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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Taber chamber wins backing TABLP. (HNS) A sreaier Involvement of the general membership ir Ihe of the Taber Chamber of Com- merce was ir.dicated at a re- cent ineeLLng of the board of di- rectors. Monthly general Hirelings were proposed. A consensus of the directors favored adapting cr.e of the semi-monthly council ir.eeiings fur the membership. of concern could te aired. Nor- mally, all meetings ;'ne hoard L'e open to the membership. To start the program, the roon luncheon Jan. lo will be advertised for tre gen- eral The discussion concern the lime of such meetings. It will be held at the Tiber Cafe. Meanwhile, with 1973 mem- bership supplies on har.d. mem- bership arid fLnarre chairman Russell Bradley ar.ri his se'.eci committee proposes an early membership d.-ue which will publiciz; the Jan. 13 It is the of the corii- nittre. said Mr. Bradley, that the campaign be completed early in tr.e year. The chamber's annual ban- quet. to be associated with the 1 annual sugar festival Feb. 15. I 16 and 17, will be held Friday evening Feb. 16 and will tea-: tare the crowning of the 1973j sugar queen and a guest speak- j er. Dinner arrangements are j der the direction of a committee i hesded by Lee Mills. j The chamber agreed to pro-'. vide entertainment for curlers meeting here during the first: weekend of February in a play-: down bonspiel. The chamber will also pro- mote a satellite station at Tab- Transferred j i BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) William Kundert, manager of: the Royal Bank oi Canada here has been transferred to an Ed- r-.onton branch. M-s. Kundert and family will j leave the Pass at lie end oi January to join V.r. Kundert. W. Ireland of Edmonton has been appointed to replace Mr. Kundert with duties to com-: i raence in early January. NOTICE OF CHANGE! CLINIC PICTURE BUTTE, ALBERTA Office Phones effective January 3rd, 1973 DR. V. E. CRAPNEU Phone 32-4542 DR. J. H. TAKAHASHI Phone 732-4379 Tueidoy, January 2, 1973 THE IFTHBP.iDGE HERALD 3 POT-LUCK By D'ARCY WCKAM) sure arc pullJn; for you people to go over the amount reeded'in the fand lo ship the barley to Korea. God you. Dr. Hllschmanova. mom this letter as I'm only 7k and ]iiy brother is "Bui she reads us ail aboul .the fund every night, so that we know how close you're coming to reach the amount needed. "We are sure you will reach the required amount. "Wishing the fund every success." Thanks a million, you wonderful Elk River kids. Don't let those Korean kids down! Send your donation today! Write Helping Handful. Lcthbridge Herald. We need your help! Here's a letter from Mildred Batty: Dear Sirs, Just a little to help out In this wonderful pro- iect. Surelv hope you reach your goal soon." Mrs. Emily White and Lou of Jaffray, B.C., write, "Dear Sirs. Please find enclosed money order for ?5 to help send barley to the Korean children. "Seems a shame there are starving children ir. the world when we live in a world of plenty. "I wish I could afford to buy a carload of barley myself for these poor helpless children. But a pen- Emil Sapinsky wins post Zeke shows tricks By golly, look what the mail brings today! A very nice letter "from Dwaine and Bradley Fraser of Elk Valley, B.C. These little guys are only 7'z and years old. Now, I suppose that's old compared lo a baby, but compared to Methuselah, aged 930 or there- abouts, that's mighty young. Anyways, here's what Dwaine and Bradley wrote, not to Pot-Luck, no no. but to Dr. Lolta Hitsehmanova and The Herald'j Helping Hendful of Barley Fund for the little Korean flood victims. brother Bradley and myself would like to give this dollar in help for the Korean children. "We say our prayers every night and also include extra prayers for ail the poor helpless children all over the world. "We are sure grateful God gave us all we have and so we would like to try and share our good luck with those poor, unfortunate kids. BLAIRMORE fCNP Bureau) Emil Sapinsky of High Hiver has been appointed secretary- treasurer of the Crowsnest Pass school division replacing Jolm Albizzati who has accent- ed emniovmeBt at Phillips Ca- !bler Ltd. Schools in i h e dhision will reopen Wednesday, Jan. 3. i The board has agreed to meet j 3 lo discuss its impressions during the series of meetings held recently with school divi- sion staffs. Approval was given to ap- pointment of an aodiuonal I Grade teacher for Ihe Horace Alien School lo be effective Jan. Trustees rendered voluntary! i recognition to bus d r i v e r s to join the Canadian Union of Pub- lie Employees. 1 Approval to purchase addi- tional audio visual and electron- ics equipment was given. ILK, Ford overcomes '71 setback i LONDON 'AP' Ford jio'.or Co.'s B-i-iM rail achieved record sales and r.Tod'jcucr. this hick in -rfie- ihe Eri'.ish operation reccrced its iirs: !in 39 years, the company said Thursday. Ford ihe 137: of.- puv o: ils plarits c4r'.- fwi EuUt. 144 cQrri-TierdiJ vehicles arid 63.00" tractors. !n j 1571. when Ford's Eriiish plsnis were shut io: rir.e weeks by 2 strlie. EU'.O production toUHed 121.250 com- mercial vehicles aad --.655 tractors. Flag pole missed CLARESHOLM Canadian flag at haif- ir.asi at the Posi Oifice, Willow Creek Composite High School. f-A the Claresholm Care Cen- i.-e ia honor