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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Rural areas slighted on mental health services By MARY TYMIiimSKI Herald News Service COALDALE Three repre- sentatives from the southern regional office of the Canadian Mental Health Association, sta- tioned at Lethbridgc, addressed the Coaldale Kineltes recently. Special guests were Mrs. Lola Wall; Mrs. L. K. Haney, regional development commit- tee chairman; and David Iwa- asa, employed as regional de- velopment officer for the asso- ciation through a grant from Ihe federal local incentive pro- gram. Mr. Iwaasa was chairman for the discussion and presen- tation on mental health. The Kineltes were approach- ed to see if they would assist in sponsoring a public Informa- tion meeting here regarding mental health and related fac- tors. Mr Iwaasa, Mrs. Wall and Mrs. Haney outlined many fac- tors related to mental heallh in today's society. Willow Creek teachers instruct students CLARESHOLM (Special) In the Willow Creek school division, students are be- ing taught by 154 full-time and eight part-time teachers. There are two library techni- cians. In Willow Creek Composite High School, Claresholm, the principal is Daniel Le Grandeur and vice-principal is Ernest Patterson. Other members are: Mrs. Don Bush, Mrs. G. Chambers, Miss Marie Chudleigh, Mrs. A. Claerhout, Richard Declerq, Thomas Goodwin, Robert Hart, Edwin Holt, Ivan Kistiliki, John L o r e e, Edwin Meyerhoffer, Donald Nelson, Mrs. G. Norton, Neal O'Neal, Miss Lily Paviglianti, Neil Redding, Bruce Robinson, Mrs. Ross Shearer, Dennis Simpson, Don Thompson and Earl Trathen. A new member of the staff is Miss Lily Paviglianti, Coleman, who is n graduate of the Uni- versity of Lcthbridge. She will teach French. Also joining the staff this year to teach auto- motives is Bruce Robinson Claresholm. Teacher of home economics is Mrs. A. Clarehout Banff, wlw -ttendcd the Uni- versity of EcVnonton. At Claresholm Junior Higl the principal is Marcus Heck; the vice principal, Clarence Johnston. Other staff members: Miss Judy Cook, Bruce Elder, Mrs Herb Fisher, Allen Gallup, Mrs Howard Huddle, Mrs. Clarence Johnston, Lloyd La Fountain Murray MacKenzie, Mrs. Rob erf Mrs. Lloyd JJa Fountain, Mrs. Oliver Seward Mrs. William Silversides, Mrs. Marshall Waddcll Weber. Horace Gray is the principal of Claresholm Elementary. The vice principal is Mrs. Law- rence Johnson. Other teachers on the staff: Mrs. Glen Hobbs, Mrs. G. Mrs. Herb Maura- hat, Mrs. Alan McKee, Mrs. Al Morrow, Mrs. E. Morfitt, .trs. Don Pronyshyn, Oliver Seward, Mrs. Elmo Swanson, (Irs. Floyd Tratnik and Mrs. William Weber. Principal of Stavcly Junior iigh is Larry Koshney. Other teachers: Jesse Murphree, Mrs Jennie Schlosser, Robert White- lead and Mrs. Robert White- head. Teachers of Stavely Elemen .ary: Mrs. Neil Coreman, Mrs Donald Graham, Mrs. Peter Macklin, Mrs. William Mai chow, Mrs. Andrew Nowicki Jr. and Mrs. Edward Smith, At Granum' Junior High th principal is Wilfred Sullivan and other teachers are: Bev Clu'san, Mrs. Ethel De Macro Gordon Neilson, Mrs. Wilfrei Sullivan. Teachers at Alex MacGregor Elementary: Mrs Mary De Maere, Mrs. Hari Jorgenson, Miss Cheryl Morri son and Mrs. Isobel Wecrstra Hutterile colonies in thi area: Daly Creek, Granum Leonard Siemens, Claresholm principal, and Miss Donn Kadonaga, Lethbridge; Park land Evan R. Stewart Stavely. LeRoy Rasmusscn, Del Bo nita is travelling industrial art to Nanton, Stavely and Granui schools. it was pointed out that' in the ural areas services and pro- ssional counselling is very limited, compared to the cities. Through education and in ublic information meetings, he general public can be in- ormed and become more ware. Better attitudes result, long with a better understand- ng of those suffering -from this ickness. Volunteer workers are ought. The Kinetics expressed their lanks to the trio for its pres- ntation. The guests in turn ap- reciated the hospitality and aid they look forward to con- .nued co-operation. All groups in the community will be contacted, making the lublic more aware of menta" lealth. Mrs. Larry Oher will be in iharge of this Kinette commun ty service endeavor. Smook, Mrs. Walter