Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Passlwords Paul Zubick appointed ULAIJUIonK (CNT Bureau) Pnul K. tins bc-rn appointed .viipennlciidenl of school1; for Ihe Crowsncsl Pass school division. Mr. .Zubick hns 21 years of leaching experience in ele- menlary and school in- slrucLion. He has held dcparlmenl au- Ihovily in English, social stu- dies and counselling a.s as vice principal and principal- ships in bolh elementary and Coleiuuji school leaches listed COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The tentative slatting list, (or the Horace Allen Elementary School al Coleman has been drawn up and is as follows: Grade 3: Mrs. P. Thompson, "Mrs. R. Ilore.jsi; Grade 4, Mrs. J. Willoughhy, Grant Frier; Grade 5, Mrs. li. Woods, Mrs. I. Coovcr. Grade K: Mrs. V. Touroml, Mrs. L. Straathof; Grade 7; Mrs. E. Malanchuk, Mr. Ray Pills; Grade 8, Mrs. F. Boyd, T. (vice-principal I. Mrs. D.'sto.iak, librarian. I. Bos- ctli, industrial arts. Miss J. J. Snmanik. special education, Ti. Paul, principal, Mrs. K. Wright. The slaffing lisl for Ibc Cole- secondary schools. Mr. Zubick spent five jcars in Ontario ami in in B.C. where he was active in B.C. Teacher Federation affairs as officer of the prin- pals' association; liaison chair- man and salary cominitee chair- man. Burn in Kapuskasinp, Ont., Mr. Zubick is married with lives children. He is a member of the Rotary club, chamber of commerce, KnighLs of Coluir- bus and lamily and children's court. TAEIin (IliVS) James L. George will officially retire as principal of W II. Myers High School here on Monday, Aug. Hi, and will become a member nf Taiicr school division's ad- ministrative staff on that date. Mr. George is the division's superintendent of schools des- ignate, and having completed requirements for flic position by that date, will have lo awail ministerial approval before his appcint-nenl as superintendent of sel-ools is announced. Meanwhile, until the appoint- ment is completed, John Her- man will continue to serve the division as acting superinten- dent. Egglestoii Miss publishes composilioiis BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) Miss Anne Eggleston ol Ot- tawa has teen visiting at Uie home of her grandmother and uncle, Mrs. J. Ras.kcvich and Alex at Bellevue. Miss Eggleslon, a composer and pianist, is having two of her compositions published lliis fall by a London publisher. They arc: ''Five Lullabies of Eugene (or voice and piano, and a chamber music work, "Quartet, for Piano and Strings." Her compositions arc pcr- man Central Schcnl is as fol-1 formed at many concerts lows: Grade Miss Sudu-oilh Mrs. C. Howard, Grade 2. Mrs. M. Richards, Mrs. J. Tarcon. over Uie CBC which has pro- duced a recording of the Eu- gene Field work for distribu- tion abroad. Remedial reading wins Iricuds TABER (HNS) week lour- rcari- ing program conducted by Ta- ber School Division No. (i has been reported lo the beard as very successful by instructor Mrs. Audrey Krizsau of Earn- well. The course held from July 12 to Aug. 6 saw 32 students in the G r a d c s 1 lo S range en- rolled in four classes of cigbl pupils each. Tnslruclinn was given each class, on an in- Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) OPTlCAV-RftESCRIPTIDN CO "7lh SI 4 li'lhu'r tinxr 3f7 3B03 dividual hasis, [or one hour each forenoon on a five-day week basis. The instruction was mainly in Uie basic skills of reading, i L h Ihc use ol a Language Master caching machine winch comhined audio lape and visual participation by the students. Mrs, said this leaching, machine is very help- ful in assisting poor readers, and can be used lo advanlage self training programs. Louie Bembi opens store TABER first c x c 1 u s v e stationery store, Qiull Stationers, opened for business Thursday in premises on 53rd St. opposite the Royal Hotel, formerly occupied by Taber Junior Shop Louie Bcmbi, formerly photo- grapher wilh the Tabcr Times, is proprielor of lhe new busi- ness, wilh Mrs. Belly Edwards also en staff. The shop deals in such com- modities as office and school supplies, greeting cards, gifts, cameras and camera supplies. Slocks are complete for the pre-school rush, according to Mr. Bcmbi. Showered ivilh giits N'OBLEFORD (Special) A shower hoi.oring Miss Marion Vanden alk was held in lhe basemenl o[ the Chnslian Re- formed Church recently. Helping Miss Vandervalk at the gift table were Joan Vandervalk, sister of the bride, and Wilnia Williamson. Waterton camp NOBLEFORD Young people from lhe village and area, taking advantage of camping facilities al the Can- yon Church Camp al Waterloo Park, were Debbie Warmink, Barbara Siray. Gwen Luclua and Kevin Lucliia. School name wanted TAKER (HNS) Al its re- cent meeting, Tnber school di- vision Lruslees decided to seel; public opinion as to a name for (lie lien' open area school being constructed as a re- placement for the 1910 vinlage Ccnlral Elementary ficltool. Suggestions should lie made to the divisional office in the civic administration building. Monday, Augusl 9. 1971 THE LEIHBRIDCE HEPAID 3 'Perspective for aiJs lo hoard's OK TABEIt illNSi A i school al (i r a that a high school cuir.se Per- b'.'i'ii rchiM.d jspeclivc lor Living If) li'J division proved ff.r the Chamberlain] course li.inriirr.'ifls I his year firsl liinc. niny In1 in; Klir.or Mm al for Ilic Buy one program (or yourself! 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