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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta g THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wedntiday, November 15, 1972 Standard school year wanted by County 40-Mile FOREMOST (Speciall dntes. Parents are oflcn unsure Band concert (HXSI Four The County of Forty Mile! of whether an announcement school commilfee has expressed affects their children or not. concern over [he variation in school starting dates and holi- days among ihi? many school dinsions in southern Alberta. I The problem has betn dis- rfi bands under Ihe H d ulm ership of Bob Dick ,ill lion in lhi> regard il is em-! 'hdr jmnual fall concert at .1 pmvered lo do under the terms of Ibo School Act. The resolution was passed ard presented to the Zone G C-oulhern Alborla) meeling of TABER (HNS) Two condi- tions were recently laid down by the Taber MD council for the municipality to participate in a p-oposed regional indus- trial development commission. The first pivrcq lisile is that the Town of Vauxhall indicate ip'n" inlcnlim lo in Uie Vauxhall must join ID area or Taber MD not interested tlii; school trustees association. It calls on all boards in Zone 6 to form a school year commit- tee lo arrive at a common school year for the boards concerned and to work towards a common school year through- out the province of Alberta. The board believes that the present system creates many educational problems. A further consideration is the confusion caused by news me- dia releases concerning school school gym. The band executive comprises Peter Modderman. Brenda San- der, Sandy Wilford. Mark Paw- ers, Maurice Forchuk and Sha- non Thompson. Ilircc way commission along with Ihe MD and the Town of Tabcr. Secondly, Ihe MD council went on record as being willing i to participate in the financial A varied program is planned, support of the commission on Iho basis of one-third of its equalized assessment RELIGfOUS BILL ANKARA, Turkey (AP) A Turkish senator introduced a bill making it an offence to in- sult Allah, holy men, holy books or holy relics. He said commu- nism, Zionism, and Christian imperialism are trying to attack the Islamic religion. faasis of equalized assessments mutually benefit residents of both the rural and urban com- munities. An exploratory meeting held Oct. ID, attended by representa- tives of the three bodies, set up plans for a second meeting Nov. 22. A proposed budget and division of financial participa- tion was referred (o Tabor's in- dustrial co-ordinator Ross Gibb. The budget called for expen- ditiires in 1973 of to be cent and Tabor MD subscribed by the contributing I 30.1 per cent alt fig- municipal governments on the ures rounded. for the towns and hah" equalized assessment for the MB. The result was that Taber would pay 50 per cent Vauxhall would pay 10 per cent and Ihn MD would pay 411 per cent (SG.OOtll. Under the condition set down by the MD council, the propor- tions become. Taber 58.2 per cent Vauxhall 11.7 per The proposal for an area de- velopment commission has I been under consideration for a couple of years, sparked by the Taber industrial development committee. Being an agricul- turally oriented district, it was felt that any agri-industrial de- i velopment in the district would You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Scotland by White H Taber pee wees skale their way to California way TABER (HNS) Taber's finest pee wee hockey players will be playing a second return engagement with southern Cali- fornia teams when they partici- pate in a minor hockey tourna- ment in West Covina, Calif., over the Ctrislmas holidays. The local Pee Wee Reps, se- lected from four of tht 11 and 12 age group teams comprising some 60 players, will be accom- panied to southern climes leav- ing Calgary via Western Air Lines on Christmas Day. The return from Los Angeles will be on Wednesday, Jan. .1. The only objection voiced by the boys Is the fact that they Last Christmas Joe Orban ac- companied the local bantam team to Burbank for the year- end tournament, and during the past two Easter weekend holidays, teams from West Covina and Burbank have par- ticipated in the pee wee tour- ney here. Minor hockey in Taber Is at Ihe height of its activity at the present time, with more than 260 boys in uniform playing in 17 teams in four age groups. Pee wee team members and parents are now engaged in fund raising projects to assist in financing the trip to the summer winter wonderland will be one day late for school j which is Southern California, when they arrive back