and Mrs. William REDUCE SECRECY WASHINGTON Th state department has strippec all but senior officers of author ity to stamp a document "to The number of senio officers here and mission chid abroad with authority to us the government's highest sectr ity classification was reduce to 272 from 800. HATS ON FOR HIGHWAYS MINISTER Highways Minister Clarence Copithorne re- ceives the Tober souvenir Land of the lo-o-o-ong Sun cop from Tober Chamber of Commerce president Gordon S. Sounders during his recenl visit to discuss further work on Highway 36. Mr. Copithorne promised nothing. Gibb Photo Acreage establishes record Sugar beet harvest under way TABER largest harvest of Alberta sugar beets, as far as acreage is concerned, jot under way today on a con- :rolled basis, in preparation for sugar processing Wednesday at both Picture Butte and Taber plants of Canadian Sugar Fac- tories Ltd. While the acres to be har- vested at exceeds any previous year, Ihe tonnage is slightly below last year. At an estimated 15.25 tons per acre, a total of over Ions will be harvested as compared with last year, the highest on record. The controlled harvest will continue until Sept. 28 when all receiving stations will be on an open quota for receiving and piling beets. Operating at combined 'ca- pacity of tons per 21-hour round-the-clock day, the two No resolutions from Taber MD for upcoming Edmonton parley actories could complete thei ear's operations by the Christ-1 mas holiday weekend. The company's 180 perma- nent employees at Taber, Pic- ui-e Butte and the head office at Lethbridge. will be joined by ome 400 temporary seasonal employees who will be engaged in receiving beets and man- ning the processing stations in he plants. In preparation for a large production of by-products, the lompany has provided addi- ional storage capacity a new warehouse for tons ol pulp pellets, and a large stor- TABER (HNS) The Mu- nicipal District of Taber 14 will field a full complement of del- egates at the 1972 annual con- vention of the Alberta Associa- tion of MDs and Counties scheduled for the Macdonald Hotel, Edmonton, Nov. 14 to 18 but the delegation will carry no resolutions for the meetings. In approving the attendance of Reeve Clarence M. Jesper- sen and other members of council, the council also au- thorized secretary treasurer Douglas Francis and public works foreman Harold Tumbull to attend, as observers. The MD council met with Cpl. Morris Marsh of the Taber REHOUSE ftCMP detachment to discuss :he possibility of setting maxi- mum gross weights for vehicles using municipal (including secondary) roads. Because of damage occasion- ed by highway tracks with weights up to the limit, the council proposes to pass a bylaw effective Nov. 1 setting the maximum gross vehicle weight at pounds. Statistics received from the provincial fire commissioners' office, Edmonton, showed total fire losses in the MD area a The 19 fires were dis- tributed as follows during the first half of the year: Town of Taber, 8 Town of Vauxhall, 6 including a feed mixing plan rural, 5 and highway fires, 3 Council's next meeting wil be held Tuesday, Oct. 10 follow ing the Thanksgiving holida; Monday. Hundreds of Fantastic Buys CONTINUES ALL WEEK 'til SAT! age tank for tons of mola ses to augment the Taber fa tory facilities. Commenting on sugar prices general manager of Canadia Sugar Factories Ltd. Dwig W. Purdy noted that curre prices based on the world ma ket prices for raw sugar been at a "rewarding level, fi both company and beet gro1 er" during recent months. Because the spread betwec demand and supply worldwic is comparatively narrow, it expected that Ihe high plate, of sugar price will continue in the new year, he said. y, II, 1972 7HE tET.HBRtDGE HWALD 3 cence ntrgues Garden City boy MAG RATH (HNS) You light think this young fellow akes a dim view of going back school. Actually Cecil Kusz of Ma- rath is glad to be back in asses in Magralh Junior High This summer he enjoyed the sual boy fun of a small coun- jy friends, riding orses, hunting on Pothole reek near his home, fishing at ubilec Park and sporting that ..rut For Men badge on his hat attract girls. A few weeks Kclowna, B.C. with Grand- mother Kusz and his