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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Parents as teacher aides okay in 'Pass 31, 1973 -THE LETHSRIDOE HERALD -15 BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Lawrence Pizzey, Isabelle Sellon School prin- cipal, told the Crowsnest Pass school board recently that some of his teachers want to invite parents to assist in the school as teacher aides He said he wanted the The Herald' program to start im- mediately Trustees said non- professional people can be of great assistance. But the board said teachers who don't want help from teacher aides won't be required to work with them. The board approved the use District Kaiser land holdings opened for recreation NATAL (HNS) Bob McPhail vice-president of Kaiser Resources Limited and general manager of the local operations, says the com- pany s philosophy on recreational use of Kaiser land is to open these areas to the public The company feels that it has control of too vast a holding of lands suitable for recreation to reasonably prohibit recreational use of it The company has indicated that its lands are generally open to the public for recreational use on a very common sense approach Areas have been posted where hunting is not per- mitted Other lands have been posted with a warning to the effect that the company can- not be responsible for any loss or injury suffered by sportsmen using lands under their control The company would not like to see recreational use of Harmer Ridge or on any other area where there are active workings Kaiser does not want to en- courage people to use areas such as Coal Creek, where there is an abandoned tipple The company will also dis- courage recreational use of the areas where some in- stability has been experienced such as at the slide area near Sparwood or at the slide area near the McGilhvary Crossing Waterton Park to get Sewage treatment plant WATERTON The federal minister of the environment has advised Joe Clark MP for Rocky Mountain, that a new wastewater sewage treatment system will be installed in Waterton Lakes National Parks The minister advised that preliminary engineering studies on the system have already begun It is hoped that construction will begin in the summer of 1974 Mr Clark said he has received assurances that the new sewage treatment system will not harm the physical beauty of the park He said the proposed new sewage treatment facilities will incorporate the latest in technology and will provide a high degree of treatment Taber joins ambulance group TABER (HNS) After a long and sometimes heated discussion Taber town coun- cil agreed to join the new Alberta Ambulance Operators Association The fee is Boy seriously burned The association will co- ordinate ambulance services following a survey of equip- ment and personnel qual- ifications across the pro- vince A four year-old Fort Macleod bov is in serious con- dition in Foothills Hospital in Calgarv following a fire about 2pm Sunday Lethbndge RCMP said Michael Poje and three other children were playing in an abandoned vehicle on a private parking lot in Fort Macleod Michael was caught inside when the interior of the vehicle caught fire, police said Youths sing at bazaar COUTTS (HNS) Mrs Evelyn Long of Coutts directed young people of the Coutts United Church when they sang at the recent United Church Women s fall bazaar in the Coutts Civic Centre WEEKEND SPECIALS! of volunteer aides under the following provisions "Volunteer aides are to be used only by the teachers who wish them, teachers shall re- quest aides by writing to the principal, each school using aides shall formulate a written policy on the use of aides outlining the job description and control of the aides This school policy s.nall be fully understood by and shall be made available to all members of the school staff and a copy of the policy shall be forwarded to the superintendent and the school board "Volunteer aides shall be administered as per the line and staff diagram in the policy handbook Trustees Mrs Betty Slapak and William Kovach, accom- panied by supenntendant Paul Zubick and secretary- treasurer Emil Sapmsky, will attend the Alberta School Trustees Association Conven- tion Nov 4 to 7 The board ratified its contract with Guido Petrone and its agreement with the bus drivers through CUPE Safety awards given TABER (HNS) Two presentations highlighted last night's meeting of town coun- cil One was by Dusty Rhodes, manager of the Lethbndge branch of the Alberta Motor Association and the other by the Taber Lions Club A special citation for pedestrian safety in 1972 was presented by Mr Rhodes to Chief Const Gordon H Hack- ing and Mrs Alice Long, president of the Taber Ladies of Kiwams The club has promoted the Elmer the Elephant Safety Program in local schools The plaque second received in the last two years, was a joint award by the Alberta Motor Association and the Canadian Automobile Association and was earned in a Canada-wide program in the 5 000 to population class On behalf of the Lions club, Coun Ken McDonald presented to Mayor Arthur H Avery a cheque for representing proceeds from the Taber Centre concession booth The funds will be put back into the recreation com- plex Game checked NATAL (HNS) A total of 1 587 hunters with 34 elk, 19 whitetailed deer, 10 mule deer, eight moose and three black bear were checked at the Cranbrook and Kimberley check stations during September This compares to 970 hunters with 18 elk, 17 whitetailed deer, 11 moose, six black bear and five mule .deer m September, 1972 75 PAIRS LEVIS CASUALS Solid colors, stripes, whites, bell bot- toms Rea to 12 95 Only DENIM JACKETS Levis faded Blue, White or Brown brush-1 cottons Factory price 15.95. Now only 50 PAIR WRANGLER CASUALS Perma-Press. Sizes 27-38. Reg 1195 CLEARING AT Vi PRICE 100 PAIR OF PERMA PRESS LEVIS FLARES Brown, Blue, or Grey tweed. Sizes 27- 38 Reg. 1200 CLEARING AT 50 PAIR OF LEVIS BLUE JEANS Button fly, sizes 30-38 Reg. 11.95. 