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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ____ Saturday, November 13, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MARK ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Jenne Neiboer marked their 35th wedding anniversary Nov. 10. They were married in 1936 in the Noblcford Christian Reformed Church with Rev, John Mulder officiating. Son Bill Neiboer and daughter Dorothy of Vancouver were presen! for the occasion, other daughters and a son being in Australia, England and Toronto. Mrs. Neiboer is a patient' at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. By CA. I Children I1 couple KMIUST C li a m p i o n Scout Troop may well be proud of five members who recently were awarded their Gold Citi- ?cn s badges. Scmitc-rs and Jiivk Middli'Uw arc to be congnitiihiled for their training progrrim that brought I (s Jordan, (inuiL Hummel, I) mil Kills, Tim l-'alh. and MiiidlHon lo this point of lily set up a fine excellence I tie communi supper and an effective pre- sentation ceremony. T h e se young men will reoeJve a spe- cial certificate from the feder- al department of citizenship as a further honor. Welcome to the Hall of Honor, follows! Other signs of an ACTION CENTRE in and around Cham- pion was the winning of the Queen's A ward, successor to the Quern's Scout badge by Les Jordan, John David Kills, Tim Katli and Grant Hummel. This honor to Les Jordan was tfie FIRST to Champion Scouts and the same to the Lake McGregor district. Congratulations go to the Piutc Patrol for highest points over the past year. Five Wolf Cubs had (heir last Grand Howl and went up to Scouting. These include B. Johnson, D. Griffin, K. Granlin, R. Warren and R. Haller. The Champion branch of the Royal Canadian Legion are proud indeed to Insurance appraisal undertaken by board CLABESHOLM fHNS) I Trustee Frank Eden said the Trustees of the Willow Creek j towns needed the support of school division were told ot a! those who made their living in recent meeting that insurance I them. coverage on (he schools at j Trustee Gerald Loree felt the Slavelv was less than half the teacliers couldn't be forced to value I live an School any particular place. Superintendent Mac- Leod expressed doubt that a teacher could be dismissed if thev refused to live a certain estimated replacement of the buildings. Tire replacement value was eaid to be over S200.000. The board decided lo have an appraisal made and have the place. office investigate the extra I The board lias run up against cost. The hoard said it favored a snag in their effort to dispose giving their insurance business i of an old teacheragc in Nan ton. to agents located- in (lie same They had agreed to sell it to a towns as the schools. The trustees looked with dis- favor at teachers es- tablished their home in other (owns than the ones in which they were employed. One trus- tees favored having teachers sign a contract agreeing to live Xanton teacher at an agreed price but now they have dis- j covered that it is first ncces- Isary to have two independent appraisals made and then sell by tender after advertising. This long procedure is neces- sary to comply with the gov- in the town in which they j eminent regulations, teach. I Trustees want to sell be- There was sometimes a prob- fore "we are forced to pay out lem in stormy weather when money for large repair and teachers were absent renovation bills." 25tli anniversary marked ETZIKOM (HNSI Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lee of Etzikom celebrated their 251 h wedding i anniversary recently at the; Hoping Community Hall with relatives and friends from throughout the province. Among those present were the bridesmaid at the wedding, Mrs. Ross Geddes (nee Doro- thy Wudrick) of Medicine Hat and the best man, Mrs. Lee's brother Keith Conquerguod of Bow Island. -rl Tho board got into hot water with the teachers Jasl month when they made a ruling that the ATA could no longer hold their meetings in the Willow Creek Composite School. Secre- tary Ray Congdcm reported that the teachers were most unhappy. Mrs. While said the board had made the ruling be- cause it would be too much