home. During their stay, the 15-man team (and some are, in size) will play eight games in a round-robin series, and one ol their games will be played a( the home arena of the Los An- geles Kings. Time will be taken dor ing the California visit to spend a day a' Disneyland, and they will also witness the Rose Bowl parade at Pasadena Jan. 1. A public service for bachelors A long time ago, Peoples Jewellers dedicated tKe Certified Perfect diamond rings as a public service for single girls who didn't want to be. It caught on very well. So well, in fact, that some bachelors com- plained. A Peoples Jewellers' Certified Perfect diamond had become the only way to say "I love you" and convince a girl you meant it. And, frankly, some of our bachelors were cowards. So, as a public service for single men, Peoples Jewellers announces the "I AM LOVED" button. It's not a substitute for Certified Perfect diamonds. It's a staller. Just stop in any Peoples Jewellers store, and we'll be happy to give you one. And while you're there, look over our Certified Perfect diamond rings. (The "I AM LOVED" button only works for about a Centre VillagcMall, 2nd Avc. 13th St. N. 327-1303 Mobile homes SPARWOOD (HNS) The boards planning facilities have been offered to the East Koot- enay Medical Health officer in deciding on applications for mo- bile home parks. "Some mobile home parks look like the devil Ts that all v.e can asked Mayor Hor- ace Keyes of Elkford. It was explained that respon- sibility for approving mobile home parks rests with the medical health officer, who has not had any planning advice until now. "I certainly agree there should be some concern said Mayor Vernon Uphill of Fernie New curling club formed NATAL (HNS) About 36 curlers recently formed a new curling club, ratified the fee structure, and were informed about league and rink opera- lions for the coming season. Early In the meeting, the members and executive of the men's and women's curling clubs voted unanimously to abo- lish themselves and offer their respective assets and liabilities to the recently elected execu- tive of the Sparwood Curling Club. The transfer of these powers and finances became, in ef- fect, formal recognition of ttie Sparwood Curling Club, which will oversee all league and rink operations for the coining sea- son. The curlers decided to expand the executive to include Bill Watson as chairman for the mixed league, Greg Pruden as chairman for the men's league, and Frank Mitchell as bonspiel chairman: In a unanimous vote, curlers set the season's curling fees at per parson. This fee entitles the curler to participate In every league as well as giving all curlers automatic member- ship in the B.C. Curling Asso- ciation. Student quarters for Indians under study by WC trustees Lions gather COUTTS (HNS) The Coults- Swwtgrass Lions Club recently held its 38th anniversary charter and district governor night at the Coutts Civic Centre with dis- trict governor Ken Gilbert as guest of honor. Lion Gus Collidge was toast- master and master of cere- monies. The evening opened with a banquet with the invocation given by Lion Otto Kiehlbauch. Lion president Harold Ander- son gave the opening remarks and introduced t o a s tmasters Merlin Henrie, Don Behrens and Jim Robinson. Gwen Robinson gave the response. Lions and guesls and visiting clubs were introduced. Miss-Marianne Trenkcr pro- vided accordian entertainment. Two new members, Merlin Henrie and Cecil Williams, were installed. CLAIIESHOLM (HNS) Willow Creek school division trustees turned down a request by a Nanton teacher for a field trip to the Columbia Ice Fields this fall. They felt the weather was nol to lie trusted at this time of year in mountainous country. Trustees also turned down a request by a woman fo" Hie uso of an empty room lo teach kimlcrgai'rlen. The problem of finding living accommodation for native stu- dents was also discussed and one suggestion was to use va- cant former municipal hospital build ings at Claresholm. No motion was made as further study is to be made. Trustees were told (here were 33 new native (Indian) students attending schools in Fort Mac- leod and a motion was passed to hire another teacher for the G. R. Davis School. Smorgasbord held ETZIKOM (HNS) The El- zikom Sunshine Circle held il.i annual smorgasbord supper, fish pond and bake sale in lira Elzikom school recently. It was followed by the first card snd badminton games of the season. Winner of Ihe quilted bed- spread was Mrs. Melvin (Glad- ys) Sackman of Medicine Hat. 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