions, such as those included in the Purcell study. The Regional District of DONALD H. MEDHURST lawyer appointed South judge A Medicine Hat lawyer Fri- day was appointed judge of the district court of Southern Alberta. Donald H. Medhurst, a native of Foremost, will move to Calgary where he will take office, replacing Judge Frank Quigley, who has been ap- pointed to the Supreme Court of Alberta. He has been a lawyer in Medicine- Hat since 1956. Judge Medhurst was raised in Foremost and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Medhurst. of Lethbridge. East Kootenay board says its review of the Purcell study in- dicates that "any drastic changes to resource allocation policies will have profound effects on employment and economic vitality of towns and cities in the area. Resource use'planning should be closely co ordinated with local regional and community planning activities." When major resource use changes are implemented, says the board, "remedial considerations and actions should be. undertaken by the government to minimize the disruptive effects of these decisions." The Purcell study, started in the summer of 1973, covered the area between Kootenay Lake and the Kootenay River in the Rocky Mountain Trench, and from the U.S. border north to Golden. Its final recommendation, released to the public a year later, included establishment of a 325.000 square mile conservancy, within which logging is not allowed in parts and wheeled vehicular traffic in other parts. The conservancy contains the majority of timber leases planned for Crestbrook Forest Industries of Cranbrook and some for other lumber com- panies in the East Kootenay. A re allocation of timber rights has not yet been made to equitably offset the losses. RDEK "director Lloyd Phillips of Electoral Area A. the Elk Valley, suggested that the resolution is very "far reaching" and said lack of an overall plan for his area is holding up hospital development. The board has long ad- vocated closer liaison between provincial and regional authorities on plann- ing decisions, based on the function of the regional board, to plan and zone on a regional basis. Administrator Frank Ber- toia said the resource study now being done in the East Kootenay by the department of lands, forests and water resources does not include adequate sociological studies. The board did not discuss this idea. Mr. Bertoia said a good ex- ample of where such study is needed is the Elk Valley Flathead region, north of Sparwood. where the effects on existing communities of possible coal development should be looked at before ma- jor decisions are made. Pool favored at Vauxhall VAUXHALL (HNS) About 75 people attended i public meeting here Wednes- day night and many favored community swimming pool at council's next project. Mayor James Lynn presided. In attendance werp Little Bow MLA Ray Speaker and department of youth culture and recreation of ficials Max Gibb o Lethbridge and Belle Spencer of Edmonton. Norma Zobell of Vauxhal urged council to consider building a swimming pool ir the town. Bob Skelly of the Highmount Recreation Club suggested the town help com- plete a private pool that would be turned over to the com- munity. Started about two years ago and still unfinished, it is about two miles east of town. A third suggestion was that the town and Taber school division co operate in building a swimming pool anc community hall complex. Operation Co-operation recreation grants clarified by Mr. Gibb anc Miss Spencer. Treasury Branches Staff Appointment Mr. R.W. (Bob) Yaremcio Mr. Fred Sparrow, Super- intendent of Treasury Branches, is pleased to an- nounce the appointment of Mr. R.W. Yaremcio as Man- ager of the Treasury Branch. Picture Butte, Alberta. Mr. Yaremcio was formerly Assistant Manager of the Treasury Branch at 9954 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. He has over 12 years experience in the financial field. Mr. Yaremcio assumed his new position on November 19. 1974. 50th GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY The children of Mr. Mrs. H. Chris Hansen are holding a reception in the Pioneer Lodge, Red Deer. Alberta on Saturday, Dec. 7th, 1974, from 2 to 5 p.m. to celebrate their parents' Golden Wedding Anniversary. All friends and relatives are welcome. Gifts gratefully declined. i. i, 11 Crowsnest Pass Bureau VERNON DECOUX, RMldvfll 562-2149 NOMINATION MEETING Little Bow Provincial Progressive Conservative Meeting VULCAN CIVIC CENTRE Monday, Dec. 2 p.m. Memberships available at the door. Everyone welcome. Guest Speaker to be announced. Hear more clearly without irritating background noise. Zenith's new Directional Hearing Aid. noise from 1he side and roar Come in 1or a demonstration ol the 1rom Zenith's line erf more than 20 quality you 1ind thai much of sound you ht-ar is harsh, imlalma npisp. then pur Directional 'heating a'd. Th? D" "ould be just right lor you This com- fortable aid brings you dear, rich sound at level as it ana rpdures hsrsh imwampd n> or arv pihrr si no cost 0- LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. F. A. LEISTEH, CertlflwJ AvdlotoQIlt Helping ihe hard o1 hearing 1943 Pirimroifl IDMtre Phont 3284080. 327-2272 Batteries 1or all maV.es ol hearing aids c ouziily ores THE SURFACE RIGHTS BOARD Province Of Alberta NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Honourable Dr. Hugh M. Horner, Minister of Agriculture, wishes to an- nounce that the Surface Rights Board of the Province of Alberta Will hold a public hearing at a.m. on Monday, the 2nd day of December, 1974 at Medicine Hat Legion, Ortona Room, at Medicine Hat, Alberta, for the purpose of receiving briefs and hearing representations with respect to: 1. Review of annual compensation or surface, lease rentals under Board orders or leases made prior to January 1, 1972. 2. Annual compensation or rental for above ground structures connected with oil and gas pipe- lines and power transmission lines. 3. Any other matters of general in- terest relating to the above. All interested individuals and repre- sentatives of interested organizations are invited to attend this hearing to pre- sent their views and opinions regarding these important matters which may be- come the subject of legislative action, E.A. SHUPENIA Board Secretary ;