of a b u r d e n on Uie caretakers. Newly elected trustee Art Grant said "we should get out of it as gracefully as and Uie board promptly passed a motion to rescind the earlier motion. BigTaste TRADITION Rye Whisky Schonlry made it full-bodied and mellow. Yel smooth. You i. our U.irr.l niowmn C.iiudidii Rye Windy. jhiankyou. Upgrade schools for TABER (IKS) Under the Provincial Government's spe- cial renovalions program, Ihe Taber public school system has been granted for im- provements in several of the division's schools. A lolal of was grant- ed by the school buildings board, department of educa- lion, for the conversion of one classroom in the Chamberlain School at Lake inlo an administration centre consisl- uig of offices for Ihe principal, vice-principal and school sec- retary and general administra- tion, as well as a counselling area. ADDED An ao'ditional was add- ed for the expansion of the ex- isting library into the adjoining office area of the school At Dr. Kamman Elementary School, Taber, a total of will be received for conversion of two clssrooms into an ele- mentary science room and for conversion of parl of the same area into offices for school principals and general adniin- islration. The rvisling adminutral.ion area will he rcclassificd for counselling. The sclwol buildings board ruled oul any finaniial sup- porl for similar conversions at Ihe L. T. Westlake Elementary School here, since the six-room school had not qualified in size for a special science area. SC'FJiNClC AHIvX The Vauxhali Klemenlary i School will use (or con- j ersion of a classroom info a j science area. An additional i was granted for the con- of a square fool maximum gymnasium a! i the same school. The scltool hoard at re- mit Intel ing was concerned I hat, firslly, Ihe gymnasium had nol been built along wilh Ihe school three years ago, and secondly that a larger floor space was not allowed since the enrolment entitles the scliool lo l.-irgcr playing .surface. This mailer is hring further by Urn trustees. also proud of Hie effort. Out of the recent Hireling of Ihe District at I'iiichcr t'n'i'k comes word of progress according lo President walci'. -Scout Kxmilivc It. .Irtl- kens from Lctliln-idgc and His- li-icl Commissioner Tmn- lilay of U'atiTlon Lakrs were on hand as well as representa- livcs from Ulairmorn and Pin- clii'i1 CiTck. A training program is in the offing for all leaders with Scoulcr Jack Dyer and Com- missioner Tmnblay in charge. K. Knox of lilainnorc will as- sist. This year will see a Wolf Cub Pack in According lo Scoulcr Handles, IJliiirmorc has from 25 Cubs. In lhal centre the LDS church is anxious to form a Scout group. Pinchcr CU'ek itself has had good rcgislralions of Cubs and S'couts. Inclemenl weather c a miol keep Claresholm Culis at home when Cub investiture is held. Some If! New Chums look off Ihcir while scarves lo pul on Hie colors of Ihe Pack. Cub Scoulcr Thompson and assislanl Norman Cnlforlli ca- pably handled Ihe ceremony be- fore an audience of parents and friends. Good going, Claresholm I The grapevine tells us of a bang up night at Bow Island j for Cubs, Scouto and Parents. I The evenl was a registration i pot luck supper. M. Janzic was Ihe master of ceremonies. Mrs. .lean Cnllcr was presenled wilh a plaque from tie group commillce for eight years of pack leadership. Dislricl Com- missioner R. Peterson also pre- sented her with a scroll. An- olher recipient of a scroll was Donald Hatlnagy for 10 years as Scoutmaster. Mrs. .Alice Schaufelc received a 10 year pin from Mr. Prtcrson for her 10 years as the secretary-lrea- surer of Ihe Bow Island group. A lively short program and lalks aboul Ihe registralion money purposes and scouling brought a liappy occasion to an end. Please note thai Bow Is- land is looking for two leaders, one for the Iroop and one for Uie pack. Good going Bow Is- land! Scouts have long taken a prominent part on the nalion's list of honor. Recently at Otta- wa some 31 awards for gallan- try or exceptional service were presented by Governor-general Roland Michcner, Canada's Chief Seoul. One award, lhal of Ihe Gold Cross for gallanlry with special heroism and extra- ordinary risk, was presenled posthumously to Scout Paul Mraz 14, of London, Ont. The award was accepled by his father, Peter Mraz. Bronze Crosses went to Scout Rhett C. Bellmond and Aclinp P. L. Robert A. Konkin both of Salmo, B.C., for saving a boy at a Cub Camp. COUTTS (HNS) ihom recently with a i-alln of Coults, Mr. ancr iTTt'plion al Ihcir homo here. Jr.s. Frank Kodgers, celnbra'.