cousins ;as highlighted with friendly alto oti sweet orchards. Now fall is here Cecil is hap- ,iy to be at school in his fa- 'orite science art classes Iracle 8. "Holidays are he grinned, "but it's no fun sitting around with nothing to do. I'm ;lad school has started." This only son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kusz hopes to be a scion- list and build things. Next year? "Well I hope to have a motorcycle by then and really go places." One block south TABER (HNS) Taner's Robinson Store will be one block south from it ent location in the Bartram building on 49th Ave. sometime in October. The firm will occupy the new square foot building erect- ed by Parker Holdings Ltd. on the former Holiday Harbor site on 48th Avc. at a cost of The new 75 foot wide, all glass front, building is now in late stages of construction. FOR COMPLETE BOOK PUBLISHING CONTACT The Utlibrulgc Herald PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 or 328-4411 CECIL KUSZ THIS IS ALL THAT'S STANDING BETWEEN YOU AND A FREE TOYOTA COROLLA. LOCATION L W MOVING LTD, 3510 5th AVENUE NORTH Due to the tremendous response we are extending this great opportunity to save big on applian- ces for the remainder of this week. Shop 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday Nightsi We are overstocked and are really slashing pricesi GENERAL ElECTRIC TWIN BRUSH FLOOR POLISHER 19.88 WAREHOUSE SAIE, EACH SAMSON-DOMINION AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC TEA KFJTLE SALE, EACH 6.99 RCA 26 INCH COLOR TV In contemporary walnut cabinet featuring automatic color, brack matrix screen and automatic fine tuning. C7Q QO WAREHOUSE SALE, ONLY UlO.OO HOOVER VACUUM BAGS Reg. 1.00. SAtl, PKO. 570 Just Say "Charge Convenient Terms Available Remember You Always Do Better at I en locatton at 3510 5th North Phone 327-39U or 328-7222 MD paving program completed TABER (HNS) Completion of the Taber MD 1972 paving program was announced at Uie council's recent meeting when an interim payment of was approved against the total cost of Remaining is a hold back payment of The district (secondary) road 526 from Highway 38 north of Vauxhail was paved 7.25 miles toward its Enchant terminus. In other business, MD par- ritipation in the cost of con- struction and maintenance of Taber's proposed airport was sought by a town delegation. Mayor Arthur H. Avery head- ed the delegation. Conslniction costs, estimated by the ministry of transport at against which a federal government grant of has been approved, could be reduced if the construction work is done with municipal equipment. The MD council made no de- cision as to cost sharing on the project, pending further in- formal ion as lo a proposed in- dustrial development project. Every Toyota dealer in Canada has put a combination lock on a shiny new Corolla Sports Coupe. Here's all you do to win it: just drop by your local Toyota dealer's and pick up a combination. If it opens the lock, you win the It's as simple as that. You can also win one of the other great prizes shown Just check to see if your combination is on the list in the showroom. That's how easy it is to win at Toyota's Winning Combinations. Your Toyota dealer will even give you a free travel game just for walking in the door. How easy can it get? Library open PICTURE BUTTE (HNS1 The Picture Butte Municipal Li- brary is now open on Wednes- day during the noon hour to en- able students to make iisc of Ihe library. The library is extending an invitation to everyone to come in and see the large selection of books. The library board is sponsor- ing a tea in early October. Plans are also being made for a contest lo be held in con- junction wilh "Young Canada Book Week." 1000 PANASONIC WRIST RADIOS. winners must answer correcHy a SMI-testing question and qualify under contest rules. TOYOTAS WINNING COMBINATIONS COME IN AND PICK UP YOUR FREE TRAVEL GAME. Test drive a Toyola Corolla, Co rono, Celicc, Mart II or He] [-Ton Pickup at a ny one of Itwso locations. Th e n ploy Toyota's Winning UTHBRtDGE Toyofa Travel Centre Box 1302 Cculli Highway 327-3165, 327-3711 MILK RIVER Madge Equipment Ltd. Box 299 Tel, 647-3838, 647-3939 TABER Kenway Toyota 5206 46th Avenua Tel. 223-3434 ;