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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 42 THE LtTHBRIDGE HERALD Wcdoowtoy, Oclol" Jnsli-iu'lors Forme planned SffirtroosucooclTJ-srSWi I MAT.M, HuRlics, 1 help in their jobs or cet a bcl- dircctor (if adult education in j tcr job, or just for self enjoy- tlic School District No. 1 (Fcv- I ment. nie) says that he would appro-1 Credit courses for adults cialc 'hearing from anyone wishing to complete high school with nn idea fo" oveniiv: are being arranged as need foi courses and from anyone who has ever taught a class who might be willing to leach it again this fall. Mr. Iklglics said that he is "willing to stage courses in anything, if students and instructors can be found." Mv. Hughes, teacher at Fcv- nie Secondary School, has been for family court NATAL (HNS) Fernie may have a family court serv- ing this area as early as Nov. 1 HC co-din i! to Aid. Hick Ycr- last council meeting. That meeting was attended liy .John Vi'eibe. regional super- visor of probation services, who favois establishment of tbc rau-t here and who advised t'nat Fernie would have to ab- them is shown. Adult students can arrange to attend school full or part-time. If feasible, half day schedules can be ar- ranged. Students wishing to work on courses on t.tieir own tune can arrange for them by contact- ing the adult education direc- appoinlcd adult education di- tor. and counselling is avail- J rector for Fernie school district able to help in course sclec- j on a half-time basis. He is try- lion. Whenever enough interest ing, on a trial basis for this is shown, evening courses will year, to establish a well round-! lie held lo aid adults in finish- ed adult education and evening i ing high school. equivalent to 25 per cent of the j coursc program. If the pro-; Vocation upgrading by total. Costs would be made up gram provcs self-supporting, il of accommodation, staffing and j wiu enlarged in the future. in Fernie this fall, adults can take courses to complete their high school education, to the actual court itself. xii-sr. coniinentinR on results, Intended location for Ibe ,f a of the issue at; court is the second door former Toronto Dominion Bank bvancb. When the new post office is completed, there probably will be space for the court in the city 'hall, now shared by both the city and the post office. 1 Mr. Yerburgh. social worker Forb only about 25 per cent of j [hjs has its cosl. i councii for establishment of the Council decided lo apply for j ccurt following similar efforts approval to set up the court af-1 ovcr iast three years by tor hearing fvom Mr. Weibe. j jjae Williams and former lle.ivy duly mechanics, motor bike and snowmobile repair, industrial first aid, report wit- i n g. a supcvisors' course and an airbrake course for drivers of air vehicles who need- cer- tification are all planned. Three newly-revised hunter I r a i ning courses will be held between now and June. Art, drawing and painting, flower arranging, defensive driving, melalwork and wood- working (or hobbyists are five non-vocational courses sched- uled. More will be added as soon as enough students and an instructor for the classes arc found. Courses are not limited to Fernie. Classes will start in the Vocation upgrading by South Country, Spam-owl and means of short courses in spc-1 FJkford as they ave called for. cific industrial, technical and stenographic arc offered MOST SPKC1ES as well. So far, courses in IK- Australia has more than 600 ginning typing, bookkeeping i of the world's 700 species ol and shorthand are scheduled.' acacia plants. Send V'ur tiirlooni The lelhbridso Herald, ol Mrs. Helen Kovacs, OOX A70, Lelhbndge, Alberta. Cartoon Rebecca Alrd. Age 12 BecKonilield, Quebec, I liOMISI.K 'I 11 ATOM, IS'HIK Mike Carey, senior probation ofiice from East Kootenay. and Paul Pushak. probation ot- [icrr now in Cvanbrook. but slated In move to Fernie as soon as the court is approved. aldevrnan Grace Gill. The application fir approval has to to the department of the attorney general, and il coukl come through as early as Del. 13. After approval is! to the city, according to i ccived. the city will liavc to ob- M.iyor t'phill. woultl run ahnm a year, roughly tain a court clerk a-d finalize arrangements for family cases. New location, proposed for airport facilities NAT.M- (I INS i ami Sparwooil officials arc op- timistic as a result of a meet- Ing recently thai a new air- port serving the Elk Valley will Fcrnic be approved for a W per cent groups organize development grant by the fed- eral department of transport. It will take a year, or per- haps longer, according to city clerk Frank Butala, to get the new land strip under way. Butala said that Ben Rule of the DOT's Vancouver branch attended the meeting to clarify the next steps for the joint committee ol Sparwood and Ferine councils, I He said that the airport prob- ably would qualify for the 00 per cent development grant, hut (HNS1! The Spar-1 that operation costs have to he wnorl Mothers Com- bovnc by the municipality or rnittee held its first meeting oE municipalities owning it. the season recently with a good site proposed is about five representation of mothers pros- j miles north east of Hosmer ml. The meeting was held at along the Elk River. U is in Uni home of Mrs. tended as a more suitable site Thomson w li o was presented than the present Fertile strip with her euuling pin by Mrs. j winch Fernie council wants to Pauline Cybulka acting on be-j use for educational institution half of District commission- i sites. Car crusher Sparwooil Tlio meeting was called pii- m.irily lo deal with the organi- zation" of the Broxvnles and Guides for the coining season t i and to prepare for registration YISll of the girls. GuifJcrs, Mrs. Sheila B r u s t nr-il Mrs. Joan Bonnier rtl ihe meeting to represent Ihe frlrl Guides. Mrs. Jannctt GrocuLt was elected president, Mrs. Anne treasurer while Mrs. Jean Craft will remain In of- fice as secretary. Brownie leaders for the three packs are: Mrs. Ruby Northcy, Brown Owl: and Mrs. Thclma NATAL (HNS) SAM, the provincial government car crushing machine, may he late, but is definitely scheduled for a visit to the Sparwood area tliis fall. To date there has been lim- ited participation by citizens in Thomson Tawnev Owl, for the I the area, with only about seven pack- Mrs. Yvonne Butler, cars having been hauled to the Owl and Donna; marshalling yant at the former Gorda, Tawnev Owl for the sec- j Natal school. "Thevc are, how- nnd pack- Mrs. Pauline Cybul- lever, sufficient cars at the Elk ka, Brown Owl atul Miss Janis I Valley Auto Wreckers lo uglify Trotzuk. Tawney Owl for the the visit of SAM. third pack. The objective of the exercise [f (he iota! of; is to try to beautify the prov- members justify the need jnce by eliminating unsightly fur an adrlitional pack, one will old auto wrecks from various be locations throughout the prov ince. There are many such ve- hicles in the Sparwood area, and the service of SAM can be put to excellent use. If one has such a vehicle knows of one that has truly boon abandoned for a number of years, they are urged fo tow it to the marshalling point or to the auto v-Teckers and con- tribute it to the program. Kngincer Jack John loaves Kaiser rjRA.NBROOK Special) Sudden ill health has forced resignation by engineer Jack John from Kaiser Coal Ltd. He was recently as- sistant to the vice-president. Following URC graduation in metallurgy he joined Crow's Nest Pass Coal 25 years ago a.s