'NOW JUSTARRIVEDI WESTERN SUITS NEW SHIPMENT by PRINCE CLOTHING T95 595 795 WESIEBN WEIR f----------- Phont 321-4726 tht Lirpotl ot Htutm Ww In Help for handicapped A worker for Sunrise Ranch holds a cheque presented to the Alberta Association for the Mentally Retarded, by Auctioneers Association of Alberta From left to right are: Les Handley, vice- president of AAA, Alec Jozsa, chairman of Charity Auctions of Lethbndge, Trent Low, sitting in a chair made at Sunrise Ranch, Vi Gregerash, director for the Lethbndge Association of Mentally Retarted. Sunrise Ranch is a training centre for mentally handi- capped people. Land designation extension approved Study funds acquired 4-H club executive named NATAL (HNS) The Regional District of East Kootenay has been successful in acquiring from the B C Land Commission to aid it in designating land in the East Kootenay But RDEK directors dis- agreed with the commission's earlier ruling that regional boards had to designate all lands within their jurisdic- tions within 90 days RDEK directors insisted that to do a good job they not only needed an additional four months but also needed money Under terms by which the land com- Warner men compete in races WARNER (HNS) Six men from the Warner area competed in the recent fourth annual Alberta 200-mile cross country motorcycle races held recently in the Gold Springs Park area near Milk River Ken Wong and Jerry Nilsson teamed to enter the 250 cubic centimetere class They both rode Suzuki motorcycles and finished eighth They received trophies Mike Hutchmson and Russ Olson teamed to enter the 250 cc class They rode one Hus- qvarna motorcycle but due to late mechanical problems were unable to finish Ed Sloboda teamed with a rider from Kahspell, Mont, to enter the 250 cc class They both rode 400 cc Husqvarna motorcycles and finished fifth The race was won by a team from Lethbndge, Deam McFadden and Joe Crandall mission was set up, it was em- powered to give financial assistance to regional boards for the land planning An additional is to be used in an attempt to resolve conflicts arising out of land use RDEK directors have con- sistently said their intent is to designate all land not merely to agricultural land They have resisted suggestions that they go along with maps prepared by the B C depart- ment of agriculture It was reported thai upon receiving word of the grant from the land commission, the RDEK called upon Acres Con- sulting, to begin work im- mediately on the land study NOBLEFORD (HNS) Kevin Luchia has been elected president of the Barons-Noble 4-H Club The new executive includes Duane Enckson, vice- president, Johnny Groten, secretary, Reese Mclntosh, treasurer, and Gwen Luchia club reporter Perry Luchia is the club historian Social conveners are Henry Srhultz Stuart Rogers and Veronica Jankums Martv Atkinson is the club librarian Pygmies, Eskimos discussed WARNER (HNS) Mrs Bunny Enns spoke about Pygmies and Eskimos and showed a film on the northern people at a recent meeting here of the Warner chapter of Beta Sigma Phi It was held at the home of Mrs Mary Anne Atkins Three Warner women were welcomed into the club, Mrs Vicki O'Donnell, Mrs Lynette Entzmmger and Mrs Dixie Jones Pledge rituals for the new members will be held Nov 7, at the home of Mrs Connie Eliason of Wrentham Personality and relationship will be the program for the next meeting, to be given by Mrs Darlene Smith of Warner ROYAL DUTCH AFRICAN AMARYLLIS BULBS Plant now for Winter enjoyment S5 .00 Complete Bulb and Planting Kit Salmon, Striped, Scarlet MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Phone 327-1515 4th and 7th St. S. Foremost village council names mayor for year FOREMOST (Special) The recent annual reorganizational meeting of the Foremost village council elected George Piper as mayor for the next year Mr Piper was elected to council six years ago Since that time he has served on all committees For the last two years he has been deputy- mayor The new mayor is a local farmer, 42, and a bachelor He has resided here all his life and has been active in many organizations over the years Mr Piper replaced Remhold Karl, mayor for several years He requested that someone else take over as mayor and gain some ex- perience in the position before the next local elections, scheduled for 1974 The position of mayor in this community is not an elected one, the incumbent being chosen from the five-man council at the annual reorganizational meeting Piper DUNLOP FORD'S Exhibition Pavilion November 6th to 10th With Household Appliances -From... 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