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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta School Chairman Resigns BLAIRMORE (CNR Bureau Salus of Colcnian ha resigned as chairman of tin Crowsnest Pass School Divisioi board of trustees. Mr. Salus anc family will be taking up resi dence in Fernie. The board hired Mrs. Jean Ede, Mrs. Dianne Stojak, Mrs Kay Wright, Mrs. Barbara Brososky and Robert W. Elliot as part-time teachers. Tcrders will be called for pro viding bleachers in the new Crowsnest Pass High Schoo and tenders will also be invitee for the purchase of the old ele mentary school in Blairmore. Approval was given for the installation of coin operated beverage dispensers in the new high school at Coleman. The board approved provid- ing a room for use as a class- room for the Coleman Head- start program. The Pass Judo Club were also given permis- sion to use a room for judo classes. Both rooms are in the old Coleman Elemenlay Cen- tral School. The board will rent a video tape recorder with 23 inch mon- itor for previewing films in all classrooms of the divisions schools. School Superintendent Wil- liam "Bill" Ede is attending a Can a (I i a n Education Confer- ence being held in Edmonton this week. SATURDAY MEETING IRON SPRINGS annual fall organizational meet- ing of the Lethbridge Northern Busy Bees Girls' Club will be held Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. Kirby at All girls here and in the district interested in the club's activi- ties are urged to attend. CLARESHOLM LOSES LANDMARK The first building in Claresholm is being dem- olished. Built in the 1890's as a CPR station it served later as a home for a section man's family. This structure was put togethe r with square nails. Taber Board Hears Hospital Report COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre-school clinics: TABEK Tuesday, Sept. 29, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. COALDALE Thursday, Oct. 1, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER Thursday, Oct. 1, in the Health Unit Office in :he Administration Building, "rorri 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. GRASSV LAKE Friday, M. 2, in the school from 1 o 3 p.m. _ Thursday, September 24, 1970 THE tETHBRIDCE HERAtD 3 'Mrs. Connelly Bows Out After 25-Year Career LUNDBRECK (HNS) .Miss- ing from (he halls and class- rooms of Livingstone School in famous polo team) in and left teaching until 1043 when she began an eight-year term of Lundbreck this year is a woman I service in the same school. MKS. CONNELLY whose teaching career touched most families in the Cowlcy- Lundbrcck area Mrs. Marion Connelly. This veteran teacher rctimi the end of June and was among four w'.io left the em- plcy of Pincher Creek SD 29. Mrs. Connelly spent her earl- ier years around Calgary and took her high school in Banff. Her father was the late Col- onel Fred Bagly who came west with the original North- Mounted Police in 1874 and remained with the force for many years. This explains Mrs. Connelly's deep and abiding interest in southern Alberta and its rich history. NORMAL SCHOOL She attended Calgary Normal School in 1927 and was appoint- ed to Lee S'chool north of Lund- breck. She married A. M. (Bert) Connelly (of Cow-ley's Standard Of Care High TABER (HNS) The finance committee's renew of expenses and work load at the Taber General Hospital at a meeting of the hoard of directors, in- dicated the high standard of patient care offered at Taber ieneral with a resulting higher cost. This indication was disclosed rom the laboratory and x-ray vorkload here being more than wice the average for similar in- titutions. The report also noted the igher number of nursing scr- rice hours per patient day re- ultant from the inefficient ilant layout, as maternity lases remain consistently high- er than the average for hospi- als of the same size. The board discussed the prob- ems of providing quality pa- ent care within the present uilding, and a delegation will Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Cernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 call upon the minister of healt! in this regard. The hospital board approvec payment of accounts for Augus amounting to for payrol and for operating ex- pense, voted to establish a line of credit with the local Trea- sury Branch in the amount of and learned that the County of Lethbridge is delin- quent in payment of its supple- mentary requisition. Cranbrook Girl Captures Medal CRANBROOK (Special) Dana MacDonald, 11-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dun- can MacDonald, Jr., of Cran- brook, has won the Hoyal Con- servatory of music silver med- al for British Columbia for pianoforte, grade three. She is a pupil of Mrs. Edna Gilmour. The award is accompanied by a Frederick Harris scholar- ship for further piano studies. Her practical examination was on a Canada-wide basis. Administrator John W. How- ard noted that while August oc- cupancy declined sharply to 59 per cent, the over-all occupancy for eight months remains at 70 per cent, an increase over t previous year. In her report to the board directors, director of nursi, Mrs. Mary Harding advis that to contain rising nursi: costs, three openings in t service department will not filled. She said one registered nur and two certified nurses aid are being transferred from tl children's ward which has :ow occupancy this year, to tl openings on the medical an surgical floor. Pbicher Creek News Koumlup Good Year For Swim Pool BRIDE-ELECT NATAL (HNS) A well a tended miscellaneous s h o we was held here in honor of Pa1 ine Lalonde, daughter of M and