-1 and Leah Kodgo married arv when Ihcir children honor- Child V.CTI' married al Slaveiy, Oct. 'i. IHL'1, fannnd there until lien, ir.sving I hen to lhr Cards- Inn district where I hey conlinu- cd in farm. They came hero in I DM where Frank helped his broth- or-in-kiw llavdock Smith run a dairy. After a year they left Contt.s and lived at Hartley and llill- sprinj; where Frank operated a proc'cry store. They returned lo Coutls in Ihe spring of 10-16 to Marl a grocery store. Thvy continued to run Ihe Border Grocery for 2o years, until Frank retired this year. Tlrv have three children and COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unil is sponsor-, ,ng the following infant and pre-school clinics: ENCHANT: Tuesday, Nov. 1C, in the school from 1 to :i p.m. IVey-enl for the occasion Iheir children, Wesl e y and Delia Hodgcrs, Joe and Czech, David and Patricia TABKH- Tuesday Nov. Hi. I'iepgrass and thai' families, in the Health Unit Office in the A 15" the Ad minis [ration Buildin from i bcok. During the aflcr- 10 am. lo 12 noon and to noon and evening scvcra1 4 p.m. TUK1N: the school p.m. fal numbers were rendered by Tuesday. Nov. 16, in i members of the family. from' to MR. and MRS. FRANK RODGERS Sonic old friends that had live! at Hartley at the same COALDALE: Tliursdav, Nov. time but have since moved to B, in Ihe Health Unit" Office (upslairs in Ihe Town Building) from 10 a.m. Moses Lake and Cold Lake Office! we.rc sin-prise visitors for this to 12'occasion. noon and to 4 p.m. j Other guests were TABER: Thursday, Nov. IB. i Sueetgrass, Devon and Kalis- in the Health Unit Office in the pel. Mont., and Brooks, Pinch- Administration Building, from i cr Creek, Cardston, Raymond. 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to i Milk llivcr and Coults district. 4 p.m. i_____________ HARD IE VIU -E: Friday.: Nov. 13. in the school from i? rollution. Fluoride tablets are available CARS aided by Catholics MAGRAT1I 'HNSi Saint Mrs. George Cnminger re- Jos h's Catholic .Women's i ported Raymond Cook Books from League collected 5130 for the are selling well. Canadian Arthritis and Rheu- matism Society. This report was made at the Mre. Triscli announced the Christmas party for members and their husbands will be a at all clinics free of charge. For social service appoint-j f tftf II f menls telephone: Coaldale 3383; Taber 221-3911. Dr. G. [I. C. Palmer, medical j officer of heaUli, urges parents November meeting held al Ihe Chinese Supper al the Shang home of John BrunnerjHai Dec. 4 with president Mrs. Dennis Mrs Anidl reported on Amdl in charge. A letter of ap- Parish Council meefinR In preciation was read. which a card party, dance and Plans were completed for UK j repairs to the church were dia- to ensure their children are fully protected against contag- ious disease. xpands N'ATAL (IKS) j gional districts in Citizens can serve at Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) Resi- dents of the town will be given the opportunity to indicate their willingness to assist in the operation of civic affairs. A list of committees and its purposes will be sent out to all citizens. People are requested to check the committee or board they would be interested in joining. From these suggestions the council mil decide its choice. Several new committees have been included. Other rc- B.C. have taken up the battle cry of the Regional District of Easl Koole- nay in pressing Uie provincial government for a right lo objccl lo applications for waste dis- posal pcrmils. Their response to a presen- tation of the RDEK at a recenl meeting of regional districts and provincial government offi- cials has prompted Tony Eeg- lon, KDEK director from Elk- ford, to "hope Uial word will go to the pollution conlrol branch lo take a more positive stand to our objections." The presentalion