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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Agree on costs TADER (UN'S) Tabcr pub- lic and separate school boards have agreed to share thc costs of special education classes in- itiated in the Taber division. The net cost per student, de- ducting anticipated revenues from required expenditures, will be about per student, which the separate school board will not accept. However, agreement w a s reached that the separate school district would pay 5300 for each student in the special education classes, two of which are being held at Tabcr and one at Vauxhall, comprising 34 students. It was noted Unit the Lcth- bridgc school system charges each for Tabcr school stu- dents attending the Dorothy Gooder School. Two schools in Edm onion charge per student for similar classes. Thc agreement is effec- tive for this year only. The mat- ter wiil be reviewed annually. Tea Oct. 20 COUTTS (HNS) Coutts United Church Women met re- cently at the home of Mrs. II. Uacke with Mrs. C. Mellafont as co-hostess. The fall project will be a tea, bazaar and bake sale, with something a little different planned for the tea. The tenta- tive dale is Oct. 20. A tolal of 10 members and three visitors. Kcv. and Mrs. Graham Dickie, and Mrs. R. AViens, were present. A thanksgiving devotional was given by Mrs. E. Ford. The visiling committee re- ported sending three sympathy and four get-well cards to members. A discussion was held on prices for banquets. It was de- cided to keep Ihe same prices as olher local organizations. The date for regular meet- ings was discussed. This was tabled until thc December meeting. A letter from thc Unitarian Service was read requesting layelts. The received an invita- tion from the Women of Uni- farm to attend meeting on prio- rities of interest lo rural wom- en as a follow up to (he report of the royal commission on Ihe status of women. Garrison ball FORT MACLEOD "Three to count down" is thc theme of thc Fort Macleod Cen- tennial committee as it pre- pares for the fifth annual Gar- rison Bail, an event of Oct. 15. The ball was the big social function of the year when the Fort was young. The commit- tee has been improving the af- fair each year with the hope of having a bang-up celebration in 1374, the town's 100th birthday. The receiving line will form at and the grand march will be at 10. Election forum PfNCHER CREEK (Special) mounting interest in the upcoming civic election, the Pincher Creek Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring an election fonim so the public may meet 15 candidates for six positions and Iwo mayoralty contestants. 11 will be held Tuesday. Oct. 12. at TAn p.m. at the Canyon School auditorium. Wins damages CRANBROOK (Special) Cranbrook fall civil assize court, with Mr. Justice G. G. S. Tiae presiding, wound up with two suit.s heard, two transfer- red lo Nelson assizes in Novem- ber and Iwo settled out of court. Justice Tiae ruled for Shep- herd Enterprises Ltd., defend- ant of suit by the B.C. Board of Industrial Relations, regarding a dispute over payment of wages. Tie awarded Samuel ralumbo of Golden assessment ol damages to a house agains1 Dawsnn Construi-lion I.imilcr allegedly occurring in the course of road construction ii the Golden vicinity. L.A.T. Mini sick represented Ihe petitioner and ,7. T. Ward of Vancouvci argued (or the defendant. Advance poll rOAI.DAI.H (7INS) The advance null for thc town will bo held from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Ocl. in the town office build- inn. There arc. two candidates for A. 1''. Blnkie. incum- bent and Dr. Bryan Finnignn. Six council vacancies drew candidates Mike liatychy, Alirnm Ens incumbent, Mel- vcrn Kpp, Karl Koxall, Mrs. Knia incumbent, John Godson, Eiigcnc Gregorash, Hill Holmes, Peter Ixlkemari, E. Duncan Lloycd, Peter G. Mar- tens William D Martens, Gail-. Thc United Church Sunday till 12 with the Neville, Hans Pfcffcl in-! school started on Sunday teachers comini Badminton set PINClllCn CHEEK (Special) -The Pincher Creek Badmin- ton Club began its winter pro- pram recently at the Matthew Halton High School gymnasi- children and unl- ling dressed arC Thuisdoy, October 7. 1971 THE UTHBHIDGF HEfAtD 5 Accord reached on dumps n Neville, Hans Pfeffel in-! school slarlcc, on Sunday teachers coming dressed as 10 pm. Tuesdays and :iimbenl, Douglas Redding and a 'hobo clays theme. j and bringing a lunch lied at the Matthew llal- r_ni i started at 10 and wcn{ Ihrough I 01 'k __________ Contesting one seat on Contesting County of school hoard lo represent the town arc Rev. Peter Retzlaff, Douglas Redding incumbent and Earl Foxall. Election day is Oct. 13. Record forecast CR'ANBROOK (Special) City building permits may es- tablish a new record for 1971, beating the 1970 estimated tally of million. September surge is reported by inspector John Davis of 42 permits issued to an estimated value of II brought to estimated value of construction for 1971 so far, compared with for the corresponding period of 1970. Preaches sermon IRON SPRINGS