Mrs. Joe Lalonde of Spa wood. Therisa Cole of Fern assisted in the opening of gif with the guest book attended b Debby Morgan and Tina Eyba chuk, both of Sparwocd. Both Stores... NORTH Home of fine Brazier foods Dairy Queen brazier dog and shake braiier CA I 2 DAYS ONLY! FRIDAY and SATURDAY September 25th and 26th BOTH FOR ONLY Eat, drink and be merry! BOTH O Mayor Magrath Drive South LOCATIONS 13th Street North, Lethbridge PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek swim- ming pool reported a satisfac- tory season under the supervis- ion of Joyce McLeod and the coach of the Swim Club, Cam Brown. Lessons were taught by high- ly-qualified instructors and for the first time pre-beginners swim instruction starting from the age of lour years was held. The Southern Alberta South- ern Games were held and also an international swim meet. Fort3'-one participants and chaperones travelled to Colum- bia Falls meet. in Montana for a Hospital Occupancy Disclosed The Pincher Creek Bandmin- ton Club will hold its first meet- ing Thursday, October 21 at 8 p.m. in the Matthew Halton Gym. The club will meet Tuesda and Thursday night from 8 10 p.m. and anyone intereste in this activity is most come. For further information, con tact John Heaton at 627-1018. The Pincher Creek Region al Parks and Hecreatio Board, in co-operailon wit Peggy Bronn, figure skating in structor, will offer instruction t minor hockey players in powe skating. This instruction is recom (mended by the minor hocke coaches and will cover stops starts, balances, turns from forward to backward, skatin backward and many other skills necessary to playing bette hockey. Class will be six candidate to pay the instruc- tor's expenses. There will be no charge for the actual instruc- tion. Leo Harrold. South Zone chairman, will be in charge of the clinic which will consist of When the centralization of rural schools occurred she laught one year at Cowley where she was principal. She laught continu- ously at Livingstone School in Lundbreck since then. Her heart will always be with teaching and with the children to whom she has given so much in her 25 years of dedicated service. The old Lee School was re- cently purchased and moved to her home ranch site where it remains in its original condi- tion. Big Turnouts Are Recorded At Cranbrook CRANBROOK (Special) Cranbrook Projects Society's initial concrete item, barely at proposal stage last fall, has closed for the winter. It is the concrete heated swimming pool in Cranbrook Civic Centre acreage, formerly the Bishop Doyle Property. It was started in late spring, delayed by mnstmclion and opened for swimmers Aug. 11 fully staffed under city rec- reation auspices, with Mrs. Robert Apps supervisor. At conclusion of its mini- season she reports registration of 12.3 pre-beginner swimmers, 12fi beginners, 63 juniors, 2fi in- termediates and nine seniors. More than half this tally won Red Cross certification when examined by a qualified Kim- PICTUHE BUTIE (HNS) Head Nurse Mrs. Rose Mori- to 10 per class to facilitate yama reported to a meeting of more personal instruction. Reg the Picture Butte HospUal Cation will close Thursday Board that the August occu- October 1 Mncy rate in the hospital was' PLAN CLINIC 54 per cent. A total of 480: Plans are being completed to physiotherapy treatments were host an AAHA Referees' Clini, administered during the month. In other business, it was earned the town will flush the lospital sewer line bi-monthly an effort to combat plugged ines. The contact with Weld- er's Supplies to supply oxygen vas renewed. Mrs. Moriyama and Mrs. Ron Sabo ars to attend a two-day 'ourse at the Calgary General hospital, a symposium on oper- ting room service and central ervice departments. Mrs. Holcek ami Mrs. Van- enbroeke are takihg a corrcs- ond e n c e course in dietary raining, sponsored by the outhern Alberta Institute of echnology. The board author- zed payment of for each ourse. Next meeting of the board is cheduled for October 13. Saturday and Sunday, October 24 and 25. The clinic is limited to the first 12 applicants and the cos will be approximately pel John Fletcher To Be Welcomed PINCHER CREEK (HNS) The Napi Friendship Associa- tion is planning a welcome home party Friday night al eight o'clock in the MD Build- ing for John Fletcher, son of Tom Bull Pen, who has been absent from the area for 2S years. Indian ceremonial dancing and music will be featured and Peigan Reserve residents are asked to wear native dress. ATTENTION! BEET FARMERS WE HAVE 1 ONLY! 1947 FORD T, TON Equipped with boot box and hoist, good tires, approxi- mately to miles on rebuilt motor. READY TO GO, ONLY 1718 3rd AVENUE S. COUNTRY NEWS These Are Thelettibtidge Herald Correspondents In Your Area MAGRATH MRS. MltDRED MARKER P.O. Box 97 MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUEUER------P.O. Box 329, Milk River MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER P.O. Box 6) NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON P.O. Box 314 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Gen. Dei. VAUXHAU MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. Box 239 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising a irjle book theory session and about two hours on the ice. Interested persons are asked to contact the Recreation Office at 627-1322 or Box 159, Pincher COLOR TV You Have To See If To See It! Now ONt control simultaneously adjusts con- trast, color level and brightness in proper balance fa provide the most pleasing picture for any light conditions in the room. 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