was made in Penliclon by RDEK adminis- trator Frank Bertoia and was based on recenl refusals by the pollution control director and the pollution conlrol board to consider objections lo a pollu- lion conlrol permil by the RDEK on the grounds that the Regional District of East Koote- fall bazaar to he held Nov. 13, Mil tlie Lion's Hall from la p.m Baked goods, cab- bage rolls, used books, novel- lies and religious items will be sold. Tea tables and a door are other features. Tombola prizes include a quilt, Christ- mas centrepiece, and two pounds of homemade choco- lates. cussed. A motion was passed to givs gifts to women at the AJberU Government Hospital, Ray- mond. Mrs. Helen Long will the children's Christmas party. After the meeting Rev. Cas- sidy presented slides on "bap- tism." Mrs June Mikado then demonstrated the art of candy- makinp. They are: recreation ad-, affau-s I nay has no proprietary inter- est. visory committee, civic committee and youth advisory. Persons may also name oth- er committees which they would wish to have established and make remarks on their points of concern. The RDEK had objected to a Approach. lo Remembrance Day MAGRATIl i IKS) An ap- proach to Remembrance was presented by Grades 5 and 6 at the Magrath Elementary School gymnasium More than 100 students par- ticipated in a chorus conducted by George Taylor Miss Nola Dahl recited "In Flanders Fields.'1 Robert Sackley of Cardston, student counsellor informed tile pupils about the two world wars and why Remembrance Day is observed. As a veteran, he ex- plained reasons for honoring those who fought and died that we might have freedom. "We should all hold high the torch of truth and peace bought with human he said. Mr. Sackley challenged stu- Services and read Hie names on the Cenotaph of those who sa- crificed "that we might, cele- brate and enjoy our peace and understanding." He then ad- monished them to love one an- other and be kind to all that we may enjoy the contentment they fought for. A choral reading was given by the students with Miss Mi- chele Robinson as soloist in "Why Wear a Th: with audience was the eoncludim thrilled "Glory Hymn" sung in three parts, and Scents in uniform added color. Peiisiou plaii sessions set The manager of the belli- bridge districl office of Ihe Can- ada "Pension Plan, J. C. (Fern) Bouchard, wishes to inform the residents of the following areas that R F. Viney will be in at- tendance at: NATAL Town Hall. Nov. 15 to a.m. FERME City hall, Nov. 15 1 to 3 p.m. I CRAXBROOK Room 101 Federal Building, Nov. a.m to p.m. KIMTiKRI.KY Union hall, 17 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. CRESTON Federal Agri- culture Building, Nov. 18, a.m. to .1 pm Anyone wishing to take ad- vantage of this service is cor- dially invited to do so. Mr. Vin- cy will answer queries on the Canada Pension Plan, the old stream of Elkford. but both the age security and the guaran- j pollution control branch direc- teed income supplement. I tor, W. Venables, and the pollu- lle will also provide assist- Lion control hoard, denied per- mission for the objection lo be heard in consideration of the applicalion. pollution control permit appli-j Remembrance calion by Fording Coal for a sewage disposal plant at the village of Elkford. H iook the position that it rep- resented people with a proprie- tary interest and people with water rights licenses down- FROM JAPAN A total of 173.9% visitors from Japan visited Taiwan during the first eight months o( 1971. ance in Ihe filing of applica- tions to those who are now or will soon be qualified for the above-noled benefits. Tho applicalion was subse- quently denied. CANYON CHURCH CAMP ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14th AT 2 P.M. IN THE McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH 2329 15th Avenue South, Lethbridge Aft INTERESTED PERSONS WELCOME These Are The LetJtbtidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHAtl MRS. PAT POWERS STIRfING RUTH ZAUGG TABER ROSS G1BB P.O. Cox 239 General P.O. Box 2187 TYRREtl'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMUNG P.O. Box 17, Wrentham WARNER MRS. 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